IITAInternational Institute of Tropical Agriculture (Nigeria)
IITAInformation Infrastructure Technology and Applications
IITAIntelligent Information Technology Application (International Symposium)
IITAInstitute of Information Technology Assessment
IITAInstitute for Information Technology Applications
IITAIowa Interpreters and Translators Association
IITAInput Invalid, Target (Identifier)
IITAImage Intensifier Tube Assembly
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"This discovery is very important for the millions of smallholder banana farmers in the region as one of the most effective ways to control any disease is developing resistant varieties," says Nakato, based in IITA, Uganda.
The authors are grateful to the Savanna Agriculture Research Institute (SARI), Ghana, and IITA (Nigeria) for supplying cowpea seeds.
In a special address, Dr Nirkesh Sharma and Dr Divij Suri, founder national executive adviser, respectively, of IITA, both noted that the most important thing educators could do was to inspire young students.
Thus, the current study is using Total asset as the denominator to develop ratios of income from advances to total assets (IATA), Income from investment to the total asset (IITA) and income from free, commission and brokerage income to total assets (FBTA).
Cultivars: Nine improved cowpea cultivars collected from IITA, and a local cultivar (check) were used in this study.
Permanent Secretary for the Agriculture ministry Joseph Iita launched the strategic plan at its Windhoek headquarters last week Friday.
Cardwell first noticed a relationship between aflatoxin exposure and stunting during the mid-1990s, when she was working for the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) in Benin and Nigeria.
The terms and value of the deal were not disclosed but local Nambian publication, New Era, said that it had received confirmation of the deal from Telecom Namibia chairman, Joseph Iita.
This thick proceedings volume presents peer-reviewed papers from the first IITA International Conference on Nanotechnology and Computer Engineering (CNCE) held July 2010 in Qingdao, China; the conference was co-sponsored by the Intelligent Information Technology Application Research Association, Hong Kong, and the National University of Singapore.
Consequently, new genotypes are being developed through breeding and selection (IITA, 1993).
Coincidentally, Kelai collided with Reinhold Iita of Namibia.
Agricultural Research Service plant pathologist Robert Brown and colleague Abebe Menkir, with the Nigeria-based International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), developed the new germplasm after extensively crossbreeding corn lines that discourage growth of the fungus.