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Genetic Engineering of Maize for Drought Tolerance In Eastern And Central Africa
Maize, the most important staple food crop in East and Central Africa (ECA), is affected by drought – the single most important abiotic factor responsible for up to 70% maize loss. In the year 2008, a project funded to ...
Use of Isoenzyme Phenotypes to Characterise the Major Rootknot Nematodes (Meloidogyne Spp.) Parasitising Indigenous Leafy Vegetables In Kisii
Root knot nematodes belonging to the genus Meloidogyne are the most economically important group of plant parasitic nematodes. Their worldwide distribution, extensive host range and interaction with other plant pathogens ...