Afolami, S.O’s Publications


i) Thesis and Dissertations

1. AFOLAMI S.O. 1974. The effect of Neem Leaf extract on Population levels of Pratylenchus sp. and on the growth and yield of maize.  B.Sc. Project Report, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, 1974

2. AFOLAMI S.O. 1987. Some aspects of the biology, host range and parasitism of Pratylenchus sefaensis Fortuner 1973 on maize in Nigeria. Ph.D thesis, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.

ii) In Refereed International Journals


3. EGUNJOBI O.A. and AFOLAMI S.O. 1976. Effects of Azadirachta indica leaf extracts on the population of Pratylenchus brachyurus and on the growth and yield of Zea mays. Nematologica 22, 125-132

4. AFOLAMI S.O. and F. E. CAVENESS 1983. The frequency of occurrence and geographical distribution of plant-parasitic nematodes associated with Theobroma cacao L in Nigeria Turrialba 33 (i): 97-10

5. AFOLAMI, S.O. and B. FAWOLE 1991. Effect of  Pratylenchus sefaensis Fortuner 1973 on the growth and yield of Zea mays L cv FARZ-7 under continous cropping. Plant & Soil 138: 133-138

6. AFOLAMI, S.O. and J.J. ATUNGWU (1999). Field Evaluation of some breeding lines of soybean in Nigeria. Tropical Oil Seed Journal, Vol 4, 116-120

7. AFOLAMI, S.O. and J.J. ATUNGWU (2000). Reactions of four elite varieties of soybean, Glycine max, to root-knot nematodes, Meloidogyne incognita, in SW Nigeria. Tropical Oilseed Journal, Vol. 5: 2-9.

8. AFOLAMI, S.O. (2000). Suggestions for the improvement of current methods of screening germplasm for resistance to root-knot nematodes. International Journal of Nematology, Vol. 10: 94-100

9. SOSANYA, O.S. and AFOLAMI, S.O. (2001). On- farm survey of plant parasitic nematodes in Maize/Cassava mixture and sole cassava fields in Ogun State. The Ogun Journal of Agricultural Sciences Vol. 1 pp 187-200.

10. OKELEYE, K.A.; ATAYESE, M.O. and AFOLAMI, S.O. (2001).Storage techniques for preserving cassava stems in the savanna-forest transition zone of Nigeria. The Ogun Journal of Agricultural Sciences Vol. 1 pp 180-186.

11. AFOLAMI, S.O. and S.O. ADIGBO (2001). The effect of root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne sp) on growth and yield of four accessions of Abelmoschus caillei (A. Chev) Stevels. Nigerian Journal of Plant Protection 18: 48-55.

12. AFOLAMI, S.O. and J. J. ATUNGWU. (2001). Correlation studies on Meloidogyne incognita- induced root-galls and some growth parameters of four elite varieties of Glycine max (L.) Merril. Tropical Oil Seed Journal Vol. 6: 93-97

13. ATUNGWU, J.J. and S.O.AFOLAMI (2001). Field assessment of the resistance of some Glycine max (L.) Merril lines and varieties to Meloidogyne spp using a combination of gall index and grain yield.  Tropical Oil Seed Journal Vol. 6: 41- 49

14. *AFOLAMI, S.O. (2001). Life cycle and morphometric studies on Pratylenchus sefaensis Fortuner 1973. Nigerian Journal of Plant Protection 19: 43-55.

15. *AFOLAMI, S.O. (2002). Further evidence of the need to adopt the new method of study and reporting resistance to root-knot nematodes, Meloidogyne spp. International Journal of Nematology, 12: 79-84

16. *AFOLAMI, S.O. (2003). Searching for resistance to root-knot nematodes: the case of NERICA upland rice compared with some elite Asian varieties in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Plant Protection 20: 25-40

17. *ATUNGWU, J.J; AFOLAMI, S.O. and AFOLABI, G.T. (2003). Preliminary investigation of some beniseed, Sesamum indicum L. genotypes for their host status to a root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita.  Nigerian Journal of Plant Protection 20: 67-75

18. *AFOLAMI, S.O.; ORISAJO, S.B. and FADEMI, O.A.(2003). Comparative effects of root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita, on yield performance of seven Asian rice and thirteen Oryza sativa/O. glabeerima interspecific progenies. International Rice Research Notes, 28(1): 21-24

19. *AFOLAMI, S.O.; ATUNGWU, J. J., ORISAJO, S.B. and ODEYEMI, S. (2004). Going beyond gall index in studying and reporting resistance to root-knot nematodes.  Nigerian Journal of Plant Protection 21: 25- 32

20. *ATUNGWU, J.J; AFOLAMI, S.O., ASAFO-ADJEI B., and COYNE, D. (2004). Penetration and differential emigration and development of Meloidogyne incognita juveniles infecting the roots of resistant and susceptible soybean, Glycine max (L.) Merril Genotypes. Nigerian Journal of Plant Protection 21: 73- 79

21. *ATUNGWU, J.J; AFOLAMI, S.O. and ASAFO-ADJEI B. (2005). Response of dual purpose soybeans to root-knot nematodes Meloidogyne incognita. nternational Journal of Nematology, 15 (1): 35-42

iii) Technical Reports

22. AFOLAMI, S.O. 1973. Nematode- Weed survey at the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Ibadan. A summer research project report. IITA Library iii + 22pp.

23. AFOLAMI, S.O. 1992. Acarus siro as stored product pests in Nigeria. A technical report for the improvement of raw material storage and shelf life of some manufactured products. 6pp

24. AFOLAMI, S.O. 1998. All – year round vegetable production. 6pp Member, UNAAB Consultancy Team for the design and formulation of project document for National Agricultural Land Development Authority (NALDA), Lagos State. 1994 Vol. 1 & 2


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