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Abstract The study aimed at the morphological and morphometrical characterisation of eight populations of Meloidogyne graminicola from India. We studied different life stages, female, second-stage juveniles (J2s) and eggs of each M. graminicola population. Female characters such as stylet...
Abstract Charcoal rot caused are the most dangerous soil-borne diseases that infect strawberry in Egypt. These pathogens have mycotoxic activities; this encouraged us to study the effect of these activities on some botanical traits and at molecular level using the start codon targeted (SCoT)...
Abstract Pseudomonas fluorescens and Bromoxynil herbicide, alone or in combination, were applied in the field naturally infected with Rhizoctonia solani (root rot disease), Meloidogyne arenaria (root-knot nematode) and different weed species for improved growth and productivity in two faba bean...
Abstract Tea is an important beverage with several health benefits to human beings, but increase in tea diseases is of much concern in recent days. Amongst several stem and root diseases of tea plants, Poria hypolateritia causing red root-rot and Phomopsis theae causing Phomopsis canker diseases...
Abstract Foot rot caused by Phytophthora capsici is a threat for black pepper cultivation. No cultivated variety is resistant to the disease. Endophytic bacteria were obtained from the roots, stem and leaves of Piper colubrinum, a wild relative of black pepper, resistant to P. capsici. In vitro...
Abstract This study aims to identify the root-knot nematode (RKN) at seven olive plantations in Rajasthan (India), and understand the possible spread of RKN and its bacterial parasite, Pasteuria penetrans through olive planting material (OPM). We identified the RKN as Meloidogyne javanica based...
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