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  1. 1996-01-19 The parasiticweed Striga hermonthica is a major problem in African millet fields. International Agricultural Development (Jan/Feb 1994) reports that dense intercropping of cowpea in millet stands can reduce Striga emergence.
  2. This book includes a discussion of bio-control agents, a gallery of bugs, and products that can be used as part of a bio-control plan.
  3. 1998-02-19 A striga resistant sorghum has been developed. In addition the fungus, Fusarium oxysporum, may help control striga.
  4. 1997-11-19 Two methods for controlling ticks on goats in the tropics.
  5. 1999-03-19 Papaya seeds are part of traditional Ethiopian medicine for stomach worms.
  6. 1999-10-19 Women who are or might be pregnant should probably not use the seed for medicinal purposes.”
  7. 2006-07-20 Trichomes from Mucuna pruriens (L.) DC. var. pruriens (also known as kewach or cow-itch) are effective in removing parasitic worms in pregnant does.
  8. Bilharzia is a worm or parasite that gets into your body, grows big, and makes you sick. This booklet discusses how blood flukes spread and how the parasite travels in a body. No page numbers, illustrated
  9. This research paper is about the importance on Hydnocarpus derivatives on nematodes and eubacteria. 57 pages, illustrations
  10. The Journal is devoted primarily to pure and applied research and provides a medium for the publication of investigations in all aspects of Parasitology. The Journal will publish original research and technical studies carried out in the country, as well as works and documents from foreigners...