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      Subject
      D. teres f. sp teres, R. commune, P. polymyxa KaI245, net-form-net-blotch, scald, bio-control [1]
      Dairy farming, zero-grazing, adoption, bi-probit model. [1]
      Data [1]
      DATES SOWING, WHEAT CROP SOWING, AQUACROP MODEL, SOIL MOISTURE REGIMES [1]
      DEBT FINANCING AND SUGAR MANUFACTURING FIRMS, SUGAR MANUFACTURING FIRM PERFORMANCE IN KENYA, OPERATING LEASE FINANCING ON FIRM PERFOMANCE [1]
      Debt Financing and secondary schools, Financial Sustainability and secondary schools, Trade credit and secondary schools [1]
      DECONGESTION MEASURES [1]
      Deflouridation, Adsorption, Tilapia Fish Scales [1]
      DENTAL CARIES AND DIETARY HABITS, DENTAL CARIES AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS AMONG 5-YEAR-OLD, DENTAL CARIES PREVALENCE AMONG SCHOOL CHILDREN [1]
      Dental caries, Parents/caregivers, Children [1]
      DENTAL FLUOROSIS CONCENTRATION IN RUMINANTS, FLUORIDE CONCENTRATION IN RUMINANT, DENTAL FLUOROSIS CONCENTRATION IN RUMINANTTISSUES, DENTAL FLUOROSIS CONCENTRATION IN RUMINANT PRODUCTS [1]
      detritivore shredders, stream invertebrates, ecosystem function, gut content analysis, omnivory, trophic relationships, Potamonautes spp., organic matter, riparian disturbance, Afrotropical streams [1]
      Devolution, Policy, Challenges, Opportunities, ECDE Objectives, Counties [1]
      DFB laser performance, Raman pump performance, Frequency stability, clock signal [1]
      Diabetic rats, EFFECTS OF Polyscias fulva ETHANOLIC BARK EXTRACT IN DIABETIC RATS [1]
      Diabetis Mellitus in North Rift Kenya, Diabetes type 2 [1]
      dietary, fish, aberration, metals, competing, aflatoxins, Lambda-cyhalothrin [1]
      Dietary. Fish. Aberration. indicator . Iron, Growth. Aflatoxins. Lambda cyhalothrin [1]
      DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION MODEL OF HIV [1]
      DIGENEAN TREMATODE IN NILE TILAPIA (Oreochromis niloticus, Linnaeus 1758), MONOGENEAN INFECTIONS IN NILE TILAPIA (Oreochromis niloticus, Linnaeus 1758), NILE TILAPIA STOCKING DENSITY IN UHANYA BEACH, NILE TILAPIA INFECTIONS SEASONALITY [1]