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    limited nutritional or material use, but being of very great social importance. Among the various cultures using it, the cola nut plays important cultural roles in virtually every aspect of life, from birth to death. The cola tree belongs to the Sterculiaceae family and is indigenous to West Africa, especially the nations of Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ivory Coast and Nigeria, but is found eastward to Gabon and the Congo River Basin. The genus Cola is comprised of about forty species, but the most commonly

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    The English language has expanded and developed crossing borders between countries; therefore, the lexicon has progressed in different ways, to the extent that English has acquired characteristics that were not originally intrinsic in its nature. While, Africa, certainly had its impact on English, during the British colonization of Africa, American English has a large historically significant connection to the content as well. During the peak Transatlantic slave trade years from 1741-1810, a large

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    The Chocolate Tree Fossil records are unable to provide information of on the center of origins of the cacao tree. The cacao tree is in the Sterculiaceae family. The first growers of the cacao pods were probably the people who entered the lowland rain forests of the Amazon Basin between 10,000 and 200 B.P. The full name of the cacao tree is Theobroma cacao. Most of the information of the cacao have been derived from the cultivated crop. The life and reproduction life cycle of Theobroma cacao is

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    Endophytes are those microorganisms that are found within every plant and show their effect on the plant either in positive or negative way. Maximum endophytes show beneficial effect by producing certain bioactive agents or secondary metabolites that are harmful for the pathogen and beneficial for the host plant. But they can negatively affect the plant also by causing some diseases in the plants. (Hyde et al., 2008) 2.1 Impact of geographical factor on endophytic diversity: Endophyte diversity depend

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    1.0 Introduction Plant pathology is a science that studies plant diseases and attempts to improve the chances for survival of plants when they are faced with biotic and abiotic factors that cause disease. Plants will produce well as long as they get sufficient nutrient and moisture, light for photosynthesis and optimum temperature. However, plants also get sick. Sick plants produce poorly and the symptoms of disease will appear. The agents that cause disease in plants are similar to those causing

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