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Articles by S.S. Alam
Total Records ( 3 ) for S.S. Alam
  Iftikhar A. Khan , S.S. Alam and A. Jabbar
  Five liquid media were studied for the production of dry weight spores of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceris and pH/ phytotoxicity of the culture filtrates after each 7 days incubation up to 28 days. Maximum increase in pH was observed in minimal medium (MM) at 21 days. The media potato dextrose broth (PDB) and minimal medium containing chickpea root extract (MM+) were found suitable for sporulation of the fungus, while maximum dry weight of the fungus was obtained in PDB medium. Phytotoxicity assay of these culture filtrates revealed that the maximum activity was produced in PDB medium, while ethyl acetate phases of the culture filtrates from Czapek dox (CZ) medium and minimal medium (MM) showed maximum phytotoxic activity.
  Y. Ali , M.A. Haq , N. Ahmad and S.S. Alam
  Ten genotypes of chickpeas viz. CM-1, CM-2, CM-72, CM-88, CM-1918, C-44, K-850, C-727, Thal White and 86135, were compared for their relative drought tolerance in terms of yield and yield components in field experiment. The genotype CM-2 proved superior to other varieties in almost all the characters studied. It produced maximum number of pods per plant (87.20), gave the highest yield per plant (18.97 g), and more elliptic index of leaf (71.81) under stress conditions. Based on these characters this genotype may be advanced further.
  Yousaf Ali , M. Yasin Ashraf , Z. Aslam and S.S. Alam
  An experiment was conducted at three different locations of Punjab with twenty-four genotypes of cowpea under natural field conditions where yellow mosaic virus disease is a serious problem. Yellow mosaic virus infestation was rated after 4-5 weeks of sowing. Results indicated that genotypes 1T-95k-1156-3, 1T-94k-137-6, 1T-97k-9042-8,1T-97k-499-4, 1T-97k-497-2, 1T-93k-452,1T-97-k-350-4, SA Dandy, p-518, Elite, No.44 and 1T-84-552 showed highly resistant to resistant reaction, 1T-94k-440-3, 1T-95k-627-34, 1TK-238-3 gave tolerant to moderately tolerant reaction and 11-97k-461-4, 1T-97k-1021-15 showed moderately tolerant to susceptible reaction.
 
 
 
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