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View Resource Detection of rotavirus in sewage and drinking water by Latex agglutination test

Rotavirus is mainly associated with gastroenteritis in adults and major cause of diarrhea in child’s under 5 years of age. The present study was designed to standardize the latex agglutination test with respect to agar gel precipitation test and then detection of rotavirus in sewage and drinking water by latex agglutination test. Latex agglutination test is an easy, rapid, highly sensitive and...

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View Resource Heavy Metal Content of Agricultural Soils at Tumu, Akko Local Government Area of Gombe State, Nigeria

The concentrations of heavy metals in agricultural soils at Pindiga, Ako LGA, Gombe, were determined using an atomic absorption spectrophotometer (AAS). The mean concentrations of heavy metals in soil samples are as follows, Fe (76.80 mg/Kg), Zn (0.28 mg/Kg), Cd(4.92 mg/Kg),and Cr(4.42mg/Kg). The concentration of heavy metals in samples increased in the following order, Fe > Cr > Cd > Zn. The mean...

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View Resource Physical Activity Prescription among Healthcare Professionals in Hospital Setting: In the Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior

Introduction: Regular physical activity can achieve parallel or greater effects on non-communicable diseases (NCDs) than those achieved with drugs. (Fiuza-Luces et al 2013). The healthcare setting has been recognized as an appropriate and promising venue for prescribing physical activity (Jacobson et al; 2005). Aim of the study: To assess physical activity prescription behavior (PAPB) of Ethiopian...

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View Resource Scrutinizing Factors that Hold back Female Students’ from Speaking English in the Classroom at Mettu University in the case of first year Oromo folklore and literature students of 2008 E. C Entry

The purpose of this study was to scrutinize factors that hold back female students’ of Oromoo folklore and literature of Mettu University from speaking English in the classroom. To this end, the study employed descriptive survey design, which involves both quantitative and qualitative methods. Accordingly, Oromoo folklore and literature department was selected through purposive sampling. And the...

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View Resource Presentation of Food, Hunger and Poverty in Dalit Autobiography: With Reference to Urmila Pawar and Bama.

Autobiography is record of individual’s struggle to reach the goal in life. Poverty is major obstacle to reach that aim, because hunger distracts the attention. When we read Dalit Autobiography the most common factor among all the autobiographies is poverty. Dalit autobiographies give us account of life story with along with the suffering from the hunger, scarcity food and utter poverty to full...

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View Resource Decomposition of Organic Wastes in Mathura Region Through Vermicomposting

This paper deals with the management and decomposition of organic wastes by using vermicomposting technology to produce nutrient rich worm cast. Two types of livestock manure in combinations with agro/kitchen wastes were used for culturing the earthworm Eisenia foetida. The growth and development of an epigeic earthworm Eisenia foetide was studied under identical laboratory conditions. The...

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View Resource Comparative analysis of gender performances in geography among NCE III Students of KSCOE, Ankpa, for sustainable equitable quality education

The paper investigated the gender performances in geography among NCE students of KSCOE, Ankpa with curricular implications. A total of 220 final year students’ results comprising 120 males and 80 females between 2015-2018 were studied. The research design adopted was ex-post-facto.

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View Resource The Implementation Of The Position Equation Principles In Law For The Handling Of The Household Problem

The research on the application of equality before the law for handling the problem of domestic violence aims to describe and analyze more deeply the principles of legal balance, the nature of legal equality in handling cases of domestic violence, implementation of equality before the law, and models fair legal protection for perpetrators and victims of violence. In addition, this study also aims...

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View Resource Disputes of Dispute Outsourcing Work Agreements Post Constitutional Court Decision Number 27 / PUU-IX / 2011

Problems with outsourcing employment agreements are indeed quite varied. Because its use in the business world in Indonesia is now increasingly prevalent and is a necessity that cannot be delayed by business people, while existing regulations are not yet sufficient. For workers this system is a source of social anxiety, does not provide assurance of work certainty and the absence of wage...

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View Resource An Overview of Soil Fertility Degradation in Mubi Area, North-Eastern Part of Nigeria

In Mubi area, farming activities by the peasant farmers are becoming less productive compared with the past, due to degradation of the inherent fertility status of the soils. This might be attributed to so many human induced, agronomic and climatic factors coupled with less effective or poor soil conservation techniques by the farmers. Therefore, this study aims at highlighting soil fertility...

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