Publications by Team Members under Crops For the Future (CFF).

Publications by Team Members under Crops For the Future (CFF).

  1. Feldman, A., Ho. W.K., Massawe, F., Mayes, S (2019). Bambara groundnut: how could a drought-tolerant and nutritious legume improve community resilience in the face of climate change? : Atanu Sarkar et al. (Eds): Sustainable Solutions for Food Security, ISBN 978-3-319-778778-5, page 151-167.link
  2. King, G., Barkla, B., Mayes, S. and Azman Halimi, R. (2018). The potential of the underutilized pulse bambara groundnut (Vigna subterranea (L.) Verdc.) for nutritional food security, Journal of Food Composition and Analysis.link
  3. Chang, Y., Liu, H., Liu, M., Liao, X., Sahu, S.K., Fu, Y., Song, B., Kariba, R., Muthemba, S., Hendre, P.S., Mayes, S., Ho, W.K., Kendabie, P., Wang, S., Li, L., Muchugi, A., Jamnadass, R., Lu, H., Peng, S., Van Deynze, A., Simons, A., Yana-Shapiro, H., Xu, H., Yang, H., Wang, J., Liu, X. (2018). The draft genome of five unimproved tropical plants, GigaScience; DOI: 10.1093/gigascience/giy152 – first major publication of the African Orphan Crops Consortium 101 genomes project; www.africanorphancrop.org. link
  4. Olayide, O.E., Donkoh, S.A., Ansah, I.G.K., Adzawla, W., O’Reilly P.J., Mayes. S., Feldman, A., Halimi, R.A., Nyarko, G., Ilori, C.O. and Alabi, T. (2018) Assessing socioeconomic factors influencing production and commercialisation of Bambara groundnut as an indigenous climate resilient crop in Nigeria In: Handbook of Climate Change Resilience ed W. Leal Filho; Springer Nature; https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-71025-9_158-1.link
  5. Burgess, A.J., Retkute, R., Pound, M.P., Mayes, S., Murchie, E.H. (2017). Image-based 3D canopy reconstruction to determine potential productivity in complex multi-species crop systems. Annals of Botany,119 (4) 517-532 ; DOI :10.1093/aob/mcw242.link
  6. Chai, H.H, Ho, W.K, Graham, N., May, S., Massawe, F, Mayes, S. (2017). A cross-species gene expression marker-based genetic map and QTL analysis in bambara groundnut. Genes 8 (84); doi:10.3390/genes8020084link
  7. Ho, W.K., Chai, H.H., Kendabie, P., Ahmad, N.S., Jani, J., Massawe, F., Kilian A., Mayes, S. (2017). Integrating genetic maps in bambara groundnut [Vigna subterranea (L) Verdc.] and their syntenic relationships among closely related legumes. BMC Genomics, 18:192;DOI 10.1186/s12864-016-3393-8link
  8. Khan, F.; Chai, H.H., Ajmera I.,  Hodgman C., Mayes, S., Lu,C. (2017)Transcriptomic comparison of two Bambara groundnut landraces under dehydration stress.Genes , 8(4) :121; doi:10.3390/genes8040121.link
  9. Ahmad, N.S. Sri Redjeki, E., Ho, W.K., Aliyu, S., Mayes, K., Massawe, F., Kilian, A. and Mayes,S. (2016) Construction of a genetic linkage map and QTL analysis in bambara groundnut (Vigna subterranea (L) Verdc.). Genome (59). link
  10. Aliyu, S., Massawe, F. and Mayes, S. (2016). Genetic diversity and population structure of Bambara groundnut (Vigna subterranea (L.) Verdc.): Synopsis of the past two decades of analysis and implications for crop improvement programmes. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, 63: 925. link 
  11. Bonthala, V.S., Mayes, K., Moreton, J., Blythe, M., Wright, V., May, S., Massawe, F., Mayes, S. and Twycross, J (2016). Identification of gene modules associated with low temperatures response in bambara groundnut by network-based analysis. PLoS Onelink
  12. Ho, W.K., Muchugi, A., Muthemba, S., Kariba, R., Mavenkeni, B.O. Hendre,P., Song, B., Deynze, A.V., Massawe, F. and Mayes, S. (2016). Use of microsatellite markers for the assessment of bambara groundnut breeding system and varietal purity for genome sequencing.  Genome 59 (6), 427-431. link
  13. Khan, F., Azman, R., Chai, H.H., Mayes, S., Lu, C. (2016) Genomic and transcriptomic approaches towards the genetic improvement of an underutilised crops: The case of Bambara groundnut. African Crop Science Journal, 24 (4). 429 – 458. link
  14. Massawe, F., Mayes, S. and Cheng, A. (2016). Crop diversity – an unexploited treasure trove for food and nutrition security. Trends in Plant Science.21(5): 365-368.link
  15. Mohammed, I.Y , Abakr, Y.A  ,Musa, M, Yusup, S., Singh, A., Kazi, F.K. (2016). Valorization of Bambara groundnut shell via intermediate pyrolysis: Products distribution and characterization. Journal of Cleaner Production, 139 (2016) 717-728. link
  16. Musa, M., Al-Shareef, I., Mayes, S., Massawe, F. and Singh, A. (2016). Nitrogen Fixation and N-balance Studies on Bambara Groundnut (Vigna subterranea L. Verdc) Landraces Grown on Tropical Acidic Soils of Malaysia. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 47(4). link
  17. Aliyu, S., Massawe. F.J. and Mayes, S. (2015) Beyond landraces: Developing improved germplasm resources for underutilized species – a case for Bambara groundnut. Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering Reviews; http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02648725.2014.992625. link
  18. Chai, H.H., Massawe, F. and Mayes, S. (2015). Effects of mild drought  stress on the morpho-physiological characteristics of a Bambara groundnut segregating population, Euphytica. Volume 208, Issue 2, pp 225–236. link
  19. Molosiwa, O., Aliyu, S., Stadler, F., Mayes, K. Massawe, F., Kilian, A. and Mayes, S. (2015). SSR marker development, genetic diversity and population structure analysis of Bambara groundnut [Vigna subterranea (L.) Verdc.] landraces, Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution; DOI 10.1007/s10722-015-0226-6.link
  20. Muhammad, Y.Y., Mayes, S. and Massawe F. (2015) Effects of short term water deficit stress on physiological characteristics of bambara groundnut (Vigna subterranea (L) Verdc.). South African Journal of Plant and Soil​.link
  21. Olukolu, B.A., Mayes, S., Stadler, F., Ng, N.Q., Fawole, I., Dominique, D., and Azam-Ali, S.N., (2012) “Genetic diversity in Bambara groundnut (Vigna subterranae (L.) Verdc.) as revealed by phenotypic descriptors and DArT markers analysis”. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, 59(3):347-358. link
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