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Author(s): M Madsen, J Schlundt, EFE Omer
Published in: Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.   Jun 20, 1987
90 1 101-109
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3586089

Water purification systems in Sudan were evaluated during this experiment. Women in Sudan have been purifying the water they gather from the Nile for many years.

Water for this experiment was collected from the Blue Nile, the White Nile and an irrigation canal in Khartoum. Bacterial strains were added to the majority of the water collected.

Two types of plant seeds were used for the coagulation process, which was done in a laboratory in Copenhagen. The Moringa oleifera was found to be more effective for bacterial strain removal than its cousin, the Moringa steropetala from Madagascar.


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Author(s): M Madsen, J Schlundt, EFE Omer
Published in: Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.   Jun 20, 1987
90 1 101-109
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3586089

Water purification systems in Sudan were evaluated during this experiment. Women in Sudan have been purifying the water they gather from the Nile for many years.

Water for this experiment was collected from the Blue Nile, the White Nile and an irrigation canal in Khartoum. Bacterial strains were added to the majority of the water collected.

Two types of plant seeds were used for the coagulation process, which was done in a laboratory in Copenhagen. The Moringa oleifera was found to be more effective for bacterial strain removal than its cousin, the Moringa steropetala from Madagascar.


Set to this revision Revision: Wed, 17 Jun 2009 20:03:33 +0000




Author(s): M Madsen, J Schlundt, EFE Omer
Published in: Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.   Oct 20, 2008
90 1 101-109
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3586089

Water purification systems in Sudan were evaluated during this experiment. Women in Sudan have been purifying the water they gather from the Nile for many years.

Water for this experiment was collected from the Blue Nile, the White Nile and an irrigation canal in Khartoum. Bacterial strains were added to the majority of the water collected.

Two types of plant seeds were used for the coagulation process, which was done in a laboratory in Copenhagen. The Moringa oleifera was found to be more effective for bacterial strain removal than its cousin, the Moringa steropetala from Madagascar.


Set to this revision Revision: Tue, 28 Oct 2008 10:01:45 +0000



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