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Profiling of antimicrobial properties of Rubus keniensis Standl. Crude methanol root bark extracts against selected human pathogenic bacteria
(AkiNik Publications, 2014)
Rubus keniensis is a rare plant species and is used by the Ogiek community who dwell in the Mau Forest Complex in Kenya. Fruits of the plant are eaten by human when ripe while the roots are chewed against stomach ailments. ...
Antimicrobial evaluation of the methanol bark extracts of Plumbago dawei Rolfe, a local species used by the Samburu community, Wamba, Samburu District, Kenya for the treatment of diarrheal ailments
(Malaysian Society for Microbiology, 2012)
Aims: The Samburu are a marginalized nomadic people in Kenya who have no access to conventional medical services thus they mainly depend on the medicinal plants for most of their medicare. Antimicrobial activity of the ...
Evaluation of methanolic extracts of six medicinal plants used by herbal practitioners in central province, Kenya
The antimicrobial effects of selected medicinal plants commonly used by herbal practitioners in central province Kenya was evaluated on different bacterial strains- Staphylococcus aureus (Gram +ve cocci) - ATCC 20591, ...
In vitro activities of Maesa lanceolata extracts against fungal plant pathogens
(Science Direct, 2003-04)
In vitro tests were carried out using extracts of Maesalanceolata var. goulungensis weiragainst a broad range of fungal plantpathogens such as Phytophthora cryptogea, Trichoderma virens, Aspergillus niger, Phoma sp., ...