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Evaluation of Mustard (Brassica compestris Var. Toria) and Legume Intercropping under 1: 1 and 2:1 Row-Replacement Series Systems
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Banik، P. نويسنده , , Sasmal، T. نويسنده , , Ghosal، P. K. نويسنده , , Bagchi، D. K. نويسنده ,
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روزنامه با شماره پیاپی سال 2000
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Associations between the golden metallic beetle, Buprestis aurulenta L., and wooddestroying fungi were explored with adult beetles collected from log decks. A variety of fungi were isolated from the beetle bodies by four methods. A total of 863 isolations were made from 59 females and 21 males. There was no significant difference between the microflora associated with male and female adult beetles. Hyphomycetes constituted 91.4% of all isolates. Zygomycetes and yeasts represented 5.8% of the total number of isolates. Basidiomycetes were infrequently isolated (2.8%), suggesting that this buprestid does not consistently vector decay fungi into woody debris.
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actual yield loss , intercropping , intercropping advantage , legume , monetary advantage , mustard
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Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science
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