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Contains all publications for 1998 and below.

Hybridization between redtail (Cercopithecus ascanius schimidti) and blue monkeys (Cercopithecus mitis Stuhlmanni) monkeys in the Kibale Forest, Uganda.

Struhsaker, T. T., Butynski T. M. & Lwanga J. S. (1989) Hybridization between redtail (Cercopithecus ascanius schimidti) and blue monkeys (Cercopithecus mitis Stuhlmanni) monkeys in the Kibale Forest, Uganda. In: A Primate Radiation: Evolutionary Biology of the African Guenons. Eds. A. Gautier-Hion, F. Bourliere, J-P. Gautier, and J. Kingdon. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 477-497.

The relevance of cereal/legume mixed crops in Ugandan agriculture.

Kyamanywa,S. and Ssekabembe,C.K.1986. The relevance of cereal/legume mixed crops in Ugandan agriculture. In: M.K.Magunda and W.E.Fenster (eds.). Proceedings of the 8th Soil Science Society of East Africa. 15-19th December, 1986. Kampala, Uganda. p. 121-130.

Some aspects of competition for environmental resources in alley cropping.

Ssekabembe,C.K. and Henderlong,P.R.1991a. Some aspects of competition for environmental resources in alley cropping. In: Peter Williams (ed.). Agroforestry in North America.Proceedings of the first conference on agroforestry in North America. 13-16 August, 1989. University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada. p. 56-69.

Below-ground interactions in alley cropping. Appraisal of first-year observations on maize grown in black locust (Robiniapseudoacacia) alleys.

Abstract

A study was undertaken in Ohio to determine whether the presence of black locust hedgerows would increase water shortage on crop land. Water was applied to bare soil which had carried pure stand maize in the previous growing season, and to the previously established alley cropping plots, some of which had 100 cm deep below-ground fiberglass partitions to prevent root competition for soil moisture in the alleys. Direct soil evaporation was reduced by covering the soil with a black polyethylene sheet. Soil moisture remaining in the top 45 cm soil depth was monitored for 8 days. Soil 1 had a higher organic carbon content and contained more moisture than Soil 2, which had more gravel than Soil 1. In Soil 2 there was significantly less water in alleys without below-ground partitions than on bare soil. In alleys without below-ground partitions, the hedgerows reduced soil moisture content of the alleys without below-ground partitions, the hedgerows reduced soil moisture content of the alleys by about 8% on Soil 1 and 32% on Soil 2, after 8 days following water application. In the top 45 cm depth of Soil 1, the influence of the hedgerows in the same treatment was large within 76 cm of the hedgerows but declined farther inside the alleys. For Soil 2 which had more gravel in the lower soil layers, which prevented deep growth of black locust roots, the influence of the hedgerows was pronounced throughout the alleys but was also most marked within the 76 cm distance from the hedges.

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Ssekabembe,C.K. and Henderlong,P.R.1991b. Below-ground interactions in alley cropping. Appraisal of first-year observations on maize grown in black locust (Robiniapseudoacacia) alleys. In: H.E"Gene" Garrett (ed.). Proceedings of the second conference on agroforestry in North America. 18-21 August, 1991. Springfield, Missouri. p. 58-73.

Status of, potential for and constraints for agroforestry education at Makerere University.p.17-18

Ssekabembe,C.K.1994a. Status of, potential for and constraints for agroforestry education at Makerere University.p.17-18. In: Kasolo,W and Rubedjer,P. (eds.). Agroforestry Education in Uganda.Proceedings of the First National Workshop on Agroforestry Education. 25-29, July, 1994. Mukono, Uganda.

Ficusnatalensis in banana plantations. A review of research needs. In: Proceedings of the 14th Conference of the Soil Science Society of East Africa (SSEA).

Ssekabembe,C.K.1994b. Ficusnatalensis in banana plantations.

Effect of weeds on growth and yields of cowpeas. In: James Onsando (ed.). Proceedings of the 15th biannual conference of the Weed Science Society for East Africa.

Ssebuliba-Mutumba,R., Ssekabembe,C.K. and Adipala,E.1995. Effect of weeds on growth and yields of cowpeas. In: James Onsando (ed.). Proceedings of the 15th biannual conference of the Weed Science Society for East Africa. Sept. 18-21, 1995. Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania.pp.126-132.

The potential of joint production of Napier grass and food crops

Ssekabembe,C.K. and Sabiiti,E.N.1997. The potential of joint production of Napier grass and food crops.African crop science Conference Proceedings 3:825-834.

Effect of density of Bidenspilosa on the growth and yield of cowpea.

Sebuliba-Mutumba,R., Adipala,E., Ssekabembe,C.K. and Namirembe-Ssonkko,R.1997. Effect of density of Bidenspilosa on the growth and yield of cowpea.African Crop Science Conference Proceedings 3:871-875

Trees and shrubs (Chapter 3). In Biodiversity Reports. Series 1-33 (Howard, P. and T. Davenport eds.)

Lwanga, J. (1996). Trees and shrubs (Chapter 3). In Biodiversity Reports. Series 1-33 (Howard, P. and T. Davenport eds.). Forest Department, Kampala, Uganda


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