Drissa Silue Plant Pathology, AfricaRice, Bouake
1 protocol

Issa Wonni Crop Protection, INERA, 2013-2020
1 protocol

Raoul Agnimonhan Plant Pathology, University of Abomey/Calavi, 2020
1 protocol

Kossi Kini
  • PostDoc, Plant Pathology, University of Montpellier, 2020
Research focus
  • Plant Pathology
  • 1 Author merit

Education

PhD, University of Montpellier, France, 2019

Publications

• Bangratz, M., Wonni, I., Kini, K., Sondo, M., Brugidou, C., Bena, G., Gnacko, F., Barro, M., Koebnik, R., Silue, D. and Tollenaere, C. (2020). Design of a new multiplex PCR assay for rice pathogenic bacteria detection and its application to infer disease incidence and detect co-infection in rice fields in Burkina Faso. PLoS One 15(4): e0232115.
• Kini, K. (2018). Pantoea spp : a new bacterial threat to rice production in sub-Saharan Africa (phdthesis). Université Montpellier.
• Oludare, A., Hospice Tamegnon, T., Kossi, K. and Drissa, S. (2016). Diversity of Rice yellow mottle virus in Benin and Togo and Screening for Resistant Accessions. Phytopathologische Zeitschrift 164(11-1): 924-935.
• Kini, K., Agnimonhan, R., Afolabi, O., Milan, B., Soglonou, B., Gbogbo, V., Koebnik, R. and Silué, D. (2017). First Report of a New Bacterial Leaf Blight of Rice Caused by Pantoea ananatis and Pantoea stewartii in Benin. Plant Disease 101(1): 242-242.
• Kini, K., Agnimonhan, R., Dossa, R., Silué, D. and Koebnik, R. (2018). A diagnostic multiplex PCR scheme for identification of plant-associated bacteria of the genus Pantoea. bioRxiv: 456806.
• Kini, K., Agnimonhan, R., Dossa, R., Soglonou, B., Gbogbo, V., Ouedraogo, I., Kpemoua, K., Traoré, M., Silue, D. (2017). First report of Sphingomonas sp. causing bacterial leaf blight of rice in Benin, Burkina Faso, The Gambia, Ivory Coast, Mali, Nigeria, Tanzania and Togo. New Dis Reps 35, 32–32.
• Kini, K., Dossa, R., Dossou, B., Mariko, M., Koebnik, R., Silué, D. (2019). A semi-selective medium to isolate and identify bacteria of the genus Pantoea. J Gen Plant Pathol 85, 424–427.
1 Protocol published
An Efficient Inoculation Technique to Assess the Pathogenicity of Pantoea Species Associated to Bacterial Blight of Rice
Authors:  Kossi Kini, Raoul Agnimonhan, Issa Wonni and Drissa Silue, date: 09/05/2020, view: 483, Q&A: 0
Bacteria blight diseases of rice due to several genera of pathogenic bacteria are one of the major constraints worldwide for rice production. The disease can be best managed through host plant resistance sources. For most of these bacteria such as ...
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