Now showing items 1-2 of 2

    • Genetic diversity and symbiotic efficiency of legume nodulating bacteria from different land use systems in Taita Taveta, Kenya 

      S. N, Mwangi; N. K, Karanja; H, Boga; J. H. P, Kahindi; A, Muigai (Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology,United States International UniversityDepartment of Land Resource Management and Agricultural Technologies,University of Nairobi and World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF)Kenya Forestry Research Institute, 2011)
      Populations of Legume Nodulating Bacteria (LNB) were assessed under glasshouse conditions from soils collected in Taita Taveta district, Kenya from various landuse systems. The populations were estimated by the ...
    • Soil macrofauna community structure across land use systems of Taita, Kenya 

      N. K, Karanja; F.O, Ayuke; E.M, Muya; B.K, Musombi (Department Of Land Resource Management and Agricultural Technology, University of NairobiDepartment of Soil Quality, Wageningen University Wageningen, Wageningen, The NetherlandsDepartment of Zoology, Invertebrate section, National Museums of KenyaDepartment of Zoology, University of Nairobi, 2009)
      This paper presents data on diversity and abundance of soil macrofauna in various land use systems in Taita (natural forest, plantation forest, fallow, coffee, napier, and maize, Horticulture. Each was sampled for macrofauna ...