Applied Biology and Biochemistry
National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe
Andrew Siwela is a Associate Professor in the department of Applied Biology and Biochemistry in the National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe.
Metabolism, toxicity, carcinogenicity and prevalence of aflatoxins; Environmental toxicology; pesticide and heavy metal contamination of aquatic flora and fauna; study of antioxidant enzymes as a function of pollution and parasitic infections; Bioconversion of B-carotene to vitamin A in vivo and in vitro and Composition and levels of amino acids in local foodstuffs and feeds.
Siwela, A.H. and Caley, A.D. (1989). Aflatoxin contamination of stored groundnuts in Zimbabwe. In Summary and Recommendations of the International Workshop on aflatoxin control of groundnut, 6 - 9 Oct. 1987, ICRISAT Centre, India. pp 9. (Abstract Only)4) 4)Siwela, A.H. and Caley, A.D. (1989). Aflatoxin contamination of stored groundnuts in Zimbabwe. In: Aflatoxin contamination of groundnut. Proceedings of the International Workshop, 6-9 Oct. 1987, ICRISAT Centre,Patancheru, AP 502324, India. pp 59-63.
Hasler, J.A., Siwela, A.H., Nyathi, C.B. and Chetsanga, C.J. (1986). The effect of schistosomiasis on the activation of aflatoxin B1. Research Communications in Chemical Pathology and Pharmacology, (USA) 51: 421 - 423.
Siwela, A.H. (1985). Quantitative amino acid analysis of extracted soyabean meal hydrolysates by Ion Exchange Chromatography. Zimbabwe Agricultural Journal, 82 :161-163