Masters Students

Dorcas M Lekganyane
Dorcas M Lekganyane
didi@acdb.co.za
The Mystery of Muthi: Unveiling the identity of bulbous and perennial plants traded at the Faraday Medicinal Market, Johannesburg, using DNA
Future Machate
Future Machate
futuremachate@gmail.com
DNA barcoding of non-native succulent plants in the horticultural trade industry in South Africa
Hendrik Niemann
Hendrik Niemann
hennieniemann92@gmail.com
A DNA barcoding approach to assess the risk posed by the aquarium trade in the spread of invasive aquatic plants in South Africa.
Khanyisile Shabangu
Khanyisile Shabangu
Khanyi574@gmail.com
Sisyranthus: A poorly known genus within Apocynaceae from southern Africa
Letlhogonolo Sello
Letlhogonolo Sello
tlhogi.sello@gmail.com
Cracking down on counterfeits: Creating a DNA barcode reference library of commercial herbal products traded in South Africa
Ross Stewart
Ross Stewart
ross.d.stewart@gmail.com
DNA barcoding and systematics of the southern African endemic genus Gasteria (Xanthorrhoeaceae)
Ryan David Rattray
Ryan David Rattray
ryanr@uj.ac.za
The quality control conundrum: Using DNA Barcoding and chemical profiling for Authenticating Pelargonium Species Used in Commercial Herbal...
Sanele Shiba
Sanele Shiba
sanele.shiba@gmail.com
Generic circumscription and relationships of Southern African representatives of Hypoxis and allies (Hypoxidaceae, Asparagales)
Sydney Ramulifho
Sydney Ramulifho
ramulifhosydney@gmail.com
Molecular phylogeny of the Fadogia-Rytigynia group and closely related genera within Vanguerieae
Zinhle Manda
Zinhle Manda
mandachalo@gmail.com
Unmasking the succulent plant trade at the Faraday traditional medicinal market in Johannesburg, South Africa