Evaluating symbiotic efficiency of Mesorhizobium reducing symptoms of chickpea yellow mosaic virus Maryam A. Al-Achtar, Girgis M.G., El-Dougdoug1 K.A., Hamwieh A., ElDoliefy A.E..

Other Title(s)

تقييم الكفاءة التكافلية للميزوريزوبيوم في تخفيض أعراض فيروس الموازييك الأصفر في الحمص

Joint Authors

Hamawiyah, Ala al-Din
Jirjis, Mina Jurj Zaki
al-Dulayfi, Ahmad al-Fatih
al-Dujduj, Khalid Abd al-Fattah
al-Ashtar, Maryam

Source

Arab Universities Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Publisher

Ain Shams University Faculty of Agriculture

Publication Date

2019-03-31

Country of Publication

Egypt

No. of Pages

13

Main Subjects

Agriculture

Topics

English Abstract

Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.

) belongs to legumes reducing atmospheric nitrogen symbiotically through Rhizobia Spp.

into proteins in a process leaves no carbon footprint.

However, chickpea is highly susceptible to viral diseases, which limits productivity.

Therefore, the current study is conducted, in two seasons (2015/2016, 2016/2017) to evaluate the symbiotic efficiency of Mesorhizobia in reducing the damage occurs in chickpea if was infected by chickpea yellow mosaic virus (CpYMV).

For this aim, One viral (CpYMV) and two Mesorhizobial isolates (MS3All, MS8All) are isolated from open-fields of chickpea plants.

Three chickpea experimental lines (F.07-268, F.07-258 and F.0744) and one Egyptian cultivar (Giza195) are dually infected by CpYMV and either of MS3All and MS8All.

Then, infected plants are grown in pots in open-air at the cultivation area of the Faculty of Agriculture, Ain-Shams University (Shoubra).

The results indicated that the viral infection led to a reduction in the dry weight of root (DWR) and shoot (DWS), the ratio of root-to-shoot (RSR) dry weight, the nodule counts (NN), the photosynthetic pigments and the nitrogen content (N2).

Interestingly, the dry weight of nodules (DWN) is significantly increased in dually infected plants.

Uniinoculated Chickpea using either of the two isolates of Mesorhizobia showed significant increase in all phenotypic parameters when virus infection is included; except for DWN that decreased com
pared to control viral-infected plants but no mesorhizobia.

The current study suggests that bacterial inoculation using Mesorhizobia is significantly reduced damaging effects of the virus on chickpea.

Moreover, the MS3All isolate is suggested the more effective than MS8All and the experimental chickpea lines F.07-258 and F.07-44 had the highest significant levels of N2 for shoot than F.07-268 and Giza195 lines.

Data Type

Conference Papers

Record ID

BIM-999808

American Psychological Association (APA)

al-Ashtar, Maryam& Jirjis, Mina Jurj Zaki& al-Dujduj, Khalid Abd al-Fattah& Hamawiyah, Ala al-Din& al-Dulayfi, Ahmad al-Fatih. 2019-03-31. Evaluating symbiotic efficiency of Mesorhizobium reducing symptoms of chickpea yellow mosaic virus Maryam A. Al-Achtar, Girgis M.G., El-Dougdoug1 K.A., Hamwieh A., ElDoliefy A.E... . Vol. 27, no. 1 (s) (2019), pp.193-205.Cairo Egypt : Ain Shams University Faculty of Agriculture.
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Modern Language Association (MLA)

al-Ashtar, Maryam…[et al.]. Evaluating symbiotic efficiency of Mesorhizobium reducing symptoms of chickpea yellow mosaic virus Maryam A. Al-Achtar, Girgis M.G., El-Dougdoug1 K.A., Hamwieh A., ElDoliefy A.E... . Cairo Egypt : Ain Shams University Faculty of Agriculture. 2019-03-31.
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American Medical Association (AMA)

al-Ashtar, Maryam& Jirjis, Mina Jurj Zaki& al-Dujduj, Khalid Abd al-Fattah& Hamawiyah, Ala al-Din& al-Dulayfi, Ahmad al-Fatih. Evaluating symbiotic efficiency of Mesorhizobium reducing symptoms of chickpea yellow mosaic virus Maryam A. Al-Achtar, Girgis M.G., El-Dougdoug1 K.A., Hamwieh A., ElDoliefy A.E... .
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