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Antiprotozoal activity and cytotoxicity of metabolites from leaves of Teclea trichocarpa
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The compounds with low anti-protozoal and high cytotoxicity IC50 values are potential source of template drug against parasitic protozoa. Expand
Impact of Nutritional (C: N Ratio and Source) on Growth, Oxalate Accumulation, and Culture pH by Sclerotinia Sclerotiorum.
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Results indicate that oxalate production did not correlate with growth, oxalATE accumulation and regulation is dependent on nutritional conditions and the decrease in culture pH was independent of oxalates accumulation. Expand
OXALATE CONTENT OF SOYBEAN SEEDS (GLYCINE MAX: LEGUMINOSAE) VARIETIES GROWN IN KENYA.
Consumption of soybeans and food products made from them is increasing because of their desirable nutritional value and associated health benefits. However, soybeans like other legumes containExpand
Growth effects of microorganisms based commercial products inoculated to tissue cultured banana cultivated in three different soils in Kenya
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Results demonstrate that tissue cultured bananas can benefit from application of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, Trichoderma and Bacillus to improve survival and growth during the nursery phase as well as enhance plant performance under field conditions. Expand
Adulticidal activity and Toxicity of Extractives from Teclea Trichocarpa against Adult Maize Weevil (Sitophilus Zeamais)
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Results discussed with regard to the use of the plant extractives as suitable and sustainable alternative to synthetic insecticide in maize grain storage and could be incorporated in integrated pest management. Expand
Effect of Selected Metal Ions on the Mycelial Growth of Sclerotinia Sclerotiorum Isolated From Soybean Field in Rongai, Kenya
White mold caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum attacks a wide host range of broad-leafed plants which includes soybeans. The effect of twelve metal ions (Hg+2, Co+3, Ag+1, La+3, Cd+2, Cr+3, Cu+2,Expand
Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal Communities In Soils Under Sweetpotato In Western Kenya
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The occurrence of arbuscular mycorrhizal species diversity in soils from two districts in Western Kenya was evaluated in trap cultures and indicated that colonization rates varied between the trap crops used. Expand
Parasite Strain Stage Standard Plasmodium falciparum K 1 IEF Chloroquine Trypanosoma brucei
Chromatographic separation of the leaves of Teclea trichocarpa (Engl.) Engl. (Rutaceae) used traditionally by Akamba tribe in Kenya yielded three acridone alkaloids, a furoquinoline alkaloid and twoExpand
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