Leila Mekliche

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Fusarium head blight (FHB) is a major disease of wheat that has been studied worldwide but never in Algeria where high quantities of both durum wheat and common soft wheat are grown and traditionally consumed as semolina and bread. Fusarium root rot has also been observed in this country. Here we show that Fusarium culmorum seems to be the major pathogen(More)
Twenty landraces of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp.) scattered throughout Algeria were compared through morphological and genetic characterization. At the morphological level, for qualitative characters there was no intra-landrace variation and for quantitative characters the variations were low except for landrace NAG2 Three different cultigroups were(More)
15 genotypes of durum wheat, composed of 5 parental varities and 10 F5 lines selected in Algeria, were studied for evaluating thein behaviour to Septoria tritici Two trials were realised: one under green house conditions, where seedlings were inoculated artificially with Septoria tritici suspension, and another under in vitro conditions where detached(More)
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