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Articles by Muzammil Saleem
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  Muzammil Saleem
  The relative drought tolerance of four durum wheat (Triticum durum Desf.) Genotypes and four dread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Genotypes, was assessed. The biomass production, plant height, ear length, number of spikelets, grains yield and straw weight decreased with water stress in both durum and bread wheat genotypes. However, the tolerant genotypes had less reduction in all these parameters than susceptible ones in response to drought stress. Among the durum wheat genotypes, D-91641 and D-88678 proved to be the most drought tolerant, whereas D-91616 and Wdk-85 were the sensitive ones to drought stress. Among the bread wheat genotypes Inqalab-91 showed the greatest drought tolerance followed by the Chakwal-86, Faisalabad-85 and Pasban-90.
  Rahat Parveen , M. Sadiq and Muzammil Saleem
  Two chickpea varieties viz., 90122 and 93081 were subjected to Rhizobium inoculation with BioPower under water stress conditions, imposed by withholding water. Stress reduced all the parameters including yield components and this effect was more pronounced by stress at reproductive stage as compared with vegetative stage. Rhizobium inoculation enhanced yield under both normal and stressed conditions, but its performance was better under normal than under stress. Rhizobium inoculation proved ineffective to recover loss caused by water stress. The two varieties exhibited statistically non-significant differences.
 
 
 
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