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1. Development of intermittent drought stress tolerant common bean genotypes in uganda W. AMONGI, S.T. NKALUBO1, M. OCHWO-SSEMAKULA2, P.T. GIBSON2 and R. EDEMA2 International Centre for Tropical Agriculture, National Agricultural Research Laboratories, Kawanda, P. O. Box 6247, Kampala, Uganda 18 November, 2014
2. Genetics of drought tolerance in common bean genotypes adapted to ugandan conditions W. AMONGI, S.T. NKALUBO1, M. OCHWO-SSEMAKULA2, P.T. GIBSON2 and R. EDEMA2 International Centre for Tropical Agriculture, National Agricultural Research Laboratories, Kawanda, P. O. Box 6247, Kampala, Uganda 22 September, 2014
3. Variety × environment × management interaction of diseases and yield in selected common bean varieties Awio Bruno,* Mukankusi M. Clare, Nkalubo T. Stanley, Gibson Paul, Malinga G. Maxwell, Rubaihayo Patrick, and Edema Richard 2017
4. Prevalence and variability of the common bean rust in uganda Blessing Adanta Odogwu1,6*, Stanley Tamusange Nkalubo2, Clare Mukankusi3, Pamela Paparu2, Rubaihayo Patrick1, James Kelly4 and Steadman James5 21 November, 2016
5. Inheritance of resistance to common bacterial blight in four selected common bean (phaseolus vulgaris l.) genotypes Boris M. E. Alladassi1*, Stanley T. Nkalubo2, Clare Mukankusi3, Eric S.Mwale1, Paul Gibson1, Richard Edema1, Carlos A. Urrea4, James D. Kelly5 and Patrick R. Rubaihayo1 3 May, 2017
6. Susceptibility to bruchids among common beans in uganda J.A. EBINU1, V. NSABIYERA1, 2, M. OTIM3, S.T. NKALUBO3, M.UGEN3, A.J. AGONA4 and H.L. TALWANA1 11 August, 2016
7. Effect of marker aided pyramiding of anthracnose and pythium root rot resistance genes on plant agronomic characters among advanced common bean genotypes M. Kiryowa1, S. T. Nkalubo2, C. Mukankusi3, H. Talwana1, P. Gibson4 & P. Tukamuhabwa1 February 15, 2015
8. Virulence diversity of colletotrichum lindemuthianum in uganda Kiryowa M1*., A. Ebinu A1., Kyaligonza V2., Nkalubo S2., Paparu P2., C. Mukankusi C3., and P. Tukamuhabwa P 3 April, 2014
9. Pathogenic variation of colletotrichum lindemuthianum causing anthracnose of beans (phaseolus vulgaris) in uganda Moses J. Kiryowa, aAston Ebinu, bVincent Kyaligonza, bStanley T. Nkalubo, Pamela Paparu, cClare Mukankusi, aPhinehas Tukamuhabwa 2016
10. Response of tissue zinc to zinc fertilisation by zinc biofortifier bush bean genotypes targeted for low income communities E. Nankya1, J. S. Tenywa1*, S. Nkalubo2 and L. N. Mulumba1 8th May 2015
11. ‘naspot 12 o’ and ‘naspot 13 o’ sweetpotato Robert O.M. Mwanga1 and Gerald Kyalo MARCH 2016
12. Breeding for bean anthracnose resistance: matching breeding interventions with people’s livelihoods through participatory variety selection S.T. Nkalubo1, A. Namayanja1, A.M. Ugen1, P. Paparu1, M. Otim1 and P. Asete1 2013
13. Prevalence and variability of the common bean rust in uganda Blessing Adanta Odogwu1,6*, Stanley Tamusange Nkalubo2, Clare Mukankusi3, Pamela Paparu2, Rubaihayo Patrick1, James Kelly4 and James Steadman 5 21 November, 2016
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15. Geneticdissectionofnovelqtlsforresistancetoleafspotsandtomatospottedwiltvirusinpeanut(arachishypogaeal.) Manish K.Pandey, HuiWang, PawanKhera, ManishK.Vishwakarma, Sandip M.Kale , AlbertK.Culbreath , C.CorleyHolbrook, XingjunWang, Rajeev K.Varshney and BaozhuGuo January 2017
16. Achieving sustainable cultivation of grain legumes Shoba Sivasankar, David Bergvinson, Pooran Gaur, Shiv Kumar, Steve Beebe, Manuel Tamo 2018
17. Composition and variation of fatty acids among groundnut cultivars in uganda E. ACHOLA, P. TUKAMUHABWA, J.ADRIKO, R. EDEMA, S.E. MWALE, P. GIBSON, P. NAVEEN, V. OKUL1, D. MICHAEL and D.K. OKELLO 2017
18. Adoption of on-farm plantation forestry by smallholder farmers in uganda I. Kiyingi, A. Edriss, M. Phiri, M. Buyinza & H. Agaba 2016
19. African journal of agricultural research prevalence and variability of the common bean rust in uganda Blessing Odogwu, Clare Mukankusi 2016
20. Agronomic qualities of genetic pyramids of common bean developed for multiple-disease-resistance D. OKII , P. TUKAMUHABWA, G. TUSIIME, H. TALWANA, T. ODONG, C. MUKANKUSI, A. MALE, W. AMONGI, S. SEBULIBA, P. PAPARU, S. NKALUBO, M. UGEN , S. BUAH and P. GEPTS November 2017
21. Assessment of groundnut (arachis hypogaea l.) genotypes for yield and resistance to late leaf spot and rosette diseases Khalid Elsiddig Mohammed, Emmanuel Afutu, Thomas L. Odong, David K. Okello, Ephraim Nuwamanya, Olupot Grigon, Patrick R. Rubaihayo and Patrick Okori March 2018
22. Variety × environment × management interaction of diseases and yield in selected common bean varieties Awio Bruno, Mukankusi M. Clare, Nkalubo T. Stanley, Gibson Paul, Malinga G. Maxwell, Rubaihayo Patrick, and Edema Richard 2017
23. Breeding for bean anthracnose resistance: matching breeding interventions with people’s livelihoods through participatory variety selection S.T. Nkalubo, A. Namayanja, A.M. Ugen, P. Paparu, M. Otim and P. Asete 2013
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30. Detection of sister-species in invasive populations of the fall armyworm spodoptera frugiperda (lepidoptera: noctuidae) from uganda Michael H. Otim, Wee Tek Tay, Thomas K. Walsh, Dalton Kanyesigye, Stella Adumo, Joseph Abongosi, Stephen Ochen, Julius Sserumaga, Simon Alibu, Grace Abalo, Godfrey Asea, Ambrose Agona 2018
31. Determinants of groundnut rosette virus disease occurrence in uganda I.O. Mugisa, J. Karungi, B. Akello, M.K.N. Ochwo-Ssemakula, M. Biruma, D.K. Okello, G. Otim 2015
32. Development of intermittent drought stress tolerant common bean genotypes in uganda W. AMONGI, S.T. NKALUBO, M. OCHWO-SSEMAKULA, P.T. GIBSON and R. EDEMA Semi-Arid Resources Research Institute, Uganda 2014
33. Effect of marker aided pyramiding of anthracnose and pythium root rot resistance genes on plant agronomic characters among advanced common bean genotypes M. Kiryowa, S. T. Nkalubo, C. Mukankusi, H. Talwana, P. Gibson & P. Tukamuhabwa 2014
34. Effectiveness of a biological control agent palexorista gilvoides in controlling gonometa podorcarpi in conifer plantations of uganda P. Kiwuso, R. Tumuhimbise, S. Sempala, R. Kakayi, R. Gwokyalya, V. Namuyanja, D. Mukwasibwe and W. Mafabi 2015
35. Effects of plant density on the performance of local and elite cowpea [vigna unguiculata l. (walp)] varieties in eastern uganda J. Bisikwa, R. Kawooya, J. M. Ssebuliba, S.P. Ddungu, M. Biruma and D. K. Okello 2015
36. Effects of plant density on the performance of local and elite cowpea [vigna unguiculata l. (walp)] varieties in eastern uganda J. Bisikwa, R. Kawooya, J. M. Ssebuliba, S.P. Ddungu, M. Biruma and D. K. Okello 2013
37. Eight decades of groundnuts research in uganda D. K. Okello, L.B., Akello, J. Ininda and C. M, Deom 2013
38. Evaluation and delivery of disease-resistant and micronutrientdense sweetpotato varieties to farmers in uganda G. Ssemakula, C. Niringiye, M. Otema, G. Kyalo, J. Namakula and R.O.M. Mwanga 2014
39. Evaluation of the reaction of segregating generations of improved groundnuts [arachis hypogaea l] to rosette disease in uganda J. M. Ssebuliba, R. G. Nalugo, D. K. Okello, N. Puppala 2014
40. Farmers’ knowledge on forage production in smallholder dairy systems of uganda Buyinza Joel., Sekatuba Jude., Ongodia Gerald., Eryau Kenneth., Nansereko Susan., Opolot Ibwala Vincent., Kwaga Phiona., Akellem Richard., Mudondo Scovia and Agaba Hillary 2015
41. Gene effects for resistance to groundnut rossette disease in exotic valencia groundnuts R.G. NALUGO, W. WAMBI, J.M. SEBBULIBA, D.K. OKELLO and N. PUPPALA 2016
42. Genetic variability studies of valencia groundnut varieties for late leaf spot (phaeoisariopsis personata) resistance Wilber Wambi, Pinehas Tukamuhabwa, Sivananda Varma Tirumalaraju, David Kalule Okello, Carl Michael Deom, Boris E. Bravo-Ureta and Naveen Puppala 2015
43. Wilber wambi, pinehas tukamuhabwa, sivananda varma tirumalaraju, david kalule okello, carl michael deom, boris e. bravo-ureta and naveen puppala Wilber Wambi1, Pinehas Tukamuhabwa, Sivananda Varma Tirumalaraju, David Kalule Okello, Carl Michael Deom, Boris E. Bravo-Ureta and Naveen Puppala 2014
44. Genetics of resistance to groundnut rosette virus disease S.I. KAYONDO, P.R. RUBAIHAYO, B.R. NTARE, P.T. GIBSON, R. EDEMA, A. OZIMATI and D.K. OKELLO 2014
45. Genomics, genetics and breeding of tropical legumes for better livelihoods of smallholder farmers Chris Ojiewo, Emmanuel Monyo, Haile Desmae, Ousmane Boukar, Clare Mukankusi-Mugisha, Mahendar Thudi, Manish K. Pandey, Rachit K. Saxena, Rajeev K. Varshney, Pooran M. Gaur, Sushilk Chaturvedi, Asnake Fikre, NPVR Ganga Rao, CV SameerKumar, Patrick 2017
46. Grountnut rossete disease symptoms types distribution and management of the disease in uganda D.K. Okello, L.B. Akello, P. Tukamuhabwa, Odong T.L., M. Ochwo-Ssemakula, J. Adriko, C.M. Deom 2014
47. Growth performance of 5-year old pinus caribaea var. hondurensis (barr. and golf.) in selected districts of uganda F. Kalanzi, S. Nansereko, P. Okullo, S. Gwali, I. Kiyingi and R.T. Guuroh 2014
48. Heritability for resistance to rosette disease in exotic valencia groundnuts R.G. NALUGO, W. WAMBI, J.M. SEBBULIBA, D.K. OKELLO and N. PUPPALA 2016
49. Incidence and severity of potentially toxigenic aspergillus flavus in maize (zea mays l.) from different major maize growing regions of uganda Julius P. Sserumaga, Dan Makumbi, Lee Simyung, Kiarie Njoroge, James W. Muthomi, George N. Chemining'wa, Godfrey Asea, Moses Waswa, Daniel K. Bomet 2015
50. Influence of intercropping on the performance of elite cowpeas [vigna unguiculata l. (walp)] varieties and maize [zea mays l.] in eastern uganda J. M. Ssebuliba , R. Kawooya, J. Bisikwa, S.P. Ddungu, M. Biruma and D. K. Okello 2013
51. Inheritance of resistance to common bacterial blight in four selected common bean (phaseolus vulgaris l.) genotypes Boris M. E. Alladassi, Stanley T. Nkalubo, Clare Mukankusi, Eric S.Mwale, Paul Gibson, Richard Edema, Carlos A. Urrea, James D. Kelly and Patrick R. Rubaihayo 2017
52. Effects of social network factors on information acquisition and adoption of improved groundnut varieties: the case of uganda and kenya Mary Thuo, Alexandra A. Bell, Boris E. Bravo-Ureta, Michée A. Lachaud, David K. Okello, Evelyn Nasambu Okoko, Nelson L. Kidula 2013
53. Genetic variability studies of valencia groundnut varieties for late leaf spot (phaeoisariopsis personata) resistance Wilber Wambi, Pinehas Tukamuhabwa, Sivananda Varma Tirumalaraju, David Kalule Okello, Carl Michael Deom, Boris E. Bravo-Ureta and Naveen Puppala 2015
54. Assessment of groundnut (arachis hypogaea l.) genotypes for yield and resistance to late leaf spot and rosette diseases Khalid Elsiddig, Mohammed, Emmanuel Afutu, Thomas L. Odong, David K. Okello, Ephraim Nuwamanya, Olupot Grigon, Patrick R. Rubaihayo and Patrick Okori 2018
55. Molecular diagnostics of groundnut rosette disease agents in uganda: implications on epidemiology and management of groundnut rosette disease David Kalule Okello, Michael Adrogu Ugen, Phinehas Tukamuhabwa, Mildred Ochwo- Ssemakula, Thomas Lapaka Odong, John Adriko, Faith Kiconco, Allan Male and Carl Michael Deom 2017
56. Determinants of groundnut rosette virus disease occurrence in uganda I.O. Mugisa a, J. Karungi , B. Akello, M.K.N. Ochwo-Ssemakula, M. Biruma, D.K. Okello , G. Otim 2015
57. Assessing the effect of farmers' practices on the severity of groundnut rosette virus disease in uganda Mugisa I.O., Karungi J., Akello B., Ochwo-Ssemakula M.K.N., Biruma M., Okello D.K. and Otim G. 2015
58. A report of the second biennial naro scientific conference connecting agricultural research to society NARO 2015
59. Naro successful interventions generated and disseminated towards agricultural development in uganda NARO 2017
60. Narrow sense heritability and gene effects for late leaf spot resistance in valencia groundnuts W. WAMBI, P. TUKAMUHABWA, N. PUPPALA, D.K. OKELLO, R.G. NALUGO and N.A. KAAYA 2014
61. ‘naspot 12 o’ and ‘naspot 13 o’ sweetpotato Robert O.M. Mwanga1 and Gerald Kyalo 2016
62. Overview of groundnuts research in uganda: past, present and future D. K. Okello, M. Biruma and C. M. Deom 2010
63. On-farm conservation and use values of indigenous tree species in uganda Buyinza J., Agaba H., Ongodia G., Eryau K., Sekatuba J., Kalanzi F., Kwaga P., Mudondo S. and Nansereko S. 2015
64. Pathogenic variation of colletotrichum lindemuthianum causing anthracnose of beans (phaseolus vulgaris) in uganda Moses J. Kiryowa, Aston Ebinu, Vincent Kyaligonza, Stanley T. Nkalubo, Pamela Paparu, Clare Mukankusi, Phinehas Tukamuhabwa 2016
65. Physicochemical characterization of jatropha curcas linn oil for biodiesel production in nebbi and mokono districts in uganda Yonah K. Turinayo, Fred Kalanzi, Jude M. Mudoma, Peter Kiwuso, Godwin M. Asiimwe, John F. O. Esegu, Paul Balitta, Christine Mwanja 2015
66. Prevalence and variability of the common bean rust in uganda Blessing Adanta Odogwu, Stanley Tamusange Nkalubo, Clare Mukankusi, Pamela Paparu, Rubaihayo Patrick, James Kelly and James Steadman 2016
67. Preventing mycotoxin contamination in groundnut cultivation David Jordan, Rick Brandenburg and Gary Payne, North Carolina State University, Raleigh USA; David Hoisington, Nick Magnan and James Rhoads, The University of Georgia, Athens, USA; Mumuni Abudulai, Savanna Agricultural Research Institute, Tamale, G 2017
68. Productivity gaps among groundnut farmers in kenya and uganda: a stochastic production frontier analysis Cresensia Asekenye, Boris E. Bravo-Ureta, Mike Deom, Nelson Kidula, David Kalule Okello, Nasambu Okoko, Naveen Puppala 2017
69. Productivity gaps among smallholder groundnut farmers: a comparative analysis for uganda and kenya Cresensia Asekenye, Boris E. Bravo-Ureta, Mike Deom, Nelson Kidula, David Kalule Okello, Nasambu Okoko, Naveen Puppala 2013
70. Recovery of morphological traits associated with the valencia botanical group in segregating groundnut [arachishypogaea l] generations in uganda R.G. Nalugo, J.M. Ssebiliba, D.K. Okello, Naveen Puppala 2014
71. Regeneration procedure for three arachis hypogaea l. botanicals in uganda through embryogenesis D. K. Okello, L. B. Akello, P. Tukamuhabwa, S. M. Ochwo, T. L. Odong, J. Adriko, C. Mwami3 and C. M. Deom 2015
72. Registration of ‘serenut 5r’ groundnut D. K. Okello, C. M. Deom, N. Puppala, E. Monyo, Boris Bravo-Ureta 2016
73. Response of tissue zinc to zinc fertilisation by zinc biofortifier bush bean genotypes targeted for low income communities E. Nankya, J. S. Tenywa, S. Nkalubo and L. N. Mulumba 2015
74. Registration of ‘serenut 6t’ groundnut D. K. Okello, C. M. Deom, N. Puppala, E. Monyo, and B. Bravo-Ureta 2017
75. Socio-economic analysis of beekeeping enterprise in communities adjacent to kalinzu forest, western uganda Fred Kalanzi1, Susan Nansereko, Joel Buyinza, Peter Kiwuso, Yonah Turinayo, Christine Mwanja, George Niyibizi, Samuel Ongerep, Jude Sekatuba, Denis Mujuni 2015
76. Susceptibility to bruchids among common beans in uganda J.A. EBINU, V. NSABIYERA, M. OTIM, S.T. NKALUBO, M.UGEN, A.J. AGONA and H.L. TALWANA 2016
77. The economics of the carbon sequestration potential of plantation forestry in south-western uganda Isaac Kiyingi, Abdi-Khalil Edriss, Alexander MR Phiri, Buyinza Mukadasi, Susan Tumwebaze & Hillary Agaba 2016
78. The impact of farm forestry on poverty alleviation and food security in uganda I. Kiyingi, A. Edriss, M. Phiri, M. Buyinza & H. Agaba 2016
79. Tolerance levels of peanut varieties against aspergillus flavus infection Frank Olwari, Jenipher Bisikwa, Archileo Natigo Kaaya and David Kalule Okello 2013
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95. Cassava pests and diseases’ prevalence and performance as revealed by adaptive trial sites in north western agro-ecological zone of uganda A. Abaca, M. Kiryowa, E. Awori, A. Andema, F. Dradiku, A. S. Moja & J. Mukalazi 2013
96. Assessment of mango pests, diseases and orchard management practices in west nile zone of uganda Dan Acema, Baron Asiku, Emmanuel Odama, Dickson Egama 2016
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101. A review of uganda and india’s freshwater aquaculture: key practices and experience from each country N. kasozi, J. Rutaisire, S. Nandi and J. K. Sundaray 2016
102. Histomorphological description of the digestive system of pebbly fish, alestes baremoze (joannis, 1835) Nasser Kasozi, Gerald Iwe Degu, Julius Mukalazi, Charles Drago Kato, Majid Kisekka, Akisoferi Owori Wadunde, Godfrey Kityo, and Victoria Tibenda Namulawa 2017
103. Site suitability assessment of selected bays along the albert nile for cage aquaculture in west nile region of uganda Nasser Kasozi, Hellen Opie, Gerald Iwe, Christopher Enima, Mujibu Nkambo, Martin Turyashemererwa, Janet Naluwayiro and Kassim Sadik 2016
104. Bacteriological and physicochemical qualities of traditionally dry-salted pebbly fish (alestes baremoze) sold in different markets of west nile region, uganda N. Kasozi, V. T. Namulawa, G. I. Degu, C. D. Kato and J. Mukalazi 2016
105. Classification of ovarian stages of alestes baremoze (joannis, 1835): a step towards understanding its reproductive biology N. Kasozi1, G. I. Degu, K. Atibuni, M. Kisekka, A. Owori-Wadunde, S. Mugerwa 2013
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