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International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies

2018, Vol. 5 Issue 1, Part B
Screening of some rice germplasm against Angoumois grain moth (Sitotroga cerealella (Oliv.)
Author(s): Ajay Kumar, RK Pandey, Sandeep Rout, Devendra Singh and Dhaneswar Moharana
Abstract: The present investigation was conducted for the screening of rice germplasm against Angoumois grain moth, [S. cerealella (Oliv.)] taken up under entomological laboratory of Department of Entomology, N.D.U.A.&T. Kumarganj, Faizabad (Uttar Pradesh) during 2013-2014. There were significant differences observed indifferent rice genotypes against S. cerealella on the basis of grain damage percent. The genotypes under studies were categorized as follows- All 20 tested genotypes were found highly tolerant (<5%) up to 60 days of storage. 120 days, 3 genotypes viz. NDR-80 (3.20%), NDR-97(3.23%), NDR-359 (4.23%) were found to be highly tolerant and 17 genotypes i.e., BPT-5204 (5.23%), Bardan (5.23%), NDR-1 18 (5.26), MTU-7029 (5.28%), Narendra usar-3 (5.50%), Narendra sona (5.60%), Sahbagi (5.65%), Pusa basmati (5.68%), NDR-3 I 12, Narendra usar dhan-2009(6.23%), Narendra usar-2 (6.40%), Narendra usar dhan-2008 (6.42%), Jallahari (6.505), Shusk samrat (6.60%), Srju-52 (6.80%) and Lalmati (7.20%) were tolerant- (6 to 10%). At 180 days, 14 genotypes viz., NDR-80 (6.43%), NDR-97 (7.20%), Narendra song (7.40%), Narendra usar-3 (7.43%), NDR-359 (8.25%), NDR-2064 (8.50%), NDR-118 (8.60%), NDR31 12 (8.80%), Narendra usar dhan-2008 (8.90%), Shusk samrat (9.20%), BPT-5204 (9.00%), Jallahri (9.56%), Pusa basmati (9.65%) and Bardan (9.96%) were found tolerant whereas 6 genotypes viz., Sarju-52 (10.20%), Narendra usar-2 (10.43%), Sahbhagi (10.36%), Narendra usar dhan-2009 (10.43%), MTU-7029 (10.55%) and Lalmati (11.20%) were susceptible (11 to 25%). Grain damage showed significant positive correlation with moisture content, the number of emerged adults and weight loss in grain and significant negative correlation with germination.
Pages: 67-74  |  556 Views  15 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Ajay Kumar, RK Pandey, Sandeep Rout, Devendra Singh and Dhaneswar Moharana. Screening of some rice germplasm against Angoumois grain moth (Sitotroga cerealella (Oliv.). International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies. 2018; 5(1): 67-74.
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