Moa Megersa
Moa Megersa
MSc in botanical Science
Verified email at ju.edu.et
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An ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in Wayu Tuka district, east Welega zone of oromia regional state, West Ethiopia
M Megersa, Z Asfaw, E Kelbessa, A Beyene, B Woldeab
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 9 (1), 68, 2013
1192013
The use of indigenous plant species for drinking water treatment in developing countries: a review
M Megersa, A Beyene, A Ambelu, B Woldeab
Journal of biodiversity and environmental sciences 5 (3), 269-281, 2014
292014
Experimental evaluation of sorptive removal of fluoride from drinking water using iron ore
B Kebede, A Beyene, F Fufa, M Megersa, M Behm
Applied Water Science 6 (1), 57-65, 2016
222016
Assessment of the quality of drinking water in storage tanks and its implication on the safety of urban water supply in developing countries
D Chalchisa, M Megersa, A Beyene
Environmental Systems Research 6 (1), 1-6, 2018
192018
Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in Wayu Tuka Wereda, East Wollega zone of Oromia region, Ethiopia
M Megersa
Addis Ababa University, 2010
142010
A preliminary evaluation of locally used plant coagulants for household water treatment
M Megersa, A Beyene, A Ambelu, D Asnake, T Bekele, B Firdissa, ...
Water Conservation Science and Engineering 1 (2), 95-102, 2016
92016
Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants used to treat human diseases in Berbere district, Bale zone of Oromia regional state, south east Ethiopia
TT JIma, M Megersa
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2018
82018
Comparison of purified and crude extracted coagulants from plant species for turbidity removal
M Megersa, A Beyene, A Ambelu, L Triest
International journal of environmental science and technology 16 (5), 2333-2342, 2019
62019
Medicinal plants used for treatment of diarrhoeal related diseases in Ethiopia
B Woldeab, R Regassa, T Alemu, M Megersa
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2018, 2018
62018
Extraction of natural coagulants from Maerua subcordata and Moringa stenopetala for use in turbid water treatment
M Megersa, A Beyene, A Ambelu, L Triest
Desalination and Water Treatment 59, 127–134, 2017
62017
Ethnobotonical study of traditional medicinal plants used to treat human ailments by halaba people, southern Ethiopia
R Regassa,T Bekele, M Megersa
Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies 5 (4), 36-47, 2017
52017
Effect of salt solutions on coagulation performance of Moringa stenopetala and Maerua subcordata for turbid water treatment
M Megersa, W Gach, A Beyene, A Ambelu, L Triest
Separation and Purification Technology 221, 319-324, 2019
42019
Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in Wayu Tuka Wereda, East Wollega Zone of Oromia Region, Ethiopia (M. Sc Thesis)
M Megersa
Ethiopia: Addis Ababa University, 2010
42010
Ethnomedicinal knowledge on water purification in selected rural areas of Ethiopia
M Megersa, A Beyene, A Ambelu, Z Alebachew, L Triest
Ethnobotany Research and Applications 14, 393-403, 2015
32015
The Use of medicinal plants for the treatment of toothache in Ethiopia
M Megersa, TT Jima, KK Goro
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2019, 2019
22019
Coupling extracts of plant coagulants with solar disinfection showed a complete inactivation of faecal coliforms
M Megersa, A beyene, A Ambelu, L Triest
CLEAN - Soil Air Water 47 (1), 1-8, 2019
2*2019
Solar disinfection potentials of aqua lens, photovoltaic and glass bottle subsequent to plant-based coagulant: for low-cost household water treatment systems
Y Lamore, A Beyene, S Fekadu, M Megersa
Applied Water Science 8 (4), 100, 2018
12018
Large expert-curated database for benchmarking document similarity in biomedical literature search
YZ Peter Brown, RELISH Consortium
Database 2019, 2019
2019
An ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in Wonago Woreda, SNNPR, Ethiopia.
B Bizuayehu, M Belete, T Demsis, I Friis, S Demissew, PV Breugel, ...
Trends in Applied Sciences Research 14 (1), Pages: 306-Pages: 306, 2010
2010
Purification of water through plant-based coagulants
M Megersa, A Beyene, A Ambelu, L Triest
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