Volume 11 No. 6 (2011)
In this issue, we have the following articles:
Guest Editorial: Babu Suresh
Developing Multi-disciplinary Capacity for Agriculture, Health and Nutrition - Challenges and Opportunities
Short Communication: Solomon Abate
Artemisla annua L. as an alternative potential weed control option
Short Communication: Elly Sabiiti
Utilising agricultural waste to enhance food security and conserve the environment
Book Review: Elsayed Hafez
Advances in Medicinal Plant Research
Communique: Hon. Julia Gillard MP
Australia strenghens food security in Africa
Peer Reviewed Articles:
- Suitability of three newly released Kenyan potato varieties for processing into crisps and French fries.
Ooko George and JN Kabira
- Size reduction of food commodities and food safety in some Accra markets.
Sinayobye Emmanuel and FK Saalia
- Optimization of roasting temperature and time during oil extraction from orange (Citrus sinensis) seeds: A response surface methodology approach.
Akinoso Rahman et al.
- Mould contamination of ready-to-eat cereal-based foods retailed in Lesotho with special reference to toxigenic aspergillus flavus.
Mohale Sejakhosi and J Allotey
- Effects of extracts from three indigenous spices on the chemical stability of smoke-dried catfish (Clarias lezera) during storage.
Adeniji Tajudeen et al.
- Comparative analysis of the promixate compositions of Tarpon atlanticus and Clarias gariepinus from culture systems in south-western Nigeria.
Babatunde Emmanuel et al.
- The primacy of trust in the social networks and livelihoods of women agro-entrepreneurs in nothern Tanzania.
Mehta Khanjan et al.
- Trust, cell phones, social networks and agricultural entrepreneurship in East Africa: A dynamic interdependence.
Mehta Khanjan et al.
- Allium hookeri, Thw. Enum. A lesser known terrestrial perennial herb used as food and its ethnobotanical relevance in Manipur.
- Efficacy of clove (Syzygium aromaticum (L.) Merr and Perry) powder as a protectant of groundnut kernels in storage.
Amoako-Attah et al.
- Physicochemical, nutritional and organoleptic evaluation of cookies from pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan) and cocoyam (Xanthosoma sp) flour blends.
Okpala Laura and VA Chinyelu
- Overweight and hypertension among college of health sciences employees in Ghana.
Aryeetey Richmond and J Ansong