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Genetic differences for susceptibility of chickpea to bruchid beetle (Callosobruchus chinensis L.) attack



Genetic differences for susceptibility of chickpea to bruchid beetle (Callosobruchus chinensis L.) attack



Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research 36(2-3): 96-98



Seeds of 39 varieties infested with C. chinensis were evaluated for number of damaged seeds, number of holes, seed surface texture and seed coat thickness. Varieties with a rough, hard, wrinkled and thick seed coat showed less seed damage and number of holes and were therefore more resistant than varieties with small, soft and thin seed coats.

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