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Studies on the physiology of chilli (Capsicum annuum L.) plants affected by potato virus Y. III. Effect on nitrogen metabolism


, : Studies on the physiology of chilli (Capsicum annuum L.) plants affected by potato virus Y. III. Effect on nitrogen metabolism. Madras Agricultural Journal 59(1): 23-27

In PVY-infected chilli leaves the total N, protein N and amide N contents increased and the nitrate N decreased compared with healthy leaves, but ammonium N and non-protein N levels were not affected.

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