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145-158

Sami Ahmed Mohamed Arabi

Effect of Phytase on protein and phosphorous utilization for broiler chicks

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159-164

Jacob Itse Dabo

 

Falling Standard of Post- Primary School Education in Bauchi State- Nigeria. “Who is to be Blamed?

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165-173

Walied A. Mustafa1, Abdel Moneim E. Sulieman, Warda S. Abdelgadir and Elamin A. Elkhalifa4

MicrobiologicalCharacteristicsof the White Cheese Produced at Household Level in Duwaim Area, White Nile State, Sudan

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174-184

Mutasim S. Mohammed  Salih[1] ; Idris B. Eltayeb [2] ; Abdullahi M. Zaki [3]; Badr Eldein H. Idriss 1  ; Alla Eldin  H.Ahmed 2

Patient Adherence and Relapse Rate for the intermittent chemotherapy compared to the daily regimen

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185-191

Mukhtar, M. A.  , K.A. Mohamed.Amal, O.A ; Ahlam, A.H.

Response of Broiler Chicks to Different Dietary Levels of Black Cumin Oil as Natural Growth Promoter

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192-200

Musa Ahmad Karkarku

The Role of Islam in Fostering African Unity

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About the University of Bakht Alruda Scientific Journal (UBASJ)

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Effect of Phytase on Protein and Phosphorous Utilization for Broiler Chicks

Sami Ahmed Mohamed Arabi

ABSTRACT:

The present experiment was conducted to determine the effect of dietary supplementation of Phytase (Ronozyme) on the protein and phosphorous efficiency, three levels of phytase 0, 250, 500 and 750 FYT/U were used at 23%Crude Protein , 0.48%Phosphorous and 3 Mega Calories(MCl/kg) feed, using seventy two day-old unsexed Ross-308 broiler chicks, allotted randomly to four treatments× three replicates, each of six chicks, and

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Falling Standard of Post- Primary School Education in Bauchi State- Nigeria

  Who is to be blamed

Jacob Itse Dabo

Abstract:

This paper investigates the “Falling Standard of Education” in Bauchi state- Nigeria Post- Primary Schools. The paper is carried out to ascertain “Who is to be blamed “for the great menace. A lot of literature revealed that the standard of education is greatly falling. The study adopted a survey method approach. One hundred and twenty Teaching staff was used in this study. Information was obtained by the use of questionnaire

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Microbiological Characteristics of the White Cheese Produced at Household Level in Duwaim Area, White Nile State, Sudan

Walied A. Mustafa1, Abdel Moneim E. Sulieman2, Warda S. Abdelgadir3 and Elamin A. Elkhalifa4

Abstract

Cheese is a solid food made from the curdled milk of cows, goats, sheep or other mammals.This study aimed to investigate the microbiological characteristics of white cheese (jibna-beida) produced in El-Dueim area and identification of the lactic acid bacteria (LAB) and yeasts dominating the cheese flora. The results revealed the presence of higher total bacterial count (TBC), LAB and yeast counts in all collected cheese samples. The TBC varied between 4.5×105±1.048 and 41.0×105±17.786 cfu/g with an

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Patient Adherence and Relapse Rate for the intermittent chemotherapy  compared to the daily regimen

Mutasim S. Mohammed  Salih[1] ; Idris B. Eltayeb [2] ; Abdullahi M. Zaki [3]; Badr Eldein H. Idriss 1  ; Alla Eldin  H.Ahmed 2

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The aim of this study is to assist clinicians and other healthcare providers in making evidence-based decisions about appropriate treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis, specifically by evaluating the efficacy of intermittent TB chemotherapy compared with the daily short course regimen in regards to: Adherence to treatment and Relapse rate. Prospective comparative, randomized clinical trial, hospital based study is carried out at Kosti teaching hospital using Directly Observed Treatment short course (DOTS),

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Response of Broiler Chicks to Different Dietary Levels of Clack Cumin Oil as a Natural Growth Promoter

Mukhtar, M. A.  1, K.A. Mohamed1.Amal, O.A 2; Ahlam, A.H.3

Abstract:

A total of 140, five days-old, unsexes (Ross 308) broiler chicks were used. Chicks were randomly divided into five groups of 28 chicks per each, with four replicates for each group. Five experimental diets were formulated (A,B,C,D and E). diets A as negative control (NC), diet B control diet supplemented with antibiotic (Neomycin 16 mg/Kg ) as positive control (PC), diets C,D and E were NC supplemented with Black Cumin oil (BCO) at 50,100 and 150 mg/Kg respectively. Result obtained showed that addition

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THE ROLE OF ISLAM IN FOSTERING AFRICAN UNITY

DR. MUSA AHMAD KARKARKU

Abstract:

Islam advocates strongly on unity of mankind. The prophet (SAW) spent the whole of his life trying to unite the various tribes and ethnic communities especially those who embraced Islam. This paper highlights the role Islam played in fostering African Unity. It touches on Africa’s early contact with Islam, the factors that facilitated its spread, its’ impact on Africans and the current pressing need for African unity.

Key Words: unity, mankind, tribes, communities

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