Tropical and subtropical agroecosystems (136 documentos)


121.- Chemical composition and rumen degradation characteristics of six Calliandra calothyrsus provenances
Abia, J.N1; Ngongoni, N.T; Gandiya, F; Hove, L2; Mupangwa, J.F3; Sebata, A4
1University of Zimbabwe, Department of Animal Science, Mount Pleasant, Harare. Zimbabwe; 2ICRAF, Harare. Zimbabwe; 3Bindura University of Science Education, Department of Agriculture, Bindura. Zimbabwe; 4National University of Science and Technology, Department of Forest Resources and Wildlife Management, Ascot, Bulawayo. Zimbabwe
[Tropical and subtropical agroecosystems, México, 2006 Vol. 6 Núm. 2 Ago, Pág. 189-195]
122.- Comparative efficacy of Piper guineense (Schum and Thonn) and pirimiphos methyl on Sitophilus zeamais (Motsch.)
Asawalam, E.F1; Emosairue, S.O2
1Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Plant Health Management Department, Umuahia, Abia. Nigeria; 2Delta State University, Agronomy Department, Asaba, Delta. Nigeria
[Tropical and subtropical agroecosystems, México, 2006 Vol. 6 Núm. 2 Ago, Pág. 143-148]
123.- Composting cattle manure from zero grazing system with agro-organic wastes to minimise nitrogen losses in smallholder farms in Kenya
Gichangi, E.M1; Karanja, N.K2; Wood, C.W3
1University of Fort Hare, Directorate of Agronomy, Alice. Sudáfrica; 2University of Nairobi, Department of Soil Science, Nairobi. Kenia; 3Auburn University, Department of Agriculture and Soils, Auburn, Alabama. Estados Unidos de América
[Tropical and subtropical agroecosystems, México, 2006 Vol. 6 Núm. 2 Ago, Pág. 57-64]
124.- Constituents of the essential oil of Vernonia amygdalina as maize weevil protectants
Asawalam, E.F1; Hassanali, A2
1International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology, Behavioural and Chemical Ecology Department, Nairobi. Kenia; 2Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Department of Plant Health Management, Umuahia, Abia. Nigeria
[Tropical and subtropical agroecosystems, México, 2006 Vol. 6 Núm. 2 Ago, Pág. 95-102]
125.- Effect of seasonality on feed availability, quality and herd performance on smallholder farms in Ol-Joro-Orok location/Nyandarua District, Kenya
Lanyasunya, T.P1; Wang, H.R2; Mukisira, E.A; Abdulrazak, S.A3; Ayako, W.O
1Kenya Agricultural Research Institute, National Animal Husbandry Research Centre, Nairobi. Kenia; 2Yangzhou University, Yangzhou. China; 3Egerton University, Njoro. Kenia
[Tropical and subtropical agroecosystems, México, 2006 Vol. 6 Núm. 2 Ago, Pág. 87-93]
126.- Effects of different fertilisers and harvest frequencies on foliage and tuber yield and chemical composition of foliage from two cassava (Manihot esculenta, Crantz ) varieties
Phengvichith, Vanthong1; Ledin, Stig1; Horne, Peter; Ledin, Inger2
1Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Soil Science, Uppsala. Suecia; 2Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Animal Nutrition and Management, Uppsala. Suecia
[Tropical and subtropical agroecosystems, México, 2006 Vol. 6 Núm. 2 Ago, Pág. 177-187]
127.- Effects of supplementing natural pasture hay with five Calliandra calothyrsus provenances on the intake, digestibility, nitrogen balance and excretion of purine derivatives by goats
Abia, J.N1; Ngongoni, N.T1; Gandiya, F; Hove, L2; Mupangwa, J.F3; Sebata, A4
1University of Zimbabwe, Department of Animal Science, Mount Pleasant, Harare. Zimbabwe; 2ICRAF, Causeway, Harare. Zimbabwe; 3Bindura University of Science Education, Department of Agriculture, Bindura. Zimbabwe; 4National University of Science and Technology, Department of Forest Resources and Wildlife Management, Ascot, Bulawayo. Zimbabwe
[Tropical and subtropical agroecosystems, México, 2006 Vol. 6 Núm. 2 Ago, Pág. 65-71]
128.- Fertilizer response in seedlings of a medicinal plant - Enantia chlorantha (Oliv)
Gbadamosi, A.E1
1Adekunle Ajasin University, Department of Plant Science and Biotechnology, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo. Nigeria
[Tropical and subtropical agroecosystems, México, 2006 Vol. 6 Núm. 2 Ago, Pág. 111-115]
129.- From land capability classification to soil quality: an assessment
Oluwatosin, G.A1; Adeyolanu, O.D; Ogunkunle, A.O1; Idowu, O.J
1Obafemi Awolowo University, Moor Plantation, Ibadan. Nigeria
[Tropical and subtropical agroecosystems, México, 2006 Vol. 6 Núm. 2 Ago, Pág. 49-55]
130.- Growth performance, blood components and slaughter traits of New Zealand white male growing rabbits as affected by dietary supplementation with calcium, sodium or potassium, in sub-tropical Egypt
Marai, I.F.M1; Ayyat, M.S; Abd El-Monem, U.M
1Zagazig University, Department of Animal Production, Zagazig, Sharqiya. Egipto
[Tropical and subtropical agroecosystems, México, 2006 Vol. 6 Núm. 2 Ago, Pág. 149-155]
131.- In sacco determination of dry matter, organic matter and cell wall degradation characteristics of common vetch (Vicia sativa L.)
Lanyasunya, T.P1; Rong Wang, H2; Abdulrazak, S.A3; Mukisira, E.A4; Zhang, J
1Kenya Agricultural Research Institute, National Animal Husbandry Research Centre, Naivasha. Kenia; 2Yangzhou University, Yangzhou. China; 3Egerton University, Njoro. Kenia; 4Kenya Agricultural Research Institute, Nairobi. Kenia
[Tropical and subtropical agroecosystems, México, 2006 Vol. 6 Núm. 2 Ago, Pág. 117-123]
132.- Manure qualities of guano of insectivorous cave bat Hipposideros speoris
Sridhar, K.R1; Ashwini, K.M2; Seena, S; Sreepada, K.S3
1Mangalore University, Department of Biosciences, Karnataka. India; 2Varanashi Research Foundation, Karnataka. India; 3Mangalore University, Department of Applied Zoology, Karnataka. India
[Tropical and subtropical agroecosystems, México, 2006 Vol. 6 Núm. 2 Ago, Pág. 103-110]
133.- Modeling low-income farm households for estimating the efficiency of policy instruments on sustainable land use in Haiti: the case Foret des Pins reserve
Dolisca, Frito1; McDaniel, Josh M; Teeter, Lawrence D
1Auburn University, School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, Auburn, Alabama. Estados Unidos de América
[Tropical and subtropical agroecosystems, México, 2006 Vol. 6 Núm. 2 Ago, Pág. 133-142]
134.- Nutritive value of date palm leaves and Aristida pungens estimated by chemical, in vitro and in situ methods
Rabah Arhab1; Macheboeuf, Didier; Doreau, Michel; Hacene Bousseboua2
1Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Unite de Recherche sur les Herbivores, Saint-Genes Champanelle. Francia; 2Universite Mentouri, Faculte des Sciences, Constantine. Argelia
[Tropical and subtropical agroecosystems, México, 2006 Vol. 6 Núm. 2 Ago, Pág. 167-175]
135.- Organic resources quality and soil fauna: their role on the microbial biomass, decomposition and nutrient release patterns in kenyan soils
Karanja, Nancy K1; Ayuke, F.O2; Swift, M.J3
1University of Nairobi, College of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Nairobi. Kenia; 2Kenya Methodist University, Faculty of Science, Meru. Kenia; 3Institut de la Recherche pour le Developpement, Montpellier, Herault. Francia
[Tropical and subtropical agroecosystems, México, 2006 Vol. 6 Núm. 2 Ago, Pág. 73-86]
136.- Socio-economic factors influencing swine management practices among women in Jama'a local government area of Kaduna state, Nigeria
Ajala, M.K1; Adesehinwa, A.O.K1; Bawa, G.S
1Obafemi Awolowo University, Institute of Agricultural Research and Training, Ibadan. Nigeria
[Tropical and subtropical agroecosystems, México, 2006 Vol. 6 Núm. 2 Ago, Pág. 43-48]