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antimicrobial activities of garlic and ginger extracts

Garlic (Alliums Sativum) and Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is hardy perennial of Asiatic origin, belonging to the plant family liliaceae. They are grown in northern Nigeria as medicine for both human and animals. They are primarily used for seasoning and also for its medicinal property. Anti-microbial activities of garlic and ginger were carried out... 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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the extraction and prodution of essential oil from cashew nuts

Steam distillation and solvent extraction were mainly used in the extraction of essential oil. With steam distillation, it was found out that the oil was 4.51% obtained. Solvent extraction gave its own as 6.30% steam distillation gave a higher purity of oil than solvent extraction while the later gave a higher quantity of oil with impurities. Continue Reading

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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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recycling of used lubricating oil using acid-clay treatment process

Numerous industries are emerging in Ethiopia and urban developments are accelerated giving rise to multiple waste generations. As used lubrication oil is one of the hazardous wastes generated at different development sectors, it should not be utilized and/or disposed in ways which are unsafe to the environment hence calling for its proper ma... Continue Reading

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examination of jollof rice served in hotels for pathogenic organisms

This project work is aimed at examination of jollof rice served in hotels for pathogenic organisms and to find out possible pathogenic organisms in the food. Samples were collected from the hotels and were brought to the laboratory for analysis. Continue Reading

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detergent effluent bioconcentration on docosahexanoic acid (dha) of mackerel fish

The toxicity of commercial detergent effluent, a household cleaning agent was investigated with emphasis on its effects on the Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) of juvenile Makerlfish with the mean weight of 15+0.3kg and standard length of 8.0+0.5cm. After series of range finding test, the fishes were exposed to lethal concentrations of 0.00mg/l, 0.01mg/l... Continue Reading

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production of hair gel

This work is an attempt to produce a quality hair gel that will last for a long time without any side effect. The methodology adopted in this work follows strictly the procedure documented by Nathan Cordero and Raphael Cordero in their own project work, which was carried out by the used of some materials like: Continue Reading

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the microbiological quality control of soymilk beverage sold in insititue of mangement and technology campus 3 enugu

The study is aimed at evaluating the microbiological quality control of soymilk beverage sold in I.M.T campus 3 Enugu. The soymilk samples were collected randomly from all the soymilk hawkers in campus 3 I.M.T Enugu. 30 soymilk samples were collected and used for the study. Continue Reading

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the production of industrial paint (emulsion paint)

This project focused on the production of emulsion paint, the raw materials, and the possible problems that may be encountered in the course of production. Continue Reading

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construction of an incuned plane

An inclined plane is a simple machine, which is used, in conducting experiments to determine static/dynamic friction; also it does not require energy to do work. This shows that a little effort is applied to do a large work. The construction of the inclined plane was carried out using locally available materials mainly plywood (mahogany) and dime... 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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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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hypolipidemic effect of tigernut (cyperus esculentus) on albino rats

The effect of intake of tigernut extract was studied. Doses of 0.2ml and 0.8ml of tigernut (cyperus esculentus) extract as well as the administration of 0.3ml questran (hypolipidemic drug) were orally administered to 6 weeks old male rats for 21 days. The effect of this administration on serum lipid levels such as cholesterol, triglyceride, HDL-cho... 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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