The present study was designed to detect and characterize the crown rot disease of post-harvest banana (Musa paradisiaca) and to develop an alternative quality improvement approach to improve banana shelf-life during storage period. A simplest general factorial experiment was designed to control crown rot disease of banana using different potential biological factors, including plant extracts, antagonistic agents and commercial fungicide.
Md. Saroar Jahan
Md. Saroar Jahan studied at the University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh, where he successfully completed his graduation in Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology. He has authored/co-authored more than 6 scientific publications and participated some international conference. Research interests: molecular biology, molecular genetics and plant pathology.
Md Faruk Hasan
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Musa paradisiaca, molecular technique, antagonism, mycelial growth, Antifungal activity, quality analysis, disease severity.
SCIENCE / Microbiology