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Effect of different incidence levels of Bipolaris oryzae in rice seeds on physiological aspects, seed-seedling transmission and production



Effect of different incidence levels of Bipolaris oryzae in rice seeds on physiological aspects, seed-seedling transmission and production



Summa Phytopathologica 28(4): 336-340



B. oryzae is a common rice seed pathogen, causing yield reduction and seedling blight or weakening of the seedlings. 'IAC 103' rice seeds with different incidence levels of B. oryzae (4.0; 6.5; 21.0; 48.0 and 64.5%) were obtained by artificial inoculations and evaluated on the following aspects: physiological quality, seed-seedling transmission and production parameters. Seed germination reached the highest level at the lowest incidence.

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