IITA Bibliography is a collection of agricultural research publications produced by IITA scientists, research fellows, and students from 1972 to date. The collection includes journal articles, books and book chapters, conference proceedings, training and extension materials, theses, and other publications. IITA conducts research in these thematic areas: biotechnology and plant breeding, natural resource management, social science and agribusiness, plant production and plant health, and nutrition and human health.

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  • Increasing cassava root yield on farmers’ fields in Nigeria through appropriate weed management 

    Ekeleme, F.; Dixon, A.; Atser, G.; Hauser, S.; Chikoye, D.; Korie, S.; Olojede, A.O.; Agada, M.; Olorunmaiye, P. (2021)
    Weed competition is the major biological stress affecting cassava production in smallholder farms in West and Central Africa, where yields are low compared with those in Asia and Latin America. Options for improved weed management are crucial in increasing productivity. Selected pre- and post-emergence herbicides, integrated with appropriate tillage and plant spacing, were tested in 96 sites in four locations in Nigeria, 24 in 2016 and 72 in 2017. Trials were split plots with six pre-emergence ...
  • Acibenzolar-S-methyl induces resistance against cassava mosaic geminiviruses in Nicotiana benthamiana and their vector Bemisia tabaci in cassava (Manihot esculenta) 

    Doungous, O.; Khatabi, B.; Hanna, R.; Tchuanyo, M.; Fotso Kuate, A.; Fondong, V.N. (2021-12)
    Cassava mosaic disease (CMD), caused by cassava mosaic geminiviruses (CMGs), is a major constraint to the cassava crop in Africa and southeastern Asia. Here, we investigated the ability of acibenzolar-S-methyl (ASM), a functional analog of salicylic acid (SA), to trigger systemic acquired resistance (SAR) against two CMGs, namely African cassava mosaic virus (ACMV) and East African cassava mosaic Cameroon virus (EACMCV) in Nicotiana benthamiana. ASM treatment delayed the time to first viral symptoms ...
  • Effects of pressure and temperature on the physico‑chemical properties and acrylamide formation of starchy banana chips during the post‑frying centrifuge step 

    Udomkun, P.; Innawong, B.; Masso, C.; Klaikreuh, D.; Swennen, R.; Fotso Kuate, A.; Alakonya, A.; Vanlauwe, B. (2021)
    The effects of pressure (21.3, 41.3, 61.3, 81.3, and 101.3 kPa) and temperature (174–184 °C) applied during the post-frying centrifuge stage on the physico-chemical characteristics of atmospheric fried plantain chips were studied. Results showed that the surface temperature dropped very fast during the cooling process while the total oil content gradually increased. The oil uptake in the plantain chips increased by 7.7% after 9 min of post-frying cooling. Though an alteration in moisture and oil ...
  • Data on assessment of flours from advanced genotypes and improved cassava varieties for industrial applications 

    Chimphepo, L.; Alamu, E.O.; Monjerezi, M.; Ntawuruhunga, P.; Saka, J.D.K. (2021)
    The data presented in this article are related to the research paper “Physicochemical parameters and functional properties of flours from advanced genotypes and improved cassava varieties for industrial applications” [1]. The genotypes were collected from a multi-location (Uniform yield Trial) trial of the IITA breeding program in Malawi. The data were obtained using multiple analytical techniques and methodology such as oven-drying, sieving, colorimetry, titration, acid hydrolysis method, the ...
  • Controlling banana xanthomonas wilt disease in east Africa 

    Goodman, R.E.; Tripathi, L.; Tripathi, J. (2021)

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