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Population Growth, Gender and Food production in Kenya: The Case of Small Scale Farmers in Kenya
(Union for African Population Studies, 1998)
The Use of Synthetic Pyrethroids in Tsetse Fly Control and Their Applicability to Kenya
(Centre for Tropical Veterinary Medicine, University of Edinburgh, 1992)
Evaluation of the efficacy of cypermethrin dip formulation (Ectomin®) in the control of tsetse and trypanosomiasis in the coastal region of Kenya
(Kenya Trypanosomiasis Research Institute, 1995)
An epidemic of besnoitiosis in cattle in Kenya
(AOSIS OpenJournals, 1998)
A total of 17 head of cattle presenting with typical "Elephant skin disease" were isolated from the rest of the herd within a beef ranch for further clinical observation. On physical examination, all the animals had ...
The Orma Boran—ten years of field observations
Presents the Orma Boran field observations carried out under tsetse fly challenge on Galana ranch in Kenya since 1980. Their response to trypanosomiasis has been compared to that of the ranch bred Kenya (Galana) Boran. The ...
A Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Periodic Markets in Nyeri District, Kenya
This paper examines the degree of spatiotemporal synchronization of markets in Nyeri District, Central Province, Kenya. Information on marketplaces and the days on which markets are held was obtained from Nyeri County ...
Gender, Environment and Population
Spatial distribution patterns of market places and market provision in Nyeri District, Kenya
(Journal of Eastern African Research and Development, 1994)
Using data collected from December 1988 to March 1989 the author examines the spatial distribution patterns of marketplaces and market days in Nyeri District, Central Province, Kenya. The fact that there is a significant ...
Rinderpest vaccination and the incidence and development of trypanosomosis in cattle.
(Springer Verlag, 1999)
An investigation was made into whether recent vaccination of cattle with tissue culture rinderpest virus would cause immunosuppression and lead to more frequent or more severe infection with trypanosomes in animals grazing ...