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Bibliographia Humboldtiana

I. Publications by Humboldt Research Fellows from abroad

Agriculture, agricultural science, forestry, forest science

Adebooye, Prof. Dr. Odunayo C.

Osun State University, Nigeria
Field of research: Crop production, plant production
Host: Prof. Dr. Georg Noga Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
  • Odunayo C. Adebooye, Kehinde A. Taiwo, Andrew A. Fatufe.: Food, Health and Environmental Issues in Developing Countries: The Nigerian Situation. Cuvillier Publishers, Göttingen, Germany ISBN 978-3-86727-771-6. 489 pages. Goettingen: Cuvillier Verlag, 2008, 489 pp. [Food, health and environment in Nigeria.].

  • Odunayo C. Adebooye and Funmilayo Oloyede: The food situation in Nigeria: Issues, perspectives and lessons for developing countries. In: Food, Health and Environmental Issues in Developing Countries: The Nigerian Situation. (Ed. Adebooye O.C., Taiwo K.T. and Fatufe A.A.) Goettingen: Cuvillier Verlag, 2008, p. 20 - 28 [Food, policy].

  • Odunayo C. Adebooye,Noga G and M. Schmitz-Eiberger : Stress response of Trichosanthes cucumerina L. to elevated UV-B doses. In: Acta Botanica Croatica . 67 (1), 2008, p. 69 - 80 [UV-B, Oxidative Stress, Trichosanthes cucumerina ].

  • Odunayo C. Adebooye, G.J. Noga and M. Schmitz-Eiberger : Effects of root zone temperature and paraquat in the induction of oxidative stress in Trichosanthes cucumerina L. In: Acta Physiologiae Plantarum : . 30, 2008, p. 873 - 879 [Paraquat, root zone temperature, stress response].

  • Odunayo C. Adebooye: Phyto-constituents and antioxidants activity of the fruit pulp of Snake Tomato (Trichosanthes cucumerina L.). In: African Journal of Traditional Medicine and Alternative Therapy. 5, 2008, p. 173 - 179 [Phenolics, ascorbic acid, carotenoid, radical scavenging activity, Trichosanthes cucumerina.].

Adeyemo, Prof. Dr. Remi

Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria
Field of research: Agriculture, agricultural science
Host: Prof. Dr. Michael Kirk Philipps-Universität Marburg
  • Remi Adeyemo: Urban Agriculture, Cities and Climate Change. Göttingen: Cuvillier Verlag, 2011, 319 pp.

Adiku, Prof. Dr. Samuel G.K.

University of Ghana, Ghana
Field of research: Agriculture, agricultural science
Host: Dr. Gerrit de Rooij Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung - UFZ
  • Tenhunen, J, Geyer R., Adiku S., Reichstein M., Tappeiner, U., Bahn M., Cernusca A., Dinh N.Q., Kolcum O., Otieno D., Schmidt M., Schmitt M., Wang Q., Wartinger M., and Wohlfart G. : Influences of changing land use and CO2 concentration on ecosystem and landscape level carbon and water balances in mountainous terrain of Stubai Valley, Austria. Global and Planetary Change 67:29-43 . In: . Global and Planetary Change . 67, 2009, p. 29 - 43.

  • Häring, V., Manka’abusi, D., Akoto-Danso, E.K., Werner, S., Atiah, K., Steiner, C., Lompo, D.J.P., Adiku, S., Buerkert, A., and Marschner, B. : Effects of biochar, waste Water irrigation and fertilization on soil properties in West African urban agriculture. . In: Scientific Reports. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-10718-y . 2017.

Agbede, Prof. Dr. Johnson Oluwasola

Federal University of Technology, Nigeria
Field of research: Animal production
Host: Prof. Dr. Markus Rodehutscord Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
  • Johnson Oluwasola Agbede, E. K. Asaniyan: Potentials of Sand As Litter Material instead of Wood Shavings in Broiler Enterprise. In: Building a Non-Oil Export Based Economy for Nigeria: The Potential of Value-Added Products from Agricultural Residues. (Ed. Simeon O. Jekayinfa) Göttingen: Cuvillier, 2012, p. 229 - 240.

Ajayi, Dr.-Ing. Ayodele E.

Federal University of Technology, Nigeria
Field of research: Soil science
Host: Prof. Dr. Rainer Horn Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
  • Dr.-Ing. Ayodele E. Ajayi; Rainer Horn: Transformation of ex-arable land to permanent grassland promotes pore rigidity and mechanical soil resilience. In: Ecological Engineering. 92, 2016, p. 592 - 598 [Permanent grassland Hydraulic properties Shear parameters Soil strength Pore function].

  • Dr.-Ing. Ayodele E. Ajayi, Rainer Horn: Modification of chemical and hydrophysical properties of two texturally differentiated soils due to varying magnitudes of added biochar. In: Soil and Tillage Research. 164, 2016, p. 34 - 44 [Biochar Pore size distribution Hydraulic functions Rheology Hydrophobicity].

  • Dr.-Ing. Ayodele E. Ajayi, Dorthe Holthusen, Rainer Horn: Changes in microstructural behaviour and hydraulic functions of biochar amended soils. In: Soil and Tillage Research. 155, 2016, p. 166 - 175 [Biochar Wetting and drying Hydraulic functions Rheology Hydrophobicity].

Aljoumani, Dr. Basem


Field of research: Soil science
Host: Prof. Dr. Reinhard Hinkelmann Technische Universität Berlin
  • Dr. Basem Aljoumani: An advanced process for evaluating a linear dielectric constant–bulk electrical conductivity model using a capacitance sensor in field conditions. In: Hydrological Sciences Journal. 2014, p. 1 - 12 [capacitance sensor; soil dielectric; time-varying dynamic linear modelling (DLM); Kalman filtering; offset; pore water electrical conductivity].

  • Dr. Basem Aljoumani: Time series outlier and intervention analysis: Irrigation management influences on soil water content in silty loam soil. In: Agricultural Water Management. 111, 2012, p. 105 - 114 [Soil volumetric water content Autoregressive integrated moving average (ARIMA) Outlier detection Transfer function model].

Blagodatsky, Dr. habil. Sergey A.

Universität Hohenheim, Germany
Field of research: Soil science
Host: Prof. Dr. Yakov Kuzyakov Universität Bayreuth
  • Evgenia Blagodatskaya, Tatyana Yuyukina, Sergey Blagodatsky, Yakov Kuzyakov: Turnover of soil organic matter and of microbial biomass under C-3-C-4 vegetation change: Consideration of C-13 fractionation and preferential substrate utilization. In: Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 43, 2011, p. 159 - 166 [C-13 fractionation; Preferential substrate utilization; Soil organic matter; Dissolved organic matter; Microbial biomass turnover; CO2 partitioning ].

  • Evgenia Blagodatskaya, Sergey Blagodatsky, Maxim Dorodnikov, Yakov Kuzyakov: Elevated atmospheric CO2 increases microbial growth rates in soil: results of three CO2 enrichment experiments. In: GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY. 16, 2010, p. 836 - 848 [Beta vulgaris; Biosphere 2; Brassica napus; elevated CO2; FACE; glucose; microbial biomass; microbial growth rates; Populus deltoides; r and K strategy; rhizodeposition; rhizosphere microorganisms; substrate-induced respiration; Triticum aestivum ].

  • Sergey A. Blagodatsky, Evgenia Blagodatskaya, Tatyana Yuyukina, Yakov Kuzyakov: Model of apparent and real priming effects: Linking microbial activity with soil organic matter decomposition. In: Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 42, 2010, p. 1275 - 1283 [Modeling of decomposition; Carbon turnover; Microbial biomass activity; Apparent and real priming effects; Soil organic matter turnover; C-14 ].

Chen, Prof. Dr. Shaoliang

Beijing Forestry University, People's Republic of China
Field of research: Plant nutrition, plant physiology
Host: Prof. Dr. Andrea Polle Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Wang Ruigang, Chen Shaoliang, Deng Lin, Fritz Eberhard, Hüttermann Aloys and Polle Andrea.: Leaf photosynthesis, fluorescence response to salinity and the relevance to chloroplast salt compartmentation and anti-oxidative stress in two poplars. In: Trees: Structure and Function. 21, 2007, p. 581 - 591 [Forestry].

  • Ruigang Wang, Shaoliang Chen, Xiaoyang Zhou, Xin Shen, Lin Deng, Huijuan Zhu, Jie Shao, Yong Shi, Songxiang Dai, Eberhard Fritz, Aloys Hüttermann, Andrea Polle.: Ionic homeostasis and reactive oxygen species control in leaves and xylem sap of two poplars subjected to NaCl stress. In: Tree Physiology. 28, 2008, p. 947 - 957 [APX, CAT, GR, H2O2, isoenzyme, leaf, Populus euphratica, Populus popularis, SOD, superoxide radical, X-ray microanalysis.].

  • Niya Li, Shaoliang Chen, Xiaoyang Zhou, Chunyan Li, Jie Shao, Ruigang Wang, Eberhard Fritz, Aloys Hüttermann, Andrea Polle: Effect of NaCl on photosynthesis, salt accumulation and ion compartmentation in two mangrove species, Kandelia candel and Bruguiera gymnorhiza. In: Aquatic Botany. 88, 2008, p. 303 - 310 [Bruguiera gymnorhiza; Kandelia candel; Mangrove; NaCl; Photosynthesis; Salt exclusion; X-ray microanalysis; Ion compartmentation].

  • Shaoliang Chen, Andrea Olbrich, Rosemarie Langenfeld-Heyser, Eberhard Fritz, Andrea Polle : Quantitative X-ray microanalysis of hydrogen peroxide within plant cells. In: Microscopy Research and Technique. 72, 2009, p. 49 - 60 [cerium chloride; cerium phosphate; cerium perhydroxides; transmission electron microscope; X-ray microanalysis].

  • Shaoliang Chen, Andrea Polle: Salinity tolerance of Populus. In: Plant Biology. 12, 2010, p. 317 - 333 [Gene transformation; ion relations; NaCl; osmoregulation; potassium transporter and channel; ROS homeostasis; salt stress signalling; sodium proton antiporter.].

  • Jing Li, Siqin Bao, Yuhong Zhang, Xujun Ma, Manika Mishra-Knyrim, Jian Sun, Gang Sa, Xin Shen, Andrea Polle, Shaoliang Chen: Paxillus involutus Strains MAJ and NAU Mediate K+/Na+ Homeostasis in Ectomycorrhizal Populus x canescens under Sodium Chloride Stress. In: Plant Physiology. 159, 2012, p. 1771 - 1786 [Tree stress physiology].

Delele, Dr. Mulugeta A.

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Field of research: Agricultural engineering
Host: Prof. Dr. Reiner Brunsch Leibniz-Institut für Agrartechnik Potsdam-Bornim (ATB)
  • MA Delele, F Weigler, J Mellmann: Advances in the Application of Rotary Dryer for Drying of Agricultural Products: A Review. In: Drying Technology. 33 (5), 2015, p. 541 - 555 [Agricultural products, Drying, Postharvest, Rotary dryer].

  • MA Delele, F Weigler, G Franke, J Mellmann: Studying the solids and fluid flow behavior in rotary drums based on a multiphase CFD model. In: Powder Technology. 292, 2016, p. 260 - 271 [Rotary drum; Multiphase flow model; CFD; Particle flow; Air flow].

Dörner, Dr. Jose

Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile
Field of research: Soil science
Host: Prof. Dr. Rainer Horn Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
  • Pía Haller, Dorota Dec, Felipe Zúñiga, Oscar Thiers, Jorge Ivelic-Sáez, Rainer Horn, José Dörner.: Effect of hydraulic and mechanical stresses on the functional resistance and resilience of the porous system of a Ñadi (Aquands) under different land uses. In: Agro Sur. 43 (2), 2015, p. 41 - 52 [Soil Physics, Soil Resistance, Soil Resilience, Pore Functions ].

  • Jose Dörner, Dorota Dec, Oscar Thiers, Leandro Paulino, Felipe Zúñiga, Susana Valle, Oscar Martínez, Rainer Horn : Spatial and temporal variability of physical properties of Aquands under different land uses in southern Chile. In: Soil Use and Managemetn. 32, 2016, p. 411 - 421 [Andisol, Ñadi, soil depth, pore functions, soil management, waterlogging].

  • Steffen Beck-Broichsitter, Heiner Fleige, Marc-Oliver Göbel, José Dörner, Jörg Bachmann, Rainer Horn : Shrinkage potential and pore shrinkage capacity of differently developed volcanic ash soils under pastures in southern Chile. In: Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science. 179, 2016, p. 799 - 808 [southern Chile, Andosol, Arenosol, soil water retention, shrinkage potential, pore shrinkage capacity].

  • Heiner Fleige, Steffen Beck-Broichsitter, José Dörner, Marc-Oliver Goebel, Jörg Bachmann, Rainer Horn : Land use and soil development in southern Chile: Effects on physical properties. In: Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 16, 2016, p. 818 - 831 [Andosol, Arenosol, hydraulic conductivity, precompression, stress, stress strain behavior].

  • Dorota Dec, Felipe Zúñiga, Oscar Thiers, Leandro Paulino, Susana Valle, Valeria Villagra, Ivo Tadich, Rainer Horn, José Dörner : Water and temperature dynamics of Aquands under different uses in southern Chile. In: Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 17, 2017, p. 141 - 154 [Andisol, Ñadi, vadose zone, soil use change, water repellency, thermal properties].

  • José Dörner, Rainer Horn, Dorota Dec, Ole Wendroth, Heiner Fleige, Felipe Zúñiga : Land use dependent change of soil mechanical strength and resilience of a shallow volcanic ash soil in southern Chile. In: Soil Science Society of America Journal. 81, 2017, p. 1065 - 1073 [Ñadi Soil, Physical Resilience, Spatial Variability, Pore Functions].

El-Siddig, Prof. Dr. Kamal

Agricultural Research Corporation, Sudan
Field of research: Plant nutrition, plant physiology
Host: Prof. Dr. Jens Gebauer Hochschule Rhein-Waal
  • Peter, B. S. Gama; K. Tanaka; Z. Ahmed; and K. El Siddig : Salinity induced stress effects on biomass, photosynthetic rate, and reactive oxygen species-scavenging enzymes accumulation of Phaseolus vulgaris L. Acta Horticulturae,. In: Acta Horticulturae. 746, 2007, p. 381 - 386 [Salinity stress, biomass, photosynthetic rate, Phaseolus vulgaris].

Enin, Prof. Dr. Udeme Isong

University of Calabar, Nigeria
Field of research: Fisheries science, fisheries studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Joachim Gröger Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institut Bundesforschungsinstitut für Ländliche Räume, Wald und Fischerei
  • Francis Maduwuba Nwosu Siehard Holzloehner Udeme Isong Enin: The exploited population of the brackish river prawn (Macrobrachium macobrachion Herklots 1851) in the Cross River estuary, Nigeria. In: Scientia Marina. 71, 2007, p. 115 - 121 [Macrobrachium macrobrachion, prawns, population dynamics, Cross River Estuary, Nigeria].

  • Eyo Ambrose, Peter Lebo, Udeme Isong Enin: Bycatch reduction in the white shrimp, Nematopalaemon hastatus fishery of Nigeria using codend with square mesh panel. In: Nigerian Journal of Fisheries. 5 (2), 2008, p. 146 - 157 [Square mesh, By-catch, Nearshore, Shrimp, Beam trawl, Nigeria].

  • Eyo Ambrose, Peter Lebo, Udeme Isong Enin: Recovery and escape sizes of croakers (Family: Sciaenidae) caught by modified shrimp beam trawl codend with excluder device in the Nigerian nearshore sea. In: Nigerian Journal of Fisheries. 5 (2), 2008, p. 184 - 194 [Size selectivity, Croaker, Recovery, Escape, Shrimp trawl, Excluder device].

  • Eyo Ambrose, Udeme Isong Enin, Peter Lebo: A trouser bag experiment that quantify by-catch species escaping from a modified shrimp beam trawl codend with excluder device. In: Journal of Aquatic Sciences. 24 (1) , 2009, p. 40 - 45 [Trouser bag, By-catch, Codend, Excluder device].

Gafur, Prof. Dr. Abdul

RGE Fiber R&D, Indonesia
Field of research: Forest botany
Host: Prof. Dr. Andrea Polle Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Rosemarie Langenfeld-Heyser, J. Gao, Tanja Ducic, Ph. Tachd, Cun Fu Lu, Eberhard Fritz, Abdul Gafur, Andrea Polle: Paxillus involutus mycorrhiza attenuate NaCl-stress responses in the salt-sensitive hybrid poplar Populus×canescens. In: Mycorrhiza. 17, 2007, p. 121 - 131 [ectomycorrhiza, oxidative stress, poplar hybrid, salinity, subcellular element localisation].

  • Abdul Gafur, Andres Schuetzenduebel, Andrea Polle: Peroxidase activity in poplar inoculated with compatible and incompetent isolates of Paxillus involutus. In: Hayati Journal of Biosciences. 14, 2007, p. 49 - 53 [ectomycorrhiza, Paxillus involutus, peroxidase, plant defense, poplar].

  • Anthony Francis, Chris Beadle, Mardai, Heru Indrayadi, Budi Tjahjono, Abdul Gafur, Morag Glen, Anton Widyatmoko, Eko Hardyanto, Junarto, Ragil S. B. Irianto, Desy Puspitasari, Nur Hidayati, Geof Pegg, Anto Rimbawanto, and Caroline L. Mohammed: Basidiomycete root rots of paper-pulp tree species in Indonesia - identity, biology and control. In: Journal of Plant Pathology. 90, 2008, p. 281 - 281 [basidiomycete, biology, control, identity, root rot].

  • Abdul Gafur, Budi Tjahjono, Cing Yong Wong, and Gurdeep Dhan Golani: Control of Passalora leaf and shoot blight on Acacia crassicarpa through plant resistance. In: Journal of Plant Pathology. 90, 2008, p. 281 - 281 [Acacia crassicarpa, control, Passalora, resistance].

  • Budi Tjahjono, Abdul Gafur, Marthin Tarigan, Aswardi Nasution, Gurdeep Dhan Golani: Biological control of insect pests in acacia and eucalypt plantations in Indonesia. In: Int. Forest. Rev.. 12, 2010, p. 230 - 230 [biological control, forest, pest].

  • Gurdeep Dhan Golani, Budi Tjahjono, Abdul Gafur, Marthin Tarigan: Acacia Pests and Diseases: Diagnose and Control. Pangkalan Kerinci: APRIL Forestry R&D, 2007.

  • Martin P. A. Coetzee Brenda D. Wingfield Gurdeep Dhan Golani Budi Tjahjono Abdul Gafur Michael J. Wingfield: A single dominant Ganoderma species is responsible for root rot of Acacia mangium and Eucalyptus in Sumatra. In: Southern Forests. 73, 2011, p. 175 - 180 [Acacia mangium, Eucalyptus, Ganoderma philippii, Ganoderma root rot, Indonesia].

  • K. Izumitsu, K. Hatoh, T. Sumita, Y. Kitade, A. Morita, Abdul Gafur, A. Ohta, M. Kawai, T. Yamanaka, C. Tanaka: Rapid and simple preparation of mushroom DNA directly from colonies and fruiting bodies for PCR. In: Mycoscience. 53, 2012, p. 396 - 401 [Basidiomycetes, Colony PCR, Direct PCR, Fungi, ITS spacer region].

  • Yuvika, A. Nasution, Abdul Gafur: Actinomycetes isolation and in vitro screening for Xanthomonas biocontrol. In: Jurnal Fitopatologi Indonesia. 9, 2013, p. 124 - 129 [Acacia crassicarpa, antibiotic, biocontrol agent, leaf blight].

  • V. Yuskianti, M. Glen, D. Puspitasari, A. Francis, A. Rimbawanto, Abdul Gafur, H. Indrayadi, C. L. Mohammed: Species-specific PCR for rapid identification of Ganoderma philippii and Ganoderma mastoporum from Acacia mangium and Eucalyptus pellita plantations in Indonesia. In: Forest Pathology. 44, 2014, p. 477 - 485.

  • A. Francis, C. Beadle, D. Puspitasari, R. S. B. Irianto, A. Rimbawanto, Abdul Gafur, E. Hardyanto, Junarto, B. Tjahjono, Mardai, C. L. Mohammed: Disease progression in plantations of Acacia mangium affected by red root rot (Ganoderma philippii). In: Forest Pathology. 44, 2014, p. 447 - 459.

  • M. Glen, V. Yuskianti, D. Puspitasari, A. Francis, L. Agustini, A. Rimbawanto, H. Indrayadi, Abdul Gafur, C. L. Mohammed: Identification of basidiomycete fungi in Indonesian hardwood plantations by DNA bar-coding. In: Forest Pathology. 44, 2014, p. 496 - 508.

  • Abdul Gafur: Methods in Soil Fungal Diversity Research for Sustainable Plantation Forest Production. In: Knowledge Creates Development: The Role of Humboldt-Alumni in South Ea st Asia. (Ed. H. Scheer, B. Pradhan, T.H.P. Brotosudarmo, L. Limantara) Malang: Ma Chung Press, 2012, p. 79 - 90 [Biodiversity, methods, plant-fungal interaction, plantation forest, production sustainability, soil fungi].

  • A. Rimbawanto, B. Tjahjono, Abdul Gafur: Panduan Hama dan Penyakit Akasia dan Ekaliptus. Yogyakarta: Balai Besar Penelitian Bioteknologi dan Pemuliaan Tanaman Hutan, 2014, 48 pp.

  • Abdul Gafur, Aswardi Nasution, Muhammad Yuliarto, Ching Yong Wong, Mukesh Sharma: A new screening method for Ganoderma philippii tolerance in tropical Acacia species. In: Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science. 77, 2015, p. 75 - 81 [Acacia mangium, disease management, plantation forestry, red root rot].

  • Alistair R. McTaggart, Jolanda Roux, Abdul Gafur, Marthin Tarrigan, P. Santhakumar, Michael J. Wingfield: Rust (Puccinia psidii) recorded in Indonesia poses a threat to forests and forestry in Southeast Asia. In: Australasian Plant Pathol.. 45, 2016, p. 83 - 89 [disease report, Melaleuca, Myrtaceae, plant disease, plant pathogen, Pucciniales, quarantine, Sphaerophragmiaceae, Uredinales].

  • Marcus Hardie, Nawari Akhmad, Caroline Mohammed, Daniel Mendham, Ross Corkrey, Abdul Gafur, Sabar Siregar: Role of site in the mortality and production of Acacia mangium plantations in Indonesia. In: Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science. 78, 2017, p. 1 - 14 [Ceratocystis wilt, Ganoderma, plantation forest, soil type, topography].

Glele Kakai, Prof. Dr. Romain Lucas

Universite d'Abomey-Calavi, Benin
Field of research: Forest surveying, forest biometry
Host: Prof. Dr. Dieter R. Pelz Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
  • Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Rudy Palm: Data driven choice of the classification rules in discriminant analysis applied to Isoberlinia stands. In: West African Journal of Biophysics and Biomathematics. 5, 2007, p. 21 - 38 [Classification rule, Data sample, Choice, Simulation].

  • Belarmain Fandohan, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Brice Sinsin: Caractérisation dendrométrique et spatiale de trois essences ligneuses médicinales dans la forêt classée de Wari-Maro au Benin. In: Revue ivoirienne des sciences et technologies. 12, 2008, p. 173 - 186 [Pterocarpus erinaceus, formations naturelles, paramètres dendrométriques, zone soudanienne, Bénin].

  • Armand Gbangboche, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Saidou Salifou, L. Albuquerque, L. G. Leroy: Comparison of four models to describe the growth curve in West African Dwarf sheep. In: An International Journal of Animal Bioscience. 2(7), 2008, p. : 1003 - 1012 [biological traits, non-linear models, West African Dwarf sheep, Benin].

  • Achille Assogbadjo, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Flora Chadare, L. Thomson, Tyna Kyndt, Brice Sinsin, J. Van Damme : Folk classification, perception and preferences of baobab products in West Africa: consequences for the species conservation and improvement. In: Economic Botany. 62(1), 2008, p. : 74 - 84 [Baobab, indigenous knowledge, preferences, domestication, ethnobotanical survey, agroforestry, West Africa].

  • Paul Djogbenou., Osseni Arouna, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Brice Sinsin: Analyse des indicateurs de participation des populations locales à l’aménagement forestier au Bénin. In: Bulletin de la recherche agricole du Bénin. , 62, 2008, p. :1 - 13 [Participation, critères, indicateurs, méthode Delphi, aménagement forestier, Bénin].

  • Jean Didier Akpona, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Hugues Akpona, Brice Sinsin: Ethnobotanique, structure et statut écologique des espèces de brosse végétale dans les formations naturelles de la région Sud du Bénin. In: Bulletin de la recherche agricole du Bénin. 63, 2009, p. : 1 - 12 [Brosse végétale, Peuplements naturels, Ecologie, Ethnobotanique, Bénin].

  • Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Achille Assogbadjo, Brice Sinsin: Structure spatiale et régéneration naturelle de Pterocarpus erinaceus Poir de la zone soudanienne au Bénin. In: Revue ivoirienne des sciences et technologies. 13, 2009, p. :199 - 212 [Distribution spatiale , régénération naturelle , Pterocarpus erinaceus , forêt de l’Ouémé Supérieur].

  • Tina Kyndt, Achille E. Assogbadjo , Olivier J. Hardy , Romain Glele Kakaï, Brice Sinsin, Patrick Van Damme, Godelieve Gheysen: Spatial genetic structuring of baobab (Adansonia digitata L., Malvaceae) in the traditional agroforestry systems of West Africa. In: American Journal of Botany. 96(5), 2009, p. 950 - 957 [Adansonia digitata ; agroforestry systems; Malvaceae; genetic structure; spatial autocorrelation; West Africa].

  • John Rodenburg, Kazuki, Saito, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Amadou Touré : Weed competitiveness of the lowland rice varieties of NERICA in a Guinea Savanna environment. In: Field Crop Research. 114, 2009, p. 411 - 418 [Oryza sativa, Oryza glaberrima, Weed competition, Yield loss, Weed suppressive ability (WSA), West Africa].

  • Mariatou Sounon, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Julien Avakoudjo, Brice Sinsin: Tests de germination et de croissance de Artemisia annua L. anamed sur différents substrats au Bénin. In: International journal of biological and chemical sciences. 3(2), 2009, p. 337 - 346 [Artemisia annua L. anamed, technique de reproduction, germoir, substrat, plantation].

  • Wilfried Bonou, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Achille E. Assogbadjo, Noel H. Fonton, Brice Sinsin: Habitat Characterization of Afzelia africana Sm. In the Lama forest reserve (Bénin). In: Forest ecology and management. 258, 2009, p. 1084 - 1092 [Afzelia africana Sm., Habitat characteristics, Population structure, Lama forest reserve, Benin].

  • Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Brice Sinsin: Structural description of two Isoberlinia dominated communities in the Wari-Maro forest reserve (Benin). In: South African Journal of Botany. 75(1), 2009, p. 43 - 51 [Dominance, Isoberlinia spp., Structure, Vegetation type, Wari–Maro].

  • Achille E. Assogbadjo, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Brice Sinsin, Dieter Pelz: Structure of Anogeissus leiocarpa Guill., Perr. Natural stands in relation to anthropogenic pressure within Wari-Maro Forest Reserve in Benin. In: African journal of ecology. 48, 2009, p. 644 - 653 [Anogeissus leiocarpa, deforestation, structure, vegetation communities, Wari-Maro].

  • Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Rudy Palm: Empirical comparison of error rate estimators in logistic discriminant analysis. In: Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation. 79(2), 2009, p. 111 - 120 [Simulation, Actual-error rate, Logistic rule, Estimators, Comparison].

  • Madjidou Oumorou, Théophile Sinandouwirou, Martial Kiki, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Guy Mensah, Brice Sinsin: Disturbance and population structure of Vitex doniana Sw. in northern Benin, West Africa. In: International journal of biological and chemical sciences. 4(3), 2010, p. 624 - 632 [Structure, regeneration, black plum, conservation, Banikoara, Benin].

  • Marie Noelle Ndjiondjopa, Baboucarr Manneh, Mamadou Cissoko, Nani Khady Dramea, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Roland Boccoa, Hugues Baimeya, Marco Wopereis: Drought resistance in an interspecific backcross population of rice (Oryza spp.) derived from the cross WAB56-104 (O. sativa) × CG14 (O. glaberrima). In: Plant Sciences. 179, 2010, p. 364 - 373 [Selection, Drought resistance, Inbred line, AfricaRice, Irrigation, Upland rice].

  • Belarmain Fandohan, Achille Ephrem Assogbadjo, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Brice Sinsin, Patrick Van Damme: Impact of habitat type on the conservation status of tamarind (Tamarindus indica L.) populations in the W National Park of Benin. In: Fruits. 65(1), 2010, p. 11 - 19 [Benin, Tamarindus indica, resource conservation, habitats, stand characteristics, forest inventories, anthropic influence].

  • Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Dieter Pelz, Rudy Palm: On the efficiency of the linear classification rule in multi-group discriminant analysis. In: African Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science Research. 3(1), 2010, p. 19 - 25 [Error rate, data samples, linear rule, multi-group, simulation].

  • Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Dieter Pelz: Asymptotic error rate of linear, quadratic and logistic rules in multi-group discriminant analysis. In: International journal of applied mathematics and statistics. 18(10), 2010, p. 69 - 81 [Monte Carlo experiment, Multi-group discrimination, Asymptotic error rate].

  • Belarmain Fandohan, Achille E. Assogbadjo, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Tina Kyndt, De Calwe Emmy, Jean T. Codjia, Brice Sinsin : Women’s Traditional Knowledge, Use Value and the Contribution of Tamarind (Tamarindus indica L.) to Rural Households’ Cash Income in Benin. In: Economic botany. 64(3), 2010, p. 248 - 259 [Tamarind, underutilized crops, ethnobotany, cash income].

  • Belarmain Fandohan, Achille Assogbadjo,Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Brice Sinsin B : Variation in seed morphometric traits, germination and early seedling growth performances of Tamarindus indica L. In: International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences. 4(4), 2010, p. 1102 - 1109 [Seed emergence, seedling growth, early growth speed, Benin].

  • Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Dieter Pelz, Rudy Palm: Relative efficiency of non parametric error rate estimators in multi-group linear discriminant analysis. In: African Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science Research. 2(10), 2009, p. 218 - 224 [Error rate, estimation, efficiency, multi-group, linear rule, simulation].

  • Comlan Hessou, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Achile E. Assogbadjo, Théophile Odjo, Brice Sinsin: Test de la germination des graines de Caesalpinia bonduc (l.) Roxb au Bénin. In: International journal of biological and chemical sciences. 3(2), 2009, p. 310 - 317 [Caesalpinia bonduc, propagation, provenances, substrats, Bénin, Togo].

  • Achille E. Assogbadjo, Guillaume Amadji, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Adi Mama, Brice Sinsin: Evaluation écologique et ethnobotanique de Jatropha curcas L. au Bénin. In: International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences. 5(3), 2009, p. 1065 - 1077 [Jatropha curcas, connaissances endogènes, diversité écologique, Bénin].

  • Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Brice Sinsin, Rudy Palm: Etude dendrométrique de Pterocarpus erinaceus Poir des formations naturelles de la zone soudanienne au Bénin. In: Agronomie Africaine. 20(3), 2008, p. 233 - 255 [Pterocarpus erinaceus, formations naturelles, paramètres dendrométriques, zone soudanienne, Bénin].

Goyal, Dr. Satish Kumar

Haryana Agricultural University, India
Field of research: Agricultural economics
Host: Prof. Dr. Ernst Berg Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
  • S.K. Goyal & R.B. Gupta: Fresh and processed Fruit & Vegetables: Growth in Production and Export from India. In: Foreign Trade Review. XLIII, 2009, p. 32 - 51 [Processed fruits & vegetables, exports, Compound Growth Rate, Cuddy-Della Valle Index,].

  • S. K. Goyal and Ernst Berg: AN ANALYSIS OF CASUALITY BETWEEN GROWTH AND INSTABILITY IN AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS OF INDIA. In: Foreign Trade Review. XLVII, 2012, p. 3 - 17 [Instability, Cuddy-Della Valle Index, Casuality, Cointegration].

Gugsa, Dr. Likyelesh

Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, Ethiopia
Field of research: Plant cultivation, plant genetics
Host: Prof. Dr. Jochen Kumlehn Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung (IPK)
  • Likyelesh Gugsa and Jochen Kumlehn: Haploidy in Tef: Gynogenesis. In: Advances in Haploid Production in Higher Plants.. (Ed. TOURAEV A., FORSTER B. P., & Jain M. S) Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springler , 2009, p. 265 - 283 [Tef (Eragrostis tef ), androgenesis, gynogenesis, polyploidy, mutants variation].

  • Gebre E, Gugsa L, Schlüter U, Kunert K.: Transformation of tef (Eragrostis tef) by Agrobacterium through immature embryo regeneration system for inducing-dwarfism. South African Journal of Botany 87: 9-17. In: African Journal of Botany . 87, 2013, p. 9 - 17 [Agrobacterium Eragrostis tef Immature embryos Plant height Semi-dwarf Transformation GA2ox].

  • Gugsa L and Horst Loerz:: Male sterility and gametoclonal variations from gynogenically derived polyploids of tef (Eragrostis tef), zucc. Trotter. In: African Journal of Plant Science . 7(2), 2013, p. 53 - 60 [Eragrostis tef, gametoclonal variations, gynogenesis, male sterility, regenerated lines, ployploids].

  • Getanhun T, Feyissa T and L. Gugsa : Somatic Embryogenesis and Plant Regeneration from Embry rescue culture of F1 hybrids of Teff with its Wild Relatives. In: African Crop Science Journal. 20, 2012, p. 189 - 196 [Eragrostis Tef, florets, hybrids, wild relatives].

  • Gugsa, L. and Kumlehn : Somatic Embryogenesis and Massive Shoot Regeneration from Immature Embryo Explants of Tef. In: Biotechnology Research International,. 2011, 2011, p. ID 309731 - doi:10.4061/2011/309731.

  • Getanhun T, Feyissa T and L. Gugsa: Regeneration of plantlets from unpollinated ovary cultures of Ethiopian wheat (Triticum turgidum and Triticum aestivum). (in press). In: African Journal of Biotechnology.. , 2013, p. AJB/20.03.13/12319 [Embryonic tissues, unpollinated ovaries, regenerants, wheat varieties].

Igwe, Prof. Dr. Charles Arizechukwu

University of Nigeria, Nigeria
Field of research: Soil science
Host: Prof. Dr. Karl Stahr Universität Hohenheim
  • Charles Arizechukwu Igwe, Juliet T. Nkemakosi: Nutrient element contents and cation exchange capacity in fine fractions of southeastern Nigerian soils in relation to their stability. In: Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 38, 2007, p. 1221 - 1242 [Dispersion ratio, Exchangeable acidity, nutrient elements, soil acidity, ].

  • Charles Arizechukwu Igwe, G.O. Ekebosi, M. Zarei, K. Stahr: Mineralogy and pedogenesis in a soil chronosequence on a floodplain, Eastern Nigeria. In: Agro-Science. 6, 2007, p. 1 - 15 [feldspar, clay minerals, land reclamation, lepidocrocite, moisture regime, kaolinite].

  • Charles Arizechukwu Igwe, C. Agbatah: Clay and silt dispersion in relation to some physicochemical properties of derived savanna soils under two tillage management practices in southeastern Nigeria. In: Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica Section B - Soil and Plant Science. 58, 2008, p. 17 - 26 [clay-dispersion, shrink-swell, soil organic carbon, water-dispersible clay].

  • Charles Arizechukwu Igwe, Mehdi Zarei, Karl Stahr: Factors affecting potassium status of flood plain soils, eastern Nigeria. In: Archives of Agronomy and Soil Soil Science. 54, 2008, p. 309 - 319 [total potassium, Nigeria, floodplain soils, gleysols, fluvisols].

  • Charles Arizechukwu Igwe, M. Zarei, Karl Stahr,: Colloidal stability in some tropical soils of southeastern Nigeria as affected by iron and aluminium oxides. In: CATENA. 77, 2009, p. 232 - 237 [soil organic carbon, poorly crystalline Fe, microaggregate stability, water-dispersible clay, weathering].

  • Charles Arizechukwu Igwe, M. Zarei, Karl Stahr: Mineralogy and geochemical properties of some upland soils from different sedimentary formations in south-eastern Nigeria. In: Australian Journal of Soil Research. 47, 2009, p. 423 - 432 [Fe oxide, Al oxide, pedogenic processes, clay mineralogy, agricultural productivity].

  • Charles Arizechukwu Igwe, Mehdi Zarei, Karl Stahr: Fe and Al oxides distribution in some ultisols and inceptisols of southeastern Nigeria in relation to soil total phosphorous. In: Environmental Earth Sciences. 60, 2010, p. 1103 - 1111 [crystalline oxides, amorphous oxides, phosphate fixation, phosphate retention, weathered soil, kaolinite].

  • Charles Arizechukwu Igwe: Tropical Soils, Physical Properties. In: Encyclopedia of Agrophysics. (Ed. Jan Glinski, Jozef Horabik and Jerzy Lipiec) Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer, 2011, p. 934 - 937 [Soil texture, soil structure, aggregate stability, shrink-swell, soil moisture, tropical soils].

Isik, Prof. Dr. Kani

Akdeniz University, Turkey
Field of research: Forest genetics
Host: Dr. Wilfried Steiner Niedersächsische Forstliche Versuchsanstalt
  • Esen Derya, Oktay Yildiz, M. Sarginci, Kani Isik: Effects of different pretreatments on germination of Prunus serotina seed sources. In: Journal Of Environmental Biology. . 28, 2007, p. 99 - 104 [Black cherry; forestry; Prunus serotina; seed stratification; germination ].

  • Semiz Gurkan, J. Heijari, K. Isik, J.K.Holopainen.: Variation in needle terpenoids among Pinus sylvestris L. (Pinaceae) provenances from Turkey. In: Biochemical Systematics And Ecology. . 35, 2007, p. 652 - 661 [Terpenes; Resin acids; Provenances; Genetic variation; Scots pine].

  • Semiz, Gurkan; Kani Isik; Orhan Unal: Enek Pekmez Production from Juniper ¿Fruits¿ by Native People on the Taurus Mountains in Southern Turkey. In: Economic Botany (by The New York Botanical Garden Press, Bronx, NY). . 61 (3), 2007, p. 299 - 301 [Ethnobotany, Juniperus drupecea, Taurus mountains, traditional foods, indigeneous people.].

  • Kurt, Yusuf; Nuray Kaya; Kani Isik: Isozyme variation in four natural populations of Cedrus libani A. Rich. in Turkey. In: Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry, . 32 (2), 2008, p. 137 - 145 [Taurus cedar, genetic variation, geographical variation, starch gel electrophoresis].

  • Kani Isik (translation editor) Authors: Eugene P Odum and Gary W Barrett: Ekoloji'nin Temel İlkeleri (Fundamentals of Ecology). Ankara, Turkei : Palme Yayincilik (Brooks/Cole), 2008, 598 pp. [Ecology Textbook, Population Biology, Ecosystem, Nutrient cycling, Landscape ecology].

  • Kani Isik,J. Kleinschmit, W. Steiner: Age-Age Correlations and Early Selection for Height in a Clonal Genetic Test of Norway Spruce. In: Forest Science. 56, 2010, p. 212 - 221.

Jaturasitha, Prof. Dr. Sanchai

Chiang Mai University, Thailand
Field of research: Animal production
Host: Prof. Dr. Michael Wicke Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Sanchai Jaturasitha, Tiranun Srikanchai and Michael Kreuzer: Efficiency of tuna oil to modify meat quality and fatty acid profile in pork as dependent on gender and slaughter weight. In: J. Appl. Anim. Res. . 32, 2007, p. 125 - 131 [Fish oil, omega 3 fatty acids, performance, carcass, pork quality].

  • Sanchai Jaturasitha, Tiranun Srikanchai, Michael Kreuzer and Michael Wicke: Differences in carcass and meat characteristics between chicken indigenous to Northern Thailand (Black-boned and Thai Native) and imported extensive breeds (Bresse and Rhode Island Red). In: Poult. Sci. . 87, 2008, p. 160 - 169 [indigenous chicken, muscle, carcass, meat, fatty acid].

  • Sanchai Jaturasitha, T. Srikanchai, S. Chakeredza, U. ter Meulen and M. Wicke: Backfat characteristics of barrows and gilts fed on tuna oil supplemented diets during the growing-finishing periods. In: Asian-Australian Journal of Animal Science. 21, 2008, p. 1214 - 1219 [Tuna Oil, Backfat, Fatty Acid, Pig].

  • Sanchai Jaturasitha, A. Kayan and M. Wicke. : Carcass and meat characteristics of male chickens between Thai indigenous compared with improved layer breeds and their crossbred. In: Archieves of Animal Breeding. 51, 2008, p. 283 - 294 [indigenous chicken, male layer, muscle, carcass, eating quality].

Jekayinfa, Prof. Dr. Simeon Olatayo

Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (Lautech), Nigeria
Field of research: Agricultural engineering
Host: Prof. Dr. Reiner Brunsch Leibniz-Institut für Agrartechnik Potsdam-Bornim (ATB)
  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa and Mufutau Adekojo Waheed: Selected Fuel Properties of Biodiesel Produced from Shea Butter Oil and Palm Kernel Oil. In: Food, Health and Environmental Issue in developing Countries: The Nigerian Situation. (Ed. Odunayo Clement Adebooye, Taiwo Kehinde and Andrew Adegboyega Fatufe) Germany: Cuvillier Verlag Göttingen, 2008, p. 326 - 334 [Diesel, Shea-butter, Palm-kernel, Biofuel].

  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa, Jelil Alamu and Mufutau Adekojo Waheed: Effect of Ethanol-Palm kernel Oil Ratio on Alkali-catalyzed Biodiesel Yield. In: Fuel. 87(8-9), 2008, p. 1529 - 1533 [Ethanol, Palm kernel oil, Biodiesel yield, Transesterification].

  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa and Adeleke Isaac Bamgboye: Energy Use Analysis of Selected Palm Kernel Oil Mills in South Western Nigeria. In: Energy. 33(1), 2008, p. 81 - 90 [Direct energy, Fuel, Electricity, Energy use indices, Palm kernel oil].

  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa, Mufutau Adekojo Waheed, Jeremiah Oludele Ojediran and O.E. Imeokparia: Energy Analysis of Fruit Juice Processing Operations. In: Energy. 33(1), 2008, p. 35 - 45 [Fruit juice, Energy, Exergy, Processing operations].

  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa: Ergonomic Evaluation and Energy Requirements of Bread-baking Operations in Southwestern Nigeria. In: Nutrition & Food Science. 38(3), 2008, p. 239 - 248 [Bakery products, Energy sources, Ergonomics, Nigeria].

  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa and Volkhard Scholz: Potential Availability of Energetically Usable Crop Residues in Nigeria. In: Energy Sources. 31, 2009, p. 687 - 697 [agricultural residues; energy potential; Nigeria; renewable energy ].

  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa, A. O. Adelhayo: Production of Biogas From Selected Crops And Animal Redidues In Nigeria. In: Building a Non-Oil Export Based Economy for Nigeria: The Potential of Value-Added Products from Agricultural Residues. (Ed. Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa) Göttingen: Cuvellier, 2012, p. 77 - 84.

  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa, A. O. Adelhayo: Production of Biogas From Selected Crops And Animal Residues In Nigeria. In: Building a Non-Oil Export Based Economy for Nigeria: The Potential of Value-Added Products from Agricultural Residues. (Ed. Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa) Göttingen: Cuvellier, 2012, p. 77 - 84.

  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa: Building a Non Oil based Economy for Nigeria: The Potential of Value-Added Products from Agricultural Residues. Göttingen: Cuvillier Verlag Göttingen, 2012, 491 pp. [Agricultural Residues, Non Oil Based Economy, Nigeria, Biofuels].

  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa, Ohijeagbon, I.O. and Waheed, M.A: Annual and Compounded Life Cycle Cost Analysis of a Steam Boiler. In: LAUJET Journal of Engineering and Technology. 6(2), 2011, p. 91 - 96 [Steam Boiler, Energy and Exergy Analysis, Life Cycle Cost, Nigeria].

  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa, waheed, M.A. and Ohijeagbon, I.O.: Cumulative Exergetic Assessment of LPFO Utilized Steam Boilers. In: International Journal of Exergy. 11(1), 2012, p. 119 - 135 [Steam Boiler, Energy and Exergy Analyses, Nigeria].

  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa, Ohijeagbon,I.O.,Waheed,M.A.,Opadokun,O.E: Developmental Design of a Laboratory Fire-Tube Boiler. In: ACTA TECHNICA CORVINIENSIS- Bulleting of Engineering . 6, 2013, p. 1 - 6 [fire-tube; steam boiler; thermodynamics; 3D modelling; laboratory].

  • Ademola Adebayo, Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa, Bernd Linke: Effect of Co-Digestion on Anaerobic Digestion of Cattle Slurry with Maize Cob at Mesophilic Temperature. In: Journal of Energy Technologies and Policy . 6(7), 2013, p. 47 - 54 [co-digestion, cattle slurry, maize cob, batch experiment, mesophilic temperature].

  • Idehai O. Ohijeagbon, M. Adekojo Waheed, Simeon O. Jekayinfa: Methodology for the physical and chemical exergetic analysis of steam boilers. In: Energy. 53, 2013, p. 153 - 164 [Exergy Energy Steam boilers Chemical exergy Exergy destruction].

  • S.O. Jekayinfa a, F.A. Ola , S.O. Afolayan, R.O. Ogunwale : On-farm energy analysis of plantain production in Nigeria. In: Energy for Sustainable Development. 16, 2012, p. 339 - 343 [Energy sources Energy use indices Plantain Residues Nigeria].

  • S. O. Jekayinfa and V. Scholz: Estimation of possible energy contributions of crop residues in Nigeria. In: Int. J. Energy Technology and Policy. 9, 2013, p. 93 - 109 [crop residues; energy value; monetary value; electricity; Nigeria].

Kagawa, Dr. Akira

Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan
Field of research: Wood biology
Host: Dr. Gerhard Helle Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
  • Akira Kagawa, Steven W. Leavitt: Stable carbon isotopes of tree rings as a tool to pinpoint the geographic origin of timber. In: Journal of Wood Science. 56(3), 2010, [DOI 10.1007/s10086-009-1085-6, illegal logging, isotope dendroprovenancing].

Kallarackal, Dr. Jose

, India
Field of research: Forestry, forest science
Host: Prof. Dr. Andreas Bürkert Universität Kassel
  • Kallarackal, J. and Somen, C.K. : Water loss from tree plantations in the tropics. In: Current Science. 94, 2008, p. 201 - 210 [water use, transpiration, trees, water relations].

  • Jose Kallarackal and T. J. Roby: Responses of trees to elevated carbon dioxide and climate change . In: Biodiversity and Conservation. 21, 2012, p. 1327 - 1342 [climate change, FACE, forest, trees].

  • Jose Kallarackal, Dennis O. Otieno, Bjo¨rn Reineking, Eun-Young Jung, Mark W. T. Schmidt, Andre´ Granier and• John D. Tenhunen: Functional convergence in water use of trees from different geographical regions: a meta-analysis . In: Trees. 27, 2013, p. 787 - 799 [wood density, evapotranspiration, water transport, ecology, sap flux density].

  • Jose Kallarackal, Susanne N. Bauer, Heike Nowak, Mohammad-Reza Hajirezaei and Ewald Komor : Diurnal changes in assimilate concentrations and X uxes in the phloem of castor bean (Ricinus communis L.) and tansy (Tanacetum vulgare L.) . In: Planta. 236, 2012, p. 209 - 223 [Phloem, Taraxacum, Ricinus, exudation].

Khalil, Dr. Mohammad I.

University College Dublin, Ireland
Field of research: Soil science
Host: Prof. Dr. Urs Schmidhalter Technische Universität München
  • M.I. Khalil, O. Van Cleemput, A.B. Rosenani and U. Schmidhalter: Day time, temporal, and seasonal variations of N2O emissions in an upland cropping system of the humid tropics. In: Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 38, 2007, p. 189 - 204 [Agriculture, N2O emissions, N sources, Variability].

  • Mohammad I. Khalil, Muhammad S. Rahman, Urs Schmidhalter and Hans-Werner Olfs : Nitrogen fertilizer-induced mineralization of soil organic C and N in six contrasting soils of Bangladesh. In: Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science. 170, 2007, p. 210 - 218 [C loss, net nitrogen mineralization, net nitrification, N fertilizers, soil parameters, subtropical soils].

  • M. I. Khalil and K. Inubushi: Possibilities to reduce rece straw-induced global warming potential of a sandy paddy soil by combining hydrological manipulations and urea-N fertilizations. In: Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 39, 2007, p. 2675 - 2681 [Greenhouse gases; Water regimes; Rice straw and urea; Paddy soil; Global Warming Potential].

  • M.I. Khalil, U. Schmidhalter and R. Gutser: Emissions of nitrous oxide, ammonia, and carbon dioxide from a cambisol at two contrasting soil water regimes and urea granular sizes. In: Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 40, 2009, p. 1191 - 1213 [Emission of greenhouse gases, ammonia volatilization, urea fertilizer, soil].

  • M.I. Khalil, F. Buegger, M. Schraml, R. Gutser, K.G. Richards and U. Schmidhalter. : Gaseous nitrogen emissions from a cambisol cropped to spring wheat with urea granule size and depths of placement. In: Soil Science Society of America Journal. 73, 2009, p. 1335 - 1344 [Greenhouse gas, Urea fertilizer, Soil and Environment ].

  • M. I. Khalil, U. Schmidhalter and R. Gutser: Effects of urease and nitrification inhibitors added to urea on nitrous oxide emissions from a loess soil. In: Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science. 172, 2009, p. 651 - 660 [Nitrous Oxide, Mitigations, Inhibitors].

  • O. Fenton, K.G. Richards, L. Kirwan, M.I. Khalil and M.G. Healy: Factors affecting nitrate distribution in shallow groundwater under a beef farm in south eastern Ireland. In: Journal of Environmental Management. 90, 2009, p. 3135 - 3146 [Nitrate, Natural attenuation, Denitrification, Groundwater ].

  • K.G. Richards, O. Fenton, M.I. Khalil, A.H. Haria, J. Humphreys, D. Doody, R. Moles, G. Morgan and P. Jordan: Good water status: The integration of sustainable grassland production and water resources in Ireland. In: Tearmann: Irish Journal of Agri-environmental Research. 7, 2009, p. 143 - 160 [Nitrate, Phosphorus, Groundwater, Grassland, Water Framework Directive, Hydrology].

  • M.I. Khalil, U. Schmidhalter, R. Gutser and H. Heuwinkel: Fertilizer N movement and recovery by spring wheat associated with urea supergranules point-placed at different soil depths. In: Journal of Plant Nutrition. 34, 2011, p. 779 - 797 [15N-urea, urea granule sizes, N use efficiency, spring wheat, priming effects].

  • M.I. Khalil and K.G. Richards: Denitrification enzyme activity and potential of subsoils under grazed grasslands assayed by membrane inlet mass spectrometer. In: Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 43, 2011, p. 1787 - 1797 [Denitrification, Denitrification Enzyme Activity, Subsoils, Grazed grassland].

  • O. Fenton, M.G. Healy, T. Henry, M.I. Khalil, J. Grant, A. Baily and K.G. Richards: Exploring the relationship between groundwater geochemical factors and denitrification potentials on a dairy farm in southeast Ireland. In: Ecological Engineering. 37, 2011, p. 1304 - 1313 [Bioreactor, Denitrification, Isotope, MIMS, Nitrate, Groundwater, Water Framework Directive].

  • M. I. Khalil: Physical and Chemical Manipulation of Urea Fertilizer to Limit the Emission of Reactive Nitrogen Species. In: Understanding Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Agricultural Management . (Ed. L. Guo, L. MacConnell and A. Gunasekara) USA: American Chemical Society/ Oxford University Press Inc., 2011, p. 149 - 164 [Urea fertilizer, nitrification, trace gases, mitigations, arable crop].

  • M.M.R. Jahangir, P. Johnston, M. Barrett, M.I. Khalil, and K.G. Richards: Linking hydrogeochemistry to nitrate abundance in groundwater in agricultural settings in Ireland. In: Journal of Hydrology. 448-449, 2012, p. 212 - 222 [Ksat, Dissolved organic C, Dissolved oxygen, Redox-potential, SO2-4, Nitrate retention].

  • M.M.R. Jahangir, M.I. Khalil, P. Johnston, L.M. Cardenas, D.J. Hatch, M. Butler, M. Barrett, V. O'Flaherty and K.G. Richards: Denitrification potential in subsoils: a mechanism to reduce nitrate leaching to groundwater. In: Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 147, 2012, p. 13 - 23 [Denitrification potential, N2O mole fractions, Subsoil, Greenhouse gas, Nitrate leaching, Grassland].

  • M.M.R. Jahangir, P. Johnston, M. I. Khalil, D. Hennessy, J. Humphreys, O. Fenton and K.G. Richards.: Groundwater: A pathway for terrestrial C and N losses and indirect greenhouse. In: Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 159, 2012, p. 40 - 48 [Greenhouse gases, Indirect N2O emissions, Effective rainfall, Dissolved C, Dissolved N, Groundwater].

  • M.M.R. Jahangir, P. Johnston, M.I. Khalil, J. Grant, C. Somers and K.G. Richards.: Evaluation of headspace equilibration methods for quantifying greenhouse gases in groundwater. In: Journal of Environmental Management. 111, 2012, p. 208 - 212 [Greenhouse gas, Headspace extraction, Dissolved gases, Shaking time, Standing time].

  • M.M.R. Jahangir, P. Johnston, M. Barrett, M.I. Khalil, P. Groffman, P. Boeckx, O. Fenton and K.G. Richards: Denitrification and indirect N2O emissions in groundwater: hydrologic and biogeochemical influences. In: Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 152, 2013, p. 70 - 81 [Denitrification, Excess N2-N, Groundwater, Emission factor, Permeability, Redox-potential].

  • M.I. Khalil, G. Kiely, P. O’Brien and C. Müller. : Estimation of organic carbon stocks in agricultural soils in Ireland using combined empirical and GIS approaches. In: Geoderma. 193-194, 2013, p. 222 - 235 [Carbon stocks, Depth distribution models, Pedotransfer function, Disaggregated agricultural lands, Republic of Ireland].

  • M.I. Khalil, M. Richards, B. Osborne, M. Williams and C. Müller.: Simulation and validation of greenhouse gases and carbon stock in arable lands using the ECOSSE model. In: Atmospheric Environment. 81, 2013, p. 616 - 624 [Greenhouse gases, Carbon balance, Spring barley, Tillage, ECOSSE model].

  • E. Cahalan, M. Ernfors, C. Müller, D. Devaney, R.J. Laughlin, C.J. Watson, D. Hennesy, J. Grant, M.I. Khalil, K.L. McGeough and K.G. Richards. : The effect of the nitrification inhibitor dicyandiamide (DCD) on nitrous oxide and methane emissions after cattle slurry application to Irish grassland. In: Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 199, 2015, p. 339 - 349 [Dicyandiamide (DCD), Nitrous oxide, Cattle slurry, Spreading method, Trace gases].

  • M. Barrett, M., M.I. Khalil, M.M.R. Jahangir, C. Lee, L.M. Cardenas, G. Collins, K. Richards and V. O’Flaherty. : Carbon amendment and soil depth affects the distribution and abundance of denitrifiers in agricultural soils. In: Carbon amendment and soil depth affects the distribution and abundance of denitrifiers in agricultural soils.. 23, 2016, p. 7899 - 7910 [Denitrification, nirK, nirS, nosZ, Subsoil, N2O/N2 emissions].

  • M.I. Khalil, M. Abdalla, G. Lanigan, B. Osborne and C. Müller.: Evaluation of parametric limitations in simulating greenhouse gas fluxes from Irish arable soils using three process-based models. In: Agricultural Sciences (Special Issue: Agricultural Systems Modelling). 7, 2016, p. 503 - 520 [Greenhouse Gases, Arable Lands, Input Parameters, Process-Based Models, Ireland].

Khan, Prof. Dr. Khalid Saifullah

PMAS-Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Field of research: Soil science
Host: Prof. Dr. Rainer Georg Jörgensen Universität Kassel
  • Khalid Saifullah Khan, R.G. Joergensen: Simultaneous measurement of S, macronutrients and heavy metals in the soil microbial biomass with CHCI3 fumigation and NH4NO3 extraction. In: Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 41, 2009, p. 309 - 314.

Khan, Prof. Dr. Md. Nabiul Islam

Khulna University, Bangladesh
Field of research: Forestry, forest science
Host: Prof. Dr. Uta Berger Technische Universität Dresden
  • Md. Nabiul Islam Khan, O. Faruque : Allometric relationships for predicting the stem volume in a Dalbergia sissoo Roxb. plantation in Bangladesh . In: iForest. 3, 2010, p. 153 - 158 [Allometry, Monoculture plantation, Regression, Rosewood, Sissoo, Stem volume].

  • Markus Kautz, Uta Berger, Dietrich Stoyan, Juliane Vogt, Nabiul Islam Khan, Karen Diele, Ulrich Saint-Paul, Tran Triet and Vien Ngoc Nam: Desynchronizing effects of lightning strike disturbances on cyclic forest dynamics in mangrove plantations. In: Aquatic Botany. 95, 2011, p. 173 - 181 [Can Gio; canopy gap; field-of-neighbourhood; individual-based modelling; interrupted point process; KiWi model; Matern cluster process; point pattern analysis; Rhizophora apiculata].

  • M.N.I. Khan, S. Sharma, U. Berger, N. Koedam, F. Dahdouh-Guebas, A. Hagihara: How do tree competition and stand dynamics lead to spatial patterns in monospecific mangroves?. In: Biogeosciences. 10, 2013, p. 2803 - 2814 [Intraspecific competition; KiWi model; point pattern analysis; self-thinning; Kandelia obovata; pair-correlation, mark-correlation].

  • Md Nabiul Islam Khan, Renske Hijbeek, Uta Berger, Nico Koedam, Uwe Grueters, S. M. Zahirul Islam, Md Asadul Hasan, Farid Dahdouh-Guebas: An Evaluation of the Plant Density Estimator the Point-Centred Quarter Method (PCQM) Using Monte Carlo Simulation. In: PLoS One. 11(6), 2016, p. 1 - 18 [IBM, plant ecology, forest inventory, mangrove, forestry].

  • Renske Hijbeek, Nico Koedam, Md Nabiul Islam Khan, James Gitundu Kairo, Johan Schoukens, Farid Dahdouh-Guebas: An Evaluation of Plotless Sampling Using Vegetation Simulations and Field Data from a Mangrove Forest. In: PLoS ONE. 8(6), 2013, p. 1 - 10 [Vegetation structure, sampling, plant density, distance based method].

  • Nibedita Mukherjee, William J. Sutherland, Md Nabiul I. Khan, Uta Berger, Nele Schmitz, Farid Dahdouh-Guebas, Nico Koedam: Using expert knowledge and modeling to define mangrove composition, functioning, and threats and estimate time frame for recovery. In: Ecology and Evolution . 4(11), 2014, p. 2247 - 2262 [Delphi technique, IBM, simulation modelling, resilience, climate change].

  • Md. Mizanur Rahman, Md. Nabiul Islam Khan, A. K. Fazlul Hoque, Imran Ahmed: Carbon stock in the Sundarbans mangrove forest: spatial variations in vegetation types and salinity zones. In: Wetlands Ecology and Management. 23 (2), 2015, p. 268 - 283 [Carbon sequestration, Aboveground carbon, Belowground carbon, REDD+, Vegetation functional attributes, Ecosystem carbon].

Kocour, Dr. Martin

University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
Field of research: Fisheries science, fisheries studies
Host: Dr. Klaus Kohlmann Leibniz-Institut für Gewässerökologie und Binnenfischerei (IGB)
  • Martin Kocour, David Gela, Marek Rodina, Martin Flajshans : Performance of different tench, Tinca tinca (L.), groups under semi-intensive pond conditions: it is worth establishing a coordinated breeding program. In: Review in Fish Biology and Fisheries. 20, 2010, p. 345 - 355 [Crossbreeding, Pond culture, Growth, Performance, Survival, Tinca tinca].

  • Martin Kocour, Klaus Kohlmann: Growth hormone gene polymorphisms in tench, Tinca tinca L. In: Aquaculture. 310, 2011, p. 298 - 304 [Cloning, Growth hormone, Haplotype, Polymorphism, Sequencing, Tench, Tinca tinca].

Kocour Kroupova, Dr. Dipl. Ing. Hana

University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
Field of research: Fisheries science, fisheries studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Werner Kloas Leibniz-Institut für Gewässerökologie und Binnenfischerei (IGB)
  • Achim Trubiroha, Hana Kroupova, Sven Wuertz, Sabrina N. Frank, Bernd Sures, Werner Kloas: Naturally-induced endocrine disruption by the parasite Ligula intestinalis (Cestoda) in roach (Rutilus rutilus). In: General and Comparative Endocrinology. 166, 2010, p. 234 - 240 [Fish, Endocrine disruption, Parasite, Tapeworm, Reproduction, Biomarker ].

  • Hana Kroupova, Achim Trubiroha, Sven Wuertz, Werner Kloas: Stage-dependent differences in RNA composition and content affect the outcome of expression profiling in roach (Rutilus rutilus) ovary. In: Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A. 159, 2011, p. 141 - 149 [Fish, Reproductive cycle, gene-expression, RT-qPCR, Follistatin, Aromatase, Reference genes].

  • Achim Trubiroha, Hana Kroupova, Sabrina N. Frank, Bernd Sures, Werner Kloas: Inhibition of gametogenesis by the cestode Ligula intestinalis in roach (Rutilus rutilus) is attenuated under laboratory conditions. In: Parasitology. 138, 2011, p. 648 - 659 [parasite, tapeworm, host fecundity, parasitic castration, endocrine disruption, gonadotropin, sex steroids, oestrogen, androgen, vitellogenin].

  • Hana Kroupova, Achim Trubiroha, Sven Wuertz, Sabrina N. Frank, Bernd Sures, Werner Kloas: Nutritional status and gene expression along the somatotropic axis in roach (Rutilus rutilus) infected with the tapeworm Ligula intestinalis. In: General and Comparative Endocrinology . 177, 2012, p. 270 - 277 [Cestode, Fish, Endocrine disruption, Parasitic castration, Growth hormone, Insulin-like growth factor].

  • Achim Trubiroha, Hana Kroupova, Sven Wuertz, Werner Kloas: Up-regulation of gonadotropin mRNA-expression at the onset of gametogenesis in the roach (Rutilus rutilus): Evidence for an important role of brain-type aromatase (cyp19a1b) in the pituitary. In: General and Comparative Endocrinology. 178, 2012, p. 529 - 538 [Oogenesis, Spermatogenesis, FSH, LH, Sex steroids, Steroid receptors].

Laurincik, Prof. Dr. Jozef

Constantine the Philosopher University Nitra, Slovakia
Field of research: Agriculture, agricultural science
Host: Prof. Dr. Heiner Niemann Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut Bundesforschungsinstitut für Tiergesundheit
  • Bolette Bjerregaard, Hanne Pedersen, Anne Jakobsen, Randal Prather, Frantisek Strejcek, Zaida Rasmussen, Jozef Laurincik, Heiner Niemann, Poul Maddox-Hyttel, Preben Dybdahl Thomsen: Activation of ribosomal RNA genes in porcine embryos produced in vitro or by somatic cell nuclear transfer. In: Molecular Reproduction Development. 74, 2007, p. 35 - 41 [rRNA, transcription, embryo, in vitro, pig].

  • Jozef Laurincik: Animal Biotechnology. Nitra, Slovakia: Faculty of Natural Sciences, 2008, 176 pp. [Animal biotechnology, oocyte, embryo, SCNT, transgenesis, ethics].

  • Olga Svarcova, Jozef Laurincik, Birthe Avery, Milos Mlyncek, Heiner Niemann, Poul Maddox-Hyttel: Nucleolar development and allocation of key nucleolar proteins require de novo transcription in bovine embryos. In: Molecular Reproduction Development. 74, 2007, p. 1428 - 1435 [cattle, embryo, nucleolus, proteins].

  • Olga Svarcova, Frantisek Strejcek, Ida Petrovicova, Birthe Avery, Hanne Pedersen, Andrea Lucas-Hahn, Heiner Niemann, Jozef Laurincik, Poul Maddox-Hyttel : The role of RNA polymerase I transcription and embryonic genome activation in nucleolar development in bovine preimplantation embryos. In: Molecular Reproduction Development. 75, 2008, p. 1095 - 1103 [cattle, embryo, RNA polymerase I, genome re-activation].

Levia, Prof. Dr. Delphis F.

University of Delaware, United States of America
Field of research: Forest hydrology
Host: Prof. Dr. Beate Michalzik Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
  • Delphis F. Levia*, Beate Michalzik*, Sebastian Bischoff, Kerstin Nӓthe, David R. Legates, Marie-Cecile Gruselle, Susanne Richter [* equal contributors]: Measurement and modeling of diameter distributions of particulate matter in terrestrial solutions. In: Geophysical Research Letters. 40 (7), 2013, p. 1317 - 1321 [ particulate matter; diameter distribution; throughfall; stemflow].

  • Delphis Levia, Beate Michalzik, Kerstin Nӓthe, Sebastian Bischoff, Susanne Richter and David Legates : Differential stemflow yield from European beech saplings: the role of individual canopy structure metrics. In: Hydrological Processes. 29(1), 2015, p. 43 - 51 [stemflow, forest, canopy structure, Fagus sylvatica, cluster analysis].

  • Beate Michalzik*, Delphis F. Levia*, Sebastian Bischoff, Kerstin Nӓthe, Susanne Richter [*equal contributors]: Effects of aphid infestation on the biogeochemistry of the water routed through European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) saplings. In: Biogeochemistry. 129 (1/2), 2016, p. 197 - 214 [stemflow; throughfall; dissolved organic matter; base cations; Phyllaphis fagi; scanning electron microscopy].

Li, Prof. Dr. Yong

Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, People's Republic of China
Field of research: Soil science
Host: Prof. Dr. Hans-Rudolf Bork Leibniz-Institut für Agrartechnik Potsdam-Bornim (ATB)
  • Y.Li, Q.Zhang,D.C.Reicosky,M. J. Lindstrom,L.Y. Bai,and L. Li : Changes in soil organic carbon induced by tillage and water erosion on s steep hillslope in the Chinese Loess Plateau 1898-1954 and 1954-1998. In: JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH. 112, 2007, p. G01021, doi:10.1029/2005JG000107 [Tillage and water erosion; soil organic carbon storage;fallout radionuclides tracking].

Liang, Prof. Dr. Eryuan

Chinese Academy of Sciences, People's Republic of China
Field of research: Wood biology
Host: Prof. Dr. Dieter Eckstein Universität Hamburg
  • Eryuan Liang, Xuemei Shao, Hongyan Liu, Dieter Eckstein, : Tree-ring based PDSI reconstruction since AD 1842 in the Ortindag Sand Land, east Inner Mongolia. In: Chinese Science Bulletin. 52, 2007, p. 2715 - 2721 [Ortindag Sand Land, tree rings, Palmer drought severity index (PDSI)reconstruction, 20-year oscillation].

  • Eryuan Liang, Dieter Eckstein, Hongayan Liu: Climate-growth relationships of relict Pinus tabulaeformis at the northern limit of its natural distribution in northern China. In: Journal of Vegetation Science. 19, 2008, p. 393 - 406 [Degradation, Drought, Pinus tabulaeformis, Reconstruction, Semi-arid land, Tree ring.].

  • Eryuan Liang, Dieter Eckstein, Hongyan Liu: Assessing the recent grassland greening trend in a long-term context based on tree-ring analysis: A case study in North China. In: Ecological Indicators. 9, 2009, p. 1280 - 1283 [Tree ring, NDVI, Greening trend, Natural variability, Typical steppe, North China].

  • Eryuan Liang, Dieter Eckstein, Xuemei Shao: Seasonal cambial activity of relict Chinese pine at the northern limit of its natural distribution in Northern China - exploratory results. In: IAWA Journal. 30, 2009, p. 371 - 378 [Chinese pine, cambial activity, wood formation, semi-arid climate].

Mahmood, Dr. Tariq

Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission, Pakistan
Field of research: Soil science
Host: Dr. Frank Fleischmann Technische Universität München
  • Mahmood T., Ali R., Hussain F., Malik K.A., Tahir G.R. : Seasonal changes in soil microbial biomass nitrogen under an irrigated wheat-maize cropping system. In: Pakistan Journal of Botany . 39, 2007, p. 1751 - 1761 [Farmyard manure, Maize, Microbial biomass N, Urea, Wheat ].

  • Mahmood T., Ali R., Iqbal J., Robab U. : Nitrous oxide emission from an irrigated cotton field under semiarid subtropical conditions. In: Biology & Fertility of Soils . 44, 2008, p. 773 - 781 [Cotton, Denitrification, Irrigation, Nitrous oxide, Nitrous oxide mole fraction ].

  • Ali, R., Iqbal J., Tahir G.R., Mahmood T. : Effect of 3,5-dimethylpyrazole and 41nitrapyrin on nitrification under high soil temperature. In: Pakistan Journal of Botany . 40, 2008, p. 1053 - 1062 [3,5-Dimethylpyrazole, Nitrapyrin, Nitrification, High soil temperature ].

  • Mahmood T., Gupta K.J., Kaiser W.M. : Cadmium stress stimulates nitric oxide production by wheat roots. In: Pakistan Journal of Botany . 41, 2009, p. 1285 - 1290 [Cadmium, Nitric oxide, Root respiration, Wheat roots ].

  • Ali R., Iqbal J., Robab U., Mahmood T. : Effect of dicyandiamide on microbial activity in the rhizosphere and bulk soils under cotton. In: Pakistan Journal of Botany . 41, 2009, p. 1401 - 1409 [Cotton, Dicyandiamide, Microbial activity, Nitrification inhibitors, Rhizosphere ].

  • Yaqub M., Mahmood T., Akhtar M., Iqbal M.M., Ali S. : Induction of mungbean [Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek] as a grain legume in the annual rice-wheat double cropping system. In: Pakistan Journal of Botany . 42, 2010, p. 3125 - 3135 [Grain legumes, Green manuring, Rice-Wheat system ].

  • Mahmood T.: Phytoextraction of heavy metals – the process and scope for remediation of contaminated soils. (Review article). In: Soil & Environment . 29, 2010, p. 91 - 109 [Contaminated soils, Heavy metal pollution, Hyperaccumulators, Phytoextraction, Phytoremediation].

  • Mahmood T., Ali R., Latif Z., Ishaque W. : Dicyandiamide increases the fertilizer-N loss from an alkaline calcareous soil treated with 15N-labelled urea under warm climate and under different crops. In: Biology & Fertility of Soils. 47, 2011, p. 619 - 631 [Cotton, Dicyandiamide, Maize, Nitrification inhibitors, 15N-balance, Wheat].

  • Ali, R., Kanwal H., Iqbal Z., Yaqub M., Khan J.A. Mahmood T. : Evaluation of some nitrification inhibitors at different temperatures under laboratory conditions. In: Soil & Environment . 31, 2012, p. 134 - 145 [4-Amino-1,2,4-triazole, 1H-benzotriazole, Benzothiazole, Lignosulfonic acid, Nitrification, Pyrazoles].

  • Mahmood T., Mehnaz S., Fleischmann F., Ali R., Hashmi Z.H., Iqbal Z.: Soil sterilization effects on root growth and formation of rhizosheaths in wheat seedlings. In: Pedobiologia. 57, 2014, p. 123 - 130 [EPS-producing bacteria, Gamma-irradiation, Rhizosheaths, Root morphology, Soil autoclaving, Wheat].

Majumder, Dr. Bidisha

Birbhum Institute of Engineering & Technology, India
Field of research: Soil science
Host: Prof. Dr. Yakov Kuzyakov Universität Bayreuth
  • Bidisha Majumder, P. K. Bandyopadhyay, Biswapati Mandal: Relationship between soil organic carbon pools and productivity for a 20 years old rice-berseem agroecosystem. In: Biology and Fertility of Soil. 44(3), 2008, p. 451 - 461 [Carbon pools - Carbon stabilization - Organic amendment - Crop productivity - Fertilization].

Martin, Dr. Guillaume

Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA), France
Field of research: Crop production, plant production
Host: Prof. Dr. Frank Ewert Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
  • Guillaume Martin, Jean-Pierre Theau, Olivier Therond, Roger Martin-Clouaire, Michel Duru: Diagnosis and Simulation: a suitable combination to support farming systems design. In: Crop & Pasture Science . 62, 2011, p. 328 - 336 [design, farming system, farm management, grassland, modelling, learning].

  • Guillaume Martin, Benoit Felten, Michel Duru: Forage rummy: A game to support the participatory design of adapted livestock systems . In: Environmental Modelling & Software. 26, 2011, p. 1442 - 1453 [farm model, farming system, adaptation, simulation, learning, climate change].

  • Guillaume Martin, Michel Duru, Jürgen Schellberg, Frank Ewert: Simulations of plant productivity are affected by modelling approaches of farm management. In: Agricultural Systems. 109, 2012, p. 25 - 34 [Farm model Decision-making modelling Model complexity Farmers’ decisions Grassland-based beef farm].

  • Guillaume Martin, Roger Martin-Clouaire, Michel Duru: Farming system design to feed the changing world. A review. In: Agronomy for Sustainable Development. 33, 2013, p. 131 - 149 [Problemdefinition, Problem solving, Reflection in action, Participation, Optimisation, Simulation, Farm model, Innovation].

Melesse, Prof. Dr. Aberra

Hawassa University, Ethiopia
Field of research: Animal production
Host: Prof. Dr. Markus Rodehutscord Universität Hohenheim
  • Aberra Melesse, Yoseph Getye, Kefyalew Berihun, Sandip Banerjee: Effect of feeding graded levels of Moringa stenopetala leaf meal on growth performance, carcass traits and some serum biochemical parameters of Koekoek chickens. In: Livestock Science. 157, 2013, p. 498 - 505 [Moringa stenopetala leaf meal, Keokoek chicken, Growth traits, Carcass traits, Biochemical parameters].

  • Melesse A., Maak S., Pingel H. and Lengerken G. V.: Assessing the Thermo-Tolerance Potentials of Five Commercial Layer Chicken Genotypes Under Long-Term Heat Stress Environment as Measured by Their Performance Traits. In: Journal of Animal Production Advances. 3, 2013, p. 254 - 264 [Commercial layer chickens, egg quality traits, egg production, heat stress, thermo-neutral temperature, thermo-tolerance].

  • Sandip Banerjee, Aberra Melesse, Eshetu Dotamo, Kefyalew Berihun and Mohammed Beyan: Effect of Feeding Different Dietary Protein Levels with Iso-Caloric Ration on Nutrients Intake and Growth Performances of Dual-Purpose Koekoeck Chicken Breeds. In: International Journal of Applied Poultry Research. 2, 2013, p. 27 - 32 [Crude protein levels; feed conversion efficiency; feed intake; growth performances; Koekoeck chickens].

  • Aberra Melesse, Sandip Banerjee, Admasu Lakew, Fekadu Mersha, Fsahatsion Hailemariam, Shemlis Tsegaye, Tafesse Makebo, Aynalem Haile, Tadelle Dessie: Variations in linear body measurements and establishing prediction equations for live body weight of indigenous sheep populations of southern Ethiopia. In: Ethiopian Journal of Animal Production. 13, 2013, p. 83 - 102 [Morphometrical characters, body weight estimation, indigenous sheep, Southern Ethiopia].

  • Melesse A., Dotamo E., Banerjee S., Berihun K. and Beyan M. : Studies on Carcass Traits, Nutrient Retention and Utilization of Koekoeck Chickens Fed Diets Containing Different Protein Levels with Iso-Caloric Ration. In: Journal of Animal Science Advances. 3, 2013, p. 532 - 543 [Carcass traits, crude protein levels, koekoeck chickens, linear body measurements, nutrient retention, nutrient utilization].

  • Aberra Melesse, Girma Abebe, Roger Merkel, Arthur Goetsch, Lionel Dawson, Terry Gipson and Tilahun Sahlu: Effect of Body Condition Score and Nutritional Flushing on the Reproductive Performances of Spanish and Spanish x Boer Crossbred Does. In: Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 24, 2013, p. 141 - 153 [Body condition score; Body weight; Nutritional flushing; Reproductive traits; Spanish x Boer crosses].

  • A. Melesse, M. Alewi and Y. Teklegiorgis: Evaluating the Reproductive and Egg Production Traits of Local Chickens and Their F1 Crosses with Rhode Island Red and Fayoumi Breeds under Farmers’ Management Conditions. In: Iranian Journal of Applied Animal Science. 3, 2013, p. 379 - 385 [crossbreeding, Farmers management, Fayoumi chicken breed, local Kei chicken, Rhode Island Red chicken breed].

  • Aberra Melesse, Sandip Banerjee, Admasu Lakew, Fekadu Mersha, Fsahatsion Hailemariam, Shimelis Tsegaye and Tafesse Makebo: Morphological characterization of indigenous sheep in Southern Regional State, Ethiopia. In: Animal Genetic Resources. 52, 2013, p. 39 - 50 [phenotypic characterization, qualitative character, linear body measurement, indigenous sheep, Southern Regional State of Ethiopia].

  • Misba Alewi and Aberra Melesse: EVALUATING THE GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF LOCAL KEI CHICKENS AND THEIR F1-CROSSES WITH RHODE ISLAND RED AND FAYOUMI BREEDS IN WATERSHED AREAS OF GURAGHE ADMINISTRATIVE ZONE, SOUTHERN ETHIOPIA. In: Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems. 16, 2013, p. 39 - 50 [Farmers’ management; Growth performance; F1-crosses; Rhode Island Red chicken; Fayoumi chicken; Local Kei chicken].

  • Aberra Melesse, Zemene Worku, Yosef Teklegiorgis: Assessment of the prevailing handling and quality of eggs from scavenging indigenous chickens reared in different agro-ecological zones of Ethiopia. In: Journal of Environmental and Occupational Science. 2, 2013, p. 1 - 8 [Agro-ecological zones; Egg handling; Egg quality traits; Rural households; Scavenging chickens].

  • Aberra Melesse, S. Maak and G. von Lengerken: PRODUCTIVE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ADAPTIVE RESPONSES OF ETHIOPIAN NAKED-NECK CHICKENS AND THEIR F1 CROSSES WITH COMMERCIAL CHICKEN BREEDS TO HIGH ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE. In: Ethiopian Journal of Science. 35, 2012, p. 107 - 116 [3,5,3-triiodothyronine, corticosterone, F1 crosses, heat stress, Naked-neck chicken].

  • Aberra Melesse, Worknesh Tiruneh, Tegene Negesse: Nutrient composition and effects of feeding different levels of Moringa stenopetala leaf meal on carcass traits of Rhode Island Red dual-purpose grower chickens. In: Ethiopian Journal of Animal Production. 12, 2012, p. 37 - 50 [M. stenopetala leaf meal; Rhode Island Red chicks; Nutrient composition; Edible carcass; Non-edible carcass].

  • Aberra Melesse: The feeding value of deseeded pods from Moringa stenopetala and Moringa oleifera as evaluated by chemical analyses and in vitro gas production. In: Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences. 21, 2012, p. 537 - 550 [in vitro gas production, nutrient compositions, Moringa oleifera, Moringa stenopetala, deseeded Moringa pods].

  • Alewi M., Melesse A. and Teklegiorgis Y.: Crossbreeding Effect on Egg Quality Traits of Local Chickens and Their F1 Crosses With Rhode Island Red and Fayoumi Chicken Breeds Under Farmers’ Management Conditions. In: Journal of Animal Science Advances. 2, 2012, p. 697 - 705 [Crossbreeding, egg quality traits, Fayoumi chicken breed, F1 crosses, local Kei chicken, farmers’ management, Rhode Island Red chicken breed].

  • Aberra Melesse: Assessing the feeding values of leaves, seeds and seeds-removed pods of Moringa stenopetala using in vitro gas production technique. In: African Journal of Biotechnology . 11, 2012, p. 11342 - 11349 [Chemical compositions, feeding values, in vitro gas production, leaves, M. stenopetala, seeds, seeds-removed pods].

  • Worku Z., Melesse A. and T/Giorgis Y.: Assessment of Village Chicken Production System and the Performance of Local Chicken Populations in West Amhara Region of Ethiopia. In: Journal of Animal Production Advances. 2, 2012, p. 199 - 207 [Ethiopia, indigenous chicken performance, local chicken populations, rural community].

  • Yibrehu Emshaw, Aberra Melesse and Getinet Assefa: The Effect of Dietary Inclusion of Mango (Magnifera indica L.) Fruit Waste on Feed Intake, Growth and Feed Efficiency of Cobb-500 Broiler Chickens. In: Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 22, 2012, p. 73 - 83 [Mango Fruit Waste; Maize; Cobb-500 Broiler Chickens; Growth Performance; Carcass Traits].

  • A. Melesse, H. Steingass, J. Boguhn and M. Rodehutscord: In vitro fermentation characteristics and effective utilisable crude protein in leaves and green pods of Moringa stenopetala and Moringa oleifera cultivated at low and mid-altitudes. In: Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition . 97, 2013, p. 537 - 546 [altitude, green pods, in vitro gas production, leaves, Moringa species, utilisable crude protein].

  • A. Melesse, H. Steingass, J. Boguhn, M. Schollenberger and M. Rodehutscord: Effects of elevation and season on nutrient composition of leaves and green pods of Moringa stenopetala and Moringa oleifera. In: Agroforestry systems. 86, 2012, p. 505 - 518 [Moringa species, nutrient composition, leaves, green pods, elevation, season ].

  • A. Melesse, S. Maak and G. von Lengerken: Effects of genetic group × ambient temperature interactions on performance and physiological responses of Naked-neck chickens and their F1 crosses with Lohmann White and New Hampshire laying hens. In: Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences. 20, 2011, p. 599 - 612 [Naked-neck chicken, F1 crosses, heat stress, genotype x temperature interaction, corticosterone, 3,5,3′-triiodothyronine].

  • Aberra Melesse and Tegene Negesse: Phenotypic and morphological characterization of indigenous chicken populations in southern region of Ethiopia. In: Animal Genetic Resources. 49, 2011, p. 19 - 31 [phenotypic characterization, indigenous chickens, Southern Ethiopia, administrative zones, agroclimatic zones].

  • A. Melesse, S. Maak, R. Schmidt, G. von Lengerken: Effect of long-term heat stress on some performance traits and plasma enzyme activities in Naked-neck chickens and their F1 crosses with commercial layer breeds. In: Livestock Science. 141, 2011, p. 227 - 231 [Commercial chicken breeds, Enzyme activities, F1 crosses, Heat stress, Naked-neck chicken].

  • Shewangizaw Wolde, Tegene Negesse and Aberra Melesse: Effect of dietary protein concentration on feed intake, body mass gain and carcass traits of Rhode Island Red chicken. In: Journal of Science and Development. 1, 2011, [Dietary crude protein, carcass traits, feed efficiency, Rhodes Island Red chicken].

  • A. Melesse, S. Maak, R. Schmidt and G. von Lengerken: Effect of long-term heat stress on key enzyme activities and T3 levels in commercial layer hens. In: International Journal of Livestock Production . 2, 2011, p. 107 - 116 [Layer hens, long-term heat stress, enzyme activities, T3 concentration].

  • A. Melesse, W. Tiruneh and T. Negesse: EFFECTS OF FEEDING Moringa stenopetala LEAF MEAL ON NUTRIENT INTAKE AND GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF RHODE ISLAND RED CHICKS UNDER TROPICAL CLIMATE. In: Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems. 14, 2011, p. 485 - 492 [Moringa stenopetala leaf meal; Rhode Island Red chicks; nutrient intake; growth performanc].

  • S. Wolde, T. Negesse and A. Melesse: THE EFFECT OF DIETARY PROTEIN CONCENTRATION ON NUTRIENT UTILIZATION OF RHODE ISLAND RED CHICKEN IN WOLAITA (SOUTHERN ETHIOPIA). In: Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems. 14, 2011, p. 271 - 278 [dietary crude protein level; efficiency of nutrient utilization; Rhode Island Red].

Menyailo, Prof. Dr. Oleg

Siberian Federal University, Russian Federation
Field of research: Forestry, forest science
Host: Prof. Dr. Ralf Conrad Max-Planck-Institut für terrestrische Mikrobiologie
  • Oleg Menyailo: The influence of tree species on the biomass of denitrifying bacteria in gray forest soils. In: Eurasian Soil Science . 40 (3), 2007, p. 302 - 307.

  • Oleg Menyailo: The effect of afforestation on mineralization of soil organic matter. In: Russian Journal of Ecology. 39, 2008, p. 21 - 25.

  • Oleg Menyailo, Bruce A. Hungate, Wolf-Rainer Abraham and Ralf Conrad. : Changing land use reduces soil CH4 uptake by altering biomass and activity but not composition of high-affinity methanotrophs. In: Global Change Biology. 14, 2008, p. 2405 - 2419.

  • Oleg Menyailo: The effect of Siberian tree species on the mineralization rate of soil organic matter. In: Eurasian Soil Science. 42, 2009, p. 1156 - 1162.

  • Oleg Menyailo, Wolf-Rainer Abraham, Ralf Conrad: Tree species affect atmospheric CH4 oxidation without altering community composition of soil methanotrophs. In: Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 42, 2010, p. 101 - 107.

Mollicone, Dr. Danilo

Universidad de Alcala, Spain
Field of research: Forestry, forest science
Host: Prof. Dr. Ernst-Detlef Schulze Max-Planck-Institut für Biogeochemie
  • Danilo Mollicone, Frédéric Achard, Sandro Federici, Hugh D. Eva, Giacomo Grassi, Alan Belward, Frank Raes, Günther Seufert, Hans-Jürgen Stibig, Giorgio Matteucci, Ernst-Detlef Schulze: An incentive mechanism for reducing emissions from conversion of intact and non-intact forests. In: Climatic Change. 83 - 4, 2007.

  • D Mollicone, A Freibauer, E D Schulze1, S Braatz, G Grassi and S Federici: Elements for the expected mechanisms on `reduced emissions from deforestation and degradation, REDD' under UNFCCC. In: Environ. Res. Lett.. 2, 2007, [deforestation, forest degradation, climate change, Kyoto Protocol].

Muhammed, Dr. Nur

Ministry of Environment and Forests, Bangladesh
Field of research: Forestry, forest management
Host: Prof. Dr. Gerhard Oesten Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
  • Muhammed, N. and Koike, M.: Policy and Socio-economics of participatory forest management in Bangladesh. Canada: Trafford Publishers, 2009, 242 pp. [Participatory forest management, Policy, Bangladesh, Socio-economics].

  • Muhammed, N., F. Haque and M. Koike: The Role of Participatory Social Forestry in the Enhancement of the Socio-economic Condition of the rural poor: a Case Study of Dhaka Forest Division in Bangladesh. In: Forests Trees and Livelihoods – an International Journal, The United Kingdom. . 19, 2009, p. 47 - 67 [social forestry, sal forests, financial return].

  • Chowdhury, M.S.H., M. Koike and N. Muhammed: Embracing collaborative protected area management for conservation: An analysis of the development of the forest policy of Bangladesh. In: International Forestry Review, Commonwealth Forestry Association, The United Kingdom.. 11(3), 2009, p. 359 - 374 [biodiversity conservation, forest policy, protected area, Bangladesh].

  • Chowdhury, M.S.H., M. Koike, N. Muhammed, M.A. Halim, N. Shaha. and H. Kobayashi: Use of plants in healthcare: A traditional ethno-medicinal practice in south-eastern rural areas of Bangladesh. In: The International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management, Taylor & Francis, The United Kingdom. 5(1), 2009, p. 41 - 51 [medicinal plants, ailments, indigenous knowledge, using pattern, biodiversity, Bangladesh].

  • Chowdhury, M.S.H., M.A. Halim, N. Muhammed, M. Koike, and S. Biswas: Indigenous knowledge in natural resource management by the hill people: A case of the Mro tribe in Bangladesh. In: Forests Trees and Livelihoods, AB Academic Publishers, The United Kingdom. 19(2), 2009, p. 129 - 151 [Indigenous people, Mro tribe, Bangladesh, Forests].

  • N. Muhammed, K.M. Salahuddin, M.A. Halim, N. Shaha, M.P. Rana and and M.J. Islam: Chowdhury, M.S.H., M.M. Rahman, M. Koike, Small-Scale Mehedi (Lawsonia inermis L.) Farming in the Central Bangladesh: A Promising NTFP-Based Rural Livelihood Outside the Forests. In: Small - Scale Forestry, Springer Netherlands. 9(1), 2010, p. 93 - 105 [henna body art, indigenous knowledge, NTFP, Mehedi, Bangladesh].

  • Muhammed, N., Oesten, G., von Detten, R., Masum, M.F.H. and Chakma, S: Livelihood pattern and Forest dependence of the major tribes in Rangamati, Bangladesh. In: Proceedings of the Shinshu University International Symposium 2010 on Sustainable Agriculture and Environment: Asian Network II. Japan: Shinshu University, 2010, p. 45 - 58 [Forest dependence, Livelihood, Tribal people, Bangladesh].

  • Muhammed N., M. Koike and F. Haque: Forest Policy and sustainable forest management in Bangladesh: an analysis from national and international perspectives. In: New Forests - an International Journal, Springer Link, USA. 36(2), 2008, p. 201 - 216 [policy, sustainability, Bangladesh, forest certification, criteria and indicators].

  • Muhammed, N., M. Koike, F. Haque and M. D. Miah: Quantitative assessment of people oriented forestry in Bangladesh: A case study on Tangail Forest Division. In: Journal of Environmental Management – Elsevier, USA. 88(1), 2008, p. 83 - 92 [Bangladesh, people-oriented forestry, sal forests, investment analysis].

  • Halim, M.A., M.S.H. Chowdhury, N. Muhammed, M. Rahman and M. Koike: Sap Production from Khejur Palm (Phoenix sylvestris) Husbandry: A Substantial Means of Seasonal Livelihood in Rural Bangladesh. In: Forests Trees and Livelihoods – an International Journal, The United Kingdom. 18(3), 2008, p. 305 - 318 [agroforestry, exudates, farmers, molasses, orchards, sap, tappers].

  • Chowdhury, M.S.H., M.A. Halim, N. Muhammed, F. Haque and M. Koike: Traditional utilization of wild date palm (Phoenix sylvestris) in rural Bangladesh: An approach to sustainable biodiversity management. In: Journal of Forestry Research, Springer Link, China. 19(3), 2008, p. 245 - 251 [Bangladesh, indigenous knowledge, molasses, khejur palm, tapping].

  • Muhammed, N., M. Koike, M.S.H. Chowdhury and F. Haque: The Profitability of Strip Plantations: A Case Study on Two Social Forest Divisions in Bangladesh. , Taylor & Francis Publishing, The USA (in Press). In: Journal of Sustainable Forestry . 30 (3), 2011, p. 1 - 20 [Strip plantation, Profitability, Bangladesh, participation.].

  • Miah, M.D., M.F.H. Masum., M. Koike., S. Akther and N. Muhammed : Environmental Kuznets Curve: the case of Bangladesh for waste emission and suspended particulate matter. In: The Environmentalist, SpringerLink. 31, 2011, p. 59 - 66 [climate change, greenhouse gas emission and Economic growth].

  • Chowdhury, M.S.H., K.M. Salahuddin, N. Saha, N. Muhammed, and M. Koike: Recreational Potential of Green Space in Polluted City: Visitor’s View on Baldah Garden of Dhaka, Bangladesh. In: Proceedinds paper: Abdullah, S.A., N. Ahmad, M.S. Othman, A.A. Kutty and Z.A. Rahman (eds.) 3rd regional Symposium on Environment and Natural Resources; Conservation for a Green Future. LESTARI, University of Kebangsaan, Malaysia . 2008, p. 255 - 273.

  • Muhammed, N., F. Haque and M. Koike: Agroforestry in Private land: a north-western Indian case study. In: Proceedings of the 3rd International Bioenergy Conference, Jyvaskyla, Finland. 2007, p. 293 - 301 [agroforestry, Poplar, India].

  • Muhammed, N., M. Koike, F. Haque, M.S.H. Chowdhury and. M.A. Halim: Assessment of Teak (Tectona grandis) timber sale and its associated price influencing factors: a case study on Sylhet forests of Bangladesh. In: International Journal of Sustainable Agricultural Technology. 3 (1), 2007, p. 42 - 48 [Teak, Price, Market, Sylhet, Distance].

  • Muhammed, N., M.T. Kamal, F. Haque, M.S.H. Chowdhury and M. Koike: A study on the Royal Bengal Tiger (Panthera tigris tigris) of the Sundarbans in Bangladesh with special reference to tiger-human conflict. In: Journal of Socio-economic Research and Development. 4(1), 2007, p. 86 - 91 [Tiger-Human conflict, Sundarbans, Tiger victimes, Tiger killing, Bangladesh].

  • Rana, M.A., T. Noguchi and N. Muhammed: Impact of Participatory Forest Management (PFM) on socio-economic development in Bangladesh- A case study in the Madhupur Sal forest. In: Journal of Forest Economics. 53(1), 2007, p. 46 - 56 [participatory forest management, local people, socio-economic development, Bangladesh].

  • Chowdhury, M.S.H., M.D. Miah, N. Muhammed, F. Haque, and M. Koike: Gender role in the daily life activities of the MRO tribe in Chittagong Hill Tracts in Bangladesh. In: Journal of Socioeconomic Research and Development. 4(1), 2007, p. 80 - 85 [MRO tribe, geneder responsibility, JHUM, Bangladesh, forest utilization].

  • Chowdhury, M.S.H., M. S. Uddin, F. Haque, N. Muhammed and M. Koike: Indigenous Management of Patipata (Schumannianthus dichotoma) Plantation in the Rural Homesteads of Bangladesh. In: Journal of Subtropical Agricultural Research and Development. 5(1), 2007, p. 202 - 207 [planting material, distribution, artificial regeneration, farmer, stems, cultural operation].

  • Chowdhury, M.S.H., S. Biswas, M.A. Halim, S.M.S. Haque, N. Muhammed and M. Koike: Comparative Analysis of Some Selected Macronutrients of Soil in Orange Orchard and Degraded Forests in Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh. In: Journal of Forestry Research, Springer Link. 18(1), 2007, p. 27 - 30 [Orange orchard; Bushy forests; Physical property, Slope; Chittagong Hill Tracts].

  • Chowdhury, M.S.H., M.A. Halim, M.D. Miah, N. Muhammed and M. Koike: Biodiversity Use through Harvesting Faunal Resources from Forest by the Mro Tribe in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh. In: International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management, Sapiens Publishing. 3(1), 2007, p. 56 - 62 [hunting, wildlife, dependence, hill forests, MRO, Bangladesh].

  • Chowdhury, M.S.H., M.A. Halim, S. Biswas, S.M.S. Haque, N. Muhammed and M. Koike: Comparative Evaluation of Physical Properties in Soils of Orange Orchard and Bushy Forest in Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh. In: Journal of Forestry Research, Springer Link. 18(3), 2007, p. 245 - 248 [orange orchard, bushy forests, physical property, slope, Chittagong Hill Tracts].

  • Muhammed, N., M.F.H. Masum., M.M. Hossain., S. Chakma. and G. Oesten: Economic dependence of rural people on homestead forestry in Mymensingh, Bangladesh (Submitted). In: Journal of Forestry Research, Springer Publishing. 2011, [economic dependence, homestead, Bangladesh, forestry].

  • Muhammed, N., M.M. Hossain., M.F.H. Masum., S. Chakma., G. Oesten. and R. von Detten. : Conflict and Corollaries on Forest and Indigenous People: Experience from Bangladesh (in press). In: Sustainable Forest Management (Book 2). ISBN 979-953-307-702-3.. (Ed. J.J. Diez) Croatia: Intech Open access publisher , 2011, [Conflict resolution, indigenous people, forests, Bangladesh].

  • Miah, M.D., S.Chakma, M. Koike and N.Muhammed: Contribution of forests to the livelihood of the Chakma community in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh DOI 10.1007/s10310-011-0317-y. In: Journal of Forest Research. Springer. 2011, [forest degradation, forest products, household Income].

Nautiyal, Prof. Dr. Sunil

Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC), India
Field of research: Agriculture, agricultural science
Host: Dr. Rüdiger Schaldach Universität Kassel
  • Sunil Nautiyal and Harald Kaechele: Adverse impact of pasture abandonment in Himalayas of India: Testing efficiency of a natural resource management plan (NRMP). In: Environmental Impact Assessment Review . 27, 2007, p. 109 - 125 [Natural Resource Management Plan (NRMP), Conservation, Landscape Change, Protected Areas, Remote Sensing, Vegetation dynamics].

  • Sunil Nautiyal and Harald Kaechele: Conservation of crop diversity for sustainable landscape development in the mountains of the Indian Himalayan region. In: Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal. 18, 2007, p. 514 - 530 [Crops, Sustainable Development, India].

  • Sunil Nautiyal, H. Kaechele, K.S. Rao, R.K. Maikhuri, K.G. Saxena : Energy and economic analysis of traditional versus introduced crops cultivation in the mountains of the Indian Himalayas: A case study . In: Energy. 32, 2007, p. 2321 - 2335 [Energy, Economics, Land use, Traditional crops, Introduced crops, Sustainable land-use development, Mountains, Himalaya ].

  • Sunil Nautiyal, Harald Kaechele: Conserving the Himalayan forests: approaches and implications of different conservation regimes. In: Biodiversity and Conservation. 16, 2007, p. 3737 - 3754 [Forests, Diversity, Conservation regimes, Empirical study, Land cover, Management, Sustainable development, Remote sensing, Himalaya].

  • Sunil Nautiyal and H. Kaechele: A modeling approach for natural resource management in nature protection areas in the Indian Himalayan region . In: Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal . 19, 2008, p. 335 - 352 [Environmental management, India, Sustainable development, Modelling ].

  • Sunil Nautiyal, H. Kaechele: Fuel switching from wood to LPG can benefit the environment. In: Environmental Impact Assessment Review . 28, 2008, p. 523 - 532 [Himalaya; Forests; Environment; Conservation; Hotspot; Innovation; Solutions; Sustainable development].

  • Sunil Nautiyal, H.Kaechele, K.S. Rao, R.K. Maikhuri: An economic evaluation of introduced crops cultivation in a part of the Indian Himalayan region. In: the Botanica. 57, 2009, p. 102 - 106 [Introduced crops; Tomato; Bell pepper; Land use; Himalaya ].

  • Sunil Nautiyal, H. Kaechele: Natural resource management in a protected area of Indian Himalaya: A modeling approach for anthropogenic interactions on ecosystems. In: Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 153, 2009, p. 253 - 271 [Mountain ecosystems, Human behaviors, Sustainable development ].

  • Sunil Nautiyal: Research approach to understand the anthropogenic interactions on ecosystem: Testing the efficiency of conservation policies. In: Hima Paryavaran. 20, 2008, p. 9 - 10 [Conservation, Natural Resource Management, Biodiversity, Policies].

  • Sunil Nautiyal, K.S.Rao, H.Kaechele, P.Zander: Conceptual model development for landscape management in the mountains of the Indian Himalayan region: an approach for sustainable socio-ecological development. In: Landscape Online, Journal of International Association of Landscape Ecology. . 18, 2010, p. 1 - 19 [Integrated interdisciplinary modeling; Tradeoffs; Sustainable development; Himalayas].

  • Sunil Nautiyal. R.R. Nidamanuri: Conserving biodiversity in protected areas of biodiversity hotspot in India: a case study. . In: International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences . 36, 2010, p. 195 - 200 [Biodiversity hotspots, Indigenous people, Socio-economy, Nagarahole National Park, Remote sensing, GIS, Vegetation dynamics, Landscape change ].

  • Sunil Nautiyal (Ed): Climate Change: Data Requirement and Availability. ISEC: ISEC-MoSPI, 2009, 188 pp. [Climate Change; Data Availability; Land Use Land Cover; Conservation; Management; GHGs].

  • Sunil Nautiyal (Ed): Ecological Economics: An Approach towards Socioeconomic and Environmental Sustainability. ISEC: ISEC-NIE, 2010, 383 pp. [Ecological Economics; Ecosystem Services; Resource Dynamics; Sustainable Resource Use; Socioeconomic Development; Landscape Development].

  • H. Kaechele, Sunil Nautiyal: From Thaer and Thünen until Today: Past and Future of Agricultural Landscape Use in Germany. In: Natural Resources . 1(2), 2010, p. 57 - 68 [Agricultural Landscape; Energy Efficiency; Sustainable Agriculture; Technological Development; Climate Change ].

  • Sunil Nautiyal: Can conservation and development interventions in the Indian Central Himalaya ensure environmental sustainability? A socioecological evaluation. . In: Sustainability Science . 6(2), 2011, p. 151 - 167 [Solutions. Innovations. Diffusion. Sustainable development. Rural complexity. Rural area. Himalaya].

  • Sunil Nautiyal: Nautiyal, Sunil (2011). Plant Biodiversity and Its Conservation in Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC) Campus, Bangalore: A Case Study. In: Journal of Biodiversity. 2(1), 2011, p. 9 - 26 [Academic Institutions. Plant Biodiversity Conservation. Ecological Regions. Endangered Species. Landscape Development. In-Situ and Ex-Situ Conservation].

  • Sunil Nautiyal, RK Maikhuri, KS Rao, KG Saxena: Livelihood and Natural Resources is Asian Cold Desert: A case study from selected villages in Central Himalaya, India. In: Global Change, Biodiversity and Livelihoods in Cold Desert Region of Asia. (Ed. K.G. Saxena, Luohui Liang, Xian Xue) India: Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehradun , 2011, p. 161 - 176 [Cold Desert, Climate Change, Sustainable Development, Village Ecosystem ].

  • Sunil Nautiyal: Macro to micro Viewpoint of Climate Change- Linking Karnataka to Global Issue. In: Natural Resources. 2, 2010, p. 22 - 27 [Agricultural Landscape, Energy Efficiency, Sustainable Agriculture, Technological Development, Climate Change].

  • H. Kaechele, T.S. Babu, T. Kutter, K. Specht, Sunil Nautiyal, K. Mueller, K.V. Raju : Confronting the climate change challenge: discussing the role of rural India under cumulative emission budget approach. . In: Environmental Science and Policy . 14, 2011, p. 1103 - 1112 [2 8C guard rail, Emission trade, WBGU, Rural poor, Low carbon growth, Decarbonization].

  • Sunil Nautiyal: Public Expenditure and Strategies for Sustainable Management of Environment and Forest Ecosystems in Karnataka. India: Institute for Social and Economic Change Monograph 27 (ISBN 81-7791-126-0). , 2012, 94+xi pp. [Conservation, Management, Forest Ecosystems, Environment, Sustainable Development ].

  • Sunil Nautiyal, R.R. Nidamanuri : Ecological and socioeconomic impacts of conservation policies in biodiversity hotspots: a case study from Rajiv Gandhi National Park, India. In: Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences . 2(2), 2012, p. 165 - 177 [Conservation policy; Sustainable livelihood; Science-policy interface; Remote sensing; Vegetation dynamics; NRM].

  • Sunil Nautiyal: Knowledge Systems of Societies for Adaptation and Mitigation of Impacts of Climate Change, Environmental Science and Engineering, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-36143-2_1, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Germany: Springer, 2013, 720 pp. [Carbon Budgeting; Climate Change; Ecology; Socio-Ecological Development; Sustainable Development ].

  • R. L. Semwal, Sunil Nautiyal, R.K. Maikhuri, K.S. Rao, K.G. Saxena : Growth and carbon stocks of multipurpose tree species plantations in degraded lands in Central Himalaya, India. . In: Forest Ecology and Management . 310, 2013, p. 450 - 459 [afforestation, carbon sequestration, peoples’ participation, soil, Himalaya].

  • Sunil Nautiyal: A Transition from Wood Fuel to LPG and Its Impact on Energy Conservation and Health in the Central Himalayas, India. . In: Journal of Mountain Science Springer . 10, 2013, p. 898 - 912 [Himalaya; Energy Conservation; Fuelwood and LPG Transition; Health; Indoor Air Pollution; Social, Ecological and Environmental development].

  • Sunil Nautiyal : Biodiversity of Semiarid Landscape: Baseline Study for Understanding the Impact of Human Development on Ecosystems. Germany: Springer International Publishing Switzerland, ISBN: 978-3-319-15463-3. , 2015, 398+xxii pp. [Biodiversity, Semi-Arid Landscape, Conservation, IUCN, CITES, IWPA, RS and GIS, Karnataka, India].

Nour, Prof. Dr. Abd El Aziz Mousa

Alexandria University, Egypt
Field of research: Agriculture, agricultural science
Host: Prof. Dr. Hansjörg Abel Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • M.M. Gaber, M.A., Zaki, A.M. Nour, and M. Salem.: Amino Acid Requirements of Gilthead Bream (Sparus aurata) Juveniles. In: World Journal of Engineering and Technology. 4, 2015, p. 18 - 24 [Gilthead Bream, Juveniles, Amino acid, Requirement.].

  • M.M. Gaber, M. Salem , M.A. Zaki, and A.M. Nour .: Amino Acid Requirements of Gilthead Bream (Sparus aurata) Juveniles. In: World Journal of Engineering and Technology,. 4, 2016, p. 18 - 24 [Amino Acid Requirements, Gilthead Bream, Whole Body, Tissues].

  • M.M Gaber., E.M. Labib, E.A. Omar, M.A.Zaki, A.M. Nour. : Effect of Partially Replacing Corn Meal by wet date on Growth Performance in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) Fingerlings, Diets supplemented with Digestarom . In: Journal on Geoscience and Environment Protection, . 2, 2014, p. 60 - 67 [Nile tilapia;;Wet Date;;Digestarom].

  • M.M. Gaber,E.M. Labib, E.A. Omar, M.A.Zaki and A.M. Nour. : Effect of Partially Replacing Corn Meal by Date Stone on Growth Performance in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) Fingerlings, Diets supplemented with majoram, Greener Journal of agricultural Sciences Vol. 4 (1), pp.001-008. In: Greener Journal of Agricultural Sciences . 4, 2014, p. 1 - 8 [Nile tilapia, date stone, Marjoram. ].

  • E.A. Elwakeel,R.G. Amachawadi, A.M. Nour, M.E.A. Nassar, T.G. Nagaraja, and E.C. Titgemeyer.: In vitro degradation of lysine by ruminal fluid-based fermentations and by Fusobacterium necrophorum. In: J. Dairy Sci... 96, 2013, p. 495 - 505 [ Rumen ,Bacteria,Fusobacterium necrophorum, lysine degradation ].

  • M.A. Zaki, M.A., E.M. Labib, A.M. Nour , H.D. Tonsy , and S.H. Mahmoud,.: Effect Some Medicinal Plants Diets on Mono Sex Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus), Growth Performance, Feed Utilization and Physiological Parameters. In: APCBEE Procedia. 4, 2012, p. 220 - 227 [Nile tilapia; Fenugreek; Eucalyptus; Pepper; Thyme; Chamomile; performances ].

  • M.M.Gaber,E.A.Omar, E.A., Labib, E.H., Zaki, M.A. and A.M. Nour, A.M . : Effect of Partially Replacing Corn Meal by Date Stone on Growth Performance in Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) Fingerlings, Diets Supplemented with Digestarom . In: Open Access Scientific Reports. 1, 2012, p. 484 - 490 [Nile tilapia; Date stone; Digestarom® ].

  • M.M. Gaber, E.A.Omar, M. Abdel-Rahim, A.M. Nour,M.A. Zaki and T.M. Srour . : Effects of Stocking Density and Water Exchange Rates on Growth Performance of Tiger Shrimp, Penaeus Semisulcatus Cultured in Earthen Ponds. In: J. Aquacult. Res.& Dev. . 3, 2012, p. 152 [Green tiger shrimp; Stocking density; Water exchange rate].

  • E.A. Elwakeel, E.C. Titgemeyer, Z.J. Cheng, A.M. Nour, and M.E.A. Nasser. : In Vitro assessment of the nutritive value of expanded soybean meal for dairy cattle. In: J. Anim. Sci. Biotechnol. 3, 2012, p. 10 [Digestibility, Escape, Lysine, Protein, Rumen].

  • E.A. Elwakeel, E.C. Titgemeyer, Z.J. Cheng, A.M. Nour, and M.E.A. Nasser. : In Vitro assessment of the nutritive value of expanded soybean meal for dairy cattle. In: J. Anim. Sci. Biotechnol. 3, 2012, p. 10 [Digestibility, Escape, Lysine, Protein, Rumen].

  • E.A. Elwakeel, E.C. Titgemeyer, B.R. Faris, D.W. Brake, A.M. Nour, and M.E.A. Nasser. : Hydroxymethyl lysine is a source of bioavailable lysine for ruminants. In: J. Anim. Sci.. 90, 2012, p. 3898 - 3904 [ availability, degradation, hydroxymethyl lysine, lysine, rumen].

Nukenine, Prof. Dr. Elias N.

Universite de Ngaoundere, Cameroon
Field of research: Agriculture, agricultural science
Host: Dr. Cornel S. Adler Julius Kühn-Institut - Bundesforschungsinstitut für Kulturpflanzen (JKI)
  • Elias Nchiwan Nukenine, Cornel Adler and Christoph Reichmuth: Bioactivity of fenchone and Plectranthus glandulosus oil against Prostephanus truncatus and two strains of Sitophilus zeamais. In: Journal of Applied Entomology . 134, 2010, p. 132 - 141 [Stored Product Protection, Agriculture, Botanicals].

  • Elias Nchiwan Nukenine, Cornel Adler and Christoph Reichmuth: Efficacy of Clausena anisata and Plectranthus glandulosus leaf powder against Prostephanus truncatus (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) and two strains of Sitophilus zeamais (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) on maize. In: Journal of Pest Science . 83, 2010, p. 181 - 191 [Agriculture, Stored Product Protection, Botanicals].

  • Elias Nchiwan Nukenine, Cornel Adler and Christoph Reichmuth: . Efficacy evaluation of plant powders from Cameroon as post-harvest grain protectants against the infestation of Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). In: Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection . 114, 2007, p. 30 - 36 [Agriculture, Stored Product Protection, Botanicals, Entomology].

  • Elias Nchiwan NUKENINE, Florence Pagou CHOUKA, Michael Boboh VABI, Christoph REICHMUTH and Cornel ADLER: Comparative toxicity of four local botanical powders to Sitophilus zeamais and influence of drying regime and particle size on insecticidal efficacy. In: International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences. 7, 2013, p. 1313 - 1325.

Obradovic, Dr. Aleksa

University of Belgrade, Serbia
Field of research: Phytomedicine
Host: Dr. Klaus Rudolph Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Aleksa Obradovic, Jones J.B., Minsavage G.V., Dickstein E.R., Momol T.M.: A leaf spot and blight of greenhouse tomato seedlings incited by a Herbaspirillum species. In: Plant Disease. 91, 2007, p. 886 - 890.

  • Jones J. B., Jackson L. E., Balogh B., Aleksa Obradovic, Iriarte F. B., Momol M. T.: Bacteriophages for plant disease control. In: Annual Review of Phytopathology. 45, 2007, p. 245 - 262.

Ofuya, Prof. Dr. Thomas I.

Wellspring University, Nigeria
Field of research: Phytomedicine
Host: Dr. Cornel S. Adler Julius Kühn-Institut - Bundesforschungsinstitut für Kulturpflanzen (JKI)
  • Thomas I. Ofuya: The Potentials For Using Agricultural Plant Residues In Control of Insect Infestation In Stored Products. In: Building a Non-Oil Export Based Economy for Nigeria: The Potential of Value-Added Products from Agricultural Residues. (Ed. Simeon O. Jekayinfa) Göttingen: Cuvillier, 2012, p. 279 - 284.

Ogundari, Dr. Kolawole

University of Delaware, United States of America
Field of research: Agriculture, agricultural science
Host: Prof. Dr. Awudu Abdulai Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
  • Kolawole Ogundari; Awudu Abdulai: Examining the Heterogeneity in Calorie-Income Elasticities: A meta-analysis. In: Food Policy. 40, 2013, p. 119 - 128 [calorie, income elasticity, ].

  • Kolawole Ogundari;Sadiat. F. Arifalo : Determinants of household demand for fresh fruit and vegetable in Nigeria: A double hurdle approach. In: Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture. 52, 2013, p. 199 - 216 [Vegetable, Fruit, Double hurdle, Nigeria].

  • Kolawole Ogundari: A Note on Socio-Economic Characteristics and Demand for Beverages in Nigeria: Does Income matter?. In: Economic Analysis and Policy. 43, 2013, p. 293 - 301 [Beverages, income elasticity, Nigeria].

  • Kolawole Ogundari: Demand for Quality versus Quantity in Beef, Chicken and Fish consumption among households in Nigeria. In: Revista de Economia e Agronegócio/Brazilian Review of Economics and Agribusiness(http://www.economia-aplicada.ufv.br/revista/edicoes_2012_vol10_n1.php). 10, 2012, p. 29 - 50 [Engel curve, demand, meat, elasticity, Nigeria].

  • Kolawole Ogundari; Adebayo. B. Aromolaran: Impact of education on household welfare in Nigeria. In: International Economic Journal, Vol. 28(2): 345-364 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10168737.2013.811279. 28, 2014, p. 345 - 364 [education, welfare, household, Nigeria].

  • Kolawole Ogundari: The relationship between the shares of Nutrient consumed across selected food groups and Income in Nigeria: A short-run demand system. In: Journal of Economic Studies;http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=17100757. 41, 2014, p. 101 - 122 [short-run, nutrient, elasticity, Engel curve, Nigeria].

  • Kolawole Ogundari;Awudu Abdulai: Determinants of Household’s Education and Healthcare Spending in Nigeria: Evidence from Survey Data. In: African Development Review, Vol. 26, No. 1, 2014, 1–14. 26, 2014, p. 1 - 14 [Education, Health, Expenditure, elasticity, Engel curve, Nigeria].

  • Kolawole Ogundari;Adegoke Oluwatosin Aladejimokun;Sadiat Funmilayo Arifalo: HOUSEHOLD DEMAND FOR FOOD AWAY FROM HOME (FAFH) IN NIGERIA: THE ROLE OF EDUCATION. In: T h e J o u rn a l o f D ev elo p in g A r ea s. 49, 2015, p. 247 - 262 [food away from home, expenditure, double hurdle, Engel curve, Nigeria].

Ogunji, Prof. Dr. Johnny Onyema

Federal University Ndufu Alike Ikwo, Nigeria
Field of research: Fisheries science, fisheries studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Carsten Schulz Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
  • Johnny Ogunji Jorge Nimptsch, Claudia Wiegand Carsten Schulz : Evaluation of the influence of housefly maggot meal (magmeal) diets on catalase, glutathione S-transferase and glycogen concentration in the liver of Oreochromis niloticus fingerling. In: Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A . 147, 2007, p. 942 - 947 [Aquaculture, Fish Nutrition, Fisheries Science, Alternative Protein Sources].

  • Carsten Schulz, M. Wickert, C. Kijora, Johnny Ogunji, B.Rennert, : Evaluation of pea protein isolate as alternative protein source in diets for juvenile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus). In: Aquaculture Research . 38, 2007, p. 537 - 545 [Altrenative feed Stuff, Tilapia, Pea protein Isolate ].

  • Johnny Onyema Ogunji, Rahat-Ul-Ain Summan Toor, Carsten Schulz, Werner Kloas: Growth Performance, Nutrient Utilization of Nile Tilapia Oreochromis Niloticus Fed Housefly Maggot Meal (Magmeal) Diets. In: Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 8, 2008, p. 141 - 147.

  • Ogunji, J. O., Osuigwe, D. I., Okogwu, O. and Uwadiegwu, N. : Response of African Catfish, Clarias gariepinus; Burchell 1822 to diets of pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan) Subjected to different processing methods. In: Journal of World Aquaculture Society (JWAS). 39 (2), 2008, p. 215 - 224 [Cajanus Cajan, alternative protein sources, pigeon pea].

  • Ogunji, J.O., Kloas, W., Wirth, M., Schulz, C. and Rennert, B. : Housefly maggot meal (magmeal) as a protein source for Oreochromis niloticus (Linn.). In: Asian Fisheries Science 21:319 – 331 . 21, 2008, p. 319 - 331 [Magmeal, Fish Meal, Alternative Protein Sources, Tilapia].

  • Schulz, C., Huberts, M., Ogunji, J. and Rennert, B. : Effects of varying dietary protein to lipid ratios on growth performance and body composition of juvenile pike perch (Sander lucioperca). In: Aquaculture Nutrition. 13, 2007, p. 1 - 8 [Pike perch, Growth performance, body composition].

  • Ogunji, J. O., Kloas, W., Wirth, M., Neumann, N. and Pietsch, C. : Effect of Housefly Maggot Meal (Magmeal) diets on the Concentration of Plasma Glucose, Cortisol and Blood characteristics of Oreochromis niloticus fingerlings. In: Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition. 92, 2008, p. 511 - 518 [Magmeal, Tilapia, Heamatology].

  • Johnny Onyema Ogunji: Fish Consumption: A Paradox of Good Health. In: Fish Consumption and Health . (Ed. George P. Gagne and Richard H. Medrano) New York.: Nova Science Publisers Inc, 2009, p. 77 - 92 [Safe Fish Production, Heavy Metals, Fatty acid, Aquaculture].

Oguntunde, Dr. Philip Gbenro

Federal University of Technology, Nigeria
Field of research: Forest hydrology
Host: Prof. Dr. Gunnar Lischeid Leibniz-Zentrum für Agrarlandschaftsforschung (ZALF) e. V.
  • Philip Gbenro Oguntunde, Babatunde Joseph Abiodun, Gunnar Lischeid : Rainfall trends in Nigeria, 1901-2000. In: Journal of Hydrology. 411, 2011, p. 207 - 218 [Rainfall, Monotonic trend, Periodicity, Variability index, Nigeria].

  • Philip Gbenro Oguntunde, Babatunde Joseph Abiodun, Gunnar Lischeid : Spatial and temporal temperature trends in Nigeria, 1901-2000. In: Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics. 118, 2012, p. 95 - 105 [Temperature trends, Change point, Periodicity, ENSO, Nigeria].

  • Philip Gbenro Oguntunde, Babatunde Joseph Abiodun: The impact of climate change on the Niger River Basin hydroclimatology, West Africa. In: Climate Dynamics. 40, 2013, p. 81 - 94 [Climate change, Niger River Basin, Hydroclimatology, Water balance, Moisture recycling ratios].

Onyekwelu, Prof. Dr. Jonathan C.

Federal University of Technology, Nigeria
Field of research: Forestry, forest science
Host: Prof. Dr. Reinhard Mosandl Technische Universität München
  • Jonathan C. Onyekwelu, Olawole J. Fayose: Tree species diversity and soil status of two natural forest ecosystems in lowland humid tropical rainforest region of Nigeria. In: Tropentag, 2007,Witzenhausen Germany: Utilisation of diversity in land use systems:Sustainable and organic approaches to meet human needs . 2007, p. 1 - 4 [Degraded forest, primary forest, regeneration, species diversity, species evenness, species richness, tropical rainforest ecosystem].

  • 12. Onyekwelu, J.C., Mosandl, R. and Stimm, B. : Tree species diversity and soil status of primary and degraded tropical rainforest ecosystems in South-Western Nigeria. In: Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 193 – 204. 20 (3):, 2008, p. 193 - 204 [Forest degradation, species diversity index, species richness, species evenness, soil properties, conservation measures].

  • Jonathan C. Onyekwelu, A. O. Adeniji, D. M. Sanni: Transforming Waste to Wealth: Gmelina Arborea Fruit-Pulp Potentials for Ethanol Production as Biofuel Resource. In: Building a Non-Oil Export Based Economy for Nigeria: The Potential of Value-Added Products from Agricultural Residues. (Ed. Simeon O. Jekayinfa) Göttingen: Cuvillier, 2012, p. 9 - 18 [Gmelina arborea, fruit pulp, Ethanol yield, Biofuel, plantation, fermentation agent].

  • Jonathan C. Onyekwelu, Reinhard Mosandl and Stimm Bernd: Effect of land-use systems and seasonal variation on microbial biomass and population in tropical rainforest soils. In: Nigerian Journal of Forestry. 40, 2010, p. 60 - 68.

  • Jonathan C. Onyekwelu: Soil microbial biomass and population in response to seasonal variation and age in Gmelina arborea plantations. In: Journal of Forestry Research. 23, 2012, p. 253 - 260.

  • Jonathan C. Onyekwelu, Oyewale, Olufunmilola., Bernd Stimm and Reinhard Mosandl: Antioxidant, Nutritional and Anti-Nutritional Composition of Garcinia kola and Chrysophyllum albidum from Rainforest Ecosystem of Ondo State, Nigeria. In: Proceedings of the 34th annual conference of Forestry Association of Nigeria. 2, 2011, p. 432 - 437.

  • Jonathan C. Onyekwelu and Bernd Stimm : Chrysophyllum albidum. In: Enzyklopädie der Holzgewächse, . (Ed. P. Schütt, P., H. Weisgerber, U. Lang, A. Roloff and B Stimm B.) Munich, Germany: Wiley publishers, 2011, p. 12.

Palocz-Andresen, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael

UCS Umweltconsulting, Germany
Field of research: Pollution control engineering
Host: Prof. Dr. Manfred Engshuber Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg
  • Michael Palocz-Andresen: Decreasing Fuel Consumption and Exhaust Gas Emissions in Transportation; Sensing, Control and Reduction of Emissions. Springer, 2013, 318 pp.

Pathak, Dr. Himanshu

Indian Agricultural Research Institute, India
Field of research: Soil science
Host: Dr. Reiner Waßmann Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe (FZK)
  • Kundu, S., Bhattacharyya, R. Ved Prakash, Gupta, H.S., Pathak, H. and Ladha, J.K. : Long-term yield trend and sustainability of rainfed soybean¿wheat system through farmyard manure application in a sandy loam soil of the Indian Himalayas. In: Biol. Ferti. Soil. 43, 2007, p. 271 - 280 [Long-term experiment, Soybean-wheat system, Rainfed cropping, Farmyard manure, Yield sustainability, Soil fertility].

Qadir, Prof. Dr. Manzoor

United Nations University, Canada
Field of research: Agriculture, agricultural science
Host: Prof. Dr. Sven Schubert Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen
  • Qadir, M., B.R. Sharma, A. Bruggeman, R. Choukr-Allah, and F. Karajeh. : Non-conventional water resources and opportunities for water augmentation to achieve food security in water scarce countries. In: Agricultural Water Management . 87, 2007, p. 2 - 22.

  • Qadir, M., S. Schubert, D. Badia, B.R. Sharma, A.S. Qureshi, and G. Murtaza. : Amelioration and nutrient management strategies for sodic and alkali soils. In: CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources . 2 (021) , 2007, p. 1 - 13.

  • Qadir, M., J.D. Oster, S. Schubert, A.D. Noble, and K.L. Sahrawat. : Phytoremediation of sodic and saline-sodic soils. In: Advances in Agronomy . 96, 2007, p. 197 - 247.

  • Vyshpolsky, F., M. Qadir, A. Karimov, K. Mukhamedjanov, U. Bekbaev, R. Paroda, A. Aw-Hassan and F. Karajeh. : Enhancing the productivity of high-magnesium soil and water resources through the application of phosphogypsum in Central Asia. In: Land Degradation & Development . 19, 2008, p. 45 - 56.

  • Qadir, M., A.S. Qureshi, and S.A.M. Cheraghi. .: Extent and characterization of salt-affected soils in Iran and strategies for their amelioration and management. In: Land Degradation & Development . 19, 2008, p. 214 - 227.

  • Qadir, M., A. Tubeileh, J. Akhtar, A. Larbi, P.S. Minhas, and M.A. Khan. : Productivity enhancement of salt-affected environments through crop diversification. In: Land Degradation & Development . 19, 2008, p. 429 - 453.

  • Saifullah, A. Ghafoor, and M. Qadir.: Lead phytoextraction by wheat in response to the EDTA application method. In: International Journal of Phytoremediation . 11, 2009, p. 268 - 282.

  • Qadir, M., A.D. Noble, A.S. Qureshi, R.K. Gupta, T. Yuldashev, A. Karimov. : Salt-induced land and water degradation in the Aral Sea basin: A challenge to sustainable agriculture in Central Asia. In: Natural Resources Forum . 33, 2009, p. 134 - 149.

  • Saifullah, E. Meers, M. Qadir, P. de Caritat, F.M.G. Tack, G. Du Laing, and M.H. Zia. : EDTA-assisted Pb phytoextraction. In: Chemosphere . 74, 2009, p. 1279 - 1291.

  • Karimov, A., M. Qadir, A. Noble, F. Vyshpolsky, and K. Anzelm.: The development of magnesium-dominant soils under irrigated agriculture in southern Kazakhstan. In: Pedosphere . 19, 2009, p. 331 - 343.

  • Qadir, M., A. Bahri, T. Sato, and E. Al-Karadsheh. : Wastewater production, treatment, and irrigation in Middle East and North Africa. In: Irrigation and Drainage Systems . 24, 2010, p. 37 - 51.

  • Qadir, M., D. Wichelns, L. Raschid-Sally, P.G. McCornick, P. Drechsel, A. Bahri, and P.S. Minhas. : The challenges of wastewater irrigation in developing countries. In: Agricultural Water Management . 97, 2010, p. 561 - 568.

  • Bezborodov, G.A., D. K. Shadmanov, R.T. Mirhashimov, T. Yuldashev, A.S. Qureshi, A.D. Noble, and M. Qadir. : Mulching and water quality effects on soil salinity and sodicity dynamics and cotton productivity in Central Asia. In: Agriculture, Ecosystem and Environment . 138, 2010, p. 95 - 102.

  • Cullu M.A., S. Aydemir, M. Qadir, A. Almaca, A.R. Ozturkmen, A. Bilgic, and N. Agca. : Implications of groundwater fluctuation on seasonal salt dynamics in soils of the Harran Plain, southeastern Turkey. In: Irrigation and Drainage . 59, 2010, p. 465 - 476.

  • Wakeel, A., M. Farooq, M. Qadir, and S. Schubert.: Potassium substitution by sodium in plants. In: Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences . 30, 2011, p. 401 - 413.

  • Grangier, C., M. Qadir, and M. Singh. : Health implications for children in wastewater-irrigated peri-urban Aleppo, Syria. In: Water Quality, Exposure and Health . 4 (4), 2012, p. 187 - 195.

  • Evans, A.E.V., M.A. Hanjra, Y. Jiang, M. Qadir, P. Drechsel. : Water quality: Assessment of the current situation in Asia. In: International Journal of Water Resources Development . 28 (2), 2012, p. 195 - 216.

  • Oster, J.D., J. Letey, P. Vaughan, L. Wu, and M. Qadir. : Comparison of transient state models that include salinity and matric stress effects on plant yield. In: Agricultural Water Management . 103, 2012, p. 167 - 175.

  • Qadir, M., A.D. Noble, and C. Chartres.: Adapting to climate change through improving water productivity of soils in dry areas. In: Land Degradation and Development . 24, 2013, p. 12 - 21.

  • Sato, T., M. Qadir, S. Yamamoto, T. Endo, and A. Zahoor. : Global, regional, and country level need for data on wastewater generation, treatment, and reuse. In: Agricultural Water Management . 130, 2013, p. 1 - 13.

  • Qadir, M., E. Quillérou, V. Nangia, G. Murtaza, M. Singh, R.J. Thomas, P. Drechsel, and A.D. Noble.: Economics of salt-induced land degradation and restoration. In: Natural Resources Forum . 38, 2014, p. 282 - 295.

  • Wichelns, D., and M. Qadir. : Achieving sustainable irrigation requires effective management of salts, soil salinity, and shallow groundwater. In: Agricultural Water Management . 157, 2015, p. 31 - 38.

  • Rameshwaran, P., M. Qadir, R. Ragab, A. Arslan, G.A. Majid, and K. Abdallah. : Tolerance of faba bean, chickpea and lentil to salinity: Accessions’ salinity response functions. In: Irrigation and Drainage . 65, 2016, p. 49 - 60.

  • Qadir, M. : Reversing salt-induced land degradation requires integrated measures. In: Water Economics and Policy . 2, 2016, p. 1 - 8.

  • Dickin, S.K., C.J. Schuster-Wallace, M. Qadir, and K. Pizzacalla. : A review of health risks and pathways for exposure to wastewater use in agriculture. In: Environmental Health Perspectives . 124, 2016, p. 900 - 909.

  • Murtaza, G., W. Javed, A. Hussain, M. Qadir, and M. Aslam.: Soil applied zinc and copper suppress cadmium uptake and improve the performance of cereals and legumes. In: International Journal of Phytoremediation . 19, 2017, p. 199 - 206.

  • Drechsel, P., M. Qadir, and D. Wichelns.: Wastewater: Economic Asset in an Urbanizing World. 282 pp. Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Springer Science+Business Media , 2015, 282 pp.

  • Qadir, M., D. Wichelns, J.D. Oster, S.-E. Jacobsen, S.M.A. Basra, and R. Choukr-Allah (Editors): Sustainable Management of Saline Water and Salt-affected Soils: Proceedings of the Second Bridging Workshop, 15-18 November 2009, ICARDA, Aleppo, Syria. Aleppo, Syria.: ICARDA, 2010, 109 pp.

  • Qadir, M (Editor): Sustainable Management of Wastewater for Agriculture: Proceedings of the First Bridging Workshop, 11-15 November 2007, Aleppo, Syria. ICARDA and IWMI, 2008, 133 pp.

  • Al-Oudat, M., and M. Qadir.: The Halophytic Flora of Syria. Aleppo, Syria: ICARDA, 2011, 186 pp.

Saha, Dr. Chayan Kumer

Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh
Field of research: Agricultural engineering
Host: Prof. Dr. Reiner Brunsch Leibniz-Institut für Agrartechnik Potsdam-Bornim (ATB)
  • A. Fiedler; C.K. Saha, C. Ammon, T. Amon, W. Berg, C. Loebsin, P. Sanftleben. : Spatial distribution of airflow and CO2 concentration in a naturally ventilated dairy barn. In: Proceedings of the 7th International conference on environmental engineering and management: Integration challenges for sustainability: Conference Abstracts Book. (Ed. Adela Marilena Buburuzan, Brindusa Mihaela Robu, Carmen Teodosiu) "George Asachi" Technical University of Iasi, Romania. : PLOTEHNIUM Publishing house, 2013, p. 39 - 40 [Natural ventilation, air exchange rate, spatial distribution, CO2].

  • C.K. Saha, M. Fiedler, W. Berg, C. Loebsin, C. Ammon, T. Amon : Uncertainty in calculating air exchange rate of naturally ventilated dairy buildings based on point concentrations. In: Proceedings of the 7th International conference on environmental engineering and management: Integration challenges for sustainability: Conference Abstracts Book. . (Ed. Adela Marilena Buburuzan, Brindusa Mihaela Robu, Carmen Teodosiu) "George Asachi" Technical University of Iasi, Romania. : PLOTEHNIUM Publishing house, , 2013, p. 45 - 46 [Uncertainty, air exchange rate, dairy building, concentration, emission].

  • Merike Fiedler, Knut Schröter, Andreas Reinhardt, Chayan Saha, Christiane Loebsin, Werner Berg, Thomas Amon: Wind tunnel investigations on a naturally ventilated barn. In: Landtechnik. 68, 2013, p. 265 - 268 [Ventilation, wind tunnel, air flow, barn climate].

  • Chayan Kumer Saha: Modelling of airflow in a naturally ventilated dairy barn. In: Networking Guide-Kontakte knüpfen im Humboldt-Netzwerk. Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung, 2013, p. 269 - 270 [CFD modelling, Natural ventilation, air velocity, livestock building, turbulence intensity].

  • C. K. Saha, A. Fiedler, T. Amon, W. Berg, B. Amon, R. Brunsch: Assessing effects of different opening combinations on airflow pattern and air exchange rate of a naturally ventilated dairy building - A CFD approach. In: In Proceedings of International Conference of Agricultural Engineering AgEng 2014. Zurich, 2014, p. 1 - 8 [Ventilation, CFD, model, cow building].

  • A. Fiedler, J. Fischer, S. Hempel, C. K. Saha, C. Loebsin, W. Berg, B. Amon, R. Brunsch, T. Amon, : Flow fields within a dairy barn - Measurements, physical modelling and numerical simulation. In: Proceedings of International Conference of Agricultural Engineering AgEng 2014. Zurich, 2014, p. 1 - 8 [flow-field, CFD, wind-tunnel, natural ventilation].

  • Chayan Kumer Saha, Merike Fiedler, Christian Ammon, Werner Berg, Christiane Loebsin, Barbara Amon, Thomas Amon: Uncertainty in calculating air exchange rate of naturally ventilated dairy building based on point concentrations. In: Environmental Engineering and Management Journal. 13, 2014, p. 2349 - 2355 [Air exchange rate, air velocity, carbon dioxide, natural ventilation, wind direction].

  • Merike Fiedler, Chayan Kumer Saha, Christian Ammon, Christiane Loebsin, Peter Sanftleben, Thomas Amon: Spatial distribution of air flow and CO2 concentration in a naturally ventilated dairy building. In: Environment Engineering and Management Journal. 13, 2014, p. 2193 - 2200 [Air flow, CO2 concentration, natural ventilation, spatial distribution].

Süle, Prof. Dr. Sandor

Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
Field of research: Phytomedicine
Host: Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Jelkmann Julius Kühn-Institut - Bundesforschungsinstitut für Kulturpflanzen (JKI)
  • Erich Seemüller, Emese Kiss, Sandor Süle, Bernd Schneider: Multiple infections of apple trees by distinct strains of candidatus Phytoplasma mali and its pathological relevance. In: Phytopathology. 100, 2010, p. 863 - 870 [phytoplasma].

  • Sandor Süle, Luciana Cursino, Desen Zheng, Harvey Hoch, Thomas J. Burr: Surface motility and associated surfactant production in Agrobacterium vitis. In: Letters in Applied Microbiology. 49, 2009, p. 596 - 601 [Agrobacterium vitis, swarming].

  • Gabor Jenser, Sandor Süle, Éva Szita, Judit Tarjáni: Further requirement and possibilities in the protection against pear psylla (Cacopsylla pyri Linnaeus) (Hungarian). In: Növényvédelem. 45, 2009, p. 595 - 603 Original author: Gabor Jenser, Sandor Süle, Éva Szita, Judit Tarjáni (English) [Cacopsylla].

  • Ildiko Schwarczinger, Laszlo Vajna, Sandor Süle: First report of bacterial leaf and flower spot of Zinnia elegans caused by Xanthomonas campestris pv. zinniae in Hungary. In: Plant Pathology. 57, 2008, p. 367 - 368 [Zinnia, Xanthomonas].

  • Sandor Süle, Gabor Jenser, Éva Szita: Management of pear decline caused by Candidatus Phytoplasma pyri in Hungary. In: Bulletin of Insectology . 60, 2007, p. 319 - 321 [pear decline, phytoplasma, Cacopsylla].

  • Ferenc Simon, Geza Fischl, Sandor Kadlicsko, Csaba Pinter, Sandor Süle, Jozsef Danko: Phytopathological problems and solutions in the walnut orchards along lake balaton. In: Comm. Agric. Appl. Biol. Sci.. 72, 2007, p. 765 - 770 [walnut, Xanthomonas].

Taheri Shahraiyni, Dr. Hamid

Shahrood University of Technology, Iran
Field of research: Pollution control engineering
Host: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Cubasch Freie Universität Berlin
  • Taheri Shahraiyni, H., Ghafouri, M. R., Saghafian, B. and Bagheri Shouraki, S.: Evaluation of a novel fuzzy method and a conceptual model for a long-term daily streamflow simulation. In: River Systems. 20(3-4), 2012, p. 249 - 260.

  • Taheri Shahraiyni, H., Ghafouri, M. R., Bagheri Shouraki, S., Saghafian, B. and Naseri M.: Comparison between active learning method and support vector machine for runoff modeling,. In: Journal of Hydrology and hydromechanics, . 60(10) , 2012, p. 16 - 32.

  • Taheri Shahraiyni, H. and Ataei-Ashtiani, B. : Mathematical forms and numerical schemes for solution of unsaturated flow equation. In: ASCE Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering. 138(1), 2012, p. 63 - 72.

  • Abrishamchi, A., Taheri Shahraiyni, H. and Tajrishy, M.: Groundwater vulnerability assessment to pesticides and their ranking and clustering. In: Water & Wastewater. 83, 2012, p. 16 - 27.

Werner, Dr. David

University of Newcastle, United Kingdom
Field of research: Pollution control engineering
Host: Prof. Dr. Peter Grathwohl Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
  • Paola Meynet Elena Moliterni Russell J Davenport William T Sloan Jose V Camacho David Werner: Predicting the effects of biochar on volatile petroleum hydrocarbon biodegradation and emanation from soil: A bacterial community finger-print analysis inferred modelling approach. In: Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 68, 2014, p. 20 - 30 [Soil remediation; VOCs; Biochar; Soil microbiology; Sorption; Biodegradation ].

  • Zhantao Han Badruddeen Sani Wojciech Mrozik Martin Obst Barbara Beckingham Hrissi K. Karapanagioti David Werner : Magnetite impregnation effects on the sorbent properties of activated carbons and biochars. In: Water Research. 70, 2015, p. 394 - 403 [Magnetic sorbents; Activated carbon; Biochar; Wastewater treatment; Soil and sediment remediation ].

  • Khaled M Bushnaf, George Mangse, Paola Meynet, Russell Davenport, Olaf A Cirpka, David Werner: Mechanisms of Distinct Activated Carbon and Biochar Amendment Effects on Petroleum Vapour Biofiltration in Soil. In: Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts. 2017, [Soil remediation, petroleum pollution, activated carbon, biochar].