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Berhanu Abegaz

Kenya
African Academy of Science
Fellow:
  • 2014 First Semester
  • 2017 Second Semester
  • 2018 Second Semester
  • Permanent Visiting Fellows

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Africa is known for its rich biodiversity, particularly in higher plants. African societies have had and still have very elaborate ethnobotanical and ethnomedical history.  Some of the earliest (pre-historic)...
Flavonoids are an important class of natural products that occur in plants, and microorganisms. Humans do not biosynthesize these and therefore they must acquire them as food. The basic flavonoid skeleton...
The paper begins with a historical background attempting to provide an African wide perspective unifying the often fragmented contributions of North Africa, South Africa and the rest of the continent....
There is little one can read about the history and the pioneers of chemistry in Africa and even that is mostly written by non-Africans. The idea to document and recognize the pioneers of chemistry began...

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