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Laberge, G. and Haussmann, B.I.G. and Ambus, P. and H√łgh-Jensen, H. (2011) Cowpea N rhizodeposition and its below-ground transfer to a co-existing and to a subsequent millet crop on a sandy soil of the Sudano-Sahelian eco-zone. Plant and Soil, 340 (1-2). pp. 369-382.

Li, Y. and Bhosale, S. and Haussmann, B.I.G. and Stich, B. and Melchinger, A.E. and Parzies, H.K. (2010) Genetic diversity and linkage disequilibrium of two homologous genes to maize D8: sorghum SbD8 and pearl millet PgD8. Journal of Plant Breeding and Crop Science, 2 (5). pp. 117-128.

Omanya, G.O. and Haussmann, B.I.G. and Hess, D.E. and Reddy, B.V.S. and Kayentao, M. and Welz, H.G. and Geiger, H.H. (2004) Utility of indirect and direct selection traits for improving Striga resistance in two sorghum recombinant inbred populations. Field Crops Research, 89 (2-3). pp. 237-252.

Haussmann, B.I.G. and Mahalakshmi, V. and Reddy, B.V.S. and Seetharama, N. and Hash, C.T. and Geiger, H.H. (2002) QTL mapping of stay-green in two sorghum recombinant inbred populations. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 106 (1). pp. 133-142.

Haussmann, B.I.G. and Hess, D.E. and Sissoko, I. and Kayentao, M. and Reddy, B.V.S. and Welz, H.G. and Geiger, H.H. (2001) Diallel analysis of sooty stripe resistance in sorghum. Euphytica, 122 (1). pp. 99-104.

Haussmann, B.I.G. and Hess, D.E. and Reddy, B.V.S. and Welz, H.G. and Geiger, H.H. (2000) Analysis of resistance to Striga hermonthica in diallel crosses of sorghum. Euphytica, 116 (1). pp. 33-40.

Haussmann, B.I.G. and Hess, D.E. and Welz, H.G. and Geiger, H.H. (2000) Improved methodologies for breeding striga-resistant sorghums. Field Crops Research, 66 (3). pp. 195-211.

Haussmann, B.I.G. and Obilana, A.B. and Ayiecho, P.O. and Blum, A. and Schipprack, W. and Geiger, H.W. (1999) Quantitative-genetic parameters of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench) grown in semi-arid areas of Kenya. Euphytica, 105 (2). pp. 109-118.

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