Investigation of Some Freshwater Snails as Bioindicator for Heavy Metals

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Investigation of Some Freshwater Snails as Bioindicator for Heavy Metals

The term “heavy metals” was in use as far back as 1817, when Gmelin divided elements into non-metals, light metals and heavy metals (Habashi, 2009). Over the past two decades, the term “heavy metals” has been used increasingly in various publications and in legislation related to chemical hazards and the safe use of chemicals (Duffus, 2001). Criteria adopted to define heavy metals have included density, atomic weight, atomic number, or periodic table position (Duffus, 2002). [Read more…]

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Factors Influencing Proper Solid Waste Disposal Among the Inhabitants of Umuahia, Abia State

Factors Influencing Proper Solid Waste Disposal Among the Inhabitants of Umuahia, Abia State

Solid waste otherwise known as Refuse is any non-flowing substance that results from human and natural activities which is relatively unwanted, un-useful and harmful to man (Azuine, 2016). It may include the following old cloths peels, of fruits, torn/pieces of polythen bag, animal broken bone, broken pieces of woods, broken plastic and containers, human and animal excreta etc. [Read more…]

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Evaluation of Intestinal Parasitic Nematodes of Chrysichthys Macropogon and Eleotris Vittata in the Mid Cross River Basin, Ebonyi State

Evaluation of Intestinal Parasitic Nematodes of Chrysichthys Macropogon and Eleotris Vittata in the Mid Cross River Basin, Ebonyi State

Fish populations are subject to various natural and anthropogenic factors reducing their abundance (Sindermann, 2002). Parasites are one important factor, which might have a certain influence on the conservation state of fish. Parasitic diseases (invasive parasitoses) of marine fish are caused by animal parasites – protozoans, worms and crustaceans. [Read more…]

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Comparison of Phenotype of Plants Expressing Non-polar Nip5; 1 Mutant With Wild-type in Response to Boric Acid Stress.

Boron is a very essential element nutrientfor growth and improved fertility of plants. Its deficiency and toxicity affects the plant development. Globally, most areas suffers from this problems of boron deficiency and toxicity [V.M. Shorrocks, 1997]. [Read more…]

Isolation and Identification of Bacteria and Fungi From Ready-to-eat Fried Chicken

Poultry are domesticated birds kept by humans for eggs they produce, their meat, feathers or sometimes as pets. They were domesticated several years ago when having a captive-bred source of food was realized as useful (West and Zhou, 1988). [Read more…]

Comparative Study on Yield of Pleurotus Species Cultivated From Some Agrowaste Materials

Comparative Study on Yield of Pleurotus Species Cultivated From Some Agrowaste Materials

Edibility of any food or product is defined as the absence of poisons and the presence of a desirable taste and smell. So it is not enough that a certain mushroom will not make one sick; it has to taste good as well. Very few species meet these criteria, thus most mushrooms are considered inedible (Michael, 2007). [Read more…]