Publication List on Indigenous Vegetables and Urban/Periurban Agriculture



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  1. Yang, R.-Y., S. C. S. Tsou, and T.-C. Lee, L.-C. Chang, G. Kuo, P.-Y. Lai. 2006. Moringa, a novel plant rich in antioxidants, bioavailable iron, and nutrients. In: Challenges in Chemistry and Biology of Herbs. C. T. Ho Ed. American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C. (In press)

  2. Yang, R.-Y., S. C. S. Tsou, T.-C. Lee., P. M. Hanson, P.-Y. Lai. 2005. Antioxidant capacities and daily antioxidant intake from vegetables consumed in Taiwan, pp 69 − 77. In: Symposium on Taiwan−America Agricultural Cooperative Projects. Agricultural Research Institute, COA, Taiwan.

  3. Yang, R.-Y., S. C. S. Tsou, T.-C. Lee. 2002. Effect of cooking on in vitro iron bioavailability of various vegetables. pp130-142. In: Bioactive Compounds in Foods: effect of processing and storage. Lee, T.C. and Ho, C.T. Eds. American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C.

  4. Yang, R.-Y., S. C. S. Tsou. (1999) Evaluating the nutritional potential of indigenous vegetables pp. 95-99. In: Proceedings of a Workshop on Collection, Conservation and Utilization of Indigenous Vegetables. AVRDC, Taiwan.

  5. Aphane J., Chadha, M.L. and M.O. Oluoch. 2003. Increasing the consumption of micronutrient-rich foods through the production and promotion of indigenous foods (Kalb. T., ed.). FAO-AVRDC International Workshop Proceedings, 5-8 March 2002, Arusha, Tanzania. AVRDC – The World Vegetable Center, Shanhua, Taiwan. Publication No. 03-561. 77 p.

  6. AVRDC Africa Regional Program. 2001. Vegetable Germplasm Conservation and Management. by M. L. Chadha, L. M. Engle and M. O. Oluoch. Proceedings of a training course held at AVRDC Africa Regional Program, Arusha, Tanzania, 26 March to 01 April 2000. Pp. 1-207.

  7. Chadha, M. L. 2000. Vegetable-Based approaches for Food Security and combating Micronutrient Deficiencies in Southern African Countries. A paper presented in the South African Nutrition Congress 2000. 15-18 August, 2000. Durban, South Africa

  8. Chadha, M. L., H. Mndiga and R. Nono-Womdim. 1998. Peri-Urban Vegetable Production and its scope in Tanzania. A paper presented at the International Conference on Peri-Urban Vegetable Production in the Asia-Pacific Region in the 21st Century held in Bangkok, Thailand from 29 September to 01 October 1998.

  9. Chadha, M.L. 2001. Agronomic and Horticultural challenges of African Indigenous Leafy Vegetables. Paper presented at the workshop on Germplasm management of African Indigenous Vegetables March6-9, 2001, Nairobi, Kenya.

  10. Chadha,M.L.2004. AVRDC’s experiences within Marketing of indigenous vegetables – A case study on commercialization of African eggplant.Paper presented at the Expert-Workshop on “ Marketing strategies and capacity strengthening to realize the economic potential of underutilized species”.University of Macerata, Italy,January 28-31,2004.

  11. Chadha, M. L. 2002. Promoting Moringa – a Multipurpose Plant for Household Food Security. A Paper presented at the First Prota International workshop on Moringa. 23-25 September 2002, Nairobi, Kenya.

  12. Chadha, M.L. and M.O. Oluoch. 2003. Identification and improvement of indigenous vegetables for food security in Africa. A presentation at the International Workshop on “Underutilized Plant Species,” May 6-8, 2003, Leipzig, Germany.

  13. Chadha M. L. and M. O. Oluoch. 2003. Home Based Vegetable Gardens and Other Strategies To Overcome Micronutrient Malnutrition in Developing Countries. Food, Nutrition and Agriculture 32: 17-23.

  14. Oluoch, M.O. and M.L. Chadha. 2003. Yield response of spider plant (Cleome gynandra) to spacing and nitrogen. A presentation at the 6th biennial conference of the African Crop Science held at Nairobi, Kenya, October 12-17.

  15. Oluoch M. O., J. M. Megessa, M.L. Chadha, D. Silué. 2005. Evaluation of vegetable soybean lines for seed yield characteristics. Paper prented at the 7th African Crop Science Society Conference, Entebbe, Uganda, 5 - 9 December 2005.

  16. Oluoch M. O., M.L. Chadha, D. Silué. 2005. Effects of plant population and nitrogen fertilizer rates on leaf and seed yield of Jute Mallow (Corchorus olitorius). Paper prented at the 7th African Crop Science Society Conference, Entebbe, Uganda, 5 - 9 December 2005.


AVRDC peer review and in-house published IV papers

  1. Msuya J., K. Weinberger, P. Mamiro. Iron, Zinc and â- carotene potential of indigenous vegetables in Tanzania. African Journal of Food and Nutritional Sciences (In press).

  2. Weinberger, K., I. Swai. 2006, Consumption of traditional vegetables in Central and North-Eastern Tanzania. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 45, 1-17.

  3. Weinberger, K. 2005, Assessing nutritional impact of agricultural research - The case of mungbean in South Asia. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 26, 287- 294.

  4. Grover, D. K., K. Weinberger, S. Shanmugasundaram. 2004. Mungbean cultivation in Punjab: Status, Potential and Constraints. Productivity 44, 669- 678.

  5. Vijayalakshmi P., S. Amirthaveni, R.P. Devadas, K. Weinberger, S. C. S. Tsou, S. Shanmugasundaram. 2003, Enhanced bioavailability of iron of mungbeans and its effects on health and performance of school children, Technical Bulletin No. 30, Shanhua: AVRDC.

  6. Huijie Z., L. Ninghui, C. Xuzhen, K. Weinberger. 2003. The Impact of Mungbean Research in China, Working Paper No. 14, AVRDC Shanhua,, ROC.

  7. Hoenicke M. 2005, The Role of Indigenous Vegetables for Micronutrient consumption in South East Asia: A Cross section analysis of indigenous vegetable consumption in the Philippines. Master Thesis, University of Hohenheim, Germany

  8. Weinberger, K.; Msuya, J. 2004. Indigenous vegetables in Tanzania: significance and prospects. Shabhua, Tainan: AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center. 70p.

  9. Azegami, C. 2003. Genetic deiversity analysis of pigeon pea [Cajanus cajan L.] using random amplified polymorphic DNA-polymerase chain reaction (RAPD-PCR). AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center 18p.

  10. Tay, C.S. 1988. Flood-tolerant amaranth. AVRDC, Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 5p.

  11. Karsten, A.H. In vitro bioavailabilities of iron from Moringa oleifera leaves and other vegetables. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC, 33p.

  12. Lin, P.Y.; 1998. Information on Indian mustard production in Taiwan and development of standard cultural guide. AVRDC, Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 8p.

  13. Hu, M.R.; Lin, H.Y. Shsu, L.H. Lo, J.Y. 2001. Development of a consumer oriented vegetable database. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC, 45 p.

  14. Lee, Y.C. 2001. Evaluation of antioxidants activity of Amaranthus spp. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 16 p.

  15. Hong, P.I. 2001. Evaluation of anti-oxidant activity in Kang Kong (Ipomoea aquadtica F.), an indigenous leafy vegetable. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 21p.

  16. Huang, Y.T. Field observations of edible jute. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 8 p.

  17. Lin, S.Y. 2001. Field observations of okra and anake gourd. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 9 p.

  18. Chen, Y.L.; Lin, S.J. 2001. Evaluation of ascorbic acid content, phenol content and antioxidant activity of indigenous leafy vegetable, malabar spinach (Basella alba.). AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 11 p.

  19. Lim, T.W.; Wang, C.L. 2002. The evaluation trial of okra (Abelmoschus esculentus). AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 7 p.

  20. Lai, C.L.; Chen, H.W. Observation trial of okra. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 7 p.

  21. Vu, D.T. 2002. Characterization, evaluation and primary selection of indigenous vegetables: I. Amaranthus spp. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 18 p.

  22. Lin, M.Y. 2003. Biochemical characterization of infestation of Cleome gynandra by various crucifer insect pest. 2. Characterize of resistance to Callosobruchus chinensis in some Vigna accessions. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 24 p.

  23. Hsu, T.I. 2003. Effect of low pH condition on antioxidant activity of Cassia tora, Cassia sophera, Cedrela sinensis, Ipomoea batatas, Moringa oleifera, Rosemarinus officinalis. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 12 p.

  24. Wu, Y.X. 2003. Drying curve of some crops seeds under different conditions: eggplant, Chinese cabbage, jute, red malabar nightshade. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 15 p.

  25. Chou, S.Y. 2003. The drying curves of lima bean, garland chrysanthemum and amaranth. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 31 p.

  26. Huang, S.Y. Evaluation of holy basil extracts for attraction of CWW, DBM, and CAW. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 26 p.

  27. Chang, C.C. 2003. Identification of biochemical factors responsible for oviposition of Maruca vitrata on Sesbania cannabina. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 21 p.

  28. Palacio, M.B. 2004. The effect of different stages of immaturity on pigeonpea, Cajanus cajan (L) Millsp., cultured in vitro. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 79 p.

  29. Tu, M.D. 2004. Effects of simulated digestion on antioxidant activities of Moringa oleifera, Celosia argentea and Wedelia triobata. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 7 p.

  30. Ali, M.M. 2004. Sex-associated RAPD marker in spiny bitter gourd (Momordica cochinchinensis). AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 14 p.

  31. Su, S.W. 2004. Evaluation of antioxidants and antoxidant activity in indigenous vegetables and the influence of different harvesting time and thermal treatment after harvesting. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 37 p.

  32. Chen, Y.Y. 2003. Evaluation of flooding tolerance in indigenous vegetables (Abelmoschus esculentus, Cassia occidentalis, Coccinia grandis, Corchorus olitorus). AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 16 p.

  33. Chu, T.C. 2003. Productivity evaluation on ivy gourd young shoots by staking and non-staking methods. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 12 p.

  34. Esguerra, M.Q. 2005. Environmental adaptability, growth and yield components in relation to yield performance and clientele acceptance of promising indigenous vegetables. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 163 p.

  35. Ledesma, L.G.R. 2005. Environmental adaptability, growth and yield components in relation to yield performance and clientele acceptance of promising indigenous vegetables. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 116 p.

  36. Bramberger, M. 2005. The rold of indigenous vegetables and their contribution to micronutrient consumption in Vientiane Municipality, Lao PDR. AVRDC-The World Vegetabe Center Shanhua, Tainan, ROC. 12 p.



KARI


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  2. Bukenya, Z., R. and Carasco, J. F. 1994. Biosystematic study of Solanum macrocarpon/ S. dasyphyllum complex in Uganda and relations with Solanum linnaeanum. East Africa Agricultural and Forestry Journal, 59(3): 187-204.

  3. Bukenya, Z., R. 1994. Solanum macrocarpon, an under-utilized but potential vegetable in Uganda. Pp. 17-24. In: Proceedings of XIIIth plenary meeting AETFAT, Malawi, Seyani, J. H. and Chikuni, A.C (eds.).

  4. Bukenya, Z., R. and Carasco, J. F. 1995. Solanum in Uganda. Bathalia, 25: 1.

  5. Bukenya-Ziraba, R. 1996. The non-cultivated edible plants of Uganda. Napreca monograph series No.9, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, March 1996.

  6. Bukenya –Ziraba, R. and Tabuti, J. (1998). Socio-economic survey of indigenous vegetables in peri-urban area of Kampala. In: Opportunities and constraints in subsistence production and marketing of indigenous vegetables in East and Central Africa. Edited by Rudy Schippers and Nicholas Fereday). Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich, Chatham Maritime, United Kingdom.

  7. FAO.1983. Traditional Food Plants. Rome: FAO

  8. FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization), 1988. Traditional Food Plants: A resource book for promoting the exploitation and consumption of food plants in Arid, semi-arid and sub-humid lands of Eastern Africa. - FAO Food and Nutrition Paper (42). FAO, Rome, Italy. Pp.450-466.

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  16. Guarino, L., (ed). 1997. Indigenous African Vegetables. Promoting the Conservation and use of underutilized and neglected crops. Proceeding of the IPGRI International Workshop on Genetic Resources of Indigenous Vegetables in Africa: Conservation and use, 29-31 August 1995, ICRAF-HQ, Nairobo, Kenya. Institute of Plant Genetic and Crop Plant Research, Gatersleben. International Plant Genetic Resources Institute, Rome, Italy.

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  20. Owori, C., Nayiga, A. Nabasirye, M. (1998). Socio-economic survey of indigenous vegetables in Lira District. In: Opportunities and constraints in subsistence production and marketing of indigenous vegetables in East and Central Africa. Edited by Rudy Schippers and Nicholas Fereday). Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich, Chatham Maritime, United Kingdom.

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  1. Rubaihayo, E.B. 1992. The Diversity and Potential of Local vegetables in Uganda. the Proceedings of the First National Plant Genetic Resources Workshop on Conservation and Utilization, pp. 109-114.

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  3. Rubaihayo, E.B. 1995a. Selected criteria for Leafy Amaranthus . African Crop Science Journal 3 539-546

  4. Rubaihayo, E. B. 1995b. Conservation and use of traditional vegetables in Uganda. In: Proceedings on Genetic Resources of Traditional Vegetables in Africa: Option for Conservation and Use , 29-31 August 1995, ICRAF Kenya (in press).

  5. Rubaihayo, E.B., Kisamba-Mugerwa, C., Muhumuza, F., Owori, C., Ssekyewa, C. and Wejuli, M.S. 1997. The development of appropriate technology for the dry season cultivation and storage of indigenous vegetables. Quarterly Reports, January-December, 1997.

  6. Rubaihayo E.B., M. S. Wejuli C. Ssekyewa, C. Owori, F. Muhumuza and C. Kisamba-Mugerwa. 1997. Reports on the PRA survey on indigenous vegetable production in the Central and Eastern Regions of Uganda, July –December, 1996. African Development Foundation, Washington, D.C. USA.

  7. Rubaihayo, E.B. 1997 a. Conservation and use of traditional vegetables in Uganda. Traditional African Vegetables: Proceedings of the IPGRI International Workshop on Genetic Resources of Traditional Vegetables in Africa: Conservation and Use, 29-31 August 1995, ICRAF-HQ, Nairobi, Kenya. pp 104-116.

  8. Rubaihayo, E.B. 1997 b. The contribution of indigenous vegetables to household food security in Uganda. African Crop Science Conference Proceedings, vol. 3 pp. 1337-1340. African Crop Science Society.

  9. Schippers R. and Budd L (eds) 1997. African Indigenous Vegetables. Proceedings of the NRI/IPGRI/CPRO workshop, 13-28 January 1997, Limbe, Cameroon, ODA, UK.

  10. Schippers R. R.2002. African Indigenous Vegetables. An Overview of the Cultivated Species. Natural Resources International Ltd.


BPS
Research papers


  1. Mwai, G..N., J.C. Onyango, M.O.Abukutsa. Onyango (2005). Potential salinity resistance in spiderplant (Cleome gynandra L.). African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development (AJFAND) .Online journal. www.ajfand.net 4:2 . ISSN 1684-5378

  2. Onyango, M.O.A., J.C. Onyango, J. Bashir, A. Niang' and H.M. Obiero 1999. Response of some traditional vegetables in Western Kenya to organic and inorganic fertilizer application. Institute of Research and Postgraduate Studies Seminars, Maseno University College, Reprint Series 3:1-13.

  3. Abukutsa-Onyango, M.O, A.N. Muriithi, V.E. Anjichi, K. Ngamau , S.G. Agong, A.Fricke, B.Hau and H.Stützel (2005). Proceedings of the third Horticulture Workshop on Sustainable Horticultural Production in the Tropics,26th -29th November 2003. Maseno University MSU,Maseno,Kenya. ISBN:9966-758-11-9

  4. Onyango, M.O.A. (2005) Studies on horticultural practices of six African indigenous vegetables at Maseno University .In: Proceedings of the third Horticulture Workshop on Sustainable Horticultural Production in the Tropics,26th -29th November 2003. Maseno University MSU,Maseno,Kenya.ISBN:9966-758-11-9

  5. Onyango, J.C. and M.O.A. Onyango (2005). African Leafy Vegetables: Conservation for efficient utilization. In: Proceedings of the third Horticulture Workshop on Sustainable Horticultural Production in the Tropics,26th -29th November 2003. Maseno University MSU,Maseno,Kenya.ISBN:9966-758-11-9

  6. Musotsi, A.A., Sigot, A. and M.O.A. Onyango (2005). African Indigenous Vegetables Recipe Documentation and their role in food security. In: Proceedings of the third Horticulture Workshop on Sustainable Horticultural Production in the Tropics,26th -29th November 2003. Maseno University MSU,Maseno,Kenya. ISBN:9966-758-11-9

  7. Kyele, S.K. and M.O.A. Onyango (2005). Response of tomato lycopersicon esculentum to media mixture ratios of sand,loam and manure. In: . Proceedings of the third Horticulture Workshop on Sustainable Horticultural Production in the Tropics,26th -29th November 2003. Maseno University MSU,Maseno,Kenya.ISBN:9966-758-11-9

  8. Onyango, M.O.A. (2005) Effect of nitrogen rates on germination of stored seed of slenderleaf (Crotalaria brevidens benth) seeds In: Proceedings of the fourth Horticulture Workshop on Sustainable Horticultural Production in the Tropics,24th -27th November 2004. Moi University MU,Eldoret,Kenya. 188-195

  9. Onyango, M.O.A. (2002).Market Survey on African Indigenous Vegetables in Western Kenya In: Proceedings of the Second Horticulture Seminar on Sustainable Horticultural Production in the tropics, October6th -9th August 2002. Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology,JKUAT, Juja, Kenya. Eds:Wesonga, J.M. T. Losenge, G.K. Ndung’u, K. Ngamau, .B.M. Njoroge, F.K. Ombwara and S.G. Agong, A. Fricke, B.Hau and H.Stützel.pp 39-46.ISBN::9966-923-27-6.

  10. Onyango, M.O.A. (2002).African Indigenous Vegetables-Opportunities and Constraints.In: roceedings of the Horticulture Seminar on Sustainable Horticultural Production in the ropics, October3rd to 6th 2001. Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and echnology,JKUAT, Juja, Kenya. Eds:Wesonga, J.M. T. Losenge, G.K. Ndung’u, K.Ngamau, FK. Ombwara and S.G. Agong, A. Fricke, B.Hau and H.Stützel.pp 81-91. ISBN: 9966-923-03-9

  11. Onyango, M.O.A., J.C. Onyango, J. Bashir, A. Niang' and H.M. Obiero (1999). Response of some African traditional vegetables organic and inorganic fertilizer application. In: Proceedings of the African Women in Science and Engineering (AWSE) Workshop in Nairobi-Kenya. November 29th to 3rd December, 1999.pp. ISBN:9966-923-63-2

Undergraduate research projects

  1. Shilliebo A.O. (2001) Effect of Mexican sunflower (Tithonia diversifolia) on seedling emergence of some three African leafy vegetables.

  2. Gathuri, S.G. (1997) The effect of soil solarization on production, growth and yield of kales

  3. Karimi J. W. (1997) Effect of nitrogen on pot grown African nightshades (Solanum scabrum)

  4. Luchibia, O.A. (2002) The effect of wild sunflower leaves (Tithonia diversifolia) on growth and yield sun hemp (Crotolaria brevidens)

  5. Kiprigen S.S. (2002) Effect of phosphorous on pot grown night shades (Solanum scabrum)

  6. Malala G.O. (2002) Comparing leaf yield of cow peas varieties in Maseno

  7. Odhiambo, M. (2002) Effect of seed treatments on seedling emergence of some African leafy vegetables

  8. Oduor S.A (2002). Response of African kales to different nitrogen sources

  9. Oseko J.K. (2002) Effect of inorganic and organic sources of phosphorous on growth and leaf yield of cow pea (Vigna unguiculata)

  10. Otiato D.A. (2002) Effect of organic and inorganic fertilizer sources on growth and yield of African night shades (Solaum scabrum)

  11. Njeri, R. (2002) Response of cow pea yield to organic manure and inorganic nitrogen sources

  12. Tengeya L. Response of spider plant (Cleome gynandra) to organic and inorganic fertilizers

  13. Atenya A.O. (2003) Response of jute mallow (Corchorous olitorius) to nitrogen fertilizer

  14. Kagema E. (2003) The effect of time of topping on Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus)

  15. Kiambi J. (2003) Response of leaf amaranths (Amaranthus blitum) to organic and inorganic fertilizers

  16. Njiru F. .(2003) Growth and yield response of African nightshades (Solanum scabrum) to salinity.

  17. Asiema O..(2003) Growth responses of cow pea to application of Mexican sunflower as a source of nitrogen

  18. Gichimu B.M. (2004) Effect of hot pepper extracts on control of aphids infestation in cow pea

  19. Ngang’a, B. (2004) Effect of potassium fertilizer rates on growth and yield of jute mallow (Corchorous olitorius)

  20. Kihereko V.K. (2004) Effect of crop density on growth and yield of jute mallow (Corchorous olitorius

  21. Kirigia D. (2004) Effect of organic manures rates on growth and yield of jute mallow (Corchorous olitorius

  22. Mutinda, M. (2004) Effect of nitrogen sources on growth and yield of jute mallow (Corchorous olitorius

  23. Njoroge, W. (2004) Effect of nitrogen fertilizer rates on growth and yield of jute mallow (Corchorous olitorius)

  24. Seroi, B. (2004) Effect of phosphorous fertilizer rates on growth and yield of jute mallow (Corchorous olitorius)

  25. Simbowo, F. (2004) Effect of intercropping finger millet (Eleucine coracana) with crotalaria (Crotolaria brevidens) on the yields of finger millet


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