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Immunization against murine malaria by sporozoites and by pre-erythrocytic stages

Immunization against murine malaria by sporozoites and by pre-erythrocytic stages

By Sedegah, M.; University of London (United Kingdom). (Thesis available at the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission Library). Human sporozoite vaccines against Plasmodium falciparum have already been tested in volunteers and the present study addresses certain questions that deserve consideration prior to field trials. … Continued
Development of instrumental neutron activation analysis methods for assessment of iodine and selected elements in Ghanaian foods using low power research reactors

Development of instrumental neutron activation analysis methods for assessment of iodine and selected elements in Ghanaian foods using low power research reactors

by Nyarko, B. J. B.; University of Cape Coast, Faculty of Science, Cape Coast (Ghana). (Thesis available at the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission Library). Publ. Year: 2006 View Abstract
The development of radiation-induced sterility for the management of lepidopterous maize stem bores:El dana saccharina walker (pyraldae) and sesmia calamistis hampson (noctuidae)

The development of radiation-induced sterility for the management of lepidopterous maize stem bores:El dana saccharina walker (pyraldae) and sesmia calamistis hampson (noctuidae)

By Annoh, C. E.; University of Cape Coast, Department of Zoology, (Ghana) Publ. Year: 2003 View Abstract
Petrology and Geochemistry of Paleoproterozoic Mafic-Ultramafic bodies and associated volcanic rocks in the southern part of Ashanti Greenstone belt, Ghana

Petrology and Geochemistry of Paleoproterozoic Mafic-Ultramafic bodies and associated volcanic rocks in the southern part of Ashanti Greenstone belt, Ghana

By Dampare, S. B.; Okayama University, Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology (Japan). (Thesis available at the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission Library). Understanding the ca. 2.1 Ga Palcoprotcrozoic (Birimian) magmatism in the West African craton is crucial tor the appraisal of … Continued