Nitrogen utilization efficiency of diploid and induced autotetraploid strains of periwinkle
Keywords:Catharanthus roseus, Medicinal plant, Nitrogen utilization efficiency
AbstractSignificant differences for nitrogen utilization efficiency (NE) for leaf and root alkaloid yields were found among three diploid and four autotetraploid strains of Catharanthus roseus grown at two levels of nitrogen. One strain at low N and none at high N exhibited high NE ratios for yields of both alkaloids.
How to Cite
Kulkarni, R., Chandrashekar, G., & Chandrashekara, R. (1995). Nitrogen utilization efficiency of diploid and induced autotetraploid strains of periwinkle. Tropical Agriculture, 72(3). Retrieved from https://journals.sta.uwi.edu/ojs/index.php/ta/article/view/2469