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Contamination of Drinking Water with Inorganic Fertilizer: Effects on Reproductive Performance
A New and Simple Method of Confirmatory Detection of Mating in Albino Rats (Rattus norvegicus)
Co-administration of Na-EDTA and Diminazene Aceturate (DA) to Mice Infected with DA-resistant Trypanosoma brucei
Haematology Of Normal And Trypanosome Infected Muturu Cattle In South Eastern Nigeria
The prevalence of intestinal parasites and eggs per gram of faeces (hookworm and roundworm only ) were studied in relation to sex, age, breed, use and owner's social status in dogs in the Nsukka men.
one option for controlling haemonchosis in warm pastural regions is improvement of resistance by selective breeding.
A new and simple method of detecting mated female albino rats was developed and tested for precision and accuracy.
Avian aspergillosis was considered uncommon in Nigeria. However the disease is fast becoming very common among children in Nsukka in Eastern part of Nigeria, a chronic disease of turkeys which eventually turned out to be aspergillosis is reported.
Thirty-two crossbred piglets from six litters were used to determine the effect of four levels of injectable iron on growth and some haemotological parameters.
Two experiments were conducted: the first, to determine the effect of age(1-6 weeks) and sex on the protein -bound iodine(PBI) levels of two genetic groups of piglets and the second, to determine the effect of physiological state on the PBI values of pregnant sows, lactating sows, non-pregnant dry sows and mature boars of the LW X LC genetic group.
Growth Performance, Nutrient Digestibility and Microbial Activity in Faces of Growing Pigs Fed a Control or High Fibre Diet
These experiments involved one group of steer calves, two groups of yearling steers and one group of yearling heifers.
During the past 2years, four Iowa experiments involving 45pens of cattle have been completed with MGA added to heifer finishing rations. The first experiment was reported in 1966 in A.S Leaflet R80 and the second in 1967 in A.S. Leaflet R92.
Thirty two crossbred piglets from six litters were used to determine the effect of four levels of injectable iron on growth and some haematological parameters, namely, haemoglobin (Hb), erythrocyte count (RBC), packed cell volume (PCV), mean corpuscular haemoglobin (MCH), mean corpuscular volume (MCV), and mean corpuscular haemoglobin concentration (MCHC).
The rumen degradability of four common Nigeria forages name Stylosanthes gracilis, Panicum maximum, Penniselum purpureum, centrosema pubescens were studied.