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Medicinal plants used in treatment and management of cancer in Kakamega County, Kenya.
Antimalarial herbal remedies of Msambweni, Kenya.
Prevalence, pathology and risk factors for coccidiosis in domestic rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) in selected regions in Kenya
Group housing of rabbits of different ages and inadequate control of concurrent infections as the major risk factors associated with coccidiosis in domestic rabbits in Kenya are identified.
Clinico-pathological observations in sheep & goats exposed to lineage III peste des petits ruminants virus infection in Kenya
The results from this study indicate that whereas PPR is thought to mainly affect goats, the disease in Kenya appear to evenly affect both, goat and sheep.
Traditional antimalarial phytotherapy remedies used by the South Coast community, Kenya.
Characterization of Rabbit Production Systems in Kenya
Rabbit production systems in Kenya were studied; challenges to production were identified and recommendations to boost rabbit productivity were suggested in this research. Four regions of Kenya with…
Ethnobotanical survey and threats to medicinal plants traditionally used for the management of human diseases in Nyeri County, Kenya
The study concluded that, traditional medicine practitioners in Nyeri County possessed wide knowledge of herbal medicine but this knowledge was on the verge of disappearing as it was largely a preserve of the aged generation.
Biological screening of Kenyan medicinal plants using Artemia salina L.(ARTEMIIDAE)
Kiama, S G; Gathumbi, P K; Gakuya, D W; Mbaria, J M; Nguta, J M; Kabasa, J D
Peste Des Petits Ruminants (PPR) in Dromedary Camels and Small Ruminants in Mandera and Wajir Counties of Kenya
It is established that camels in the study area suffer with PPR manifest clinical signs that are mainly characterized by inappetence, loss of body condition, and general weakness terminally leading to diarrhea, conjunctivitis, and ocular nasal discharges preceding death.
Hematological, Serological and Virological Findings in Sheep and Goats Experimentally infected with Lineage III Peste Des petits Ruminants Virus isolates in Kenya
It is indicated that infection with PPR in sheep and goats provide valuable data about hematological and serological findings that can be used for diagnosis of PPR.