2023 Publications

Unravelling the diversity in water usage among wild banana species in response to vapour pressure deficit.

Authors: David Eyland, Clara Gambart, Rony Swennen and Sebastien Carpentier

Journal: Frontiers in Plant Science
DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2023.1068191 

A high throughput phenotyping technique for banana cultivar Sukali Ndizi based on internal fruit quality attributes.

Authors: Henry Buregyeya, Steven Kashub. Tumwesigye, Ephraim Nuwamanya, Moses Matovu, Priver Namanya, Kephas Nowankunda, Wilberforce K Tushemereirwe, and Patrick Rubaihayo.

Journal: International Journal of Science and Technology Research Archive 3, no. 2
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.53771/ijstra.2022.3.2.0155

Female Reproductive Potential And 3x By 2x Breeding Approach For Hybrid Seeds Development In Sukali Ndizi Genotype (musa Genome Aab).

Authors: Henry Buregyeya, Naboth Oyesigye, Doreen Amumpiare, Priver B. Namanya, Kephas Nowakunda, Wilberforce K. Tushemereirwe, Eldad Karamura, And Patrick Rubaihayo.

Journal: European Journal of Agriculture and Food Sciences ISSN (Online): 2684-1827

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