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Detection and quantitative microbial risk assessment of pathogenic Vibrio cholerae in a river used for drinking, domestic, fresh produce irrigation and recreational purposes (2024)
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Ozochi, C. A., Okonkwo, C. C., Adukwu, E., Adukwu, E. C., Ujor, V. C., Enebe, M. C., & Chigor, V. N. (2024). Detection and quantitative microbial risk assessment of pathogenic Vibrio cholerae in a river used for drinking, domestic, fresh produce irrigation and recreational purposes. Discover Water, 4(1), Article 7. https://doi.org/10.1007/s43832-024-00059-z

Cholera infection results from the ingestion of water or food contaminated with toxigenic Vibrio cholerae. This study evaluated the occurrence of toxigenic V. cholerae in Asata River, Enugu Metropolis, Nigeria, and estimated V. cholerae infection ris... Read More about Detection and quantitative microbial risk assessment of pathogenic Vibrio cholerae in a river used for drinking, domestic, fresh produce irrigation and recreational purposes.

Variations in bacteriological and physicochemical water quality characteristics of Asata River, Enugu, Nigeria (2023)
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Ozochi, C., Nwankwo, C., Enemuor, S., Chidebelu, P., Adukwu, E., & Chigor, V. (2023). Variations in bacteriological and physicochemical water quality characteristics of Asata River, Enugu, Nigeria. Microbiology Journal, 13(1), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.3923/mj.2023.1.10

Background and Objective: Globally, river water remains an important source of water for drinking, domestic and other uses. This study aimed to assess the bacteriological and physicochemical properties of Asata River water. Materials and Methods: A... Read More about Variations in bacteriological and physicochemical water quality characteristics of Asata River, Enugu, Nigeria.

Accessibility to protected areas increases primate hunting intensity in Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea (2022)
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Branch, D., Moka Sharpe, S., Maho, L. M., Silochi Pons, M. Á., Mitogo Michá, F., Motove Etingüe, A., …Fernández, D. (2022). Accessibility to protected areas increases primate hunting intensity in Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. Frontiers in Conservation Science, 3, Article 780162. https://doi.org/10.3389/fcosc.2022.780162

Bioko is one of the most important sites for African primate conservation; yet it has seen a severe decline in its primate populations due to illegal hunting to supply a thriving wildmeat trade. The completion in 2015 of a new road bisecting the Gran... Read More about Accessibility to protected areas increases primate hunting intensity in Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

Effective management of district-level malaria control and elimination: Implementing quality and participative process improvements (2022)
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Agins, B., Case, P., Chandramohan, D., Chen, I., Chikodzore, R., Chitapi, P., …Viljoen, G. (2022). Effective management of district-level malaria control and elimination: Implementing quality and participative process improvements. BMC Public Health, 22(1), Article 140. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-021-12322-2

Although it is widely recognized that strong program management is essential to achieving better health outcomes, this priority is not recognized in malaria programmatic practices. Increased management precision offers the opportunity to improve the... Read More about Effective management of district-level malaria control and elimination: Implementing quality and participative process improvements.

The future of visual anthropology in the wake of Black Lives Matter: A dialogue among Shawn Sobers, Deborah Thomas and Sireita Mullings (2021)
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Mullings, S., Sobers, S., & Thomas, D. (2021). The future of visual anthropology in the wake of Black Lives Matter: A dialogue among Shawn Sobers, Deborah Thomas and Sireita Mullings. Visual Anthropology Review, 37(2), 401-421. https://doi.org/10.1111/var.12253

As a discipline, anthropology has long been subject to the scrutiny of critical race theorists and to questions of ethical practice with regard to ethnicity and representation. This dialogue features critical Black visual anthropologists discussing t... Read More about The future of visual anthropology in the wake of Black Lives Matter: A dialogue among Shawn Sobers, Deborah Thomas and Sireita Mullings.

Identification and distribution of novel badnaviral sequences integrated in the genome of cacao (Theobroma cacao) (2021)
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Muller, E., Ullah, I., Dunwell, J. M., Daymond, A. J., Richardson, M., Allainguillaume, J., & Wetten, A. (2021). Identification and distribution of novel badnaviral sequences integrated in the genome of cacao (Theobroma cacao). Scientific Reports, 11(1), Article 8270. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-87690-1

Theobroma cacao is one of the most economically important tropical trees, being the source of chocolate. As part of an ongoing study to understand the diversity of the badnavirus complex, responsible for the cacao swollen shoot virus disease in West... Read More about Identification and distribution of novel badnaviral sequences integrated in the genome of cacao (Theobroma cacao).

Social and economic rights and transformative constitutionalism in Africa: Imperative of expanding the frontiers of judicial activism (2019)
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Okogbule, N. S., & Brown, C. T. (2019). Social and economic rights and transformative constitutionalism in Africa: Imperative of expanding the frontiers of judicial activism. US-China Law Review, 16(2), 52-64. https://doi.org/10.17265/1548-6605/2019.02.002

Social and economic rights have undergone tremendous transformation over the years. Initially regarded with disdain and contempt, and as rights only to be realized progressively, these rights have increasingly become the cornerstone of activism in th... Read More about Social and economic rights and transformative constitutionalism in Africa: Imperative of expanding the frontiers of judicial activism.

It's harder for boys? Children's representations of their HIV/AIDS-affected peers in Zimbabwe (2015)
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LeRoux-Rutledge, E., Guerlain, M. A., Andersen, L. B., Madanhire, C., Mutsikiwa, A., Nyamukapa, C., …Campbell, C. (2015). It's harder for boys? Children's representations of their HIV/AIDS-affected peers in Zimbabwe. AIDS Care, 27(11), 1367-1374. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540121.2015.1093592

This study examines whether children in rural Zimbabwe have differing representations of their HIV/AIDS-affected peers based on the gender of those peers. A group of 128 children (58 boys, 70 girls) aged 10–14 participated in a draw-and-write exercis... Read More about It's harder for boys? Children's representations of their HIV/AIDS-affected peers in Zimbabwe.