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Author : Li, Y.R., ed.; Solomon, S., ed.
Title : Technologies to improve sugar productivity in developing countries: Proceedings of the international symposium IS - 2006, held at Guilin, P. R. China on 5 - 8 December 2006
Year of publication : 2006
Keywords : SUGARCANE AGRONOMY; SUGAR PRODUCTION; SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE; RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT; RESEARCH; PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES; DEVELOPING COUNTRIES;
Citation : Li, Y.R., ed.; Solomon, S., ed.; Technologies to improve sugar productivity in developing countries: Proceedings of the international symposium IS - 2006, held at Guilin, P. R. China on 5 - 8 December 2006; 2006
Location : LIB
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Author : Amberger, A.
Title : Soil fertility and plant nutrition in the tropics and subtropics
Year of publication : 2006
Keywords : AGRICULTURE; SOIL FERTILITY; SOIL DEGRADATION; PLANT NUTRITION; TROPICS; SUBTROPICS;
Citation : Amberger, A.; Soil fertility and plant nutrition in the tropics and subtropics; 2006
Location : CHEM
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Author : Rott, P.; Comstock, J. C.; Croft, B. J.; Kusalwong, A.; Saumtally, S.
Title : Report of the VIIth ISSCT Pathology Workshop, Louisiana, USA, 11-16 may, 2003
Year of publication : 2003
Keywords : Sugarcane; Diseases; Sugar cane yellow leaf virus; SCYLV; Viruses; Fungal diseases; Bacterial diseases; ;
Citation : Rott, P.; Comstock, J. C.; Croft, B. J.; Kusalwong, A.; Saumtally, S.; Report of the VIIth ISSCT Pathology Workshop, Louisiana, USA, 11-16 may, 2003; 2003
Location : Lib
Source : Sugar Tech; 5 (3): 199-202
Author : Aljanabi, S.; Parmessur, Y.; Dookun-Saumtally, A.
Title : Evaluation of genetic diversity in Saccharum officinarum clones using microsatellite markers
Year of publication : 2003
Keywords : Sugarcane; Saccharum officinarum; genetic diversity; biotechnology; molecular markers; ;
Citation : Aljanabi, S.; Parmessur, Y.; Dookun-Saumtally, A.; Evaluation of genetic diversity in Saccharum officinarum clones using microsatellite markers; 2003
Abstract : Microsatellites or simple sequence repeats (SSRs) are highly plymorphic and efficient markers for evaluating genetic diversity and determining cultivar identity. SSRs have recently been applied to sugarcane and their potential was investigated in this st
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Author : Forget, L.; Hoarau, J. Y.; Mungur, H.; Payet, J.; Badaloo, G.; Hellman, M.; Ramdoyal, K.; Wong Sak Hoi, L.; Raboin, L. M.; Dookun-Saumtally, A.; Offmann, B.
Title : Detection of QTAs for agronomic traits across crop cycles and seasons in two segregating populations
Year of publication : 2003
Keywords : Sugarcane; QTA; genetic diversity; biotechnology; ;
Citation : Forget, L.; Hoarau, J. Y.; Mungur, H.; Payet, J.; Badaloo, G.; Hellman, M.; Ramdoyal, K.; Wong Sak Hoi, L.; Raboin, L. M.; Dookun-Saumtally, A.; Offmann, B. ; Detection of QTAs for agronomic traits across crop cycles and seasons in two segregating populations; 2003
Abstract : Two segregating populations (P1 and P2) were evaluated for several agronomic traits related to the milling process in view of detecting QTAs controlling these traits. P1 was evaluated at CERF and consisted of 80 progenies, derived from a selfing of cv. R
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Author : Peres, C. A.; Baider, C.; Zuidema, P. A.; Wadt, L. H. O.; Kainer, K. A.; Gomes-Silva, D. A. P.; SalomŽo, R.; Sim_es, L.; Franciosi, E. R. N.; Cornejo, F. V.; Gribel, R.; Shepard Jr., G. H.; Kanashiro, M.; Coventry, P.; Yu, D. W.; Watkinson, A. R.; Freckle
Title : Demographic threats to the sustainability of Brazil nut exploitation
Year of publication : 2003
Keywords : Brazil nuts; ecology; sustainability; Brazil;
Citation : Peres, C. A.; Baider, C.; Zuidema, P. A.; Wadt, L. H. O.; Kainer, K. A.; Gomes-Silva, D. A. P.; SalomŽo, R.; Sim_es, L.; Franciosi, E. R. N.; Cornejo, F. V.; Gribel, R.; Shepard Jr., G. H.; Kanashiro, M.; Coventry, P.; Yu, D. W.; Watkinson, A. R.; Freckle; Demographic threats to the sustainability of Brazil nut exploitation; 2003
Abstract : A comparative analysis of 23 populations of the Brazil nut tree (Bertholletia excelsa) across the Brazilian, Peruvian, and Bolivian Amazon shows that the history and intensity of Brazil nut exploitation are major determinants of population size structure. Populations subjected to persistent levels of harvest lack juvenile trees less than 60 centimeters in diameter at breast height; only populations with a history of either light or recent exploitation contain large numbers of juvenile trees. A harvesting model confirms that intensive exploitation levels over the past century are such that juvenile recruitment is insufficient to maintain populations over the long term. Without management, intensively harvested populations will succumb to a process of senescence and demographic collapse, threatening this cornerstone of the Amazonian extractive economy.
Location : Herb
Source : Science; 302: 2112-2114
Author : ter Steege, H.; Pitman, N.; Sabatier, D.; Castellanos, H.; van der Hout, P.; Daly, D. C.; Silveira, M.; Phillips, O.; Vazquez, R.; van Andel, T.; Duivenvoorden, J.; de Oliveira, A. A.; Ek, R.; Lilwah, R.; Thomas, R.; van Essen, J.; Baider, C.; Maas, P.; M
Title : A spatial model of tree alpha-diversity and tree density for the Amazon
Year of publication : 2003
Keywords : Spatial model; Tree density; Amazon; Ecology; Brazil;
Citation : ter Steege, H.; Pitman, N.; Sabatier, D.; Castellanos, H.; van der Hout, P.; Daly, D. C.; Silveira, M.; Phillips, O.; Vazquez, R.; van Andel, T.; Duivenvoorden, J.; de Oliveira, A. A.; Ek, R.; Lilwah, R.; Thomas, R.; van Essen, J.; Baider, C.; Maas, P.; M; A spatial model of tree alpha-diversity and tree density for the Amazon; 2003
Abstract : Large-scale patterns of Amazonian biodiversity have until now been obscured by a sparse and scattered inventory record. Here we present the first comprehensive spatial model of tree (alpha)-diversity and tree density in Amazonian rainforests, based on th
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Source : Biodiversity and Conservation; 12 (11): 2255-2277
Author : Florens, F. B. V.; Baider, C.; Florens, D.; Sevathian, J.-C.
Title : Decline of the Dodo-tree: a case of broken down interaction with extinct species or the result of new interactions with alien invadors?
Year of publication : 2003
Keywords : Dodo; Fauna; ecology; Mauritius;
Citation : Florens, F. B. V.; Baider, C.; Florens, D.; Sevathian, J.-C.; Decline of the Dodo-tree: a case of broken down interaction with extinct species or the result of new interactions with alien invadors?; 2003
Abstract : The decline in the population of the mauritius endemic Tambalacoque tree (Sapotaceae) has been attributed to many factors including a broken down mutualism with Dodos. However little rigorous scientific data support these factors. We investigated the tree's ecology and identified two overwhelming threats that will enable the species' effective conservation.
Location : Herb
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Author : Florens, F. B. V.; Florens, D.; Sevathian, J.-C.; Baider, C.
Title : Life on the edge for Mauritian mountain native trees
Year of publication : 2003
Keywords : Dodo; Fauna; ecology; Mauritius;
Citation : Florens, F. B. V.; Florens, D.; Sevathian, J.-C.; Baider, C.; Life on the edge for Mauritian mountain native trees; 2003
Abstract : Much of the remaining Mauritian forests occur in our little studied mountainous areas. We used the once thought extinct Trochetia parviflora to investigate the major threats to survival of native species in such habitats. An alien weed-driven displacement of the species and its associated community towards steeper slopes is found.
Location : Herb
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Author : Ganeshan, S.; Soma, A.
Title : Sugar cane morphology affects the scale insect Aulacaspis tegalensis (Hemiptera: Diaspididae)
Year of publication : 2003
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Citation : Ganeshan, S.; Soma, A.; Sugar cane morphology affects the scale insect Aulacaspis tegalensis (Hemiptera: Diaspididae); 2003
Abstract : The scale insect Aulacaspis tegalensis is a chronic pest of sugar cane in the drier regions of Mauritius. Severe infestations by this insect can cause up to 34 per cent reduction in IRSC. Control of this pest relies on cultural practices such as cane tr
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