Dolichos


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Dolichos

An ancient Greek unit of length approximately equivalent to 2,219 meters.
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In addition to this molecular diversity dolichos accessions possessed diverse phenotypic traits (Basavarajappa and Byre Gowda, 2000 and Maass, 2006) reflected in their different growth habits that have served to provide cultivars fitted to specific environments.
Overall, characterization with both morphological and AFLP analyses provided interrelationship between the dolichos accessions.
1988 Z11-16:Ac, Z9,E12-14:Ac dolichos Z9-14:Ac, Z9,E12-14:Ac Lalanne-Cassou et al.
Among legumes, faba bean and Namoi woolly pod vetch increase soil N more than field pea, chickpea, or dolichos (Rochester et al.
Hulugalle NR, Larsen DL, Hengeller S (1996) Effect of broadbeds and dolichos residue management on properties of an irrigated Vertisol.
Organ-specific change in Dolichos biflorus lectin binding by myocardial endothelial cells during in vitro cultivation.
Sowing rates for wheat were 50 kg/ha during 1995 and 1997, and 70 kg/ha during 1999; (5) cotton-dolichos; and (6) cotton-fertilised dolichos with P and K removed by cotton replaced as fertiliser.
05) were observed only during 2002 and 2005 when highest values occurred in ex-cotton wheat and ex-cotton-unfertilised dolichos plots.
is the most common crop sown in rotation with cotton, although more recently, grain legumes such as dolichos (Lablab purpureus L.
Faba bean, in particular, was reported to increase soil N more than field pea, chickpea, or dolichos (Rochester et al.