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    Center for Viticultural Sciences
    The mission of the Center for Viticultural Sciences and Small Fruit Research is to conduct research and provide service and support that will help the viticulture industry in Florida to become a viable industry (Florida Viticulture Policy Act, 1978).
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    Veterinary Technology
    Advances in both veterinary medicine technology and technique are the fuel firing the increased demand for well-trained individuals to work as veterinary technologists.
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Publications

  • Jain, A., V.K Sharma, O.S. Mbuya. 2009. Removal of arsenite by Fe(VI), Fe(VI)/Fe, and Fe(VI)/Al(III) salts: Effect of pH and Anions. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 4:101
  • Mbuya, O.S., T.D. Tsegaye and L.C. McCowan. 2008. Rainfall. In: Soil Science: Step-by-Step Field Analysis. Soil Science Society of America: 201-210.
  • Logsdon, S., O.S. Mbuya, and T.D. Tsegaye. 2008. Bulk Density and Soil Moisture Sensors. In: Soil Science: Step-by-Step Field Analysis. Soil Science Society of America: 211-220.
  • Chase, C.A., and O.S. Mbuya. 2008. Greater Interference from Living Mulches than Weeds in Organic Broccoli Production. Weed Technology, 22:280-285.
  • Mbuya, O.S., W. Mwegoha, A. Jain, T.D. Tsegaye and N.Jaja. 2008. Effect of Perchlorate Concentration on Phytoremediation and Phytotoxicity. Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Restoration, 5:30-40.
  • Mwegoha, W., O.S. Mbuya, Amita Jain, N.H. Ugochukwu, and M.D. Abazinge. 2007. Use of Chicken Manure Extract for Biostimulation and Enhancement of Perchlorate Rhizodegradation in Soil and Water Media. Bioremediation Journal 11:60-70
  • Cherr, C.M, J.M.S. Scholberg, R. McSorley and O.S. Mbuya. 2007. Growth and Yield of Sweet Corn Following Green Manure in a Warm Temperature Environment on Sandy Soil. J. Agronomy & Crop Science 193:1-9.
  • Tsegaye, T., R. Baretto, K. Islam, O. Mbuya, and M. Wagaw. 2006. Comparison of selected soils properties at landscape positions under tropical forest ecosystems of Puerto Rico. Journal of Alabama Academy of Science Vol. 77, No. 3-4, p193-209.
  • Chase, C.A., O.S. Mbuya, and D.D. Treadwell. 2006. Living mulches for weed suppression and enhanced water infiltration in fall broccoli. HortScience 41:998.
  • Mbuya, O.S., B.J Mankazana and L.A. Latinwo. 2005. Ultraviolet light Disinfection of Drinking Water: An Alternative to Chlorination. European Journal of Scientific Research 1:27-44
  • C.M. Campbell, C.M., C.S. Gardner, O.S. Mbuya and C.O. Ikediobi. 2005. Naphthalene Removal From Seawater Using Selected Marine Alage. European Journal of Scientific Research, 8(1):34-42.
  • Ashok K. Jain, S.M. Basha, O.S. Mbuya and Stephen Leong. 2002. Developmental Changes in Amino Acids Content of Muscadine Grape Genotypes. Proc. Fla. Hort.Soc. 15:337-342.
  • Mbuya, O.S., and Robert R. Bradford (Editors). 2000. Proceedings: Regional Symposium on Nutrient Management on Water in the Southeastern United States-Problems and Solutions, held in Tallahassee, FL., June 4-6, 2000. pg. 22-27.
  • Mbuya, O.S., P. Nkedi-Kizza and K.J. Boote. 2001. Fate of Atrazine in Sandy Soil Cropped with Sorghum. J. Environ. Qual. 30:70-77.
  • Leuda Forrester, L.M. Latinwo, C. Fasanya-Odeumi, C. Ikediobi, M.D. Abazinge, O.S. Mbuya and J. Nwoga. 2000. Comparative Studies of Cadmuim-induced Single Strand Breaks in Female and Male Rats and the Ameliorative Effect of Selenium. International Journal of Molecular Medicine 6:449-452.
  • Rhoads, F.M., D.L. Wright, C.S. Gardner and O.S. Mbuya. 2000. Nitrogen Management, Irrigation, Row Spacing, Corn Yield, and Soil Nitrate-N Movement. In: Mbuya, O.S. and Robert R. Bradford (Editors). 2000. Proceedings: Regional Symposium on Nutrient Management on Water in the Southeastern United States-Problems and Solutions, held in Tallahassee, FL., June 4-6, 2000.
  • Gardner, C.S., O.S. Mbuya and F.M. Rhoads. 2000. Fertilizer Nitrogen Management in Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill) Production in North Florida. In: Mbuya, O.S. and Robert R. Bradford (Editors). 2000. Proceedings: Regional Symposium on Nutrient Management on Water in the Southeastern United States-Problems and Solutions, held in Tallahassee, FL., June 4-6, 2000. pg. 15-16
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  • Gardner C.S., O.S. Mbuya, C. Ikediobi, A. Kassa and C. Brown. 2001. Screening Trials of Different Plant Species for Biotransformation of Naphthalene. Biotechnological Investigations/Ocean Margins Programs (BIOMP) Conference in Savanna, GA. March 29-31, 2001.
  • Brown C., Gardner C.S., O.S. Mbuya, C. Ikediobi, and A. Kassa. 2001. Biodegradation of Naphthalene Using Marine Algae. A paper presented to the Biotechnological Investigations/Ocean Margins Programs (BIOMP) Conference in Savanna, GA. March 29-31, 2001.
  • C.S. Gardner and O.S. Mbuya. 2000. Nitrogen Management in Staked Tomato Production to Protect Water Quality. Twelfth Biennial Research Symposium - Association of Research Directors, Inc., Washington D.C., April 19-21, 2000.
  • C.S. Gardner and O.S. Mbuya. 2000. Nitrogen Leaching in Irrigated and Dry-land Corn (Zea mays L.) With Twin and Single Row Patterns, and Variable N Application Schedules. Twelfth Biennial Research Symposium - Association of Research Directors, Inc., Washington D.C., April 19-21, 2000.
  • G.M. Hitz, C.S. Gardner and O.S. Mbuya. 2000. Performance of Sorghum-Sudangrass as a Nutrient Recycling Crop Following Staked Tomato Production. Florida Academy of Science Annual Meeting, March 9-11, 2000.
  • Gardner, C., O. Mbuya and G. Queeley. 1999. Using cover crops to immobilize residual nitrate following staked tomato production in North Florida. Soil and Water Conservation pg. 57.
  • Fares, A., Y. Alila and O.S. Mbuya. 1998. Role of Numerical Models in Protecting Our Water Resources. Tunisian Scientific Magazine. 12:149-152.
  • Gardner C.S. and O.S. Mbuya. 1998. On-farm Use of Cover Crops to Recycle Residual N Following Staked Tomato Production. p. 31. In Agronomy Abstracts. Madison, WI.
  • Mbuya, O.S., P. Nkedi-Kizza and K.J. Boote. 1996. Nitrate Leaching: Comparison Between LEACHM and CERES-Sorghum Model. In Agronomy Abstracts. Madison, WI.
  • Mbuya, O.S., K.J. Boote and P. Nkedi-Kizza. 1996. Measured and Simulated Crop Nitrogen Uptake Using CERES-Sorghum Model. In Agronomy Abstracts. Madison, WI.
  • Mbuya, O.S., P. Nkedi-Kizza and K.J. Boote. 1992. Measurement and simulation of nitrate leaching in a sandy soil cropped with sorghum. In: Agronomy Abstracts. Madison, WI. pg. 9.
  • Mbuya, O.S., and K.J. Boote. 1989. Influence of shade on growth and yield components of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). In Agronomy Abstracts. Madison, WI.
  • Edje, O.T., J.M. Maimu, O.S. Mbuya, P. Ndakidemi, C.S. Mushi, and D.J. Allen. 1991. Progress in on-farm research with beans in Lushoto district, Tanga Region, Tanzania. Bean Improvement Co-operative Annual Report 34:68-69.
  • Mmbaga, M.E.T., E.M.K. Koinange, B. Gondwe, O.S. Mbuya, C.S. Mushi, and R. Kamala. 1990. Bean Production and research highlights in Northern Tanzania. In J.B. Smithson (ed.). Workshop on Bean Research in Eastern Africa, 2, Nairobi, Kenya. 1990. Proceedings. Debre Zeit, Ethiopia, CIAT Regional Programme on Beans in Eastern Africa. CIAT African Workshop series n. 7. pp. 144-151.
  • Mbuya, O.S. 1986. Effective number of bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) plants per hill in association with maize. In Abst. on Field Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Vol. XII No. 2, August 1987. Abst. No. 0510.
  • Mbuya, O.S., E.M.K. Koinange, and T.M.F. Samkyi. 1987. Economic advantages of intercropping bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) with maize versus sole cropping. Bean/Coepeas CRSP. Proc. of the Sixth Bean Research Workshop held at Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania.
  • Mbuya, O.S., E.M.K. Koinange, and M.E.T. Mmbaga. 1985. Optimum bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) density in association with maize. In Abst. on Field Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Vol. XI No. 3, December 1986. Abst. No. 0978.
  • E.M.K. Koinange, M.E.T. Mmbaga, and O.S. Mbuya. 1985. Screening bean cultivars for intercropping with maize. In A.N. Minjas and M.P. Salema (eds.). Proceedings of the 4th Workshop on Bean Research in Tanzania, Morogoro, pp. 8 - 12.