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Prevalence and Antibiotic Resistance Patterns of Gram-Negative Uropathogens among Paediatric Patients in Nigeria

By Esther Claire Alechenu, Justus Amuche Nweze, et al

Prevalence and Antibiotic Resistance Patterns of Gram-Negative Uropathogens among Paediatric Patients in Nigeria

Published: 18/12/2019

Tags: Urinary Tract Infection, Bacteria, Gram Negatives, Enterobacteriaciae, Antibiotics Resistance/Susceptibility

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Volume 10 (Issue 2), 2018: EFFECT OF THREE BRANDS OF TOOTHPASTE ON THE ORAL BACTERIA

By Anie Co, Jemikalajah Jd, et al

Volume 10 (Issue 2), 2018: EFFECT OF THREE BRANDS OF TOOTHPASTE ON THE ORAL BACTERIA

Published: 01/01/2018

Tags: Commercial tootpaste Brands, Toothpaste, Oral Bacteria. Oral hygiene.

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Comparison of Antimicrobial Potential of Honey Samples from Apis mellifera and Two Stingless Bees from Nsukka, Nigeria

By Justus Amuche Nweze, Josephine I Okafor, et al

Comparison of Antimicrobial Potential of Honey Samples from Apis mellifera and Two Stingless Bees from Nsukka, Nigeria

Published: 14/11/2016

Tags: Antimicrobial activity; MIC; MBC; Honey; Hypotrigona sp.; Apis mellifera; Melipona sp.; Stingless bee honey; Non-peroxidase activity

Size: 575.10KB

HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa: Current status, challenges and prospects

By Nweze Justus Amuche, Eke Ifeanyichukwu Emmanuel, et al

HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa: Current status, challenges and prospects

Published: 12/04/2017

Tags: AIDS, Sub-Saharan Africa, Prevalence, Occurrence, Scourge, Sex

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Evaluation of physicochemical and antioxidant properties of two stingless bee honeys: a comparison with Apis mellifera honey from Nsukka, Nigeria

By Justus Amuche Nweze, Josephine I. Okafor, et al

Evaluation of physicochemical and antioxidant properties of two stingless bee honeys: a comparison with Apis mellifera honey from Nsukka, Nigeria

Published: 06/11/2017

Tags: Stingless, Honey, Physicochemical, Antioxidants, HMF, Phenolics, Flavonoids, Ascorbic acid, FRAP, AEAC

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Biogas Production: Family Economic Empowerment Opportunities

By Vincent N. Agbogu And Ifeoma E. Mbaenyi

The ever-continuing increase in the prizes of petroleum products, especially kerosene, the
socio-economic implications and their impact on the environment makes imperative the
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search for efficient alternatives. Methane can be produced by anaerobic digestion of
biomaterials. This paper proposes biogas production as a biotechnological and sustainable
means of ensuring soil renewal, environmental protection, hygienic cooking, and economic
enlpowernlent of fhrmers and their families. We detail how to build a biogas unit and make
biogas from waste materials -animal manure or plant material, and explore opportunities and
prospects for biogas-driven family economic empowerment in Nigeria.

Published: 02/12/2018

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Biogas Production: Family Economic Empowerment Opportunities.

By Agbogu, Vincent N., and Mbaenyi, Ifeoma E.

Biogas Production: Family Economic Empowerment Opportunities.

Published: 27/04/2018

Size: 2.25MB