34 Works

2018 1401 D alata mapping population (1-100)

Olufisayo Kolade, Adebola Patrick & Lava Kumar
Enhanced breeding for increased productivity and improved quality in West Africa.

Genotypic data for maize Provitamin A inbred lines for diversity assessment and heterotic grouping

Abdoul-Raouf Sayadi Maazou, Melaku Gedil, Victor O. Adetimirin, Wende Mengesha, Silvestro Meseka & Abebe Menkir
Genotypic data for maize Provitamin A inbred lines for diversity assessment and heterotic grouping

Phenotypic data of 169 extra-early maturing quality protein maize evaluated under Striga conditions across 3 environments, 2019-2020

BAFFOUR BADU-APRAKU
Phenotypic data of 169 extra-early maturing quality protein maize evaluated under Striga conditions across 3 environments, 2019-2020

Effects of genotype, maturity and processing methods on the bioactive components and free scavenging activity of fresh orange maize hybrids

Emmanuel Alamu, Bussie Maziya-Dixon, Abebe Menkir, Emmanuel Anyachukwu Irondi & Olorunfemi Olaofe
Bioactive compounds in foods are responsible for their biological activities, but biotic and abiotic factors may influence their levels. This study evaluated the impact of three genotypes (designated 4, 5, and 7), maturity stages (20, 27, and 34 days after pollination) and processing methods (hydrothermal and dry-heating) on the bioactive constituents (carotenoids, phytate, tannins, vitamin C) and 2,2-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl radical (DPPH∗ ) scavenging activity of fresh orange maize hybrids. Freshly harvested maize cobs of each genotype...

Evaluating efficacy of two commercial entomopathogenic fungi biopesticides (Lecatech and Mycotal) against cassava Bemisia tabaci whitefly under field conditions

EVERLYNE WOSULA, Massoud Amour, Khamis Issa & James Legg
Whiteflies Bemisia tabaci are a threat to cassava production in sub-Saharan Africa as vectors of two major viral diseases (cassava mosaic and cassava brown streak disease). There is need to explore sustainable control options for this pest.

Livelihoods Cocoa and Smallholder's Deforestation (Licosh)

Jonas NGOUHOUO-POUFOUN, Denis Sonwa & Kevin Njabo
The trade in agricultural commodities and wildlife contributes to economic development, but it also has unavoidable social and environmental consequences. Balancing the benefits and negative impacts is an intractable challenge in the implementation of sustainable trade. To overcome this challenge, menjadi the Trade, Development, and the Environment Hub (TRADE Hub) will examine the trade in agricultural commodities and wildlife through research activities in various areas ranging from supply chains; the social and environmental impacts of...

2016 Male and Female D. Rotundata Crossing blocks Yam Anthracnose Disease and Virus severity

Olufisayo Kolade, Adebola Patrick & Lava Kumar
Enhanced breeding for increased productivity and improved quality in West Africa

Genotypic data of 132 early maturing maize inbred lines

BAFFOUR BADU-APRAKU
Stress Tolerant Maize for Africa for Improved Livelihoods

Phenotypic data of 156 extra-early PVA maize hybrids evaluated under low soil Nitrogen conditions at Ile-Ife and Mokwa, 2018-2019

BAFFOUR BADU-APRAKU
Stress Tolerant Maize for Africa for Improved Livelihoods

Registration Year

  • 2022
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Resource Types

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Affiliations

  • International Institute of Tropical Agriculture
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  • ETH Zurich
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  • International Institute of Tropical Agriculture
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  • International Institute of Tropical Agriculture
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