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2019INFLUENCE OF ORGANIC AMENDMENT ON SOIL RESPIRATION AND MAIZE PRODUCTIVITY IN A SEMI‐ARID ENVIRONMENTLamptey, S.; Xie, J.; Li, L.; Coulter, J. A.; Jagadabhi, P. S.
2018SHORT-TERM EFFECTS OF BIOCHAR AMENDMENT ON GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS FROM RAINFED AGRICULTURAL SOILS OF THE SEMI-ARID LOESS PLATEAU REGIONYeboah, S.; Lamptey, S.; Cai, L.; Song, M.
2017GENETIC DIFFERENTIATION OF THE G6/7 CLUSTER OF ECHINOCOCCUS CANADENSIS BASED ON MITOCHONDRIAL MARKER GENESAddy, F.; Wassermann, M.; Kagendo, D.; Ebi, D.; Zeyhle, E.; Elmahdi, I. E.; Umhang, G.; Casulli, A.; Harandi, M. F.; Aschenborn, O.; Kern, P.; Mackenstedt, U.; Romig, T.
2019FOLIAR APPLICATION OF 5-AMINOLEVULINIC ACID (ALA) ALLEVIATES NACL STRESS IN CUCUMBER (CUCUMIS SATIVUS L.) SEEDLINGS THROUGH THE ENHANCEMENT OF ASCORBATE-GLUTATHIONE CYCLEWu, Y.; Hu, L.; Liao, W.; Dawuda, M. M.; Lyu, J.; Xie, J.; Feng, Z.; Calderón-Urrea, A.; Yu, J.
2020FOLIAR APPLICATION OF ABSCISIC ACID MITIGATES CADMIUM STRESS AND INCREASES FOOD SAFETY OF CADMIUM-SENSITIVE LETTUCE (LACTUCA SATIVA L.) GENOTYPEDawuda, M. M.; Liao, W.; Hu, L.; Yu, J.; Xie, J.; Calderón-Urrea, A.; Wu, Y.; Tang, Z.
2021RICE (oryza spp.) VARIETAL RESPONSE TO COMPOST AND TIMING OF NPK FERTILIZER APPLICATION IN THE GUINEA SAVANNA ZONE OF GHANAOfoso, K. E.
2017NITRIC OXIDE IS INVOLVED IN ETHYLENE-INDUCED ADVENTITIOUS ROOT DEVELOPMENT IN CUCUMBER (CUCUMIS SATIVUS L.) EXPLANTSXu, X.-T.; Jin, X.; Liao, W.-B..; Dawuda, M. M.; Li, X.-P.; Wang, M.; Niu, L.-J.; Ren, P.-J.; Zhu, Y..-C.
2019APPROPRIATE AMMONIUM-NITRATE RATIO IMPROVES NUTRIENT ACCUMULATION AND FRUIT QUALITY IN PEPPER (CAPSICUM ANNUUM L.)Zhang, J.; Lv, J.; Dawuda, M. M.; Xie, J.; Yu, J.; Li, J.; Zhang, X.; Tang, C.; Wang, C.; Gan, Y.
2017APPROPRIATE NH4 +: NO3 − RATIO IMPROVES LOW LIGHT TOLERANCE OF MINI CHINESE CABBAGE SEEDLINGSHu, L.; Liao, W.; Dawuda, M. M.; Yu, J.; Lv, J.
2017CALCIUM AND CALMODULIN ARE INVOLVED IN NITRIC OXIDE-INDUCED ADVENTITIOUS ROOTING OF CUCUMBER UNDER SIMULATED OSMOTIC STRESSNiu, L.; Yu, J.; Liao, W.; Yu, J.; Zhang, M.; Dawuda, M. M
2021EFFECT OF TERROIR ON THE GLUCOSINOLATE CONTENT OF MORINGA OLEIFERA GROWN IN THREE AGRO-ECOLOGICAL ZONES OF GHANATetteh, O. N. A.; Huyskens-Keil, S.; Amaglo, N. K.; Amagloh, F. K.; Oduro, I. N.; Adarkwah, C.; Obeng-Ofori, D.; Ulrichs, C.; Förster, N.
2008THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SOMATIC EMBRYOGENESIS IN ELIMINATING THE COCOA SWOLLEN SHOOT VIRUS FROM INFECTED COCOA TREESQuainoo, A. K.; Wetten, A. C.; Allainguillaume, J.
2021CASSAVA ORANGE-FLESHED SWEETPOTATO COMPOSITE GARI: A POTENTIAL SOURCE OF DIETARY VITAMIN AAtuna, R. A.; Achaglinkame, M. A.; Accorley, T. A. S.; Amaglo, F. K.
2021THE POTENTIAL OF SWEETPOTATO AS A FUNCTIONAL FOOD IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH: A REVIEWAmagloh, F. C.; Yada, B.; Tumuhimbise, G. A.; Amagloh, F. K.; Kaaya, A. N.
2012BASELINE STUDIES ON THE MARKETING OF AMARANTHUS IN TAMALEOsei-Kwarteng, M.; Nyarko, G.; Mahunu, G. K.
2021TRENDS AND FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF ADOLESCENT GIRLS IN GHANA: A SECONDARY ANALYSIS OF THE 2003–2014 GHANA DEMOGRAPHIC AND HEALTH SURVEY (GDHS) DATAAzupogo, F.; Abizari, A.-R.; Aurino, E.; Gelli, A.; Osendarp, S. J. M.; Bras, H.; Feskens, E. J. M.; Brouwer, I. D.
2021TEN2TWENTY-GHANA: STUDY DESIGN AND METHODS FOR AN INNOVATIVE RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL WITH MULTIPLE-MICRONUTRIENT–FORTIFIED BISCUITS AMONG ADOLESCENT GIRLS IN NORTHEASTERN GHANAAzupogo, F.; Abizari, A.-R.; Osendarp, S. J. M.; Feskens, E. J.; Brouwer, I. D.
2021ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE AND MANAGEMENT OF INSECT PESTS- A REVIEWOsei, E. A.; Akansake, D.; Kareem, M. O.; Gbaal, L. C.; Aluah, D.
2017SOIL RESPIRATION AND NET ECOSYSTEM PRODUCTION UNDER DIFFERENT TILLAGE PRACTICES IN SEMI-ARID NORTHWEST CHINALamptey, S.; Li, L.; Xie, J.; Zhang, R.; Luo, Z.; Cai, L.; Lui, J.
2016SPRING WHEAT-FIELD PEA ROTATION WITH TILLAGE SYSTEMS AND STRAW RETENTION IMPROVES SOIL WATER UTILIZATION AND REDUCES CARBON EMISSIONYeboah, S.; Lamptey, S.; Zhang, R.; Li, L.
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