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  1. Striga species are noxious root hemi-parasitic weeds that debilitate cereal production in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Control options for Striga are limited and developing Striga resistant crop germplasm is regarde...

    Authors: Steven Runo, Sarah Macharia, Amos Alakonya, Jesse Machuka, Neelima Sinha and Julie Scholes
    Citation: Plant Methods 2012 8:20
  2. Sorghum yields in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) are greatly reduced by parasitic plants of the genus Striga (witchweed). Vast global sorghum genetic diversity collections, as well as the availability of modern sequenc...

    Authors: Jacinta Kavuluko, Magdaline Kibe, Irine Sugut, Willy Kibet, Joel Masanga, Sylvia Mutinda, Mark Wamalwa, Titus Magomere, Damaris Odeny and Steven Runo
    Citation: BMC Plant Biology 2021 21:392
  3. Once a transgenic plant is developed, the selectable marker gene (SMG) becomes unnecessary in the plant. In fact, the continued presence of the SMG in the transgenic plant may cause unexpected pleiotropic effe...

    Authors: Jonathan M Matheka, Sylvester Anami, James Gethi, Rasha A Omer, Amos Alakonya, Jesse Machuka and Steven Runo
    Citation: BMC Research Notes 2013 6:448
  4. Thermophilic composting is a promising method of sanitizing pathogens in manure and a source of agriculturally important thermostable enzymes and microorganisms from organic wastes. Despite the extensive studi...

    Authors: Felix Matheri, Anne Kelly Kambura, Maina Mwangi, Nehemiah Ongeso, Edward Karanja, Noah Adamtey, Elias Kihara Mwangi, Edwin Mwangi, Chrysantus Tanga, Martha Wangu Musyoka and Steven Runo
    Citation: BMC Microbiology 2023 23:50
  5. Molecular diagnostic tools have been incorporated in insecticide resistance monitoring programmes to identify underlying genetic basis of resistance and develop early warning systems of vector control failure....

    Authors: Sharon Mwagira-Maina, Steven Runo, Lucy Wachira, Stanley Kitur, Sarah Nyasende, Brigid Kemei, Eric Ochomo, Damaris Matoke-Muhia, Charles Mbogo and Luna Kamau
    Citation: Malaria Journal 2021 20:461