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Vol. 11, Issue 2 (2022)

Role of biochemical constituents in fruit rot of chilli

Author(s):
Sunil Kumar Pipliwal and SL Godara
Abstract:
Anthracnose of chilli is a serious disease affecting fruit yield and quality of fruit. India is the world leader in chilli production followed by China, Thailand and Pakistan. The experiment was conducted at department of plant pathology, college of agriculture, Bikaner and find out effect of biochemical constituents in fruit rot of chilli. The experiment was conducted under controlled conditions applying CRD design and all the treatments were replicated thrice. Diseased fruits of resistant variety Pusa Sadabahar, moderate resistant (Mathaniya) and susceptible (Pusa Jawala) varieties showed more phenols content compared to phenols in healthy fruits. Maximum total sugars and non-reducing sugars content were increased in anthracnose infected fruits of susceptible variety followed by moderate resistant and resistant variety. Reducing sugar and total protein content were decreased in anthracnose infected fruits of susceptible variety followed by moderate resistant and resistant variety.
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How to cite this article:
Sunil Kumar Pipliwal, SL Godara. Role of biochemical constituents in fruit rot of chilli. Pharma Innovation 2022;11(2):1989-1994.

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