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Tanzania Journal of Science - Vol 38, No 1 (2012)

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Articles

Spectral analysis of ground magnetic data in Magadi area, Southern Kenya rift EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JG Githiri, JP Patel, JO Barongo, PK Karanja 1-14
Spatial-temporal variation in sex ratio and group size of ostriches (Struthio namelus) in the Serengeti National Park and environs in Northern Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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FJ Magige 15-23
Synthesis of organoamine-silica hybrids using cashew nut shell liquid components as templates for the catalysis of a model Henry reaction EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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SC Msigala, JEG Mdoe 24-34
Improving propagation success of Dalbegia melanoxylon (African blackwood) in Tanzania (I): Characterization of mycorrhizal associated with D. melanoxylon (African blackwood) in Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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WBA Washa, MS Nyomora, HVM Lyaruu 35-42
Improving propagation success of D. Melanoxylon (African blackwood) in Tanzania (II): Rooting ability of stem and root cuttings of Dalbergia melanoxylon (African blackwood) in response to rooting media sterilization in Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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WBA Washa, AMS Nyomora, HMV Lyaruu 43-53
Environmental status at Samunge Village (Tanzania) following a sharp increase in visitors EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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R Senzota 54-70
Mg-rich metabasalts from the Southern Musoma –Mara greenstone belt: Possible evidence for mantle plume activity in the Tanzania craton? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Manya 71-84
The abundance of some elements in hair from Tanzanian children EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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NK Mohammed 85-94
Human-wildlife interaction in Serengeti and Ngorongoro districts of Tanzania: A case study on small mammals EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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FJ Magige 95-103
The influence of aliphatic side chain of anacardic acid on molecular recognition properties of imprinted polymers EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JYN Philip, J Buchweishaija, LL Mkayula, L Ye 104-117


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