References on Mango

1576 Effect of temperature and light on the growth and sporulation of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides Penz.
Ahmed K. M., Author Affiliation: Pl. Path. Div., Bangladesh Agric. Res. Inst., Gazipur, Bangladesh., 1985
Bangladesh Journal of Botany , 14 ( 155-159 )
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1577 Spray schedule for the control of powdery mildew disease of mango.
Prakash O., Raoof M. A., Author Affiliation: Cent. Inst. Hort. Northern Plains, Lucknow-226006, India., 1985
Indian Journal of Plant Pathology , 3 ( 51-52 )
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1578 Post harvest diseases of mango fruits (Mangifera indica) and their control.
Patel R. B., Goswami N. P., Author Affiliation: Dep. Microbiol., M.G. Science Inst., Ahmedabad 380 009, India., 1984
Indian Journal of Microbiology , 24 ( 140-141 )
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1579 Control of mango anthracnose with foliar sprays.
McMillan R. T. Jr., Author Affiliation: Univ. Florida, IFAS, Trop. Res. Educ. Cent., Homestead, FL 33031, USA., 1984
Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society , 97 ( 344-345 )
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1580 Changes in some organic and mineral components associated with vegetative malformation in mango.
Shawky I., Dahshan D. I., El-Shiekh A. F., Author Affiliation: Fac. Agric., Ain Shams Univ., Egypt., 1982
Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor , 27 ( 213-224 )
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1581 Effect of Alar and urea sprays on flowering behaviour, panicles malformation and productivity of "Hindy be Sinnara" mango.
Shawky I., Dahshan D. I., El-Shiekh A. F., Author Affiliation: Fac. Agric., Ain Shams Univ., Egypt., 1982
Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor , 27 ( 225-240 )
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1582 Enzyme studies on spongy tissue: a physiological ripening disorder in Alphonso mango.
Gupta D. N., Lad B. L., Chavan A. S., Salvi M. J., Author Affiliation: Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth, Dapoli 415 712, India., 1985
Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities , 10 ( 280-282 )
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1583 Annual Report, 1984-85, Queensland Department of Primary Industries.
, 43 fig. (15 col.) See RPP 64, 3666, 1985
Annual Report, 1984-85, Queensland Department of Primary Industries. , ( 48 pp. )
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1584 5-(12-Heptadecenyl)-resorcinol, the major component of the antifungal activity in the peel of mango fruit.
Cojocaru M., Droby S., Glotter E., Goldman A., Gottlieb H. E., Jacoby B., Prusky D., Author Affiliation: Dep. Chem., Bar Ilan Univ., Rabat Gan, Israel., 1986
Phytochemistry , 25 ( 1093-1095 )
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1585 Diseases and disorders of mango in Malaysia.
Lim T. K., Khoo K. C., 141 col. pl., 1985
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1586 Disease of mango (Mangiferae indica) fruits caused by Dothiorella dominicana.
Alabi R. O., Author Affiliation: Dep. Biol. Sci., Univ. Ilorin, Nigeria., 1986
International Biodeterioration , 22 ( 21-25 )
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1587 Chemical control of powdery mildew of mango.
Gupta J. H., Yadav A. S., Author Affiliation: Hort. Exp. Cent., Basti, Uttar Pradesh, India., 1984
Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology , 14 ( 297-298 )
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1588 Factors affecting bacterial black spot of mangoes caused by Xanthomonas campestris pv. mangiferaeindicae.
Manicom B. Q., Author Affiliation: Citrus Subtrop. Fruit Res. Inst., Nelspruit, South Africa., 1986
Annals of Applied Biology , 109 ( 129-135 )
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1589 Some loculoascomycetes from Maharashtra.
Ramesh C. H., Author Affiliation: Dep. Bot., Univ. Poona, Pune 411 007, India., 1986
Current Science, India , 55 ( 368-369 )
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1590 Studies of latent infection of mango in Hainan Island.
Liu X. J., Li J. Y., Yang Y. T., Author Affiliation: S. China Acad. Trop. Crops, China., 1986
Acta Phytopathologica Sinica , 16 ( 47-51 )
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