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Demographic and phylogenetic evolution of Sitophilus zeamais subservient to maize in different agroecological zones in Senegal
In Senegal, maize is mainly exploited in the agroecological zones of the NBA1, SBA2, SOHC3, BMC4, and ZSP5. Where it is heavily ravaged by a beetle Curculionidae, Sitophilus zeamais. The extent ofExpand
Comparative Study of Demographic and Phylogenetic Evolution of Sitophilus Zeamais Subservient to 2 Host Plants (Millet and Maize) in Senegal (West Africa)
The maize weevil is a cosmopolitan insect very adapted to the arid climate. This characteristic predisposed it to the massive destruction of many cereals exploited under this type of climate. InExpand
Assessment of the Genetic Diversity of Sitophilus Zeamais in Countries of the Sahelo-Sudanian Zone (Senegal, Mali, Niger, Burkina Faso, Guinea Conakry)
Maize is exploited substantially in the countries of the semi-arid zone of West Africa [5] where it plays essential economic and social functions. But these functions are seriously threatened byExpand
Comparative Study of the Genetic Variability of Sitophilus Zeamais Subservient to 2 Host Plants (Millet and Maize) in Senegal (West Africa)
Millet and maize, because of the importance of their yields, constitute a reliable alternative to the question of sovereignty and food security. These cereals are exploited in all agroecologicalExpand