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Robert O.M. Mwanga, Benson Odongo, Charles Niringiye, Agnes Alajo, Putri E. Abidin, Regina Kapinga, Silver Tumwegamire, Berga Lemaga, James Nsumba, and Edward E. Carey

pressure and weevil populations with the level of infection varying from low to high depending on agroecology. Storage root dry matter content, root yield, taste, and desirable agronomic attributes (e.g., earliness, root size, shape and stability of root

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Sandra B. Wilson and Luke Flory

Teachers Agr. J. 55 1 16 20 Schroeder-Moreno, M.S. 2010 Enhancing active and interactive learning online—Lessons learned from an online introductory agroecology course North Amer. Colleges Teachers Agr. J. 54 1 21 30 Seaman, J. 2009 Online learning as a

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Allen V. Barker

Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, and John Porter is Professor of Agroecology at the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University in Denmark. This book was published in 1989 with the title of An Introduction to the Physiology of Crop Yield . The second edition

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Sandra B. Wilson, Robert L. Geneve, and Fred T. Davies

.S. 2010 Enhancing active and interactive learning online: Lessons learned from an online introductory agroecology course North Amer. Colleges Teachers Agr. J. 54 1 21 30 Seaman, J.E. Allen, I.E. Seaman, J. 2018 Grade increase: Tracking distance education

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Jorge A. Zegbe and Jaime Mena-Covarrubias

thinning and irrigation on determining fruit quality of cactus pear ( Opuntia ficus-indica ) fruits Acta Hort. 581 205 209 Inglese, P. 1995 Orchard planting and management 78 91 Barbera G. Inglese P. Pimienta-Barrios E. Agro-ecology, cultivation, and uses

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Kristin R. Campbell, Sandra B. Wilson, P. Christopher Wilson, and Zhenli He

introductory agroecology course North Amer. Colleges Teachers Agr. J. 54 21 30 Seaman, J. 2009 Online learning as a strategic asset, Vol. II: The paradox of faculty voices: Views and experiences with online learning Assn. Public and Land-grant Univ. Washington

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Maria I. Andrade, Abilio Alvaro, Joana Menomussanga, Godwill S. Makunde, José Ricardo, Wolfgang J. Grüneberg, Raúl Eyzaguirre, Jan Low, and Rodomiro Ortiz

–November: 623 mm rainfall; a drought-screening site in semiarid agroecology), Gurue (Zambézia Province; 15°19 S, 36°6 E, 1000 masl; red to dark brown soils, clay loam, deep, well drained, good natural fertility; July–September: 1000 mm rainfall; virus

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Noa K. Lincoln, Theodore Radovich, Kahealani Acosta, Eli Isele, and Alyssa Cho

Agroecology of pre-contact Hawaiian dryland farming: The spatial extent, yield and social impact of Hawaiian breadfruit groves in Kona, Hawai’i J. Archeological Sci. 49 192 202 Lincoln, N.K. Ragone, D. Zerega, N. Roberts-Nkrumah, L.B. Merlin, M. Jones, A

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Benard Yada, Phinehas Tukamuhabwa, Bramwell Wanjala, Dong-Jin Kim, Robert A. Skilton, Agnes Alajo, and Robert O.M. Mwanga

traits with broad or specific adaptation to overcome constraints in different agroecologies ( Mwanga et al., 2003 ). New cultivars released from breeding programs are often more vulnerable to pests, pathogens, and environmental stresses ( He et al., 2006

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Rolland Agaba, Phinehas Tukamuhabwa, Patrick Rubaihayo, Silver Tumwegamire, Andrew Ssenyonjo, Robert O.M. Mwanga, Jean Ndirigwe, and Wolfgang J. Grüneberg

agroecologies to Namulonge and Serere in East or Central Africa. These two locations represent important areas for growing root crops in Uganda. Across both locations and seasons, there was a mean root yield for yam bean germplasm of 12.8 kg·m −2 for SRFY with