Fredrick M Musila
Fredrick M Musila
Lecturer,SBLS,Technical University of Kenya
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TitleCited byYear
In vivo antimalarial activity, toxicity and phytochemical screening of selected antimalarial plants
MF Musila, SF Dossaji, JM Nguta, CW Lukhoba, JM Munyao
Journal of ethnopharmacology 146 (2), 557-561, 2013
472013
Ethnobotanical Study of medicinal Plants used by the Tharaka People of Kenya
MM Kaigongi, FM Musila
International Journal of Ethnobiology & Ethnomedicine, 1 (1), 1-8, 2015
112015
Antimicrobial Activity, Toxicity and Phytochemical Screening of Four Medicinal Plants Traditionally Used in Msambweni District, Kenya
MM Kaigongi, SF Dossaji, JM Nguta, CW Lukhoba, FM Musila
Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare 4 (28), 6-12, 2014
62014
Assessment of Molluscicidal, Cercericidal and Miracicidal Activities of Crude Extracts of Azadirachta indica and Entada leptostachya
ES Michael, D Yole, MF Musila, H Kutima, P Kareru.
Biology,Agriculture & Healthcare 3 (5), 11-17, 2013
42013
Antibacterial and antifungal activities of 10 Kenyan Plectranthus species in the Coleus clade
FM Musila, JM Nguta, CW Lukhoba, SF Dossaji
Journal of Pharmacy Research| Vol 11 (8), 1003-1014, 2017
32017
Molecular Phylogeny, Leaf micromorphology and Antimicrobial activity of Phytoconstituents of Kenyan Plectranthus Species in the Coleus clade
FM MUSILA
University of Nairobi eRepository, PhD.Thesis; 2017/12;171 pages, 2017
2017
Phylogeny of Ten Kenyan Plectranthus Species in the Coleus Clade Inferred from Leaf Micromorphology, Rbcl and MatK Genes
FM Musila, CW Lukhoba, JM Nguta, SF Dossaji
Journal of Botany 2017, 2017
2017
In vivo antimalarial activity, toxicity and phytochemical screening of aqueous and organic extracts of selected antimalarial plants in Msambweni district, Kenya.
FM Musila
University of Nairobi, 2012
2012
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