Wycliffe Wanzala
Wycliffe Wanzala
Associate Professor, Biological Sciences, School of Science, Maasai Mara University
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Ethnoveterinary medicine: a critical review of its evolution, perception, understanding and the way forward
W Wanzala, KH Zessin, NM Kyule, MPO Baumann, E Mathia, A Hassanali
A survey of plants and plant products traditionally used in livestock health management in Buuri district, Meru County, Kenya
MM Gakuubi, W Wanzala
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 8 (1), 39, 2012
Ethnoknowledge of Bukusu community on livestock tick prevention and control in Bungoma district, western Kenya
W Wanzala, W Takken, WR Mukabana, AO Pala, A Hassanali
Journal of Ethnopharmacology 140 (2), 298-324, 2012
Control of Taenia saginata by post-mortem examination of carcasses
W Wanzala, JA Onyango-Abuje, EK Kang'ethe, KH Zessin, NM Kyule, ...
African Health Sciences 3 (2), 68-76, 2003
Attractive and repellent host odours guide ticks to their respective feeding sites
W Wanzala, NFK Sika, S Gule, A Hassanali
Chemoecology 14 (3-4), 229-232, 2004
Serodiagnosis of bovine cysticercosis by detecting live Taenia saginata cysts using a monoclonal antibody-based antigen-ELISA
W Wanzala, JA Onyango-Abuje, EK Kang'ethe, H Ochanda, LJS Harrison
Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 73 (4), 201-206, 2002
Quest for quality and relevant higher education, training and learning in Kenya: an overview
W Wanzala
Repellent activities of essential oils of some plants used traditionally to control the brown ear tick, Rhipicephalus appendiculatus
W Wanzala, A Hassanali, WR Mukabana, W Takken
Journal of parasitology research 2014, 2014
Chemical Composition and Mosquito Repellency of Essential Oil of Tagetes minuta from the Southern Slopes of Mount Elgon in Western Kenya
W Wanzala, SB Ogoma
Journal of Essential Oil Bearing Plants 16 (2), 216-232, 2013
Bioactive properties of Tagetes minuta L.(Asteraceae) essential oils: a review
W Wanzala, JM Wagacha, SF Dossaji, MM Gakuubi
Ethnobotanicals for management of the brown ear tick Rhipicephalus appendiculatus in western Kenya
WW Wanzala
Potential of traditional knowledge of plants in the management of arthropods in livestock industry with focus on (Acari) ticks
W Wanzala
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2017, 2017
Analysis of post-mortem diagnosis of bovine cysticercosis in Kenyan cattle
W Wanzala, A Onyango, EK Kang'ethe, KH Zessin
Chemical composition of essential oil oftithonia diversifolia (hemsl.) a. gray from the southern slopes of Mount Elgon in western Kenya
W Wanzala, EM Osundwa, OJ Alwala, MM Gakuubi
IJEPP, 2016
A survey of ethnobotany of the AbaWanga people in Kakamega County, western province of Kenya
N Shiracko, BO Owuor, MM Gakuubi, W Wanzala
NISCAIR-CSIR, India, 2016
Chemical composition and antibacterial activity of essential oils of Tagetes minuta (Asteraceae) against selected plant pathogenic bacteria
MM Gakuubi, JM Wagacha, SF Dossaji, W Wanzala
International Journal of Microbiology 2016, 2016
Characterization and evaluation of repellent effect of essential oil of Mangifera indica L. from Kenya
OJ Alwala, W Wanzala, RA Inyambukho, EM Osundwa, IO Ndiege
Journal of Essential Oil Bearing Plants 13 (1), 85-96, 2010
A survey of the applications and use of ethnomedicinal plants and plant products for healthcare from the Ukambani region in Eastern Kenya
W Wanzala, SM Syombua, JO Alwala
IJEPP, 2016
Determination of tannin concentrations in African indigenous vegetables, grains and cassava roots from Emuhaya district, western Kenya
JO Alwala, FN Kiema, W Wanzala
American Journal of Nutrition and Food Science, 2014
Ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) associated with wildlife and vegetation of Haller park along the Kenyan coastline
W Wanzala, S Okanga
Journal of medical entomology 43 (5), 789-794, 2006
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