Announcing AJFAND Volume 11 No. 3 (2011)

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In this issue, we have the following articles:

Editorial: Ruth Oniang'o
Japan's Resilience is amazing: Supporting Africa's Rice Research at this time!

Commentary: Rangita de Silva et al.
Tobacco control as a human right and development goal in Kenya.

Profiled:
Dr. Rotimi Aluko
and
Dr. Patricia Wanjiru

  • Approaches to diagnosis and detection of cassava brown streak virus (potiviridae: ipomovirus) in field-grown cassava crop.
    Rwegasira GM et al.
  • Genetic variability and heritability of grain yield components and grain mineral concentration in India's pearl millet (pennisetum glaucum (L) R. Br.) accessions.
    Govindaraj M et al.
  • Soil characterization in contrasting cropping systems under the fast track land reform programme in Zimbabwe.
    Shoko MD and S Moyo
  • Comparability of the amino acid composition of aril and seed of blighia sapida fruit.
    Adeyeye EI
  • Prevalence and determinants of overweight and obesity in adult residents of Cape Coast, Ghana: A hospital-based study.
    Amegah AK et al.
  • Isolation and testing the cholesteral reduction ability (in-vitro) of lactococcus lactis from fermented smooth pigweed (amaranthus hybridus) leaves.
    Mariga AM et al.
  • An agro-economic appraisal of the response of okra to leaf defoliation: Growth and marketable yeild.
    Adeniyi YR and A Ayandiji
  • Insects observed on cowpea flowers in three districts in the central region of Ghana.
    Hordzi WHK

Acknowledgements:

I am happy to announce the publication of issue 44 of AJFAND.

We have 10 excellent peer reviewed papers and a commentary on Tobacco. The information contained in the commentary can be of great benefit to those countries that face challenges in legislating against tobacco, or whose legislation has loopholes. Many countries in sub-Saharan Africa face these challenges.
Our next issue will focus on child nutrition. It has taken us months to assemble enough good quality articles for this issue. More papers on child, and maternal nutrition are invited. This can even be in form of a commentary or short communication.

We wish you happy reading.

Ruth Oniang’o, PhD
Founder Editor-in-Chief, AJFAND