Isidore Ogoudje Amahowe

Isidore Ogoudje Amahowe
University of Parakou | UP · Faculty of Agronomy

PhD

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Introduction
Isidore Ogoudje Amahowe currently works at the Faculty of Agronomy, University of Parakou. Isidore does research in Botany, Zoology and Ecology. Their current project is 'Life history strategies of sahelian zone species'.

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Cette analyse bibliographique visait à améliorer les connaissances sur Afzelia africana Sm et Pers (Fabaceae), une espèce menacée. L’espèce est distribuée à travers plusieurs régions en Afrique, démontrant sa plasticité écologique. À ce jour, plusieurs études sur Afzelia africana ont été conduites principalement pour décrire la végétation et la com...
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Le ranch de Gibier de Nazinga au Burkina-Faso dispose d’un système de suivi écologique qui fournit une base de données permettant d’évaluer son potentiel faunique et d’analyser la distribution spatiale de la faune mammalienne et des indices de présence humaine. Ainsi, à partir de cette base de données, les estimations des effectifs et des densités...
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ABSTRACT This paper presents the experiences of W-Arly-Pendjari (WAP) parks in West Africa to improve conservation strategies with the support of partners within a transboundary management system. The W Regional Park and WAP complex conservation, funded respectively by the European Union and the Global Environment Facility (GEF) projects since 2001...
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Understanding how trees mediate the effects of chronic anthropogenic disturbance is fundamental to developing forest sustainable management strategies. The role that intraspecific functional diversity plays in such process is poorly understood. Several tree species are repeatedly defoliated at large scale by cattle breeders in Africa to feed livest...
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Objectives: This study aims to 1) assess the woody vegetation structure and plant diversity in the area used by elephants for several years and 2) the effect of selected environmental variables (palatable woody density, distance to water ponds and to paths, vegetation and the soil types) on the pattern of the damages created by elephants in habitat...
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Afzelia africana is a tropical multi-use tree species distributed in West, East, and Central Africa. Understanding factors affecting seedlings is crucial to design an effective conservation and restoration plan for the species. Here, we examined the factors constraining seedling density and survival. We randomly established 203 circular plots of 5-...
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This literature review aimed to improve knowledge on a threatened species Afzelia africana Sm and Pers (Fabaceae). The species thrives across several regions in Africa, demonstrating it ecological plasticity. To date, many studies on the species, have been conducted mainly to describe the vegetation and species communities or to measure its structu...
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Understanding how multiple disturbances affect species population structure is crucial for designing a better conservation strategy of threatened species. In this paper, we assessed the disturbance patterns and evaluated their effects on the population structure of Afzelia africana, in two different bioclimatic zones of the Republic of Benin. The m...
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Understanding impact of climate change on range breadth of rare species can improve the ability to anticipate their decline or expansion and take appropriate conservation measures. Haematostaphis barteri is an agroforestry species of the Sudanian centre of endemism in Africa. We investigated impact of climate change on range of suitable habitats fo...
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The importance of functional traits in understanding plant response to environmental change was widely discussed. However, our understanding of how plant traits vary across ontogenetic and canopy gradients is still limited. In this study, we assessed how functional traits of the tropical tree species Afzelia Africana Sm & Pers vary among ontogeneti...

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