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Int. Journal of Life Sciences, 2016; 4(3):419-422   |    Available online, November 3, 2016

Study of Identification of Fungi from Infected Black gram Plant from Barshitakali Taluka, Dist. Akola (MS) India

  

Chavhan ST1, Darade  MS1  and Pawar  SS2*

                                                                                                                            

1Govt. Institute of Science, Nagpur- 440001 (MS) India

2Govt. Vidarbha Institute of Science and Humanities, Amravati-444604 (MS) India

*Corresponding Author: subhashchavhan7@rediffmail.com

 

Received: 29.06.2016    |     Accepted: 17.08.2016    |   Published : 03.11.2016

Identification of fungi from infected black gram plant was carried out in present investigation. Various fungal pathogens were identified from black gram plants with respect to different localities and different varieties at field condition. Black gram samples were collected from regions of Barshitakli, taluka. Total nine and twelve fungi were identified from two variety of black gram TAU-1 and TAU-2 respectively. Black gram (Vigna mungo (L.) Hepper) is one of the most widely used pulse crop of India. Black gram was found in ancient Indian literature like Kautilya Arthasastra and Charkas Charka samhita. It is widely cultivated in many tropical and subtropical regions of the world including India, Iran, Malaysia, East Africa and many southern European countries.

 

Key words: Black gram, TAU-1 and 2, Fungi and pathogens.

 

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Editor: Dr. Arvind Chavhan

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Chavhan ST, Darade  MS  and Pawar  SS (2016) Study of Identification of Fungi from Infected Black gram Plant from Barshitakali Taluka, Dist. Akola (MS) India, International J. of Life Sciences, 4 (3): 419-422.

 

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Acknowledgements:

Authors are especially thankful to Snake friends and Wildlifers community including   Mr. Mohmad Saikh, Mr. Amol Nawale, Mr. Sagar Bokshe, Mr. Sonu Pithore, Mr. Mangesh Bahurupi, Mr. Abhijit Asode, Mr. Sanju Khanderao, Mr. Hari Gayakwad, Mr. Rameshwar Haramkar, Mr. Atish Gawai, Mr. Sanjay Bharambe, Mr. Avinash Bayaskar, Mr. Shailesh Tastode, and local people from villages for their guideline and valuable support to us.

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Conflicts of interest: The authors stated that no conflicts of interest.

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Copyright: © 2016 | Author(s), This is an open access article under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial - No Derivs License, which permits use and distribution in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited, the use is non-commercial and no modifications or adaptations are made.

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