1 edition of Chlorosis in sugarcane found in the catalog.
Chlorosis in sugarcane
Ashok K. Shrivastava
With reference to India.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 106-118).
|Statement||A.K. Shrivastava ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Indian Institute of Sugarcane Research|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||118 p. :|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||2010317798|
Chlorosis in sugarcane plantlets. Visual symptoms of chlorosis in sugarcane plantlets resemble those of Fe deficiency. The incidence of chlorosis differed distinctly between planted cane sugarcane plantlets and ratoon plantlets. Ratoon plantlets clearly showed chlorosis symptoms. On the contrary, planted sugarcane did not exhibit chlorosis by: Apache/ (Ubuntu) Server at Port Missing: Chlorosis.
Free shipping for non-business customers when ordering books at De Gruyter Online. Book Book Series. Previous chapter. Next chapter. THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF CHLOROSIS. $ / 30,00 € / £ Get Access to Full Text. Citation Information. THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF CHLOROSIS (). In A Report on the Sugar Cane Mosaic Situation in. Leaf Chlorosis, Early Bud Sprouting, Sugarcane Grassy Shoot Phytoplasma: Unsure causal agent diseases. Ramu stunt disease, a disease widespread throughout Papua New Guinea, Diseases in Sugarcane, Sugarcane Handbook, University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural SciencesGumming disease: Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. .
Scalding and chlorosis of sugarcane leaves. J.C. Autrey/MSIRI Symptoms on sugarcane: In the chronic phase of infection, a typical white pencil-line stripe ( mm wide) runs from several centimetres to almost the entire length of the leaf; the sharp margins of the stripe may become diffuse and a red pencil line may be formed in the middle of. sugarcane grown on calcareous soil. J. Indian Soc. Soil Sci. Saroha, M.S. and Singh, H.G Interrelationship between iron and sulphur in prevention of chlorosis in sugarcane on calcareous soil. Indian Satisha, G.C, Krishnappa, m and Srikanth,K Influence of sulphur on yield and quality of Size: KB.
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Chlorosis (Web report of VSI, Pune). Waraitch and Kanwar () reported firstly in sugarcane clone from North India in the state of Punjab. They observed the symptom of banded chlorosis on a sugarcane clone S/70 due to severity of low temperature (minimum C).
None of. The extensive bibliography, and the plates (some in colour) showing mosaic and certain, other types of chlorosis in sugar-cane and maize, are useful features of the book. Lime-induced chlorosis is a potential problem on most calcareous soils particularly in arid and semi-arid climates affecting most of the plants grown on by: 5.
In sugarcane, chimeras are seen as white stripes in leaves. The stripes are straight, clearly defined and run to the tip of the leaf blade. Yield is seldom affected. Interveinal Chlorosis (physiological – iron deficiency): Iron deficiency is seen on young leaves.
There is an interveinal chlorosis (i.e. alternating light and dark green stripes on leaves). A field experiment was conducted to evaluate the resistance and susceptibility of twenty-four sugarcane varieties to iron chlorosis in an iron deficient soil (Typic Haplustert).
Marked differences were observed among the investigated varieties in respect of their sensitivity to Fe by: 1. Book Condition: Very Good++; Hardcover; Close to new condition; Covers are still glossy with "straight" edge-corners; Unblemished textblock edges; The endpapers and all text pages are bright and unmarked; Binding is tight with a straight spine; This book will be stored and delivered in a sturdy cardboard box with foam padding; Medium-Large Format (Quatro, " - " Price: $ Sugarcane white leaf Nutritional, Environmental and Chemical Disorders of Sugarcane.
Frost damage 31 Ratoon chlorosis (iron deficiency) 32 Banded chlorosis 32 Mite/Aphid injury 33 Sooty mould 33 Lightning damage 34 Hail damage 34. Sugarcane is one of the important commercial led industrial crop in India.
It has contributed signi cantly to the growth of Indian Agriculture and National GrossFile Size: 2MB. Symptoms of iron deficiency (interveinal chlorosis) are very similar to those of SCGS. It shows creamy leaves, but nochlorosis occurs in leaf veins, and they remain green.
Iron deficiency (interveinal chlorosis) Grassy shoot of Sugarcane. SOILS, PLANT GROWTH AND CROP PRODUCTION – - Growth and Production of Sugarcane - Willy Verheye ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) industry varies between production areas.
In Louisiana individual owners produce cane for the local mills, and farms range from to ha in size. In Florida, most of theFile Size: KB. A consistent soil testing program is a valuable best management practice (BMP) that allows sugarcane growers to make sound economic fertilization decisions.
However, soil testing in Florida has two limitations. First, soil tests are either not available or are not calibrated for nitrogen and micronutrients. Interveinal chlorosis occurs from.
Chlorosis of emerging leaves of sugarcane plants invaded by Xanthomonas albilineans results from blocked chloroplast differentiation, apparently caused by a phytotoxin. Chlorosis inducing isolates of X. albilineans produce a family of antimicrobial compounds, including albicidin which inhibits prokaryote DNA by: This study was conducted to determine which soil properties are dominant in causing iron chlorosis in sugarcane.
Fifty one sugarcane fields growing sugarcane crop were selected comprising 25 fields with chlorotic sugarcane crop and 26 fields without any sign of chlorosis (non-chlorotic). The properties of soils from chlorotic and non-chlorotic sugarcane fields were Author: V.
Kumbhar, R. Somawanshi. Streptomycin-induced chlorosis was similar in appearance to chlorosis in uninvaded leaves of leaf scald diseased sugarcane. Ethidium bromide caused necrosis and very limited chlorosis around injection sites at 1 mg ml - ' and no effect at 0.
1 mg mlCited by: Sugarcane: Agricultural Production, Bioenergy and Ethanol. explores this vital source for "green" biofuel from the breeding and care of the plant all the way through to its effective and efficient transformation into bioenergy.
The book explores sugarcane's 40 year history as a fuel for cars, along with its impressive leaps in production and productivity that have created a robust global. In botany, chlorosis is a condition in which leaves produce insufficient chlorophyll.
As chlorophyll is responsible for the green color of leaves, chlorotic leaves are pale, yellow, or yellow-white. The affected plant has little or no ability to manufacture carbohydrates through photosynthesis and may die unless the cause of its chlorophyll insufficiency is treated and this may lead to a plant diseases called rusts, although some chlorotic.
A stunting effect and chlorosis of young leaves were observed in weeks on B deficient plants. Interveinal chlorotic streaking, becoming necrotic in the centre and spreading to the margins of the young blades, occurred within weeks and by the 10th week the spindle had become severely distorted and died.
Stalks of deficient plants remained thin and root development was by: 2. BoronThe symptoms of B deficiency appear on young leaves of sugarcane.
Apical meristem may or may not remain re leaves have varying degrees of chlorosis, but they do not wilt. BoronBoron-deficient plants have distorted leaves, particularly along the leaf margins on immature leaves. Chlorosis: general yellowing of the plant tissue; lack of chlorophyll. Generalized: symptoms not limited to one area of a plant, but rather spread over the entire plant.
Immobile nutrient: not able to be moved from one part of the plant to another. Interveinal Chlorosis: yellowing in between leaf veins, yet veins remain green. Sugarcane is a tall growing monocotyledonous crop that is cultivated in the tropical and subtropical regions of the world, primarily for its ability to store high concentrations of sucrose, or sugar, in the stem.
Modern sugarcane cultivars that are cultivated for sugarFile Size: 1MB. Sugarcane diseases 1. Sugar Crop diseases Syed Zahid Hasan 2. Red rot of sugarcane CO: Colletotrichum falcatum Red rot is one of the oldest known diseases of sugarcane It occurs in most cane-growing countries Complete loss to cane production in case of severe epidemic condition It continues to be a threat in certain subtropical countries.Effect of ferrous sulphate on sugarcane varieties grown in iron deficient soil Article in Sugar Tech 4(1) June with Reads How we measure 'reads'.A study was carried out on the first ratoon of sugarcane Saccharum spp.
hybrids, ( ) exhibiting chlorosis under subtropical conditions to know the accumulation and translocation of.