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the effect of petroleum by-products (fuel and kerosene) on the haemoglobin of african cat fish (clarias gariepinus)

The effects of petroleum by-products (fuel and kerosene) on the hematology of African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) was studied. Ten juvenile fishes were introduced in each aquarium, and held for 24hours in the laboratory, inside these aquaria, filled with 10 litres of unchlorinated well water. After 24hours, fuel and kerosene (500ml each) were in... Continue Reading

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analysis of a soap product (lux)

The soap that is used for the analysis is Lux. The analytical tests carried out on the soap are moisture content and free caustic alkali. For the determination of the moisture content, the materials and reagent that was used are: Continue Reading

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obesity: the health impacts and relationship with reproduction

Obesity is a leading preventable cause of death worldwide, with increasing prevalence in adults and children, and authorities view it as one of the most serious public health problems of the 21st century. Obesity negatively impacts the health of women in many ways, such as higher risk of low back pain and knee Osteasthritis. Also obesity negativel... Continue Reading

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isolatioin and characterisation of bacteria associated with hawked suya- meat


This project work is carried at the isolation and characterization of pathogenic bacteria from hawked suya meat, were bought in full from the sellers and was collected in raps of aluminum foil. It was then taken to the laboratory for analysis the samples were homogenized and serial dilution of the sample was made out using 5 ml sterile pipette and... Continue Reading

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design and construction of an eletronic digital display system (moving message display)

The aim of this project work is to design and construct an electronic digital display system, based on light-emitting diodes connected in an array that forms the information to be displayed i.e. Continue Reading

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construction of rlc (resistor, inductor and capacitor) in oscillatory circuit in parrel and in series

This is the construction of an RLC and RC circuit network use in generation is different signal in RLC mod. After the complete construction of the system, the deviation between the expected result and the actual result was very close. The performance and efficiency was beyond expectation and from every ramification, the construction of RLC circuit ... Continue Reading

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effect of potash on microbial activity on cooked brown beans

This work was on the effect of potash on microbial activity on cooked brown beans. Two samples: A and B for Beans cooked with potash and without potash respectively were used. Pour plate techniques and Biochemical tests were carried out to isolate and confirmed the presence of Microccus luteus and Entrobacter aerogens in the samples. Continue Reading

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environmental impacts of automobile waste dump on soil


Soil is the essential ingredient in any farming enterprise. When it is in poor health, plants cannot grow to their full potential. The environmental impact of automobile waste dump assessment on soil in coal camp Enugu metropolis, Enugu state were examined using four soil samples, three were obtained from automobile repair shops and one from non a... Continue Reading

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analysis of various microbial staining techniques

This project work is aimed at carrying out different microbial staining techniques with strict adherence to the field of microbiology. Most bacteria are transparent and so difficult to be seen under the bright field microscope. Continue Reading

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development of a mask sampling method for collection and quantification of mycobacterium tuberculosis in respiratory droplets

Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) is transmitted via the airborne route in thernrespiratory droplets expectorated by active pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) patients.rnTo date, there is still lack of an established method for sampling respiratoryrnaerosol droplets and measuring the Mtb concentration in them Continue Reading

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construction of a simple dynamo

Dynamo is the name given to D.C generators. In the past, alternating current generators are not common. Voltages are generated using dynamo where the voltage generated are later converts to A.C. The dynamo I constructed had a permanent magnet. This magnet in the form of circular disc which revolves around turns of coil that is wound on a u-shaped f... Continue Reading

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production and chemical quality assessment of aspirin

This work is in such a way as to help the readers understand the role of aspirin in human health and the chemical component of the drug in reaction. It also deals extensively with the definition and background of study, the statement of some problems, the aims and objectives, the limitation and hypothesis. Continue Reading

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growing of commercial sycamore occidentalis) in slt center for agriculture and bioscience research, imt, enugu

The growing of commercial sycamore plant(Platanus occidentalis) in SLT centre for agriculture and bioscience research in IMT Enugu was studied. The plant seedlings were obtained from horticulture garden in SLT botanical garden, IMT Enugu was studied. Continue Reading

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estimation of glucose level in different diabetic patients


As its title suggests, this project is geared at presenting the reader with the estimation of glucose level in different diabetic patients, in a sample and in understandable manner. The purpose of this project work is aimed at estimating the glucose level in different diabetic patients, and finding various methods or ways of curing people with diab... Continue Reading

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isolation and identification of rhizopus from decaying bread

The Isolation and Identification of Rhizopus from a Decaying Bread were conducted. The black mould used in the practical was collected from bread. It is allowed to stay in moist environment or at room temperature for 2 to 3 days. The mould is then inoculated in the nutrient egar (N.A.) incubated and was isolated and view under the microscope for... Continue Reading

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