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Tanzania Journal of Science - Vol 44, No 3 (2018)

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Articles

Assessment of radioactivity levels in coal and coal ash in Kiwira coal mine using gamma-ray spectrometry EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ismael Makundi, Mungubariki Nyaki, Najat Mohammed 1-11
Through-the-wall radar imaging with compressive sensing; theory, practice and future trends-a review EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Abdi Abdalla 12-30
Application of regression model to identify a parameter that best defines species diversity in the coastal forests of Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Cosmas Mligo 31-45
The plant species composition, diversity and natural regeneration of indigenous trees in the disturbed Ruvu South Forest Reserve, Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Cosmas Mligo 46-60
Seasonal variation and nutrient levels influence phenolic contents in seagrass Thalassia hemprichii along Dar es Salaam coast EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Asukisye Kajela, Esther Mvungi 61-71
Fluoride occurrence in domestic water supply sources in Tanzania: a case of Meru district Arusha region EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Godfrey Mbabaye, Rwaichi Minja, Felix Mtalo, Isacka Legonda, Godfrey Mkongo 72-92
Similarity coefficients influence the delimitation of species in the genus Aloe l. (Xanthorrhoeaceae) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Halima Amir, Mkabwa Manoko 93-102
Effects of magnetic fields on an unsteady mixed convective boundary layer flow of an electrically conducting fluid with temperature dependent properties EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Raymond Kitengeso, Eunice Mureithi, Makungu James, John Mango 103-114
Toward effective partially protected areas in Tanzania: a review on experiences from Ugalla ecosystem EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Paulo Wilfred 115-135
Cytotoxic and antimalarial biflavonoids isolated from the aerial parts of Ochna serrulata (Hochst.) Walp EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Monica Ndoile, Fanie van Heerden 152-162


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