PATHOGENIC BIOCHEMICAL CHAGES IN AMBRETTEE SEEDS DUE TO ALTERNARIA
Ambrattee (Abelmoschus Moschatus Medic) is commonely known as Mushkdana is cultivated for their musk scented seeds useful in perfumery industries. The seeds are valued for their volatile oil present in the seed coat. The seed meal is useful in poultry and cattle feield, decoation of seed are useful in creating nervous disability, hysteria skin diseases and interstinal disorder. This plant is commercially and medicianl important and gets affected by various pests and diseases among bthese fungus play important role in destruction and gets seed yield los among these Alternaria Alternata important one. During the pathogenicity biochemical interaction takes place in total carbohydrates and moisture found more in infected seed ash. Crude lipid and crude protein content were found less that the healthy seed.