Bio

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I am a Cropping Systems Agronomist, Crop Eco-physiologist and Lecturer in the Department of Plant Science and Crop protection, University of Nairobi. I hold a PhD in Agronomy (University of Adelaide, Australia), an MSc in Agronomy and BSc in Agriculture from the University of Nairobi, Kenya. My research applies plant ecophysiological principles in the adaptation of crops and cropping systems to innovative and sustainable practices, stress environments and climate change.

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2018

Kitonyo, OM, Sadras VO, Zhou Y, Denton MD.  2018.  Nitrogen supply and sink demand modulate the patterns of leaf senescence in maize. Field Crops Research. 225:92-103.

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