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    1. Assani, A; Haicour, R; Wenzel, G; Cote, F; Bakry, F; Foroughi-Wehr, B; Ducreux, G; Aguillar, ME; Grapin, A
      Plant regeneration from protoplasts of dessert banana cv. Grande Naine (Musa spp., Cavendish sub-group AAA) via somatic embryogenesis

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    2. Schenk, PM; Remans, T; Sagi, L; Elliott, AR; Dietzgen, RG; Swennen, R; Ebert, PR; Grof, CPL; Manners, JM
      Promoters for pregenomic RNA of banana streak badnavirus are active for transgene expression in monocot and dicot plants

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    3. Daniells, JW; Geering, ADW; Bryde, NJ; Thomas, JE
      The effect of Banana streak virus on the growth and yield of dessert bananas in tropical Australia

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    4. Rout, GR; Samantaray, S; Das, P
      Biotechnology of the banana: A review of recent progress

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    5. Godonou, I; Green, KR; Oduro, KA; Lomer, CJ; Afreh-Nuamah, K
      Field evaluation of selected formulations of Beauveria bassiana for the management of the banana weevil (Cosmopolites sordidus) on plantain (Musa spp., AAB group)

      BIOCONTROL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    6. Hoss, R; Helbig, J; Bochow, H
      Function of host and fungal metabolites in resistance response of banana and plantain in the Black Sigatoka disease pathosystem (Musa spp. Mycosphaerella fijiensis)

      JOURNAL OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY-PHYTOPATHOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT
    7. Musabyimana, T; Saxena, RC; Kairu, EW; Ogol, CKPO; Khan, ZR
      Powdered neem seed and cake for management of the banana weevil, Cosmopolites sordidus, and parasitic nematodes

      PHYTOPARASITICA
    8. Sirisena, JA; Senanayake, SGJN
      Estimation of variability parameters within 'Mysore' banana clones and their implication for crop improvement

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    9. Shepherd, G; Buresh, RJ; Gregory, PJ
      Land use affects the distribution of soil inorganic nitrogen in smallholder production systems in Kenya

      BIOLOGY AND FERTILITY OF SOILS
    10. Marin, DH; Barker, KR; Sutton, TB
      Efficacy of "ABG-9008" against burrowing nematode (Radopholus similis) on bananas

      NEMATROPICA
    11. D'Hont, A; Paget-Goy, A; Escoute, J; Carreel, F
      The interspecific genome structure of cultivated banana, Musa spp. revealed by genomic DNA in situ hybridization

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    12. Rufyikiri, G; Declerck, S; Dufey, JE; Delvaux, B
      Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi might alleviate aluminium toxicity in banana plants

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    13. Ploetz, RC; Haynes, JL; Vazquez, A; Benscher, D
      Performance of new banana germplasm in south Florida

      HORTSCIENCE
    14. Yano-Melo, AM; Saggin, OJ; Lima, JM; Melo, NF; Maia, LC
      Effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on the acclimatization of micropropagated banana plantlets

      MYCORRHIZA
    15. Ferris, RSB; Ortiz, R; Vuylsteke, D
      Fruit quality evaluation of plantains, plantain hybrids, and cooking bananas

      POSTHARVEST BIOLOGY AND TECHNOLOGY
    16. Musabyimana, T; Saxena, RC
      Efficacy of neem seed derivatives against nematodes affecting banana

      PHYTOPARASITICA
    17. Hernandez, JBP; Remy, S; Sauco, VG; Swennen, R; Sagi, L
      Chemotactic movement and attachment of Agrobacterium tumefaciens to bananacells and tissues

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    18. Thinh, NT; Takagi, H; Yashima, S
      Cryopreservation of in vitro-grown shoot tips of banana (Musa spp) by vitrification method

      CRYO-LETTERS
    19. Orion, D; Levy, Y; Israeli, Y; Fischer, E
      Scanning electron microscope observations on spiral nematode (Helicotylenchus multicinctus)-infested banana roots

      NEMATROPICA
    20. Wills, RBH; Harris, DR; Seberry, JA
      Delayed ripening of bananas through minimization of ethylene

      TROPICAL AGRICULTURE
    21. Weber, OB; Baldani, VLD; Teixeira, KRS; Kirchhof, G; Baldani, JI; Dobereiner, J
      Isolation and characterization of diazotrophic bacteria from banana and pineapple plants

      PLANT AND SOIL
    22. Marin, DH; Barker, KR; Kaplan, DT; Sutton, TB; Opperman, CH
      Aggressiveness and damage potential of Central American and Caribbean populations of Radopholus spp. in banana

      JOURNAL OF NEMATOLOGY
    23. PINOCHET J; JAIZME MD; FERNANDEZ C; JAUMOT M; DEWAELE D
      SCREENING BANANAS FOR ROOT-KNOT (MELOIDOGYNE SPP.) AND LESION NEMATODE (PRATYLENCHUS-GOODEYI) RESISTANCE FOR THE CANARY-ISLANDS

      Fundamental and applied nematology
    24. ORTIZ R; VUYLSTEKE D
      QUANTITATIVE VARIATION AND PHENOTYPIC CORRELATIONS IN BANANA AND PLANTAIN

      Scientia horticulturae
    25. ORTIZ R; VUYLSTEKE D
      BITA-3 - A STARCHY BANANA WITH PARTIAL RESISTANCE TO BLACK SIGATOKA AND TOLERANCE TO STREAK VIRUS

      HortScience
    26. ORTIZ R; VUYLSTEKE D
      PITA-14 - A BLACK SIGATOKA-RESISTANT TETRAPLOID PLANTAIN HYBRID WITH VIRUS TOLERANCE

      HortScience
    27. NOKOE S; ORTIZ R
      OPTIMUM PLOT SIZE FOR BANANA TRIALS

      HortScience
    28. ORTIZ R; ULBURGHS F; OKORO JU
      SEASONAL-VARIATION OF APPARENT MALE-FERTILITY AND 2N POLLEN PRODUCTION IN PLANTAIN AND BANANA

      HortScience
    29. TENKOUANO A; CROUCH JH; CROUCH HK; ORTIZ R
      GENETIC DIVERSITY, HYBRID PERFORMANCE, AND COMBINING ABILITY FOR YIELD IN MUSA GERMPLASM

      Euphytica
    30. Tenkouano, A; Ortiz, R; Vuylsteke, D
      Combining ability for yield and plant phenology in plantain-derived populations

      EUPHYTICA
    31. HUANG PL; DO YY; HUANG FC; THAY TS; CHANG TW
      CHARACTERIZATION AND EXPRESSION ANALYSIS OF A BANANA GENE ENCODING 1-AMINOCYCLOPROPANE-1-CARBOXYLATE OXIDASE

      Biochemistry and molecular biology international
    32. ODEIGAH PGC
      DOUBLE BUNCHING IN A PLANTAIN GERMPLASM IN NIGERIA - A NEW GENOTYPE

      Genetic resources and crop evolution
    33. ORTIZ R
      OCCURRENCE AND INHERITANCE OF 2N POLLEN IN MUSA

      Annals of botany
    34. OSUJI JO; OKOLI BE; VUYLSTEKE D; ORTIZ R
      MULTIVARIATE PATTERN OF QUANTITATIVE TRAIT VARIATION IN TRIPLOID BANANA AND PLANTAIN CULTIVARS

      Scientia horticulturae
    35. ORTIZ R
      GENETIC AND PHENOTYPIC CORRELATIONS IN PLANTAIN-BANANA EUPLOID HYBRIDS

      Plant breeding
    36. HARELIMANA G; LEPOIVRE P; JIJAKLI H; MOURICHON X
      USE OF MYCOSPHAERELLA-FIJIENSIS TOXINS FOR THE SELECTION OF BANANA CULTIVARS RESISTANT TO BLACK LEAF STREAK

      Euphytica
    37. PANIS B; TOTTE N; VANNIMMEN K; WITHERS LA; SWENNEN R
      CRYOPRESERVATION OF BANANA (MUSA SPP) MERISTEM CULTURES AFTER PRECULTURE ON SUCROSE

      PLANT SCIENCE
    38. ORTIZ R; VUYLSTEKE D
      FACTORS INFLUENCING SEED SET IN TRIPLOID MUSA SPP L AND PRODUCTION OFEUPLOID HYBRIDS

      Annals of botany
    39. ORTIZ R; VUYLSTEKE D
      INHERITANCE OF DWARFISM IN PLANTAIN (MUSA SPP, AAB GROUP)

      Plant breeding
    40. GOENAGA R; IRIZARRY H; COLEMAN B; ORTIZ E
      DRIP IRRIGATION RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PLANTAIN AND BANANA GROWN ON THE SEMIARID SOUTHERN COAST OF PUERTO-RICO

      The Journal of agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico
    41. SAGI L; REMY S; VERELST B; PANIS B; CAMMUE BPA; VOLCKAERT G; SWENNEN R
      TRANSIENT GENE-EXPRESSION IN TRANSFORMED BANANA (MUSA CV BLUGGOE) PROTOPLASTS AND EMBRYOGENIC-CELL SUSPENSIONS

      Euphytica
    42. EKANAYAKE IJ; ORTIZ R; VUYLSTEKE DR
      INFLUENCE OF LEAF AGE, SOIL-MOISTURE, VPD AND TIME OF DAY ON LEAF CONDUCTANCE OF VARIOUS MUSA GENOTYPES IN A HUMID FOREST MOIST SAVANNA TRANSITION SITE

      Annals of botany
    43. RUGALEMA GH; JOHNSEN FH; RUGAMBISA J
      THE HOMEGARDEN AGROFORESTRY SYSTEM TO BUKOBA DISTRICT, NORTH-WESTERN TANZANIA .2. CONSTRAINTS TO FARM PRODUCTIVITY

      Agroforestry systems
    44. RUGALEMA GH; OKTINGATI A; JOHNSEN FH
      THE HOMEGARDEN AGROFORESTRY SYSTEM OF BUKOBA DISTRICT, NORTH-WESTERN TANZANIA .1. FARMING SYSTEM-ANALYSIS

      Agroforestry systems
    45. MEGIA R; HAICOUR R; TIZROUTINE S; TRANG VB; ROSSIGNOL L; SIHACHAKR D; SCHWENDIMAN J
      PLANT-REGENERATION FROM CULTURED PROTOPLASTS OF THE COOKING BANANA CVBLUGGOE (MUSA SPP, ABB-GROUP)

      Plant cell reports
    46. SWENNEN R; VUYLSTEKE D
      BREEDING BLACK SIGATOKA RESISTANT PLANTAINS WITH A WILD BANANA

      Tropical agriculture
    47. LEBOT V; ARADHYA KM; MANSHARDT R; MEILLEUR B
      GENETIC-RELATIONSHIPS AMONG CULTIVATED BANANAS AND PLANTAINS FROM ASIA AND THE PACIFIC

      Euphytica
    48. BURDON JN; MOORE KG; WAINWRIGHT H
      THE PEEL OF PLANTAIN AND COOKING BANANA FRUITS

      Annals of Applied Biology
    49. THOMAS P; JANAVE MT
      EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON CHLOROPHYLLASE ACTIVITY, CHLOROPHYLL DEGRADATION AND CAROTENOIDS OF CAVENDISH BANANAS DURING RIPENING

      International journal of food science & technology


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