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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 7, Special Issue 2 (2018)

Effect of anaerobic condition on germination and seedling growth in different rice cultivars

Author(s):

Yashwant Singh, AK Singh, Nitish Sharma and Nikita Nehal

Abstract:
Present investigation was conducted to find out “Effect of anaerobic condition on germination and seedling growth in different rice cultivars”. The experiment was laid out in complete randomized design in artificially constructed submergence ponds/field (Control condition) with twenty rice varieties <em>i.e. </em>NDR-9503, NDR-8555, NDR-8820, NDR-8610, NDR-8588, NDR-9516, NDR-8602, NDR-9453, NDR-9460, NDR-9521, NDR-8532, NDR-8016, NDR-9479, NDR-9930112, NDR-8846-2, NDR-8522-2, NDR-9467, IR-64, NDR-9930111, NDR-9730018 at the experimental site of the department of crop physiology, Narendra Deva University of Agriculture and technology, Kumarganj, Faizabad (UP) during wet season 2014. Experiment comprised of 1) Normal condition 2) Anaerobic condition set. Under normal condition seeds are allowed to germinate in petri dish and various morphological traits were measured periodically. The salient findings of the present investigation are given below. Tolerant rice genotypes like NDR-9930111, NDR-9930112, NDR-8610, NDR-8522-2, NDR-9453, NDR 9479, NDR 8532, NDR-9521, NDR-9460, NDR-9516 had higher germination and seedling growth as compared to intolerant genotype such as NDR-9503, NDR-8555, NDR-8820, NDR-8588, NDR-8602, NDR-8016, NDR-9467, IR-64 under anaerobic condition

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How to cite this article:
Yashwant Singh, AK Singh, Nitish Sharma and Nikita Nehal. Effect of anaerobic condition on germination and seedling growth in different rice cultivars. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2018;7(2S):166-168.

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