cowpea plant


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sprawling Old World annual cultivated especially in southern United States for food and forage and green manure

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Number of nodules (A) and dry weight of nodules (B) per cowpea plant, after growth in soil under the effect of various vegetation covers
2:3] test, reproduction was assessed either by a J2 hatch from whole washed root systems of 90-d-old cowpea plants or by growing tomato plants in the soil following the cowpea plant and by a root-galling bioassay.
Cowpea plants were incorporated within 4 d of harvest, when they were still succulent.
05 Table 4: Residual effect of AM fungi, anyrhizobium inoculation on Proximate analyses of cowpea plants at harvest (70 DAP).
9 in deep) was filled with 8 kg soil; and in each pot 20 sunn hemp plants, or 20 sorghum sudangrass plants, or 4 velvetbean plants, or 4 cowpea plants were grown, which was about triple density as in the field.
These cowpea plants showed leaf chlorosis, reduced growth and vigor, and partial defoliation.
Researchers at the Danish Veterinary Institute for Virus Research have demonstrated a vaccine derived from cowpea plants that protects minks against a virus called mink enteritis, which belongs to a group of viruses that plague dogs and cats.
However, there is the need to undertake another study using a technique that will help in finding out whether pollen grains deposited on the stigmas of flowers visited by the insects are actually deposited there by the insects, and if such pollen grains are from flowers of other cowpea plants.
Nymphs successfully reached the adult stage only eating on cowpea plants and the combination of mint + oat.
2007), who studied the effect of salinity on cowpea plants and observed a significant increase in the contents of Na and Cl in the stem; however, in the leaves, the salinity influenced only the contents of chloride.
The overall objective was to develop a more efficient indirect method for screening cowpea plants for heat tolerance during the reproductive stage.