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000009889 1001_ $$aObi,Vitus Ikechukwu
000009889 24500 $$aEvaluation of Four Botanical Fungicides and Situational Review on Vigna ungiculata(L.Walp.) Anthracnose pathogen, Colletotrichum spp. Sacc & Mang.
000009889 260__ $$aZaragoza$$bUniversidad de Zaragoza$$c2011
000009889 500__ $$aOriginal en inglés
000009889 506__ $$aby-nc-sa$$bCreative Commons$$c3.0$$uhttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
000009889 520__ $$aABSTRACT  The completion of this research involved the revision of about seventy one referred subject related journals and academic materials. The parasitic organism Colletotrichum destructivum O`Gara was associated as the actual causal pathogen of cowpea anthracnose. Of all the twenty different pathogens linked with the various cowpea fungal diseases, in this work, only Colletotrichum (C. destructivum) was found to have the virulence and propensity of afflicting a 100% infection on a single susceptible cowpea crop each at a given pathogenic situation. Twenty Colletotrichum species along with their specific primary hosts were identified in this work. The study also provided eighteen plant families under the pathogenic affliction of Colletotrichum identified alongside eighteen different plant families representing the entire plants and plant materials screened for biofungicidal properties within a span of eleven years. The screened botanicals of four plants of Azadiractha indica, Cymbopogon citratus, Ocimum gratissimum, and Xylopia aethiopica were effective in reducing the spore germination and radial growth of Colletotrichum destructivum O`Gara in vitro and the growth of the pathogen in vivo. Cold water botanicals of C. citratus were the best in reducing the growth of the pathogen in vitro and in checking the spread of anthracnose disease of cowpea in vivo. An evaluation with cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) indicated the extracts applied before or after pathogen inoculation to be significantly effective in reducing the size of pathogen induced lesion.
000009889 521__ $$aMáster en Iniciación a la Investigación en Ciencias Agrarias y del Medio Natural
000009889 540__ $$aDerechos regulados por licencia Creative Commons
000009889 6531_ $$abotanical
000009889 6531_ $$abiopesticides
000009889 6531_ $$avigna unguiculata,
000009889 6531_ $$acolletotrichum destructivum
000009889 6531_ $$aanthracnose,
000009889 6531_ $$acowpea
000009889 700__ $$aBarriuso Vargas, Juan$$edir.
000009889 7102_ $$aUniversidad de Zaragoza$$bCiencias Agrarias y del Medio Natural$$cProducción Vegetal
000009889 7202_ $$aAibar Lete, Joaquín$$eponente
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000009889 8564_ $$s9.56MB$$uhttp://zaguan.unizar.es/TAZ/EPSHUES/2011/9889/TAZ-TFM-2012-1246.pdf$$zMemoria (eng)
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