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Dakora, Felix D.

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Date: 2016-06-01
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1538
Description: The genetic diversity and identification of slow- and fast- growing soybean root nodule bacterial isolates from different agro-climatic regions in Mpumalanga, Limpopo and Gauteng Provinces of South Af ... More
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Date: 2015-12-01
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1536
Description: In the Cape Fynbos of South Africa, Psoralea pinnata (L.) plants occur naturally in both wetland and welldrained soils and yet effectively fix N2 under the two contrasting conditions. In this study, n ... More
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Date: 2011-09-21
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1529
Description: The aim of this study was to evaluate plant growth, grain yield and symbiotic N contribution by 32 cowpea genotypes, at Taung in South Africa. The data from a 2-year field study conducted in 2005 and ... More
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Date: 2010-03-10
Subject: Acacia senegal | Cowpea
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1419
Description: Although nodulated legumes have been used by indigenous peoples in Africa for centuries, their full potential has never been realized. With modern technology, there is scope for rapid improvement of b ... More
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Date: 2009/07/20
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:3442
Description: Background: Symbiotic N2 fixation in legumes is constrained by many factors, including the paucity of suitable soil rhizobia To maximise growth of legume species therefore often requires the applicati ... More
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Date: 2009-04-29
Subject: Plant growth | N-fixed
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1525
Description: In this study, 30 cowpea genotypes were assessed for symbiotic N2 fixation in 2005, and 15 of them were reevaluated in 2006 using the 15N natural abundance technique. Shoot dry matter yield of cowpea ... More
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Date: 2009-01-01
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1438
Description: To assess the symbiotic dependency of grain and shrub/tree legumes within five agro-ecological zones of Botswana, fully expanded leaves of the test species were sampled from about 26 study sites withi ... More
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Date: 2009
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1532
Description: Using thin-layer chromatography, 16 bacterial isolates from root nodules of 8 different Psoralea species were quantitatively assessed for their exudation of the metabolites lumichrome, riboflavin and ... More
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Date: 2008/10/22
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:3320
Description: Three newly selected strains of Cyclopia rhizobia together with an inoculant strain, which has never been tested in the field with adequate experimental design, was assessed under both nursery and fie ... More
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Date: 2008/09/12
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:3319
Description: In 2005 and 2006, 30 and 15 cowpea genotypes were respectively evaluated for plant growth and symbiotic performance at Manga in Northern Ghana, in order to identify N2-fixing potential of these cowpea ... More
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Date: 2008/08/27
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:3318
Description: Few studies have assessed the levels of symbiotic N nutrition in legumes grown by farmers in Africa. In this study, the shoots of cowpea plants were sampled from 63 farms in 12 villages within 5 distr ... More
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Date: 2008/08/22
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:3302
Description: A field experiment involving two plant densities (83,333 and 166,666 plants per hectare), two cropping systems (monoculture and mixed culture) and five cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp.) genotypes (3 ... More
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Date: 2007
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:2496
Description: A 2-factorial experiment, involving three levels of phosphorus (0, 40, and 80 kg/ha) and four cropping systems (mono-crop, maize–cowpea inter-row, maize–cowpea intra-row, and maize–cowpea intra-hole c ... More
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