Abera, A., F. Lemessa and D. Muleta, 2011. The antifungal activity of some medicinal plants against coffee berry disease caused by Colletotrichum kahawae
. Int. J. Agric. Res., 6: 268-279.CrossRef | Direct Link |
Adane, L. and D. Muleta, 2011. Survey on usage of plastic bags, their disposal and adverse impacts on environment: A case study in jimma city, southwestern ethiopia. J. Toxicol. Environ. Health Sci., 3: 234-248.
Arthurson, V., K. Hjort, D. Muleta, L. Jaderlund and U. Granhall, 2011. Effects on Glomus mosseae
root colonization by Paenibacillus polymyxa
and Paenibacillus brasilensis
strains as related to soil P-availability in winter wheat. Applied Environ. Soil Sci. (In Press). 10.1155/2011/298097.CrossRef | Direct Link |
Mitchell, C., D. Belew, A. Debela, D. Muleta and S. Fikreyesus, 2011. The farmer and her husband: Engendering the curriculum in a faculty of agriculture in an ethiopian university. Agenda J. (In press). .
Muleta, D. and M. Ashenafi, 2000. Some street-vended foods from Addis Ababa: Microbiological and socio-economic descriptions. Ethiopian J. Health Sci., 10: 89-100.
Muleta, D. and M. Ashenafi, 2001. Bacteriological profile and holding temperatures of street-vended foods from Addis Ababa. Int. J. Environ. Health Res., 11: 95-105.PubMed |
Muleta, D. and M. Ashenafi, 2001. Salmonella, Shigella and growth potential of other food-born pathogens in Ethiopian street-vended foods. East Afr. Med. J., 78: 576-580.PubMed |
Muleta, D., 2009. Phosphate Solubilizing Microbes: Potentials and Success in Greeenhouse and Field Applications. In: Phosphate Solubilizing Microbes for Crop Improvement, Khan, M.S., A. Zaidi (Eds.)., Nova Science Publishers Inc., New York, (ISBN: 978-1-60876-112-8), pp: 281-308..
Muleta, D., 2010. Legume Response to Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Inoculation in Sustainable Agriculture. In: Microbes for Legume Improvement, Khan, M.S., A. Zaidi, J. Musarrat (Eds.)., SpringerWien, New York, pp: 293-323.
Muleta, D., F. Assefa and U. Granhall, 2007. In vitro
antagonism of rhizobacteria isolated from Coffea arabica
L. against emerging fungal coffee pathogens. Eng. Life Sci., 7: 577-586.CrossRef |
Muleta, D., F. Assefa and U. Granhall, 2007. In vitro antagonism of rhizobacteria isolated from Coffea arabica L. against emerging fungal coffee pathogens. Proseedings of the First International DOM Symposium on Microbial Formulation, December 4-5, 2007, Uppsala, Sweden. -.
Muleta, D., F. Assefa, K. Hjort, S. Roos and U. Granhall, 2009. Characterization of rhizobacteria isolated from wild Coffea arabica
L. Eng. Life Sci., 9: 100-108.CrossRef |
Muleta, D., F. Assefa, S. Nemomissa and U. Granhall, 2007. Composition of coffee shade tree species and density of indigenous arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) spores in Bonga natural coffee forest, southwestern Ethiopia. For. Ecol. Manage., 241: 145-154.CrossRef |
Muleta, D., F. Assefa, S. Nemomissa and U. Granhall, 2008. Distribution of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi spores in soils of smallholder agroforestry and monocultural coffee systems in southwestern Ethiopia. Biol. Fert. Soils, 44: 653-659.CrossRef |
Muleta, D., F. Assefa, S. Nemomissa and U. Granhall., 2011. Socioeconomic benefits of shade trees in coffee production systems in bonga and yayu-hurumu districts, southwestern ethiopia: farmers' perceptions. Ethiopian J. Educ. Sci., (In Press). .
Muleta, D., S. Gebre-Selassie and H. Nida, 2004. Isolation and antimicrobial susceptibility patterns of bacterial pathogens causing otitis media in children in Jimma Hospital, Southwestern Ethiopia. Ethiopian J. Health Sci., 14: 89-100.