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Nigerian Journal of Research and Production Vol. 19 No. 2

Nigerian Journal of Research and Production
Vol. 19 No. 1, November, 2011

ISSN: 1596-6615


1. Implications of Water Pollution on the Health of the People: A Case Study of Patients in the University of Benin Teaching Hospital, Benin City, Nigeria -Assoc. Prof. Regina U. Obi, (Ph.D.)

2. The Place of Research Projects in Tertiary Education:
Relevance and Challenge to Technological Education in Nigeria
-Simon Iordye Andural, (Ph.D) and David A. Aboho, (Ph.D)

3. Information Technology and the Future of Agricultural Marketing in Nigeria -Dr. Joseph I. Uduji and Rita Onyinyechi Chijionwu

4. Adopting Information and Communication Technology for Secondary School Improvement in Nigeria - Kabiru Mohammed Badau, (Ph.D.)

5. Urban Infrastructure and Quality of Life: A Case Study of Warri Metropolis - Monday Ohi Asikhia and Onothoja Tina Uyoyoghene

6. Effect of Automation on Job Placement of Skilled Persons in Enugu State - Dr. A. U. Onyia

7. Effects of Water Management on Crop Production in Gbako Catchment Basin, Niger State - Musa Mohammed and Jonathan Jacob Shiru

8. Citizenship Education: Basic Ingredient for National Integration and Development - John Ojukwu Nwaji

9. Evaluation of the Extent of Implementation of Safety Practices in Biology Laboratories in Enugu Education Zone - Olive I. Neboh, (Ph.D)

10. Efficacy of Azadirachta indica Seed Powder and Sweet Orange (Citrus sinensis) Peel Powder as Seed Protectants Against Callosobruchus maculatus (Coleopter:Bruchidae) - A. A. Dechi
and K. D. Apeyuan

10. Globalization: Its Effects on Nigerian Economy - Sr. Ikenna Mba, (Ph.D.)

11. Global Economic Meltdown and the Challenges of Teaching Science Through Improvisation - Oyovwi Edarho Oghenevwede

12. Good Quality Feeding of Prescholers for Effective Early Childhood Education in Nigeria - Monica E. Onuekwe

13. Applications of Biotechnology in Industries: Implication for National Development - Godwin O. Eshagberi and Regina A. Obuwerorose

14. Consideration of Vital Elements in Studying Mathematics - Felix Attah

15. Teachers’ Utilization of Professional Skills of Assessment: Implication for Standards - Rita Ngozi Okafor

16. Stress Management Among Secondary School Teachers: Implications for Counseling - Chika A. Oforjindu

17. Continuing Professional Development for Teachers: A Catalyst for Effective Instructional Delivery in Nigeria - Uyai Emmanuel Akpanobong

18. Probability of the Pairing Correlation in the Hubbard Model - E.O. Aiyohuyin and Amen Oni-Ojo