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Indian Journal of Agricultural Research, volume 41 issue 3 (september 2007) : 189 - 194


Ch. Bharadwaj1*, Rajesh Mishra, C. Tara Satyavathi2, S.K. Rao, K.S. Kumar
1Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya, Jabalpur, Adhartal - 482 004, India
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Cite article:- Bharadwaj1* Ch., Mishra Rajesh, Satyavathi2 Tara C., Rao S.K., Kumar K.S. (2024). GENETIC VARIABILITY HERITABILITY AND GENETIC ADVANCE IN SOME NEW PLANT TYPE BASED CROSSES OF RICE (ORYZA SATIVA L.). Indian Journal of Agricultural Research. 41(3): 189 - 194. doi: .
An experiment was conducted on sandy loam soil (Typic Ustochrepts) in the screen house in order to evaluate the impact of lead on micronutrient concentration of maize plant in soil amended with different organic materials. Results of the experiment indicated decrease in Zn concentration of maize shoot with addition of Pb in soil. Increasing Pb level in soil decreased Cu content in plants. The Fe and Mn concentration of shoot increased with the addition of Pb level in soil. Organic carbon application enhanced Zn and Fe concentration while it reduced Cu and Mn content in maize shoot. Zinc concentration was highest in plants grown in sewage sludge amended soil.
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