NIGERIAN JOURNAL OF MYCOLOGY

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

Archive - ISSN: 2006 - 7135 Niger J. Mycol. (Vol. 7, 2015)

  1. PLANT DISEASE DIAGNOSTICS: A MOLECULAR APPROACH, Shittu, H. O., Igiehon, E, Imhangbe, O. P. and Odenore, V. D.
  2. IN VITRO EVALUATION OF PHYSICAL HEAT AGAINST FUSARIUM VERTICILLIOIDES A STALK-ROT PATHOGEN OF PLANTAIN FRUITS, Akomolafe, O. M and Aborisade, A. T.
  3. THE EFFECTS OF POULTRY WASTE ON THE CULTIVATION OF VOLVARIELA VOLVACEA ON CORN HUSK, Okere, S.E., Elelenwo, E.N.,Disegha, G.C.
  4. MICROBIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF SHEA BUTTER SOLD IN SOME MARKETS IN NIGERIA; Esiegbuya, O. D. Okungbowa, F. I., Okogbenin O.B., Omoregie, K. O. and Koloche, I. M.
  5. CONTROL OF YAM ROT FUNGI WITH CRUDE EXTRACTS OF CHROMOLAENA ODORATAAND CYMPOBOGON CITRATUS; Okigbo,R.N., *Anuagasi,C.L. and Nwanna, C. R.
  6. MYCODETERIORATION OF SOME NUTRITIONAL COMPONENTS OF PALM OIL AND PROCESSED CAPSICUM FRUTESCENS (L.) Kuntze.;Sanyaolu, Adeniyi. A.and Kolawole-Joseph, O.
  7. CULTIVATION OF MUSHROOM (PLEUROTUS TUBERREGIUM) USING OIL PALM FRUIT FIBER (ELAEIS GUINENSIS) AND TOPSOIL AS SUBSTRATES; Okigbo, R. N.; Okigbo, J.E. and Eze, N.O.
  8. MICROORGANISMS OF VIGNA UNGUICULATA (L.) Walp (COWPEA) SEEDS AND THE EFFECT ON GERMINATION AND SEEDLING GROWTH; N. G. Iyanyi, A. E. Ataga and I. A. Nwaukwu
  9. INTEGRATED CONTROL OF LASIODIPLODIA ROT ON SWEET ORANGE FRUITS USING HOT WATER- FUNGICIDE TREAMENT; Oladele, O. O. and Aborisade, A. T.
  10. ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF FUNGAL CONTAMINANTS ASSOCIATED WITH FIVE SELECTED FRUITS OFFERED FOR SALE IN LAPAI, NIGER STATE NIGERIA; Adebola, M.O. Mohammed, H.M and Kamisu, M.
  11. THE IMPACT OF ASSOCIATED MYCOFLORA ON NUTRIENT STATUS AND SHELF LIFE OF COLA NUTS; Chuku, E. C, Chuku, O.S and Azonwu, O.
  12. MYCOPARASITIC CAPABILITY OF T. ASPERELLUM AND ITS METABOLITE ; A.A. Sobowale, A. A. Oludare, N.A. Amusa, and O. Oguntade.
  13. INFLUENCE OF TYPE, SUPPLEMENTS AND COMPOSITION LEVELS OF SUBSTRATES ON QUALITY AND YIELD OF PLEUROTUS PULMONARIUS (FRIES) QUELET;Adenipekun, C. O, Gabriel, T. E. and Korodo, O.
  14. EFFECTS OF COMMON HERBICIDES ON SOIL FUNGI IN A MAIZE (Zea mays) FARM; Sangoyomi, T. E., Omilani, O. O., and Onabanjo O. O.
  15. ANTIFUNGAL ATTRIBUTES OF EXTRACTS OF ALLIUM CEPA (L), AFRAMOMUM MELEGUETA (L) AND CAPSICUM FRUTESCENS (L) ON ROT FUNGI OF IRVINGIA GABONENSIS (BILL); Okigbo, R.N., Ezebo, R.O. and Ezechukwu, K.C.
  16. FUNGAL SPECIES AND THEIR IMPACT ON PESTICIDE-CONTAMINATED AGRICULTURAL SOILS IN EDO STATE, NIGERIA; Akinnibosun, F. I. and Omorodion, S. U.

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.
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