Abdelhadi Guechi

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In the region of Sétif, peacock leaf spot disease caused byCycloconium oleaginum was found to be most prevalent in the period from late autumn to spring and of minor significance in the period from the beginning of July until the middle of November. Severity of infection on the lower parts was greater than on the upper parts of the trees. Damage on leaves(More)
Several methods can be used to provide water to plants in cropping systems where irrigation is necessary. For instance, drip irrigation has recently received much attention due to its advantages for water conservation. The type of irrigation can also impact the development of several pathogens responsible for soilborne diseases. Here, we studied the effect(More)
This study investigates how AlGaAs/GaAs thin film solar cells perform under varying global solar spectrum due to the changes of environmental parameters such as the air mass and the atmospheric turbidity. The solar irradiance striking the solar cell is simulated using the spectral irradiance model SMARTS2 (Simple Model of the Atmospheric Radiative Transfer(More)
In this work, the preparation of anorthite based ceramics using a modified milling system and 80 wt% kaolin (DD2 type) and 20 wt% calcium oxide extracted from CaCO3 is shown. The choice of these raw materials was dictated by their natural abundance. Previous studies have shown that a simple and vibratory multidirectional milling system using a bimodal(More)
Soil-borne fungal and bacterial root pathogens can cause serious losses to agricultural crops. Resistant plant varieties are not available for several soil-borne pathogens and chemical control is often insufficiently effective in soil. The enhancement of disease suppressive properties of soils will limit disease development, thus, being of great importance(More)
A phytotoxic substance (C23H44O3) which is named ‘Substance A’, was purified from olive leaves infected withCycloconium oleaginum Cast. The mutagenic effect of this substance was detected using TA 100 and TA 102 strains ofSalmonella in the Ames test usingBacillus subtilis strains M45 rec−, H17 rec+ in the rec assay. Another substance manifesting the(More)
Fluorescent Pseudomonad spp. were isolated from the rhizosphere of potato plants (Algeria) by serial dilutions of rhizosphere soils on Kings B medium and were tested for their antifungal activity. The antifungal activity of the Pseudomonas isolated from Potatoes rhizosphere was tested against Pythium ultimum, Rhizoctonia solani and Fusarium oxysporum in(More)
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