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Effect of Phosphorus Levels on Growth and Yield of ...

plant-1, 43.44 seeds plant-1, 1.25 cm pod length, 363.06 g seed index and 1269.80 kg ha-1 seed yield. It was concluded that the growth and seed yield of chickpea varieties consecutively improved with increasing phosphorus levels; and highest phosphorus level of 55 kg ha-1

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Effects of phosphorus levels on dry matter production and ...

The characteristics of the soil used to growth the chickpea plants. Saturation (%) Electrical Conductivity (ds m-1) pH Organic carbon (%) Phosphorus (mg kg-1) potassium (mg kg-1) Soil texture 29 1.3 7.4 0.20 2.0 85 Sandy loamy Phosphorus is vital for plant growth, and is a component of the nucleic acid structure of plants and bio-

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Phosphorus and Micronutrient Nutrition of Chickpea ...

(2006). Phosphorus and Micronutrient Nutrition of Chickpea Genotypes in a Multi-Nutrient-Deficient Typic Ustochrept. Journal of Plant Nutrition: Vol. 29, No. 4, pp. 747-763.

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Phosphorus tolerance levels of different chickpea ...

Jun 02, 2021  The highest shoot biomass was recorded under 90 (2.56 g plant −1), 100 (2.56 g plant −1) and 120 (2.63 g plant −1) mg P kg −1 soil, while plants grown under 15 mg P kg −1 soil recorded the lowest (1.28 g plant −1) shoot biomass ().Similarly, the highest root biomass was noted for 45 (1.15 g plant −1) and 90 (1.17 g plant −1) mg P kg −1 soil, while 15 (0.77 g plant −1) and ...

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Calcium, magnesium and microelement uptake as affected by ...

高达10%返现  Wheat plants were grown in one compartment and chickpea in the other. Two P sources, sodium phytate and FePO4, were tested at 60 μg P g−1 soil. Compared to supplying phytate, supplying FePO4 increased concentrations and contents of Ca, Mg, Mn and Zn in wheat and chickpea, and of Fe in chickpea only.

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Effect of arsenic–phosphorus ... - Plant and Soil

Jul 15, 2008  高达10%返现  Arsenic-induced oxidative stress in chickpea was investigated under glasshouse conditions in response to application of arsenic and phosphorus. Three levels of arsenic (0, 30 and 60 mg kg−1) and four levels of P (50, 100, 200, and 400 mg kg−1) were applied to soil-grown plants. Increasing levels of both arsenic and P significantly increased arsenic concentrations in the plants

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(PDF) Effect of phosphorus on plant growth and nutrient ...

The present study compares the effects of phosphorus (P) on growth and bioaccumulation of a high-zinc-accumulating genotype (HZnG) and a low-zinc-accumulating genotype (LZnG) of chickpea (Cicer ...

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Mineral nutrition of chickpea plants supplied with NO3 or ...

Abstract. Chickpea plants (Cicer arietinum L cv. ILC 195) were grown for 24 days in water culture with NO 3 or NH 4 ‐N, with or without P. The lack of P in the nutrient medium depressed total plant fresh and dry weight yields but did not induce visual symptoms of P deficiency in the shoots despite the low P concentrations found in the plant tissues.

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(PDF) Influence of Nitrogen Fixing and Phosphorus ...

Influence of Nitrogen Fixing and Phosphorus Solubilizing Bacteria on the Nodulation, Plant Growth, and Yield of Chickpea Journal of Plant Nutrition, 2007 Fikrettin Şahin

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Acid phosphatase role in chickpea/maize intercropping

Maize plants were grown in one compartment and chickpea in the other. Phosphorus was supplied as phytate, Ca(H2PO4)2 at 50 mg P kg(-1), or no P added. Key results: In the hydroponics study, the total P uptake by intercropped maize supplied with phytate was 2.1-fold greater than when it

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Effect of Phosphorus Levels on Growth and Yield of ...

plant-1, 43.44 seeds plant-1, 1.25 cm pod length, 363.06 g seed index and 1269.80 kg ha-1 seed yield. It was concluded that the growth and seed yield of chickpea varieties consecutively improved with increasing phosphorus levels; and highest phosphorus level of 55 kg ha-1

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Calcium, magnesium and microelement uptake as affected by ...

Calcium, magnesium and microelement uptake as affected by phosphorus sources and interspecific root interactions between wheat and chickpea L. Li1'2'4, C. Tang3, Z. Rengel2 F.S. Zhang1 1 Department of Plant Nutrition, China Agricultural University, Key Laboratory of Plant Nutrition, MOA, Key

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(PDF) Effects of phosphorus levels on dry matter ...

Results showed that above ground dry matter of chickpea inoculated with the two Glomus species produced higher dry matter (mean 382.92 mg/plant), more root

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Yagoob-Effects of phosphorus levels on dry matter ...

Results showed that above ground dry matter of chickpea inoculated with the two Glomus species produced higher dry matter (mean 382.92 mg/plant), more root fresh, and dry weights (mean 2452.50 mg/plant and 192.50 mg/plant, respectively), longer roots (mean 25.96 cm), and root volume (mean 3.11 cm 3) than the control.

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Effect of arsenic–phosphorus ... - Plant and Soil

Jul 15, 2008  高达10%返现  Arsenic-induced oxidative stress in chickpea was investigated under glasshouse conditions in response to application of arsenic and phosphorus. Three levels of arsenic (0, 30 and 60 mg kg−1) and four levels of P (50, 100, 200, and 400 mg kg−1) were applied to soil-grown plants. Increasing levels of both arsenic and P significantly increased arsenic concentrations in the

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Phosphorus Nutrition and Nitrogen Assimilation in Chickpea ...

May 01, 1991  Assimilation of nitrogen and phosphorus was studied in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L. cv. GL-769) plants grown in pots under different P levels: Control (P 0), 7.5 μg Pg-1 soil (P 1) and 15.0 μg Pg-1 soil (P 2).Both P 1 and P 2 levels increased nodule nitrate reductase (NR) activity per plant and leaf NR activities at 51 (pre-flowering) days after sowing (DAS).

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Mineral nutrition of chickpea plants supplied with NO3 or ...

Abstract. Chickpea plants (Cicer arietinum L cv. ILC 195) were grown for 24 days in water culture with NO 3 or NH 4 ‐N, with or without P. The lack of P in the nutrient medium depressed total plant fresh and dry weight yields but did not induce visual symptoms of P deficiency in the shoots despite the low P concentrations found in the plant tissues.

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Phosphorus Food Guide - Kidney Kitchen

Phosphorus Food Guide Vegetables Low phosphorus 100 mg or less per serving Vegetables Serving size Phosphorus (mg) Asparagus 4 spears 32 Beans, green/yellow snap ½ cup 21 Beets (canned) ½ cup 33 Broccoli ½ cup 29 Cabbage (green or red) ½ cup8 Carrots ½ cup 24 Cauliflower ½ cup 22 Celery ½ cup 15 Corn, kernel ½ cup 69 Corn, creamed in can ½ cup 66 Cucumber (without skin) ½ cup 11

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Effect of Mineral and Organic Fertilization on desi and ...

Regarding the effect of chickpea variety on plant growth and yield parameters, desi chickpea showed a significantly greater plant height and shoot dry biomass than kabuli. Seed yield was also higher in desi than kabuli (1.33 Mg ha −1 and 1.13 Mg ha −1 on average for desi and kabuli , respectively), while the 100 seed weight was lower (24.65 ...

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Chickpea flour (besan) Minerals - How many minerals in ...

Potassium. Along with sodium, calcium, magnesium, and chloride, potassium is an electrolyte, meaning that it helps to conduct electrical charges in the human body. In 100 grams of Chickpea flour (besan), you can find 846 milligrams of potassium. It provides the 18% of the daily recommended value for the average adult. 846 mg.

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Calcium, magnesium and microelement uptake as affected by ...

Apr 01, 2004  Read "Calcium, magnesium and microelement uptake as affected by phosphorus sources and interspecific root interactions between wheat and chickpea, Plant and Soil" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

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(PDF) NUTRITIONAL COMPOSITION AND ANTI NUTRIENTS OF

Phosphorus content for Hud-Line I was found to be 178.23 mg/100g, which was significantly (p≤ 0.05) lower than the value of 198.61 mg/100g for Bas-Line II. These values were lower than the range of 309 to 342 mg/100g reported by El Tinay et al, (1989).

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Best Protein Sources for Vegans and Vegetarians – Upasna ...

Oct 12, 2021  Plant protein is simply a meaningful food source of protein which is from plants. This group can include pulses, tofu, soya, tempeh, seitan, nuts, seeds, certain grains and even peas. Pulses are a large group of plants, which include chickpeas, lentils, beans (such as black, kidney and adzuki beans) and split peas.

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Phosphorus and Micronutrient Nutrition of Chickpea ...

Keywords: chickpea, genotypes, micronutrients, phosphorus levels, P uptake, root growth, utilization INTRODUCTION Chickpea is the world’s third-most-important food legume (pulse) and is con-sumed as a high-quality protein food. India is the world’s largest producer and consumer of pulses. Among pulses, chickpea is the dominant crop, grown on

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EFFECT OF PHOSPHORUS FERTILIZER ON YIELD AND YIELD ...

KEYWORDS: Experiment, Chickpea, Phosphorus, Pods Per Plant INTRODUCTION Chickpea (cicer arietinum) also known as Bengalgram and simply gram in English is popularly called as china in India because of cultivated area, it is the nineteenth most important crop grown in the world. About 70% of world production of chickpea comes from Asia.

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Chickpea facilitates phosphorus uptake by intercropped ...

Chickpea facilitates phosphorus uptake by intercropped wheat from an organic phosphorus source Long Li1'2', Caixian Tang2, Zdenko Rengel2 Fusuo Zhang1 1 r* * * d/ # a7,.\ r Department of Plant Nutrition, China Agricultural University, Key Laboratory of

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Phosphorus Nutrition and Nitrogen Assimilation in Chickpea ...

May 01, 1991  Assimilation of nitrogen and phosphorus was studied in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L. cv. GL-769) plants grown in pots under different P levels: Control (P 0), 7.5 μg Pg-1 soil (P 1) and 15.0 μg Pg-1 soil (P 2).Both P 1 and P 2 levels increased nodule nitrate reductase (NR) activity per plant and leaf NR activities at 51 (pre-flowering) days after sowing (DAS).

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CHICKPEA - GRDC

Plant nutrients are categorised as either macronutrients or micronutrients (also called trace elements). Macronutrients are those elements that are needed in relatively large amounts. They include nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K), which are the primary macronutrients, with calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg) and sulfur (S) considered

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Chickpea: Origin, Distribution and Growth Pulses Agronomy

12. Quality Considerations of Chickpea: On an average, chickpea contains 21 per cent protein, 2.2 per cent fat, 62 per cent carbohydrates. The calcium, iron and phosphorus contents (mg 100-1 g) are 190, 90.8 and 280 respectively. Among the pulses, it has relatively lower protein content but higher biological value and protein digestibility.

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Phosphorus in garbanzo beans, per 100g - Diet and Fitness ...

100 calories of chickpeas (garbanzo beans, bengal gram), mature seeds, raw is a serving size of 0.27 g, and the amount of Phosphorus is 100.55 mg (10.16% RDA). Other important and related nutrients and macronutrients such as Fat, in 100 Calories are as follows; Protein 5.3 g (9.34% RDA), Fat 1.66 g (2.47% RDA), Carbohydrate 16.66 g (12.91% RDA ...

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Phosphorus Food Guide - Kidney Kitchen

Phosphorus Food Guide Vegetables Low phosphorus 100 mg or less per serving Vegetables Serving size Phosphorus (mg) Asparagus 4 spears 32 Beans, green/yellow snap ½ cup 21 Beets (canned) ½ cup 33 Broccoli ½ cup 29 Cabbage (green or red) ½ cup8 Carrots ½ cup 24 Cauliflower ½ cup 22 Celery ½ cup 15 Corn, kernel ½ cup 69 Corn, creamed in can ½ cup 66 Cucumber (without skin) ½ cup 11

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Effect of Different Methods of Soil Fertility on Grain ...

Chickpea and white lupin rhizosphere carboxylates vary with soil properties and enhance phosphorus uptake. Plant and Soil 248: 187-197. [45] Vinale F., K. Sivasithamparam., EL.

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Effect of Organic Matter and Biofertilizers on Chickpea ...

bacteria are also known to increase phosphorus uptake resulting in better growth and higher yield of crop plants [20]. The combined inoculation of Rhizobium and phosphate solubilizing bacteria has increased nodulation, growth and yield parameters in chickpea

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Calcium, magnesium and microelement uptake as affected by ...

Apr 01, 2004  Read "Calcium, magnesium and microelement uptake as affected by phosphorus sources and interspecific root interactions between wheat and chickpea, Plant and Soil" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

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Optimization of Sulphur Dose for Chickpea (Cicer arietinum ...

Jun 07, 2017  chickpea was the first grain legume to be domesticated in the Old World. Chick pea contains 21% protein, 2.2% fat, 62% carbohydrates. It also contains calcium of about 190 mg/100g; Iron 90.5 mg/100g; Phosphorus 280 mg/100g. Among the pulses, chick pea has relatively lower protein content 26 on Su

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Phosphorus - What does high phosphorus in soil mean?

By: T.L Provin and J.L. Pitt. The buildup of phosphorus in lawns, gardens, pastures and croplands can cause plants to grow poorly and even die. Excessive soil phosphorus reduces the plant’s ability to take up required micronutrients, particularly iron and zinc, even when soil tests show there are adequate amounts of those nutrients in the soil.

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