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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2018.7(7): 4113-4119
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2018.707.479


Biochemical Estimation of Healthy and Infected Graminicolous Seeds
A. R. Gulhane, Shilpa V. Khambalkar and G. K. Giri
A. R. Gulhane, Shilpa V. Khambalkar and G. K. Giri
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Abstract:

As regards to biochemical studies, total sugar, total phenol and phenolic acid were recorded in healthy and diseased seeds of sorghum, wheat, paddy and pearl millet. Among different seeds, the maximum total sugar recorded in paddy 388.60 μg/g and minimum in wheat 247.05 μg/g in healthy seed. Diseased seeds of sorghum exhibited maximum total sugar 17.80 μg/g and minimum in paddy 12.80 μg/g of seed. The healthy seed of pearl millet showed maximum phenolic acid 6.92 μg/g and minimum in wheat seed 3.62 μg/g, whereas, in case of infected seeds maximum phenolic acid were recorded in pearl millet 4.79 μg/g and minimum in paddy seed 2.65 μg/g. Maximum total phenol were recorded in healthy wheat seed (4.05 μg/g) and minimum in paddy (2.96 μg/g). Regarding diseased seeds, maximum total phenol was observed in sorghum seed (3.46 μg/g) and minimum in paddy seeds (1.71 μg/g).


Keywords: Graminicolous Seeds, Biochemical
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Gulhane A. R., Shilpa V. Khambalkar and Giri G. K. 2018. Biochemical Estimation of Healthy and Infected Graminicolous Seeds.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 7(7): 4113-4119. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2018.707.479