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Articles by M. Mofazzel Hossain
Total Records ( 2 ) for M. Mofazzel Hossain
  M. Mofazzel Hossain , M. Shahjahan , A.K.M. Azad-ud-doula Prodhan , M. Sirajul Islam and M. A. Begum
  Resistance or susceptibility of brinjal varieties/lines to shoot and fruit borer seems to be related with some anatomical characters. Varieties/lines having thick cuticle, broad and thick collenchymatous area (hypodermis), compact parenchyma cells in the cortical tissue, small area in the cortical tissues, more vascular bundles with narrower spaces in the interfascicular region, and compact arrangement of vascular tissue with lignified cells and small pith were the main characters of resistant/tolerant varieties. On the other hand, thinner cuticle and collenchymatous area (hypodermis), loose parenchyma cells in the cortical region, larger spaces between vascular bundles i.e., interfascicular region and large pith, less number of trichomes, soft parenchymatous cells in the interfascicular region, might be responsible for the susceptibility to brinjal shoot and fruit borer.
  M. Mofazzel Hossain , M. Shahjahan , M. Abdus Salam and M.A. Begum
  Twenty varieties and lines of brinjal were screened out to observe their resistance level to brinjal shoot and fruit borer Leucinodes orbonalis Guenee (Pyralidae:Lepidoptera) infestation in the field conditions. The infestation varied significantly among the varieties/ lines. The brinjal shoot and fruit borer infestations for different varieties/lines were found in the following order of intensity: Nayankajal >BL095 >BL085 >BL098 >BL0 114 >Khotkhotia-2 >Borka >Laffa >Islampuri >BL045 >Dhohazari-2 >BLO101 >Dhohazari-1 >Khotkhotia-1 >BL096 > Sada ball > Singnath > Uttara > Baromashi > Jhumki. Varietal resistance of brinjal against brinjal shoot and fruit borer indicated significant variations among different brinjal varieties/line. Plant age had significant effect on the incidence of brinjal shoot and fruit borer. Highest percentage (32.89) of brinjal shoot and fruit borer infestation was observed at 70 DAT and lowest (5.18) was found at 40 DAT. The rate of infestation gradually increased with the increase of plant age and then decreased in 100 DAT. Highest percentage of infestation was observed in 70 DAT, which was significantly different from 40 DAT but identical with 100 DAT.
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