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Xanthomonas bacteriophages: a review of their biology and biocontrol applications in agriculture
(BMC Microbiology, 2021-10-25)
Phytopathogenic bacteria are economically important because they affect crop yields and threaten the livelihoods of farmers worldwide. The genus Xanthomonas is particularly significant because it is associated with some ...
School practice supervision and performance of student teachers in higher institutions of learning in Uganda : empirical evidence from Kyambogo University and Ndejje University
(Journal of Education and Entrepreneurship., 2020-12-05)
This study examined the impact of school practice supervision on performance of student teachers in higher institutions of learning in Uganda. Purposive and random samplings were used to select respondents from the two ...
Genetically engineered East African highland bananas –proximate analysis and effect of cooking on the enhanced provitamin A levels
(African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development, 2020-12)
Micronutrient deficiency is a major challenge in the developing world. This is mainly attributed to over-reliance on starchy staples foods such as cassava, rice and banana among others, which are deficient in micronutrients ...
Potential of moisture conservation practices to improve soil properties and nutrient status of Robusta coffee plant
Soil moisture conservation practices (SMCPs) have been adopted in Uganda to adapt to the effects of climate variability. However, limited information exists on how conservation measures influence the physico-chemical ...
Molecular analysis of knockdown resistance (kdr) mutations in the voltage‑gated sodium channel gene of Aedes aegypti populations from Saudi Arabia
(BMC Parasites & Vectors, 2022)
Background: The Aedes aegypti mosquito is the primary vector for dengue, chikungunya, yellow fever and Zika viruses worldwide. The first record of Ae. aegypti in southwestern Saudi Arabia was in 1956. However, the first ...