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Articles by M. Painawadee
Total Records ( 2 ) for M. Painawadee
  M. Painawadee , S. Jogloy , T. Kesmala , C. Akkasaeng and A. Patanothai
  The aim of this study was to investigate whether some root characters and physiological characters are related to drought resistance in some elite germplasm lines earlier identified as drought resistant based on pod yield. Four peanut genotypes were tested in a pot experiment under two soil moisture levels [Field Capacity (FC) and 1/3 available water (1/3 AW)]. A 2x4 factorial experiment was laid out in RCBD with six replications. Data were recorded for Relative Water Content (RWC), Specific Leaf Area (SLA), SPAD Chlorophyll Meter Reading (SCMR), root and biomass at 70 days after planting. Root characters, biomass production, pod yield and Harvest Index (HI) were recorded at harvest and Drought Tolerance Index (DTI) for these traits were also calculated. Differences between water treatments were also significant for RWC, SLA, Root Dry Weight (RDW) and biomass but not significant for SCMR, harvest index and pod yield. Drought stress reduced RWC, SLA, RDW and biomass but had no significant effect on SCMR, harvest index and pod yield. Significant differences among peanut genotypes were found for SLA at both water treatments. ICGV 98353 had the lowest SLA at both water treatments. Peanut genotypes were significantly different for RDW and RWC at 1/3 AW only. KK 4 had the highest RDW. ICGV 98324 performed best for RWC and it also had the highest DTI for RWC. ICGV 98324 also had the highest SCMR, which was significantly different among peanut genotypes at FC.
  M. Painawadee , S. Jogloy , T. Kesmala , C. Akkasaeng and A. Patanothai
  Several physio-morphological traits are related to pod yield of peanut. Improvement of these traits should lead to yield increase under drought conditions. The objective of this study was to evaluate (1) heritability of drought resistance traits, yield and yield components and (2) relationships among these traits. A cross of two parents (ICGV 98324 and KK 4) differing in physio-morphological traits was used in this study. Pot experiments of F2 and F3 populations were set up in the open field with rainout shelters. One hundred and twenty eight entries were subjected to water stress during 28 to 70 days after sowing and evaluation of the studied characters was conducted at appropriate time. Data were recorded for Root Dry Weight (RDW), Root Length (RL), Root Surface (RS), Root Volume (RV), Specific Leaf Area (SLA), SPAD Chlorophyll Meter Reading (SCMR), biomass, pod yield, pod number per plant, seed number per pod, 100-seed weight and Harvest Index (HI). Heritability estimates in broad sense for root characters and drought resistance traits were low to intermediate, ranging from 0.27 to 0.59. Similarly, low to intermediate heritability estimates in broad sense were found for pod yield and yield components, ranging from 0.20 to 0.57. Heritability estimates in narrow sense were much lower than in broad sense. The correlation coefficients among root characters were inter-related positively, whereas negative correlation coefficients were observed among physiological characters. Root characters were closely related to biomass production but they were not related to yield and yield components except for pod number per plant.
 
 
 
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