chickpea plant


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Noun1.chickpea plant - Asiatic herb cultivated for its short pods with one or two edible seeds
garbanzo, chickpea - large white roundish Asiatic legume; usually dried
legume, leguminous plant - an erect or climbing bean or pea plant of the family Leguminosae
chickpea, garbanzo - the seed of the chickpea plant
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Variability studies: Various descriptive statistics for different chickpea plant traits were determined (Table-5).
Different soil samples were collected from the rhizosphere region of healthy chickpea plant from pulse research station, Navsari Agricultural University, Navsari 396 450, Gujarat, India.
4 PEOPLE used to think that if you touched a chickpea plant when there was a new moon if would cure your warts.
The bushy chickpea plant annually grows to a height of two feet.
(1995) reported 9.7g per chickpea plant yield with no insect damage (multiplied by 130,000 plants ha-1 to obtain a seed yield of 1.26 t ha-1).
Doubling kabuli chickpea plant population resulted in a 52% yield increase in a Mediterranean-type environment in Jordan (Kostrinski, 1974).
During our study, selectable marker gene and GUS assay were used for the assessment of transgene activity in chickpea plants. Hygromycin (75%) was found to be optimal lethal dose that didn't affect chickpea plant regeneration.
Resistance was quantitative resulting in a reduction in the number of emerged broomrapes per chickpea plant [1].
Seed treatment with Pseudomonas aeruginosa (strain 2CpS1) resulted in an overall increase in the morphological, physiological and biochemical parameters in chickpea plant under salinity treatments as well as under control as indicated in Table 1.
There were significant interactions in the contents of potassium in the roots of chickpea plant with increasing salt stress.
The chickpea plants treated with fungicides gave 26-34% disease incidence of fusarium wilt as compared to untreated plants, which have 80% incidence.
Poor root nodulation of chickpea plants grown on Zn-deficient soil, as observed in the present investigation, could be related to the reduction in nitrogen fixation (Ahlawat et al., 2007), which further contributes to decrease in crop yield.