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Evaluation of biomass production and nutritive value of nine Panicum maximum ecotypes in Central region of Benin.
maximum were evaluated in central region of Benin with an average 1100 mm annual rainfall during 3 years for ley pasture without any fertiliser input. Three cutting regimes (3-10-3, 5-6-5 and…
Quantitative assessment of palm oil wastes generated by mills in Southern Benin
This study quantitatively assesses the palm oil wastes generated by mills and describes their management in Southern Benin to assess the role of waste management in developing countries.
Farmers' Perception and Response to Soil Erosion While Abiotic Factors Are the Driving Forces in Sudanian Zone of Benin
Sudanian drier zone is characterized by a natural phenomenon of soil collapse called "Donga". The main objective of this study is to contribute to a better understanding of the Donga process as…
Two New Kremastochrysopsis species, K. austriaca sp. nov. and K. americana sp. nov. (Chrysophyceae)1
- D. Remias, Lenka Procházková, L. Nedbalová, R. Andersen, K. Valentin
- BiologyJournal of phycology
- 27 November 2019
Melting summer snow in the Austrian Alps exhibited a yellowish bloom that was mainly comprised of an unidentified unicellular chrysophyte, and two new species were described, Kremastochrysopsis austriaca sp.
Response to fertilizer of native grasses (Pennisetum polystachion and Setaria sphacelata ) and legume (Tephrosia pedicellata ) of savannah in Sudanian Benin
Response to nitrogen fertilizer of 2 grass species, Pennisetum polystachion and Setaria sphacelata, and one legume Tephrosia pedicellata was studied in northern Benin and showed good performance under cultivation.
Effect of moisture stress on leaf silicification of three tropical fodder species (Pennisetum purpureum, Panicum maximum Cv. C1, and P. maximum Jacq.) in Republic of Benin (West Africa)
Diversity of Medicinal Plants and Preliminary Parameterization of their Uses in Benin (Western Africa)
- Padonou Elie Antoine, K. Valentin, Djègo Julien Gaudence, Sinsin Brice Augustin
- Environmental Science
An investigation was conducted in Benin botanical gardens, endogenous therapeutic gardens and forests in order to assess diversity of medicinal plants and their endogenous, alimentary and medicinal importance, finding that Polygaceae and Flacourtiaceae are the mostly threatened.
"Competition for Resources in a Changing World: New Drive for Rural Development" Dentrometrical Characterisation of a Common Plant Species (Anogeissus leiocarpa (DC.) Guill. & Perr.) in Pendjari…
Anogeissus leiocarpa is a dominant plant species of woodlands on non-flooded soils. This species is a more used fire wood in peripheral of the Pendjari Biosphere Reserve (PBR). The present study…