Role of Phytoecdysteroids in Insect Pest Management: A Review

@article{Chaubey2017RoleOP,
  title={Role of Phytoecdysteroids in Insect Pest Management: A Review},
  author={Mukesh Kumar Chaubey},
  journal={Journal of Agronomy},
  year={2017},
  volume={17},
  pages={1-10}
}
  • M. Chaubey
  • Published 15 December 2017
  • Biology
  • Journal of Agronomy
Background and Objective: Climate change influence crops through its effects on the growing, development and yield. Research on climate change risk in staple food crops has been implemented in South Sumatra, Indonesia. The objective of this study was to assess level of climate change risk in staple food crops production (paddy, corn and soybean). Materials and Methods: This study used data of temperature, rainfall, sea level rise, hythergraph, irrigation, production of staple food crops and… 

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