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 Dr. (Mrs.) A. O. Salami
B.Sc. (Ife)

M.Sc.

Ph.D. (Ibadan)

 

                          Plant- Microbe-Interaction                                                   
 

 

                                                                                 Publications

Salami, A.O. (2009) An Agro-biotechnology System for Improving Traditional Land-use System in Sub-Saharan Africa. in: Kevin Urama, Judith Francis, Marsden Momanyi, Sheila Ochugboju, Arnold Ominde, Nicholas Ozor and Guy Manners (Editors) Agricultural Innovations for Sustainable Development. 2 (1): 60-65.

Awotoye, O.O.; Adewole, M.B.; Salami, A.O. and Ohiembor, M.O. (2009). Arbuscular mycorrhiza contribution to the growth performance and heavy metal uptake of Helianthus annuus (Linn.) in pot culture. African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology. Vol. 3(6) 157-163pp.

Salami, A.O. and Popoola, O. (2008). Hot water treatment for the control of some post-harvest rot pathogens of sweet potato (Ipomea batata L.): In- Food, Health and Environmental Issues in Developing Countries: The Nigerian Situation.(ed) Adebooye, O.C.; Kehinde, A.T. and Fatufe, A.A. Book Project Alexander von Humbolt Stiftung/ Foundation, Bonn, Germany. 13pages.

Salami, A.O. and Akintokun, A.K. (2008), “Post-harvest enzymatic activities of healthy and infected cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) Tubers. Emir. J. Food Agric. 20(1): 01-17.

Salami, A.O. (2008), “Bio-control of fusarium wilt of pepper (Capsicum annum Linn.) with Glomus mosseae and Trichoderma viride . Ife Journal of Agriculture, Vol. 23 (1).

Salami, A.O. and Popoola, O.O. (2007), “Thermal control of some post-harvest pathogens of Irish potato (Solanum tuberosome L.)”, Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 52 (1): 17-31.

Salami, A.O. (2007), “Assessment of VAM Biotechnology in improving the agricultural productivity of Nutrient-deficient soil in the tropics. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection. 40 (5): 338-344.

Salami, A.O. and Osonubi, O. (2006), “Growth and yield of maize and cassava cultivars as affected by mycorrhizal inoculation and alley cropping regime”, Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 51 (2): 123-132.

Salami, A. O., Odebode, A. C. and Osonubi, O. (2005), “The use of arbuscular Mycorrhiza (AM) as a source of yield increase in sustainable alley cropping system”, Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science, 51(4): 385-390.

Salami, A. O.; Oyetunji, O. J.; and Igwe, N. J. (2005), “An investigation of the impact of Glomus clarum (mycorrhiza) on the growth of tomato (Lycopersicum esculentum mill.) on both sterilized and non-sterilized soils”, Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science, 51 (6): 579 – 588.

Odebode, A. C. and Salami, A. O. (2004), “Biochemical contents of pepper seedlings inoculated with Phytophthora infestans and arbuscular mycorrhiza”, Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 49 (2): 251-257.

Salami, A.O. and Osonubi, O. (2003), “Influence of mycorrhizal inoculation and different pruning regimes on fresh root yield of alley and sole cropped Cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) in Nigeria”, Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science, 49 (3): 317-323.

 

                                                                  

                                                                           Email Address: sola1salami@yahoo.co.uk
                                                                          Alternate Email: sola1salami@oauife.edu.ng

                                                                             
 

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