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Advances in Coffee Rust Research
World coffee production is worth about $15 billion annually, providing important export revenues and labor opportunities for tropical countries (23). Coffee rust, induced by Hemileia vastatrixExpand
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Coffee Rust: Epidemiology, Resistance and Management
Ce livre destine aux chercheurs et aux etudiants en phytopathologie constitue un etat des connaissances sur la rouille du cafeier et s'appuie sur une revue de la litterature sur le sujet, laquelleExpand
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Genetic diversity assessment of sub-samples of cacao, Theobroma cacao L. collections in West Africa using simple sequence repeats marker
Knowledge of genebank and on-farm genetic diversity, particularly in an introduced crop species, is crucial to the management and utilization of the genetic resources available. MicrosatelliteExpand
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Selection for bean and liquor qualities within related hybrids of Arabica coffee in multilocal field trials
The success of a new variety of Arabica coffee (Coffea arabica L.) depends to an important extent on its liquor and bean qualities. Selection for these traits is however constrained by the prevalenceExpand
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Genetic diversity and structure of farm and GenBank accessions of cacao (Theobroma cacao L.) in Cameroon revealed by microsatellite markers
The genetic diversity of 400 accessions collected in cacao farms, 95 GenBank, and 31 reference accessions was analyzed using the 12 microsatellite markers. The GenBank and reference accessions wereExpand
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Expression and mode of inheritance of resistance in coffee to leaf miner Perileucoptera coffeella
The coffee leaf miner (Perileucoptera coffeella, Guérin-Méneville), is the most serious pest on coffee in Brazil. Coffee varieties with resistance to this pest have been developed in Brazil usingExpand
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Prediction of genetic value for coffee production in Coffea arabica from a half-diallel with lines and hybrids
Genetic analysis of yield and morphological traits has been carried out in Coffea arabica from a half-diallel including the parental lines. The trial was established in west Cameroon with completelyExpand
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Transient expression of β-glucuronidase following biolistic delivery of foreign DNA into coffee tissues
Some conditions related to the transient expression of β-glucuronidase in biolistically-treated Coffea spp. tissues were investigated, and subsequently used in a promoter study. Bombardments wereExpand
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The use of leaf disk inoculations in assessing resistance to coffee leaf rust (Hemileia vastatrix)
  • A. Eskes
  • Biology
  • Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology
  • 1 July 1982
The suitability of inoculations of leaf disks of 1.8 cm diameter in determining resistance of coffee toHemileia vastatrix, the causal agent of coffee leaf rust, was studied. Results obtained by thisExpand
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Resistance to Meloidogyne incognita in Ethiopian Coffea arabica accessions
The Meloidogyne incognita nematode is a destructive, widespread pathogen of Coffea arabica varieties in Guatemala and in other coffee production countries. Nematode resistant Robusta (CoffeaExpand
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