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Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine volume 9 , Article number: 31 Cite this article. Metrics details. Traditional medicine has remained as the most affordable and easily accessible source of treatment in the primary healthcare system of resource poor communities in Zimbabwe. The local people have a long history of traditional plant usage for medicinal purposes.
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Desertification is land degradation in drylands. Climate change and desertification have strong interactions. Desertification affects climate change through loss of fertile soil and vegetation. Soils contain large amounts of carbon, some of which could be released to the atmosphere due to desertification, with important repercussions for the global climate system.
In this study, chitosan was functionalized with cationic antibacterial moieties and combined with reduced graphene oxide-modified TiO 2 nanoparticles and a novel, acetal-based cross-linker to prepare acid-degradable, hybrid coatings. Surfactant assemblies have drawn great attention in fabricating fluorescent sensors as they can provide advantages such as easy preparation, low cost, aqueous detection, high fluorescence stability, high sensitivity to external stimuli, etc. We have devoted the past few years to fluorescent cross-reactive sensors and arrays that are advantageous in differentiating similar analytes and analyzing mixed samples. In this Spotlight on Applications, we introduce our recent advances in developing surfactant assembly-based fluorescent sensors and arrays for discrimination applications. Besides using surfactant assemblies encapsulating fluorophores to fabricate multiple-element-based sensor arrays, we particularly proposed to take advantage of modulation effect of dynamic surfactant assemblies on the photophysical properties of encapsulated fluorophores to construct single-system-based discriminative sensors, which have been successfully applied in differentiation of multiple metal ions and various proteins.