Applied Biology and Biochemistry
National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe
Ngonidzashe Mangoma is a Lecturer in the department of Applied Biology and Biochemistry in the National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe.
Plant biotechnology - metabolic engineering of plants; Environmental Biotechnology (i) Biological treatment of industrial effluents (ii) Bioconversion of waste to energy (biogas).
T. Mtasa, N. Mangoma, Z. Dhlamini. 2014. Sensitivity of some pathogen isolates to fungicides commonly used in vegetable greenhouses in Zimbabwe.
Ngonidzashe Mangoma and Zephaniah Dhlamini. 2014. Use of the polymerase chain reaction-restriction fragment length polymorphism (PCR-RFLP) technique to analyse the Anthocyanidin Synthase (ANS) gene Locus in Zimbabwean sorghum landraces with different seed proanthocyanidin profiles.
Joshua Mbanga, Ngonidzashe Mangoma, Bamusi Saidi. 2010. An Evaluation of the Antimicrobial Activities of Aloe barbadensis, A. chabaudii and A. arborescens Leaf Extracts Used in Folklore Veterinary Medicine in Zimbabwe.