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FLORISTIC COMPOSITIONS ALONG AN 18 - KM LONG TRANSECT IN AYUBIA NATIONAL PARK DISTRICT ABBOTTABAD, PAKISTAN
The floristic variation in Himalayan moist temperate coniferous forests in Pakistan is poorly understood. Wet temperate forests of Pakistan are interesting because at suitable elevations it mergeExpand
INDIGENOUS USES OF MEDICINAL PLANTS IN RURAL AREAS OF DERA GHAZI KHAN, PUNJAB, PAKISTAN
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Information is documented about traditional remedies before they are lost in D. G. Khan for the first time to collect first hand knowledge of local medicinal plants and their usage. Expand
Determination of minimum inhibitory concentrations of fungicides against fungus Fusarium mangiferae.
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Fungus proved highly sensitive to type-I fungicides (Benlate 50 WP, Carbendazim, Topsin-M 70 WP and Copper oxychloride 50 WP) with 100% suppression at tested MICs, to devise suitable control strategy to curb malformation in mango orchards. Expand
MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS OF VEGETATION OF CHAPURSAN VALLEY: AN ALPINE MEADOW IN PAKISTAN
Climatically the Chapursan Valley (Gilgit) is classified as alpine region but floristically it may be characterized as a part of Eastern Irano-Turanian region. Presence/absence data were used toExpand
Analysis of genetic diversity in chickpea ( Cicer arietinum L.) cultivars using random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers
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The results from this study may be useful to maximize the selection of diverse parent cultivars and to broaden the germplasm base in the future for chickpea breeding programs and can also be used in identifying efficient strategies for the sustainable management of the genetic resources of chick pea crop. Expand
RAPD analysis of Fusarium Isolates Causing “Mango Malformation” Disease in Pakistan
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RAPD proved a reproducible and tractable means of differentiating Fusarium isolates, suggesting that some infections originate not from adjacent plants within an orchard but from geographically distant areas, and that improved plant hygiene could significantly curb MM infection and spread. Expand
The vegetation of Cholistan and Thai deserts, Pakistan
Abstract Cholistan and Thai desert areas extend over a 500 km north-south transition from 200 to 120 mm rainfall. They were sampled by repeated 100-m long transects at 55 sites. Ordination (DECORANA)Expand
ALLELOPATHIC EFFECTS OF RAIN LEACHATES AND ROOT EXUDATES OF CENCHRUS CILIARIS L. AND BOTHRIOCHLOA PERTUSA (L.) A. CAMUS
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It is concluded that the phytotoxicity was depending upon the concentration of rain leachates and root exudates, test species involved, and physiological parameters measured. Expand
COMBATING MANGO MALFORMATION THROUGH AN INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT STRATEGY
Malformation has assumed an alarming position due to increasing losses day by day. The problem is intensified due to lack of resistance in available local and exotic cultivars. In order to maintainExpand
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