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Advances in cowpea research
by International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences in Ibadan, Tsukuba
Written in English
Selected papers from the 2nd World Cowpea Research Conference held at Accra, Ghana, 3-7 September 1995.
|Statement||edited by B.B. Singh ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Singh, B. B. 1939-, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture., Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences., World Cowpea Research Conference, (2nd : 1995 : Accra, Ghana)|
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Shoot and pod diseases of cowpea induced by fungi and bacteria. Nematodes and other soiborne pathogens of cowpea. Characterization of new resistance to root-knot nematodes in cowpea.
Advances in research on cowpea striga and alectra. Variation in virulence of striga gesnerioides on cowpea: new source of crop s: 2.
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After decades of research on cowpea, significant amount of omics datasets are available and useful in understanding the genetic relationship between Vigna unguiculata ssp. unguiculata and other species belonging to the same genus as well as its genetic variation.
Besides, the development of genetic map allowed the chromosome localization of molecular markers. Recent advances in cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp.] omics research for genetic improvement. headquarters at Ibadan, Nigeria as a cowpea breeder, where I continued working on breeding cowpea varieties with improved plant type and early maturity until my retirement in This book is a compilation of all that I have learned about cowpea and its emerging importance in many countries as a major food legume in the coming decades.
Emechebe AM, Florini DA () Shoot and pod diseases of Advances in cowpea research book induced by fungi and bacteria. In: Singh BB, Mohan Raj DR, Dashiell KE et al (eds) Advances in cowpea research.
(Co-publication of International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) and Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences (JIRCAS)). Nielsen et al., In: Advances in Cowpea Research, B.B. Singh, D.R. Mohan Raj, K.E. Dashiell, L.E.N. Jackai, Editors. I.I.T.A., Ibadan, Nigeria.
Tarawali SA, Singh BB, Peters M, Blade SF () Cowpea haulms as fodder. In: Singh BB, Mohan Raj DR, Dashiell KE, Jackai LEN (eds) Advances in Cowpea Research. Copublication of International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) and Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences (JIRCAS).
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The cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp.] is cultivated widely in several countries due to its social, economic, and nutritional importance .The aim of growing cowpea crop in such a huge quantity is to market its grains. These species are abundant in the regions of Latin America, Africa, and Asia, while Nigeria, Niger, and Brazil are emerging as the leading producers of cowpea .
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The contents cover latest research in materials and their applications relevant to composites, metals, alloys, polymers, energy and phase change. In this chapter, several characteristics of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata), including nutritional and nutraceutical properties, and economic and social aspects of production were analysed with the objective to demonstrate that cowpea is a culture suitable for inclusion in food security programs.
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