THE ANTIMICROBIAL PROPERTIES AND EFFECT ON THE GERMINATION OF VELVET TAMARIND (DIALIUM GUINEENSE WILD)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS



 



 



CHAPTER
ONE: INTRODUCTION



1.1     Background to the study                   ---      ---      ---      ---                1



1.2     Statement
of the problem                  ---      ---      ---      ---                5



1.3     Aim and
objectives of the study                 ---      ---      ---                6



1.4     Research
questions                           ---      ---      ---      ---                6



1.5     Significance
of the study                   ---      ---      ---      ---                7



1.6     Scope
of the study                            ---      ---      ---      ---                7



 



CHAPTER TWO:
LITERATURE REVIEW



2.1     Velvet
tamarind: botanical description and uses  ---                8



2.2     Antimicrobial
profile of Dialium guineense Wild ---                11



2.3     Dormancy
and activation of Dialium guineense seed              14



 



CHAPTER THREE:
METHODOLOGY



3.1     Collection
of fruit and processing of pulp            ---                18



3.2     Collection
of microbial isolates                            ---      ---                18



3.3     Preparation
of extract             ---      ---      ---      ---                19



3.4     Antimicrobial
sensitivity assay         ---      ---      ---      ---                19



3.5     Determination
of Minimum Inhibition Concentration             20



3.6     Determination
of the effect of extract on germination             21



          Reference
                       ---      ---      ---      ---      ---                22





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THE ANTIMICROBIAL PROPERTIES AND EFFECT ON THE GERMINATION OF VELVET TAMARIND (DIALIUM GUINEENSE WILD)
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