NIGERIAN JOURNAL OF MYCOLOGY

The Official Journal of the Mycological Society of Nigeria ( MYCOSON)

Archive - Vol 6. (2014) Edition

  1. FUNGI: NATURE'S GIFT FOR ORGANIC INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT Odewale, J. O., Okolo, E. C., Odigie, E. E. and Enonuya, D. O. M.
  2. PREVALENCE OF DIFFERENT CANDIDA SPECIES IN RESTAURANTS IN FOUR VILLAGES IN NNEWI, ANAMBRA STATE, NIGERIA. Ochiabuto O.M.T.B., Okwuolisa A.J., Okeke C.O., Obi C.M. ,Umedum C.U.3, Onwuasoanya U.F
  3. CONTRIBUTION OF SOIL PROPERTIES TO DISEASE–REDUCING CAPABILITY OF TOMATO (SOLANUM LYCOPERSICI L.) AGAINST VERTICILLIUM COLONIZATION Shittu H. O.* and Onwuzama G. C.
  4. EFFECT OF ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAE FUNGUS, SPENT MUSHROOM COMPOST AND POULTRY MANUREON DROUGHT AND LEAF CURL RESISTANCE OF OKRO(ABELMOSCHUS ESCULENTUS) Jonathan S.Ga., Olawuyi O.J and Babalola B.J
  5. ANTI-FUNGAL PROPERTIES OF GINGER (ZINGIBER OFFICINALE) AND GARLIC (ALLIUM SATIVUM) ON SMOKED CAT FISH MYCOFLORA. Chuku, E .C.
  6. IN VIVO CULTURING OF A SPECIES OF MYXOMYCETES [STEMONITIS AXIFERA BULL Angela, U . Ejale and Celestina, A. Ihayere
  7. HERITAGE OF EDIBLE MUSHROOMS AMONG THE OKPAMERI PEOPLE OF EDO STATE, NIGERIA 1Akpaja, E.O., Dania, A. T., Okhuoya, J.A. and 2Isikhuemhen, S. O.
  8. EFFECT OF STORAGE MOULDS ON THE NUTRITIONAL QUALITY OF STORED COCOA BEANS IN SOUTH-WEST NIGERIA. Ogundeji, B. A. and Olufolaji, D. B.
  9. THE POSSIBLE USE OF THE PLASMODIUM OF A MYXOMYCETE DIDYMIUM ALBA EJALE AS A BIOLOGICAL CONTROL AGENT OF A CASSAVA LEAF SPOT DISEASE Ejale , Angela, U. and Tawose, Festus Olakunle.
  10. COMPARATIVE STUDIES ON THE NUTRIENT COMPOSITION OF WATER MELON (CITRULLUS LUNATUS) AND CUCUMBER (CUCUMIS SATIVUS) FRUITS AND ASSOCIATED FUNGI.  Chuku E.C. and  Emelike, N.J.T.
  11. INVESTIGATIONS ON THE FUNGI ASSOCIATED WITH YAM (Dioscorea rotundata) TUBER ROT IN SOUTH WEST NIGERIA. Hamzat, Olabisi .T. Hazzanat
  12. ACTIVITIES OF CELLULASE AND PECTINASES IN SWEET ORANGE (Citrus sinensis (L.) OSBECK) FRUITS INFECTED WITH Lasiodiplodia sp.IMI 503248 AND TREATED WITH HOT WATER Oladele, O. O. and Aborisade, A. T.
  13. ANTIFUNGAL ATTRIBUTES OF CRUDE EXTRACTS OF BAPHIA NITIDA. LODD AND LANDOLPHIA OWARIENSIS P.BEAUV, ON YAM MINISET ROT PATHOGENS Okigbo R.1, Ugwu C.S. and Ezeugwa A
  14. MYCOREMEDIATION OF SPENT AND FRESH CUTTING FLUIDS POLLUTED SOIL WITH A WHITE ROT FUNGUS Pleurotus ostreatus (Jacq.) Fr. P. Kumm. Adenipekun C. O., Ipeaiyeda A. R., 1Egbewale S. O.

EDITOR-IN CHIEF

Prof. D. B. Olufolaji

Dept. of Crop Soil and Pest Management

Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria

email: tundeolufolaji@gmail.com, dolufolaji@ymail.com

ASSOCIATE EDITORS

Prof. A. K. Onifade

Dept. of Microbiology,

Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria

email: profonifade@yahoo.com

Dr. Arotupin

Dept. of Microbiology Federal University of Technology, Akure. Nigeria.
e-mail: daniel_juwon@yahoo.com

Prof. O.A. Enikuomehin

Dept. of Crop Protection,University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Ogun State. Nigeria.
e-mail: adeenikuomehin@yahoo.com

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