PUBLICATIONS

1.      Alam, M. and Hudson, C. 1976. Root borer outbreak, January 1976.  Barbados Sug. Indust. Rev. 27, 2-7.

2.      Baker, R.E.D., Martyn, E.B., and Stevenson, G.C. 1953. Sugar cane diseases in the  Caribbean. Proc. Int. Soc. Sug. Cane Technol. 8, 895-902.

3.      Bennett, F.D. 1962. Outbreaks of Elasmopalpus lignosellus (Zell.) (Lepidoptera: Phycitidae) on sugar-cane in Jamaica,  Barbados and St. Kitts. Trop. Agri. (Trin.) 39(2), 153-156.

4.      Bennett, F.D., and Pschorn-Walcher. 1969. Recent investigations on the biological control of Diatraea spp. in the Lesser Antilles and  Trinidad. Proc. Int. Soc. Sug. Cane Technol.13, 1321-1330.

5.       Blackburn, F.H.B. 1954. Further development in froghopper control. Proc. W. Indies Sug. Technol. 1954, 137-140.

6.       Blackburn, F. 1984. Sugar-cane.  Longman,  New York.

7.      Bovell, J.R. 1890. Report on the results obtained upon the experimental fields at Dodds reformatory,  Barbados.

8.      Bovell, J.R. 1899. Report on agricultural experiments conducted in  Barbados 1898 to 1900.

9.      Chave, J., Kennedy, A. J. and Rao, P. S. 1994.  A review of breeding and selection in the West Indies Sugarcane Breeding and Evaluation Network (WISBEN).II Localised selection programmes. Proc. WIST XXV Conf, Belize, 92-100.

10.  de Boer, H., Kennedy, A. J. and Bellamy, S. 1992. A preliminary analysis of strip trials designed for the evaluation of sugar cane varieties in  Barbados. Proc 10th Ann .Conf. BSTA,  Barbados, 56-60.

11.   Harrison, J.B. and Bovell J.R. 1888. Report on the results obtained upon the experimental fields at Dodds reformatory,  Barbados.

12.   Harrison, J.B. and Bovell J.R. 1889. Report on the results obtained upon the experimental fields at Dodds reformatory,  Barbados.

13.  Innis, B de L. 1953. The methods and policy used in sugar cane breeding and selection at the B.W.I. Central Sugar Cane Breeding Station and the results achieved to date. Proc. Int. Soc. Sugar Cane Tech., 1953.

14.  Kennedy, A. J. 1978. Analysis of sugar cane variety trials 1. Components of variance and genotype-environment interaction. Euphytica 27, 767-775.

15.  Kennedy, A. J., Chave, J. and Rao, P. S. 1994. A review of breeding and selection in the West Indies Sugarcane Breeding and Evaluation Network (WISBEN).III Replicated yield trials. Proc. WIST XXV  Conf.,  Belize, 166-173.

16.  Kennedy, A. J. 1997. Contribution of plant breeding to the improvement of tropical agriculture: the case of the traditional export crops sugar cane, cocoa and banana. Advances in Tropical Agriculture in the 20th and Prospects for the 21st Century: TA2000. Special edition of Tropical Agriculture. Proc. TA 2000, September. 1994. 104-111.

17.  Kennedy, A. J. 1997. Genetic base broadening through introgression in WISBEN. Proc Conf. On 50th Anniversary of Jovellanos Research  Station,  Cuba, 1997.

18.  Kennedy, A. J. 1997. Recurrent selection for improvement of quality in sugar cane and its implications for breeding and selection of new varieties. Proc WIST XXVI  Conf.,  Guyana. 88-96.

19.  Kennedy, A. J. 1997. The role of family selection in the improvement of sugar cane. Proc Conf. On 50th Anniversary of Jovellanos Research  Station,  Cuba, 1997.

20.  Kennedy, A. J. and Bellamy, S. 1997. The experimental basis and practical application of family selection as a tool in the early stages of selection of varieties of sugar cane in  Barbados. Proc WIST XXVI Conf.   Guyana. 56-63.

21.  Kennedy A. J. 1998.  Review of selection procedures of the West Indies Sugarcane Breeding and Evaluation Network. 5th ISSCT Breeders  Workshop,  Mauritius.

22.  Kennedy, A. J. 2000. Building parental populations with very high sucrose content through recurrent selection. 6th ISSCT Breeders  Workshop,  Barbados.

23.  Kennedy, A. J. 2000. Genetic base broadening in sugar cane. Invited paper for FAO/IPGRI Workshop on "Broadening the genetic base of crops”.  Hamburg,  Germany.

24.  Kennedy, A. J. 2001. Genetic base broadening in the  West Indies sugarcane breeding programme by the incorporation of wild species. Pages 283-294 in "broadening the genetic base of crop production” Edited by Cooper, H.D., Spillane, C. and Hodgkin, T. CABI Publications, U. K.

25.  Kennedy, A. J. 2001. The exploitation of parents with extreme sucrose content in breeding of improved sugar cane varieties for the  Caribbean. Proceedings XXVII West Indies Sugar Technology Conference,  Port of Spain, Trinidad, September, 2001.

26.  Kennedy, A. J. 2003. The impact of parents with very high sucrose content on the variety selection programme in  Barbados. 7th ISSCT Breeders Workshop.  Durban,  South Africa, May 2003.

27.  Kennedy, A. J. 2004. Prospects for breeding varieties for the  Caribbean with very high sucrose content. Proc. 28th West Indies Sugar Technologists Conf.  Barbados June 2004.

28.  Kennedy, A. 2004. West Indies Central Sugar Cane Breeding Station. International Sugar Journal. 672,675 and 706.

29.  Kennedy, A. 2005. Breeding improved cultivars for the  Caribbean by utilization of total biomass production. Proc. ISSCT Congress, 25, 491-499.

30.  McIntosh, A.E.S. 1932. An investigation into the evolution of sugar cane varieties by breeding in  Barbados, 1887-1925, with a discussion on the application of the findings to the present day scheme of work. Dept. Sci. and Agri.  Barbados, Agric. Jour., 1(1).

31.  Mcintosh, A.E.S. 1934. Sugar cane growth measurements in  Barbados. Dept. Sci. and Agri.  Barbados, Agric. Jour., 3(1).

32.  McIntosh, A.E.S. 1944. Nobilisation in cane breeding at the British West Indies Central Sugar Cane Breeding Station and its practical results to date. Proc. Br. W. Indies Sug. Technol. 1944, 26-40.

33.  Rao, P.S. 1972. Radiosensitivity and non-flowering mutants in sugarcane. Proc. Int. Soc. Sug. Cane Technol., 14, 408-412.

34.  Rao, P.S. 1977. Effects of flowering on yield and quality of sugarcane. Exp. Agric. 13, 381-387.

35.  Rao, P.S. 1980. Fertility, seed storage and seed viability in sugar cane. Proc. Int. Soc. Sug. Cane Technol., 16.

36.  Rao, P.S. 1982. Sugarcane seed storage for breeding and genetic conservation. Proc. 3rd. Inter-American Sugarcane Seminar, 1982.

37.  Rao, P. S., Kennedy, A. J. and Chave, J. 1994. A review of breeding and selection in the West Indies Sugarcane Breeding and Evaluation Network (WISBEN). I. Central breeding and collaboration. Proc. WIST XXV  Conf.,  Belize, 23-27.

38.  Rao, P. S. and Gardiner, J.  1997. Varietal change and diversity in the Sugar Association of Caribbean member countries. Proc.  WISTXXVI,  Guyana, 41-55.

39.  Rao, P. S. and Kennedy, A. J. 1998. Genetic Base an breeding considerations for the West Indies Sugarcane Breeding and Evaluation Network. 5th ISSCT Breeders  Workshop,  Mauritius.

40.  Rao, P. S. and Kennedy, A. J. 2000. Genetic base broadening of sugar cane in the  West Indies by incorporation of wild germplasm into the breeding population. (Poster) 3rd International Crop Science Congress.  Hamburg,  Germany.

41.  Rao, P. S. and Kennedy, A. J.  2004. Genetic improvement of sugar cane for sugar, fibre and biomass. Proc. National Agricultural Conference.  Barbados July, 2004.

42.  Rao, P.S., Davis, H. and Simpson, C. 2007. New sugarcane varieties and year round sugar and ethanol production with bagasse based cogeneration in  Barbados and  Guyana.  Proc. Int. Soc. Sugar Cane Technol., (CD-ROM) 26: 8 pages.

43.  Simmonds, N.W. 1979. The impact of plant breeding on sugar-cane yields in  Barbados. Trop. Agric. ( Trinidad) 56(4), 289- 300.

44.  Simmonds, N.W. and  Walker, D.I.T. 1986. An economic selection index for sugar cane breeding. Euphytica 35, 311-317.

45.  Stevenson, G.C. 1945. Sugar cane varieties in  Barbados: an historical review. B.W.I. Cent. Sugar Cane Breeding Stn. Bull. No. 37.

46.  Stevenson, G.C. 1959. Inbreeding with sugar cane in  Barbados. Proc. Int. Soc. Sugar Cane Tech, 1959.

47.  Stevenson, G.C. 1960. Sugar cane varieties in  Barbados, An historical review. B.W.I. Central Sugar Cane  Breding Station,  Barbados, Bulletin 39:29pp.

48.  Stevenson G.C. 1965. Genetics and Breeding of sugar cane. Longmans,  London.

49.   Walker, D.I.T. 1962. Family performance at early selection stages as a guide to the breeding programme. Proc. Int. Soc. Sug. Cane Technol., 11, 469-483.

50.   Walker, D.I.T. and  Sisodia,  N.S. 1969. Induction of a nonflowering mutant in sugarcane (Saccharum sp.). Crop Science 9, 551-552.

51.   Walker, D.I.T. 1971. Utilisation of noble and Sspontaneum germplasm in the  West Indies. Proc. Int. Soc. Sugar Cane Tech 14, 224-232.

52.   Walker, D.I.T., MacColl, D. and Rao, P.S. 1977. Aspects of the use of Saccharum spontaneum in the  West Indies programme. Proc. Int. Soc. Sugar Cane Tech, 16.

53.   Walker, D.I.T. and Simmonds, N.W. 1980. Comparisons of the performance of sugarcane varieties in trials and in agriculture. Exp. Agric. 17, 137-144.

54.   Walker, D.I.T. 1982. 1932-1982, A Jubilee Review of the  West Indies Central Sugar Cane Breeding Station. WIST Conf. St. Kitts.

55.   Walker, D.I.T. 1982. Decentralised testing of varieties in the  Caribbean region. Proc. 3rd Inter-American Sugarcane Seminar, 1982.

56.   Walker, D.I.T. 1987. Manipulating genetic base of sugar cane. In Copersucar International Sugarcane Breeding Workshop, Coperrsucar,  Sao Paulo,  Brazil, 321-334.

57.  Whittle, A.M. 1981. Sugar-cane variety exchange in the  Caribbean. FAO Plant Protection Bulletin 29, 4-7.

58.  Whittle, A. M. 1982. Yield loss in sugar-cane due to culmicolous smut infection. Trop. Agric. ( Trinidad) 59(3), 239-242.

59.  Whittle, A.M. and  Walker, D.I.T. 1982. Interpretation of sugarcane smut susceptibility trials. Tropical  Pest Management 28(3), 228-237.

60.  Wyatt, S. C. and Kennedy, A.J.  (2004). Advances in Sugarcane Biotechnology. Proc. 28th West Indies Sugar Technologists Conf.  Barbados June 2004.