Applied Biology and Biochemistry
National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe
Thulani Sibanda is a Lecturer in the department of Applied Biology and Biochemistry in the National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe.
Microbial stress response and food safety; Predictive Microbiology and risk assessment
Sibanda T and Okoh AI (2007). The Challenges of overcoming antibiotic resistance: Plant extracts as potential sources of resistance modifying agents. African Journal of Biotechnology. Vol. 6 (25), Page: 2886-2896.
Sibanda T and Okoh AI (2008). In vitro antibacterial regimes of crude aqueous and acetone extracts of Garcinia kola seeds. Journal of Biological Sciences. Volume 8(1), Page: 149-154.
Okagbue RN, Mwenje E, Kudanga T, Siwela M and Sibanda T (2001). Isolation of Aureobasidiumpullulans from Zimbabwean sources and glucosidase activities of selected isolates. South African Journal of Botany. 67(2): Page: 157-160.