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Relation between the anatomical structure of small branches and the cacao's tolerance to mirids

Nguyen-Ban Jean, Gaussares I.. 1999. Relation between the anatomical structure of small branches and the cacao's tolerance to mirids. In : Efficacité de la production cacaoyère et la qualité du cacao au 21è. Actes = The efficacy of cocoa production and the quality of cocoa in the 21st century ; La eficacia da producao e a qualidade do cacau no seculo XX ; La eficacia de la produccion del cacao y la calidad del cacao en el siglo XXI : proceedings ; atas ; actas. Lagos : Cocoa Producers' Alliance, p. 409. ISBN 9839906348 Conférence internationale sur la recherche cacaoyère. 12, Salvador de Bahia, Brésil, 17 November 1996/23 November 1996.

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Titre espagnol : Relacion entre la estructura anatoomica de las ramas menores y la resistencia del arbol del cacao a los miridios

Abstract : In the study of the cacao tree's varietal resistance to mirids, microtests in the laboratory combined with observations in the field have revealed the existence of 2 different "behavioural groups" among the cultivars of sclected cacao in the Ivory Coast. A phenological and anatomical study of cacao branches bas been carried out on sensitive and tolerant clones with a view to establishing a connection between their anatomical structure and their behaviour in relation to the bugs, under field conditions. The role of the various cellular layers as well as the physic.al characteristics of the clones in the way they respond to attacks by mirids are discussed in this paper. (Résumé d'auteur)

Classification Agris : H10 - Pests of plants

Auteurs et affiliations

  • Nguyen-Ban Jean, CIRAD-CP-DDC (FRA)
  • Gaussares I.

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