Walter Ajambang Nchu from Cameroon – an MSc. (S2) Alumni Associated with PMB Lab – IPB

Manuscript acceptance

Walter Ajambang Nchu manuscript about diversity of oil palm accessions from Cameroon is accepted for publication in African Journal of Biotechnology.

Walter Ajambang Nchu was an MSc. (S2) alumnus associated with PMB Lab., Department of Agronomy, Fac. Agriculture, IPB. He has gotten his MSc. (S2) about a year or two ago. For his MSc. (S2) degree, he studied genetic diversities among introduced, wild type accessions of oil palm originated from Cameroon using SSR marker.

Just recently, Walter Ajambang Nchu has informed PMB Lab that part of his MSc. thesis will be published in the African Journal of Biotechnology (AJB). The peer reviewers and the editors have accepted his manuscript.

At this moment, Walter Ajambang Nchu is trying to pursue his PhD. (S3) degree at the Plant Breeding and Biotechnology (PBT) program, Department of Agronomy and Horticulture (AGH), IPB, Bogor-INDONESIA. He will continue doing oil palm research as his main focus for PhD. (S3) dissertation.

All PMB Lab staffs and associated graduate students congratulate Walter Ajambang Nchu for his success in writing his MSc. (S2) thesis and submitting it to international journal. We hope that the manuscript will come out in African Journal of Biotechnology (AJB) soon.

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This blog is dedicated as a communication media among alumni associated with PMB Lab, Dept. of Agronomy and Horticulture, Fac. of Agriculture, IPB, Bogor – Indonesia. It contains various information related to alumni activities, PMB Lab’s on going activities and other related matters.
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