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1. ANALYSIS OF THE STRUCTURE AND COMPONENTS OF JOSEPH RAZ’S IDEA OF NORMATIVE SYS...
» ABSTRACT This work demonstrates that Raz’s infusion of reason as the basis for enforcing legal demands creates a viable alternative to the previous understanding that coercion is an essential element of law as normative system. Joseph Raz describes normative system as a system for guiding behaviour and for settling disputes which claims supreme authority to interfere with any kind of acti...Continue Reading »
Item Type: Project Material | 65 pages | 4,492 engagements |
2. AMELIORATIVE EFFECT OF SELENIUM YEAST ON SOME PHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS IN STREPT...
» ABSTRACT Oxidative stress and lipid peroxidation are central factors in the metabolic dysfunctions and pathologies associated with diabetes. The results from studies on the benefits of Selenium a trace element with antioxidant, anti lipidemic and anti inflammatory properties, in diabetes mellitus have been controversial without prospective outcome and Se appears to be a double edged sword in...Continue Reading »
Item Type: Project Material | 65 pages | 4,319 engagements |
3. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEPTIN AND ANTHROPOMETRIC PARAMETERS IN TYPE 2 DIABETIC...
» ABSTRACT Obesity, a state of hyperleptinemia and leptin resistance, may play a role in the aeitiopathogenesis of type 2 diabetes mellitus. Leptin hormone which was originally recognized for its role as a satiety factor has now been implicated in a wide variety of multisystem biological functions, including the regulation of glucose homeostasis. However, there is paucity of information regard...Continue Reading »
Item Type: Project Material | 65 pages | 4,515 engagements |
4. EFFECT OF AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF COWPEA (Vigna unguiculata) ON VISUOSPATIAL LEARNING...
» ABSTRACT Learning is the act of acquiring new or modifying and re inforcing existing knowledge, while Memory is relatively the permanent storage of the learned information. Exposure to lead affect brain regions such as hippocampus that are involved in learning and memory. Succimer drug or meso 2,3 – Dimercaptosuccinic acid (DMSA) is a metal chelator which is used as an antidote to lead toxic...Continue Reading »
Item Type: Project Material | 65 pages | 4,344 engagements |
5. EFFECT OF CAFFEINE ON BLOOD GLUCOSE AND LIPID PROFILE IN ALLOXAN-INDUCED DIABETI...
» Abstract Diabetes mellitus is characterized by hyperglycemia. Caffeine has been suggested to be capable of disrupting glucose metabolism. The effects of caffeine on blood glucose level and on lipid profile of alloxan induced diabetic Wistar rats were studied. The effect of caffeine by determining the blood glucose levels at intervals of 30mins, 1hour and 2hours respectively following administra...Continue Reading »
Item Type: Project Material | 65 pages | 5,106 engagements |
6. EFFECTS OF HYDROETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF THE SEEDS OF Sesamumindicum ON SOME REPRODU...
» ABSTRACT Phytoestrogens are natural estrogenic agents present in plants. Phytoestrogens are any plant compounds structurally and/or functionally similar to ovarian and placental estrogens and their active metabolites.Sesamumindicum is one of the phytoestrogen containing seeds used by man for food and medicinal purposes. Researches have shown that phytoestrogens present in plants might have ...Continue Reading »
Item Type: Project Material | 65 pages | 4,245 engagements |
7. MODULATORY EFFECT OF AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF PHOENIX DACTYLIFERA LINNFRUIT ON COGNITI...
» Abstract Phoenix dactylifera fruits possess essential properties such as analgesic, antioxidant, and nephroprotective activity but there is paucity of information on researches centered on the benefits of Phoenix dactylifera in learning and memory. This study was designed to evaluate the effects of Phoenix dactylifera fruit extract on spatial learning and memory using neurobehavioral para...Continue Reading »
Item Type: Project Material | 65 pages | 3,506 engagements |
8. MODULATORY ROLE OF CABBAGE (Brassica olaeracae) SUPPLEMENT ON BLOOD GLUCOSE AND ...
» ABSTRACT Diabetes mellitus is a global health problem affecting with more people in developing than developed countries. Insulin and oral hypoglycemic drugs have remained the corner stone for the management of diabetes mellitus. Unfortunately, apart from having a number of side effects, none of the oral synthetic hypoglycemic agents has been successful in maintaining euglycaemia. The use of med...Continue Reading »
Item Type: Project Material | 65 pages | 4,406 engagements |
9. THE ROLE OF n-BUTANOL LEAF fraction OF Telfairia occidentalis ON SOME HAEMATOLOG...
» ABSTRACT Anemia is a serious health problem especially in developing countries. In the tropics, rural dwellers had resort to herbal treatment in some cases of anemia. The main aim of this work was to ascertain the role of n butanol leaf fraction of Telfairia Occidentalis on some haematological parameters in phenyl hydrazine induced anemia in wistar rats. Thirty (30) adult Wistar rats were used for...Continue Reading »
Item Type: Project Material | 65 pages | 3,700 engagements |
10. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE UTERINE MENSTRUAL CYCLE AND THE HEMATOLOGICAL INDICE...
» ABSTRACTThe menstrual cycle is affected by so many various factors e.g. stress and changes in diet and iron. Several other studies showed no significant changes in Hemoglobin Concentration and RBC Count during various phases of menstrual cycle, Twenty student with normal menstrual cycle where used as the study subject. The three phase of the uterine cycle was studied and the hematologic indices an...Continue Reading »
Item Type: Project Material | 65 pages | 5,506 engagements |
11. PERCEPTION AND ATTITUDE OF WOMEN ATTENDING ANTENATAL CLINIC AT CENTRAL HOSPITAL ...
» ABSTRACTThis study was conducted to assess the perception and attitude of women attending the antenatal clinic at central hospital towards caesarean sectionbetween 25th of September to 20th of September 2014 at central hospital Sapele road Benincity,Edo state.The study is a descriptive non experimental study carried out amongst 155 clients in the antenatal clinic interviewed with a structured ques...Continue Reading »
Item Type: Project Material | 65 pages | 5,137 engagements |
12. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE UTERINE MENSTRUAL CYCLE AND THE HEMATOLOGICAL INDICE...
» TABLE OF CONTENTTitle page iCertification iiDedication iiiAcknowledgement ivTable of Content vAbstract viiCHAPTER ONEIntroduction 1CHAPTER TWO2.0 Literature Review 42.0.1 Menstrual cycle 52.0.2 Ovarian cycle. 52.0.3 Ovulation phase 62.0.4 Luteal phase 72.1 Uterine cycle 82.1.2 Proliferative phase 92.1.3 Secretory phase 92.2 Blood 112.2.1 Plasma 132.2.2 Red Blood Cell 142.2.3 White Blood Cell 212.2...Continue Reading »
Item Type: Project Material | 58 pages | 4,378 engagements |