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A survey of some cucurbitaceae species in Kenya with an analysis of cucurbitacin content, and an identification guide to poisonous and safe species
(Kenyatta University, 1992)
The Cucurbitaceae is a family of dicotyledonous plants. For a long time the plants in this family have been cultivated as sources of vegetables and fruits. Many of the wild species are reported to be used locally ...
Cytogenetic studies of some Kenyan tea clones (camellia Sinensis) l.o. kuntze) karyotype and ploidy.
(Kenyatta University, 1990)
A comparative intraclonal analysis of ploidy states and karyotypes was performed on eight Kenyan tea clones (Camellia sinensis L.O. Kuntze), by examining shoot meristematic cells. C-metaphase chromosomes were studied by ...