Adesh Ramsubhag
Adesh Ramsubhag
Professor of Microbiology
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Bacillus subtilis AB1 controls Aeromonas infection in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss, Walbaum)
A Newaj‐Fyzul, AA Adesiyun, A Mutani, A Ramsubhag, J Brunt, B Austin
Journal of applied microbiology 103 (5), 1699-1706, 2007
Biostimulant properties of seaweed extracts in plants: Implications towards sustainable crop production
O Ali, A Ramsubhag, J Jayaraman
Plants 10 (3), 531, 2021
The effect of Ascophyllum nodosum extract on the growth, yield and fruit quality of tomato grown under tropical conditions
N Ali, A Farrell, A Ramsubhag, J Jayaraman
Journal of applied phycology 28, 1353-1362, 2016
Biostimulatory activities of Ascophyllum nodosum extract in tomato and sweet pepper crops in a tropical environment
O Ali, A Ramsubhag, J Jayaraman
PLoS One 14 (5), e0216710, 2019
Microbiological hazard analysis of ready-to-eat meats processed at a food plant in Trinidad, West Indies
SM Syne, A Ramsubhag, AA Adesiyun
Infection ecology & epidemiology 3 (1), 20450, 2013
Saharan dust-a carrier of persistent organic pollutants, metals and microbes to the Caribbean?
VH Garrison, WT Foreman, S Genualdi, DW Griffin, CA Kellogg, ...
Revista de Biología Tropical 54, 9-21, 2006
Wound-healing potential of an ethanol extract of Carica papaya (Caricaceae) seeds
S Nayak, R Ramdeen, A Adogwa, A Ramsubhag, JR Marshall
Int Wound J, 2012
Evaluation of wound healing activity of Lantana camara L.–a Preclinical study
BS Nayak, SS Raju, M Eversley, A Ramsubhag
Phytotherapy Research 23 (2), 241-245, 2009
18 Potential of Compost for Suppressing Plant Diseases
C Martin, Ramsubhag, A
In: Sustainable Crop Disease Management using Natural Products (Eds …, 2015
Prevalence of Bacterial Pathogens and their Antimicrobial Resistance in Tilapia and their Pond Water in Trinidad
A Newaj-Fyzul, A Mutani, A Ramsubhag, Adesiyun, A.A
Zoonoses and Public Health 55, DOI: 10.1111/j.1863-2378.2007.0109, 2007
Topically applied myco-acaricides for the control of cattle ticks: overcoming the challenges
P Polar, D Moore, MTK Kairo, A Ramsubhag
Experimental and Applied Acarology 46, 119-148, 2008
Phytoelicitor activity of three Caribbean seaweed species on suppression of pathogenic infections in tomato plants
A Ramkissoon, A Ramsubhag, J Jayaraman
Journal of Applied Phycology 29 (6), 3235-3244, 2017
Investigation of wound healing activity of Lantana camara L. in Sprague dawley rats using a burn wound model
BS Nayak, SS Raju, A Ramsubhag
Int J Appl Res Nat Pro 1 (1), 15-19, 2008
An assessment of the biodegradation of petroleum hydrocarbons in contaminated soil using non-indigenous, commercial microbes
D Mohammed, A Ramsubhag, DM Beckles
Water, air, and soil pollution 182 (1), 349-356, 2007
Flowering gene regulation in tomato plants treated with brown seaweed extracts
M Dookie, O Ali, A Ramsubhag, J Jayaraman
Scientia Horticulturae 276, 109715, 2021
Assessment of non-point sources of fecal pollution in coastal waters of Puerto Rico and Trinidad
DS Bachoon, S Markand, E Otero, G Perry, A Ramsubaugh
Marine Pollution Bulletin 60 (7), 1117-1121, 2010
Effects and relationships of compost type, aeration and brewing time on compost tea properties, efficacy against Pythium ultimum, phytotoxicity and potential as a …
CCG St. Martin, W Dorinvil, RAI Brathwaite, A Ramsubhag
Biological Agriculture & Horticulture 28 (3), 185-205, 2012
Ascophyllum extract application causes reduction of disease levels in field tomatoes grown in a tropical environment
N Ali, A Ramkissoon, A Ramsubhag, J Jayaraj
Crop Protection 83, 67-75, 2016
Phytoelicitor activity of Sargassum vulgare and Acanthophora spicifera extracts and their prospects for use in vegetable crops for sustainable crop production
O Ali, A Ramsubhag, J Jayaraman
Journal of Applied Phycology 33 (1), 639-651, 2021
Getting into hot water: sick guppies frequent warmer thermal conditions
RS Mohammed, M Reynolds, J James, C Williams, A Mohammed, ...
Oecologia 181, 911-917, 2016
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