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International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Morphogenesis and Biochemical Properties of Soyabean Plant of 30 Days Grown in Plain and Amended Soil

Kumar Vimal, Anand Kishor, Vipin Panwar

Abstract: Soyabean (Glycine max (L) Merr) is a species of legume native to east Asia. The plant, classed as an oil seed rather than a pulse by the UN food and agriculture organization, produces significantly more protein per acre than most other uses of land plain and amended soil of Soyabean indicates some morphogenetic feature. The root length of 30 days old young plants grown in the soil amended with neem cake and urea was more and was less when grown in plain soil. Biochemical properties includes Electrical conductivity, Protein contents, Sugar contents and Chlorophyll determination of extract of root Stem and Leaf with respect of plain and Amended Soil. The root length of 30 days old young plants grown in the soil amended with neem cake and urea was more and was less when grown in plain soil. The shoot lengh of 30 days old young plants grown in the soil amended with neem cake was more and was less when grown in plain soil. The number of leaf in amended soil was more than plain soil but number of node and internode was same on plain and amended soil.

Keywords: Protein, Sugar, Electrical conductivity, Amended soil



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