Alteration in b-1,3 glucanase and chitinase activity in chickpea varieties infected with Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceri race 4

DOI: 10.18805/lr.v40i04.9012    | Article Id: LR-3671 | Page : 454-460
Citation :- Alteration in b-1,3 glucanase and chitinase activity in chickpea varieties infected with Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceri race 4.Legume Research-An International Journal.2018.(41):454-460
Y.M. Shukla and K.P. Suthar kiransuthar@nau.in
Address : Department of Biochemistry, B.A. College of Agriculture, Anand Agricultural University, Anand-388 110, Gujrat, India.
Submitted Date : 18-12-2015
Accepted Date : 3-08-2016

Abstract

Alterations in b-1,3 glucanase and chitinase activity during host-pathogen interaction were studied in chickpea varieties JCP 27 (resistant) and JG 62 (susceptible) to vascular wilt caused by  Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceri race 4. The enzyme activities were analyzed in root, stem and leaf tissues at three  stages viz., pre-infection, infection and post-infection in normal and inoculated soil. The b-1,3 glucanase activity in root, stem and leaf tissues of susceptible variety found higher than those of resistant one at all the stages of infection under inoculated condition.. The chitinase activity in root and leaf tissues of susceptible variety was higher than the resistant variety at all infection stages in inoculated soil, whereas in stem tissue the activity level was higher in resistant variety at pre-infection and infection stages. Overall result revealed that b-1,3 glucanase showed higher induction with increase in inoculums pressure of the fungal pathogen, whereas hydrolytic enzyme chitinase was induced only when inoculum pressure of the fungal pathogen was severe. 

Keywords

b-1 3 glucanase Chitinase Chickpea Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceri race 4

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