Articles

Molecular markers in bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) breeding.

James Kelly, Lucía Afanado, Seott Haley, Phillip Miklas

1-7 |

Use and diffusion of bean (Mucuna deeringiana) as green manure on the hills of the Atlantic Coast in Honduras.

Daniel Buckles, Ignacio Ponce, Gustavo Sain, Gilmer Medina

15-29 |

Profitability of a corn rotation system with Mucuna sp. in Honduras.

Gustavo Sain, Ignacio Ponce, Erick Borbón

30-49 |

Fodder kilns: a new promissing technology for smaIl dairy farms of the dry tropics.

Romeo Solano, Roberto Rauano, Reyna Zamora

59-66 |

Impact ofthe coro (Zea mays L) hybrids' development in Central America.

H. S. Córdova, H. J. Barreto, J. Crossa

78-87 |

Effect of N-urea on corn yield under a rotation system with a leguminous covering.

H. J. Barreto, C. Pérez, M. R. Fuentes, J. L. Quelme, L. Larios

88-95 |

Tropical corn populations tolerant to acid soils.

H. Ceballos, S. Pandey, E. B. Knapp, J. V. Duque

96-103 |

Technical Notes

Double row versus single row sorghum under irrigation in Northeast Mexico.

Raúl Rodríguez, Heriberto Torres, Héctor Williams, Noé Montes

104-108 |

Virus identification in tomato (Lycoperssicum sculentum L.) in five Departments of Guatemala.

Danilo Dardón, Felipe Calderón, Víctor Salguero, Ramón Lastra, Judith Browmn

109-117 |

Stability study on rice (Oryza sativa L.) advanced lines and varieties.

Guillermo Castañon

118-125 |

Evaluation of yellow corn (Zea mays L.) varieties for tolerance to stunting.

José Ortíz, Félix Navarro, Ramón Celado, Rodolfo Pierre, Fidencio Guerra

126-130 |

Performance ofintersynthetic hybrids generated from reciprocal recurrent selection.

S. K. Vasal, N. Vergara, S. McLean

131-134 |

Progress for tolerance to inbreeding in some tropical maize populations.

S. K. Vasal, N. Vergara, S. McLean

135-139 |