• Publications
  • Influence
Effect of Beauveria bassiana mixed with diatomaceous earth on mortality, mycosis and sporulation of Rhyzopertha dominica on stored wheat
TLDR
The findings from these studies proved that the extended exposure interval and the highest combined dose rate of the entomopathogenic fungus and the diatomaceous earth gave the maximum mortality of the beetles. Expand
Influence of various fungicides on the management of rice blast disease.
TLDR
All the fungicides proved to be affective in the management of rice blast disease but Rabicide, Nativo and Score proved effective in all the three weeks in reducing the disease percentage more in 3 rd week. Expand
Multiple Resistances Against Formulated Organophosphates, Pyrethroids, and Newer-Chemistry Insecticides in Populations of Helicoverpa armigera (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) from Pakistan
TLDR
Findings suggest that the newer-chemistry insecticides with different modes of action could be included in insecticide rotations or replace the older insecticides. Expand
Infection of Helicoverpa armigera by endophytic Beauveria bassiana colonizing tomato plants
TLDR
It is suggested that endophytic colonization of B. bassiana has potential as an effective strategy to control H. armigera in tomatoes. Expand
Role of mineral metabolism and some physiological factors in resistance against urdbean leaf crinkle virus in blackgram genotypes.
TLDR
Investigation of the role of mineral metabolism, total soluble phenols, total chlorophyll and total soluble sugar in the defense of the blackgram genotypes indicated that crinkling and puckering of ULCV-infected leaves was found more severe in those plants having highly significant reduction in leaf Ca content. Expand
GROWTH AND IONIC COMPOSITION OF SALT-STRESSED EUCALYPTUS CAMALDULENSIS AND EUCALYPTUS TERETICORNIS
The effect of NaCl salinity on growth, biomass and ionic composition of Eucalyptus camaldulensis and E. tereticornis was studied in a nutrient solution experiment. Species were grown with control (noExpand
Salicylic acid and jasmonic acid can suppress green and blue moulds of citrus fruit and induce the activity of polyphenol oxidase and peroxidase
Abstract The ability of salicylic acid and jasmonic acid to suppress post-harvest infection with green mould Penicillium digitatum and blue mould P. italicum on three citrus species Citrus reticulataExpand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...