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ISHS Acta Horticulturae 757

I International Symposium on Breadfruit Research and Development

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This title is available in ActaHort CD-rom format only - not available in print format
Conveners   M.B. Taylor, J. Woodend, D. Ragone 
Editors   D. Ragone, M.B. Taylor 
Publication
date  
11 November 2007 
ISBN   978-90-66056-50-3 
ISSN   0567-7572 
Number of articles   33 
Volumes  
Place   Nadi, Fiji 
Online articles:
BREADFRUIT: DIVERSITY, CONSERVATION AND POTENTIAL (D. Ragone)
DOCUMENTATION OF POLICIES AND STRATEGIES RELATING TO UNDERUTILISED SPECIES (A. Quartermain)
AN OVERVIEW OF FOREST GENETIC RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT IN THE PACIFIC (C. Padolina)
BREADFRUIT IN THE PACIFIC REGION (M.B. Taylor, V.S. Tuia)
AN OVERVIEW OF BREADFRUIT (ARTOCARPUS ALTILIS) IN THE CARIBBEAN (L.B. Roberts-Nkrumah)
OVERVIEW OF THE STATUS OF BREADFRUIT IN AFRICA (T.O. Omobuwajo)
BREADFRUIT IN THE ASIAN REGION-FOCUS ON SRI LANKA (I. Medagoda)
DEVELOPING AND APPLYING DESCRIPTORS FOR BREADFRUIT GERMPLASM (D. Ragone, J. Wiseman)
VANUATU BREADFRUIT PROJECT: SURVEY ON BOTANICAL DIVERSITY AND TRADITIONAL USES OF ARTOCARPUS ALTILIS (M. Navarro, S. Malres, J.P. Labouisse, O. Roupsard)
HORTICULTURAL EVALUATION OF FIVE INTRODUCED AND ONE LOCAL BREADFRUIT CULTIVAR IN NEW CALEDONIA (S. Lebegin, Z. Lemerre Desprez, F. Mademba-Sy)
BREADFRUIT IMPROVEMENT ACTIVITIES IN KIRIBATI (T. Redfern)
THE IMPORTANCE AND USE OF BREADFRUIT CULTIVARS IN POHNPEI, FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA (A.S. Lorens, L. Englberger)
BREADFRUIT IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA (A. Quartermain )
WHY DOES ARTOCARPUS ALTILIS REMAIN A BACKYARD TREE IN THE REPUBLIC OF BENIN? (G. Gbčhounou)
BREADFRUIT AS A KEY COMPONENT OF SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS IN NIGERIA: PROSPECTS, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES (T.O. Omobuwajo )
CONSERVATION AND USE OF BREADFRUIT: GHANAIAN PERSPECTIVE (D.K. Gamedoagbao, S.O. Bennett-Lartey)
BREADFRUIT PRODUCTION IN TANZANIA: CURRENT STATUS AND POTENTIAL (A.P. Maerere, E.R. Mgembe)
HISTORY AND USE OF BREADFRUIT IN THE SEYCHELLES (A.-M. Moustache, M. Moustache)
BREADFRUIT - THE AUSTRALIAN SCENE (R. Goebel)
GRAFTING OF BREADFRUIT (ARTOCARPUS ALTILIS) USING BREADNUT (ARTOCARPUS CAMANSI) AS ROOT STOCK (I. Medagoda, W.M.C.J. Kumari Chandrarathna)
IN VITRO REGENERATION OF ARTOCARPUS CAMANSI AND ARTOCARPUS ALTILIS (J. Rouse-Miller, E. Julian Duncan)
STUDIES ON IN VITRO CULTURE OF BREADFRUIT CULTIVARS IN THE PACIFIC (V.S. Tuia, M.B. Taylor, D. Ragone)
MASS-PROPAGATION AND BIOREACTOR-BASED TECHNOLOGIES FOR GERMPLASM CONSERVATION, EVALUATION AND INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF BREADFRUIT (W.L. Shi, P.K. Saxena, S.J. Murch, D. Ragone)
BREADFRUIT STUDIES AT THE FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY UNIT, UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES, ST. AUGUSTINE, TRINIDAD (G.S.H. Baccus-Taylor, J.O. Akingbala)
A REVIEW OF POSTHARVEST STORAGE TECHNOLOGY OF BREADFRUIT (C.K. Sankat, R. Maharaj)
SCREENING OF SELECTED BREADFRUIT CULTIVARS FOR CAROTENOIDS AND RELATED HEALTH BENEFITS IN MICRONESIA (L. Englberger, J. Alfred, A. Lorens, T. Iuta)
THE AMINO ACID, FATTY ACID AND CARBOHYDRATE CONTENT OF ARTOCARPUS ALTILIS (BREADFRUIT); THE WHITE HEART CULTIVAR FROM THE WEST INDIES (K.D. Golden, O.J. Williams)
BREADFRUIT AS A CANDIDATE FOR PROCESSING (R. Beyer)
FORMULATION OF AN INFANT FOOD BASED ON BREADFRUIT (ARTOCARPUS ALTILIS) AND BREADNUT (ARTOCARPUS CAMANSI) (F.C. Nelson-Quartey, F.K. Amagloh , I.N. Oduro, W.O. Ellis)
COLOUR AND SENSORY CHARACTERISTICS OF FRIED CHIPS FROM THREE BREADFRUIT (ARTOCARPUS ALTILIS) CULTIVARS (K.T. Roberts, N. Badrie, L. Roberts-Nkrumah)
BREADFRUIT IN SAMOA: THE PAST, SOME RECENT STUDIES, CURRENT ACTIVITIES AND FUTURE POTENTIAL (P. Tuivavalagi, L. Samuelu)
SYSTEMS APPROACH TO IMPROVE BREADFRUIT EXPORTS IN FIJI (L. Tirimaidoka, N. Waqa, R. Masamdu)
A REVIEW OF FRESH BREADFRUIT EXPORTS FROM FIJI (K.N. Stice, A.M. McGregor, S.N. Kumar)
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