Integrity Research Journals

ISSN: 2992-4928
Model: Open Access/Peer Reviewed
DOI: 10.31248/AJPB
Start Year: 2019
Email: ajpb@integrityresjournals.org

AJPB Articles

Genetic Characterization Of Olive (olea Europaea L.) Genotypes From Adana And Osmaniye Provinces By Microsatellite Markers
Studies on the determination and domestication of the motherland of olive have shown that there are important gene centres (Adana and Osmaniye) in the Eastern Mediterranean Basin. In the study, 41 olive genotypes collected from Adana and Osmaniye provinces. Twenty-three domestic, eight local and five foreign reference olive cultivars were obtained from the olive... Continue here

Potentials, Drivers And Barriers To Green Economy Transition: Implications For Africa
African countries depend majorly on natural resources for livelihood sustenance. Despite many untapped potentials in some sectors of Africa's economy, the continent is still faced with several social, economic and environmental problems. Green economy presents an appealing policy framework to help the continent overcome these challenges and transit to a more... Continue here

Evaluation Of Some Haricot Bean (phaseolus Vulgaris L.) Cultivars For Growth Characters And Dry Matter Production
Genetic factor is a key factor to realize optimum growth and dry matter production of crops in addition to environmental factors. Haricot beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) cultivar type is important for good agronomic performance for greater production of dry matter and grain yield. The present study was conducted with objectives to estimate the performance of haricot... Continue here

Evaluation Of Genetic Variability And Interrelationships Among M3 And M4 Maize Inbred Lines In Kenya
The present study was conducted at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Juja to assess the agronomic performance of mutant maize lines of 39 filial generation 3 (M3) and filial generation 4 (M4) maize lines and a check variety among agro-morphological traits with their association with grain yield. Data on various agro-morphological characters... Continue here

Studies On Bioactivities Of Various Parts Of Murraya Koeningii (l) Spreng (curry Tree) On Fungal Isolates From Tomatoes
Antifungal in vitro effects of the aqueous extracts of different parts (leaves, stem and root) of Murraya koenigii were evaluated against six rot fungi of tomato fruits namely, Aspergillus niger, Aspergillus flavus, Fusarium oxysporum, Mucor sp, Rhizoconia solani and Rhizopus stolonifer. These fungi were identified based on microscopic and macroscopic... Continue here

Evaluation Of Late Maturing Food Barley Varieties In Gamo Highlands Of Southern Ethiopia
The field experiment was conducted on thirteen improved food barley varieties and one local check at Chencha district of Gamo highland during 2015 main cropping season. The main objective of the study was to identify, select and recommend well adaptable and high yielding variety for targeted area. The experiment was laid in Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD)... Continue here

Estimating Heterosis And Heterobeltiosis In Phenological And Vegetative Traits And Correlations In Musa Diploid X Diploid Crosses
This study was conducted to determine the extent of heterosis and heterobeltiosis in phenological and vegetative traits in Musa diploid by diploid crosses. The experimental design was RCB with two replications of 6 plants per genotype. Planting was done in alleys of multispecies hedgerows in an area of 2,880 m2 at a spacing of 3 m x 2 m. The study was conducted at... Continue here

The Influence Of Climate Change On Rural Community Food Crops Production Pattern In High Humid Rainforest Agroecology In The Southern Part Of Nigeria
This study investigates the impact of climate change on the crop production pattern of the rural community in the southern part of Nigeria. The crop production pattern identified from the survey was multicropping of two or more crop species on the same piece of arable farmland.  It was carried out to evaluate the crop species associated with adopted... Continue here

Morphology And Anatomy Of Rhizome And Root Structures In Seven Pteris L. Species (pteridaceae) From Southwestern Nigeria
Morphological and anatomical structures of seven Pteris species from various locations in Southwestern Nigeria were examined. This study aimed to affirm the affinities and relevance of rhizome and root structures within the genus Pteris.  Mature healthy plants of each species were collected, and morphological observations of rhizomes and roots were documented... Continue here

Post-harvest Fungal Rot Of Green Pepper Fruits (capscium Annuum): Methanolic Extracts Of Tropical Spices As Bio Rescue Agents
This study aimed at evaluating the control potential of some essential oils on green pepper fruit (Capscium annuum) rot. Samples of green pepper fruits (infected and healthy) and spices were obtained from Ado-Ekiti market, fungal rot pathogens were isolated from infected green pepper fruit and pathogenicity test was carried out to authenticate the pathogenic... Continue here

Bacillus Cereus, Staphylococcus Aureus, Aeromonas Hydrophila, Pseudomonas Aeruginosa And Proteus Mirabilis Associated With Post-harvest Storage Of Cocoyam (colocasia Esculentus L) Corms Rot: Occurrence And In Vitro Response To Leaf Extracts Of Vernonia Am
Cocoyam is a root crop that is produced in regions of the tropical or sub-tropical developing countries. In certain countries like Ghana, cocoyam production is surplus but post-harvest losses are high due to mechanical damage of corms during harvest which predisposes the corms to microbial attack in storage. Antibacterial activities of the test plant were... Continue here

Flower Abortion Of Pepino Melon (solanum Muricatum Ait.) As Influenced By Npk Fertilizer Rates And Growing Environment
Flower abortion is the detachment of flowers from the plant. A study was conducted at Egerton University, Kenya in 2018 to 2020 to investigate the effect of NPK fertilizer rates (0, 100, 200. 300 and 400 kg ha-1) on flower abortion of field and greenhouse grown pepino melons. The experiment was laid out in a randomized complete block design with three... Continue here

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