Determination of the Phytochemical Constituents of Essential Oil from Senna Hirsuta Leaves Using Gas Chromatography

Determination of the Phytochemical Constituents of Essential Oil from Senna Hirsuta Leaves Using Gas Chromatography

Plants have a limitless ability to synthesize aromatic substances mainly secondary metabolites, of which at least 12,000 have been isolated, a number estimated to be less than 10% of the total (Mallikharjuna, et al., 2007). The synthesized aromatic substances (Metabolites) are used by plants as defensive molecules against predation by microorganisms, insects and herbivores. [Read more…]

Detection and Control of Cyber Crime

Detection and Control of Cyber Crime

Information explosion and the ever increasing need to harness them for easy and timely dissemination has propelled the establishment of computer networks. The increased need for information sharing among individuals, governmental and non-governmental organizations has informed the overdependence on computer networks in our contemporary time, and the resulting security challenges are not easy to contend with. [Read more…]

Effect of Ethanol Fruit Peel Extract of Mangifera Indica on Liver Enzymes of Rats Treated With Methotrexate

Effect of Ethanol Fruit Peel Extract of Mangifera Indica on Liver Enzymes of Rats Treated With Methotrexate

Medicinal plants have been used for treatment of illness and diseases since the dawn of time. Ethnobotany, the study of medicinal plants refers to plants that possess therapeutics purposes or exert pharmacological effect in the human system. Indigenous culture (Wiart, 2006) (e.g African and Native American) used herbs in their healing ritual while others develop traditional medicinal system in which herbal therapies were used. [Read more…]

Effect of Leave Crude Extracts of Azadirachta Indica on the Germination and Growth of Amaranthus Hibridus and Amaranthus Spinosus.

Effect of Leave Crude Extracts of Azadirachta Indica on the Germination and Growth of Amaranthus Hibridus and Amaranthus Spinosus.

Neem (Azadirachta indica) is one of the very few trees known in the Indian subcontinent (Puri, 1999). This tree belonged to Meliceae family, and grows rapidly in the tropic and semi-tropic climate. It is also observed that this tree could survive in very dry and arid conditions. (Puri, 1999). [Read more…]

Normal Flora as a Resistance to Pathogenic Disease

Normal Flora as a Resistance to Pathogenic Disease

A diverse microbial flora is associated with the human body (skin and mucous membrane) of every human being from shortly after birth until death. The human body, which contains about 1013 cells, routinely harbours about 1014 bacteria (Pappas, 2009). This bacterial population constitutes the normal microbial flora (Humam Microbiome Project, 2012). [Read more…]

Ways of Computerizing the Human Insurance Information Management.

Ways of Computerizing the Human Insurance Information Management.

The existence and persistence growth of information technology in the world has immensely affected all dimensions of human life in which insurance is involved. Indeed the presence of information technology in the field of insurance has welcomed new directional expedition in its growth development and is able to meet up with comparative advantage to other types of business setups. [Read more…]