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Dr. Taye Kufa
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Ecophysiology from University of Bonn, Germany
 
Institute: Coffee, Tea and Spices Research, Ethiopia
 
Area of Interest: Plant and Soil Sciences
  •   Agronomy
  •   Crop Physiology
  •   Agroforestry System
  •   Agricultural Research
 
URL: http://livedna.org/251.1115
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Anteneh, M., A. Atlaw and T. Kufa, 2014. Investigation of coffee seed physical quality, seed health and effect of storage time on viability. Malaysian J. Med. Biol. Res., 1: 86-96.
2:   Ibrahim, M., T. Kufa and K. Belachew, 2015. Effect of pot sizes and coffee cultivars on emergence and subsequent seedling growth of coffee (Coffea arabica L.), south western Ethiopia. J. Nat. Sci. Res., 5: 62-70.
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3:   Ibrahim, M., T. Kufa and K. Belachew, 2015. Growth response of coffee (Coffea arabica L.) cultivars to various transplanting methods at Bonga, south western Ethiopia. J. Nat. Sci. Res., 5: 71-79.
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4:   Kitila, O., S. Alamerew, T. Kufa and W. Garedew, 2011. Genetic diversity analysis of limmu coffee (Coffea arabica L.) collection using quantitative traits in Ethiopia. Int. J. Agric. Res., 6: 470-481.
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5:   Kitila, O., S. Alamerew, T. Kufa and W. Garedew, 2011. Organoleptic characterization of some limu coffee (Coffea arabica L.) germplasm at agaro, Southwestern Ethiopia. Int. J. Agric. Res., 6: 537-549.
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6:   Kitila, O., S. Alamerew, T. Kufa and W. Garedew, 2011. Variability of quantitative traits in limmu coffee (Coffea arabica L.) in Ethiopia. Int. J. Agric. Res., 6: 482-493.
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7:   Kufa, T. and A. Yilma, 2013. Ex-situ performance evaluation of coffee (Coffea arabica) seedlings under different management conditions: II. Root growth characteristics of accessions. Ethiop. J. Crop Sci., 3: 51-63.
8:   Kufa, T. and J. Burkhardt, 2010. Hydraulic characteristics of wild Coffea arabica populations in natural forests of Ethiopia. Gene Conserve, 9: 124-135.
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9:   Kufa, T. and J. Burkhardt, 2011. Hydraulic conductance in seedlings of Coffea arabica L. accessions under contrasting nursery environments at Jimma, southwestern Ethiopia. Ethiop. J. Appl. Sci. Technol., 2: 13-27.
10:   Kufa, T. and J. Burkhardt, 2011. Plant composition and growth of wild Coffea arabica: Implications for management and conservation of natural forest resources. Int. J. Biodivers. Conserv., 3: 131-141.
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11:   Kufa, T. and J. Burkhardt, 2011. Spatial variability in water relations of wild Coffea arabica populations in the montane rainforests of Ethiopia. Ecologia, 1: 31-43.
12:   Kufa, T. and J. Burkhardt, 2011. Stomatal characteristics in Arabica coffee germplasm accessions under contrasting environments at Jimma, Southwestern Ethiopia. Int. J. Bot., 7: 63-72.
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13:   Kufa, T. and J. Burkhardt, 2011. Variations in leaf water potential in the wild Ethiopian Coffea arabica accessions under contrasting nursery environments. J. Agron., 10: 1-11.
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14:   Kufa, T. and J. Burkhardt, 2013. Ex-situ performance evaluation of coffee (Coffea arabica) seedlings under different management conditions: I. Relationship between hydraulic resistances and growth characters. Ethiop. J. Crop Sci., 3: 33-49.
15:   Kufa, T. and J. Burkhardt, 2013. Studies on root growth of Coffea arabica populations and its implication for sustainable management of natural forests. J. Agric. Crop Res., 1: 1-10.
16:   Kufa, T. and J. Burkhardt, 2015. Physiological growth response in seedlings of arabica coffee genotypes under contrasting nursery microenvironments. Plant, 3: 47-56.
17:   Kufa, T., 2011. Chemical properties of wild coffee forest soils in Ethiopia and management implications. Agric. Sci., 2: 443-450.
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18:   Kufa, T., 2012. Biomass production and distribution in seedlings of Coffea arabica genotypes under contrasting nursery environments in southwestern Ethiopia. Agric. Sci., 3: 835-843.
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19:   Kufa, T., 2013. Characterizing major soil physical properties of coffee forest ecosystems in Ethiopia. Int. J. Soil Sci. Agron., 1: 1-9.
20:   Kufa, T., A. Ayano, A. Yilma, T. Kumela and W. Tefera, 2011. The contribution of coffee research for coffee seed development in Ethiopia. E3 J. Agric. Res. Dev., 1: 9-16.
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21:   Kufa, T., T. Kumela and W. Tefera, 2012. Challenges and Opportunities in the Coffee Seed System of Ethiopia. In: The Defining Moments in Ethiopian Seed System. Wold, A.T., A. Fikre, D. Alemu, L. Desalegn and A. Kirub (Ed.). Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, Addis Abeba, Ethiopia., pp: 511-524..
22:   Kufa, T., T. Shimber, A. Netsere, A. Yilma and E. Taye, 2001. The impact of close spacing on yield of Arabica coffee under contrasting Agro-ecologies of Ethiopia. Afr. Crop Sci. J., 9: 401-409.
23:   Meal, G.W. S. Alemerew, T. Kufa and T. Benti, 2013. Genetic diversity analysis of some Ethiopian specialty coffee (Coffea arabica) germplasm accessions based on morphological traits. Time J. Agric. Vet. Sci., 1: 47-54.
24:   Michael, G.W., S. Alamerew and T. Kufa, 2014. Genotypic correlation and path coefficient analysis of organoleptic quality attributes of some Ethiopian specialty coffee (Coffea arabica L.) accessions. Sky J. Agric. Res., 3: 46-52.
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25:   Michael, G.W., S. Alamerew and T. Kufa, 2015. Genetic diversity analysis of some Ethiopian specialty coffee (Coffea arabica L.) accessions for cup quality attributing Traits. J. Biol. Agric. Healthcare, 5: 88-95.
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26:   Netsere, A. and T. Kufa, 2015. Intercropping of arabica coffee with turmeric (Curcuma longa) and ginger (Zingiber officinale rose) at Tepi. J. Biol. Agric. Healthcare, 5: 65-68.
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27:   Taye, K. and J. Burkhardt, 2013. Hydraulic resistances in seedlings of Coffea arabica accessions under contrasting shade regimes in southwestern Ethiopia. J. Agric. Sci., 151: 682-692.
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28:   Taye, K., S. Tesfaye and Y. Alemseged, 2004. Intercropping coffee with sweet orange at Jimma agricultural research center, Ethiopia. J. Cafe Cocoa, 5: 17-21.
29:   Taye, K., S. Tesfaye, N. Anteneh and Y. Alemseged, 2004. The roles of improved management practices to control coffee branch die-back in southwestern Ethiopia. J. Cafe Cocoa, 5: 11-16.
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30:   Temesgen, J., T. Kufa and Z. Wondimu, 2015. Effect of plant density of hybrid maize and common bean varieties on the productivity of intercropping system at Jimma, South West Ethiopia. Global J. Life Sci. Biol. Res., 1: 9-19.
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31:   Tessema, A., S. Alamerew, T. Kufa and W. Garede, 2011. Variability and association of quality and biochemical attributes in some promising Coffea arabica germplasm collections in Southwestern Ethiopia. Int. J. Plant Bree. Genet., 5: 302-316.
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32:   Tessema, A., T. Kufa, S. Alamerew and W. Garedew, 2011. Genetic diversity analysis for quality attributes of some promising Coffea arabica germplasm collections in southwestern Ethiopia. Int. J. Biol. Sci., 11: 236-244.
33:   Tirfe, E., T. Kufa and A. Mohammed, 2015. Liquor quality performance of some early released coffee varieties at three locations in south-west Ethiopia. World J. Dairy Food Sci., 10: 110-116.
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34:   Tirfe, E., T. Kufa, A. Mohammed and Y. Gebremedhin, 2015. Physical quality performance of some early released coffee varieties at three locations in south-west Ethiopia. Food Sci. Qual. Manage., 37: 82-89.
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