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  • 1. EFFECT OF AGE OF GUINEA GRASS (Panicum maximum) ON SILAGE QUALITY AND ITS NUTRI...

    » ABSTRACT An all year round pasture is not always guaranteed in the tropics especially in Nigeria as half of the period is a dry season. In order to circumvent the pasture scarcity during drought, silage making is paramount. In this vein, nutritive value of silage made from Guinea grass (GG) frequently harvested at 4, 6 and 8 weeks was assessed by West African dwarf (WAD) goat. Quality and chemical...Continue Reading »

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  • 2. ASSESSMENT OF WEIGHT GAIN BETWEEN INDIGENOUS AND EXOTIC BREED OF BROILER

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Poultry farming involves, domesticating birds such as chickens, turkeys, ducks and geese. They are raised primarily for meat production. Chickens raised for eggs are referred to as laying hens while chicken raised for meat are referred to as broilers. Exotic chickens are raised in specialized caging systems, they are fed with specialized formula...Continue Reading »

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  • 3. ASSESSMENT OF THE DEFENSE SYSTEM IN DIABETIC RATS TREATED WITH AQUEOUS LEAVES E...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION The prevalence nature of micro organisms caused the human body to develop a natural defense system against the adverse effects of these organisms (Pick et al, 2008). A complex network of specialized cells, glands, organs, specialized proteins and molecular messengers make up the body defense system which is typically known as the “IMMUNE SYSTEM”, and this i...Continue Reading »

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  • 4. ANTHROPOD PREDATORS AND INSECT PEST CONTROL

    » ABSTRACT Insect pests are those insect species that are injurious or a nuisance. They cause injury or damage to crops in the field and grains in storage. Man and his domesticated animals are also attacked by insect pests. Arthropod predators belong to the phylum Arthropoda and are most times beneficial in the control of insect pests. Arthropod predators are members of the phylum Arthropoda which c...Continue Reading »

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  • 5. AN INVESTIGATION ON THE BREEDING SEASON OF VILLAGE WEAVER

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  • 6. SSESSMENT OF THE DEFENSE SYSTEM IN DIABETIC RATS TREATED WITH AQUEOUS LEAVES EXT...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION The prevalence nature of micro organisms caused the human body to develop a natural defense system against the adverse effects of these organisms (Pick et al, 2008). A complex network of specialized cells, glands, organs, specialized proteins and molecular messengers make up the body defense system which is typically known as the “IMMUNE SYSTEM”, and this i...Continue Reading »

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  • 7. EFFECT OF BREED, AGE AND SEX ON GROWTH, HAEMATOLOGICAL, SERUM BIOCHEMICAL AND C...

    » ABSTRACT A study was conducted to assess the effect of breed, sex and age on growth, haematological, serum biochemical and carcass characteristics of Turkey. The data was generated from 100 Turkeys which comprised 50 Norfolk breed and 50 Mammoth breed. The growth traits included biweekly body weight (BW) and linear body measurements: neck length (NL), body length (BL), thigh length (TL), shank len...Continue Reading »

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  • 8. INFLUENCE OF GENOTYPE AND FEED RESTRICTION ON POST-WEANING GROWTH PERFORMANCE O...

    » ABSTRACT Data on 102 progeny of New Zealand White (NZ), Chinchilla (CH) and Dutch (DU) breeds of rabbits and their crossbreds obtained from birth to 14 weeks were used for this study. Genotype and feeding regime were the factors of interest. The genotypes were New Zealand White x New Zealand White (NZxNZ), Chinchilla×Chinchilla (CHxCH), Dutch×Dutch (DU×DU), New Zealand White x Ch...Continue Reading »

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  • 9. THE EFFECT OF GARLIC (Allium sativum L.) MEAL AS A FEED INGREDIENT IN THE DIETS ...

    » ABSTRACT Four experiments were carried out to evaluate the effect of Garlic supplementation in broiler chickens. In the first experiments 0 4 weeks, a total of 270 day old broiler chicks were used for the experiment which had six treatments and three replicates, each replicate was allotted 15 birds in a completely randomized design. Six broiler starter diets were formulated such that (Diet 1) cont...Continue Reading »

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  • 10. EFFECT OF BREED, AGE AND SEX ON GROWTH, HAEMATOLOGICAL, SERUM BIOCHEMICAL AND CA...

    » ABSTRACT A study was conducted to assess the effect of breed, sex and age on growth, haematological, serum biochemical and carcass characteristics of Turkey. The data was generated from 100 Turkeys which comprised 50 Norfolk breed and 50 Mammoth breed. The growth traits included biweekly body weight (BW) and linear body measurements: neck length (NL), body length (BL), thigh length (TL), shank len...Continue Reading »

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  • 11. PERFORMANCE OF WEANER RABBITS FED MAIZE HUSK BASED DIETS WITH AND WITHOUT ENZYME...

    » ABSTRACT Two experiments were conducted to evaluate the performance of weaner rabbits fed maize husk based diets with or without enzyme supplementation. In the first experiment, thirty six weaner rabbits were used for the study. Maize husk replaced rice offal at 0, 4, 8, 12, 16 and 20% inclusion levels for treatments one to six respectively. Each treatment consisted of six rabbits and each rabbit ...Continue Reading »

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  • 12. QUALITY CHARACTERISTICS AND MICROBIAL STATUS OF BEEF SMOKED WITH DIFFERENT PLANT...

    » ABSTRACT Two experiments were conducted. The first evaluated beef smoked using different plant materials (Acacia raddiana, Eucalyptus camaldutensis, Azadirachta indica and Cocos nucifera) as source of smoke. The effect of the plant materials on the organoleptic, microbial and physicochemical properties of smoked beef was evaluated. In the second study, Suya was produced from various round muscles ...Continue Reading »

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  • 13. EFFECT OF SEQUENCE AND INTERVAL OF FEEDING CONCENTRATE SUPPLEMENT AND ROUGHAGE O...

    » ABSTRACT A feeding trial lasting 90 days was conducted using 28 Yankasa weaner rams with an average weight of 14.96 ± 1.10 kg (5 6 months old) to investigate effect of sequence and feeding interval of concentrate supplement (CS) and roughage on performance. The animals were randomly assigned to four treatments (T1: CS fed 1 h prior to feeding grass hay; T2: CS fed 2 h prior to feeding grass...Continue Reading »

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  • 14. PERFORMANCE OF WEANER AND GROWER PIGS FED DIETS CONTAINING GRADED LEVELS OF SOYB...

    » ABSTRACT Twenty four weaner pigs were used in a study to evaluate the response of weaner and grower pigs to diets containing graded levels of toasted soybean hull (SBH).In experiment 1(growing phase), twenty four male hybrid (large white x landrace) weaner pigs, about 6 weeks old, weighing 5.92 6.85kg were randomly divided into four groups of six pigs each using a completely randomized design (CRD...Continue Reading »

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  • 15. EFFECTS OF SOIL EROSION IN EMERGING URBAN CENTRE OF AFUZE

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Soil erosion is a problem that needs to be controlled in order to forestall its danger in any locally, soil is fundamental to all land use and care has to be taken to ensure that it is not misused or destroyed. Most of this soil erosion is caused by the interference of man through human activities and ignorance. Mismanagement in soil use greatly...Continue Reading »

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  • 16. EFFECT OF RUBBER MILL DUMPSITE SOIL AMENDED WITH POULTRY MANURE ON THE GROWTH AN...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Effluents are wastes produced from industries and they vary depending on the human activities that produce them. Production of these wastes is an integral part of industrial activities but unfortunately our inability to anticipate or predict the types and magnitude of undesired consequences of unbridled release of effluents in our environment, coupled with the growth of in...Continue Reading »

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  • 17. STUDIES ON THE EFFECT OF FEEDS FORMULATED FROM LOCAL FEEDS STUFFS ON THE GROWTH ...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Aquaculture involves various methods adopted by man in order to improve the natural production of aquatic organisms in an enclosed water body or the rearing of aquatic organisms under semi controlled system. In recent times, there has been great interest in fish farming by both the government and private organizations in the country this may be a reflection of the desire t...Continue Reading »

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  • 18. DETERMINATION OF LYCOPENE, VITAMIN A, VITAMIN C, PHENOL, FLAVONOID AND ANTIOXIDA...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Fruits are of great nutritional values. They are important sources of vitamins, which carry essential components of human diet. Fruits are important in human diet since they contain carbohydras, proteins, as well as vitamins, minerals and trace elements (Akaneme, 2008). Regular intake of fruits is indispensable for good health, fitness and feeli...Continue Reading »

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  • 19. THE EFFECT OF PTEROCARPUS MILDBREADII SEED ON PLASMAHDL CHOLESTEROL OF ALBINO RA...

    » ABSRACT This work was carried out to investigate the effects of pterocarpus mildbreadii seed on the HDL level of albino rats.High density lipoprotein(HDL) is a fraction of cholesterol,which helps to transport cholesterol from peripheral of cell to the liver.High density lipoprotein is carried out to investigate cardio vascular diseases.Fresh oha seed (pterocarpus mildbreadii seed) was collected fr...Continue Reading »

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  • 20. MODULATION OF IMMUNOLOGICAL RESPONSES IN ALBINO RATS BY LEAF EXTRACTS OF TELFAIR...

    » ABSTRACT The immuno modulating effects of leaf extracts of Telfairia occidentalis (Hook F) and Tectona grandis (Linn) on both humoral and cell mediated immune responses were evaluated in vivo. The responding cells were defined by flow cytometry and secretion of various cytokines by ELISA. Structural elucidation of the bioactive molecules responsible for the observed effect was equally attempted. R...Continue Reading »

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