2014 Research Publications

  1. Moses, A., Bernard, S., Oriko, O. R., & Edward, A. (2014). Preliminary qualitative analysis of phytochemical constituents of the Endemic Aloe tororoana Raynolds in Tororo, Eastern Uganda. Glo Adv Res J Agric, 096-099.
  2. Janani, L., Hillary, L., & Phillips, K. (2014). Mordanting methods for dyeing cotton fabrics with dye from Albizia coriaria plant species. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications4(10), 1-6.
  3. Janani, L., Hillary, L., & Phillips, K. (2014). Mordanting methods for dyeing cotton fabrics with dye from Albizia coriaria plant species. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications4(10), 1-6.
  4. Rwawiire, S., Okello, J., & Habbi, G. (2014). Comparative Evaluation of Dynamic Mechanical Properties of Epoxy Composites Reinforced with Woven Fabrics from Sansevieria (Sansevieria trifasciata) Fibres and Banana (Musa sapientum) Fibres Primerjalna ocena dinamičnih mehanskih lastnosti epoksi. Tekstilec57(4).
  5. Rwawiire, S., & Tomkova, B. (2014). Thermo-physiological and comfort properties of Ugandan barkcloth from Ficus natalensis. The Journal of The Textile Institute105(6), 648-653.
  6. Rwawiire, S., K32asedde, A., Nibikora, I., & Wandera, G. (2014). Prediction of polyester/cotton ring spun yarn unevenness using adaptive neuro fuzzy inference system. Journal of Textile and Apparel, Technology and Management8(4).
  7. Semwogerere, T., Kucel, S. B., & Lating, P. O. (2014). Modeling erosion from erosion features on gravel roads-the rill model. In  Annual conf. Engineering and Technology(pp. 637-642).
  8. Oruru, B., & Meintjes, P. J. (2014). The Peculiar Binary System AE Aquarii from its Characteristic Multi-wavelength Emission. In EPJ Web of Conferences(Vol. 64, p. 07003). EDP Sciences.
  9. Akuffo, H., Freeman, P., Johansson, E., Obua, C., Ogwal-Okeng, J., & Waako, P. (2014). Doctoral education and institutional research capacity strengthening: An example at Makerere University in Uganda (2000–2013). Higher Education Policy27(2), 195-217.
  10. Oruru, B., & Meintjes, P. J. (2014). The Peculiar Binary System AE Aquarii from its Characteristic Multi-wavelength Emission. In EPJ Web of Conferences(Vol. 64, p. 07003). EDP Sciences.
  11. Ekou, J., Ndidde, Y., Akullo, J., & Zirintunda, G. (2014). Postmortem incidence and trends of Newcastle disease lesions among chicken presented for diagnosis at Makerere University Central Veterinary Laboratory: A retrospective study. Journal of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Health6(8), 217-221.
  12. Byamukama, R., Andima, M., Mbabazi, A., & Kiremire, B. T. (2014). Anthocyanins from mulberry (Morus rubra) fruits as potential natural colour additives in yoghurt. African Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry8(12), 182-190.
  13. Kifuko, R., Kunobwa, J., Oriko, R. O., & Okalang, U. Effects of Ugandan Common Sachet Alcohol Brands on Liver Catalase Activity.
  14. Biira, S. (2014). ANALYSIS OF SOLAR RADIATION IN UGANDA.
  15. Ryken, N., Vanmaercke, M., Wanyama, J., Deckers, J., Isabirye, M., & Poesen, J. (2014, May). The impact of papyrus wetland encroachment on the spatial and temporal variability of stream flow and sediment export in the upper Rwizi catchment, Southwest Uganda. In EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts(Vol. 16).
  16. Kamalha, E., Zheng, Y. S., Zeng, Y. C., & Mwasiagi, J. I. (2014). Effect of solvent concentration on morphology of electrospun Bombyx mori silk.
  17. Nampala, H., Luboobi, L. S., Mugisha, J. Y., & Obua, C. (2014). Modelling Hepatotoxicity of Antiretroviral Therapy in the Liver during HIV Monoinfection. International Journal of Computational Mathematics2014.
  18. Ssemukasa, E. L., & Kearney, J. (2014). Six months of exclusive breastfeeding recommendation: How applicable is the universal exclusive breastfeeding recommendation policy?. African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development14(4), 9071-9084.
  19. Semwogerere, T., Kucel, S. B., & Lating, P. O. (2014). Modeling the" Second" Soil Erosion on Non-Paved Roads. International Journal of Applied Physics and Mathematics4(4), 290.
  20. Mwasiagi, J. I., Yu, C. W., Phologolo, T., Waithaka, A., Kamalha, E., & Ochola, J. R. (2014). Characterization of the Kenyan Hibiscus sabdariffa L.(Roselle) Bast Fibre. Fibres & Textiles in Eastern Europe.
  21. Faustine, A., Mvuma, A. N., Mongi, H. J., Gabriel, M. C., Tenge, A. J., & Kucel, S. B. (2014). Wireless sensor networks for water quality monitoring and control within lake victoria basin: prototype development. Wireless Sensor Network6(12), 281.
  22. Omwonylee, J. O., Diongue, A. K., & Odongo, L. O. (2014). Modelling Internally Displaced Persons’(IDPs) Time to Resuming their Ancestral Homes after IDPs’ Camps in Northern Uganda Using Parametric Methods.
  23. Amabayo, E. B., Anguma, S. K., & Jurua, E. (2014). Tracking the Ionospheric Response to the Solar Eclipse of November 03, 2013. International Journal of Atmospheric Sciences2014.
  24. Munyuli, B. M. T. (2014). Is Cut-Flower Industry Promotion by the Government Negatively Affecting Pollinator Biodiversity and Environmental/Human Health in Uganda?. ISRN Biodiversity2014.
  25. Ssemukasa, E. L., & Kearney, J. (2014). Complementary feeding practices in Wakiso district of Uganda. African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development14(4), 9085-9103.
  26. Munyuli, T., & Mushambanyi, B. (2014). Social and ecological drivers of the economic value of pollination services delivered to coffee in central Uganda. Journal of Ecosystems2014.
  27. Ekou, J. (2014). Dairy production and marketing in Uganda: current status, constraints and way forward. African Journal of Agricultural Research9(10), 881-888.
  28. Munyuli, T. (2014). Influence of functional traits on foraging behaviour and pollination efficiency of wild social and solitary bees visiting coffee (Coffea canephora) flowers in Uganda. Grana53(1), 69-89.