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Articles

Angesom Taye, Berihun Afera, Nigus Abebe

Article ID: 2014
Views - 192  (Abstract) PDF - 29  (Download)
Abstract: To determine the sero-prevalence of foot and mouth disease in southern zone of Tigray, North Ethiopia, a cross-sectional examination of 340 sera samples were conducted from November 2015 up to May 2016. In addition, a structured questionnaire survey was done to know the perception and knowledge of the local community about the disease and 120 informants w...
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Oluwabukola Rashidat Popoola, Ibukun Olukorede Popoola, Olubunmi Olusola

Article ID: 2015
Views - 283  (Abstract) PDF - 26  (Download)
Abstract: The shelf life of chicken meat has been rapidly reduced as a result of high environmental temperatures prevalent in the tropics which favored the activities of spoilage micro-organisms, and reactive oxygen species that function in oxidative damage. Newbouldia laevis  ( N. laevis ) possess valuable antioxidant and antibacteri...
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Tarek Fouda

Article ID: 2021
Views - 251  (Abstract) PDF - 53  (Download)
Abstract: The  main  objective  of  this  research  was  to   determine   the  amount of oil fish  were extracted from fish west resulted from butchering, cutting and splitting processes before salmon smoking by using cold  pressing `methods.  The  amount  and  the  characteristics  of  e...
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Umar Aliyu, Sa’idu Kamal, Bashir Muhammad Abubakar, Isma’il Hassan

Article ID: 2033
Views - 215  (Abstract) PDF - 22  (Download)
Abstract: Tribolium castaneum  is a species of beetle in the family tenebrionidae, the darkling beetle. Conventional insecticides used for controling stored product pests are expensive and arguably associated with various severe adverse side effects hence the need to develop botanical pesticides that are effective as alternative. Though ...
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Mohamed Samir Tawfik Abbas

Article ID: 2040
Views - 225  (Abstract) PDF - 44  (Download)
Abstract: The present review article demonstrates laboratory and field evaluations of entomopathogenic nematodes (EPNs) against different developmental stages of fruit flies. The virulence of the EPNs  differed clearly  even on the same insect species and / or by the same nematode species. Such differences might be attributed  to some reasons such a...
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