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    • Cyanogenic potential of selected cassava varieties in Zombo District, Uganda 

      Oloya, Benson; Adaku, Christopher; Ntambi, Emmanuel; Andama, Morgan (International Journal of Nutrition and Food Sciences, 2017)
      Both improved and local cassava varieties are widely grown and also, consumed in Zombo district as well as West Nile Sub region and Uganda as a whole. However, all cassava varieties contain cyanogenic glycosides which are ...
    • Detoxification of Nyar-Udota cassava variety in Zombo district by fermentation 

      Oloya, Benson; Adaku, Christopher; Ntambi, Emmanuel; Andama, Morgan (2017)
      Fermentation is capable of detoxifying cassava cultivars. Cassava is one of the most important food crops in the world and in Uganda it is the second most consumed food crop after bananas. However, cassava has some toxic ...
    • Mobility of chromium, copper and arsenic in amended chromated copper arsenate contaminated soils 

      Nakiguli, Caroline Kiwanuka; Ojok, Walter; Omara, Timothy; Wasswa, John; Ntambi, Emmanuel (Asian Journal of Applied Chemistry Research, 2020-09-23)
      The use of copper-based preservatives such as chromated copper arsenate (CCA) and creosote to prolong the life of lumber present environmental concerns because they contain heavy metals and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons ...
    • Spatial variation in physicochemical surface water quality in River Rwizi, Western Uganda 

      Ojok, Walter; Wasswa, John; Nakiguli, Caroline Kiwanuka; Ntambi, Emmanuel (Journal of Water Resource and Protection,, 2019)
      River Rwizi originates from the Buhweju hills. It is a major source of water for the inhabitants of Mbarara Municipality and surrounding environment. In this study, spatial variation of water quality in River Rwizi section ...