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Chief Dr Blessed Okole
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Micro-cross sections of banana and plantains (Musa spp.): morphogenesis and regeneration of callus and shoot buds
BN Okole, FA Schulz
Plant Science 116 (2), 185-195, 1996
851996
Analysis of pan-African Centres of excellence in health innovation highlights opportunities and challenges for local innovation and financing in the continent
S Nwaka, A Ochem, D Besson, B Ramirez, F Fakorede, S Botros, ...
BMC international health and human rights 12 (1), 1-15, 2012
582012
Selection ofMycosphaerella fijiensis-resistant cell lines from micro-cross sections of banana and plantain
BN Okole, FA Schulz
Plant Cell Reports 16 (5), 339-343, 1997
301997
A general model for training the next generation of biotechnology entrepreneurs based on recent experience of USA-UK-South Africa collaborations
KJ Kunert, B Okole, BJ Vorster, NJ Brewin, CA Cullis
Journal of Commercial Biotechnology 18 (4), 63-66, 2012
112012
Field Evaluation of Two Conventional and Three Micropropagated Cavendish Banana Cultivars Over A Six Crop Cycle In A Commercial Plantation in The Tropics
EG Fonsah, CA Adamu, B Okole, B Mullinex
Journal on Fruit Crops in Temperate, Mediterranean, Subtropical and Tropical …, 2007
92007
Field evaluation of Cavendish banana cultivars propagated either by suckers or by tissue culture, over six crop cycles in the tropics
EG Fonsah, CA Adamu, BN Okole, BG Mullinix
Fruits 62 (4), 205-212, 2007
82007
Protection of phenylpropanoid metabolism by prior heat treatment in Lycopersicon esculentum exposed to Ralstonia solanacearum
KG Kuun, B Okole, L Bornman
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 39 (10), 871-880, 2001
62001
Non-conventional breeding approaches for banana and plantain improvement against fungal diseases at AECI.
B Okole, C Memela, S Rademan, KJ Kunert, M Brunette
Acta Horticulturae, 207-214, 2000
52000
Selection of banana and plantain (Musa spp.) tissues resistant to toxins produced by Mycosphaerella species using tissue culture techniques.
BN Okole
Selection of banana and plantain (Musa spp.) tissues resistant to toxins …, 1995
51995
Review on the Use of Kojic Acid—A Skin-Lightening Ingredient
V Phasha, J Senabe, P Ndzotoyi, B Okole, G Fouche, A Chuturgoon
Cosmetics 9 (3), 64, 2022
32022
Mass-screening techniques for early selection of banana and plantain crops resistant to major diseases and pests
B Okole
Mass Screening Techniques for Selecting Crops Resistant to Disease, 2010
32010
In vitro rooting of hoodia plants
BN Okole, N Moodley
US Patent App. 11/737,911, 2008
32008
Use of herbal extract-based nanoemulsions for hair care application
B Okole, SK Pillai, P Ndzotoyi, V Phasha
Nanotechnology for the preparation of cosmetics using plant-Based extracts …, 2022
12022
Bacillus spp as a biological control agent against panama disease in banana
WHN Gumede, PJ Van Zyl, B Okole, R Lalloo
12006
Selection of banana and plantain (Musa spp.) resistant to toxins produced by Mycosphaerella species using in vitro culture techniques
BN Okole, FA Schulz
International Symposium on Genetic Improvement of Bananas for Resistance to …, 1993
11993
In vitro study on efficacy of PHELA, an African traditional drug against SARS-CoV-2
MG Matsabisa, K Alexandre, CU Ibeji, S Tripathy, OL Erukainure, K Malatji, ...
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 1-12, 2022
2022
Every morsel counts: the valorisation of food waste in a circular economy
B Okole, B Sithole
CSIR Science Scope 19 (1), 23-23, 2022
2022
Emerging cannabis industry requires fertile soil
B Okole
CSIR Science Scope 17 (1), 42-45, 2021
2021
CSIR-DSI collaboration yields results for six traditional health practitioners
B Okole
CSIR Science Scope 17 (1), 6-7, 2021
2021
Supporting food security and economic development through circular agriculture
B Okole, G Gordon, B Brown, B Pillay, C Schoeman, L Godfrey
THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY AS DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY, 18, 2021
2021
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