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Browsing Horticulture - Masters Degrees by Subject "Phytochemicals"
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Anti-tick activities of extracts of Tulbaghia violacea (Alliaceae) cultivated in hydroponic media amended with entomopathogenic fungi (Hypocreales) (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, 2018)Ticks and tick-borne diseases are important limiting factors to the attainment of sustainable animal and human health, affecting livelihood of resource poor farming communities in developing countries. Rhipicephalus ...
Environmental stress effects on the phytochemistry and bioactivity responses of a South African medicinal bulbous plant, Tulbaghia violacea Harvey (Alliaceae) (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, 2018)Deteriorating living and environmental conditions have contributed to the increasing prevalence of diseases in plants and animals. In humans, accumulation of abnormally high levels of free radicals in the tissues has been ...