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- Bactrocera invadens (Diptera: Tephritidae), a new invasive fruit fly pest for the Afrotropical region: host plant range and distribution in West and Central Africa.
- DOMESTICATING INDIGENOUS FRUIT TREES AS A CONTRIBUTION TO POVERTY REDUCTION
- Domestication of Irvingia gabonensis: 2. The selection of multiple traits for potential cultivars from Cameroon and Nigeria
- Domestication of Irvingia gabonensis: 3. Phenotypic variation of fruits and kernels in a Nigerian village
- Domestication of Irvingia gabonensis: 4. Tree-to-tree variation in food-thickening properties and in fat and protein contents of dika nut
- Evidence that subsistence farmers have domesticated indigenous fruits (Dacryodes edulis and Irvingia gabonensis) in Cameroon and Nigeria
- Nutrient composition of selected indigenous fruits from sub-Saharan Africa.
- Vegetative propagation of indigenous fruit trees: influence of defoliation on survival of rooted marcots (air-layered plants) of Irvingia gabonensis and Dacryodes edulis in Onne, Niger Delta Region of Nigeria