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Speciation of Some Trace Metals in Floodplain Soil of Eke-Mgbom, Afikpo, Nigeria  

American Chemical Science Journal, Volume: 4, Issue: 6 (November-December) 2014, Pages: 963-974

Floodplain soil sediment at Eke-Mgbom, Afikpo, Nigeria, was sampled and subjected to chemical fractionation to reveal the geochemical forms in which some trace metals existed. The investigation was conducted to evaluate the bioavailability of these m...

A Case of Drastic Improvement in a 43 Year Old Male with Severe Refractory Incapacitating Vertigo  ...

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 35 (11-20 December) 2014, Pages: 5635-5641

Introduction: Vertigo is a common and distressing complaint seen in primary care. It can be due to central or peripheral causes, which should be determined right at the outset. In some cases, the vertigo is transient and easily manageable while in ot...

A Case of Perianal Abscess Due to Prostatic Abscess  

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 35 (11-20 December) 2014, Pages: 5629-5634

Abscess, is a condition that often occurs in the anorectal region. Anorectal abscesses are more frequently seen in men than women (2:1 or 3:1) and often seen in 3th-5th decades. Prostatic abscess, which is a rare condition today, has been thought tha...

Inflammatory Bowel Disease, a Rare or Under Diagnosed Disease in Nigeria  

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 35 (11-20 December) 2014, Pages: 5620-5628

Six Nigerians, consisting of 5 females and 1 male with confirmed inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) were recruited from a tertiary institution and two private hospitals in Lagos into this study from January 2001 to January 2014. Their ages at the time ...

Bloody Nipple Discharge in Infants: Case Series  

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 35 (11-20 December) 2014, Pages: 5612-5619

Bloody nipple discharge very rarely occurs in infants and often is associated with benign mammary duct ectasia. Just because it is a rare symptom and frequently associated with adults’ mammary cancer, it is inadequately managed: inappropriate ...

Comparative Study of the Prevalence of Occlusal Anomalies in Down Syndrome Children and Their Siblings  ...

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 35 (11-20 December) 2014, Pages: 5604-5611

Aims: The aim of this study was to characterize occlusal anomalies in a Portuguese population with Down Syndrome (DS) and to compare its distribution with that of their siblings. Study Design: A sibling-matched, population-based and cross-sectional ...

Chemical Analysis of Iron Slags and Metallic Artefacts from Early Iron Age  

International Research Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry, Volume: 4, Issue: 6 (November-December) 2014, Pages: 859-870

Eight samples of iron slag and two metallic artefacts from two Early Iron Age sites in central Bosnia and Herzegovina, ÄŒolaci and Pod, were analysed using chemical instrumental methods. Atomic absorption spectrometry was applied to determine major...

Finding the Optimum Scenario in Risk-benefit Assessment: An Example on Vitamin D  

European Journal of Nutrition & Food Safety, Volume: 4, Issue: 4 (October-December) 2014, Pages: 558-576

Background: In risk-benefit assessment of food and nutrients, several studies so far have focused on comparison of two scenarios to weigh the health effect against each other. One obvious next step is finding the optimum scenario that provides maximu...

Effects of Additional Yoga, Meditation and Homework: A Randomized Controlled Trial Evaluating Sleep Problems with a University Student Sample  ...

British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science, Volume: 4, Issue: 12 (December) 2014, Pages: 1687-1702

Aims: To investigate the effects of a theory-based treatment (active control condition) addressing social-cognitive constructs on healthy lifestyle behaviors, and whether additional effects would occur if additional practical exercises with yoga, med...

Microfinance and Micro-Small-Medium Scale Enterprises (MSME’s) in Kasoa Municipality, Ghana  ...

British Journal of Economics, Management & Trade, Volume: 4, Issue: 12 (December) 2014, Pages: 1939-1956

Limited access to credit is one of the key factors inhibiting the growth of micro-small-medium scale enterprises (MSME’s) in developing countries like Ghana. Hence, this study sought to identify determinants of access to credit and the factors ...

Ethnomedical Survey of Adavi and Ajaokuta Local Government Areas of Ebiraland, Kogi State, Nigeria  ...

Annual Research & Review in Biology, Volume: 4, Issue: 24 (16-31 December) 2014, Pages: 4344-4360

With the wide application of traditional medicine in primary health care around the world, there is need to explore and document medicinal plants used in many cultures. A mini-survey of medicinal plants used to treat different ailments in two local g...

The Effect of Savory (Satureja khuzistanica) Essential Oils on Performance and Some Blood Biochemical Parameters of Ross and Cobb Broilers  ...

Annual Research & Review in Biology, Volume: 4, Issue: 24 (16-31 December) 2014, Pages: 4336-4343

This experiment was conducted to compare the performance and some blood biochemical parameters of Ross and Cobb broilers fed diets containing savory essential oils (SEO). Two hundred twenty four, 1-d-old broiler chickens (mean initial weight: 36.5&pl...

On Some New Recorded Syllidae (Polychaeta: Phyllodocida) for Mediterranean Waters  ...

Annual Research & Review in Biology, Volume: 4, Issue: 24 (16-31 December) 2014, Pages: 4314-4335

Aims: This paper gives an account of the syllid species from different stations Rasheed, Domiatte, El Borrulus, Bardweel, El Aresh, also provides some information on the morphology, distribution and habitat of those species. Study Design: Descripti...

Effects of Urea, Molasses and Fibrolytic Enzymes on Nutritional Value of Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera) Leaves Silage  ...

Annual Research & Review in Biology, Volume: 4, Issue: 24 (16-31 December) 2014, Pages: 4305-4313

Aims: This research was conducted to study changes of chemical composition and digestibility parameters of date palm leaves silage by adding urea, molasses and Fibrolytic Enzymes. Study Design: The experimental treatments were: date palm leaves sila...

The Relationship between Body Conformation, Testicular Traits and Serum Testosterone Levels in Pre-pubertal Male Boer Goat Crosses  ...

American Journal of Experimental Agriculture, Volume: 4, Issue: 12 (December) 2014, Pages: 1812-1819

In the present study, the relationship among body conformation traits, scrotal circumference and serum testosterone concentrations were investigated in pre pubertal male Boer goat crosses at the Caprine Research and Education Unit Tuskegee Univers...

Challenges Facing Pasture In The Context of Agricultural Multifunctionality In Brazil  

American Journal of Experimental Agriculture, Volume: 4, Issue: 12 (December) 2014, Pages: 1793-1811

The concept of multi functionality of agriculture, of European origin, is an expanded form of addressing agriculture in relation to the traditional perspective, which in turn, focuses on the economic aspect, the production of food and fiber for the m...

Synthesis and Morphology of Biological Active Compounds  

Journal of Scientific Research and Reports, Volume: 3, Issue: 19 (01-15 October) 2014, Pages: 2562-2573

Aim: The objectives of this study were to investigate the effect of crystallization 5-H-dibenz(b,f)azepin-5-carboxamide and fexofenadine hydrochloride from different solvents commonly used for purification of drugs during their final stages of synthe...

Intra-Urban Variation in Residents' Responses to Crime in Ile-Ife, Nigeria  

Journal of Scientific Research and Reports, Volume: 3, Issue: 19 (01-15 October) 2014, Pages: 2543-2561

Aim: This study examined spatial pattern of crime and residents’ response to criminal activities in different residential areas of Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Methodology: Data were obtained through the stratification of the study area into the traditio...

A Case of Gastric and Esophageal Perforation Caused by Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography  ...

International Journal of Medical and Pharmaceutical Case Reports, Volume: 1, Issue: 2 (October-December) 2014, Pages: 37-41

Aim: Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) is no longer in use as a diagnostic procedure but rather when a therapeutic intervention is needed or most likely to be needed depending on the pre-ERCP imagings as transabdominal ultrasonog...

Ethnomedicinal Survey of Botanicals Used by Herbal Practitioners in Yagba East Local Government of Kogi State, Nigeria  ...

European Journal of Medicinal Plants, Volume: 4, Issue: 12 (December) 2014, Pages: 1479-1488

Despite the great values and importance of ethnobotany to the lives of men, a large percentage of distribution and utilization are yet to be identified and appropriately documented. This survey aims at identifying and documenting the medicinal plants...

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