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Comparative pathogenesis and mating type of Moroccan isolates of Pyricularia grisea (Magnaporthe grisea) from rice and Stenotaphrum secundatum.
Ethnobotanical Study of Medicinal Plants in the Province of Settat (Morocco)
trapezoidale, est situee au centre du Maroc dans la region de Chaouia-Ourdigha, entre l’Atlas et l’Atlantique, sur 33°00’22.38’’ de Latitude Nord, 7°37’08.77’’ de Longitude West et 290 m d’Altitude.… Expand
Glucuronan and oligoglucuronans isolated from green algae activate natural defense responses in apple fruit and reduce postharvest blue and gray mold decay
- E. Abouraïcha, Z. El Alaoui-Talibi, +6 authors C. EL Modafar
- Journal of Applied Phycology
- 23 December 2017
The findings showed that glucuronan and even more oligoglucuronans treatments could be a promising method to reduce dependency on synthetic fungicides. Expand
Biostimulants Derived from Moroccan Seaweeds: Seed Germination Metabolomics and Growth Promotion of Tomato Plant
- A. Mzibra, A. Aasfar, +5 authors Issam Meftah Kadmiri
- Journal of Plant Growth Regulation
- 7 April 2020
The study shows the potential of PEEs from Moroccan seaweed to be used as biostimulants for a sustainable agriculture by indicating a significant increase of GP and GS associated with a significant reduction of MGT of tomato seeds treated with 0.02 mg mL −1 of Pees. Expand
Identifying multiple physiological responses associated with salinity-tolerance for evaluating three tomato cultivars selected from Moroccan territory.
Biological Control of Tomato Grey Mould with Compost Water Extracts, Trichoderma sp., and Gliocladium sp.
Compost water extracts prepared from animal sources (horse, sheep, and cattle) and a plant source (olive) were tested for their control of leaf grey mould on tomato and compost extracts derived from horses achieved similar and significant reductions in grey mould as compared to the water control. Expand
Floristic and ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants of Kénitra (Maroc).
BIBLIOGRAPHIC INVENTORY OF TANGIERS FUNGI: CATALOGUE OF THE ASCOMYCETES FUNGAL FLORA
The region of Tangier considered as an area that offers an important natural resource, yet the condition of its mycoflora is not utilized because of the lack of data, so the present catalog of fungal flora constitutes a large contribution to the knowledge of the biodiversity of fungi in the region. Expand
The effect of salt concentration and pH on the heat resistance of Escherichia coli in tryptic soy broth.
- S. Oulkheir, K. Ounine, +4 authors B. Attarassi
- Medicine, Biology
- Acta microbiologica et immunologica Hungarica
- 26 November 2007
This study indicates that heat resistance of strain EC1 was enhanced after acid or thermal adaptation, however, heat resistanceof strain EC2 was enhanced only after thermal adaptation. Expand
Pathogenic capacity of Helminthosporium spiciferum : Foliar parasite of rice in Morocco
In this study, artificially inoculation of six rice varieties widely cultured in the Gharb with Helminthosporium spiciferum showed different sensitivities against this isolate used. The foliar… Expand