Subject: Cocoyams

438. The genetics of resistance to cocoyam root rot blight complex disease in Xanthosoma sagittigolium (L.) Schott
A. Agueguia, C. A. Fatokun, and S. K. Hahn

443. In vitro preservation of cocoyam germplasm under reduced temperature and light conditions.
E. Acheampong

448. Cocoyam (Xanthosoma sagittifolium Schott[L.]) hybridization studies: pollen viability and seed germination.
J. T. Tambong and M. Meboka

453. Alafua sunrise and Samoa hybrid improve the production of taro (Colocasia esculenta [L] Schott) in the Pacific.
J. E. Wilson, P. Sivan, and C. Munroe

462. Field evaluation of cocoyam (Xanthosoma sagittifolum [L.] Schott) for tolerance to the root rot disease caused by Pythium myriotylum.
J. G. Wutoh, J. T. Tambong, M. M. Meboka, and S. Nzietchueng

467. Macabo root rot disease in Cameroon: knowledge, occurrence, and incidence in Fako Division.
E. T. Acquah, A. Nnoung, A. Mbassa, and J. C. Mboua

473. Growth and development of Xanthosoma and Colocasia spp.under different spacings.
O. Safo-Kantanka, N. Boateng, and E. B. Chamba

478. Influence of variety, maturity at harvest, chlorination, and packaging on cocoyam (Xanthosoma spp.) in storage
M. R. Bikomo