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MSASAMiddle States African Studies Association (West Virginia)
MSASAMultiple Sequence Alignment Using Simulated Annealing
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The following are some of the questions that helped me to solicit answers from some representatives from Msasa project in 2001: When was Msasa project established?
These included Crossing the Boundary Fence (1988) by Patricia Chater; Friend Billy and the Msasa Avenue Three (1989) by Margaret Gloria Mucheri, to name but a few.
The Middle States African Studies Association (MSASA) was founded from a need to have a professional organization in the Middle States to address issues and concerns of Africa and African American professionals.
Nyangoni, W.W., Development and Underdevelopment: the political economy of exploitation in North-South relations (Marlborough, The Centre for Development and Global Studies and Msasa Publications, 1995).
Frye said that in Africa, the trees often had different common names in the different provinces: oakume and achit in Nigeria; meblo in the Ivory Coast; Zebrano in Gabon; Amouk in the Cameroons; and mjombo, mtondo, msasa, mafash, muputu, miombo, mienzi, molo, mtundo, mundu, and lohumbo in Tanganyika and Rhodesia.