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    • RAPD PCR-based differentiation of Xanthomonas campestris pv. Phaseoli and Xanthomonas campestris pv. phaseoli var. fuscans 

      Birch, Paul R.J.; Hyman, Lizbeth J.; Taylor, Robert; Opio, A. Fina; Bragard, Claude; Toth, Ian K. (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1997-09)
      A RAPD PCR-based method was used to differentiate between isolates of Xanthomonas campestris pv. Phaseoli and Xanthomonas campestris pv. phaseoli var. fuscans. Using random primer OP-G11, a single, high intensity band of ...
    • Religious Citizenship Education 

      Mwesigwa, Sheldon (Bishop Stuart University, 2014-01)
      This paper highlights the religious and political fault-lines within and between Ugandan com111unicics. II raises the view that that there has been. and, there continues to be fault lines panicularly ethnic which have ...
    • Religious Pluralism and Conflict as Issues in Religious Education in Uganda 

      Mwesigwa, Fred Sheldon (University of Leeds, 2005-11)
      This study investigates the complications raised in teaching a confessional Religious Education in a multi-religious context pertaining in Ugandan religiously founded public schools, government and private founded schools. ...
    • Resource Utilisation in Rice Production 

      Kyomuhendo, Jacquiline (Bishop Stuart University, 2012)
      This book is based on a study that the author carried out in the rice growing area in Pallisa District, eastern Uganda. It throws light on the practices there and makes invaluable suggestions on what needs to be done to ...
    • Responding to Late Blight Disease Pressure and Fungicide Resistance Using Multiple Fungicide Active Ingredients and Different Spraying Regimes in Uganda 

      Arinaitwe, Abel Byarugaba; Mateeka, Benon; Tibanyedera, Deo; Barekye, Alex (Science Publishing Group, 2018)
      Late blight (Phytophthora infestans) is one of the major diseases of economic importance limiting potato production in Uganda and causing yield losses of 40-60%. The emergence of more aggressive late blight pathotypes that ...
    • The role of mixed cropping systems on bean root rot epidemics in south western Uganda. 

      Gichuru, V; Okori, P; Buruchara, R; Opio, F (2007)
      In south western Uganda, beans are largely grown as intercrops with sorghum, maize, sweet potato and potato. Continuous cropping of beans, has increased bean root rot epidemics. Since some of the root rot causing organisms ...
    • The role of Natural resources in providing employment opportunities among rural communities in Uganda 

      Atwijukire, Sirian Bagamba (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2012-12)
      One of the key causes of Rural -urban migration is the lack of employment in rural areas The absence of reliable infrastructural assets in rural areas leads to the lack of access to basic social services, markets and job ...
    • The Role of vice-chancellor in a University in Uganda 

      Bibangambah, Jossy R (Faculty of Business and Development Studies, 2009-12)
      This article discusses the role of a Vice-chancellor in a university
    • Rural Sociology and Development 

      Semakura, Edward (Bishop Stuart University, 2012)
    • Rural Sociology and Development 

      Ssemakula, Edward (Bishop Stuart University, 2012)
      This is book is represented as a series of lectures on Rural Socialogy and Development. It uses scientific means to identify, anlyse and find solutions to the root causes of various problems which affect rural people. These ...
    • Safe male circumcision and its complications among clients at Mbarara Regional Referal hospital, Mbarara 

      Amako, Fauzi A.; Mbabazi, A.; Semakula, E.; Kazibwe, F. (IJPAS, 2016)
      Male circumcision has been practiced on boys and young men for many years, primarily for religion and cultural reasons or as a rite to passage to mark transition to adulthood.....
    • Schistosoma bovis in western Uganda. 

      Stothard, J.R.; Lockyer, A.E.; Kabatereine, N.B; Tukahebwa, E.M.; Kazibwe, F.; Rollinson, D.; Fenwick, A. (Journal of Helminthology, 2004)
      During routine parasitological surveillance and monitoring activities within aNational Control Programme for control of human schistosomiasis in Uganda, it was noted that cattle grazing in a water meadow immediately adjacent ...
    • Schistosoma Mansoni in Infants (Aged, 3 Years) Along The Ugandan Shoreline of Lake Victoria 

      Odogwu, S. E.; Ramamurthy, N. K.; Kabatereine, N. B.; Kazibwe, Francis; Tukahebwa, E.; Webster, J. P.; Fenwick, A.; Stothard, J. R. (The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, 2006-01)
      In two complementary epidemiological surveys of villages on the Ugandan shoreline of Lake Victoria, the putative occurrence of intestinal schistosomiasis in the local infants (children aged ,3 years) was investigated. When, ...
    • Science and Development 

      Tumwesigye, Alice Jossy Kyobutungi (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2012-12)
      The role of science in the development of rural communities of East Africa
    • Screening coepea germplasmfor resistance to bacterial blight in Uganda 

      Bua, B.; Adipala, E.; Opio, F. (International Journal of Pest Management, 1998)
      Twenty-six cowpea lines were field evaluated for resistance to Xhathomonas Campestris pv vignicola for two seasons in two locations of Uganda following Artical Inoculation. Disease development varied significantly (P-0.001) ...
    • Selection for Individual Traits in the Early Generations of Potato Breeding Program Dedicated to Processing Chips 

      Li, Kui-hua; Opuko Wayumba, Benjamin; Sic Choi, Hyung; YoungSeok, Lim (American Research Institute for Policy Development, 2016-12)
      Potato (Solanum tuberosum) breeding and selection programs aim to develop new cultivars of superior and improved qualities. Early generation selection plays a critical role in the success of such a program. The major objective ...
    • Semiarid ethnoagroforestry management 

      Hoogesteger van Dijk, Vincent M.; Casas, Alejandro; Moreno-Calles, Ana Isabel (Biomed Central, 2017-06-12)
      Background: The semi-arid environments harbor nearly 40% of biodiversity, and half of indigenous cultures of Mexico. Thousands of communities settled in these areas depend on agriculture and using wild biodiversity ...
    • Servival of Xanthomonas Campestris pv Phaseoli in Uganda 

      Opio, A.F.; Teri, J.M; Allen, D.J (African Crop Science Society, 1994)
      The role of infested soil and infested bean debris in the servival of xanthomonas campestris pv phaseoli (XCP) was investigated in Uganda between April 1990 and October 1992. In the study, XCP servived in infested soil and ...
    • Shared Lives Book Four: My Brother's Keeper 

      Erapu, Laban (Bishop Stuart University, 2012)
      Shared Lives is a novel about love and friendship in an AIDS environment. Set in Uganda, "The Pearl of Africa's Crown", it glitters like a gem: rising above suffering despair to celebrate courage and put a smile on the ...
    • Shared Lives Book One: Angels Never Die 

      Erapu, Laban (Bishop Stuart University, 2012)
      Shared Lives is a novel about love and friendship in an AIDS environment. Set in Uganda, "The Pearl of Africa's Crown", it glitters like a gem: rising above suffering despair to celebrate courage and put a smile on the ...