PROCEEDINGS of the 3rd Triennial Symposium OWERRI 1986.csv

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1Opening address(Discours d`ouverture)M. Bakajika,
2Opening address(Discours d`ouverture)S.N. Lyonga
3THEME PAPERS ( COMMUNICATIONS THEMATIQUES)1-2
4Traditional African methods for cassava processing and utilization and research needsG.Eggleston, M. Bokanga and Y.W. Jeon3-6
5Prospects for processing and utilization of root and tuber crops in AfricaL.S.O. Ene7-16Cassava
6Le r“le des racines et tubercules tropicales dans l`alimentation humaine et animale et en tant que mati‚res premi?res industrielles:le cas du maniocY.S.Fiagan17-26
7Economics of root crop processing and utilization in Africa:A challenge for researchF.I.Nweke27-36
8L ?conomie de la prodution et de la commercialisation de manioc en Afrique et plus particulierement dans la r‚gion du Bandundu (Za‹re)B. Minten37-44
9GENERAL PAPERS ( COMMUNICATIONS GENERALES)45-46
10Processing of roots and tubers: Development efforts at the National Root Crops Research Institute,NigeriaE.Oti, L.S.O. Ene, O.C.Aniedu and M.N.Obasi47-52
11Trans-agroecology studies of root crops in KenyaA.S,Abubaker53-58
12Recherches sur les plantes … tubercules et racines au Cameroun:pr‚sent et perspectivesS.Nzietchueng et S.N.Lyonga59-64
13Tropical root starches in dough and crumb microstuctures in relation to bread loaf volumeE. L. Keya65-70
14Seed production of foreign varieties of carrot in Assiut,Egypt.K.Iman and A.K. Metwaly71-80
15CASSAVA (MANIOC)81
16Cassava germplasm enhancement at the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture ( IITA)A.G.O. Dixon,R. Asiedu and S.K. Hahn83-88
17Introgression of genes from wild relatives into cassavaA.G.O. Dixon,R. Asiedu , S.K. Hahn, and K.V.Bai89-92
18Approches et m‚thodologies pour la s‚lection entomologique du manioc au programme national manioc (PRONAM),Za‹reH.D. Nsiama-She,M.Tshibanga et N.M. Mahungu93-96Cassava
19Varietal response to drought stress in cassavaD.S.O.Osiru,S.K. Hahn and O.Osonubi97-102Cassava
20La s‚lection du manioc en R‚publique du Congo:situation actuelle et perspectives d`avenirJ.M. Mingui et J. Mabanza103-106Cassava
21Quelques observations sur le TMS 30555 et ses hybrides avec deux clones locaux de maniocN.Nsunbu, P.Phemba, M.Ndonda et M.Nzau.107-110Cassava
22Assessment of dry-matter content in cassavaA.G.O.Dixon, R. Asiedu, S.O.Adeyeye and S.K.Hahn111-112Cassava
23Evalution et potentialit‚ de manioc … pulpe jaune au Za‹reD.Ndombo ,N.M. Mahungu et S. Lukombo113-116Cassava
24State-of-the-art cassava production in Adamaoua,Cameroon,and implications for improvementM.O.Akoroda117-124Cassava
25S‚lection de manioc pour la production de feuillesM.Mahungu, D.Ndombo, M. Bidiaka et S.Tubanza125-128Cassava
26Embryo culture and somatic embryogenesis in cassavaS.Y.C.Ng129-132Cassava
27Contributions of three subterranean legumes to the productivity of cassava-maize intercrops in a tropical UltisolJ.E.G. Ikeorgu, G.C. Orkwor and S.O.Odurukwe133-146Cassava
28Intercropping oil palm with maize,cassava and live-mulches:Assessment of biological yieldsA.Okpala-Jose and E.O. Lucas139-146
29Performance of improved cassava clones under common cropping systems in sourthern NigeriaA.Udealor, R.P.A Unamma and H.C. Ezumah147-154
30The effects of fertilizer,methods of leaf harvest and time of root harvest on cassava root yieldO.A.Osiname and K. Landu155-156Cassava
31performance of recommended cassava varieties in south-eastern NigeriaJ.A.Otoo,S.K. Hahn,V.I. Nwafor and E.M.Chukwuma157Cassava
32Popoulation studies of six cassava cultivars in CamerounJ.T. Ambe,A.A Agboola and S.K. Hahn157-160Cassava
33Sprouting ministem cuttings without soil:A new technique for rapid multiplication of cassavaJ.A.Otoo161-162Cassava
34Critical water stress levels affecting the growth of cassavaL.A. Nwosu and F.A. Onofeghara163-168Cassava
35R‚sultats globaux de la lutte biologique contre la cochenille de manioc au Za‹reH.D. Nsiama-She, H.K.Tata et L. Kapongu169-174Cassava
36Predation of cassava green mite by exotic and indigenous predatory mites in Namulonge Uganda: Preliminary studies.B.Odongo and J. Orone175-178`
37Effects of mosaic virus on growth and yield of cassava in western UgandaG.W. Otim-Nape, A.F. Kintukwonka, C. Nwesigye and W.E.Emokol179-184Cassava
38Effect de la r‚colte des feuilles de manioc sur l`‚pid‚miologe de la bact‚riose et le rendement en racines tub‚reusesD.Lutete, G.Muyolo et N.Mahungu185-188Cassava
39Les maladies racinaires du manioc:distribution,importance,‚cologie et modes d`infection des tuberculesC. Makambila189-192
40Survival of Xanthomonas campestris pv.manihotis in soils under mucuna fallowT. Amusa, T. Ikotun and S.K. Hahn193-196
41Cassava fermentation and the industrialization of cassava food production.M.Bokanga197-202Cassava
42Transformation traditionelles,formes de consommation et de commercialisation du manioc en milieu rural CongolaisJ.Massamba et S.Treche203-210Cassava
43La transformation du manioc en R‚publique Populaire du CongoJ.Mabanza211-212
44Developing low-cyanide cassava cultivars in NigeriaM.E. Oti and L.S.O. Ene213-216
45Critical control points in the commercial production of high -quality gariM.O.Sanni217-222Cassava
46An improved manual gari fryer for local industryE.C.Okafor and P.S.N.Onyekwere223-228Cassava
47Development of cassava processing and preservation facilities in LiberiaA.F.Tubman229-234Cassava
48Estimation of the impact of a new cassava variety on farm incomeC.Bartlett, K.Kazumba and S. Lianabo235-240Cassava
49D‚veloppment de la culture du manioc dans la province du Zou en R‚publique Populaire du B‚ninF.Favi241-244Cassava
50On-farm evalution of selected cassava clones in LiberiaM.A.Saqui,D. Wounuah and A.S.Laveleh245-248
51R‚sultats pr‚liminaires de l`essai d`adaptation des vari‚t‚s de manioc aux conditions de haute altitude de la zone du projet Kigali-Nord au RwandaJ. Mulindangabo,D. Rollin et Ph. Ntawuruhunga249-254Cassava
52Cassava utilization in the poultry industry:The Nigerian perspectiveJ.E.Okeke,A.M. Agbakoba and E. Oti255-260
53Economics of cassava production under the Structural Adjustment Program in GhanaS.Asuming-Brempong261-268Cassava
54Industrial demand for cassava in Ghana:Prospects and problemsR.M.Al-Hassan269-274Cassava
55Production of seed yams,using the minisett technique:Effect of mulch stakes and plant populationO.O.Okoli ,A.F.K.Kissiedu and J.A.Otoo277-280Cassava
56Substitutes for chemicals,sawdust and plastic mulch in improved seed yam productionJ.A.Otoo281-284Yam
57Relative distribution of hormones in yam in relation to uniform sprouting in yam minisettsX.Nduzana,J.G.Wutoh and O.U. Onokpise285-290Yam
58Elimination of yam culture contamination using double surface sterilizationS .Zok, A Sama and L.Nyochembeng291-294Yam
59Importance des maladies virales de l`igname au TogoM.Y.Gumedzoe,E.Plante,G.Thottappilly et J.C Thouvenel295-302Yam
60Economics of yam flour production:Implications for research and the promotion of yam-based industries in NigeriaN.O.A.Ezeh303-306Yam
61L`‚tude du march‚ comme ‚l‚ment r‚v‚lateur de l`int‚r‚t ‚conomique des vari‚t‚s d`ignameS.Doumbia307-312Yam
62SWEET POTATO (PATATE DOUCE)313Yam
63Performance of sweet potato in different agroecological zones of CameroomJ.B.A Whyte315-320Sweet potato
64Sweet potato systems in Adamaoua,CameroonM.O.Akoroda,H.J.Pfeiffer and R.E.Mbahe321-330Sweet potato
65Interplanting sweet potato with maize in MalawiR.F.N.Sauti and M.M.M. Soko331-334Sweet potato
66Water requirements of sweet potatoP.S.N. Onyekwere and E.C.Okafor335-336Sweet potato
67Assessment of the effects of temperature and light on the growth of sweet potatoes,using the nutrient film techniqueC.Bonsi, P. Lorentan,D. Mortley,W.A.Hill, C. Ogbuehi, E. Martinez and C . Morris337-340Sweet potato
68Effects of periodic harvesting of storage roots and shoot tips on growth and yield of sweet potato grown hydroponicallyP.A.Lorentan, C.K.Bonsi,D.G. Mortley,C.R.Ogbuehi, W.A. Hill and C.E. Morris341-344Sweet potato
69Reducing weevil damage in sweet potato,using host-plant resistance and early planting and harvestingK.M.Lema345-346Sweet potato
70COCOYAM (ARACEES)347Sweet potato
71Characterization of cocoyam accessions,using isoelectric focusingX. Nduzana, J.G.Wutoh and O.U. Onokpose349-352
72Acclimatization of cocoyam plantlets derived from tissue cultureJ. Wutoh, S. Zok, J.T.Tambong, L. Nyochembeng and O.U. Onokpise353-356Cocoyam
73Use of dormant buds of rhizomes in seedstock multiplication of cocoyam.X.Ndazana,S.Zok, and J. Wutoh357-360Cocoyam
74Post-harvest handling and storage of cocoyamR.M.Bikomot and J.K. Brecht361-364Cocoyam
75POTATO (POMME DE TERRE)365Potato
76Proc‚d‚ de s‚lection de la pomme de terre … l`lnstitut national pour l`‚tude et de la recherche agronomique(INERA),ZaireN.B.Boue367-370Potato
77Intercropping potato with wheat on the Jos Plateau,NigeriaO.P, Ifenkwe371-376Potato
78Potato production,storage and marketing in CameroonB.A. Aighewi and S.N. Lyonga377-382Potato
79Effect de l`hypochlorite de sodium et de quatre modes d`entreposage sur le comportement des pommes de terre … Dschang,CamerounS.Nzietchueng et F.Tchio383-388
80Symposium resolutions389-392
81References393-415
82Constitution of ISTRC-AB417-428
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