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Articles by Kousar Makeen
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  Kousar Makeen , G. Suresh Babu , G.R. Lavanya and Grard Abraham
  Extraction, estimation and determination of different pigments from black gram leaves by different methods have been evaluated. The main pigments are chlorophyll a, b and phaeophytin content are studied at different wave lengths. Several methods are used for this purpose but a simple and easy incubation method dispensing grinding and centrifugation procedures is described. The recovery of chlorophyll pigments by incubation method in which tender leaf tissue in 80% buffered acetone at 4°C give higher yield of pigments compared to other methods. The use of acetone to extract chlorophyll by incubation is found to be superior to methods in extraction of pigments.
  Kousar Makeen , Garard Abrahim , Arif Jan and Archana K. Singh
  Twenty diverse mungbean (Vigna radiata L. Wilkeezek) genotypes were evaluated for the estimation of genetic variability, heritability, genetic advance, correlation coefficient and path coefficient analysis for ten quantitative characters. The genotypes differed significantly for all characters studied. Higher genotypic and phenotypic coefficient of variation was observed for seed yield and number of pods per plant. Maximum heritability values were recorded in seed protein content, plant height and test weight. High heritability coupled with high genetic advance was observed in pods per plant, plant height and test weight indicating the importance of additive gene effect for expression of these characters. Character association indicated that pods per plant and plant height have significant positive correlation with seed yield. Maximum direct effect on seed yield was observed through pods per plant, test weight and plant height.
 
 
 
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