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  • Malimbwi, R. E.; Eid, T.; Chamshama, S. A. O. (Department of Forest Mensuration and Management, Sokoine University of Agriculture, 2016)
    The publication is one of outputs of the project on "Development of biomass estimation models for carbon monitoring in selected vegetation types of Tanzania” under the Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Mitigation ...
  • Malimbwi, R.E.; Eid, T.; Chamshama, S.A.O. (Department of Forest Mensuration and Management Faculty of Forestry and Nature Conservation Sokoine University of Agriculture, 2016)
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  • Malago, J. J. (Nova Science Publishers, Inc, 2014)
    The contribution of intestinal epithelium to the innate immune system includes detecting luminal microbes, transducing signals, and activating inflammatory mediator release by epithelial and other cells of the immune system ...
  • Malago, J. J. (Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2015)
    The large number of microbials in the intestine that overrides the total human cells by ten folds alludes to significant contribution of the microbiota to human health. This is vivid in enteric and some systemic diseases ...
  • Rwechungura, F. A.; Mombo, F. M. (MZUMBE UNIVERSITY, 2016-06)
    This book is based upon our experiences as economics and project planning and management students, development practitioners, consultants and lecturers at our institutions. The difficulties we faced in understanding project ...
  • Malimbwi, R.E.; Martins, O. S.; Ferguson, B.; Atmadja, S. (Center for International Forestry Research, 2010)
    Executive summary Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD) initiatives are more likely to be effective in reducing emissions if they build on, rather than conflict with, the interests of local ...
  • Makundi, Rhodes H.; Oguge, Nicholas O.; Mwanjabe, Patrick S. (Rodent Pest Management in East Africa, 1999)
    Rodents are by far the greatest vertebrate pest problem in East Africa. They are responsible for substantial damage to food and cash crops, structures and industrial and domestic property. More than 25 species of rodents ...