References on Mango

61 Verticillium wilt of mango trees.
Pinkas J., Chorin M., Author Affiliation: Volcani Institute of Agricultural Research, Bet Dagan, Israel., 1970
Hassadeh , 50 ( 1124-1125 )
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62 Flower induction in mango (Mangifera indica L.) by 2-chloroethane phosphonic acid and its possible use in control of biennial bearing.
Chacko E. K., Kohli R. R., Randhawa G. S., Author Affiliation: Institute of Horticultural Research, Bangalore-6, India., 1972
Current Science , 41 ( 501 )
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63 Effect of microsuccession on the stems of Mangifera indica IV. Changes in the mechanical properties (bending, compression and tension) of the decaying stems, colonized by microfungi.
Udainarain, Yadav A. S., Author Affiliation: Rajendra Coll., Chapra., 1971
Indian Phytopathology , 24 ( 705-708 )
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64 Three new hosts for Discosia hiptages.
Shreemali J. L., Author Affiliation: Bhagalpur Univ., Bihar., 1971
Indian Phytopathology , 24 ( 826-828 )
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65 Behaviour of varieties of mango (Mangifera indica L.) in relation to Aceria mangiferae (Sayed) (Acarina: Eriophyidae).
Reis P. R., Camargo A. H. de, Igue T., Rossetto C. J., Author Affiliation: Instituto Agronomica, Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil., 1970
Revista de Agricultura, Brazil , 45 ( 145-151 )
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66 Gummosis, die-back, and fruit rot disease of mango (Mangifera indica L.) caused by Physalospora rhodina (B. & C.) Cke. in Puerto Rico.
Avarez-Garcia L. A., Lopez-Garcia J., Author Affiliation: Agric. Exp. Sta., Mayaguez Campus, Univ. Puerto Rico, Rio Pedras., 1971
Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico , 55 ( 435-450 )
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67 Au Rumani - a new hybrid mango (Rumani X Mulgoa).
Swamy G. S., Rao S. N., Tatachari Y., Author Affiliation: Regional Fruit Res. Sta., Anantharajupet, AP, India., 1970
South Indian Horticulture , 18 ( 81-84 )
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68 Weed control in lime, avocado and mango groves.
Harkness R. W., Byrd C. D., Author Affiliation: Agric. Res. Educ. Center, Inst. Food Agric. Scis., Homestead, Florida 33030, USA., 1971
Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society , 84 ( 285-290 )
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69 Chemical analysis of Mangifera indica Linn. exudate.
Farooqi M. I. H., Author Affiliation: National Botanic Gardens, Lucknow, India., 1972
Science and Culture , 38 ( 38-39 )
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70 Nodulsisporium indicum sp. nov. causing leaf spot disease of Mangifera indica Linn.
Reddy S. M., Bilgrami K. S., Author Affiliation: Osmania University, Warangal, AP, India., 1972
Science and Culture , 38 ( 41-42 )
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71 Mango rootstock experiment in Pandean.
Kusumo S., Author Affiliation: Tjabang Lembaga Penelitian Hortikult., Malang, Indonesia., 1971
Bul. Hortikult. Tjahort , ( 1-17 )
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72 Mango varieties suitable for dessert.
Kusumo S., Tjiptosuhardjo S., Author Affiliation: Tjabang Lembaga Penelitian Hortikult., Malang, Indonesia., 1971
Bul. Hortikult. Tjahort , ( 1-24 )
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73 Effects of age and position on mineral composition of mango leaves.
Koo R. C. J., Young T. W., Author Affiliation: Florida University, Lake Alfred., 1972
Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science , 97 ( 792-794 )
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74 A survey of the aroma composition of Philippine fruits.
Aspiras A. B., Tocino E. M., Author Affiliation: Philippine University College of Agriculture., 1971
Philippine Agriculturist , 55 ( 67-82 )
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75 Control of spoilage and ripening in mango fruit by zineb and sodium diethyldithiocarbamate.
Subramanyam H., Moorthy N. V. N., Author Affiliation: Central Food Technological Research Institute, Mysore, India., 1973
Pesticide Science , 4 ( 25-31 )
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