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1. ASSESSMENT OF MICROBIAL LOAD OF PUBLIC PHONES AND MOBILE DEVICES USED BY UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

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Background to the study

Our daily lives involve the use of mobile phones. It is now a commonly used technology in today's society. Mobile phones and other gadgets provide extra assistance for a variety of functions, including message sending and receiving, internet access, and the sharing of films and photographs. These items are brought into a variety of locations, including restrooms, kitchens, event venues, hospitals, and markets, all of which are teeming with pathogenic bact...

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2. IN SILICO EVALUATION ON THE INTERACTION BETWEEN KETONE BODIES AND OBESITY-ASSOCIATED PROTEINS

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Background of study

Obesity, has been a pre-existing problem afore time but has been recognized as a global pandemic since the 21st century (Natalia, et al., 2021). Aronne, 2002 defines obesity as the anomalous, irregular or disproportionate gain of weight as a result of fat buildup in the body which adversely leads to the risk of several health related problems such as hypertension, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and certain cancer types amongst others (Aronne, 2002; Nata...

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3. IN VIVO TOXICOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF WATER SAMPLES FROM THREE FARM SETTLEMENTS IN Allium cepa AND Drosophila melanogaster

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ABSTRACT

Pesticides are widely used all over the world, especially in agricultural sectors to increase food production, in order to meet up with the increasing food demand of the teeming population. However, there are concerns that pesticides might have hazardous long term or short term effects on non- target organism and also persist in the environment as residues, especially in water reservoirs. This experiment was designed to determine the presen...

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4. CHARACTERISATION OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS ISOLATED FROM DOOR HANDLES

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INTRODUCTION

Infectious diseases transmitted via hand contact have been a global health challenge. Gram positive and negative bacteria most especially are found to contaminate contact surfaces e.g; door handles, tables, chairs, windows etc. (Grace et al., 2018). Infectious diseases top the list for causes of death worldwide and contribution to morbidity and mortality cannot be readily quantified due to lack of data for most countries and it remains a global concern (Kones et al., 20...

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5. HYDROCARBON CHARACTERIZATION AND PROSPECT IDENTIFICATION OF YZ FIELD, NIGER DELTA

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Introduction

The YZ field is located within the Niger Delta Basin, onshore Niger Delta Nigeria (Figure 1.1). Major focus in recent time, in hydrocarbon exploration has been moved towards the renewal of older fields and the identification of new prospects from these old fields (Emina et al, 2016). Recent studies in the Niger Delta, has shown that reservoirs in this basin contain a number of undiscovered hydrocarbons in the Tertiary Niger Delta (Akata-Agbada) Petroleum System is about...

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6. MACHINE LEARNING-BASED DECISION SUPPORT FOR DETECTING MAIZE PLANT DISEASE

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1.1 Background to the study

Maize is a part of the vital crops in the globe following rice and wheat (IITA, 2005). The crop remains one of the principal grains farmed in the sub-savanna region of Nigeria (Fatima & Adbul, 2005). For several million people in Africa, maize has become one of the main sources of carbohydrates and is a component of animal feed (Romney, Thorne, Lukuyu, & Thornton, 2003). Since it is always one of the first crops gathered for food during a time of...

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7. DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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Background to the Study

For the production process, the market, and the distribution network to function, inventories are crucial. They act as lubricants and spring for an organization's production and distribution processes. By separating different parts of the overall operation, inventories allow manufacturing firms to operate smoothly and efficiently. portion purchases Inventory enables staff in the purchasing and supply departments to plan, manage, and wrap up activities in...

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8. ISOLATION AND CHARACTERASATION OF ANTIMICROBIAL PRODUCING BACTERIA ASSOCIATED WITH THE SOIL

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Background of study

Antibiotic resistance has recently emerged as a significant and alarming problem in the medical community. It is a result of the overuse or improper prescription of antibiotics, which has affected the empirical treatment of patients. Many pathogenic bacteria have developed resistance to common antibiotics by having the following traits: decreased cell permeability, efflux pump, and hydrolysis of the beta-lactam ring by beta-lactamases. One of the main methods for...

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9. MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF PATHOGENIC ESCHERICHIA COLI IN READY-TO-EAT GAME MEAT AND FRESH PRODUCE FROM SOUTHWESTERN REGION OF NIGERIA

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ABSTRACT

The consumption of ready-to-eat (RTE) game meat and fresh produce has increased and it serves as a very important part of human diet. Foodborne diseases linked to contaminated RTE game meat and fresh produce is a public health concern. This study investigated the pathogenic E. coli in these RTE foods sold in various cities in south western, Nigeria. The identification of E. coli were performed using sorbitol MacConkey agar (SMAC) and molecular characterization of virulence...

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10. DEVELOPMENT OF AN ONLINE SYSTEM FOR THE REGISTRATON AND DISPENSATION OF DRUGS

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ABSTRACT

This study's objective is to develop an online system required for the registration and dispensation of drugs using computer programs that obtains drugs supplies, distribution of drugs and monitors the drug stock management using Mountain top university as a case study. The study identified the various user and system requirements, specified the system design and implemented the system.

A review of the literature was being don...

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