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Paper Title: Studies on the effect of four salts on the development of cowpea weevil callosobruchus maculatus (coleoptera: chrysomelidae) in stored bean grains.
Authors Name: Aliyu Magaji , Mohammad, B.D , Sama`ila, D.
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Abstract: ABSTRACT: Three months laboratory experiment to investigate the effect of four salts (common salt, sea salt, sand salt and rock salt) on ‏the development of cowpea weevil (Callosubruchus maculatus: Coleoptera:Chrysomilidae) in stored bean grain was conducted at the biology laboratory, Department of Sciences, Kebbi State Polytechnics, Dakingari. Nine concentrations (100g, 150g, 200g, 250g, 300g/, 20g/2ml, 25g/2ml, 30g/2ml and 35g/2ml) of these salts were measured in one kilogram (1kg) of cowpea seeds. Effect of the salts was determined based on live adult weevil emergence of C. maculatus, dead weevils, oviposition, percentage weight loss and percentage germination. The results indicated that common salt persistently shows lowest mean number of emerging adult, number of dead adult C. maculatus and percentage weight loss of treated seeds at higher concentrations of 300g and 35g/2ml respectively when compared with control. Result on the oviposition show that, the mean number of cowpea weevil eggs lay on cowpea seed treated with different concentrations of salts was significantly low as compared with control. The results also indicated that salts do not affect the viability of the seeds after being treated as they were not significantly different from the control. Generally, all ‏the salts type at certain concentrations, shows potential against certain developmental stages of C. maculatus.
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Cite Article: "Studies on the effect of four salts on the development of cowpea weevil callosobruchus maculatus (coleoptera: chrysomelidae) in stored bean grains.", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijrti.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 11, page no.584 - 590, November-2022, Available :http://www.ijrti.org/papers/IJRTI2211083.pdf
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Country: kota, Rajasthan, India
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