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Malaysian AGRIS is a database that contains bibliographic records of agricultural science and technology, including forestry, animal husbandry, fisheries, food science and environmental science; covering the geography, history, education, information development, economics, sociology, engineering and other related fields. The materials indexed in this database consists of journal articles, books, book chapters, monographs and conference papers published in Malaysia.

Beginning in April 1979, Perpustakaan Sultan Abdul Samad, UPM has been appointed as the National Center of AGRIS and responsible for collecting and documenting material in the field of agricultural science and technology in Malaysia and becomes a data provider to the FAO AGRIS database.





Recent Submissions
Title - Citation - Author(s) Type
A review of developments in integrated pest management (IPM) of bagworm (Lepidoptera: Psychidae) infestation in oil palms in Malaysia
Journal of Oil Palm Research (Malaysia), 31 (4), p. 529-539
Journal Contribution
Effect of biofertiliser containing different percentage rates of chemical fertiliser on oil palm seedlings
Journal of Oil Palm Research (Malaysia), 31 (4), p. 582-591
Journal Contribution
Significant quality of fragmented forests in oil palm plantations: lesson from the assemblage structure of frogs (Amphibia: Anura)
Journal of Oil Palm Research (Malaysia), 31 (4), p. 604-614
Journal Contribution
The potential of endophytic Trichoderma from oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.) roots of North Sumatra, Indonesia against Ganoderma boninense
Journal of Oil Palm Research (Malaysia), 31 (4), p. 592-603
Journal Contribution
SureSawitTM true-to-type - a high throughput universal single nucleotide polymorphism panel for dna fingerprinting, purity testing and origin verification in oil palm
Journal of Oil Palm Research (Malaysia), 31 (4), p. 561-571
Journal Contribution


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