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  • 81. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ANAEMIA, MALARIA AND ANTIOXIDANT STATUS IN PATIENT VISI...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Malaria is a common and life threatening disease in many tropical and subtropical areas and the term malaria originates from medieval Italian malaran: mala aria “bad air”; the disease was formerly called ague or marsh fever due to its association with swamps and marshland. The term first appeared in the English literature about 1...Continue Reading »

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  • 82. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ANAEMIA, GLUCOSE-6-PHOSPHATE DEHYDROGENASE DEFICIENCY AND O...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of study Malaria is a mosquito borne infectious disease affecting humans and other animals caused by parasitic protozoans (a group of single celled microorganisms) belonging to the Plasmodium type (WHO, 2014). According to the World Health Organization (WHO), malaria is a significant public health problem in more than 100 countries and causes an estimate...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  78 engagements | 

  • 83. EFFECTS OF AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF BITTER KOLA (GARCINIA KOLA) ON THE PREGNANCY OUTCO...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 INTRODUCTION Compelling evidence suggests that exposure to an adverse fetal environment may enhance susceptibility to a number of chronic diseases in the future life of the offspring(Buzinaro et al, 2008; Simeoni and Barker, 2009). Diabetes mellitus is a condition that occur during pregnancy that can substantially influence the development of the offspring in utero and...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  69 engagements | 

  • 84. HYPOLIPIDEMIC AND ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY OF METHANOL LEAF EXTRACT OF KIGELIA AFRIC...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of study Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder resulting from a defect of insulin secretion, which is insulin action or both. Insulin deficiency in turn leads to chronic hyperglycaemia with disturbances of carbohydrate fat and protein metabolism (Kumar et al., 2011). Globally the estimated incidence of diabetes and project for year 2030, as given by inte...Continue Reading »

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  • 85. INVESTIGATION OF THE PANCREATIC EFFECT OF BUCCHOLZIA CORICACEA FORMULATED DIET I...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Herbal medicine is the oldest form of health care known to mankind. The use of medicinal plant in the treatment of diseases has been in practice since ancient time in different parts of the world especially in Africa. Plants have always been the most vital source of drugs mainly because most plants are autotrophs, and are able to synthesize a large ...Continue Reading »

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  • 86. OXIDATIVE AND BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETER ASSESSMENT FOR ALLOXAN INDUCED DIABETIC RATS...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF STUDY The use of Ocimum gratissimum leaf extract to treat Alloxan induced diabetic rat and its oxidative and biochemical parameter assessments. In Nigeria, especially in the southern part there is a consumption of plants extracts people consume. They also consume a lot of vegetable in their native diet and some of these plants are believed to cure some alimen...Continue Reading »

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  • 87. REDUCTION OF YOGURT FROM SOYMILK AND COW MILK USING PINEAPPLE (ANANASCOMOSUS) AS...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION Interest in functional foods has recently increased among consumers due to a greater consciousness of health and nutrition; as well as the need to cure diseases and also the increasing scientific evidence of their effectiveness. Fermented products are a significant part of many indigenous diets. Yoghurt is a Turkish name for a fermented milk product. It is originated b...Continue Reading »

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  • 88. THE EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON GLUTATHIONE PEROXIDASE FROM FISH

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION 1.1.1 FISH: SOURCE OF FOOD FOR MAN. Food is one of the basic needs of man (Morey, 1940; Pierce, 2010). Since agriculture produces the food that provides the calories and micronutrients essential for a healthy and productive life, it is interlinked in many important ways to human nutrition and health (Michael, 2011). These nutrients include carbohydrates, prote...Continue Reading »

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  • 89. EFFECT OF MOMORDICA CHARANTIA LEAF FRACTIONS ON SERUM ELECTROLYTES AND RENAL FUN...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1Background of study Diabetes affects one hundred and thirty five million people in one year worldwide (King et.al., 1999) and this figure is projected to rise to three hundred million in 2025 ((King et. al.,1998). It is obvious that diabetes, a chronic non communicable disease, continues to have a tremendous impact on society in terms of the quality of life and strainin...Continue Reading »

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  • 90. PARTIAL PURIFICATION AND PRELIMINARY CHARACTERIZATION OF PEROXIDASE FROM TELFAIR...

    » CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of StudyPeroxidase (POD) is a heme protein, which is a member of oxidoreductases [E.C.1.11.1.7] and catalyses the oxidation of a wide variety of organic and inorganic substrates using hydrogen peroxide as the electron acceptor (Banci, 1997; Yemenicioğlu et al., 1998). Peroxidase, a biotechnologically important enzyme is a ubiquitous enzyme which belongs to t...Continue Reading »

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  • 91. EXTRACTION, PARTIAL PURIFICATION AND PRELIMINARY CHARACTERIZATION OF PERIOXIDASE...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Peroxidase, an antioxidative enzyme, is widely distributed in microbes, plants, and animal tissues and represents a heme containing enzymes family (Huystee and Cairns 1982). This oxidoreductase catalyzes a reaction in which hydrogen peroxide acts as the acceptor and another compound acts as the donor of hydrogen atoms (Rodrigo et al. 1996). ...Continue Reading »

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  • 92. BIOSORPTIVE POTENTIALS OF UNMODIFIES, CHEMICALLY MODIFIED AND CARBONIZED SAWDUST...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 The industrial revolution in the past five decades have been remarkable due to an thropogenic activities resulting from increasing population, industrialization and urbanization leading to environmental pollution (Adejo efal, 2014). A greater percentage of the pollutants that food its way into the environment are the heavy metals whose sources could be natural or anthr...Continue Reading »

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  • 93. IN-VITRO BREEDING AND LARVAL REARING OF AFRICAN CATFISH HETEROBRANCHUS LONGIFILI...

    » CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTION1.1 Background of StudyThe African catfish generally has been an economically important fish species that contributes significantly to annual fish productions in many countries of the world, most especially in Africa and many parts of Asia (Lawanson et al., 2013). Over the decades, aquaculture, which describes artificial cultivation of fish species most especially the lar...Continue Reading »

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  • 94. IN-VITRO HYBRIDIZATION OF AFRICAN CATFISH HETEROBRANCHUS LONGIFILIS X CLARIAS GA...

    » CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTION1.0. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDYAquaculture is the fastest growing food producing sector; this is in contrast to other food producing sectors (FAO, 2009). This is a sector that is most likely to benefit from the application of appropriate reproduction biotechnologies to increase food production.According to CGIAR (2006) aquaculture contributes to the increase in supplies of crus...Continue Reading »

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  • 95. TOLL-LIKE RECEPTOR 2 TLR 2 LEVEL SHOWING GENDER-INDEPENDENT EFFECTS IN MALARIA P...

    » CHAPTER ONE1.1 INTRODUCTIONMalaria is a major cause of illness and death especially among children under 5 years and pregnant women. It is estimated that more than one million children living in Africa especially in remote areas with poor access to health services die annually from direct and indirect effects of malaria. Fatally affected children often die within less than 72hrs after developing t...Continue Reading »

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  • 96. THE ROLE OF RAWOLFIA OMITORIA ROOT BARK EXTRACT ON THE SEX HORMONES OF WISTAR RA...

    » CHAPTER ONE1.1 Background of the StudyPlants have long been a source of nutrition and therapy to man (Solomons, 2000; Schippmann, 2002; Denny and Buttriss, 2007; Salim et al., 2008; Rao et al., 2011). Good health and reduced risk of developing chronic diseases have long been associated with the consumption of plant derived foods. The presence of vitamins, antioxidants and bioactive compounds in pl...Continue Reading »

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  • 97. SURVEY OF PHYSIOCHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF WASTE WATER: A CASE STUDY ...

    » CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTION1.1 General BackgroundHospital wastewaters contain antibiotics, X ray contrast agents, heavy metals, disinfectants, pharmaceuticals and substances with genotoxic and cytotoxic activity and enteric pathogens. As muchas 50 to 90 percent of an administered drug may be excreted by the body in a biologically active form, these drugs are known to be resistant to most biological wa...Continue Reading »

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  • 98. EFFECT OF CONCOMITANT ADMINISTRATION OF ARTEMETHER-LUMEFANTRINE, HIPPOCRATEA AFR...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.0 Background of the study Medicinal plants have been identified and used throughout human history (Tapsell et al., 2006). Plants have the ability to synthesize a wide variety of chemical compounds that are used to perform biological functions. The chemical compounds in plants mediate their effects on the human body through processes identical to those already well unders...Continue Reading »

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  • 99. TOLL LIKE RECEPTOR 2 TLR2 LEVELS SHOW AGE-RELATED EFFECTS IN HEALTHY ADULTS

    » CHAPTER 11.1 INTRODUCTIONToll like receptors (TLRs) are transmembrane proteins. They form a part of the Toll/interleukin 1 (TIR) super family that includes the interleukin 1 receptors (IL 1Rs) because of the shared homology of their cytoplasmic domains. However, the extracellular domain of IL 1Rs consist of an immunoglobulin G (IgG) domain while TLR extracellular domains are made up of tandem repe...Continue Reading »

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  • 100. YIELD PERFORMANCE OF FLUTED PUMPKIN CULTIVATED WITH NPK FERTILIZER 15 15 15 POUL...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Fluted pumpkin (Telfaira Occidentalis Hook F) is a creeping vegetative shrub that has large lobe leaves and a long twisting tendrils (Horsfall and Spiff, 2005). In Africa, fluted pumpkin remains popular in rural areas where it is often considered to be more nutritive than exotic vegetables (Horsfall and Spliff, 2005). Fluted pumpkin is one of th...Continue Reading »

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