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Dry matter accumulation and partitioning in chickpea under two moisture regimes


Dry matter accumulation and partitioning in chickpea under two moisture regimes



Madras Agricultural Journal 88(7/9): 484-486



A field experiment was conducted during rabi 1994, in Raipur, Madhya Pradesh, India, to study the dry matter production and partitioning in chickpea genotypes (ICC-4958, ICCV-2 and K-850) under different moisture conditions (with and without irrigation). The partitioning of dry matter into reproductive structures just after flowering was relatively lower in non-stress than in stress conditions. Both genotypes ICC-4958 and K-850 exhibited similar patterns of dry matter partitioning.

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