European Journal of Biotechnology and Bioscience

European Journal of Biotechnology and Bioscience


European Journal of Biotechnology and Bioscience
European Journal of Biotechnology and Bioscience
Vol. 1, Issue 6 (2014)

The effect of the Salicylic Acid on the variability of phenolic compounds, during the germination and the seedling of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.), after inoculation by mushrooms


Boukraa.D, Belabid.L, Benabdelli.K, Bennabi.F

In Algeria, the growing of chickpea is subject to a certain number of mushrooms that limit its production, its development and its expansion. The present study is carried out in order to show the effect of the salicylic acid on the induction of the resistance with the chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.), in phase of germination and during its growth, under biotic stress conditions. In this frame, a test was lead in controlled conditions on a sensitive variety of chickpea (ILC 3279) pretreated in the salicylic acid (T, 0,05mM and 0,5mM), then inoculated by the Pythium spp. (factor of melt of seeding) and Fusarium.oxysporum f.sp. ciceris (factor of vascular wilt of the chickpea). During this study, were also studied the precocity, the kinetics and the final rate of germination of seeds, the number of the cultivated and necrosis plants, the mobilization of certain reserves and the antioxidant capacity. Obtained results show that the application of the salicylic acid causes an increase of the germination ability of the chickpea seeds and the plants in growth against a decrease of necrosis plants rates as well as an increase of the rate of chlorophyll, of proteins, of polyphenol is noticed going along with a growth in the antioxidant capacity, according to the studied stage (analyzed seeds and plants). To conclude, we can suggest that the application of the salicylic acid at (0,05 mM) may urge on the resistance of chickpea, during the biotic stress in the course of the germination and the growth, by increasing the report of some protective biochemical molecules, playing a role in the induction of resistance.
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Boukraa.D, Belabid.L, Benabdelli.K, Bennabi.F. The effect of the Salicylic Acid on the variability of phenolic compounds, during the germination and the seedling of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.), after inoculation by mushrooms. European Journal of Biotechnology and Bioscience, Volume 1, Issue 6, 2014, Pages 27-35
European Journal of Biotechnology and Bioscience