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The results showed that the proline applied at different levels, especially as foliar spraying at two stages of 6-leafy and flowering cause more production of cowpea under normal and water stress conditions.
Here we identified species of naturally occurring stink bug egg parasitoids and their host interactions on soybean and cowpea in mid-northern Brazil.
In order to conduct the experiment the factorial method was used in the form of randomized complete block design with three replications and 5 treatments of cowpea varieties and 4 fertilizer treatments based on the objectives which were considered for the project.
allows farmers to store cowpeas, ensuring a supply of clean cowpeas for consumption and sale for many months following their harvest.
Sani Moussa, who grows cowpeas in the Maradi region of Niger, has used PICS since 2010.
2009) observed a reduction in germination percentage, shoot length and root length of cowpea treated with gasoline and diesel fuel mixture.
Studies have shown that soyabeans has the highest level of proteins among the food legumes with crude protein range of 40% to 43% (Ene-Obong and Carnovale, 1992; Apata and Ologbobo, 1994) and is reported to have a higher nutritional quality than most other legumes like cowpea, pigeon pea, jack bean, kidney bean, lima bean etc.
The containers are particles of the Cowpea mosaic virus, which is ideally suited for designing biomaterial at the nanoscale.
Structures and functions of oligopeptides were described for violet-flowered petunia Petunia inflata, bell pepper Capsicum annuum, tomato Lycopersicon esculentum, potato Solanum tuberosum, common sunflower Helianthus annuus, cowpea Vigna unguiculata, wheat Triticum kiharae, sorghum Sorghum vulgare, maize Zea mays, Persian tobacco Nicotiana alata, common tobacco Nicotiana tabacum, spinach Spinacia oleracea, Japanese morning glory Pharabitus nil, buckwheat Fagopyrum esculentum, dahlia Dahlia merckii, radish Raphanus sativus, rape Brassica napus, rubber tree Hevea brasiliensis, and kidney bean Phaseolus vulgaris.
Due to these attributes cowpea residues have been found to decompose very fast (Franzluebbers et al.
In their work, cowpea, ginger, black tea, green tea, rice bran and fenugreek extracts were prepared using extraction with 70% ethanol or water.