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Eric Danquah

Visiting Scientist, Department of Global Development

Eric Danquah

Publications

  1. Blay, E.T., Danquah, E.Y. and Prakash, C.S. (1997).  Effect of five antibiotics on callus development and regeneration on some explants of garden egg. (S. gilo).  Ghana Journal of Science 37: 3-10.
  2. Danquah, E.Y. and Blay, E.T. (1998). Biotechnology - Promises and challenges for sustainable agriculture, Ghana Journal of Science 38: 15-23.
  3. Blay, E.T., Danquah, E.Y. and G. Anim-Kwapong (1998).  Influence of sett size and spacing on yield and multiplication of ginger.  Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science 31: 175-180.
  4. Blay, E.T., Danquah, E.Y., Offei, S.K. and Kudadjie, C. (1999). Morphologic and agronomic characterisation of some tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) germplasm in Ghana. Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science 32: 169-175.
  5. Blay, E.T., Danquah, E.Y. and Afelibiek, B. (1999).  Effect of time of harvest, stage of fruit ripening and post harvest on seed yield and germinability of local garden egg. Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science 32: 159-167.
  6. Danquah, E.Y., and Blay, E.T. (1999).  Breeding for stress tolerance: Drought as a case study.  Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science 32: 229-236.
  7. Danquah, E.Y., Blay, E.T. and Fosu-Nyarko, J. (2000).  Morphological, agronomic and isozyme characterisation of some accessions of groundnut.  Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science 33: 43-53.
  8. Danquah, E.Y., Blay, E.T., Bosompem, K.M., Fosu-Nyarko, J. and Dosoogla J. (2000). Isozyme and storage protein polymorphisms in 17 accessions of groundnuts (Arachis hypogaea). Journal of the Ghana Science Association 2 (2): 23-30.
  9. Danquah, E.Y., Blay, E.T., Osae, M.W. and Alifo, Y. (2000). Isozyme polymorphisms in eight accessions of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench). Journal of the Ghana Science Association 2 (1): 93-98.
  10. Danquah, E.Y., Sallah, P.Y.K., Blay, E.T. and Aboagye-Nuamah, Francis (2001). Evaluation of local maize collections for drought tolerance. Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science 34: 63-70.
  11. Danquah, E.Y., Blay, E.T., Offei, S.K., Fosu-Nyarko, J., and Amiteye, S. (2001). Genetic diversity in cocoyam as revealed by random amplified polymorphic DNA. African Journal of Root & Tuber Crops 4 (2): 42-46.
  12. Danquah, E.Y. and Barrett J.A. (2002). Hordein variation and reaction to powdery mildew in Composite Cross XLII of barley. Genetica 114 (1): 81-87.
  13. Danquah, E.Y., Hanley S.J., Brookes R.C., Aldam C. and Karp A. (2002). Isolation and characterisation of microsatellites in Echinochloa (L.) Beauv. spp.  Molecular Ecology Notes 2 (1): 54-56.
  14. Danquah, E.Y. and Barrett J. (2002). Grain yield in Composite Cross Five (CCV) of barley: Effects of natural selection. Journal of Agricultural Science (Cambridge University Press) 138 (2): 71-76.
  15. Blay, E.T., Danquah, E.Y., Ofosu-Anim, J. and Ntumy, J. (2002). Effect of manure and/or inorganic fertilizer on the yield of shallot (Allium cepa var. aggregatum). Advances in Horticultural Science 16: 13-16.
  16. Danquah, E.Y. and Barrett, J.A. (2002). Evidence of natural selection in composite cross five (CCV) of barley. Genetica 115 (2): 195-203.
  17. Offei, S.K., Danquah, E.Y., Blay, E.T., Aboagye-Nuamah, F. (2002). Isozyme and total protein polymophisms among 52 accessions of cocoyam (Xanthosoma sagittifolium). Ghana Journal of Horticulture 1: 1-8.
  18. Danquah, E.Y., Johnson D.E., Riches C., Arnold G. M. and Karp A. (2002). Genetic diversity in Echinochloa spp. collected from different geographic origins and within rice fields in Cote d’Ivoire. Weed Research 42 (5): 394-405.
  19. Offei, S.K., Asante, I.K. and Danquah, E.Y. (2003). Variation in seed size, protein, hydrogen cyanide and tannin content of lima bean (Phaseolus lunatus). Tropical Science  43: 132-134.
  20. Asante I. K., Laing, E., Danquah, E.Y. and Offei, S.K. (2003). Genetic structure at the isocitrate dehydrogenase and malate dehydrogenase enzymes gene loci in Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L) Walp) accessions. Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science 36: 53-63.
  21. Danquah, E.Y., Offei, S.K. Blay, E.T. and Asante, I.K. (2003) Genetic polymorphism in accessions of cocoyam (Xanthosoma   sagittifolium L. Schott) from Eastern and Volta Regions of Ghana. Ghana Journal of Horticulture 2: 1-10.
  22. Offei, S.K., Asante, I.K. and Danquah, E.Y. (2004). Genetic structure of seventy cocoyam (Xanthosoma sagittifolium, Linn, Schott) accessions in Ghana based on RAPD. Hereditas 140: 123-128.
  23. Omondi-Aman, B., Obeng-Ofori, D., Danquah, E. Y. and Offei, S. K (2004). Genetic Diversity and Oviposition Host Preference of Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) Associated with Four Crops in Ghana. Journal of the Ghana Science Association 6 (1): 105-116.
  24. Gachoka, K.K., Obeng-Ofori, D. and Danquah, E.Y. (2005). Host suitability of two Ghanaian biotypes of Bemesia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) on five common tropical weeds. International Journal of Tropical Insect Science 25 (4): 236-244.
  25. Lokko Y., Danquah, E.Y, Offei S.K, Dixon A.G.O and Gedil M.A (2005). Molecular markers associated with a new source of resistance to the cassava mosaic disease. African Journal of Biotechnology 4 (9): 873-881.
  26. Omondi-Aman B., Seruwagi P., Obeng-Ofori D., Danquah, E.Y. and Kyeremanten R. A. (2005). Mating interactions between the okra and cassava biotypes of Bemesia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) on eggplant host. International Journal of Tropical Insect Science 25 (3): 159-167.
  27. Omondi-Aman, B., Obeng-Ofori, D., Kyerematen, R.A. and Danquah, E.Y. (2005). Host preference and suitability of some selected crops for two biotypes of Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) in Ghana. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 115: 393-400.
  28. Lokko, Y., Dixon, A., Offei, S.K., Danquah, E.Y. and Fregene, M. (2006) Assessment of genetic diversity among African Cassava accessions resistant to the cassava mosaic virus disease using SSR markers. Genetic Resources  and Crop Evolution Journal 53: 1441-1453.
  29. Torkpo, S.K., Danquah, E.Y., Offei, S.K. and Blay, E.T. (2006). Esterase, total protein and seed storage protein diversity in okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L. Moench). West African Journal of Ecology 9: 177-183.
  30. Danquah, A. Offei, S., Blay, E.T., Asare, E. and Danquah, E.Y. (2006) Characterization of A Mutant Population of Cocoyam (Xanthosoma Sagittifolium L. Schott). International Journal of Botany 2 (2): 128-132.
  31. Eleblu, J.S. and Danquah, E.Y. (2006). Application of single nucleotide polymorphisms in crop improvement. Journal of the Ghana Science Association 8: 13-21.
  32. Lokko Y., Dixon, A.G.O., Offei, S.K. and Danquah, E.Y (2009). Genetic relationships among improved cassava accessions and landraces for resistance to the cassava mosaic disease. International Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment 7 (1): 156-162.
  33. Egbadzor K.F., Offei S.K., Danquah E.Y. and Atokple I.D.K. (2010). Variability in thirty-six accessions of sorghum assessed with eight groups of qualitative traits. International Journal of Agriculture 2 (4): 86 - 92.
  34. Sapey E, Offei S.K, Danquah E.Y and Asante I.K. (2012). Assessment of genetic diversity among 60 sorghum accessions in Ghana using Microsatellites. Elixir Bio Tech. 44, 7171-7177.
  35. Egbadzor K.F., Amoako-Attah I, Danquah E.Y, Offei S.K, Ofori K. and Opoku-Agyeman M. O (2012). Relationship between flower, immature pod pigmentation and seed testa of cowpea, International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation 4 (12): 411-415.
  36. Oteng-Frimpong R, Levy Y., Torkpo S.K., Danquah E.Y., Offei S.K. and Gafni  Y. (2012). Complete genome sequencing of two causative viruses of cassava mosaic disease in Ghana. Acta virologica 56: 305 - 314.
  37. Dadzie A.M., Livingstone III D.S., Opoku S.Y. Takram J., Padi F, Offei S.K., Danquah E.Y., Motamayor J.C., Schnell R.J. Kuhn D.N. (2012).  Conversion of microsatellite markers to single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers for genetic fingerprinting of Theobroma cacao L. Journal of Crop Improvement 27 (2): 215-241.
  38. Egbadzor K.F., Yeboah M., Offei S.K., Ofori K. and Danquah E.Y. (2013). Farmers’ key production constraints and traits desired in cowpea in Ghana. Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development 5 (1): 14-20.
  39. Doku, H. A. Danquah E. Y., Amoah, A. N. Nyalemegbe K. and Amoatey, H.M. (2013). Genetic diversity among 18 accessions of African rice (Oryza glaberrima Steud.) using simple sequence repeat markers (SSR). Agricultural Journal 8 (2): 106 - 112.
  40. Asante M.D., Offei S.K., Gracen V., Adu-Dapaah H., Danquah E.Y, Bryant R and McClung A. (2013). Starch physicochemical properties of rice accessions and their association with molecular markers. Starch 65: 1-7.
  41. Egbadzor K.F., Yeboah E., Danquah E.Y., Ofori K. and Offei S.K. (2013). Identification of SNP markers associated with seed size in Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L) Walp) International Journal of Plant Breeding and Genetics 7(2): 115-123: DOI: 10.3923/ijpbg.2013.
  42. Asante MD, Asante BO, Acheampong GK, Offei SK, Gracen V, Adu-Dapaah H, Danquah E.Y. (2013). Farmer and consumer preferences for rice in the Ashanti region of Ghana: Implications for rice breeding in West Africa. Journal of Plant Breeding and Crop Science 5 (12), 229 - 238.
  43. Asante  MD, Asante BO, Acheampong GK, Wiredu  AN, Offei  SK, Gracen V, Adu-Dapaah  H, Danquah  E.Y. (2013). Grain quality and determinants of farmers’ preference for rice varietal traits in three districts in Ghana: Implications for research and policy. Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics 5 (7): 284-294.
  44. Egbadzor, K. F., Dadoza, M., Danquah, E. Y., Yeboah, M., Offei S. K. and Ofori, K. (2013). Genetic Control of Seed Size in Cowpea (Vigna Unguiculata (L.) Walp). International Journal of Agriculture Sciences. 5 (2): 367 - 371.
  45. Somé Koussao, Vernon Gracen, Isaac Asante, Eric Y. Danquah, Jeremy T. Ouedraogo, Tignegre Jean Baptiste, Belem Jerome and Tarpaga M. Vianney (2014).
Diversity analysis of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas [L.] Lam) germplasm from Burkina Faso using morphological and simple sequence repeats markers. African Journal of Biotechnology 13 (6): 729-742.
  46. Adebayo, M.A., Menkir, A., Blay E., Gracen, V., Danquah E., & Hearne S. (2014). Genetic analysis of drought tolerance in adapted x exotic crosses of maize inbred lines under managed stress conditions.  Euphytica 196: 261-270.
  47. Egbadzor, K.F., Yeboah, M., Gamedoagboa, D.K, Offei, S.K., Danquah, E.Y. and Ofori, K. (2014). Inheritance of seed coat colour in cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp). International Journal of Plant Breeding and Genetics 8 (1): 35-43.
  48. Egbadzor, K.F., Danquah, E.Y., Ofori, K. Yeboah, M., and Offei, S.K. (2014). Diversity in 118 cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp) accessions assessed with 16 morphological traits. International Journal of Plant Breeding and Genetics 8 (1): 13-24.
  49. Egbadzor, K.F., Ofori, K., Yeboah, M., Aboagye, L.M., Opoku-Agyeman, M.O., Danquah, E.Y., & Offei, S.K. (2014). Diversity in 113 Cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L) Walp] Accessions assessed with 458 SNP Markers. SpringerPlus 3: 541.
  50. Njoku D.N., Egesi, C.N., Gracen, V.E., Offei, S.K., Asante, I.K. and Danquah, E.Y. (2014). Identification of Pro-vitamin A cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) Varieties for Adaptation and Adoption through Participatory Research. Journal of Crop Improvement 28 (3): 361-376.
  51. Dao, A., Sanou, J., Gracen, V. & Danquah, E.Y. (2014). Heterotic relationship between INERA, CIMMYT and IITA maize inbred lines under drought and well-watered conditions. Maydica 59: 201-210.
  52. Dao, A., Sanou, J., Gracen, V., Michelle, S.E., & Danquah, E.Y. (2014). Genetic diversity among INERA maize inbred lines with single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers and their relationship with CIMMYT, IITA, and temperate lines. BMC Genetics 15: 127.
  53. Adebayo, M.A., Menkir, A., Blay, E., Gracen, V., & Danquah, E.Y.  (2014). Performance-based grouping of adapted and exotic drought-tolerant maize (Zea mays L.) inbred lines under stressed and non-stressed conditions. Maydica 59: 115-123.
  54. Adebayo, M.A., Menkir, A., Blay E., Gracen, V., Danquah, E.Y., & Hearne, S. (2013). Genetic analysis of drought tolerance in adapted x exotic crosses of maize inbred lines under managed stress conditions.   Euphytica, DOI 10.1007/s10681-013-1029-5.
  55. Ifie, B. E., Badu-Apraku, B., Gracen, V., & Danquah, E.Y. (2014). Genetic Analysis of Grain Yield of IITA and CIMMYT Early-maturing Maize Inbreds under Striga-infested and Low-soil Nitrogen Environments. Crop Science, doi:10.2135/cropsci2014.07.0470.
  56. Njoku, D.N., Gracen, V.E., Offei, S.K., Asante, I.K., Danquah, E.Y., Egesi, C.N., & Okogbenin, E. (2014). Molecular marker analysis of F1 progenies and their parents for beta carotene inheritance in African cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz). African Journal of Biotechnology 13 (40): 3999-4007.
  57. Souleymane O., Manneh B., Nartey E., Ofori K., Danquah E.Y. (2015). Genetic Mechanisms Controlling Salt Tolerance in F3 Populations of Rice. International Journal of Plant Breeding and Genetics. ISSN 1819-3595 / DOI: 10.3923/ijpbg.2015.
  58. Souleymane, O., Nartey, E., Manneh, B., Ofori, K., & Danquah, E. (2015). Rice Farmers’ Perception Of Salinity Problem, Their Preferred Varieties And Cropping Environment In Niger, 2(11rice), 291–299.
  59. Adebayo M.A., Menkir A., Gedil M., Blay E., Gracen G, Danquah E., Funmilayo L (2015). Diversity Assessment of Drought Tolerant Exotic and Adapted Maize (Zea mays L.) Inbred Lines with Microsatellite Markers J. Crop Sci. Biotech 18: 147 - 154.
  60. Amissah, JN, Spiller M, Oppong A, Osei-Safo D, Owusu-Darko R, Debener, T, Danquah EY, Addae-Mensah I (2015)  Genetic diversity and cryptolepine concentration of Cryptolepis sanguinolenta (Lindl.) Schlt from selected regions of Ghana. Journal of Applied Research on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (in press). http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jarmap.2015.12.005.
  61. Usman, A., Ofori K., Danquah, E.Y., Offei, S.K. and Ado, S.G. (2015). Genetic analysis of groundnut rosette virus disease in graoundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.). African Journal of Plant Science 9(3): 115-123.
  62. Weil, C., Tuinstra, M., B. Dilkes, C. Addo-Quaye, J. Backlund,  Danquah, E.Y.,  Traore, H.,  Massafaro, M., McKneight, M.,  Azu, E.,  Babcock, N.,  Linville, A.(2015).  Fully Sequence Indexed Collections of Chemically Mutagenized Plants: A Tool for Understanding Gene Function” published In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Animal 51:S16-S17.
  63. Dao, A. Sanou, T., Gracen, V. and Danquah E.Y. (2015). Identifying farmers preferences and constraints to maize production in two agro-ecological zones in Burkina. Agriculture & Food Security 4:1.
  64. Soulemane, O. Nartey, E., Manneh, B. Danquah, E.Y. and Ofori, K. (2016). Phenotypic variability of 20 Rice Genotypes under salt stress. International Journal of Plant Breeding and Genetics. SSN 1819-3595/DOI: 10.3923/ijpbg.2015
  65. Souleymane, O., Manneh, B., Nartey, E., Ofori, K., and Danquah, E. (2016). Agronomic performance of early segregating generations of rice under salt stress in Niger. South African Journal of Plant and Soil, 1862 (March), 1–6. http://doi.org/10.1080/02571862.2016.1141248
  66. Amissah J.N., Spiller A., Oppomg A., Osei-Safo D., Owusu-Darko R. Debener T., Danquah E.Y. and Addae-Mensah I. (2016). Genetic diversity and crytolepine concentration of Crptolepis sanguinolenta (Lindl). Schlt. From selected regions of Ghana. Journal of Applied Research on medicinal and Aromatic Plants 3: 34-51.
  67. Amissah J.N., Osei-Safo D., Asare C.M., Missah-Assihene B., Danquah E.Y. and Addae-Mensah I. (2016). Influence of age and staking on the growth and crytolepine concentration in cultivated in cultivated roots of Crytolepis sanguinolenta (Lindl.) Schlt. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. DOI: 10.5897
  68. Sory, S., Diallo A.G., Teme N. Coulibaly S.B., Coulibaly M.M., Vernon G., Danquah E.Y. (2016). Farmers’ Varietal Preferences, Implications in Improvement of Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L) Moench) and Productivity in Mali. J. Agric. Food. Tech. 6(3): 1-11.
  69. Massaoudou H., Kapran M.B.I., Danquah, E.Y., Ofori, K. Gracen, V. (2016).Combining Ability for Yield and Resistance to Midge Stenodiplosis Sorshicola in Sorghum (Sorghum Bicolor (L.) Moench). J. Plant Breed. Genet. 04(02)2016: 19-33.
  70. Mamadou, C., A., Ntare, B.R., Gracen, V.E., Danquah, E.Y., Ofori, K. (2017). Groundnut Production Constraints and Farmers’ Preferred Varieties in Niger. Intl. Journal of Innovative Science, Engineering & Technology, Vol. 4 (1):202.
  71. Mamadou, C.A, Ntare, B.R., Gracen, V.E. Danquah, E.Y. Ofori, K.  and Mahane, A.S. (2017). Phenotyping Groundnut Genotypes to Identify Sources of Earliness in Niger. Intl. Journal of Innovative Science, Engineering & Technology 4(2): 238 -243.
  72. Mamadou, C.A., Ntare, B.R., Gracen, V., Danquah, E.Y. and Ofori, K. (2017). Evaluation of groundnut mini core to identify sources of tolerance to end of season drought in the Sahel, Niger. Int. J. Plant Breed. Genet., 11:31-38.
  73. Adebayo, A.A., Menkir, A., Blay, E., Gracen, V. and Danquah, E.Y. (2017). Combining Ability and heterosis of elite drought-tolerant maize inbred lines evaluated in diverse environments of lowland tropics. Euphytica 213: 43.
  74. Dao, A., Edgar, J.S., Traoré, V.S., Gracen V., and Danquah, E.Y. (2017). Research ArticleSelection of Drought Tolerant Maize Hybrids Using Path Coefficient Analysis and Selection Index, Pakistan Journal of Biol. Sciences DOI: 10.3923/pjbs.2017.
  75. Prempeh, R., Manu-Aduening, J. A., Asante, B. O., Asante, I. K., Offei S. K., and Danquah E.Y. (7017). Farmers’ knowledge and perceptionof postharvest physiological deterioration in cassava storage roots in Ghana. Agric & Food Security 6:27. DOI 10.1186/s40066-017-0103-y
  76. Ouedraogo, N., Sanou J., Traore, H. Gracen, V. Tongoona,  P. and Danquah, E.Y. (2017). Genetic diversity among sorghum landraces and polymorphism assessment of local improved varieties for stay-green trait. Int. J. Biol. Chem. Sci. 11(1): 1-14.
  77. Sseremba, G., Tongoona, P., Eleblu, J. S. Y., Danquah, E.Y., Pamela Nahamya Kabod, P. N., and Elizabeth Balyejusa Kizito, E. B. (2017). Morphological Distinctiveness between Solanum aethiopicum Shum Group and its Progenitor, Journal of Plant Breeding and Crop Science (Accepted)
  78. Sory, S., Gaoussou, D. A., Mory, C. M., Niaba, T., Gracen, V., and Danquah E.Y., (2017). Genetic Analysis of Various Traits of Hybrids Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L) Moench), Correlated with Drought Tolerance. Plant Biology & Soil Health, Vol.:4, Issue:1
  79. Torkpo, S.K., Offei, S.K., Danquah, E.Y. and Gafni, Y. (2017). Status of cassava mosaic begomoviruses in farmers’ fields in Ghana. AIMS Agriculture and Food 2 (3): 279-289.
  80. Salifou, M., Tignegre, J.B.L.S., Tongoona, P., Offei, S., Ofori, K., and Danquah, E. (2017). Farmers’ Preferred Traits and Perceptions of Cowpea Production and Constraints in Niger. J. Agric. Food. Tech., 7(6): 1-11.
  81. Salifou M., Tignegre J.B.L.S., Tongoona P., Offei S., Ofori K. and Danquah E.Y. (2017). Differential responses of 15 cowpea genotypes to three Striga hot spots in Niger. International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences 11(4):1413. DOI 10.4314/ijbcs.v11i4.2
  82. Osei, M. K., Danquah A., Blay, E. T., Danquah, E. and Adu-Dapaah, H. (2017) An overview of tomato fruit-ripening mutants and their use in increasing shelf life of tomato fruits 12 (51): 3520-3528.
  83. Ribeiro, P.F., Badu-Apraku, B., Gracen, V.E., Danquah, E.Y., Garcia-Oliveira, A.L., Asante, M.D., Afriyie-Debrah ,  C. and Gedil, M. (2017). Identification of QTLs for grain yield and other traits in tropical maize under high and low soil-nitrogen environments. Crop Sci. Accepted Paper, posted 11/03/2017. doi:10.2135/cropsci2017.02.0117.
  84. Soulemane O., Salifou M., Massaoudou H., Manneh B., Danquah E.Y., Ofori K. (2017). Gene action in salinity tolerance and the implication in rice breeding Journal of Plant Breeding and Genetics 5 (3): 115-120.
  85. Souleymane O., Batieno B.J., Manneh B., Ofori K., Danquah E.Y. (2017). Genetic Diversity Assessment of Four Rice Varieties using SNP Markers. European Journal of Engineering Research and Science. DOI 10.24018/ejers.2017.2.12.504
  86. Souleymane, O., Nartey, E., Batieno, T.B.J., Manneh, B., Ofori, K. and Danquah, E (2018). Rice Fields Chemical and Physical; Properties and the Implications on Breeding Strategies. Advances in Agricultural Science 6 (01): 01-12.
  87. Sseremba G., Tongoona, P., Eleblu J., Danquah E.Y., Kaweesi T., Baguma Y., Masanza M and Kizito E.B. (2018). Stability of Solanum aethiopicum Shum accessions under varied water deficit stress levels and identification of pertinent breeding traits for resistance to water shortage. Euphytica 214(11):0014-2336 DOI 10.1007/s10681-017-2097-8
  88. Kanfany, G., Fofana, A., Tongoona, P., Danquah, A., Offei, S., Danquah, E. and Cisse N. (2018). Identification of new sources of resistance for pearl millet downy mildew disease under field conditions. Plant Genetic Resources; 1-4 doi:10.1017/S1479262117000405.
  89. Kanfany, G., Y.A.B. Zoclanclounon, P. Tongoona, A. Danquah, S. Offei, A. Fofana, C. Thiaw, E. Danquah and N. Cisses (2018). Evidence of pathogenic variation in Sclerospora graminicola populations from pearl millet growing regions in Senegal, Journal of Plant Pathology, 1(1): 1-6, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s4216.
  90. Hamidou M., Souley, A.K.M., Kapran, I., Soulemane, O. Danquah, E.Y., Ofori, K., Gracen, V., and Ba M.N. (2018). Genetic Variability and Its Implications on Early Generation Sorghum Lines Selection for Yield, Yield Contributing Traits, and Resistance to Sorghum Midge. International Journal of Agronomy. doi.org/10.1155/2018/1864797.
  91. Abebrese S.O, Dartey P.K.A., Akromah R., Gracen V.E., Offei S.K. & Danquah E.Y. (2018). Genetics of anther indehiscence with exerted stigmas and its application in hybrid rice breeding, Journal of Crop Improvement, DOI:10.1080/15427528.2018.1458675.
  92. Kanfany G., Fofana A., Tongoona P., Danquah A., Offei S., Danquah E. and Cisse N (2018). Estimates of Combining Ability and Heterosis for Yield and Its Related Traits in Pearl Millet Inbred Lines under Downy Mildew Prevalent Areas of Senegal May 2018 International Journal of Agronomy (10):1-12 DOI, 10.1155/2018/3439090.
  93. Sseremba G., Tongoona, P., Eleblu J., Danquah E.Y. and Kizito E.B. (2018). Heritability of drought resistance in Solanum aethiopicum Shum group and combining ability of genotypes for drought tolerance and recovery. Scientia Horticulturae 240 20: 213 - 220.
  94. Sseremba, G., Tongoona, P., Eleblu, J. S. Y., Danquah, E. Y., & Kizito, E. B. (2018). Linear Discriminant Analysis Of Structure Within African Eggplant “Shum,” 26(1), African Crop Science Journal, Vol. 26, No. 1, pp. 37 - 48 ISSN 1021-9730/2018
  95. Norman P.E., Asfaw, P., Tongoona, A.B., Danquah, A., Danquah, E.Y. Koeyer, D.D. Asiedu R. (2018). Pollination Success in Some White Yam Genotypes Under Polycross and Nested Mating Designs. International Journal of Biological Sciences and Applications 5 (2): 19-28 ISSN: 2375-3811
  96. Norman P.E., Asfaw, A. Tongoona, P.B., Danquah, A., Danquah, E.Y. Koeyer, D.D., Asiedu R. (2018) Can parentage analysis facilitate breeding activities in root and tuber crops? Agriculture, 8 (7), 8(7), 1 – 24.
  97. Abebrese S. O., Dartey A.P. K., Akromah, R. Edward G.V., Offei S.K. & Danquah E.Y. (2018). Identification of CMS maintainers and restorers for hybrid rice development in Ghana. Journal of Crop Improvement, 32:5, 690-704. https://doi.org/10.1080/15427528.2018.1488158.
  98. Hamidou M., Souleymane O., Ba M., Danquah E., Kapran I., Gracen V. & Ofori K. (2018): Principal component analysis of early generation sorghum lines for yield-contributing traits and resistance to midge, Journal of Crop Improvement, DOI: 10.1080/15427528.2018.1498423
  99. Osei M.K., Danquah A., Blay E., Danquah E.Y. and Adu-Dapaah H. (2018). Stakeholders’ Perception and Preferences of Post-harvest Quality Traits of Tomato in Ghana, Sustainable Agriculture Research 7(3):93, DOI: 10.5539/sar.v7n3p93.
  100. Awata L.A.O., Tongoona P., Danquah E., Efie B.E. Marchelo-Dragga P.W. (2018). Common Mating Designs in Agricultural Research and Their Reliability in Estimation of Genetic Parameters IOSR Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Science (IOSR-JAVS) 11 (7): 16-36. DOI: 10.9790/2380-1107021636.
  101. Ezenwaka L., D.P.D. Carpio, J-L., Jannik, I., Rabbi, E. Danquah, I. Asante., A. Danquah, E. Blay and C. Egesi (2018). Genone-wide association study of resistance to cassava green mite pest and related traits in cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz). Crop Science 58: 1-12 DOI:10.2135/cropsci2018.01.0024
  102. Drabo, I. Zangare, R., Danquah, E., Ofori, K., Witcombe, J. and Hash, C. (2018). Identifying Farmers’ Preferences and Constraints to Pearl Millet Production in the Sahel and North-Sudan Zones of Burkina Faso. Experimental Agriculture 1-11. Doi:10.10.1017/S001447971800035.
  103. Diakite O.S., Aissata M., Aliou S., Sekouba S., Kouressy M., Michel V., Dzidzienyo D.K., Danquah E., Tongoona P., Traore K. and Teme N. (2018). Brown midrib 6 and 12 genes introgression in two Nigeriam and one Malian sorghum varieties: a practical guide to young scientists with limited molecular facility. Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research 8 (6): 1-10.
  104. Dialli C., Isaacs K., Gracen V., Troure A., Rattunde E.W. Danquah E.Y., Sidibe M., Dzidzienyo D.K., Rattunde F., Nebie B., Sylla A. and Tongoona P.B. (2018). Learning from farmers to improve sorghum breeding objectives and adoption in Mali. Journal of Crop Improvement DOI:10.1080/1542728.2018.1531800.
  105. Diatta, C., Tovignan, T.K., Adoukonou-Sagbadja, H., Aidara, O., Diao, Y., Sarr, M.P., Ifie, B.E., Offei, S.K., Danquah, E.Y., Cisse, N., Development of sorghum hybrids for stable yield and resistance to grain mold for the Center and South-East of Senegal, Crop Protection (2019), doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cropro.2019.02.001
  106. Dawson I.K., Barnes A.P., Jamnadass R., Danquah E.Y., Mumm R.H., Hoad S., Burnett F., Hale I., Mausch K., Hendre P., Powell W. and Revorredo-Giha, C. (2019). Breeders' views on the production of new and orphan crops in Africa: a survey of constraints and opportunities. World Agroforestry Centre 296. DOI: 10.5716/WP19007.PDF
  107. Osei M.K., B. Annor, J. Adjebeng-Danquah, A. Danquah, E. Danquah, E. Blay and H. Adu-Dapaah (2018). Genotype × environment interaction: A prerequisite for tomato variety development. In S.T. Nyaku and A. Danquah (Eds.), Recent Advances in Tomato Breeding and Production (pp. 93-113) London, UK: Intechopen Limited DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.76011 
  108. Osei M.K., R. Prempeh, J. Adjebeng-Danquah, J.A. Opoku, A. Danquah, E. Danquah, E. Blay and H. Adu-Dapaah (2019). Marker-Assisted Selection (MAS): A fast-track tool in tomato breeding. In S.T. Nyaku and A. Danquah (Eds.), Recent Advances in Tomato Breeding and Production (pp. 71-91) London, UK: Intechopen Limited. DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.76007 
  109. Melomey L.D., A. Danquah, S.K. Offei, K. Ofori, E. Danquah and M.K. Osei (2019) Review on Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum, L.) Improvement Programmes in Ghana. In S.T. Nyaku and A. Danquah (Eds.), Recent Advances in Tomato Breeding and Production (pp. 49-69) London, UK: Intechopen Limited. DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.75843
  110. Diallo C., Ratunde H.F.E., Gracen V., Toure A., Nebie B., Leiser W., Dzidzienyo D.K., Sissoko I., Danquah E.Y., Diallo A.G., Sibide B., Sibede M. and Weltzien E. (2019). Genetic Diversification and Selection Strategies for Improving Sorghum Grain Yield Under Phosphorus-Deficient Conditions in West Africa. Agronomy 9, 742; doi:10.3390/agronomy9110742.
  111. Awata, L.A.O., Tongoona, P., Danquah E., Ifie B.E., Suresh L.M., Jumbo M.B, Marchelo-D’ragga P.W. and Sitonik C. (2019). Understanding tropical maize (Zea mays L.): The major monocot in modernization and sustainability of agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa. International Journal of Advance Agricultural Research, 7, 32-77. Doi.org/10.33500/ijaar.2019.07.004
  112. Afolayan G., Deshpande S. P., Aladele S. E., Kolawole A. O., Angarawai I., D. Nwosu J., Michael C., Blay E. T. and. Danquah E. Y. (2019). Genetic diversity assessment of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench) accessions using single nucleotide polymorphism markers Plant Genetic Resources: Characterization and Utilization (2019) 17(5); 412 - 420. doi:10.1017/S1479262119000212.
  113. Awata L.A.O., Beyene Y., Gowda M., Suresh L.M., Jumbo D.B., Tongoona P., Danquah E.Y., Ifie B., Marchelo-Dragga P.W., Olsen M.S., Ogugu V., Mugo S.N., Prasana P.M. (2019). Genetic Analysis of QTL for Resistance to Maize Lethal Necrosis in Multiple Mapping Populations. Genes 11 (1):32. DOI: 10.3390/genes11010032
  114. Ayenan M.A.T., Danquah A., Ampomah-Dwamena C., Sodedji F., Asante I.K., Danquah E.Y. (2019). Accelerating Breeding for Heat Tolerance in Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.): An Integrated Approach. DOI10.3390/agronomy9110720
  115. Diatta E., Tuinstra M.R., Addo-Quaye C., Cisse N., Danquah A., Tngoona P., Danquah E.Y., Weil C.F. (2019). Novel ankyrin-repeat mutant and modifiers of a kafirin mutant improve sorghum protein digestibility. bioRXiV. DOI: 10.1101/863951
  116. Kumba K.Y., Ifie B., Dzidzienyo D., Danquah E.Y., Blay E.T., Whyte J.B.A, Kulakow P., Rabbi I., Parkes E., Omoigui L., Norman P. and Illuebey P. (2019). Genetic characterization of cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) genotypes using agro-morphological and single nucleotide polymorphism markers. Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants 26(8). DOI:  10.1007/s12298-019-00740-x
  117. Mumm R. and Danquah E.Y. (2020). The African Plant Breeders of Tomorrow. African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development 19 (05):15116-15120. DOI: 10.18697/ajfand.88.SILFarmDoc02
  118. Norman P., Agre A.P., Danquah A., Tongoona P.B., Danquah E.Y., de Koeyer D.L., Ikeogu U., Asiedu R. and Asfaw A. (2020). Maternity Assignment in White Guinea Yam (Dioscorea Rotundata) Half-Sib Progenies from Polycross Mating Design Using SNP Markers. Plants 9 (9):527. DOI: 10.3390/plants9040527
  119. Bathe, D., Wang D.R., Drame K.N., Gracen V., Tongoona P.B., Dzidzineyo D., Nartey R., Greenberg A.J., Djiba S., Danquah E.Y., McCouch S.R. (2020). Bridging old and new: Diversity and evaluation of high iron-associated stress response of rice cultivated in W. Africa. Journal of Experimental Botany. DOI: 10.1093/jxb/eraa182
  120. Osei M.K., Danquah E.Y., Danquah A., Blay E., Adu-Dapaah, H. (2020). Hybridity Testing of Tomato F1 progenies derived from parents with varying fruit quality and shelf life using Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNPs). Scientific African 8. DOI: 10.1016/j.sciaf.2020.e00267
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