Mohd Akram or M Akram or Mohammad Akram
Mohd Akram or M Akram or Mohammad Akram
Indian Institute of Pulses Research
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Identification and characterisation of a highly divergent geminivirus: evolutionary and taxonomic implications
P Bernardo, M Golden, M Akram, N Nadarajan, E Fernandez, M Granier, ...
Virus Research 177 (1), 35-45, 2013
Effects of certain antagonistic fungi and rhizobacteria on wilt disease complex of tomato caused by Meloidogyne incognita and Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici
MR Khan, M Akram
Nematologia Mediterranea 28 (2), 139-144, 2000
Assessment of mungbean genotypes for durable resistance to Y ellow M osaic D isease: G enotypeŚ E nvironment interactions
AK Parihar, AK Basandrai, A Sirari, D Dinakaran, D Singh, K Kannan, ...
Plant Breeding 136 (1), 94-100, 2017
Screening and development of resistant sesame varieties against phytoplasma
PK Singh, M Akram, M Vajpeyi, RL Srivastava, K Kumar, R Naresh
Bulletin of Insectology 60 (2), 303, 2007
First report of natural infection of Mungbean yellow mosaic india virus in two wild species of Vigna.
P Aditya
New Disease Reports 23, 2011
Comparison of Groundnut bud necrosis virus isolates based on movement protein (NSm) gene sequences
M Akram, RK Jain, V Chaudhary, YS Ahlawat, SMP Khurana
Annals of applied biology 145 (3), 285-289, 2004
Identification of Mungbean yellow mosaic India virus infecting Vigna mungo var. silvestris L.
K Naimuddin, M Akram, G Sanjeev
Phytopathologia Mediterranea 50 (1), 94-100, 2011
Yellow mosaic of mungbean and urdbean: current status and future strategies
Journal of Food Legumes 29 (2), 77-93, 2016
Characterization of a new begomovirus and a beta satellite associated with the leaf curl disease of French bean in northern India
N Kamaal, M Akram, A Pratap, P Yadav
Virus Genes 46, 120-127, 2013
Variability and characterization of host response to Helminthosporium sativum, incitant of spot blotch of wheat
M Akram, A Singh
Indian Phytopathology 54 (4), 429-434, 2001
Molecular characterization of Mungbean yellow mosaic India virus infecting tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.)
AK Agnihotri, SP Mishra, M Ansar, RC Tripathi, R Singh, M Akram
Australasian Plant Pathology 48, 159-165, 2019
Interaction of Meloidogyne incognita and Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici on tomato
M Akram, MR Khan
Annals of Plant Protection Sciences 14 (2), 448-451, 2006
Characterisation of full genome of Dolichos yellow mosaic virus based on sequence comparison, genetic recombination and phylogenetic relationship
M Akram, Naimuddin, AK Agnihotri, S Gupta, NP Singh
Annals of Applied Biology 167 (3), 354-363, 2015
Ageratum conyzoides harbours Mungbean yellow mosaic India virus.
A Mohammad, G Sanjeev, AK Agnihotri
Plant Pathology Journal (Faisalabad) 13 (1), 59-64, 2014
In-silico analysis and homology modelling of coat-protein of Mungbean Yellow Mosaic India Virus
NK Yadav, MA Iquebal, M Akram
Journal of Food Legumes 24 (2), 138-141, 2011
Occurrence of stem necrosis diseasein potato caused by groundnut bud necrosis virus in Uttarakhand
MARH Pundhir VS, Akram M
Potato Journal 39, 81-83, 2012
PCR based identification of the virus causing yellow mosaic disease in wild Vigna accessions
M Akram, A Pratap, BK Chaubey, JK John
Journal of Food Legumes 24 (1), 14-17, 2011
Detection of mixed infection of begomoviruses in cowpea and their molecular characterization based on CP gene sequences
M Akram
Journal of Food Legumes 23 (3and4), 191-195, 2010
Studies on bacterial leaf blight of cotton (Gossypium spp.)
International Journal of Sustainable Crop Production 2, 25-29, 2007
Epidemiological studies of stem necrosis disease in potato caused by Groundnut bud necrosis virus
M Ansar, M Akram, RB Singh, VS Pundhir
Indian Phytopath 68 (3), 321-325, 2015
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