Phytochemical And Anticrobial Properties Of Bryophyllum Pinnatum (Odaa Opuo)
1.1 Background of the Study
Phytochemicals are chemical compounds that occur naturally in plant, some are responsible for colour and other organoleptic properties. Phytochemical is the term generally used to refer to those chemicals that may have biological significance; for example, Saponins, Flavonoids, Alkaloids e.t.c. There may be as many as 4000 different phytochemicals having potential to affect diseases such as Continue reading Phytochemical And Anticrobial Properties Of Bryophyllum Pinnatum
Bacteriological Examination Of Two Different Types Of Vegetable Leaves Fluted Pumpkin And Bitter Leaf: Sold At Ogbete Main Market Enugu
1.1 NATURE OF VEGETABLE
Encyclopedia (1968) explains that vegetables are any kind of plant product. They refer to the fresh edible portion of herbaceous plant roots, stems leaves or fruits. Vegetable are mostly annual crops belonging to the group of plants called horticultural crops which are diverse in nature. Vegetable can be grouped into Continue reading Bacteriological Examination Of Two Different Types Of Vegetable Leaves Fluted Pumpkin And Bitter Leaf
The Incidence Of Ascaris Lumbricoides In Stool Among Children Between The Ages Of 5 And 10 Years In Obeleagu Umana Village In Enugu State.
The incidence of Ascaris lumbricoides in stools among children in Obeleagu Umana community between the ages of 5 and 10 years in Enugu state Viz: Umuonyi, Umuanekeuba and Umudim was analysed by the direct smear and concentration methods of faecal examination. The aim of this work is to Continue reading Incidence Of Ascaris Lumbricoides In Stool Among Children
PREVALENCE OF HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-2 AMONGST COMMERICAL SEX WORKERS IN JOS NORTH LGA
Human simplex virus type-2 is an asymptomatic infection which poses a public health challenge to humans coupled with its inability to be prevented through vaccination. Public awareness campaign is a useful tool to reducing this menace especially as prevention and control of HSV-2 infection is concerned. This study was undertaken to determine the prevalence of HSV-2 among commercial sex Continue reading PREVALENCE OF HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-2 AMONGST COMMERICAL SEX WORKERS
The Potential use of Beta Vulgaris as a stain to demonstrate Schistosoma Haematobium in Bladder Biopsy
Staining In Histopathology
Colour is one of the elements of nature that has made human living more aesthetic and fascinating in the world. (Bassey et al., 2011). Staining is a techniques or a method that has been employed in microscopy which enable visualization and identification of structures of tissues and micro-organism. The process of staining enables certain cell or structure to be readily identified and studied because of the contrasting colours (s) they take on base on their chemical and physical properties. (Adio , 2015). Continue reading Potential use of Beta Vulgaris as a stain to demonstrate Schistosoma Haematobium in bladder biopsy
Haemoglobin variants in pregnant Women attending antenatal clinic in Jos University Teaching Hospital Jos.
Haemoglobin variants are inherited disease caused by reduced or abnormal synthesis of globin.
Mutations in the globin genes are the most prevalent monogene disorders world wide and affects approximately 7% of the world’s population (Hoffbrand et al., 2006). Continue reading HAEMOGLOBIN VARIANTS IN PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING ANTENATAL CLINIC