References on Mango

1816 A survey of the economically important fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) present in Chiapas and a few other fruit growing regions in Mexico.
Aluja M., Cabrera M., Rios E., Guillén J., Celedonio H., Hendrichs J., Liedo P., Author Affiliation: Dep. Entomology, Univ. Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 01003, USA., 1987
Florida Entomologist , 70 ( 320-329 )
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1817 Bacterial disease of mango (Mangifera indica L.) in Venezuela. II. Distribution, perpetuation, dissemination and evaluation of varietal resistance.
Guevara M. Y., Rondón A., Arnal E., Solórzano R., Author Affiliation: FONAIAP, Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Agropecuarias, Maracay 2101, Venezuela., 1985
Agronomía Tropical , 35 ( 63-75 )
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1818 French Guiana. Mango seed weevil.
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FAO Plant Protection Bulletin , 34 ( 215 )
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1819 Effect of low volume copper sprays with polyisobutene sticker on mango blossom blight (Glomerella cingulata) in Dominica.
Prior C., Ryder K., Author Affiliation: CAB International Inst. Biol. Control, Imperial Coll., Silwood Park, Ascot SL5 7PY, UK., 1987
Tropical Pest Management , 33 ( 350-352 )
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1820 Occurrence of Xiphinema species in Pakistan (Nematoda, Dorylaimida).
Lamberti F., Maqbool M. A., Shahina F., Agostinelli A., Author Affiliation: Istituto di Nematol. Agraria, C.N.R. - 70126 Bari, Italy., 1987
Nematologia Mediterranea , 15 ( 145-148 )
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1821 Occurrence of malformin-like substances in seedlings of mango (Mangifera indica L.).
Zora Singh, Dhillon B. S., Author Affiliation: Dep. Hort., Punjab Agric. Univ., Ludhiana 141 004, Punjab, India., 1987
Journal of Phytopathology , 120 ( 245-248 )
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1822 Management of powdery mildew of mango with fungicides.
Datar V. V., Author Affiliation: Dep. Pl. Path., Marathwada Agric. Univ., Parbhani 431 402, India., 1986
Indian Phytopathology , 39 ( 271-272 )
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1823 The possiblity of using drainage water for mango irrigation.
Dahshan D. I., Author Affiliation: Dep. Hort., Fac. Agric., Suez Canal Univ., Egypt., 1986
Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor , 24 ( 2149-2167 )
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1824 Bitter almond, plum and mango kernels as sources of lipids.
Abd El Aal M. H., Gomaa E. G., Karara H. A., Author Affiliation: Dep. Food Science and Technology, Faculty of Agriculture, Univ. Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt., 1987
Fett Wissenschaft Technologie , 89 ( 304-306 )
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1825 Composition of mango seed kernel.
Augustin M. A., Ling E. T., Author Affiliation: Dep. Food Science, Faculty of Food Science and Biotechnology, Univ. Pertanian Malaysia, 43400 Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia., 1987
Pertanika , 10 ( 53-59 )
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1826 Improvement of Banarsi Langra through clonal selection.
Singh R. N., Gorakh Singh, Rao O. P., Mishra J. S., Author Affiliation: Dep. Hort., Inst. Agric. Sci., Banaras Hindu Univ., Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh 221005, India., 1985
Progressive Horticulture , 17 ( 273-277 )
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1827 Association analysis of fruit characters in mango, Mangifera indica (L.).
Suman C. L., Yadav I. S., Thimmappaiah, Sinha G. C., Author Affiliation: Cent. Inst. Hort. Northern Plains, B217, Indira Nagar, Lucknow 226016, India., 1985
Progressive Horticulture , 17 ( 331-335 )
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1828 Physico-chemical studies of some varieties of mango grown at Nawabganj.
Bhuyan M. A. J., Islam M. S., Author Affiliation: Mango Res. Sta., Nawabganj, Bangladesh., 1986
Bangladesh Horticulture , 14 ( 42-44 )
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1829 Screening of dwarfing mango rootstocks at nursery stage on the basis of anatomical characters.
Singh N. P., Srivastava R. P., Chadha K. L., Author Affiliation: Central Mango Res. Sta., Lucknow 226006, India., 1986
Indian Journal of Horticulture , 43 ( 18-22 )
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1830 Creeping - a promising genotype for introduction of dwarfness in mango.
Iyer C. P. A., Subramanyam M. D., Author Affiliation: Indian Inst. Hort. Res., Bangalore 560 089, India., 1986
Indian Journal of Horticulture , 43 ( 221-223 )
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