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COCONUT: Multidisciplinary Journal Of Environment Agriculture Science And Technology Volume 3 No.1, April 2011

Such compounds as rotenoids, flavonoids and isoflavonoids have been isolated from various species of this family (Harborne, 1982; Khalid and Waterman, 1983). Debarked stems of Milletia recemosa (Leguminosae) have yielded some flavonoid compounds (Khalid and Waterman, 1983; Prakash and Kupradanam, 1994). Diatium finds application in African folk medicine which has given the impetus to the investigation of its stem for potent medicinal compounds.

Academic Forum Contents Volume 20 No.1

Academic Forum Contents Volume 20 No.1 -The Papers

ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP JOURNAL VOLUME 3 NO.1 APRIL, 2011

ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP JOURNAL
VOLUME 3 NO.1 APRIL, 2011

Nigerian Academic Forum Volume 18 No. 2 , April 2010

Intensive study on the physicochemical characteristics of Ogba community rain water quality for a period of 3 years was carried out. The various physicochemical parameters studied include pH, turbidity, conductivity, total alkalinity, total suspended solids, total dissolved solids, Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD), Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD), chloride, iron, nitrate, sulphate and Dissolved Oxygen (DO). The results obtained from the investigation revealed that there were great differences in these rain water characteristics for each year.

Academic Forum Contributors and Content 18 No.2

The Contributors and Content of the Academic Forum Volume 18 No.2

Nigerian Academic Forum Volume 19 No. 2, Nov. 2010

Education is the prime driver of sustainable development. All aspects of education have critical roles to play in achieving sustainable development. The roles of the following aspects of education in sustainable development have been examined in this paper:.

Multidisciplinary Journal Of Academic Excellence Volume 3 No. 1, Dec. 2010

Nigerian parents are complacent about rearing their wards properly. It is to many, a choice than a mandate. It is very glaring that most Nigerian children are into child labour as many of them, often under aged, are thrown into the streets to beg and in the bars as sale girls and house helps where they are later integrated into full-blown prostitutes by middle men who took them from their parents under the pretext of helping them make ends meet. Parents have always exonerated themselves via flimsy excuse, stressing that, it’s God that protects children.

Academic Forum 19 No3

Academic Forum 19 No 3

ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP JOURNAL Volume 2 No. 2 September, 2010

ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP JOURNAL Volume 2 No. 2 September, 2010

Academic Schoolarship Journals Volume 2 No. 3, Sept. 2010

This paper examined counselling for special need populations in Nigeria. Concepts of counselling and special need populations were examined. National educational goals as indicated in National Policy on Education (2004) were enumerated. Importance of counselling the special need populations was highlighted. Personnel involved in counselling the special need populations were enumerated to include: school administrators, guidance counsellors, teachers, learners, supervisors of schools, government and parent teachers’ association.

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