Dr. Kimata Dennis Mukui Publications
12015The Early Leaders Of Kiambu (1887 To 1953)
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22014Larvicidal Activities Of The Stem Bark Extract And Rotenoids Of Millettia Usaramensis Sub-species Usaramensis On Aedes Aegypti L.
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32014Confinement Lowers Fertility Rate Of Helmeted Guinea Fowl (Numida Meleagris) Eggs.
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42014Superiority Of Open Air Confinement Of The Helmeted Guinea Fowl: Rearing The Helmeted Guinea Fowl In Situations Where Free Range System Is Not Practicable
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52013Evaluation Of Eucalyptus Globus (Blue Gum), Azadiracta Indica (Neem) And Phytolaca Dodecandra (Endod) Extracts As Molluscicidal Agents Against The Planorbid Snail Biomphalaria Pfeiferi
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62013Metabolic Effects Of Pleurotus Ostreatus (Oyster) And Agaricus Bisporis (White Button) Mushroom Preparations In Alloxan Induced Diabetic Rats
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72011Outdoor Confinement Does Not Compromise Reproductive Performance Of The Helmeted Guinea Fowl Numida Meleagris
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82010Adverse Effects Of Indoor Confinement On Reproductive Performance And Hormone Levels In The Helmeted Guinea Fowl Numida Meleagris
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92010Rearing Methods Do Not Affect Growth Pattern Of The Helmeted Guinea Fowl (Numida Meleagris) Keet
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102010A Toxicological Study Of Milletia Usaramensis Stem Bark Extract On Aedes Aegypti (Mosquito), Schistocerca Gregaria (Desert Locust) And Mus Musculus (Mouse)
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112007Effects Of Rearing Methods And Hormones On Growth And Reproduction Of The Helmeted Guinea Fowl Numida Meleagris
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121998The Breeding Performance Of The Helmeted Guinea Fowl (Numida Meleagris) In A Semi-confined Outdoor System
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131994Delayed Recovery Of Adrenocortical And Testicular Function After Chemotherapy Of Human Trypanosomiasis.
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141993Plasma Cortisol, Luteinizing Hormone And Testosterone Levels In Human African Trypanosomiasis Patients From Western Kenya
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