Candice Leigh Bromley
Candice Leigh Bromley
Rhodes University
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The implementation of a service-learning component in an organic chemistry laboratory course
SR Glover, JD Sewry, CL Bromley, MT Davies-Coleman, A Hlengwa
Journal of Chemical Education 90 (5), 578-583, 2013
Polypropionates from the South African Marine Mollusk Siphonaria oculus
CL Bromley, WL Popplewell, SC Pinchuck, AN Hodgson, ...
Journal of natural products 75 (3), 497-501, 2012
Halogenated oxindole and indoles from the South African marine ascidian Distaplia skoogi
CL Bromley, S Parker-Nance, JA de la Mare, AL Edkins, DR Beukes, ...
South African Journal of Chemistry 66, 00-00, 2013
Hyphenated LC-ICP-MS/ESI-MS identification of halogenated metabolites in South African marine ascidian extracts
CL Bromley, A Raab, S Parker-Nance, DR Beukes, M Jaspars, ...
South African Journal of Chemistry 71 (1), 111-117, 2018
The effects of land use on the avifauna and its conservation in a Kenyan coastal forest ecosystem, and the significance of the Arabuko-Sokoke Forest to the local community
DO Chiawo, CL Bromley, S Abboo, CA Coobes, DGN Cornwell, ...
PhD thesis, Rhodes University, South Africa, 2015
Investigation into the bioactive metabolites of deep sea fungi
CL Bromley, RM Young, S Jackson, T Sutton, A Dobson, BJ Baker
Planta Medica 81 (11), PQ27, 2015
Irish Osmundea spp.: Food or shelter for Aplysia sp.?
S Soldatou, RM Young, CL Bromley, S Heesch, BJ Baker
Planta Medica 81 (11), PI3, 2015
Detection of halogenated tryamine and tyrosine derivatives in extracts of Algoa Bay ascidians
CL Bromley, A Raab, D Beukes, J Feldman, M Jaspars, ...
Planta Medica 81 (11), PQ29, 2015
The Chemistry of Algoa Bay Ascidians
CL Bromley
Rhodes University, 2015
Studies in South African marine molluscan chemistry.
CL Bromley
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