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  1. Characterization of brewery wastewater for re-use in Kigali, Rwanda
  2. Removal of heavy metals from industrial wastewater using rice husks
  3. Investigating the effect of cooking on color and texture of green Bananas (Matooke) wrapped in Polyethylene Bags
  4. A review of modeling approaches of activated sludge systems
  5. Characterization of non-point source pollutants and their control in Lake Victoria: A case study of Gaba Landing site Uganda
  6. Determining and modeling the dispersion of non-point source pollutants in Lake Victoria: A case study of Gaba Landing site Uganda
  7. Diffusive flux modeling of lead migration from black polyethylene bags into food: A case study of green bananas (Matooke)
  8. Diffusive flux modeling of non point source pollutants in Lake Victoria: A comparison study of Fick’s law and the Fokker-Planck law
  9. Pollution of Lake Victoria: What is next?
  10. Transfer and internalization of Escherichia coli 0157:H7and salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium in cabbage cultivated on contaminated manure-amended soil under tropical field conditions in sub-saharan Africa.
  11. Occurrence of Listeria Monocytogenes in bulked raw milk and traditionally Fermented Dairy products in Uganda
  12. Development and validation of a culture-based method suitable for monitoring environmental survival of Escherichia coli 0157:H7 salmonella enteric serovar Typhimurium in developing countries
  13. Development and validation of a culture based method suitable for monitoring environmental survival of Escherichia coli 0157:h7 and salmonella enteric serovar Typhimurium under tropical agricultural field conditions
  14. survival of Escherichia coli 0157:H7 and salmonella enteric serovar Typhimurium in manure and manure-amended soil under tropical climatic conditions in sub-saharan Africa
  15. Municipal Solid Waste Management under Decentralisation in Uganda.
  16. Monitoring Residual Chlorine Decay and Coliform Contamination in Water Distribution Network of Kampala, Uganda
  17. Conservation of Priority Woody Species on Farmlands: A Case Study from Nawaikoke Subcounty, Uganda.
  18. Fatty acid composition of seed oils from selected wild plants of Kahuzi-Biega National Park and surroundings, Democratic Republic of Congo.
  19. Optimisation of in vitro techniques for Cassava brown streak virus elimination from infected cassava clones.
  20. Effectiveness of selected preservatives in protecting Ugandan grown Eucalyptus grandis wood against termite attack.
  21. Governance of Community based tourism in Uganda: An analysis of the Kibale Association for Rural and Environmental Development (KAFRED).
  22. Managing Conservation and Development on Private Land: An Assessment of Sport Hunting Around Lake Mburo National Park, Uganda
  23. Tourism Revenue Sharing Policy at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda
  24. Contribution of women to solving nakati (Solanumaethiopicum) production constraints.
  25. Uganda
  26. Understanding sitatunga (Tragelaphus spekii) habitats through diet analysis in Rushebeya-Kanyabaha wetland
  27. Human-Wildlife Conflict and Its Implication for Conservation around Bwindi Impenetrable National Park USDA Forest Service Proceedings RMRS-P-64.
  28. Agroforestry as a land conflict management strategy in western Uganda.
  29. Resource Economic efficiency under mango-based Agroforestry Systems in Buzaya county, Kamuli District
  30. Pastoralists
  31. Simultaneous virus-specific detection of the two cassava brown streak-associated viruses by RT-PCR reveals wide distribution in East Africa, mixed infections, and infections in Manihot glaziovii.
  32. Pesticide Utilization, Regulation and Future Prospects in Small Scale Horticultural Crop Production Systems in a Developing Country.
  33. Socio-economic factors affecting the utilization of integrated pest management strategies in hot pepper production in Uganda.
  34. Effect of grafting with indigenous rootstocks and cultural practices on infestation of key insect pests and bacterial wilt disease of tomato in Uganda.
  35. General principles of agronomy.
  36. Mysteries of Crop Yield Unlocked. Effect of cropping systems on yield.
  37. The tenets of agroforestry
  38. Cardinal elements of efficient use of nutrients in agroforestry systems.
  39. Contributionof women to solving nakati (Solanumaethiopicum) production constraints.
  40. Building the capacities of stakeholders in a farmer-to-farmer extension system for enhanced livelihoods in Kamuli district, Uganda.
  41. Timber Management Practices and Timber Species used by Small Scale Furniture Workshops in Uganda.
  42. Oil content and physicochemical characteristics of some wild oilseed plants from Kivu region Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
  43. Fatty acid composition of seed oils from selected wild plants of Kahuzi-Biega National Park and surroundings,
  44. Nutrient-enhancement of Matooke banana for improved nutrient intake of people living with HIV/AIDS in Rakai District, Uganda.
  45. Effects of feeding sun-dried brewer
  46. Performance of growing pigs fed cereal processing by-products from maize bran or wheat bran.
  47. Genetic diversity and differentiation of Ankole cattle populations in Uganda inferred from microsatellite data.
  48. Productivity and morphology of Ankole cattle in three livestock production systems in Uganda.
  49. Pastoralists
  50. Estimation of live body weight using zoometrical measurements for improved marketing of indigenous chicken in the Lake Victoria basin of Uganda.

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