Dr. Joseph  Mireku Asomaning
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Dr. Joseph Mireku Asomaning

Forestry Research Institute of Ghana, Ghana

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Seed Science and Technology from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana

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Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
Seed and Seedling
Seed Production
Soil Aggregate Stability
Classical Plant Breeding

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Asomaning, J.M., 2018. A Guidebook for Tree Seed Testing. National Tree Seed Centre, Forestry Research Institute of Ghana, Ghana, Pages: 59.
  2. Sossou, H.S., J.M. Asomaning, E.A. Gaveh, J. Sarkodie-Addo, J.J. Twintoh and F.A.K. Sodedji, 2017. Assessment of seed vigour tests for efficiently determining the physiological potential of Tetrapleura tetraptera (Schum.&Thonn.). J. Exp. Agric. Int., 19: 1-10.
  3. Asomaning, J.M. and M. Sacande, 2016. Response of Terminalia ivorensis A.Chev. seeds to temperature shifts on a temperature gradient plate. Ghana J. For., 32: 24-36.
  4. Ofori, D.A., J.M. Asomaning, T. Peprah, V.K. Agyeman and P. Anjarwalla et al., 2015.. Addressing constraints in propagation of Allanblackia spp. through seed sectioning and air layering. J. Exp. Biol. Agric. Sci., 3: 89-96.
  5. Asomaning, J.M., S. Moctar and N.S. Olympio, 2011. Seed germination in Khaya anthotheca, Entandrophragma angolense and Mansonia altissima-three important indigenous forest tree species in Ghana. Ghana J. For., 27: 33-44.
  6. Asomaning, J.M., N.S. Olympio and M. Sacande, 2011. Desiccation sensitivity and germination of recalcitrant Garcinia kola Heckel seeds. Res. J. Seed Sci., 4: 15-27.
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  7. Asomaning, J.M., M. Sacande and N.S. Olympio, 2011. Water sorption isotherm characteristics of seeds of six indigenous forest tree species in Ghana. West Afr. J. Applied Ecol., 18: 15-28.
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  8. Asomaning, J.M., M. Sacande and N.S. Olympio, 2011. Germination responses of Terminalia superba Engl. and diels seeds on the 2-way grant`s thermogradient plate. Res. J. Seed Sci., 4: 28-39.
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  9. Asomaning, J.M., M. Sacande and N.S. Olympio, 2010. Germination responses of Khaya anthotheca seeds to a range of alternating and constant temperatures provided bythe 2-Way Grant’s thermogradient plate. Ghana J. For., 26: 74-88.