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Comparative growth analysis of jute varieties corchorus capsularis l. and corchorus olitorius l



Comparative growth analysis of jute varieties corchorus capsularis l. and corchorus olitorius l



Bangladesh Journal of Botany 19(1): 33-40



Growth curves on dry matter accumulation and distribution in Corchorus capsularis (Var. D-154, CVL-1, CVE-3, CC-45 and Dhabdhabey) and in C. olitorius (Var. 0-4, 0-9897 and Chaitali) have been constructed. The dry matter accumulation was exponential upto 60 days in all the varieties which declined thereafter and continued at a lower rate. The bark formation reached about 25% of the total dry weight by 60-75 days in most of the varieties and maintained a slow increase in rate during the remaining growing period. The stick development received the major portion of the metabolite produced during the growing period after 45 days. RGR [relative growth rate], NAR [net assimilation rate], LAR [leaf area ratio], and RLGR [relative leaf growth rate], in all cultivars were highest at their early stages of growth and then declined with the advancement of age. RGR maintained a very high positive correlation with NAR while it had negative correlation with LAR. NAR and LAR had negative correlation as well. The results show low physiological variability among varieties except in 0-9897 which showed a higher RGR trend supported by its higher LAR values in the mid-growing period.

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