Archive | August 2014

Volume 5, Number 1, July 2014 – IJAAR | International network for natural sciences – research journal

Evaluating the effectiveness of botanical sprays in controlling Aphids (Brevicoryne brassicae) on rape (Brassica napus L)

Innocent Pahla, Martin Moyo, Simbarashe Muzemu, Tavagwisa Muziri

Int. J. Agr. Agri. Res. 5(1), 1-6. (Full Text)


Genetic diversity of orange fruit (Citrus sinensis L.) cultivars in Tunisia using AFLP markers

Olfa Saddoud Debbabi, Najla Mezghani, Maher Madini, Nasr Ben Abedelaali, Rym Bouhlel, Aymen Ksia,  Massaoud Mars

Int. J. Agr. Agri. Res. 5(1), 7-15. (Full Text)


The effect of 2,4-D on callus induction using leaf lobe of sweet potato as a source of explant

F. Addae-Frimpomaah, E. Arkorful,  T.K. Tengey

Int. J. Agr. Agri. Res. 5(1), 16-22. (Full Text)


Study of Somaclonal Variation in two rice cultivars regenerated from embryo culture, using SSR markers

Hamed Salehian, Nad-Ali Babaeian, Nad-Ali Bagheri,  Behnam Sedaghati, Farzad Banaei-asl, Sara Kabirnataj

Int. J. Agr. Agri. Res. 5(1), 23-28. (Full Text)


Evaluation of Genetic Diversity of Iranian Turnip Accessions (Brassica rapa L.) Based on Morphological Characteristics

Fatemeh Sadat Mehrpour Moghadam, Mohammad Reza Hassandokht, Mahmood Khosrowchahli

Int. J. Agr. Agri. Res. 5(1), 29-38. (Full Text)


Modelling population dynamics of army worm (Spodoptera litura  F.) (Lepidoptera: Noctuiidae) in relation to meteorological factors in Multan, Punjab, Pakistan

Muhammad Sohail Shahzad, Asifa Hameed,  Saghir Ahmad, Abid Mehmood, Muhammad Aslam, adeem Khan, Khalid Mehmood, Shoaib Fared

Int. J. Agr. Agri. Res. 5(1), 39-45. (Full Text)


Effect of intercropping bambara groundnud (Vigna subterranea (L.) Verdc) and maize (Zea mays L.) on the yield and the yield component in woodland savannahs of Côte d’Ivoire

By Kouassi N’dri Jacob, Tonessia Dolou Charlotte, Kouassi Kouadio Henri, Zoro Bi Irie Arsène

Int. J. Agr. Agri. Res. 5(1), 46-55. (Full Text)


Populations dynamic of  Pseudophacopteron  spp.  (Hemiptera: Phacopteronidae), psyllids pest of  Dacryodes edulis (Burseraceae) in Cameroon

Indou Mapon Nsangou, Joseph Lebel Tamesse

Int. J. Agr. Agri. Res. 5(1), 56-73. (Full Text)


ssessment of density and cultivation type on growth and yield of two cultivars of basil (Ocimum basilicum L.)

Mirjalili Seyed Abbas

Int. J. Agr. Agri. Res. 5(1), 74-79. (Full Text)


Effect of drying regime on the chemical constituents of Plectranthus glandulosus  leaf powder and its efficacy against Callosobruchus maculatus and Sitophilus zeamais

H. Tofel Katamssadan, N. Nukenine Elias, Ulrich Detlef, Adler Cornel

Int. J. Agr. Agri. Res. 5(1), 80-91. (Full Text)


Potential evapotranspiration of winter wheat in the conditions of south Serbia

Miroljub Aksić,  Nebojša Gudžić, Nebojša Deletić, Slaviša Stojković,  Slaviša Gudžić, Jasmina Knežević

Int. J. Agr. Agri. Res. 5(1), 92-100. (Full Text)


Phosphate application  influences the initial growth  and accumulation  of phosphorus and nitrogen  in UMBU (Spondias tuberosa Arruda Camara)

Jailson Lopes Cruz, Luiz Francisco da Silva Souza, Dyane Coelho Queiroz, Claudinéia Regina Pelacani

Int. J. Agr. Agri. Res. 5(1), 101-109. (Full Text)


In-situ mineral nitrogen following soil incorporation Crotalaria grahamiana and Mucuna pruriens biomass and financial benefits of legume short-fallow in Eastern Uganda

Tumuhairwe John Baptist, Katusabe Alice Amoding, Delve Robert, Jama Bashir, Rwakaikara-Silver Mary Christine

Int. J. Agr. Agri. Res. 5(1), 110-123. (Full Text)


Oil quality analyses of four autochthon Tunisian olive varieties cultivated in the mountain of Kesra

Mnasri Rahmani Sameh, Saddoud Debbabi Olfa, Ben Saleh, Ferchichi Ali

Int. J. Agr. Agri. Res. 5(1), 124-132. (Full Text)


AFLP and SSR markers for characterization and identification of Tunisian millennium olive varieties

Mnasri Rahmani Sameh, Saddoud Debbabi Olfa, Ben Saleh, Ferchichi Ali

Int. J. Agr. Agri. Res. 5(1), 133-140. (Full Text)


Climate variabilities and incidences on agricultural production in the municipalities of Dassa-Zoume and Glazoue in the center OF Benin

Kadjegbin Roméo, Egbetowokpo Kokou, Guedenon Patient, Houssou Christophe

Int. J. Agr. Agri. Res. 5(1), 141-150. (Full Text)


Soil and nutrient loss from soil degradation in the Western Tropical Highlands of Cameroon : evidence from stream flow data  of river Mewou ( South Mifi) and implications  for long term agricultural productivity

Gouafo Casimir,Yerima Bernard Palmer Kfuban

Int. J. Agr. Agri. Res. 5(1), 151-157. (Full Text)

 

Sustainability analysis on fisheries resources of tidal marsh in Barito Kuala district, South Kalimantan

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Barito Kuala district is a region that is mainly composed of tidal marsh. Marsh area is a crucial area for agropolitan development on fisheries resources. With the current issues of land use converted function, we need to assess the sustainability level of the marsh area. This study aimed to assess the sustainability of tidal marsh fishery resources in the Barito Kuala district based on five dimensions of sustainability, i.e. ecological, economic, socio-cultural, technology, as well as legal and institutional dimensions. We used Multi-Dimensional Scaling (MDS) approach which was called Rap-Batola and the results were expressed in index and status of sustainability. The results showed that the Kuripan Sub-district has the highest sustainability index (59,37) compared to the Marabahan Sub-district (59,27) and Cerbon Sub-district (58,21). However, in general it can be stated that the fishery resources of tidal marsh in three sub-district areas were quite sustainable. Thus it can be stated that the fisheries resources of tidal marsh in the Barito Kuala district has sustained sufficient status.