References on Mango

391 Effect of various stages of fruit maturity and different levels of pulp extraction on the germination of mango stones.
Shant P. S., Saproo B. L., Author Affiliation: Fruit Research Station, Udheywalla, Jammu, India., 1974
Bangladesh Horticulture , 2 ( 49-50 )
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392 Flowering and [fruit] development of the mango.
Smith J. H. E., Author Affiliation: Nelspruit, South Africa., 1976
Information Bulletin, Citrus and Subtropical Fruit Research Institute , ( 9-10 )
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393 Studies on control of blackspot formation on mangoes.
Chhatpar H. S., Modi V. V., Pandit V. B., Author Affiliation: M.S. University of Baroda, Baroda, India., 1975
Current Science , 44 ( 674 )
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394 Some seed-sowing suggestions.
Vincent R. F., , 1974
California Rare Fruit Growers Yearbook , 6 ( 251-267 )
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395 Nucleic acid and protein levels in healthy and malformed panicles of mango cultivars.
Pandey R. M., Singh R. N., Rao M. M., Author Affiliation: Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi, India., 1976
Science and Culture , 41 ( 385-386 )
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396 Tropical crops.
, , 1975
Australia, Queensland Department of Primary Industries: Annual report 1974-75. , ( 51 pp. )
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397 Biochemical changes in the developing mango fruit (Mangifera indica L.) cv. Dashehari.
Pandey R. M., Rao M. M., Singh R. N., Author Affiliation: Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi, India., 1974
Progressive Horticulture , 5 ( 47-59 )
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398 Insect pollination of Anacardium occidentale L., Mangifera indica L., Blighia sapida Koenig and Persea americana Mill.
Free J. B., Williams I. H., Author Affiliation: Rothamsted Experimental Station, Harpenden, UK., 1976
Tropical Agriculture , 53 ( 125-139 )
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399 Anatomical studies of mango graft union.
Tiwari J. P., Rajput C. B. S., Author Affiliation: Fruit Research Station, U.P. Agricultural University, Pantnagar, India., 1972
Plant Science , 4 ( 29-32 )
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400 New technique evolved at Maddur Horticultural Farm for raising mango stock plants in coconut husk for propagation.
Gowda M. H. M., Author Affiliation: Maddur Horticultural Farm, Mandya, India., 1974
Lal-Baugh , 19 ( 13-16 )
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401 Maladies of mango fruit: a review of their causes and cure.
Lele V. C., Varma A., Raychaudhuri S. P., , 1975
Progressive Horticulture , 7 ( 39-46 )
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402 Leaf spot disease of mango caused by Rhizoctonia bataticola (Taub.) Butl.
Gupta J. H., Srivastava V. P., Author Affiliation: Government Fruit Research Station, Basti, U.P., India., 1975
Progressive Horticulture , 7 ( 51-52 )
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403 Histopathology of mango die-back caused by Botryodiplodia theobromae.
Verma O. P., Singh R. D., Author Affiliation: Udaipur University, Campus-Jobner, India., 1974
Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology , 4 ( 216-217 )
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404 Studies on the root activity and soil feeding zones of mango (Mangifera indica L.) using 32P.
Bhojappa K. M., Singh R. N., Author Affiliation: Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi, India., 1973
Newsletter, Indian Society for Nuclear Techniques in Agriculture and Biology , 2 ( 112-113 )
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405 The post-harvest handling of sub-tropical fruits.
Swarts D. H., Author Affiliation: Citrus and Subtropical Fruit Research Institute, Nelspruit, South Africa., 1976
Citrus and Subtropical Fruit Journal , ( 14-18, 22 )
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