Study of Moringa oleifera ( Drumstick ) seed as natural Absorbent and Antimicrobial agent for River water treatment

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  title={Study of Moringa oleifera ( Drumstick ) seed as natural Absorbent and Antimicrobial agent for River water treatment},
  author={},
  year={2012}
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  • Published 2012
The high cost of treated water makes most people in the rural communities to resort to readily available water sources which are normally of low q uality exposing them to waterborne diseases. The present study was carried out to conf irm the effectiveness of seed powder extracted from mature-dried Moringa oleifera seeds which are commonly available in most rural communities. The main objective of this work is to evaluate the antimicrobial activity and efficiency of a natural absorbent from… CONTINUE READING

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