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Research Article

Relationship of Nitrogen Use Efficiency with the Activities of Enzymes Involved in Nitrogen Uptake and Assimilation of Finger Millet Genotypes Grown under Different Nitrogen Inputs

Table 2

Influence of genotype and soil condition on yield parameters.

Dry matter (g)1000 grain weight (g)Number of grains per spikeCrude grain protein content
(g per 100 g of grain)
Nitrogen use efficiency
(g g-1)
Nitrogen utilization efficiency
(g g-1)
Nitrogen uptake efficiency
(g g-1)

Brown (PRM-1)
 High nitrogen7.0 (180)2.7 (17.4)680 (36)8.1 (8)6.7 (31.8)3.4 (25.9)2.2 (0)
 Normal nitrogen5.8 (132)2.4 (4.3)665 (33)7.6 (1.6)6.0 (18.1)3.6 (33.7)2.0 (−9.09)
 Low nitrogen3.5 (40)2.7 (17.4)600 (207.9 (4.9)5.5 (8.9)3.1 (12.9)2.2 (0.0)
 FYM5.6 (124)2.5 (8.7)570 (14)8.0 (6.7)6.4 (25.5)3.4 (27.0)2.2 (0.0)
 Control2.52.35007.55.12.72.2

Golden (PRM-701)
 High nitrogen3.3 (65)3.1 (55.0)530 (51)9.1 (1.3)6.1 (48.3)3.3 (50.0)2.4 (−11.1)
 Normal nitrogen3.9 (95)3.2 (60.0)480 (37)9.6 (6.5)6.0 (45.9)3.3 (50.0)2.7 (0.0)
 Low nitrogen3.6 (80)3.0 (50.0)600 (71)9.8 (8.3)7.4 (81.5)3.4 (54.5)2.9 (7.4)
 FYM7.0 (250)3.0 (50.0)450 (29)9.1 (1.1)4.0 (−3.7)2.2 (0.0)2.4 (−11.1)
 Control2.02.03509.04.12.22.7

White (PRM-801)
 High nitrogen2.5 (25)3.0 (36.4)420 (40)9.8 (1.6)3.1 (29.2)1.5 (25.0)2.6 (−13.3)
 Normal nitrogen2.6 (30)2.8 (27.3)400 (33)9.9 (2.9)4.3 (79.2)2.1 (75.0)2.9 (−3.3)
 Low nitrogen4.2 (110)3.6 (63.6)370 (23)10 (4.2)4.5 (87.5)1.9 (58.3)3.1 (3.3)
 FYM6.0 (200)3.3 (50.0)360 (20)10 (4.2)4.4 (83.3)2.3 (91.7)2.7 (−10.0)
 Control2.02.23009.62.41.23.0

SEm±0.460.1537.880.350.370.110.17
CD at 5%
Genotype0.590.1848.930.450.470.140.22
Soil condition0.760.2463.17NS0.610.18NS
Genotype X soil condition1.310.42109.41NS1.060.32NS

Parenthesis: % increase with respect to control of particular genotype.

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