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Authors: N. El Hazzat, M. Artib, J. Touati, M. Chliyeh, K. Selmaoui, A. Ouazzani Touhami, R. Benkirane and A. Douira

uptake in chickpea . Plant Soil Environ. 57 , 465 – 470 . Fortin , J. A. , Plenchette , C. and Piché , Y. ( 2008 ): Les mycorhizes, La nouvelle révolution verte . Editions Multimondes, 135 p. Gerdemann , J. W. and Nicolson , T. H

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., Horres, R., Udupa, S. M., Besser, B., Bellarmino, L., Baum, M., Matsumura, H., Terauchi, R., Kahl, G., Winter, P. (2008): SuperSAGE: the drought stressresponsive transcriptome of chickpea roots. BMC Genomics , 9 , 553

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2 233 228 Arshad, M., Bakhsh, A., Haqqani, A. M., Bashir, M. (2005): Genotype-environment interaction for grain yield in chickpea (Cicer arietinum

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., Khan, M. S., Aamil, M. (2003): Interactive effect of rhizotrophic microorganisms on yield and nutrient uptake of chickpea ( Cicer arietinum L.). Eur. J. Agron. , 19 , 15–21. Aamil M

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predominant and host specific chickpea rhizobia under field conditions. pp 38–52. In: Vorisek, K. et al. (eds.), Practical Solutions for Managing Optimum C and N Content in Agricultural Soils IV . International Conference 2007, held in Prague, 20–22 June

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Anjaih, V., Cornelis, P. and Koedam, N. (2003): Effect of genotype and root colonization in biological control of Fusarium wilts in pigeonpea and chickpea by Pseudomonas aureoginosa PNAI. Can. J. Microbiol

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Gholipoor, M., Ghasemi-Golezani, K., Khooie, F. R., Moghaddam, M. 2000: Effects of salinity on initial seedling growth of chickpea ( Cicer arietinum L.). Acta Agron. Hung. , 48 , 337

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, Meloidogyne incognila with Fusarium oxysponlm f. sp. ciceri and F. solani on chickpea. Indian J. Nematology 17, 1–6. Sethi C. L. Interaction of root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne

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. (2005): Fast chlorophyll fluorescence transient and nitrogen fixing ability of chickpea nodulation variants. Photosynthetica , 43 , 253–259. Chaudhary P. Fast chlorophyll

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Chickpea (Cicer arietinum) seeds treated with powdered preparation of Gliocladium virens (Gv) alone @ 3 g/kg seed or in combination with vitavax (0.1%) showed colonization of G. virens on seed coat, collar region, plumule and radicle. Microscopic examination revealed that colonization of seed with mycelia and spores of antagonist started 24 h after incubation. Major portion of the seedling was covered with in 48 hrs. Population dynamics of G. virens monitored at different time inter­vals in spermosphere, rhizosphere and non-rhizosphere region in pathogen infested and non-infested soil using Trichoderma Selective Medium showed that population of G. virens increased initially up to 30 days and then gradually declined. The highest population was observed in spermosphere (7 x 105/g) followed by rhizosphere (6.3 x 104/g), when seeds treated with Gv + vitavax were sown in pathogen infested soil.

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