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Bidossèssi Eliane Juliette Assogbadjo

Bidossèssi Eliane Juliette Assogbadjo
Université d'Abomey- Calavi

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Food security relies mainly on a few major crop species such as wheat, maize and rice, cassava and yam. Many of the cultivated plant species such as Tigernut (Cyperus exculentus) are still considered invasive plants and are neglected and underutilized. However, they may play a crucial role in food security, nutrition, and income generation among po...
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RESUME Les systèmes agroforestiers contribuent comme les forêts à la conservation physique et chimique du sol, à la régulation thermique et à la conservation de la biodiversité. Cette étude visait à caractériser la communauté des espèces ligneuses alimentaires dans quatre systèmes agroforestiers périphériques au noyau central de la Forêt Classée de...
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Today, despite its status as a key sector, agriculture faces many problems due to fungi and the use of synthetic pesticides. This study evaluated the antifungal potential of Picralima nitida fruits against Fusarium oxysporum. The extracts were obtained by the Total Aqueous Extraction method (TEA) and Hydroethanolic extraction (EE70%) method. Two di...
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Picralima nitida is an important African medicinal plant species threatened in the Dahomey Gap. It is used in pharmaceutical industries and traditional medicine to treat several diseases. Despite its importance, this the species faces a serious conservation problem. It is rare, especially in the Dahomey Gap countries in contrast to the Guinean zone...
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Cette étude a évalué les facteurs écologiques et socioculturels qui influencent les connaissances endogènes sur les plantes alimentaires locales dans la zone riveraine du noyau central de la Forêt Classée de la Lama au Bénin. Des enquêtes ethnobotaniques ont été menées auprès de 390 personnes choisies au hasard dans 9 villages situés dans la zone r...

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