Gloriose Allakonon

Gloriose Allakonon
University of Parakou | UP · Faculty of Agronomy

Master of Research

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There is evidence that freshwater resources available for agriculture are decreasing with an unprecedented record. New irrigation strategies are developed and tested on crops that feed the world, such as maize, to improve water productivity. Deficit irrigation is one of these strategies that can improve water productivity without a significant impa...
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Deficit irrigation (DI) has been implemented in arid regions to improve water productivity while maintaining or increasing crop yield. In this study, we carried out a global scale meta-analysis to (1) quantify the response ratios of grain yield (GY), actual crop evapotranspiration (ETc act) and water productivity (WP) under DI stress. Then, we (2)...
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This study assessed the vulnerability of five indigenous agroforestry trees to climate change: Adansonia. digitata, Vitellaria paradoxa, Parkia biglobosa, Tamarindus indica, and Vitex doniana, using the vulnerability of rural communities that rely on these species as a proxy. An integrated assessment approach, encompassing exposure, sensitivity, an...
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Heavy metal pollution is becoming recurrent and threatens biota biosafety in many agricultural fields. Diverse solutions explore the application of amendments to enable remediation. Sulfur represents a nonmetallic chemical element that actively affects heavy metals phytoextraction, and promotes and alternatively mitigates soil functions. In this st...

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