Articles by Author: W Anteneh

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  1. Spawning migrations of Lake Tana <em>Labeobarbus</em> spp. (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) in the Ribb River, Ethiopia

    Spawning migrations of Lake Tana <em>Labeobarbus</em> spp. (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) in the Ribb River, Ethiopia

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Aquatic Science
    Spawning migration of the endemic Labeobarbus species of Lake Tana upstream and downstream of a proposed site for a large dam on the Ribb River, Ethiopia, were investigated to assess the dam's potential impact on these fish. Fish were collected...
  2. Inorganic nitrogen application improves the yield and yield traits of common bean (<em>Phaseolus vulgaris</em> L.) irrespective of the indigenous rhizobial population

    Inorganic nitrogen application improves the yield and yield traits of common bean (<em>Phaseolus vulgaris</em> L.) irrespective of the indigenous rhizobial population

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    The effect of number and efficiency of indigenous rhizobia on the need for external inorganic nitrogen (N) application to boost common bean production is unknown. Hence, field experiments were conducted at four locations with soil populations of <100, 100–1 000...
  3. Effect of large weirs on abundance and diversity of migratory <em>Labeobarbus</em> species in tributaries of Lake Tana, Ethiopia

    Effect of large weirs on abundance and diversity of migratory <em>Labeobarbus</em> species in tributaries of Lake Tana, Ethiopia

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Aquatic Science
    Lake Tana has a remarkable fish diversity, including 17 endemic Labeobarbus species, of which nine spawn in the inflowing rivers. Three of the migratory species are threatened, namely the endangered Labeobarbus macrophtalmus and the vulnerable L. acutirostris and L. platydorsus...
  4. Response of soybean to <em>Bradyrhizobium japonicum</em> inoculation and phosphorus application under intercropping in the Central Rift Valley of Ethiopia

    Response of soybean to <em>Bradyrhizobium japonicum</em> inoculation and phosphorus application under intercropping in the Central Rift Valley of Ethiopia

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    Effective nodulation by legumes requires balanced availability of phosphorus (P); however, maximum responses to P can be obtained only when adequate mineral nitrogen or superior symbiotic systems are available. Hence, a field experiment was conducted at Metahara Sugar Estate under...