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From:
Kenya Forestry Research Institute

Medicinal plants of East Africa

Kokwaro, J. O. [1976-3]

This book is the result of ten years of research work in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda by the author. Its aims are to supplement the already published book entitled Poisonous Plants of East Africa and to try to answer the many puzzling questions about the traditional use of medicinally active herbs. The book has also a unique presentation of a simply classified list of diseases for which the herb ...

SUBJECT: casc; female conditions and diseases; capacitacion; forest products; produto floresta

SUBJECT: molecular biology; fibras vegetales; bacterial diseases; bacteriosis; fibre vegetale

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Southern Cross University

Medicinal plants are an essential part of indigenous pharmaceutical systems. We studied the medicinal plants used by the Popoluca of the Sierra Santa Marta (Eastern Mexico). This study is part of a series on the ethnopharmacology of various Macro-Mayan groups. During 16 months of ethnobotanical fieldwork, 614 taxa used medicinally and 4488 individual use-reports were documented. The data are a ...

SUBJECT: antibacterial activity; cpp; tagetes patula extract; bleeding; cucumber

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Southern Cross University

Medicinal plants are an essential part of indigenous pharmaceutical systems. We studied the medicinal plants used by the Popoluca of the Sierra Santa Marta (Eastern Mexico). This study is part of a series on the ethnopharmacology of various Macro-Mayan groups. During 16 months of ethnobotanical fieldwork, 614 taxa used medicinally and 4488 individual use-reports were documented. The data are a ...

SUBJECT: antibacterial activity; cpp; tagetes patula extract; bleeding; cucumber

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Studies on foliar diseases of potato in Fraydan

Nasr Isfahani, Mahdi et al. [[200?]]

Fraydan is the most important pole for potato production out of the four important ones in the country, where the early blight disease incidence has been occurred severely in the recent years. The studies for two continuos years indicated that, the recent years. The studies for two continuos years indicated that, there are two involving Alternaria species in the disease incidence, including A. ...

SUBJECT: alternaria alternata; damage; potatoes; control de enfermedades; control de plagas

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From:
CIMMYT Knowledge Center

SUBJECT: plant diseases; barley; plant pathology; plant breeding; bacterial diseases

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From:
Open Knowledge Repository, OKR

Information derived from sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) surveillance and monitoring activities is an increasingly important requirement for market access and a crucial input for risk management and policymaking. This study report was undertaken with resources provided by the trade development facility multi donor trust fund to assist the Government of the Lao People's Democratic Repub ...

SUBJECT: human fatalities; laboratory tests; soils; pollutants; sick animals

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From:
CAB Reviews

Irrigation is a major husbandry tool, vital for world food production and security. The purpose of this review is twofold: firstly, drawing attention to the beneficial and deleterious aspects of irrigation resulting from interactions with the microbial world; secondly, forming a basis for encouraging further research and development. Irrigation is for example, a valuable component in the contr ...

SUBJECT: plant disease control; plant pathogenic fungi; waterborne diseases; cultural control; propagules

POSTED TO: CAB Reviews

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From:
Belarus Agricultural Library

Results of four-year studies of winter soft wheat (Triticum aestivum) of Western Europe breeding varieties and variety samples from Poland (STH-48, STH-393, STH-703, Symfonia, Elena, Sakva and Cobra), Hungary (MV-Palma, MV-Vilma), Germany (Tsentos), Sweden (Ragnal), Belarus (Kapylyanka – control standard variety) for yielding capacity and fungal disease resistance indices realized in the condi ...

SUBJECT: composante de rendement; cereales; triticum aestivum; belarus; enfermedad

POSTED TO: Arable Farming and Breeding in Belarus : collection of scientific papers

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From:
Belarus Agricultural Library

Potato bacterial diseases in Belarus

Morozkina, E.B. et al. [2011]

In the conditions of the Republic of Belarus there were analyzed the most crucial bacterial diseases of potato (Solanum tuberosum) and their causative agents: potato blackleg (Erwinia carotovora), bacterial ring rot of potatoes (Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. sepedonicum), potato brown rot (Ralstonia solanacearum). Symptoms of manifestations, pathogenesis, and diagnostic methods are describe ...

SUBJECT: protection des plantes; potatoes; belarus; pathoga©naёse; pourriture

POSTED TO: Agriculture and Plant Protection : scientific-practical journal [2220-8003]

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