Bukhet S Kilonzo

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BACKGROUND Multimammate mice are the most important vertebrate pests in Sub-Saharan Africa and are also reservoirs of many zoonotic diseases, including sylvan plague. This study investigated the population dynamics and breeding patterns of this mouse in irrigated rice cropping systems in eastern Tanzania. RESULTS The multimammate mouse, Mastomys(More)
Mastomys natalensis is widely distributed in the whole of Africa and is a reservoir of important zoonoses including plague. In order to control this species efficiently using rodenticides, tests were carried out to find the most preferred cereal and bait additives to form a suitable bait base. Investigations were based on food choice tests in caged animals.(More)
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