Examination of Incidence of Malaria Infestation Caused by Different Species of Plasmodium in Enugu Metropolic

Examination of Incidence of Malaria Infestation Caused by Different Species of Plasmodium in Enugu Metropolic (A Case Study Of Parklane Hospital Enugu) Literature Review The Parasite The micro-organisms causing malaria are commonly referred  to as malaria parasite by (Mornica Cheesbrogh 1998). This  term is usually restricted to the family plasmodiidae within the order coccidida, sub-order […]

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Bacteria Contaminants Associated With Poultry Feeds from Three Different Companies

Bacteria Contaminants Associated With Poultry Feeds from Three Different Companies Literature Review Among raw food items of animal origin, poultry meat and poultry meat products are considered to be some of the most contaminated products offered to the consumer (Klinger, 1993).  This is due to the relatively high contamination with various food-borne infection agents present […]

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Effect of Storage Time on the Functional Properties of Wheat/Bambka Groundnut Blend

Effect of Storage Time on the Functional Properties of Wheat/Bambka Groundnut Blend 2.0     Literature Review 2.1     Wheat Wheat is perhaps the most popular cereal grain for the production of bread and especially for the production of cake and other pastries. Wheat produces a white flour. Its uniques properties alone produce bread dough of strength and […]

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Isolation and Characterization of Microorganisms from Stored Pap (Ogi)

Isolation and Characterization of Microorganisms from Stored Pap (Ogi) Literature Review 2.1     Origin of Maize Pap Cereals are the fruits of cultivated grassed which are members of the monocotyledonous family graninae (Kent 1978).  The principal crops include wheat, maize, rice, sorghum, Oats, rye millet and barley.  Nutritively, cereals belong to the incomplete protein group.  This […]

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Isolation and Performance Evaluation of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae from On Palm Wine

Isolation and Performance Evaluation of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae from On Palm Wine. (Elaels Guinneensis) At Different Temperature of Proofing During Bread Making Literature Review 2.1               Bread Production The purpose of bread making is to present cereals flour to the consumers in an attractive palatable and digestible form (Kent 1982). The universal importance of bread as […]

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physico-chemical and antioxidant properties of culinary herbs and local spies

physico-chemical and antioxidant properties of culinary herbs and local spies pipe guieense (uziza) xylpia aethpica (uda) monodora myristica (ehuru) tetrapelura tetraptera (oshosho) Literature review Herbs and spices have been grown and used for thousand of years to preserve and flavour foods. The ability of herbs and spices to delay food spoilage is due in large […]

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Use of Composite Flour Blends for Biscuit Making (Peanut/Cassava Flour)

Use of Composite Flour Blends for Biscuit Making (Peanut/Cassava Flour) Literature Review 2.0     Cassava 2.1     Origin Cassava (manihot esculents, creantz), variously designated as manioc, yucca or tapioca is a native to south America and southern and western Mexico, Presumable Eastern Brazil.  It was one of the first crops to be domesticated and there is archeological […]

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Incidence of Nystatin Resistant Candida Isolated from the Urine of Healthy Female Students

Incidence of Nystatin Resistant Candida Isolated from the Urine of Healthy Female Students in Presco Campus, Abakaliki                                                             Chapter One Introduction Candida species are opportunistic yeast affecting the genitourinary tracts. It belongs to the subclass Ascomycota and measures two to four mm in diameter (Prescott et al., 2008). The genus Candida encompasses more than 160 […]

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evaluation of the effects of anthropoenic activities and domestic waste on surface water quality

evaluation of the effects of anthropoenic activities and domestic waste on surface water quality. (a case study of ekulu river, enugu). literature review Eutrophication Eutrophication is the ecosystem response to the addition of artificial or natural substances such as nitrates and phosphate, through fertilizers or sewage, to an aquatic system. One example is the “bloom” […]

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antibiotics susceptibility patterns of salmonella species isolated from housefly collected around poultry farm

antibiotics susceptibility patterns of salmonella species isolated from housefly collected around poultry farm in abakaliki metropolis  introduction The housefly (Musca, domestical) is well known as cosmopolitan pest. It has a worldwide distribution and is found throughout the world in close association with human activities. It receive the common name of housefly by virtue of being the […]

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