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General Concepts of Plant Pathology

General Concepts Of Plant Pathology Plant pathology:- Plant pathology (also phytopathology) is the scientific study of diseases in plants caused by pathogens (infectious organisms) and environmental conditions (physiological factors) Objectives of Plant Pathology:- It deals with the cause, etiology, resulting losses and control or management of the plant diseases. The objectives of the Plant Pathology are the …

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The Green Revolution

The Green Revolution

The Green Revolution 1. Introduction It is fair to say that one of the most important events in Pakistan’s agricultural history with extensive e repercussions on other sectors has been the process called the Green Revolution. The technology package associated with it generated major changes in the economic, social and …

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Inbreeding

Inbreeding

Inbreeding What is Inbreeding: Inbreeding is when closely related individuals continuously mate to produce offsprings within a small community which in turn is a part of a large population. In humans the inbreeding might be occurring due to either cultural, religious or ethnic reasons and other times mainly just due …

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Modeling of Bacterial Leaf Blight Disease Assessment and Yield Losses of Rice

MONITORING, MAPPING, AND SPATIAL – MODELING OF BACTERIAL LEAF BLIGHT DISEASE ASSESSMENT AND YIELD LOSSES OF RICE TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION                                                                                                    1 OBJECTIVES                                                                                                          3 REVIEW OF LITERATURE                                                                                4 SIGNIFICANCE OF STUDY                                                                                8 MATERIALS AND METHODS                                                                            9 PLAN OF WORK                                                                                                    13 LITERATURE SITED                                                                                            14 …

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What is Heterosis

Heterosis

HETEROSIS 1.1 Meaning of Heterosis: When two homozygous individuals inbreeds (a true breeding line obtained by continuous inbreeding) genetically unlike constituents are crossed together, the resulting hybrids obtained from the crossed seeds are usually robust, vigorous, productive and taller than the either parents. Heterosis Definition: This increased productivity or superiority …

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PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF TOMATO UNDER PROTECTIVE HORTICULTURE

PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF TOMATO UNDER PROTECTIVE HORTICULTURE

PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF TOMATO UNDER PROTECTIVE HORTICULTURE Greenhouse cultivation of vegetables offers distinct advantages of quality, productivity and favorable market prices to the growers. Vegetable growers can substantially increase their income by greenhouse cultivation of vegetables in off season as the vegetables produced in the normal season generally do not …

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