Shivam Maurya

Shivam Maurya
Sri karan Narendra Agriculture University Jobner Jaipur-Rajasthan · Department of Plant Pathology

Ph.D. Plant Pathology (Pursuing)
Currently working on “Molecular Variability in Alternaria sesami Causing Alternaria Blight of Sesame & its Management”

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Introduction
Recieved his B.Sc. (Ag.) from NDUA&T, Ayodhya (2017) & M.Sc. (Ag.) in Plant Pathology from RPCAU, Pusa, Bihar (2019). Currently he is pursuing Ph.D. in Plant Pathology at SKNAU, Jobner, Jaipur. He also qualified ICAR- NET in 2020. Started research work on assessment of molecular diversity among different isolates of Alternaria sesami through RAPD marker and searching effective way to manage Alternaria Blight of Sesamum through using SAR activators, Fungicides, Bioinoculants and Phytoextracts.

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Charcoal rot of sesame incited by Macrophomina phaseolina is one of the foremost yield-reducing factors in sesame (Sesamum indicum L.). In the present studies which were carried out at the experimental farm of SKRAU, Bikaner during kharif 2017. The study focused on relationship of different meteorological variables with the development of charcoal...
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Sesame is important oilseed crop growing under light and drained soil for the oil and medicinal purpose. Stem and root rot caused maximum losses under sesame growing area and management is too difficult because of soil borne nature of the pathogen. Ten isolates collected from major sesame growing area of Rajasthan in which, all the isolates were si...
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The efficacy of several solid and liquid media on Sclerotinia sclerotiorun growth (on the 7 th day) and sclerotia formation (on the 15 th day) was tested in the lab. The Potato Dextrose Agar medium had the highest mycelial growth (90.00 mm) and the most sclerotia formation (28.67), followed by Malt extract agar (76.68 mm and 17.33) and Oat meal med...
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Soil salinity, being one of the most detrimental abiotic stresses, critically damages crop plants and causes significant reduction in yield. Salinity results due to accumulation of salts in the soil, results in ion toxicity which leads to adverse effects on plant growth and development. Plant hormones are thought to be the most important endogenous...
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The present investigation was carried out to evaluate the effect of different trap crops viz., Cluster bean (Guar), pearl millet (Bajra), sorghum (Jowar) and sesame (Til) and different mulches viz., sawdust, straw mulch, yellow and greyish blue polyethylene on disease severity, vector population and grain yield as an ecofriendly alternative approac...
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Cucumis sativam (L.) is creeping vine grown as an off-season vegetable crop under protected poly houses. During survey of major cucumber growing districts of Rajasthan, a new disease "Choanephora fruit rot of cucumber" was first time observed and recorded during in 2019-2020. The survey provided baseline information on the distribution, occurrence...
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Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L.) is a major pulse crop in India's arid and semi-arid regions. Based on a field survey conducted in four tehsils of Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan, we can conclude that MYMIV is the most prevalent pathogen responsible for yellow mosaic disease of cowpea in the Jhunjhunu district during the months of August to September...
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Pulses are the important crop after cereals and are the cheapest source of dietary protein. After the Green revolution, the production of pulses in India remains stagnant over the years due to various biotic and abiotic stresses. Among the various biotic stresses, weeds are the major one which causes severe yield loss in pulses. Weeds besides causi...
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Azolla is an aquatic floating fern, found in temperate climate suitable for paddy cultivation. The fern appears as a green mat over water. The Blue Green Algae cyanobacteria (Anabaena azollae) present as a symbiont with this fern in the lower cavities actually fixes atmospheric nitrogen. The rate of nitrogen fixed is around 25 kg/ha. As green manur...
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Present day agriculture has disturbed the age-vintage stability of host-pathogen system resulting diseases arise at regular interval leading to significant loss to the agricultural production, that is predicted to be 10-25% or much less in the course of everyday years however might also additionally enlarge as much as 100 % in the course of epidemi...
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With the help of modern technology, many farming communities in India are boldly taking risks in increasing productivity and also adopting new methods of agriculture. Modern equipment allows farmers not just to yield better crops but also to grow new ones that have a significant medical and market value. Species Name The hop-called Humulus lupulus...
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A roving survey was conducted in four major Mungbean (Vigna radiata L.) growing districts of Rajasthan state representing 16 tehsils and 64 villages for the prevalence, incidence and severity of Mungbean Yellow mosaic virus disease in Kharif 2020 and 2021. MYMD is the most serious limiting factor in mungbean cultivation. Yield losses due to this di...
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Bt crops, still being the burning issue, has been raising the tremendous controversies all over the world thrashing the agriculture in the vortex of the chaos. The chaotic uproar has grabbed a peak that has pressurized the grand decisive powers of all from the excogitative scientists up to the almighty governments of different countries in the worl...
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The disease intensity of Cercospora leaf spot of mungbean was recorded from 29.38 to 51.20 per cent in all surveyed areas of Rajasthan. The highest disease intensity was recorded from Nagaur (50.33) and least from Tonk (32.07%). Cercospora canescens were isolated from infected plant leaves of mungbean. In variability studies, significant morphologi...
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Macrophomina phaseolina (Tassi) Goid. is a soil-and seed-borne pathogen that causes charcoal rot and various rots and blights of more than 500 crop species. Dry root rot (DRR) also called as charcoal rot which causes yield loss ranged from 25-48 per cent. The pathogen is necrotroph and infects a wide range of crops. It is observed that mycelium of...
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The disease intensity of Cercospora leaf spot of mungbean was recorded from 29.38 to 51.20 per cent in all surveyed areas of Rajasthan. The highest disease intensity was recorded from Nagaur (50.33) and least from Tonk (32.07%). Cercospora canescens were isolated from infected plant leaves of mungbean. In variability studies, significant morphologi...
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A roving survey was conducted in three major cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L.) growing districts of Rajasthan state representing 12 tehsils and 48 villages for the prevalence, incidence and severity of Yellow mosaic virus disease in cowpea during Kharif 2019 and 2020. Yellow mosaic diseases (YMD) in economically important legumes across Southern Asia a...
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Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L.) is an important pulse crop of arid and semi-arid tracts in India. Golden mosaic of cowpea caused by mungbean yellow mosaic India virus (MYMIV), is a major constraint to the growers. Due to disease, plants show yellow mosaic spots on leaves and then spread to the other leaves and becomes chlorosis and shortening of inte...
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Macrophomina phaseolina (Tassi) Goid. is a soil- and seedborne pathogen that causes charcoal rot and various rots and blights of more than 500 crop species. The pathogen is necrotroph and infects a wide range of crops. It is observed that mycelium of M. phaseolina in cotyledons, plumule and radicle, in the naturally infected seeds of mungbean and c...
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To acquire virus resistant host plants, a scope of functional techniques can be followed these days. While for quite a long time plant breeders have been option to present normal opposition qualities in susceptible genotypes without knowing exactly what these resistance characteristics were, right now a developing number of (generally) predominant...
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Herbicides offer convenient, easy, flexible and an efficient option of weed control. Weed management with the help of herbicides is a simple and most acceotable way by farmers as labour availability is decreasing day by day (Rao et al., 2017). Various types of herbicides are available which controls the broad spectrum of weeds and can be applied at...
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In the current scenario, the protection of food crops from diseases and pests is ascending with an expansion in the human population and its needs. The status and significance of different diseases have changed throughout India. Mindfulness is hard to know the status of these issues and to create management modules to secure these in an eco-friendl...
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Chitosan has received much interest for potential wide application in agriculture due to its excellent biocompatibility, biodegradability and bioactivity. Chitosan is, a linear polysaccharide composed of randomly distributed b-(1-4)-linked D-glucosamine (deacetylated unit) and N-acetylD-glucosamine (acetylated unit) is an environmental friendly pro...
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Plant diseases are significant yield constraining element in agricultural production. Present day farming and agricultural practices regularly depend totally on the utilization of pesticides for plant disease and pest control. All growers, nonetheless, can produce a productive crop with less pesticides application by utilizing appropriate essential...
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Development of diseases in cultivated crops depends on the complex interrelationship between host, pathogen and prevailing environmental conditions. The significant role of nematodes in the development of nematode-fungus interaction is demonstrated in many crops throughout the world. Therefore, the main objectives of this study were to evaluate the...
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Current varietal improvement program involve modern plant breeding approaches which are highly dependent on new molecular technologies to modify genetic composition of plant. Traditional breeding approaches are based on gene pool of crossable species, associated with linkage drag problem. In transgenic techniques, major concern related to the origi...
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Raj)-303329. The farm bill 2020 is quite contentious nowadays; most people are either opposed to this bill or in support of this bill. Amidst protest from opposition and section of farmer's organizations, these three agriculture sector bills were passes from lower and upper house of parliament, which replace the existing ordinance. We need to know...
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Wheat has been a source of staple food to mankind since ancient times. Decreased production of wheat in the major wheat growing countries may be attributed to prevalence of Karnal bunt disease. The major impact of Karnal bunt is yield reduction and a decrease in quality of grains by imparting a fishy odour and taste to the wheat. The disease has ga...
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This book has been written keeping in mind the various competitive exams related to the discipline of Plant Pathology. Many good theoretical books were referred while writing this book. In this book, a lot objective questions of Plant pathology and previous years question of the ICAR-NET and ICAR-SRF were also included. This book is very useful for...
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Sclerotinia rot caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum is one of the most devastating soil borne pathogen, which is threatening the production of chilli crop. In this study associated fungus was isolated on PDA medium and purified by using hyphal tip method from infected chilli plant samples were collected from farmer's fields. On PDA, uniformly one ty...
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It is estimated that diseases, insects and weeds together annually interfere with the production and destroy 36.5% crop production. In general losses of crops due to disease amount to 25% of world crop production per annum (Lugtenberg, 2015). Biological disease control is an attractive strategy for the control of plant diseases. Meanwhile, it also...
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Green gram is one of the major pulse crops developed all over the world. Cercospora leaf spot disease is a critical annihilating disease of mungbean (Vigna radiata L.). It could be a broad disease caused by the organism Cercospora canesens with the decrease in trim abdicate up to 60 per cent. The disease was firstly detailed in Delhi, India and spr...
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Neem Azadirachta indica is an important plant in plant kingdom, which shows various applications for animal kingdom. Neem is one of the most powerful blood-purifiers, detoxifiers and immune system boosters known. Hundreds of diseases have been shown to respond favorably to neem. Neem leaf can be taken as tea or in capsules. Neem oil can be applied...
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Wheat is one of the most nutritious, proteinaceous and basic stable food crop is attacked by several factors. Among the biotic factors, the most notorious disease of wheat is spot blotch caused by Bipolaris sorokiniana (teleomorph Cochliobolus sativus). The disease mainly occurs in warm, humid wheat-growing regions, and the Eastern Gangetic Plains...
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Organic farming (OF) has significantly increased in importance in recent decades. Disease management in OF is largely based on the maintenance of biological diversity and soil health by balanced crop rotations, including nitrogen-fixing and cover crops, intercrops, additions of manure and compost and reductions in soil tillage. Most soil-borne dise...
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Green gram is one of the major pulse crops developed all over the world. Cercospora leaf spot disease is a critical annihilating disease of mungbean (Vigna radiata L.). It could be a broad disease caused by the organism Cercospora canesens with the decrease in trim abdicate up to 60 per cent. The disease was firstly detailed in Delhi, India and spr...
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It is estimated that diseases, insects and weeds together annually interfere with the production and destroy 36.5% crop production. In general losses of crops due to disease amount to 25% of world crop production per annum (Lugtenberg, 2015). Biological disease control is an attractive strategy for the control of plant diseases. Meanwhile, it also...
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The focused on genome altering that objectives genomic successions in a site explicit way has as of late developed as a best biotechnological weapon for boosting resistance in plants against broad phytopathogens. Among different quality altering methods, quality focusing on eminently by CRISPR-Cas9 (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic...
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Chitosan has received much interest for potential wide application in agriculture due to its excellent biocompatibility, biodegradability and bioactivity. Chitosan is, a linear polysaccharide composed of randomly distributed b-(1-4)-linked D-glucosamine (deacetylated unit) and N-acetyl-D-glucosamine (acetylated unit) is an environmental friendly pr...
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In the world, the customary agricultural practices are influenced by different issues, for example, diseases, pests, dry spell, diminished soil richness; certain elective plant ailments control techniques and because of utilization of unsafe synthetic pesticides, contamination and a worldwide temperature alteration. There ought to be natural contro...
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In the world, the customary agricultural practices are influenced by different issues, for example, diseases, pests, dry spell, diminished soil richness; certain elective plant ailments control techniques and because of utilization of unsafe synthetic pesticides, contamination and a worldwide temperature alteration. There ought to be natural contro...

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1-To know the diversity among different Alternaria isolates through using RAPD marker 2-To know the most virulent isolate through Pathgenic variability trial 3-Management of Alternaria blight of sesamum through using ISR compounds, novel fungicides, biomolecules and botanicals