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De levensgeschiedenis van W.P. Mamalyga (Malygin) - “Rustverstoorder” in Nederlands-Indi
E.I. Gnewoesjewa
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1965,
The intercorrelation of the amino acid quality between raw, steeped and germinated guinea corn (Sorghum bicolor) grains
E.I. Adeyeye
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Ethiopia , 2008,
Abstract: Levels of amino acids were determined in the grains of guinea corn, Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench. The steeped sample was best in His, Arg, Thr, Ser, Pro, Gly, Ala, Met, Cys, Val, Phe and Tyr contents whereas germinated sample was best in Lys, Asp, Glu, Leu and Ile. The total amino acid contents were: steeped [57.71 g/100 g crude protein (c.p.)], germinated (53.37 g/100 g c.p.) and raw (37.91 g/100 g c.p.) with respective essential amino acids of 30.70 g/100 g c.p., 28.33 g/100 g c.p. and 21.48 g/100 g c.p. Percentage cystine/total sulfur amino acid (% Cys/TSAA) trend was 72.0 (steeped) > 71.1 (germinated) > 58.9 (raw). The Predicted Protein Efficiency Ratio (P-PER) levels were 0.23 steeped, 0.29 (germinated) and none (raw). The Leu/Ile ratio was 0.42 for steeped, 0.38 for germinated and 0.24 for raw grains. The limiting amino acid was Leu for all the samples with 0.30 (steeped), 0.31 (germinated) and 0.16 (raw). The two treatments enhanced the quality of the guinea corn amino acid levels. However, no significant differences occurred between raw/steeped, raw/germinated and steeped/germinated samples at p <0.05. KEY WORDS: Amino acid quality, Raw, Steeped, Germinated, Guinea corn Bull. Chem. Soc. Ethiop. 2008, 22(1), 11-17.
Methicilin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) at Jos University Teaching Hospital.
E.I. Ikeh
African Journal of Clinical and Experimental Microbiology , 2003,
Abstract: A prospective surveillance of Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) was carried out at Jos University Teaching Hospital, Nigeria, over a one year period. This study highlights the continuos importance of MRSA in causing both hospital and to a less extent community acquired infections. Out of the 180 consecutive isolates of S. aureus tested, 758 (43%) were found to be methicillin resistant, 81% (63 isolates) of the MRSA were from hospital in-patients while 19% (15 isolates) were from out-patients. The highest rate of methicillin resistance (81%) was found in surgical wound infections while the special care baby unity (SCBU) service recorded 4%. 85% of the MRSA were sensitive to Ofloxacilin while 46% were sensitive to peflacine. Most MRSA isolates were multiply resistant to Augumentin, centriaxone and ceftazidime, thus confirming the nosocomial nature of the isolates. Vancomycin and teicoplanin are not locally available and so ofloxacillin is the drug of choice. This study has demonstrated a high prevalence of MRSA in our hospital, which definitely plays a significant role in hospital acquired inflections. In conclusion, the relatively high prevalence of MRSA in this study has shown that there is a “limited” level of infection control activity in our hospital. (Af. J. of Clinical and Experimental Microbiology: 2003 4(1): 52-55)
Patent and market research level and value of novelty products developed by industry
E.I. Nagorniy
Marketing ì Mened?ment Innovacìj , 2011,
Abstract: The article discusses the basic approaches of scientists to identify and calculate the level of importance and novelty of new products, these major shortcomings you might encounter during its calculation. Propose their own methodology to determine the level of novelty and significance of the contemplated industrial products based on patent and market research.
Introduction procedure of marketing testing innovative products in practical activity of industrial enterprises
E.I. Nagornyy
Marketing ì Mened?ment Innovacìj , 2010,
Abstract: The article considers the relevance of implementing marketing testing procedures in practical activities of industrial enterprises that develop, manufacture and sales of new or innovative products.
Theoretical Analysis of the Influence of the Thermal Diffusivity of Clay Soil on the Thermal Energy Distribution in Clay Soil of Abakaliki, Nigeria
E.I Ugwu
Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology , 2010,
Abstract: The influence of the thermal diffusivity of clay soil on thermal energy distribution in clay soil was studied using one and two dimensioned heat equation, which was solved, by using separation of variables method. In the analysis, heat was assumed to be propagated along rectangular moldedclaywithlength(L)with the width being considered negligible in the case of one dimension with different temperature ranging from 350 to 1290oC within zero to one minute chosen where some parameters such as thermal diffusivity In the second case, a steady state heat flow was considered in two dimensions w ith the assumption that temperature distribution is constant. Different temperature ranging from 350 to 1290oC within zero to one minute were chosen with some parameters such as thermal diffusivity, specific heat and m ass per unit length of the clay are specified. The variation of the thermal conductivity and diffusivity with temperature was analyzed while that of the energy flux, u(x,t) variation with time for different chosen length were plotted Two dimensional thermal energy distribution viewed at different points was also considered using different values of therm al diffusivity respectively.
E.I. Baida
Electrical Engineering & Electromechanics , 2013,
Abstract: The paper analyzes influence of specific permeability and resistivity of magnetic core material on breakaway time for a vacuum circuit breaker bistable two-position actuator.
Trace metals in soils and plants from fadama farms in Ekiti State, Nigeria
E.I. Adeyeye
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Ethiopia , 2005,
Abstract: Levels of zinc, manganese, cobalt, selenium, copper, molybdenum, chromium, iron, aluminium, lead and cadmium were determined in plant organs (buds, flowers, fruits, seeds, leaves, stems, roots, cobs, styles, shaft, grains and efflorescences) and underlying soils of three Fadama farms located in Ifaki-Ekiti, Ado-Ekiti and Ikere-Ekiti of Ekiti State, Nigeria at 0–15 cm topsoil level. The pH levels were alkaline (7.0 plus or minus 0.3 – 8.1 plus or minus 0.7) while the soil texture ranged between loamy sand and sandy loam. There was similarity in Zn trend as was observed in Mn, Fe and Cu but they were of lower levels than Zn. Only Zn and Fe were mostly concentrated in the plant organs with Mn in very few plants. The index of bioaccumulation (ratio in plant/soil) were recorded for only Zn and Fe with the degree of accumulation ranging from medium to intensive (0.87–1.34) in Fe but only intensive (1.41–4.42) in Zn.
Distribution of major elements (Na, K, Ca, Mg) in the various anatomical parts of Fadama crops in Ekiti State, Nigeria
E.I. Adeyeye
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Ethiopia , 2005,
Abstract: Levels of sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium were determined in plant organs (bud, flowers, fruit, seed, leaves, stems, roots, cobs, styles, shaft, grains and efflorescences) of three Fadama farms located in Ifaki-Ekiti, Ado-Ekiti and Ikere-Ekiti of Ekiti State, Nigeria. The highest levels of Mg, K, Na and Ca were obtained in the bud of Hibiscus esculentus with respective values (ppm dry weight, ppm DW) of 4397, 2983, 3928 and 1622; this was closely followed by their levels in Lycopersicon esculentum root: Mg (2734), K (1079), Na (2111) and Ca (678). The levels of all the elements were highly varied in the anatomical parts of each plant and between the various plants. The index of bioaccumulation (ratio in plants/soil) was recorded for all the elements with all values falling within 1-101 showing that the degree of accumulation was intensive. The overall levels of the elements were Mg > Na > K > Ca.
Comparative study on the characteristics of egg shells of some bird species
E.I. Adeyeye
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Ethiopia , 2009,
Abstract: Egg shells of francolin, duck and turkey were compared for their physical and chemical characteristics. The range of weight of eggs and shells, respectively, were 25.2 74.9 and 5.23 9.40 g. Protein content was between 65.2 73.1 g/100 g; crude fat ranged from 2.54 8.54 g/100 g; crude fibre was low with value range of 0.04 1.14 g/100 g; ash content range was 3.44 7.56 g/100 g. Total and essential amino acids, respectively, were between 189-353 and 98.1 188 mg/g and threonine was limiting. Gross energy ranged from 1556 1687 kJ/100 g. High concentrations of minerals were detected.
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