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Details of Dr. Meshack A.O. Obonyo   


PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Senior Lectuer
Address
536 Nakuru
Regions Mediterranean Sea - Western Basin
Tel obonyom@gmail.com
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree PhD
Job type Data Management
Research Area(s) Climatology, Meteorology , Climatology, Meteorology
Research Region 46, 71
Working languages English
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Meshack OBONYO)

Bramwel Wanjala, Meshack Obonyo, Francis Wachira, Alice Muchugi, Margaret Mulaa, Jagger Harvey, Robert Skilton, Janice Proud, Jean Hanson (2013) Genetic diversity in Napier grass (PennisetumpurpureumSchumach.) cultivars: Implication on breeding and conservation. (AoB PLANTS, 11-03-2013).
MeshackObonyo , Fritz Schulthess, Mathayo Chimtawi, Gérard Mascarel, Peter O. Ahuya, Bruno Le Ru, Johnnie van den Berg, Jean-François Silvain, Paul-André Calatayud (2011) Sensilla on antennae, ovipositor and tarsi of the larval braconid parasitoids, Cotesiasesamiae and Cotesiaflavipes (Hymenoptera: Braconidae): a comparative scanning electron microscopy study. Annales de la SociétéEntomologique de France, 47 (1?2) : 119-127
Meshack Obonyo, Fritz Schulthess, Bruno Le Ru, Johnnie van den Berg, Jean-François Silvain, Paul-André Calatayud. (2010) Importance of contact chemical cues in host recognition and acceptance by the braconid larval endoparasitoids Cotesiasesamiae and Cotesiaflavipes Biological Control 54 (2010) 270?275.
Meshack Obonyo, Fritz Schulthess, Bruno Le Ru, Johnnie van den berg and Paul-André Calatayud (2010) Host recognition and acceptance behaviour in Cotesiasesamiae and Cotesiaflavipes, parasitoids of gramineouss temborers in Africa. European Journal of Entomology 107: (2010) 169?176


Created: 2014-07-18 Last Updated: 2014-07-18