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Vol. 6, Issue 12 (2017)

Mycorrhizal association with relationship of tomato in Aird and semi-arid zone of Rajasthan

Author(s):
Rakesh Pipralia and Anil Vyas
Abstract:
Tomato is scientifically known as Lycopersicon esculentum which belongs to family Solanaceae. It is most cultivated in the region of desert soil, which is deficient in its nutrients value. The present study describe the field survey report of various abiotic factor associated with the most cultivated region of crop and will be useful to evaluates its dependency and adaptations to them either as synergistically or mitigating, like Mycorrhizae play a critical role in nutrient capture from soils. AM fungi are the most important mycorrhizae in the agricultural and natural ecosystem as well-developed mycorrhizal symbiosis may enhance the survival of plants in polluted areas by better nutrient acquisition, water relations, pathogenic resistence, phytohormone productions where this not only benefits Tomato but in retunrs it also get benefited since The bidirectional exchange of nutrients is the basis of the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis.
Pages: 93-95  |  567 Views  23 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Rakesh Pipralia and Anil Vyas. Mycorrhizal association with relationship of tomato in Aird and semi-arid zone of Rajasthan. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2017; 6(12): 93-95.
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