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Iraki XN. " We are all golfers in Kenya, unknowingly ." The Standard, August 3, 2015.
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Otysula RM;, and Nderitu JM, Buruchara RA. " Interaction between bean Stem Maggot and Bean Root Rot and soil fertility.". In: Crop Protection Conference, . Nairobi,; 1998.
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Mogaka VM;, Mbatia OLE;, Nzuma J. " → College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (CAVS) → View Item Feasibility of Biofuel Production in Kenya: The Case of Jatropha."; 2012. Abstract

This paper evaluates the potential of Jatropha curcas Linnaeus (Jatropha) as an alternative source of energy for rural households. The plant is said to have potential to diversify rural incomes, reclaim unproductive lands, reduce importation of fossil fuels, and consequently accumulation of green house gases in the atmosphere. A cost benefit analysis was employed to evaluate the feasibility of producing Jatropha as a biodiesel feedstock in relation to other crops in Kwale district. An IRR of 11 percent, BCR of 0.62 and a NPV of (28267.56) showed that production of Jatropha is not feasible at the moment. However we conclude that the plant has a potential to achieve its intended purpose if there is coordination in research and development along the Jatropha value chain and if technical and financial support is accorded to actors at the production level of the chain.

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Onyango CM, Kunyanga CN, Karanja DN, Wahome RG. " EMPLOYER PERCEPTIONS AND ATTITUDES TOWARDS AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY TRAINING IN KENYA ." International Journal for Innovation Education and Research . 2018;6(1):175-185.
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" Breast milk HIV-1 suppression and decreased transmission: a randomized trial comparing HIVNET 012 nevirapine versus short-course zidovudine."; 2005. Abstract

To compare the effect of perinatal regimens of short-course nevirapine
(HIVNET 012) and zidovudine [Thai-Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
regimen] on breast milk viral shedding and perinatal transmission during the first 6
weeks postpartum in a randomized clinical trial.

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" The State of Oral Health in Kenya." Nairobi: University of Nairobi; 2007.
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Sihanya B. " “Mandate, institution, militarisation, misuse, trade and of the National Youth Service in Kenya” ." Advocate magazine, the Law Society of Kenya. 2015:26-27.
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Scientific Writing and Publications Workshop. Nairobi: Pan African Research Agenda ; 2011.
Origa JO, Muchemi, L., Muthoni DM, Mutahi IW, Gunga SO. "The Implications of Collaborative Industrial Attachments for Kenya Vision 2030 Development Programmes." African Journal of Education and Technology Volume . 2013;3(1):57-67.Website
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Ndiritu AW, Gikonyo NW. " Elearning for institutional managers: Best option for effective ICT integration in teaching and learning.". In: eLearning Africa. Kampala, Uganda; 2014.
J PROFMULAAFRANCIS. "The .". In: Microbial Biotechnology. 1751-7915. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter Vol. 27, pp. 79-85.; 2011. Abstract
The oleochemical industry is currently still dominatedby conventional chemistry, with biotechnology onlystarting to play a more prominent role, primarily withrespect to the biosurfactants or lipases, e.g. as detergents,or for biofuel production. A major bottleneckfor all further biotechnological applications is theproblem of the initial mobilization of cheap and vastlyavailable lipid and oil substrates, which are thento be transformed into high-value biotechnological,nutritional or pharmacological products. Under theEU-sponsored LipoYeasts project we are developingthe oleaginous yeast Yarrowia lipolytica into a versatileand high-throughput microbial factory that, byuse of specific enzymatic pathways from hydrocarbonoclasticbacteria, efficiently mobilizes lipidsby directing its versatile lipid metabolism towardsthe production of industrially valuable lipid-derivedcompounds like wax esters (WE), isoprenoid-derivedcompounds (carotenoids, polyenic carotenoid ester),polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) and free hydroxylatedfatty acids (HFAs). Different lipid stocks (petroleum,alkane, vegetable oil, fatty acid) and combinationsthereof are being assessed as substrates in combinationwith different mutant and recombinant strains ofY. lipolytica, in order to modulate the composition andyields of the produced added-value products.
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