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Prospects for Innovative Tick Control Methods in Africa
(University of Nairobi., 2003-03)
Ticks, and the diseases they transmit, are of great economic and medical importance worldwide, and especially in Africa, where they are considered to be the greatest animal disease problem. The four major genera of ticks ...
Determination of optimum seaweed concentration for mushroom cultivation and the ability of mushrooms to absorb iodine
(©2012 Academic Journals, 2012-07)
The optimum concentration of seaweed (Laminaria schinzii) in grass as substrate for cultivation of the Oyster mushroom Pleurotus sajor caju was observed to be 10%. This concentration supported growth of highest numbers and ...
Prevalence and antimicrobial resistance pattern of Salmonella in animal feed produced in Namibia
(© Istituto G. Caporale 2012, 2012-06)
The occurrence of Salmonella is a global challenge in the public health and food production sectors. Our study investigated the prevalence, serovar and antimicrobial susceptibility of strains of Salmonella serovars isolated ...
Effects of bacteria, antibacterial compounds and trypanosomes on tsetse reproduction and longevity
(University of Nairobi., 1987-04)
Haemocoelic injections of live Escherichia coli and oral administration of three tetracycline compounds, namely Reverin, Maxitet and Terramycin to female Glossina morsilans morsitans prior to their first larviposition, ...
Prospects of using tick parasitoids (Insecta) for tick management in Africa
(University of Nairobi., 1997)
Since the first report of tick parasitoids by Howard (1907), sevens pecies belonging to the genus Ixodiphagus have been described. Apart from a few parasitoid releases in the USA and Europe in the first third of the century, ...
Clinico-pathological Aspects Of Trypanosoma Congolense Infection In Goats
(University of Nairobi, 1977)
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Studies On The Development And Survival Of Rhiphicephalus Pulchellus And Amblyomma Gemma Under Field Condition In Ethiopia
(University of Nairobi., 2001)
Fecundity and survival of tsetse maintained on immunized rabbits Kaaya Godwin P.; Alemu Patrick
Female Glossina morsitans morsitans maintained on rabbits previously immunized with whole tsetse body (WTB), engorged tsetse guts (ETG) or gravid tsetse uteri (GTU) for three successive generations showed no increase in ...