Vinaora Nivo SliderVinaora Nivo SliderVinaora Nivo SliderVinaora Nivo SliderVinaora Nivo SliderVinaora Nivo SliderVinaora Nivo SliderVinaora Nivo Slider
SAED’s Ph.D graduate during the 44 th K.U Graduation
Principal Secretary, State Department for University Education and Research, Prof. Collette A. Suda , Chancellor of Kenyatta University (KU) Dr. Benson Wairegi and the Vice-Chancellor Prof. Paul Wainaina congratulates one of the SAED’s Ph.D graduands during the 44 th K.U graduation ceremony on 3 rd , August, 2018
Ms. Monicah Ndung'u AST Department at Scent Istvan University &other KU Students-Hungary
Ms. Monicah Wangeci Ndung’u (right) , a third year BSc. Agriculture student at the School of Agriculture Enterprise & Development in a company of two other Students from Kenyatta University who attended a 3 months (March –May ,2018) Erasmas Exchange Program at Scent Istavan University, Hungary.
Career Week 2018
A SAED student taking High School students through some of SAED's innovations
Career Week 2018
An Animal Science Department Staff taking students through some exhibits used in teaching in Animals Science Programme
SASA Award Ceremony
SASA Gold Award winner Ms. Martha Odhiambo , A student at School of Agriculture and Enterprise Development receiving her award from the Vice Chancellor Prof. Paul Wainaina and congratulated by Dr. Henry Kisembi (SASA Vice presdent in Africa) congratulates Ms. Martha Odhiambo.
SASA Award Ceremony
SASA Gold Award winner Ms. Martha Odhiambo , A student at School of Agriculture and Enterprise Development receiving her award from the Vice Chancellor Prof. Paul Wainaina.
SASA Award Ceremony
School of Agriculture and Enterprise Development (SAED) faculty members joins the Vice Chancellor in congratulating Ms. Martha Odhiambo.The faculty members are; Prof Waceke Wanjohi, Dean SAED (Extreme left), Dr. George Kariuki, Chairman Agricultural Science and Technology Department (extreme Right) and Dr.Catherine Muui , Ms. Martha’s supervisor(Second right).
11TH SAED POST GRADUATE SEMINAR
Guest speaker , Dr. Samuel Mbuku from KALRO Muguga (Third left, front row), SAED’s Staff, Postgraduate graduands and students during the 11th SAED Postgraduate Seminar that was held on18th July, 2018 at Business and Student Services Center on 18th July, 2018

Dr. Catherine Muui

Catherine Muui0415

Position: Lecturer
Department: Agricultural Science and Technology
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844 Nairobi 00100

View full CV pdf

Area of Specialization

  • Agronomy; Seed Science; Plant breeding


Research Interests

  • Germplasm conservation, crop improvement, Agronomic aspects affecting crop, Production, Seed science and technology

Conference Presentations

  • P.G. Kabui, C.W. Muui and W.M. Thagana Efficacy of a local and commercial rooting powder on roses. Nairobi, Kenya 1st- 5th December, 2014
  • Gohole, L.S., Muasya, R.M. and Muui, C.W. Varietal preferences and production of cowpea vegetable in western kenya Eldoret, Kenya 2006
  • C. W. Muui, R. M.Muasya, N. K. Rao, V. E. Anjichi and L.S. Gohole Effect of temperature and relative humidity on maize pollen longevity Kampala, Uganda 5-9 December 2005
  • Muui, C.W., Muasya, R. M. and D. T. Kirubi Promoting sorghum production and use through improved seed production technologies for food security in eastern Kenya Nairobi, Kenya 2010

Research

  • Catherine Muui 2010-2015 Identification and characterization of Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench landraces and improvement of on- farm seed production in eastern Kenya
  • 2006-2007 Cowpea morphological characterization and farmers’ preference selection in western Kenya
  • 2004-2005 Overcoming Seed Dormancy in Cleome gynadra L. to improve germination
  • 2004-2006 Modeling gene flow to assess risk to biodiversity in traditional cropping systemsof maize in western Kenya
  • 2000-2004 Chickpea (Cicer arietinum) selection for adaptation to the environmental conditions of Kenya’s Northwestern highland
  • 2000-2004 Selection of Chickpea (Cicer arietinum) for adaptation to Kenya’s highlands
  • 2000-2004 Determining the effects of seed type, seed treatment and Rhizobium inoculation on emergence, growth, yield and seed size of Chickpea (Cicer arietinum)
  • 1998-2000 Crop physiological analysis of seed quality variation in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 09 April 2015 04:30

Joomla templates by Joomlashine