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Annotated bibliography of pigeonpea diseases 1906-81
|Statement||Y. L. Nene ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Nene, Y. L., International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-arid Tropics.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||111 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||111|
Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. commonly known as pigeonpea, red gram or gungo pea is an important grain legume crop, particularly in rain-fed agricultural regions in the semi-arid tropics, including Asia, Africa and the Caribbean. This paper provides a baseline for the study of the domestication and early history of C. cajan, through reviewing its modern wild distribution, seed morphometrics of. Pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.) is an important pulse crop for the tropical and subtropical regions of South Asia (mainly on the Indian-subcontinent), Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America, where it is serving as significant protein source to the human pea has self-compatible cleistogamous flowers, but it is often cross-pollinated by bees to an extent of 10–15 per cent.
The bibliography was drawn from a wide range of subjects including forestry, agriculture, nutrition, arboriculture, horticulture, city planning and landscape architecture. Eighty references are included in the bibliography. The entries of this bibliography have been included in this present bibliography. Pigeon Pea Bibliography Agroforestry Systems published the most articles on perennial pigeon pea across the study period, followed by Field Crops Research, two Indian journals, Indian Journal of Agronomy and Indian Journal of Agricultural Science, and International Pigeonpea Newsletter, an ICRISAT publication.
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Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Annotated bibliography of pigeonpea diseases Andhra Pradesh, India: ICRISAT, An Annotated Bibliography of Pigeonpea Diseases Y.L.
Nene, W.J. Kaiser, J.S. Grewal, J. Kannaiyan, and S.P.S. Beniwal INTERNATIONAL CROPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE. An Annotated Bibliography of Pigeonpea DiseasesPaperback – January 1, by and S.P.S.
Beniwal Nene, Y. L., W. Kaiser, J. Grewal, J. Kannaiyan (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Author: and S.P.S. Beniwal Nene, Y. L., W. Kaiser, J. Grewal, J.
Kannaiyan. This bibliography has been published to provide annotated information about selected publications concerning pigeonpea diseases in retrospective support of the abstracts published since in the International Pigeonpea Newsletter (also published by ICRISAT).
This compilation is not comprehensive, but it lists the more important documents of which the authors have become aware during their. Abstract. This bibliography has been published to provide annotated information about\ud selected publications concerning pigeonpea diseases in retrospective support of\ud the abstracts published since in the International Pigeonpea Newsletter (also\ud published by ICRISAT).\ud This compilation is not comprehensive, but it lists the more important documents\ud of which the authors have.
topics: h20, cajanus cajan, plant diseases, cajanus cajan, maladie des plantes, cajanus cajan, enfermedades de las plantas. Book. Publication Year: Report/Series/Bulletin Name: Annotated bibliography of pigeonpea / B.S.
Dahiya. Report/series/Bulletin Number: 2. I am g r a t e f u l t o D r s. S w i n d a l e, D i r e c t o r G e n e r a l, a n d J. K a n w a r, D i r e c t o r o f. Concept Publishing Company, - Pigeon pea - pages 1 Review This Book Is The Compilation Of The World Literature On Diseases Of Pigeonpea, An Important Pulse Crop Of The Indian Subcontinent, Africa, Australia And South America.2/5(1).
If you are writing an annotated bibliography with many sources, it may be helpful to divide the sources into categories.
For example, if putting together an extensive annotated bibliography for stem cell research, it might be best to divide the sources into categories such as ethical concerns, scholarly analyses, and political ramifications. Y.L. Nene's 42 research works with citations and reads, including: Registration of High-Protein Pigeonpea Elite Germplasm ICPL M.
Thirumalachar was born in the erstwhile Mysore State of British India on 22 September to Vengadammal - M. Narasimhan couple as their second child. His father was a known plant pathologist and mycologist after whom two genera of fungus (Narasimhella and Narasimhania) have been young boy was named after his great grandfather, Jeersannidhi Thirumalachar Swamy.
Pigeonpea [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millspaugh] is an important legume crop of the papilionaceae family. It is an often cross-pollinated crop, and.
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Common Names of Plant Diseases Y. Nene and V. Sheila, primary collators (last updated 6/25/96) Alternaria blight Alternaria alternata (Fr.:Fr.) Keissl.
Alternaria tenuissima (Kunze:Fr.) Wiltshire Anthracnose Colletotrichum cajani Rangel Colletotrichum truncatum. Payment may be made by the DD drawn in favour of ICAR- UNIT, Indian Institute of Pulses Research, Kanpur, payable at S.B.I.
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($) ICRISAT NG International Crops Research I n s t i t u t e for the Semi-Arid Tropics. M i l l e t bibliography Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dahiya, B.S.
Annotated bibliography of pigeonpea, Patancheru: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: B S Dahiya. The origin of Cajanus cajan in India and its subsequent spread are briefly outlined.
The taxonomy of the genus is extensively covered; in the light of his recent () revision of the genus, on the basis of morphology, cytogenetics, chemotaxonomy and habitat, the author subsumes Atylosia into Cajanus. Keys to the (1) Asian and African and (2) Australian species are provided, together with a.
Control soil-borne diseases through solarization of soil, by covering the field with a polyethylene sheet and practising crop rotation (Rao and Bramel ). Spray an appropriate acaricide two or three times to control sterility mosaic disease. Application of suitable insecticides and fungicides can control pigeonpea pests and diseases.
Harvesting.Handbook of Pigeonpea Diseases M.V. Reddy, T.N. Raju, S.B. Sharma, Y.L. Nene, and D. McDonald ICRISAT Information Bulletin no. 42 International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics Patancheru, Andhra PradeshIndia Copyr igh t© by t h e Internat ional C r o p s Resea rch Inst i tute for the Semi -A r id T rop i.There is also a bibliography and glossary which is helpful as there are few resources that are accessible for children this age.
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