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  • 41. BIOREMEDIATION OF OIL-CONTAMINATED SOIL USING EMULSIFIER (LIQUID SOAP), NPK FERT...

    » Abstract Two different set of soil samples were collected near Kaduna Refining and Petrochemical Company Limited (KRPC), a Subsidiary of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Kaduna. The first set of samples labelled (D) was obtained from areas where diesel from the refinery spilled into the environment and the second set of samples labelled (P) was collected from areas where petrol leake...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  94 engagements | 

  • 42. CULTIVATION OF MUSHROOM USING CORN COB, SAWDUST AND THE MIXTURE OF BOTH SUBSTRAT...

    » ABSTRACT Mushrooms are edible fungi belonging to class Basidiomycetes. Most species of mushroom are popular and widely cultivated throughout the world owing to their simple and low cost production technology and higher biological efficiency. This study on cultivation of mushroom using different substrates adopted a culture method in which the mushroom was cultured on sawdust, corn cob and the mixt...Continue Reading »

    62 pages |  107 engagements | 

  • 43. DETERMINATION OF BOILING EFFECT ON ASCORBIC ACID, TOCOPHEROL, AND VITAMIN A CONT...

    » ABSTRACT Ficuscarpensis commonly known as fig tree is a medicinal plant found in tropical forest and grassy woodlands and possesses high antioxidant capacity.This study investigated the concentrationsof antioxidant vitamins: A, C and E in the boiled and fresh leaf extract `of Ficuscarpensis using Spectrophotomer. The result obtained showed that boiling reduced the concentration of Vitamin C (0.26m...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  94 engagements | 

  • 44. EFFECT OF NEEM PLANT BARK EXTRACT (AZADIRACHTA INDICA) ON LEATHER TANNING

    » ABSTRACT Leather is a durable and flexible material created by the tanning of animal raw hide and skin, primarily cattle hide. It was extensively used from the primitive times and is widely used today (Convington, 2009). In prehistoric times man was concerned mainly with eating or collecting the food, clothing did not exist. The desire for the clothing is dedicated towards hunting. The primitive m...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  88 engagements | 

  • 45. EVALUATATION OF THE LEVEL OF VITAMIN C, VITAMIN E AND MALONDIALDEHYDE IN MALE SM...

    » BACKGROUND OF STUDY Tobacco smoking is a practice of burning tobacco and inhaling the smoke (consisting of gaseous phases and particles). A more broad definition may include taking tobacco smoke into the mouth, and then releasing it, as is done by some with tobacco pipes and cigars. The practice may have begun as early as 5000 3000 BC (Nagarajet al., 2014).Cigarette smoking is probably the most ad...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  102 engagements | 

  • 46. EVALUATION OF NUTRITIONAL STATUS AND DIETARY MANAGEMENT OF IN-PATIENT DIABETICS ...

    » ABSTRACT The study was carried out using randomized 121 in patient diabetics in medical wards of University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH) Ituku Ozalla. The instrument for data collection was structured, validated pre tested questionnaires, anthropometry and dietary study. Body mass index was calculated for each patient using weight and height measurements. The adequacy of nutrient intake was...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  90 engagements | 

  • 47. ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF MICROORAGNISMS IN CASSAVA MILL EFFLUENT IN THE S...

    » ABSTRACT The Isolation and identification of microorganisms in cassava mill effluent in the soil in Orji, Imo State, Nigeria were carried out, soil samples were collected from site polluted with cassava mill effluent and also from adjacent site not polluted with cassava effluent to serve as control. The overall population of microorganisms in cassava mill effluent was determined. Isolation and cha...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  109 engagements | 

  • 48. ISOLATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND DECOLOURIZATION OF SYNTHETIC TEXTILES DYES BY TH...

    » ABSTRACT Two hundred and forty isolates were isolated from the cow dung, compost, soils where the hides and skin of animals were burnt. Three isolates designated A1, A7, and A43 displayed clear zones of inhibition characteristic of Actinomycetes. The isolates were further characterized by examining their colony morphology, cover slip culture techniques, carbon utilization potentials, gram staining...Continue Reading »

    62 pages |  111 engagements | 

  • 49. MICROBIOLOGICAL QUALITY OF INDUSTRIALLY PROCESSED ORANGE FRUIT JUICES

    » INTRODUCTION Fruit juices are very nutritive, invigorating and non alcoholic beverage, which is very well liked throughout the world. Juice may be squeezed directly from fruits or may be extracted by water. These juices can be used in their natural concentrations or in processed form. They are very scrumptious and palatable and they have most of the minerals necessary for growth and development, l...Continue Reading »

    62 pages |  95 engagements | 

  • 50. MULTI DRUG RESISTANCE PATTERNS OF LISTERIA SPECIES IN FROZEN AND LIVE CHICKEN SO...

    » ABSTRACT This study carried out aimed at determine the multi drug resistance patterns of Listeria speciesin frozen and live chicken sold in Owerri. Isolated Listeria spp. where identified using biochemical and bacteriological identification scheme. The antimicrobial susceptibility was tested for each isolates. The following antibiotics tested using Bauer–Kirby technique (Anon. 1997) are, 10 ...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  87 engagements | 

  • 51. NEMATOCIDAL ACTIVITY OF METHANOLIC EXTRACTS OF LEAF, STEM BARK AND ROOT OF AZADI...

    » ABSTRACT The antihelminthic activity of methanolic extracts of leaf, stembark and root of Azadirachtaindica were evaluated in vitro againstHaemonchuscontortus larvae. Phytochemical screening conducted on the extracts of all the plant parts revealed the presence of carbohydrates, cardiac glycoside, saponins, flavonoids, tannins and alkaloids, leaf had steroids, while stembark and root had triterpen...Continue Reading »

    62 pages |  128 engagements | 

  • 52. PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF PYCNANTHUSANGOLENSIS SEED OIL

    » ABSTRACT Chemistry and Therapeutic Effects of Analgesics is an effort to bring together various work (publications) on the chemistry of drugs with analgesic properties and their therapeutic effects.It seeks to bring to the interest of a chemist, the import of application of specialize knowledge such as chemistry to preparing selected analgesics, showing latent potency of chemical knowledge in solv...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  80 engagements | 

  • 53. PREVALENCE OF MALARIA PARASITE INFECTIONS AMONG SCHOOL AGED CHILDREN IN RURAL AR...

    » INTRODUCTION Malaria is a major public health problem and cause of much suffering and premature death in the poorer areas of tropical Africa, Asia and Latin America particularly among young children (Cheesbrough, 2010). Children under five years of age are one of the most vulnerable groups affected by malaria. There was an estimated 438,000 malaria deaths around the world in 2015 of which approxim...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  92 engagements | 

  • 54. PROXIMATE ANALYSIS ON LEAVES OF CASSAVA PLANT OBTAINED FROM A ROAD SIDE FARM

    » ABSTRACT In most developing countries, the inappropriate cultivation of edible plants at roadside is neglected. Automobile pollutants, such as particulate matter and heavy metals are toxic chemicals that affect plants and subsequently humans and animals. Manihot esculenta is a popular shrub grown mostly on roadside. Results of comparative proximate analysis carried out on the leaves of manihot esc...Continue Reading »

    62 pages |  104 engagements | 

  • 55. SERUM SODIUM CONCENTRATION IN SICKLE CELL PATIENT

    » INTRODUCTION Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a group of inherited disorders of the beta hemoglobin chain. Normal hemoglobin has 3 different types of hemoglobin – hemoglobin A, A2, and F. Hemoglobin S in sickle cell disease contains an abnormal beta globin chain encoded by a substitution of valine for glutamic acid on chromosome 11 (Bunn,2007). This is an autosomal recessive disorder. Sickle cel...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  89 engagements | 

  • 56. ANALYSIS OF BORE-HOLE WATER QUALITY OF COMMMUNITIES

    » INTRODUCTION Water is one of the most important and abundant compounds of the ecosystem. All living organisms on the earth need water for their survival and growth. It rarely occurs in its pure form in nature (Ababio, 2005). It is the only substance that exists naturally on Earth in all three physical states of matter; gas, liquid, and solid. The Earth has oceans of liquid water and polar regions ...Continue Reading »

    58 pages |  128 engagements | 

  • 57. ANALYSIS OF HEAVY METALS IN FIVE DIFFERENT BABY FOODS

    » ABSTRACT A number of five different samples of baby foods were analysedusing an Atomic Absorption Spectromerfor the presence of Cr, Cd, Cu, Pb, and As. All the results were compared with the data from their label and proposed guideline published by WHO in 2013 ( see Table 4.1.2)Pb and As were not detected. The five samples, A to E contain the highest amount of Cu (141.6, 174.0, 207.7, 136.9, 132.0...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  94 engagements | 

  • 58. EFFECTS OF MANAGEMENTS OF MALARIA ON HAEMATOLOGICAL, BIOCHEMICAL AND NUTRITIONAL...

    » ABSTRACT This study investigated the effects of home (community) and hospital management of childhood malaria on the prevalence, haematology, biochemical and nutritional indices of malaria parasite infected children in Anambra State, Nigeria. It also evaluated the knowledge, attitude and perceptions of mothers/caregivers about childhood malaria and their home management practices. A total of 248 c...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  131 engagements | 

  • 59. GENETIC EVALUATION OF PERFORMANCE AND BLOOD BIOCHEMISTRY

    » ABSTRACT A study was conducted in a Northern Guinea Savannah region to evaluate the growth, reproductive and blood biochemistry parameters of parents and their offspring in Japanese quail. A total of two hundred and twenty Day old chicks (DOC) were used in the base generation and six hundred and thirty DOC were used in the first generation. A digital scale of sensitivity (0.01 g) was used to take ...Continue Reading »

    72 pages |  122 engagements | 

  • 60. EFFECTS OF MANAGEMENTS OFMALARIA ON HAEMATOLOGICAL, BIOCHEMICAL AND NUTRITIONAL ...

    » ABSTRACT This study investigated the effects of home (community) and hospital management of childhood malaria on the prevalence, haematology, biochemical and nutritional indices of malaria parasite infected children in Anambra State, Nigeria. It also evaluated the knowledge, attitude and perceptions of mothers/caregivers about childhood malaria and their home management practices. A total of 248 c...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  71 engagements | 

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