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The comparative study of some heavy metals accumulation of watermelon commonly consumed in Kano and Zaria environmental. The nutritional and mineral levels in watermelon fruits are generally important to support the nutritional requirement of man that is why its demand necessary to check the concentration of the ions it contains. Laboratory... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0147
  • Pages:36
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT In ensuring the prevention of losses when raw agricultural product is in the peak of its season and to assure safety, effective method of packaging and processing is highly indispensable. This study researched into the property of stored tomato concentrate packed in glass bottle, plastic bottle and polyethylene stored in the presence of... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0146
  • Pages:69
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT The effect of ingredients, spices and ratio of water of extraction to sorrel calyx quantity and preservation method on the quality of zobo drink sold within awka metropolis was carried out through field studies, processing activities, physiochemical, analytical and organoleptic studies. The research design involved the random sampling... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0145
  • Pages:81
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT The ability of leaf powder and leaf extract of Ocimum gratissimum plant to preserve tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicum) from early spoilage was investigated in this study. Mixed cultures of tomatoes purchased from a retail outlet in Ogun, Southwestern Nigeria, were treated with the powder and some with the leaf extract of Ocimum gratissimum... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0144
  • Pages:65
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT The ability of leaf powder and leaf extract of Ocimum gratissimum plant to preserve tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicum) from early spoilage was investigated in this study. Mixed cultures of tomatoes purchased from a retail outlet in Ogun, Southwestern Nigeria, were treated with the powder and some with the leaf extract of Ocimum gratissimum... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0143
  • Pages:65
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT Levels of glucan components (TBG: total glucan, WIBG: water insoluble glucan and WSBG: water soluble glucan) and glucanase in three improved sorghum varieties (SK5912, KSV8 and ICSV400) during malting and their effects in brewing were investigated using standard methods. Variety ICSV400 had the lowest TBG, WIBG and WSBG levels of 0.298 ±... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0142
  • Pages:156
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT Levels of β-glucan components (TBG: total β-glucan, WIBG: water insoluble β-glucan and WSBG: water soluble β-glucan) and β-glucanase in three improved sorghum varieties (SK5912, KSV8 and ICSV400) during malting and their effects in brewing were investigated using standard methods. Variety ICSV400 had the lowest TBG, WIBG and WSBG... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0141
  • Pages:156
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT Levels of glucan components (TBG: total glucan, WIBG: water insoluble glucan and WSBG: water soluble glucan) and glucanase in three improved sorghum varieties (SK5912, KSV8 and ICSV400) during malting and their effects in brewing were investigated using standard methods. Variety ICSV400 had the lowest TBG, WIBG and WSBG levels of 0.298 ±... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0140
  • Pages:156
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT Levels of β-glucan components (TBG: total β-glucan, WIBG: water insoluble β-glucan and WSBG: water soluble β-glucan) and β-glucanase in three improved sorghum varieties (SK5912, KSV8 and ICSV400) during malting and their effects in brewing were investigated using standard methods. Variety ICSV400 had the lowest TBG, WIBG and WSBG... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0139
  • Pages:156
  • Reference:YES
African yam bean ( Sphenostylisstenocarpa ) is an underutilized food legume crop in the tropics that is not as popular as other food legumes crop (Moyib et al., 2008). It is one of the neglected indigenous grain legumes in Nigeria. It is produced mostly in the eastern part of the country where it is consumed in different forms such as snacks,... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0138
  • Pages:77
  • Reference:YES
The effect of Anthocleista djalonensis leaves on the zone of inhibition of microorganism isolated from fruits (Watermelon, pineapple, apple and orange) juice stored at 30+10C for 20days were investigated using agar diffusion and dilution methods. The result obtained reveled that the Zone of inhibition Staphylococcus aureus was 18mm (juice... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0136
  • Pages:47
  • Reference:YES
The effect of Anthocleista djalonensis leaves on the zone of inhibition of microorganism isolated from fruits (Watermelon, pineapple, apple and orange) juice stored at 30+10C for 20days were investigated using agar diffusion and dilution methods. The result obtained reveled that the Zone of inhibition Staphylococcus aureus was 18mm (juice... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0135
  • Pages:47
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT Saccharomyces cerevisiae was isolated from the fermenting sap of flaeis guinneensis. The yeast isolate was used in dough proofing at different temperatures. The samples B, C, D, E, and F, (containing the same ingredients) were leavened at 200 c, 250 c, 300 c and 40 c respectively. Similarly, sample A which served as the contol was... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0134
  • Pages:54
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT A study was carried out on the physico – chemical properties of fluted pumpkin seeds (Telferia occidentalis) flours. The 1st two flour samples were obtained by boiling for 1 hr in 0.5% solution for Nacl, and .5% solution of Na2 S04 respectively. The 2nd two samples were obtained by soaking for 12 hrs in 0.5% soln of Nacl, and 0.5% soln... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0133
  • Pages:52
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT Majority of farmers in Nigeria harvest a large proportion of maize under conditions of high humidity, and sadly enough, they lack equipment for drying the grains. The farmers store the grains at conditions of high moisture and humidity which results in growth of organisms that cause deterioration. One of the most important operations... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0132
  • Pages:109
  • Reference:YES
Additives is “any substance the intended use of which result or may reasonably be expected to result directly or indirectly in its becoming a component or otherwise affecting the characteristics of any food” (United States Government 1981). Additives is any substance not commonly regarded or used as a food, which is added to or used in or on... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0131
  • Pages:66
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT This study was designed to evaluate the potentials of sweet cassava variety TMS 4(2) 1425being manihet palmata and bitter varieties TMS 30572, TMS 30555, and NR 8082 being Manihot utilisima Crantz flours used in the production of fufu,in carrying out the process the root was weighed before and after washing then peele, washed, sliced,... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0130
  • Pages:64
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT The study explored the potentials of substituting breadfruit into cassava to obtain gari analogue of which proximate and mineral compositions were evaluated. A portion of matured but unripe breadfruit ( Artocarpus altilis ) and mature cassava tubers were co-fermented (100:0, 0:100, 80:20, 70:30, and 60: 40 Cassava to Breadfruit) to obtain... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0129
  • Pages:12
  • Reference:YES
The work was done to determine the effects of baking temperature on the proximate, micronutrient, microbial and sensory properties of bread. The breads were baked at four different temperatures of 190, 200, 210 and 220 0C for BT1, BT2, BT3 and BT4 respectively. The protein ranged from 10.53% to 12.42% and a significant (p < 0.05) difference... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0128
  • Pages:74
  • Reference:YES
Background of the study There is increased advocacy on the consumption of functional foods by World human nutrition due to different health problems related with food consumption such as diabetes and coronary heart diseases (WHO/FAO, 2003). Food professional/industries might face challenges of producing food products containing functional... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0127
  • Pages:54
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT Oils extracted from the fruits of two Africa spices- Piper guineense and Xylopia aethiopica were evaluated for their antimicrobial activities using Escherichia coli, Salmonella sp, Aspergillus sp, Bacillus cereus, Penicillum commune and Rhizopus stolonifer as test isolates. Well-in-agar, disc diffusion and dilution susceptibility testing... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0126
  • Pages:65
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT Native Starch was extracted from Aerial yam (Dioscorea bulbifera). The starch extracted was dried using oven (at 300C for 24 hours) and microwaved for (30, 45, 60 seconds). Starch obtained using different drying methods and conditions were analysed for their physicochemical, functional properties and pasting characteristics. Results... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0125
  • Pages:49
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT Cheese is a concentrated dairy product produced by acid or rennet curdling of milk, stirring and heating the curd, draining off the whey, collecting and pressing the curd. In this study, Cheese was made from cow milk supplemented with tigernut milk and coconut milk in the percentage ratio of 25:25:50; 25:50:25; 50:25:25; 75:25:0; 75:0:25%... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0124
  • Pages:107
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT The study investigated the chemical changes inAfrican Star Apple (Chrysophyllum albidium) fruits prior to onset of rains and during the rainy season, with the aim of ascertainingits optimum consumption quality. The fruits were harvested from the School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology, Federal University of Technology, Akure.... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:FTE0123
  • Pages:50
  • Reference:YES