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  ABSTRACT. In order to access the prevalence and sensitivity pattern of urinary pathogens, 60 midstream urine samples from students of Caritas University were investigated using cultural methods. Samples were examined microscopically and cultured in blood agar and Macckonkey agar. Disk diffusion method was used for antibiotic testing. Of the 60... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0113
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT The susceptibilities of Salmonella typhi and other pathogens to antibiotics and hot aqueous extract of  Hibiscus sabdariffa  were investigated using agar diffusion and agar well diffusion methods respectively.  Salmonella typhi  was sensitive to ampicillin, cetriaxone, ciprofloxacin, gentamycin of ofloxacin and perfloxacin.... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0112
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT Stored locust bean samples were purchased from Uselu market and analysed for their fungal load and physicochemical properties such as moisture content, pH value and titratable acidity. Enumeration of the total fungal species was carried out by pour plate technique using appropriate medium, potato dextrose agar (PDA) with antimicrobial... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0111
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE 1.0               INTRODUCTION Crude oils are composed of mixtures of paraffin, alicylic and aromatic hydrocarbons. Microbial communities exposed to hydrocarbons become adapted, exhibiting selective enrichment and genetic changes resulting in increased proportions of hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria and bacterial plasmids... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0110
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
INTRODUCTION The seed of locust beans ( Parkiabiglobosa ) plant found growing in the Savannah Africa provides one of the popular seasonings in African diet. The nutritious and delicious food spice is popularly called “ogiri” in Igbo, “iru” in Yoruba and “dawadawa” in Hausa in Nigeria. It is heavily consumed in Nigeria, Ghana, Sierre... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0109
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT The transmission of infection via fomites constitutes a major threat to public health especially in the developing countries. This study was carried out to investigate the microbial carriage and antibiotics pattern of bacteria on the door handles of campus shuttle operating in the Federal University of Technology Akure. Samples were... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0108
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT A survey of gastrointestinal parasites of chickens was carried out in Akure, Ondo state, Nigeria between January and July, 2015. A total of three hundred and twenty seven (327) chickens of different breeds were examined for gastrointestinal infections. Faecal samples obtained from these chickens were prepared for microscopy using... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0107
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT This study was aimed at investigating the microbial load and the quality of indoor air Faith Mediplex Centre, Benin City, to ascertain their contribution to infection rate in the hospital. Air samples were assessed for three (3) months (June-August, 2015) using the settled plate methods. The study sites were divided into five (5) units;... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0106
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE 1.0    INTRODUCTION Water is indispensable and intricately connected to life, without which there is no life. This is the reason for which water must be given the necessary attention at all times. Good drinking water is not a luxury; it is one of the most essential amenities of life itself. The supply of safe drinking water to all... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0105
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE 1.0   INTRODUCTION  Yoghurt is a fermented dairy product obtained from the lactic acid fermentation of milk. It is one of the most popular fermented milk products in the world and produced commercially at home. (Willey  et al.,  2008). In its commercial production, non fat or low fat milk is pasteurized cooled to 43°c and are... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0104
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study The number of people with high blood pressure is in the increase and research has shown that this condition is heightened by overweight of the patient. That is to say, the more one increases in weight, the higher the tendency of him or her becoming hypertensive. Mori TA (2007). In essence, there... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0103
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
  • Methodology:Regression Analysis
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT This study was conducted to determine the antibiotic resistance profile of Escherichial Coli isolate from apparently healthy domestic livestock viz: cow, goats and chicken from Osun State Nigeria. E. Coli was isolated using Eosin methylene Blue Agar (EMB) and identified by conventional microbiological technique. The isolate were tested... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0102
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE 1.0                                                       INTRODUCTION Water is the one of the most common substances known and it is good solvent for many substances, water occur at room temperature as clear, colourless, tasteless liquid which freezing into ice at zero degree... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0101
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE 1.0                                                       INTRODUCTION Gases, dust particles, water vapour and air contain microorganisms. There are vegetable cells and spores of bacteria, fungi and algae, viruses and protozoa cysts. Since air is often exposed to sunlight, it has a... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0100
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION Yoghurt is a fermented milk product, produced with a yoghurt starter culture which is a mixed culture of streptococcus thermophilus and lactobacillus bulgaricus in a 1:1 ratio. S thermophilusenjoys a faster growth than L hulgricus.  It adds flavours and aroma to the yoghurt, though both organisms in... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0099
  • Pages:30
  • Chapters:4
ABSTRACT 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. The sample were... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0098
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE 1.0                                                       INTRODUCTION  A diverse microbial flora is associated with the skin and mucous membrane of every human being from shortly after birth until death. The human body which contains about 1013 cells routinely harbors about 1014... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0097
  • Pages:21
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER   1.0                                                       INTRODUCTION  Fungi are a major group of living things, originally considered plants lacking chlorophyll, leaves, true stems, roots and reproducing by spores, but now treated as the separate kingdom fungi. They occur in all... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0096
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT Comparative analysis  of water was  carried out on well water, stream and pipe born water obviated within Emene locality of Enugu state the sample were subjected to some analytical tests final like presumptive tests, comfirmative test final like presumptive tests, comfirmative test, completed test, indole test and plate count for the... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0095
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT Urine Sample  from pregnant  women were analysed for bacteriuria. The result of irinalysis reveals the appearance –yellow and Cloudy, pH 6.0, protein-ve, Glucose-ve,Blood-ve, Urobilinogen. Normal, Ketone-ve, Nitrate tve, Bilirubin-ve, Ascobic acid –ve in some of the samples. The result  of urine microscopy reveal pus cells. ... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0094
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT The prevalence of streptococcus pneumonia in pneumonia patients using university of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH) Enugu as a case study was carried out based on the fact of the pneumonia is one of the commonest afflictions of the aged people and children worldwide. A total of 50 samples were collected. 12 (24%) of the sample were from... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0093
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT  Fungi associated with the spoilage of cocoyam ( Colocasia esculenta ) during storage at ambient temperature (28+20c) was investigated in this study. This was done by cutting the damaged portion of the cocoyam tubers and blend with diluents (water) to have even distribution of the microorganism and ensure ease of plating out. This done... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0092
  • Pages:35
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT A total of fifty faecal samples were collected form pupils in airport primary school Emene Enugu were used for the study. The duration of the investigation was between February August 2005. These samples were  cultured and their causative organisms determined using macconkey agar, deocycholate citrate agar and an alkaline peptone water... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0091
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER ONE 1.0        Introduction                                                        1.1    Statement of the problem                             1.2    Aims/Objective of the Study          1.3    Limitation of the... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0090
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
TABLE OF CONTENT Chapter one 1.0        Introduction                                Chapter Two 2.0        Literature  review        2.1    History of canned tomato     2.2    Types of canned Tomatoes           2.3    Nutrition facts of canned tomatoes 2.4    Common... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:MCB0089
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5