Estimating the Broad-Sense Heritability of Early Growth of Cowpea

Article English OPEN
Xu, Nicole W.; Xu, Shizhong; Ehlers, Jeff;

Cowpea is an important tropical crop. It provides a large proportion of the food resource for the African human population and their livestock. The yield and quality of cowpea have been dramatically improved through traditional breeding strategies for the past few decad... View more
  • References (7)

    Langyintuo, AS, Lowenberg-DeBoer, J, Faye, M. Cowpea supply and demand in West and Central Africa. Field Crops Research . 2003; 82 (2-3): 215-231

    Tarawali, SA, Singh, BB, Gupta, SC, Fatokun, CA, Tarawali, SA, Singh, BB, Kormawa, PM, Tamo, M. Cowpea as a key factor for a new approach to integrated crop-livestock systems research in the dry savannas of West Africa. Challenges and Opportunities for Enhancing Sustainable Cowpea Production . : 233-251

    Sanginga, N, Dashiell, KE, Diels, J. Sustainable resource management coupled to resilient germplasm to provide new intensive cereal-grain-legume-livestock systems in the dry savanna. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment . 2003; 100 (2-3): 305-314

    Lynch, M, Walsh, B. Genetics and Analysis of Quantitative Traits . 1998

    Nielsen, SS, Ohler, TA, Mitchell, CA, Singh, BB, Mohan Raj, DR, Dashiell, KE, Jackai, LEN. Cowpea leaves for human consumption: production, utilization, and nutrient composition. Advances in Cowpea Research . 1997: 326-332

    Singh, BB, Tarawali, SA, Renard, C. Cowpea and its improvement: key to sustainable mixed crop/livestock farming systems in West Africa. Crop Residues in Sustainable Mixed Crop/Livestock Farming Systems . 1997: 79-100

    Tarawali, SA, Singh, BB, Peters, M, Blade, SF, Singh, BB, Mohan Raj, DR, Dashiell, KE, Jackai, LEN. Cowpea haulms as fodder. Advances in Cowpea Research . 1997: 313-325

  • Metrics
Share - Bookmark