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Fig. 4 | Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture

Fig. 4

From: Statistical optimization of chitinase production by Streptomyces rubiginosus SP24 and efficacy of purified chitinase to control root-knot nematode infection in Vigna radiata under controlled conditions

Fig. 4

Growth of leaves in mung plant (Vigna radiata) during the experimental period (day-1 to day 21). Results shown here in bar graph are the mean replicates of three. There was no growth of leaves from day 1 to day 7. Hence, it is not shown in the graph. Control—addition of only water; set-1 contained only chitinase:organic manure formulation); set-2 contained chitinase:organic manure formulation as well as 10 ml of inoculum volume of nematode suspension added near the roots of the plant; set-3 contained fenamiphos:organic manure formulation as well as 10 ml of inoculum volume of nematode suspension added near the roots of plant at the beginning of the experiment

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