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Population Dynamics and Biochemical Fluctuations in Relation to the Infestation of Tetranychus neocaledonichus Andre on the Leaves of Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum)

Sanjib Ghoshal
Postgraduate Department of Zoology, Bangabasi College, University
Abstract—The present study showed that the significant depletion of important organic, minerals and inorganic compounds occurred due to mite infestation in the leaves of Tulsi. Among organic compounds, chlorophyll, total protein, phenol and total carbohydrates were selected for the study. Among minerals, Mg. Zn, Cu and Fe were selected and among inorganic materials nitrate and nitrite were selected for the study. It was found that amount of chlorophyll, total protein, total carbohydrate, Mg, Zn, Cu, Fe, nitrate and nitrite were reduced by 30.33, 25.62, 24.32, 21.32, 26.43, 25.22, 21.02, 15.32 and 19.98%, respectively. It was found that the amount of phenol increased by 32.02% due to mite feeding. It was found that maximum population of Tetranychus neocaledonichus was reported during May, when the average temperature, average relative humidity and average rainfall were 32.07°C, 73.75% and 0.95 mm, respectively. The minimum population density was found during September, when the average temperature, average relative humidity and average rainfall were reported to be 28.55°C, 84.76% and 12.64 mm, respectively.the correlation coefficient of the mite density was found to be positive with temperature while it is negative with relative humidity and rainfall. 

Index Terms—mite infestation, ocimum sanctum, biochemical fluctuations, organic compounds

Cite: Sanjib Ghoshal, "Population Dynamics and Biochemical Fluctuations in Relation to the Infestation of Tetranychus neocaledonichus Andre on the Leaves of Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum)," International Journal of Life Sciences Biotechnology and Pharma Research, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 225-231, July 2013.
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