Table of content(Volume 4 No 2: 1-46. November 2001. ISSN 1118-2075)

1Effects of mixture plant populations on the yield of both componets in a maize/cassava intercropA.O. Obajimi1-5Maize & Cassava
2Utilization of cassava storage root wastes in small-holder pig and small ruminant production systems in NigeriaE.A. Iyayi & O.O. Tewe5-9Cassava
3Comparative economics of minisett and traditional seed yam production technologies at the farm level in the eastern forest zone of NigeriaG.N. Asumugha & C.O.B. Obiechina9-12Yam
4Cassava-based cropping systems and use of inputs in different ecological zones of West and Central AfricaK.A. Okeleye, J.E.G. Ikeorgu, A. Melifonwu, K. Aihou, N.G. Maroya, E. Dosoo, E.T. Awah, A. Tumenteh & R.A. Salau13-17Cassava
5Garification of five improved cassava cultivars in Nigeria and physico-chemical and sensory properties of the gari yieldS.C. Achinewhu & C.I. Owuamanam18-21Cassava
6Influence du pr‚lŠvement des boutres de manioc (Manihot esculenta Crantz) sur le rendement et la matiŠre sŠcheN'Zue Boni & Doumbia Sekou21-25Cassava
7Intercropping sunflower with local varieties of cassava in a moist savanna site of NigeriaI.A. Adetunji & C.O. Amanze26-31Cassava
8Economic analysis of cassava-based farming in south-eastern Nigeria under structural adjustment programmeJ.A. Mbanasor & S.A.N.D. Chidebelu31-35Cassava
9Processing of cassava into water-fufu and miondo/bobolo: from a household recipe to an industrial processG. Tiky-Mpondo & S.A. Biko‹36-38Cassava
10Evaluation of cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) farine and waferS. Khan, N. Badrie, G.S.H. Baccus-Taylor & E. Comissiong39-41Cassava
11Genetic diversity in cocoyam as revealed by random amplified polymorphic DNAE.Y. Danquah, E.T. Blay, S.K. Offei, J. Fosu-Nyarko & S. Amiteye41-46Cocoyam
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