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Author: Pardeep Kumar

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City: New Delhi | State: Delhi, India

About Me: Scientist, Plant Quarantine Division, ICAR- National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources, Pusa Campus, New Delhi- 110 012

Articles by Pardeep Kumar:
  • Fungal diseases of Blackgram and Greengram in India and their Control Measures ( 3881 reads)   

    Blackgram and greengram have played a very important role in human diet in India as a rich source of protein. But, major constraints in achieving the yield of pulses in India is the occurrence of various diseases and pests. Hence, management of fungal diseases of is very important to improve yield potential of blackgram and greengram. - Category: Agriculture
  • Atlernaria Toxins: Impacts on Plants and Animals ( 900 reads)   

    Alternaria toxins are phytotoxins produced by Alternaria spp. that cause plant diseases on cereals, fruits, oil crops, ornamentals and vegetable plants and there is strong evidence that they may be mutagenic and carcinogenic in animals including humans - Category: Agriculture
  • Nigrospora Oryzae: An Endophyte of Potential Application in Agriculture ( 3104 reads)   

    Nigrospora oryzae is a fast growing fungus which acts as an endophyte, saprophyte, and also as a weak pathogen depending upon host and environmental conditions. As an endophye, N. oryzae has potential as biocontrol agent against WSGs; as an antibacterial & antifungal drug for plants and animals. - Category: Agriculture




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