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Prof. Ndegwa Paul Nduati Publications
12016Plant Parasitic Nematode Assemblages Associated With Sweet Potato In Kenya And Their Relationship With Environmental Variables
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22016Occurrence Of Nosema Species In Honey Bee Colonies In Kenya
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32016Male Annihilation Technique Using Methyl Eugenol For Field Suppression Of Bactrocera Dorsalis (Hendel) (Diptera: Tephritidae) On Mango In Kenya
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42015Pathogenicity And Performance Of Two Candidate Isolates Of Metarhizium Anisopliae And Beauveria Bassiana (Hypocreales: Clavicipitaceae) In Four Liquid Culture Media For The Management Of The Legume Pod Borer Maruca Vitrata (Lepidoptera: Crambidae)
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52013Population Of Predacious Phytoseiid Mites, Euseius Kenyae (Swirski And Ragusa) On Coffee Treated With Different Soil Applied Fertilizers
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62012Life History Of Oplostomus Haroldi (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) Under Laboratory Conditions And A Description Of Its Third Instar Larva
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72012Population Dynamics Of Predacious Phytoseiid Mites, Euseius Kenyae And Coffee Thrips, Diarthrothrips Coffeae And Their Interactions In Coffee Agro Ecosystems In Kenya
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82012Chemical Communication In The Honey Bee Scarab Pest Oplostomus Harlodi: Role Of (Z)-9- Pentacosene
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92011Pathogenicity Of Metarhizium Anisopliae (Metch) Sorok And Beauveria Bassiana (Bals) Vuill To Adult Phlebotomus Duboscqi (Neveu-Lemaire) In The Laboratory
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102011Resistance Of Predacious Mites, Euseius Kenyae (Acari: Phytoseiidae) To Chlorpyrifos (Dursdan
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112011The Insect Pests Of Coffee And Their Distribution In Kenya. InternationalJournal Of Science And Nature. 2(3), 564-569
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1220118. Maribie, C.W.; Nyamasyo, G.H.N.; Ndegwa, P.N.; Lagerl, F, J.; Gikungu, M. (2011). Abundance And Diversity Of Soil Mites (acari) Along A Gradient Of Land Use Types In Taita Taveta, Kenya.
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132008The Butterfly, Hypolimnas Salmacis Magnifica (Drury, 1773) In Kakamega Forest National Reserve (KFNR) Kenya
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142008Butterfly Species Composition And Abundance In An Old, Middle-aged, And Young Secondary Forests
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152007Tsetse And Other Biting Fly Responses To Nzi Traps Baited With Octenol, Phenols And Acetone
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162005Comparative Performance Of Mbita Trap, CDC Light Trap And Human Landing Catch In The Sampling Of Anopheles Arabiensis, An. Funestus And Culicine Speci
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172004Comparative Field Evaluation Of Mbita Trap, CDC Light Trap And The Human Landing Catch For Sampling Of Malaria Vectors
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182003Lecture Notes On Invertebrate Zoology
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192002Community Structure And Diel Activity Patterns Of Peridomestic Stomoxyinae In Nairobi, Kenya
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202002Development Of An Exposure-free Bednet Trap For Sampling Afrotropical Malaria Vectors
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212001Habitat Preference And Activity Patterns Of Glossina Swynnertoni Austen (Diptera: Glossinidae) In Aitong, Masai Mara, Kenya
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221999Development Of Odour-baited Traps For Glossina Swynnertoni Austen
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231997Studies On Ecology And Epidemiological Significance Of Glossina Swynnertoni Austen In Masai Mara, Kenya
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241994Isolation Of Trypanosoma Ssp. From Wild Flies Through Procyclic Expansion In Glossina Morsitans Centralis
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251992Effect Of High Incubation Temperature Of Puparia: Increased Infection Rates Of Trypanosoma Congolense In Glossina Morsitans Centralis, G. Fuscipes Fuscipes And G. Brevipalpis
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261991Cyclic Development Of Trypanosoma Congolense Broden In Glossina Morsitans Centralis, G. Brevipalpis And G. Swynnertoni. M.Sc. Thesis, University Of Nairobi.
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