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"Taro" - the ancient food crop: Designing for adaptive food - nutrition and livelihoodMukherjee A, Pradhan DMP, Unnikrishnan M, Sreekumar J, Lebot V201533(2)8 pp.International Journal of Tropical Agriculture   Archana_etal_2015.pdf 
1st International Workshop on Cocoyam (Xanthosoma sagittifolium) Cultivation, Genetic Improvement and Disease ManagementAnon2008 35pp.Programme and Abstract Book, October 29-31, IRAD Ekona, Buea-Cameroon Institute of Agricultural Research for Development (IRAD) Cameroon; Ghent University, Belgium; International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Nigeria. FirstIntWkshpCam.pdf 
3rd taro symposiumSee Editor2003 244pp.Secretariat of the Pacific CommunityGuarino L, Taylor M, Osborn T (eds)Proceedings of an International Scientific Meeting jointly organised by SPC & IPGRI TaroSym.pdf 
A bibliography of taro leaf blightBrunt J, Hunter D, Delp C2001  AusAID/SPC Taro Genetic Resources: Conservation and Utilisation SPC, Noumea, New Caledonia BIBoverview.pdf 
A critical review of the role of taro Colocasia esculenta L. (Schott) to food security: A comparative analysis of Kenya and Pacific Island taro germplasmAkwee PE, Netondo G, Kataka JA, Palapala VA20159(2)101-108Scientia Agriculturae   AkweeAReview.pdf10.15192/PSCP.SA.2015.9.2.101108
A germplasm stratification of taro (Colocasia esculenta) based on agro-morphological descriptors, validation by AFLP markersQuero-Garcia1 J, Noyer JL, Perrier X, Marchand JL, Lebot V2004137387-395Euphytica   GermStratTaro.pdf 
A new species of Colocasia from ChinaLong C-L, Liu K-M200142313-317Botanical Bulletin of Academia Sinica   New species from China.docx 
A new species of Colocasia from ChinaLong C-L, Liu K-M200142313-317Botanical Bulletin of Academia Sinica   New species from China.docx 
A possible tropical wildtype taro: Colocasia esculenta var. aquatilisMatthews P19911169-81Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association BulletinBellwood PNational Museum of Ethnology, Senri, Suita, Osaka, JapanIndo-Pacific Prehistory, 1990, Vol. 2WildTypeTaro.pdf 
A review of taro (Colocasia esculenta) (L.) Schott) Genetic resources of Papua New GuineaOkpul T, Singh D, Wagih ME, Hunter D200245(1&2)33-45Papua New Guinea Journal of agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries   Okpul Singh WAgih Hunter PNGJOAFF 2002.pdf 
A simple and efficient method for extraction of genomic DNA from tropical tuber cropsSharma K, Mishra AK, Misra RS20087(8) 1018-1022African Journal of Biotechnology   ExtractRootsDNA.pdfhttp://www.academicjournals.org/AJB
Addressing national development in the Pacific through a regional crop improvement programSingh D, Ghodake R, Quatermain AR200722(2)140-144Pacific Economic Bulletin   Singh et al. Pacific Economic Bulletin 2007.pdf 
Adoption Scale Analysis of Improved Cocoyam Production, Production and Storage Technologies across Gender in Enugu North Agricultural Zone of Enugu State NigeriaOkoye BC, Okoye AC, Dimelu MU, Agbaeze CC, Okoroafor ON, Amaefula AB2009No. 17432, Munich Personal RePEc Archive   Adoption_scale_17432.pdfhttp://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/17432/
Advance in sweetpotato breeding from 1993 to 2012Gruneberg W et al. (and 25 others)2015Chapter 1.13-68   Potato and sweetpotato in Africa: transforming the value chains for food and nutrition securityBreedingSweetpotato.pdf 
Advances in sweetpotato breeding from 1993 to 2012Grüneberg WJ et al (25 others)  1-77      
Agricultural extension roles towards adapting to the effects of taro leaf blight (Tlb) disease in Nsukka Agricultural Zomes Enugu StateAyogu CJ, Ike2, Ogbonna OI, Nnaemeka GK20155(12)59-72Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare   Blight Nigeria.pdf 
Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation of taro (Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott) with a rice chitinase gene for improved tolerance to a fungal pathogen Sclerotium rolfsiiHe X, Miyasaka SC, Fitch MMM, Moore P, Zhu YJ200827903-909Plant Cell Rep   transformation of taro.pdf10.1007/s00299-008-0519-8
Allocative efficiency of small-holder cocoyam farmers in Anambra State, NigeriaOkoye BC, Onyenweaku CE, Asumugha GN2006No. 17362 Munich Personal RePEc Archive   Allocative _efficeincy_17362.pdfhttp://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/17362/
An overview of Phytophthora colocasiae of cocoyams: A potential economic disease of food security in CameroonMbong GA, Fokunang CN, Lum A. Fontem, Bambot MB, Tembe EA20131(9)140-145Discourse Journal of Agriculture & Food Sciences   MbongCameroon.pdf 
Analysis of AFLP Variation of Taro Population and Markers Associated with Leaf Blight Resistance GeneSharma K, Mishra AK, Misra RS20081(3)42-48Academic Journal of Plant Sciences    TLBVarIndia.pdf 
Analysis of differential protein expression during the early stage of in vitro tuberization in taroDu H, Ding M, Tang D, Huang D2011129904-909Scientia Horticulturae   proteinExpression.pdf10.1016/j.scienta.2011.05.010
Analysis of genetic diversity in Indian taro [Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott] using random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markersLakhanpaul S, Velayudhan KC, Bhat KV200350603-609Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution   RAPD taro India 2003.pdf 
Analysis of the Mineral Composition of Taro for Determination of Geographic OriginKobayashi NI, Tanoi, K, Hirose A, Saito T, Noda A, Iwata N, Nakano A, Nakamura S, Nakanishi TM2011594412-4417Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry   mineralcomposition.pdf10.1021/jf200264n
Annex 1: Description of the ActionCIRAD (Lebot V)2010 32pp.Adapting clonally propagated crops to climatic and commercial changes   INEAAnnex1.pdf 
Antihepatotoxic activity of Colocasia esculenta leaf juicePatil BR, Ageely HM20112(2)296-304International Journal of Advanced Biotechnology and Research   leafjuice.pdf 
Antioxidant activity and profiles of common vegetables in SingaporeIsabelle M, Lee BL, Lim MT, Koh W-P, Huang D, Ong CN2010120993-1003Food Chemistry   AntioxidantSingapore.pdf10.1016/j.foodchem.2009.11.038
Application of near infrared reflectance spectroscopy for the evaluation of yam (Dioscorea alata) germplasm and breeding linesLebota V, Malapab R2012  The Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture    Yam nutrution.pdf10.1002/jsfa.6002
Assessing the social and economic value of germplasm and crop improvement as a climate change adaptation strategy: Samoa and Vanuatu case studiesMcGregor A, Kaoh P, Tuioti Mariner L, Lal PN, Taylor M2011 xvii + 35 Lal PNAustralian Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency (DCCEE) A background case study prepared for IUCN’s report: imate Change Adaptation in the Pacific: Making Informed ChoicesCase studies Samoa and Vanuatu.pdf 
Assessment and rationalization of genetic diversity of Papua New Guinea taro (Colocasia esculenta) using SSR DNA fingerprintingSingh D, Mace ES, Godwin ID, Mathur PN, Okpul T, Taylor M, Hunter D, Kambuou R, Rao RV, Jackson G200855811-822Genet Resour Crop Evol   Singh et al assessment gentic diversity of PNG2008.pdf10.1007/s10722-007-9286-6
Assessment of agro-morphological diversity and affinities in cocoyam species from Sierra LeoneNorman PE, Bebeley JF, Beah AA, Sell EF20157(10)408-419International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation   cocoyam in Sierra Leone 2015.pdf10.5897/IJBC2015.0883
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