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Cover for Spodoptera frugiperda (fall armyworm)

The fall armyworm Spodoptera frugiperda is a Lepidopteran pest that feeds in large numbers on leaves and stems of more than 80 plant species, causing...

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Cover for Grevillea robusta (silky oak)

G. robusta has gained widespread popularity in warm temperate, subtropical and tropical highland regions of many countries, originally as a shade...

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C. pubescens is a source of the drug quinine, used to control the effects of malaria, and Cinchona bark was being used in Europe as a treatment for...

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Cover for Casuarina equisetifolia (casuarina)

C. equisetifolia is a nitrogen-fixing tree of considerable social, economic and environmental importance in many tropical areas of the world. It is...

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Cover for Gliricidia sepium (gliricidia)

G. sepium is an extremely versatile, fast-growing, nitrogen-fixing agroforestry tree that is adaptable to a wide range of humid and sub-humid...

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Cover for Lagerstroemia speciosa (Pride of India)

L. speciosa is a medium-size to large deciduous tree distributed throughout India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, except for dry areas. The rate...

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Cover for Lawsonia inermis (Egyptian privet)

L. inermis is a small, multi-stemmed shrub or small tree 2-6 m tall, commonly known as henna. It originates from the Persian Gulf region (and...

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Rubiaceae is a family of flowering plants comprising 611 genera and 13,150 species of herbs, shrubs, trees and lianas distributed worldwide but...

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The family Apocynaceae includes about 400 genera and 4,555 species distributed mostly across tropical to warm temperate regions the world (Stevens,...

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Thecaphora frezii is the causal agent of peanut smut. The disease was first reported in 1962 in wild peanuts from Aquidauana, Mato Grosso do Sul,...

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