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A RESEARCH PROJECT ABSTRACT Antibiotic sensitivity testing is the susceptibility of bacteria to antibiotics, it is carried out to determine which antibiotic will be most successful in treating a bacterial infections. The total mean colony count of the bacterial isolates in... Continue Reading
  A RESEARCH PROJECT ABSTRACT The study on the isolation and antibiogram of bacterial isolated form sealed and unsealed drugs revealed total Bacteria count ranging form 1.2 X 10 7 to 11.5 X10 8 cfu/g for unsealed and 1.5 X10 7 to 9.2 x 10 7 cfu/g   for sealed. The following... Continue Reading
Abstract  Background Newcastle disease  is a highly contagious disease of birds caused by Paramyxovirus. Birds mostly affected by Paramyxovirus virus includes; chickens, turkeys, geese, ducks and guinea fowls. Newcastle disease however, remains a worldwide problem. There are three major strains of Newcastle disease virus and they are velogenic,... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT Phytochemical and Antimicrobial activity of the leaves of Tetrapluera tetraptera using aqueous and ethanolic extract was studied. The leave was observed to be highly rich in polyphenols, flavonoid, reducing compounds and alkaloids. Glycosides, saponins and tanins were present in small amount, there was absence of Phlobotanins,... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT was studied. The leave was observed to be highly rich in polyphenols, flavonoid, reducing compounds and alkaloids. Glycosides, saponins and tanins were present in small amount, there was absence of Phlobotanins,... Continue Reading
Screening of microorganisms in soil... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT Chlorella vulgaris is an edible microalgae and a highly notorious potential feed resource for many agriculturally important animal species. Chlorella vulgaris intake has also been linked to improvements in animal health and welfare. Its influence over animal development stems from its nutritive and protein-rich composition, thus leading... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT The antibacterial activity of three types of medicated soap on Staphylococcus aureus isolated from wound infections was conducted. Fourteen individuals with wound infections were sampled. Swab sticks were used to collect specimens from wound infections; each swab stick was streaked separately over plates of nutrient and mannitol agar and... Continue Reading
Abstract Soaps and other cleansing agents have been around for quite a long time, a medical document from about 1500 B.C. shows that Egyptians combined animal and vegetable oils with alkaline salts to form a soap-like material used for treating skin diseases, as well as for washing and Scrubbing body or hands. The objective of this study is to... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT Antibacterial activity of honey obtained from two different locations in Enugu State (Nsukka & Ugwuaji) Nigeria on Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli and Streptococcus pyogens isolated from wound was studied. Agar well diffusion method was used to determine the antibacterial activity of the honey on the test microorganisms. The... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT Colocynthis citrullus (Egusi) are seeds of a creeping annual and intercropping plant made use in traditional farming practices while Irvingia gabonensis (Ogbono) are seeds of small mango-like fruit found in West Africa. The seeds when ground into paste are highly mucilaginous and are used in thickening soups. They also add to the... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT Nunu is a spontaneously fermented yoghurt-like milk product consumed as a staple food commodity invirtually all parts of the Country. Its production and consumption gives way to much food security and economic benefits to the rural people. However, the process characteristics result in products which are not appealing to many people, have... Continue Reading
Oryza sativa husks and peels of Musa paradisiaca were pretreated by hydrothermal and acid fermentation using cassava mill effluent, and co-digested in a laboratory scale reactor maintained at 45 ± 2 ⁰C for 42 days. Five digesters were used for the experiment and each digester contained equal proportion of Oryza sativa husks and Musa paradisiaca... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT Endophytic microorganisms have proven to be potential sources of antimicrobials against recalcitrant pathogens. Extracts of an endophytic fungus, Emericella nidulans exhibited antibacterial activity against selected pathogens. Emericella nidulans was cultivated in broth and fermented at 28 ± 2°C for 7days and 21 days to obtain bioactive... Continue Reading
Prevalence of Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli from the surface of cockroaches found in the university of Lagos... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT In a research conducted to ascertain the antimicrobial activity of watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) bark on organisms such as Escherichia coli, Slamonella typhi and Staphylococcus aureus using the ethanol and auqous extracts of the watermelon bark applying agar-well and pour-plate sensitivity technique. It was observed that the ethanoic... Continue Reading
1.0 INTRODUCTION AND LITERATURE REVIEW Ear wax is normally produced in the ear canal. It is made up of the secretions of specialized sets of glands located in the ear canal. Sebaceous glands secrete sebum. Sebum is mostly a combination of fatty acids. Modified apocrine sweat glands release a secretion that combines with the sebum to form cerumen.... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT The present study is to isolate fungi from rhizosphere of Moringa oleifera and screen them for the production of some very important enzymes such as amylase and protease. Twenty fungi were isolated from the soil sample from five different farms using pour plate method. The isolates were then identified based on their colonial morphology... Continue Reading
The introduction Methodology Materials needed Characteristics of bacillus that can produce amylase isolated from Palm kernel waste water in the production of local palm oil Characteristics of bacillus specie that have the potential to bioflocculate isolated from Palm kernel waste water in the production of local palm oil Aim and objectives of the... Continue Reading
Street vended foods are the major source of food borne diseases in most parts of sub-Saharan Africa including Nigeria. In this study, six samples each of six different vended foods obtained in Calabar municipality were evaluated for bacteriological quality and presence of Staphylococcus aureususing standard microbiological techniques. Each food... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT The effect of spent engine oil on soil properties and growth of Spinach (Spinacia olereacea) was investigated. Five treatments (0, 20, 40, 60, 80)ml of the spent oil were applied to soil in perforated poly bags with Spinach strands at four weeks after stabilization. Soil analysis showed that spent engine oil had no effect on both the pH... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT Milk has been known to be highly nutritive ad thus a good medium for bacteria growth and vehicles for transmission of food borne infection. A total of 16 samples of different brands of bagged milk obtained from some selected markets within Kaduna metropolis were analyzed for the occurrence of bacteria using pour plate method on selective... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT This study reviewed the importance of hand washing and health benefits derived from the practice and also highlighted the consequences of not observing strict hand washing practice. Swabs from primary school pupils showed cfu mean total viable count of 1.60 x 104, 1.50 x 104, 1.60 x 104 and 1.7 x 104 across the four schools. Salmonella... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT In the for anti microbial effect the back peel of Persea americana (AVACADO) was investigated for activities . the study was to evaluate the antimicrobial efficacy of the crude ethanolic and aqueous extract of the peel of Persea americana against selected clinical isolates. The agar well diffusion method was used in study also... Continue Reading
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