Romain W Soalla

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Molecular identification of fungal taxa commonly transmitted through seeds of sorghum in Western Africa is lacking. In the present study, farm-saved seeds, collected from four villages in Northern Burkina Faso, were surface sterilized and the distribution of fungal DNA in seeds and seven-day-old seedlings was analyzed by 18S ribosomal DNA (rDNA) amplicon(More)
Bambara groundnut is an important source of protein to the rural majority in sub-Saharan Africa. However, small farmers grow locally adapted landraces which are generally low yielding. Adequate knowledge of variability within Bambara groundnut germplasm collections is crucial for crop improvement and has important implications for conservation, management(More)
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