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Plants used to treat malaria in Nyakayojo sub-county, western Uganda.
AIM OF STUDY We performed an ethnobotanical study of plants used to treat malaria in Nyakayojo sub-county in south western Uganda because malaria in this region, and in Uganda at large, is still theExpand
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Phenology of figs in Budongo Forest Uganda and its importance for the chimpanzee diet
This paper reports on the phenological patterns of figs in Budongo Forest, Uganda, and how it relates to chimpanzee food availability in different seasons. In addition, we analysed the dung ofExpand
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Chimpanzee diet and habitat selection in the Budongo Forest Reserve, Uganda
Between June 2000 and August 2001 observations were made on food types, plant species and parts consumed by chimpanzee in relation to various habitats in the Budongo Forest Reserve (BFR), Uganda.Expand
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Total antioxidant activity in 35 Ugandan fruits and vegetables
Abstract The objective of this study was to analyse antioxidant activity (AA) in fruits and vegetables from Uganda and to investigate whether AA in traditional food is sufficiently high to preventExpand
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Firewood use in Bulamogi County, Uganda: species selection, harvesting and consumption patterns
Abstract This study was carried out in Bulamogi, Uganda, with the main objective of determining preferred firewood species, their harvesting and consumption patterns. Data collected through householdExpand
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Genetic variation, taxonomy and mountain-hopping of four bipolar Carex species (Cyperaceae) analysed by AFLP fingerprinting
The bipolar sedges Carex canescens, C. echinata, C. lachenalii and C. magellanica (including C. paupercula) were analysed by amplified fragment length polymorphisms (AFLPs). The genetic variation ofExpand
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Amplified fragment length polymorphisms (AFLPs) analysis of species of Solanum section Solanum (Solanaceae ) from Uganda
The taxonomy of species belonging to Solanum section Solanum (sometimes referred to as the Solanum nigrum complex or black nightshades) is known to be difficult and has resulted in extensiveExpand
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Monocotylar seedlings: a review of evidence supporting an origin by fusion
The structure and growth of the seedling, as described in the literature, is discussed for both monocotylar Dicotyledones and for Monocotyledones (several Apiaceae, Ranunculaceae and Gesneriaceae;Expand
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