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Antioxidant, antimicrobial and synergistic activities of tea polyphenols
Microbial resistance to conventional antibiotics has become an increasing global problem and there is a need to find out novel, potent antimicrobial agents with alternative modes of action as accessories to antibiotic ...
Evaluation of fenpropathrin using quechers method and GC/MS/MS QQQ in Kenyan black tea
Kenyan tea has been relatively pests and diseases free apart from a few reported cases of pests. Consequently measures to control both pests and diseases have been reported by TRFK (TRFK 5th edition, 2002). Common pests ...
The polyphenolic composition and radical scavenging properties of Kenyan tea cultivars
Interest in medicinal and health enhancing properties of functional components in foods continues to arouse a lot of interest. Polyphenolic fractions in tea are potent bioactive molecules. In this study, the polyphenolic ...
Food Quality Perspectives in African Fish Products: Practices, Challenges and Prospects
(International Research Publication House, 2016)
Economic and Biological Values for Pasture-Based Dairy Cattle Production Systems and their Application in Genetic Improvement in the Tropics
(Journal of Animal Production Advances, 2015)
Economic and biological values for milk yield (MY), milk butter fat (FY), daily gain (DG), weaning weight (WWT), mature live weight (MLW), calving interval (CI), pre-weaning survival rate (PreSR), post-weaning survival ...
Consumer preference of the mix of purple and ordinary green tea in Kenya
Tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world after water. Processed tea is manufactured from young tender leaves of tea plant (Camellia sinensis). Black tea has mainly been processed from green coloured leaf tea ...
ICT and technological development in advancing tea research in Kenya
Agriculture is the backbone of the Kenyan economy and it is constantly influenced by changes in technology. Because of the rapid development of ICT in the world, each organization or person has to concern their products ...
Prospects for organic tea farming in Kenya: Two case studies
Organic tea farming entails non-use of pesticides and inorganic fertilizers, including the processing and packaging of the tea. This implies that documents must be filed which prove all requirements are met throughout ...
The anti-inflammatory properties of Kenyan tea
An in vivo study was carried out to determine the effect of different types of Kenyan tea extracts on male Swiss albino mice infected with Trypanosoma brucei brucei isolate KETRI 2710. The isolate produced a similar ...