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Botany (Plant Science)

Studies on Seed Mycoflora 0f Different Seed Categories of Pea (Pisum sativum L.)

Imtiyaz Ahmad wani
Research scholar M.V.M College Bhopal
Khursheed alum
Assistant professor M.V.M College Bhopal
Bharty kumar
Assistant professor M.V.M College Bhopal
S.D singh
Assistant professor M.V.M College Bhopal
Sujata Ganguly
Professor Raja Bhoj Govt College Mandideep Bhopal
Online First: February 13, 2018
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Abstract

The present investigation was carried out to study seed mycoflora of pea (Pisum sativum L.) seeds categorized as bold, shriveled and discoloured. Total of fifteen fungi were recorded from all categories of the test seeds. Among all categories of seeds, discoloured seeds of pea (Pisium sativum L.) showed maximum seed mycoflora.

Keyword : Pea, mycoflora, seed samples

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References 1. Shakuntala Manay, N. and M. Shadaksharaswamy1987: Foods: Facts and principals, Wiley eastern limited 2. Neergard, Paul 1977: Seed pathology John Villy and sons, N.Y. I, 3. Subramanian C.V 1971. Hypomycetes: An account of Indian species, Except Cercospora, ICAR, New Delhi, 930 4. Neergaard P. and S.B. Mathur 1980: University teaching of seed pathology, published by Prasaranga, University of Mysore, India. 5. Jha D.K 1993. A text book of seed pathology. Vikas publishing house pvt. Ltd. New Delhi, (reprint 1995, 132) 6. Mukadam, D.S1997: The illustrated kingdom of fungi (some selected genera). Published by Akshar Ganga prakashan, Aurangabad, India
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1. Shakuntala Manay, N. and M. Shadaksharaswamy1987: Foods: Facts and principals, Wiley eastern limited
2. Neergard, Paul 1977: Seed pathology John Villy and sons, N.Y. I,
3. Subramanian C.V 1971. Hypomycetes: An account of Indian species, Except Cercospora, ICAR, New Delhi, 930
4. Neergaard P. and S.B. Mathur 1980: University teaching of seed pathology, published by Prasaranga, University of Mysore, India.
5. Jha D.K 1993. A text book of seed pathology. Vikas publishing house pvt. Ltd. New Delhi, (reprint 1995, 132)
6. Mukadam, D.S1997: The illustrated kingdom of fungi (some selected genera). Published by Akshar Ganga prakashan, Aurangabad, India
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