Amadi J.E.

NAME: Dr. Amadi J. E.

 

  1. Okigbo, R.N., Anuagasi, C. L. and Amadi, J. E. (2009). "Advance in selected medicinal and aromatic indigenous to Africa". 
  2. Amadi, J. E., Adebola, M. O. and Eze, C. S. (2009). "Isolation and identification of bacterial blotch organism from watermelon (Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.) Matsum and Nakai)".
  3. Olahan, G. S.and Amadi, J. E. (2003). "In vitro antibacterial activity of pawpaw leaf extracts against the cassava blight pathogen". NISEB Journal, 3(4): 117-121.
  4. Amadi, J. E. (2000). "Pathogenicity of alternaria alternata from peony (Peaonia spp) on Opuntia ficus Miller (L.)". Nigerian Journal of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 15: 155-160.
  5. Amadi, J. E. (). "Studies on the etiology of a leaf spot disease of rough lemon (Citrus jambhiri – B". Jamir; H. Jhambiri). Bio-Research, 6(1): 343 -345.  
  6. Amadi, J. E. and Oso, B. A. (1996). "Mycoflora of cowpea seeds (Vigna unguiculata) and their effects on seed nutrient contents and germination". Nigerian Journal of Science, 30: 63 – 65.
  7. Amadi, J. E. (1995).  "Screening of cowpea varieties against Cercospora cruenta and Corynespora casiicola infection". Bioscience Research Communication, 7(2): 117 – 125.
  8. Amadi, J. E. and Adeniyi, D. O. (2009). "Mycotoxin production by fungi isolated from stored grains". African Journal of Biotechnology, 8(7): 1219-1221.
  9. Amadi, J. E. (2005). "Endophytic and exophytic fungi isolated from the seeds of Tetracurpidium comlarum in Ilorin, Nigeria". Nigerian Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, 20: 1757 – 1761.
  10. Olahan, G.S. and Amadi, J. E. (2006). "Fungicidal effect of pawpaw leaf (Carica papaya L.) extracts on fusarium vericilloides". African Scientist, 7(1): 189 -193.
  11. Amadi, J. E. (). "Laboratory bioassay of three fungicides, benomyl, dithane m-45 and difolatan using Cercospora cruenta Sacc". and Corynespora cassicola Wei (Curt. and Berk.). Centerpoint Science Edition, 9(1): 42 – 51.
  12. Amadi, J. E. (2009). "Studies on the fungi associated with soft rot of carrot (Daucus carota) in Ilorin, North Central, Nigeria". International Journal of Tropical Agriculture and Food System, 3(3): 252 – 254.