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ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF LEMON GRASS (CYMBOPOGON CITRATUS) ON CLINICAL ISOLATES OF PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA, SALMONELLA TYPHI, STREPTOCOCCUS PYOGENES AND CANDIDA ALBICANS Unachukwu M. N*., Iyeh Kennedy O and Okoh Irene International Journal of Recent Scientific Research Vol. 8, Issue, 6, pp. 17450-17452, June, 2017 Cymbopogon citratus, commonly known as lemongrass due to its lemon fragrance when crushed. Due to the presence of many phytochemicals in lemongrass, their use in the treatment of illnesses has increased.

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The Purpose of Education by His Majesty, Nnaemeka A. Achebe, at Godfrey Okoye University, Enugu His Majesty, Nnaemeka A. Achebe. Agbogidi - October 2017 In 1934, the philosopher, John Dewey, said that “the purpose of education has always been to everyone, in essence, the same – to give the young the things they need in order to develop in an orderly, sequential way into members of the society”.

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IMPLICATIONS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY,CLIMATE CHANGE AND POVERTY REDUCTION IN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA. GEORGE ACQUAAH - - The conference organizers must be commended for their foresight in electing to address three major and current topics-biotechnology, climate change and poverty- in one meeting,.....

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BIOETHANOL PRODUCTION FROM A MICRO-ALGAE SCENEDESMUS SP. ISOLATED FROM FRESH WATER POND IN SOKOTO, NIGERIA. M.B. YERIMA, G. GANA AND U.Z. FAROUQ - - Carbon dioxide capture and sequestration is one of the most critical challenges for governments worldwide.

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BIOTECHNOLOGY AND THE ROLE OF REGULATORS OLALEKAN AKIMBO,SAMUEL TIMPO,RUFUS EBEGBA AND DIRAN MAKINDE - - Biotechnology has been in use by mankind in agriculture and human health.

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BIOTECHNOLOGY, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND POVERTY ALLIEVIATION. Ifeoma B. Enweani; Ph.D., FAvH, FBSN,KSM - - Biotechnology has been defined in various ways depending on the interest and objectives...

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CHANGES IN SOIL MICROBIAL POPULATION DUE TO THE APPLICATION OF ORGANIC AND INORGANIC FERTILIZER CHEMICALS. Chikezie Chidinma Claribel and Uzoigwe Chibuzor - - A short field assay was established to study the changes in soil microbial population.

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CLIMATE CHANGE AND GREENHOUSE GASES Njokunwogbu Ambrose Nwigwe - - Environmental change on global scale first become a matter of public concern in the 1960s.

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CLIMATE CHANGE AND INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN THE RENEWABLE ENERGY SUB-SECTOR OF NIGERIA Ajadike Joseph Chike and Okeke Chukwuma. - - Warming trend in the climate system is now unequivocal.

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DNA BARCODING OF TRADITIONAL MEDICINAL PLANTS OF ENUGU STATE, NIGERIA. M.C. Okoro, G.N. Udeh, D - - DNA Barcoding of traditionally used medicinal plants in Enugu State was aimed at documenting and tagging of the species with unique sequences for easy identification, classification and introduction into world gene banks for the benefit of users all over the world.

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EVALUATION OF ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF NATURALLY OCCURING COMPOUNDS OF AN AFRICAN SPICE, Gongronema Latifolia ON HUMAN BACTERIA PATHOGENS USING STANDARD DRUGS C.Nwakanma and I.O.Okeh - - Antimicrobial activities on naturally occuring compounds of an African spice, .........

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ANTIMICROBIAL SPECTRUM OF HONEY FOR AEROBIC ORGANISMS AS SEEN AT THE NATIONAL ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL,ENUGU. Onah I.I. Nwaekpe C.N. and Unachukwu M.N Nigerian Journal of Plastic Surgery, ISBN 07949316-VOL.5,NO 2 2009 Honey is an ancient topical wound dressing that has evoked international interest.

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PRINCIPLES OF SOCIAL CHANGE ARE ENHANCED WITH INTERDISCIPLINARY EFFORTS Leonard A. Jason, Damani McClellan, and Kristen Gleason Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 In this presentation, we will discuss five principles of social change, and how interdisciplinary efforts can be mobilized to work within this framework.

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A COMPARATIVE SURVEY OF PRINCIPALS' LEADERSHIP STYLES AND STUDENTS' ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN PUBLIC AND MISSIONARY SCHOOLS IN ENUGU SOUTH COUNCIL AREA OF ENUGU STATE. Igwe Nicholas Ngozi,Ph.D and Ozorfor Ndidiamaka M., Ph.D Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 Education is a fundamental human right enshrined in all major United Nations and International Charters.

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ACTIVISM AND THE USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA Aloysius Odii and Njoku, Nnnanna John Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 This study sets to unravel the influence of the social media on activism.

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AN EXPLORATION OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPEMENT AND UTILIZATION IN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN ENUGU STATE Nick A. Obodo, Ph.D and Stephen I. Ukenna, Ph.D. Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 The main thrust of this ten year longitudinal study was to ascertain the extent to which human resource is developed and utilized in a typical tertiary institution in Enugu State.

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AWARENESS AND ATTITUDE OF UNDERGRADUATES TOWARDS CONSUMER PROTECTION LAWS AND AGENCIES IN NIGERIA. Ifebuche Eneh,Stephen I. Ukenna, Ph.D and Prisca I. Isiwu Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 The study explored the awareness level of undergraduates about the rights as consumers as well as their attitude towards consumer protection Laws and Agencies in Nigeria.

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AWARENESS OF PLAGIARISM AS COPYRIGHT VIOLATION WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY EDUCATION IN TERTIARY LEARNING. Samuel Okere, Ph.D, Micheal Etete Adam, Ph.D and Benice Oluwalanu Sanusi Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 Nigerian Educational system has placed little or no premium on intellectual property education.

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CIVIC EDUCATION AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AMONG NIGERIAN YOUTHS: THE ROLE OF THE MEDIA. Dr. Regina Acholonu and Mr. Nweke Clement. Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 The purpose of civic education in Nigeria has apparently been relegated to the background as far as its usefulness is concerned.

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COMMUNITY RELATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF OIL PRODUCING RURAL COMMUNITIES OF THE NIGER-DELTA IN NIGERIA. Ejirefe Influence and Dr. Anaele cyril Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 This paper qualitatively looks at the relationship between community relations and rural development with special reference to the oil producing communities...

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EFFECT OF RELATIONSHIP MARKETING ON BANK CUSTOMER RETENTION: A STUDY OF UNIVERSITY LECTURER IN SOUTH EAST NIGERIA. Stephen I. Ukenna, Ph.D. Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 This study explores the effect of relationship marketing on bank customer retention, using university lecturers as unit analysis.

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EMPLOYABILITY ATTRIBUTES AND ITS CHALLENGES AMONG NIGERIAN GRADUATES Ugwu L.E., Eze A.C AND Onodu E.N Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 The steady increase on the unemployment rate in Nigeria, and the frequent cliche of unemployability of Nigerian Graduates is directly and ........

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP: WHAT DOES SOCIETY OWE ENTREPRENEURS? Pius C. Eze, Ph.D Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 In elementary economics, Firms are internally efficient and all market exchanges occur at equilibrium.

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ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT Gloria Omaliko-Kalu Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 Environmental management is said to be a purposeful activity......

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FACTORS INFLUENCING UNDERGRADUATES' CHOICE OF MOBILE TELECOM NETWORK IN SOUTHEAST NIGERIA Fred O. Edeh, Ph.D, and Miracle E.C.Okechukwu Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 The growing number of licences universities in Nigeria and the concomitant exponential growth in enrollment for university Education .......

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HOMOSEXUAL RELATIONS AS DEVIANCE AMONG NIGERIAN YOUTH, A STUDY OF ENUGU METROPOLIS, ENUGU STATE, NIGERIA. Dr. N.O. Osadebe, Dr. B.N. Nwokeoma and H.T. Ajibo Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 The acceptability of same-sex relationship remain a contentious issue of debate in Nigeria.....

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INFLUENCE OF SELF ESTEEM AND GENDER DIFFERENCE ON CHILDREN ALCOHOL INTAKE Chijioke O. Andrew and Philip Mefoh Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 Influence of self esteem and gender difference on children alcohol intake was examined. Hundred (100) participants comprised of (62 male and 38 female) of the University of Nigeria Enugu Campus ........

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JOHN LOCKE'S PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION VIS-A-VIS NIGERIAN POLICY ON EDUCATION:LESSONS AND CONTRIBUTION. Dr. Mathew I. Nwafor and Nkiruka Nwobodo Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 With the constant change in human society, questions ought to be asked on how the individuals that experience these changes ought to be nurtured....

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LOW SERUM FERRITIN AND G6PD DEFICIENCY ARE POTENTIAL RISK FACTORS OF ANAEMIA IN PREGNANCY THAN MALARIA IN ENUGU NIGERIA: PCV,AN ALTERNATIVE FOR ANAEMIA DIAGNOSIS. Godwill Azeh Engwa, Marcellus Unaegbu, Kingsley N. Agbafor, Mary Gloria C. Njoku, Wilfred Fon Mbacham and Anthony Okoh. Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 Though iron deficiency is known to be a major risk factor of anemia, the association of G6PD deficiency and malaria with anemia still remains unclear.

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NIGERIAN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT : A SYNERGY BETWEEN PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION AND NATIONAL ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT AND DEVELOPEMENT STRATEGY (NEEDS) Chukwu Ezechi, Ph.D Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 The development of a country depends on the vision the country has and the nature of the machinery it puts in place of its realization.

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PREDICTORS AND CHARACTERISATION OF MALL SHOPPERS IN A TYPICAL SUB-SAHARA AFRICAN CONTEXT: EVIDENCE FROM NIGERIA. Idoko Edwin Chukwuemeka and Nkamnebe, Anayo Dominic Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 Recently, Nigeria just like some Sub-Sahara African contexts started witnessing increasing appearance of shopping malls in her retailing environment.

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PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTIONS AMONG WOMEN IN NIGERIA.: A STUDY BASED ON SOUTH EAST REGION. Isiwu Prisca and Onwuka Ifeanyi Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 The study examined psychological factors that influence women entrepreneurial intention in Nigeria.

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THE EVALUATION OF MORINGA OLEIFERA, ZINGIBER OFFICINALE (GINGER), CHROMOLENA ODORATA PLANTS EXTRACT AS SEED BORNE OF COWPEA C.O Abiamere and F.N. Nweke 2nd Biennial International Conference on Biotechnology and National Developement. 2013 Cowpea is an extremely resilient crop and is cultivated under extreme agricultural conditions.

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EXTRACTION OF PRELIMINARY PHYTOCHEMICAL AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS ON GARCINIA KOLA(BITTER COLA), GONGRONEMA LATIFOLIUM (UTAZI) AND VERONIA AMYGDELINA (BITTER LEAF). L. Nwogu, Prof. N. Amugiogu, T. Marinze, C. Omoile and R. Ikezu 2nd Biennial International Conference on Biotechnology and National Developement. 2013 Garcinia Kola, (Bitter Kola); Gongronema Latifolium, (Utazi) and Veronia Amygdelina (Bitter Leaf) plants have been claimed to posses various medicinal properties......

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SUSTAINABLE APPLICATION OF BIOTECHNOLOGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION FOR FOOD SECURITY IN NIGERIA. Prof. P.O. Phil-Eze 2nd Biennial International Conference on Biotechnology and National Developement. 2013 Nigeria's population is galloping and it is projected to go beyond 470 million by 2050.............

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PHYTOREMEDIATION: SUSTAINABLE APPROACH TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF HEAVY METAL CONTAMINATED MINING SOILS. Ogbonna C.E, Adinna E.N, Ugbogu O.C and Obasi L.O 2nd Biennial International Conference on Biotechnology and National Developement. 2013 Heavy metal contamination of mining soils are a growing source of concern due to the associated environmental and health implications.

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WOUND DRESSING WITH HONEY AS SEEN IN GODFREY OKOYE UNIVERSITY CLINIC ENUGU. Unachukwu M.N and P.N. Anagwu 2nd Biennial International Conference on Biotechnology and National Developement. 2013 Honey is a highly concentrated sugar solution produced by honey bees............

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THE ROLES AND ACTIVITIES OF THE NIGERIA NATURAL MEDICINE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (NNMDA) IN RESEARCH, QUALITY ASSURANCE AND DEVELOPMENT OF INDIGENOUS TRADITIONAL MEDICINE IN NIGERIA Mr. Lawal Hasan 7th NQAC and 4th ENREF Bioethics Workshop 2017 The Nigeria natural Medicine Development Agency was established in 1997 under the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology.......

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MANAGING QUALITY AND CHALLENGES: A CASE STUDY OF AQUA RAPHA INVESTMENT Mr. Stanley Chukwuemeka 7th NQAC and 4th ENREF Bioethics Workshop 2017 "what matter is not going to the top, but staying at the top"........

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OVERVIEW OF QUALITY ASSURANCE IN PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURING PLANT. Ohaeri, Ifeyinwa Grace Bpharm., MPA, FPCPharm., MPSN 7th NQAC and 4th ENREF Bioethics Workshop 2017 Consumers of pharmaceutical products are mostly people who are unwell and sometimes very ill...

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NUTRITOXI-EPIGENETICS OF IMMUNE DYSFUNCTION AND CHRONIC DISEASE: DIETRY PREVENTION AND CONTROL. Prof. Chioli Pascal Chijioke 7th NQAC and 4th ENREF Bioethics Workshop 2017 Ecogenetics is the study of variability in response to environmental exposure.........

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BIOTECHNOLOGY, METHODOLOGY AND AUDITING. Dr. Mariam N. Unachukwu 7th NQAC and 4th ENREF Bioethics Workshop 2017 Biotechnology is the use of a living organism for ones own benefit....

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CARING FOR IMMUNODEFICIENT MICE USED AS PATIENT DERIVED XENOGRAFT MODELS FOR CANCER STUDIES IN DEVELOPING WORLD: THE CHALLENGES. Okoli, U.A, Nubila, N.I, Okafor, M.T, Onyekwelu E. and Udenyia, I.J. 7th NQAC and 4th ENREF Bioethics Workshop 2017 Rodent models with varying levels of immunodeficiency and phenotypic characteristics are readily and easily accessed in developing countries..........

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VETERINARY GOOD CLINICAL PRACTICES Dr. Eugene Chukwu Ibe DVM (Nig.) 7th NQAC and 4th ENREF Bioethics Workshop 2017 Veterinary medicine is a branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease, disorder and injury in non-human animals.

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EFFECT OF SUNLIGHT ON THE PHYSIOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF ACETAMINOPHEN AND METRONIDAZOLE TABLETS MARKETED IN SOKOTO METROPOLIS. Achor M and Ibrahim A.T 7th NQAC and 4th ENREF Bioethics Workshop 2017 Many drug products in Nigeria today bear the National Agency for Food and Drugs Administration Control(NAFDAC) number.....

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COMPARATIVE PHARMACEUTICAL EQUIVALENCE OF METFORMIN TABLET BRANDS AVAILABLE IN SOKOTO Acho M, Asewu.a.a, Chika A. and Bello S.O 7th NQAC and 4th ENREF Bioethics Workshop 2017 Diabetes constitutes one of the most devastating diseases in sub-saharanAfrica with the enormous financial burden,.........

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THE IMPACT OF GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICES IN THE FOOD INDUSTRY ON THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY. Aniagor E.N, Nubila, N and Mbaeyi-Nwaoha, I.E. 7th NQAC and 4th ENREF Bioethics Workshop 2017 Nigeria, like many other developing countries face the challenge of providing adequate food supply for its teeming population.

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IMPORTANCE OF SCHOOL LIBRARY Nicasuis U. Agu Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 A citadel of learning is incomplete without a well equipped and fully functional library.......

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GENDER AND RESIDENCE AS PART OF DRUG ABUSE AMONG PATIENTS OF FEDERAL NEUROPSYCHIATRAC HOSPITAL, ENUGU. Rhoda Chisom Agbo, Mary Gloria C. Njoku, Ph.D, Vincent Nwokejiezi Ubochi, Md. Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 The present study looked at gender and residence as factors of drug abuse among patients of federal Neuropsychiatric hospital Enugu.......

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2006 POPULATION CENSUS AND ERROR IN AGE REPORTING: A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE PRIORITY TABLE. Okafor Samuel Okechi Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 Over the years, Nigeria had been struggling with census problems which mainly have to do with appropriate data collection and management.

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WORK FAMILY BALANCE:BREADWINNER CONFORMITY TO THE NORM Enukora Nkiru Abumchukeu and Omanwa Ekwueme Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 Work life balance has been a concern of those interested in the quality of working life and its relation to broader quality of life for both male and female........

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WHY CANT ALL WOMEN BE MOTHERS? A CRITICAL LOOK AT MATERNITY CRUELTY OF THE GIRL CHILD IN CHIKA.( Unigwe's on Black Sistera Street and Amma Darko's Faceless) Chidiebere Mariagorreti Njoku and Mary Gloria C. Njoku, Ph.D. Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 Most women all over the world have had to deal with issues such as rape...........

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UNITING FOR PEACE AND THE NEED FOR DEMOCRATIZATION OF UN SECURITY COUNCIL. Adaora P. Chukwurah and Sir Lucy C. Umeh Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 This paper sets out to analyze the necessity of uniting the peace in global community.......

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UNEMPLOYMENT, POVERTY NEXUS:NIGERIAN STUDY George Chisom Okorie Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 This paper examines the relationship betwen the unemployment rate......

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THE STATE AND MANAGEMENT OF OIL SPILLAGE IN NIGERIA'S, 2005-2015 Netchy C. Mbaeze Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 The task of this paper is to evaluate the role of the state in management of oil spillage in the Niger Delta..........

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THE ROLE OF EFFECTIVE INTERNAL AUDIT IN PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY: A MODEL FOR APC-LED GOVERNMENT. Dr. Seguis N. U deh and Clement Nweke Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 this paper highlighted acts of corrupt practices brazenly perpetrated in the Nigerian Public sector......

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THE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS, QUALITY OF LIFE, MOTIVATION AND MEANING IN LIFE. Mary Gloria.C. Njoku, Babajide Gideon Adeyinka, BSc and Mathew Nwafor Ph.D Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 The investigation examined the relationships among religious denominations......

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THE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS, QUALITY OF LIFE, MOTIVATION AND MEANING IN LIFE. Mary Gloria.C. Njoku, Babajide Gideon Adeyinka, BSc and Mathew Nwafor Ph.D Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 This investigation examined the relationship among religious denominations........

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THE NIGERIAN LOCAL CONTENT POLICY: A PANACEA FOR BUILDING LOCAL CAPACITY IN THE ECONOMY. Aminu Abu, Oluchukwu F. Anowor and Micheal C. Ojiogu Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 There are numbers of studies on the divergences between developed and the less developed economies on the extent at which each were able to employ inputs.......

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TAX ATTITUDE AND TAX COMPLIANCE BEHAVIOR IN ENUGU, NIGERIA. Mary Gloria.C. Njoku, Ph.D, Eugene Okoye Nwadialor, Ph.D, Babajide Gideon Adeyinka, BS.c and Pauline Ogechukwu Ogbu, BS.c. Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 This study examined tax attitude and tax compliance behavior among salary earners.......

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STRUCTURE OF NIGERIAN FEDERALISM, OIL REVENUE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH James Ike Ugwu and Chukwuma R. Okoli Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 There have been divergent views on the ............

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SEXUAL AND GENDER STEREOTYPING IN ADVERTISEMENT: A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF SELECTED T.V COMMERCIALS IN NIGERIA. Jemisenia John Oluwaseyi Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 The television advertisement remains one of the most powerful forms of advertisement in most part of the world.......

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THE ROLE OF CIVIC EDUCATION, PERSONALITY AND SENSATION SEEKING IN SOCIAL WELL-BEING OF UNDERGRADUATES James E. Effiong, Sampson K. Nwonyi and Peace N. Ibeagha Biennial Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies 2016 The study investigated the role of civic engagement .........

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CULTIVATION OF PLEUROTUS TUBERRGIUM FROM SCLEROTIA ON SELECTED AGRICULTURAL WASTES. Stanley,H.O Odu N.N and Okeke N.A 2nd Biennial International Conference on Biotechnology and National Developement. 2013 Some organic agricultural wastes were screened for the cultivation of the mushroom.......................

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THE ROLE OF MICROBES IN FOOD PRODUCTION AND PRESERVATION IN THE TROPICS R.A. Afunwa and E.N Adinna 2nd Biennial International Conference on Biotechnology and National Developement. 2013 Food is one of the basic requirements for life's sustenance......

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DETECTION OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS IN BREAKFAST CEREALS N.B. Okolo, G.N. Ude and D. Miclos 2nd Biennial International Conference on Biotechnology and National Developement. 2013 the study was carried out to detect genetically modified ...........

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EVALUATION OF FARMERS DIMENSIONS OF THE DRIVERS OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN NIGER DELTA REGION OF NIGERIA. Okon Odiong Unung and Emen Bassey Inyang 2nd Biennial International Conference on Biotechnology and National Developement. 2013 the study aimed at assessing the farmers dimensions of the drivers of climate......

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ETHICAL AND SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY PRACTICES IN NIGERIA C.E.A, Okezie, Ph.D 2nd Biennial International Conference on Biotechnology and National Developement. 2013 The United Nations Convention Biological Diversity has defined biotechnology.............

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STATUS OF AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA Uzochukwu S., Zambrano P and Falck- Zepeda 28th Annual International Conference of Biotechnology Society of Nigeria (BSN) 2015 Nigeria has been heralded as having a dynamic and diversified economy........

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EXPLOITING THE MINIATURE INVERTED-REPEAT TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENTS (MITEs) INSERTION POLYMORPHISMS AS AN EFFICIENT DNA MARKER SYSTEM IN WHEAT. Ubi E.B, Mohammed Y.S.A, Monden Y., Tahara M. and Tsujimoto H 28th Annual International Conference of Biotechnology Society of Nigeria (BSN) 2015 Fast tracking the breeding of improved wheat is urgently needed for the attainment of a second green revolution ........

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EVALUATION OF AGROBACTERIUM-MEDIATED TRANSFORMATION EFFICIENCY OF OKO-IYAWO (TME-7) USING GREEN FLORECENT PROTEIN. Kahya S.S., Okonkwo I.C, Afuape O.S and Egesi. N.C 28th Annual International Conference of Biotechnology Society of Nigeria (BSN) 2015 Agrobacterium-mediated transformation protocols for model cassava cultivar ..........

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DEVELOPEMENT OF METHOD OF DNA EXTRACTION IN OIL PALM AND THE EFFECTS OF pH AND IONIC STRENGHT ON ITS SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC ASSESSMENT. Ihase L.O, Horn R, Anoliefo G.O, Eke C.R, Afolabi A.S and Asemota O 28th Annual International Conference of Biotechnology Society of Nigeria (BSN) 2015 Breeding in oil palm.............

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QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI ANALYSIS OF CASSAVA MOSAIC DISEASE AND PETIOLE COLOUR OF BI-PARENTAL MAPPING POPULATION IN CASSAVA(Manihot escuenta crantz) Echefu S.U, Ismail Y.R and Akoroda M 28th Annual International Conference of Biotechnology Society of Nigeria (BSN) 2015 Cassava (Manihot Esculenta Crantz) is a starchy root crop.........

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MICROBIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF FRESH EGG, COOKED EGG AND EGG PRODUCT AT RETAIL OUTLETS IN ABIA METROPOLIS, NIGERIA. Abah S.P AND Abah C.F 28th Annual International Conference of Biotechnology Society of Nigeria (BSN) 2015 The study was carried out to evaluate the microbial content of fresh egg............

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EFFECT OF GENETIC MODIFICATION OF COWPEA Kalu A.O, Yusuf H.O, Anibueze M.C, Ibiyeye K.O and Osigbemhe J.C 28th Annual International Conference of Biotechnology Society of Nigeria (BSN) 2015 Nigeria is the wolds largest producer of cowpea..................

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COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT MODIFICATIONS OF THE COLD WATER SOLUBILITY OF SOME SELECTED UNDER UTILIZED LEGUMES Eze O.O.S and Arazu A.V 28th Annual International Conference of Biotechnology Society of Nigeria (BSN) 2015 In this study, the effect of some physical and chemical modifications ..........

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An Efficient Palladium Catalyzed Synthesis of Non-Linear 6, 8- Diaryl Diazaphenothiazinone Derivatives Ayuk Eugene L1 *; Nweke Cletus M1 , Agu Ifeoma S2 International Journal of Advanced Research in Chemical Science (IJARCS) Volume 2, Issue 10, October 2015, PP 64-71 Abstract: The synthesis of four new derivatives of 6,8-dichloro-10-amino-9,11 diazabenzo[a]phenothiazin-5- one, is reported in this article. One of the key intermediates 2,6-diamino-4-chloropyrimidin-3-thiol was obtained via the thiocyanation of 2,6-diamino-4-chloropyrimidine in the presence of bromine and acetic acid at -5o C to give 2,6-diamino-4-chloro-3-thiocynatopyrimidine. This was then subjected to hydrolysis in the presence of 20% sodium hydroxide to furnish the intermediate. The co

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Potential Antioxidant Activity of New Tetracyclic and Pentacyclic Nonlinear Phenothiazine Derivatives Godwill Azeh Engwa,1 Eugene Lekem Ayuk,2 Benardeth Ujunwa Igbojekwe,1 and MarcellusUnaegbu1 Hindawi Publishing Corporation Biochemistry Research International Volume 2016, Article ID 9896575, 8 pages http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2016/9896575 14 March 2016 The global increase in oxidative stress related diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular, and inflammatory diseases caused by overwhelming level of free radicals in the body has encouraged the search for new antioxidant agents. Based on the ability of newlysynthesizedphenothiazinederivatives(6-chloro-11-azabenzo[a]phenothiazine-5-oneand6-[4-bromophenyl]-10-methyl-11azabenzo[a]phenothiazine-5-one)tooxidizeH2O2,aknownfreeradicaltosulfoxide,thisstudyassessedtheinvitroandinvivo antioxidant activity.

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A Review on Biological Catalysts in Organic Synthesis Ayuk, Eugene L.1*; Okoro, Uchechukwu C2; Ugwu, Mariagoretti O1 International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Applications (IJA-ERA) ISSN: 2454-2377 Volume – 2, Issue – 6, October – 2016 Abstract: The application of biocatalysts for the synthesis of novel compounds has attracted increasing attention over the past few years and consequently, high demands have been placed on the identification of new biocatalysts for organic synthesis. The catalysis of many organic reactions reflects the importance and high expectations of this field of research. Enzymes play an increasingly important role as biocatalysts in the synthesis of key intermediates for the pharmaceutical and chemical in

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Heavy metal, nutrient and antioxidant status of selected fruit samples sold in Enugu, Nigeria Marcellus Unaegbu1, Godwill Azeh Engwa1*, Queen Doofan Abaa1, Sandra Ogechukwu Aliozo1, Eugene Lakem Ayuk2, Gloria Amarachukwu Osuji2 and Emmanuel Ikechukwu Onwurah3 International Journal of Food Contamination (2016) 3:7 Abstract Background: Heavy metals, which constitute a major public health concern, are known to accumulate in food and fruits during plants growth. Fruits which are readily consumed because of their characteristic sweet taste and potential health benefits stand a major risk of heavy metal intoxication. Hence, this study assessed some fruits commonly sold in Enugu, Nigeria for their nutrients, antioxidant potential and possible contamination with lead, cadmium and Nickel. Results: All the ten fru

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Functionalization and Antimicrobial Evaluation of New Linear Azo-Phenothiazine Derivatives Ayuk, Eugene L.1*, Eze Boniface.1, Njokunwogbu1, Ambrose N.1, Aronimo, Samuel B.2 Cits- Applied Chemistry Published: 12 February 2018 Phenothiazine and its derivatives are very important compounds that have many biological and industrial applications. Azo-compounds on the other hand have also been identified to possess good dyeing and biological properties as well. This work is focused on the synthesis of new linear phenothiazine azo-dye compounds via diazotization reaction as well as the determination of their biological activity against some microogrganisms. The above was achieved by the condensation reaction of 3nitoaniline

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Synthesisand Characterization of 6–(4-Bromophenyl)-10-methyl-11-azabenzo[a] phenothiazin-5-one E. L. Ayuk1,*, S. U. Ilo1, Njokunwogbu A. N.1, G. A. Engwa1, T. O. Oni2, U. C. Okoro3 International Journal of Materials and Chemistry 2015, 5(2): 44-47 DOI: 10.5923/j.ijmc.20150502.03 2015, 5(2): 44-47 Abstract The synthesis of a new derivative of a non-linear azaphenothiazine of industrial importance, 6-(4-bromophenyl)-10-methyl-11-azabenzo[a]phenothiazin-5-one is reported. This was obtained via transition metal catalyzed cross coupling reaction. Alkaline hydrolysis of 2-amino-6-methyl thiozole [4,5b] pyridine in 20% sodium hydroxide solution and neutralization with acetic acid yielded 2-amino-6-methylpyridine-3-thiol. Base catalyzed (anhydrous Sodium carbonate) condensation of 2,3-dichoro-1

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Tandem Catalysis of New Aza Angular Phenothiazine Ring Systems E. L. Ayuk1,*, A. N. Njokunwogbu1, S. U. Ilo1, G. A. Engwa1, U. C. Okoro2, T. O. Oni3 American Journal of Organic Chemistry 2015, 5(2): 78-81 DOI: 10.5923/j.ajoc.20150502.03 2015, 5 Abstract This communication deals with tandem synthesis of new aza angular phenothiazine ring systems of industrial importance via Suzuki-Miyaura reaction. 1,4-Bis-(2-hydroxy-3,5-di-tert-butyl)piperazine (ligand) was obtained by treating 40% paraformaldehyde solution, piperazine and 2,4-di-tert-butylphenol. This was combined with diphenylphospinobutane chloride Pd(dppb)Cl to form a complex catalyst system. 2-Aminopyridine-3-thiol one of the key intermediates was obtained through thiocyanation o

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Synthesis and Characterization of Non-linear 6, 8 and 9, 12-Dichloroazaphenothiazine Derivatives Ayuk Eugene Lakem1, *, Nweke Cletus M.1, Agu Ifeoma S.2 Science Journal of Chemistry Published online March 2, 2016 (http://www.sciencepublishinggroup.com/j/sjc) Abstract: The synthesis of non-linear diaza and tetraaza dichlorophenothiazine derivatives is reported in this article. This was achieved through the thiocyanation of 2,6-diamino-4-chloropyrimidine using potassium thiocyanate, bromine and glacial acetic acid at –5°C to give 2,6-diamino-3-thiocynatopyrimidine, which was hydrolyzed using 20% sodium hydroxide to furnish 2, 6-diamino-4-chloropyrimidin-3-thiol. Base catalyzed condensation reaction of 2, 6-diamino-4-chloropyrimidin-3thiol and 2, 3-

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PALLADIUM CATALYZED SYNTHESIS AND FUNCTIONAL GROUPS MODIFICATION OF 6-ARYL DERIVATIVES OF NON-LINEAR AZAPHENOTHIAZINONES Ayuk E.L1† --- Ilo S.U2 --- Nweke C. M3 --- Onunkwo I. C4 International Journal of Chemistry and Materials Research 2016 Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 1-9 ABSTRACT This report presents the synthesis of four derivatives of 6-chloro-11-azabenzo[a]phenothiazine-5 one, of the type 15,16,17 and 18 .The starting material, 2-aminopyridine 8 was subjected to thiocynation and subsequently, to hydrolysis to furnish one of the key intermediates, 2 aminopyridine-3-thiol 10 .This was condensed with 2,3-dichloro-1,4-naphthoquinone 11 to yield 6 chloro-11-azabenzo[a]phenothiazinone 5. In the presence of a complex palladium catalyst system, compound 5 was co

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Synthesis and Characterization of New Complex Heterocyclic Ring Systems of Industrial Importance Ayuk Eugene Lakem*, Nweke Cletus Mgadiugha, Ugwu Marigoretti Ogechukwu American Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry 2016; 2(1): 26-31 Abstract: The synthesis and characterization of new complex monoaza and pentaaza angular phenothiazine derivatives is reported. The first derivative, 6,10-dichloro-17-azadibenzo[a,n]triphenodithiazin-5,11-dione 10 was obtained by a basecatalyzed reaction of 2,6-diaminopyridine-3,5-dithiol 5 and 2,3-dichloro-1,4-naphthaquinone 9, while the second derivative, 7,9,15,17-tetraamino-6,8,16,18,25-pentazadibenzo[a,n]di([1,4]benzothaizino[3,2-c,l])triphenodiathizine 11 was obtained by the reaction of tw

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Synthesis, Spectroscopic and Preliminary Antimicrobial Studies of Some Schiff Base Ligands; N’N’-Ethylene Bis(salicylidenimine) and N,N’-Bis (salicylidene)-3,5-Diaminobenzoic Acid and their Metal Complexes Ugwu Mariagoretti O1, Ayuk Eugene L1*, Okeke Chinelo C1, Aronimo Samuel B2 International Journal of Advanced Research in Chemical Science (IJARCS Volume 4, Issue 8, 2017, PP 1-6 Abstract: The Mg (II), Fe(II), Pb (II), Cd(II) and Co(II) metal complexes, were synthesized by coupling the above metals with two Schiff bases, N,N'-ethylene bis-(salicylidenimine) and N,N' bis (salicylidene)-3,5diaminobenzoic acid respectively. The first ligand, N,N'-ethylene bis (salicylidenimine) was obtained by the condensation reaction of salicyaldehyde and ethylenediamine while the second, N,N' bis (salicylidene)-3,5diamino benzoic was formed by the reaction of salicyaldehyde and 3,5-diam

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Determination of some soft drink constituents and contamination by some heavy metals in Nigeria Engwa Azeh Godwilla,c,∗, Ihekwoaba Cynthia Janea, Ilo Uchenna Scholastica Elsevier Ireland Ltd 7 February 2015 Soft drinks are consumed daily in Nigeria due to its affordability, characteristic taste, and thirst quenching potential. However, the high demand may compromise the quality of production with possible contamination of heavy metals which have shown to cause intoxication and death in humans. This study evaluated some constituents of twenty-six soft drinks in Nigeria and investigated the presence of some heavy metal contaminants. The soft drinks were screened for the presence of sugar, carbon diox

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A Review on Synthetic Methods of Nanostructured Materials Ayuk Eugene L1, Ugwu Mariagoretti O1, Aronimo Samuel B2 Chemistry Research Journal, 2017, 2(5):97-123 2017, 2(5):97-123 Abstract Interest in Nanoscience and Nanomaterials has remained unabated and has attracted so much attention in recent times. New advances both in the preparation and device fabrication have emerged due the development of nano and material sciences. Scientists from different fields of research such as biologists, chemists, physicists, material scientists, pharmacists and engineers are involved in this venture. This is because Nanoparticles (NPs) have very wide range of applications in areas like

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Screening of Phytochemicals and Biological Potential of Aqueous, Methanol and Hexane Extracts of Cylicodiscus gabunensis Stem Bark E. L. Ayuk1,*, A. N. Njokunwogbu1, S. U. Ilo1, G. A. Engwa1, U. C. And T. O. Oni2 American Journal of Biochemistry 2015, 5(2): 30-34 Abstract This paper covers the preliminary investigation of different phytochemicals and the anti-microbial analysis of Cylicodisusgabunesis stem bark extracts as well as the thin layer chromatography (TLC) analysis of the methanol and hexane extracts respectively. The phytochemical screening of the aqueous, methanol and hexane extracts of the plant above revealed the presence of alkaloids, flavonoids, glycosides, tannins, saponins, and steroids at varying amount depending on the intensity of t

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Determination of Secondary Metabolites and Biological Potential of Gnetun africanum (Okazi) Leaves Ayuk Eugene L1*, Oforji Chizoba F1, Aronimo Samuel B2, Ugwu Francis C1, Njokunwaogbu Ambrose N1 The Pharmaceutical and Chemical Journal, 2017, 4(4):115-122 2017, 4(4):115-122 Abstract The ethanol, methanol, n-hexane and aqueous extracts of Gnetum africanum leaves were investigated for phytochemical studies and antibacterial assay using Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Penicillium chrysogenum and Aspergillus fumigatus. The phytochemical analysis revealed the presence of tannins, saponins, glycosides, steroids in varying amount and the absence of flavonoids and anthraquinones. The antimicrobial assay for the bacterial strains showed that

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Synthesis of New Tetracyclic And Hexacyclic Non-linear Phenothiazine Derivatives E.L. AYUK*; A.N NJOKUNWOGBU; S.U.ILO; G.A ENGWA; T.O. ONI; I.K. OBIUDU International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 6, Issue 4, April-2015 ISSN 2229-5518 April-2015 ABSTRACT: The synthesis of 6-chloro-11-azabenzo[a]phenothiazine-5-one is described. This was achieved under anhydrous condition by alkaline catalyzed reaction of 2-aminopyridine-3-thiol and 2, 3-dichloro-1,4naphthoquinone. Also described in this work is the synthesis of 6,15diazabenzo[a][1,4]benzothiazino[3,2-c]phenothiazine which was achieved by the condensation of 6chloro-11-azabenzo[a]phenothiazine-5-one with a second molecule of 2-aminopyridine-3-thiol in an alkaline medium. The ease of oxid

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Assessing the Effect of External Debt Servicing and Receipt on Exchange Rate in Nigeria Nwanne, T. F. I.1 & Eze Onyekachi Richard2 International Journal of Economics and Finance; Vol. 7, No. 9; 2015 2015 The aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between external public debt servicing and receipt and exchange rate fluctuations in Nigeria from 1981 to 2013. The variables used in the study included external public debt receipts, external public debt servicing, and exchange rate. The theoretical models adopted in the study were the monetary model of exchange rate determination and the monetary approach to international capital movements. The strategies for accomplishing stated objecti

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ASSESSING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DIVERSIFICATION OF NON-OIL EXPORT PRODUCT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA. Dr. Nwanne, T. F. I. Ph.D, HCIB European Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance Research December 2014 The study investigates the relationship between diversification of non-oil export products and economic growth in Nigeria from 1981 and 2014. The study examines the significant role of non-oil export product on real economic growth which the previous studies might have ignored and the aggregate non-oil exports product data used by them might bias their conclusions. In achieving the objectives of the study, Ordinary Least Square Methods involving Error correction mechanism, co-integration, over-

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Challenges of Developing Sustainable Financial Institutions in Nigeria T.F.I. Nwanne Ebonyi State University Journal of Society June 2015 Challenges of Developing Sustainable Financial Institutions in Nigeria.

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EFFECTS OF TAX POLICY ON THE EXPENDITURE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT COUNCILS IN IMO STATE T.F.I. Nwanne European Centre for Research Training and Development UK December 2015 The objective of the study is to evaluate the effect of the Nigerian tax policy on the ability of local governments to raise and spend money in discharge of their statutory responsibilities. The investigation was prompted by the fact that local governments seem to be carried away by the euphoria of the periodical statutory allocations from the Federation Account to the extent that they are blinded towards the potential of fiscal operations that would make them less dependent on the statutory all

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Impact of Contributory Pension Scheme on Economic Growth in Nigeria T.F.I. Nwanne Global Advanced Research Journal of Management and Business Studies (ISSN: 2315-5086 September, 2015 The study examined the impact of contributory pension scheme on economic growth in Nigeria for the period 2004-2012. The objectives of the study were to determine the impact of pension funds on economic growth and as well as to ascertain the impact of pension savings mobilized on economic growth. The study used Ex-post-facto research design. Ordinary Least Square Regression method was used in data analysis. The study finds that pension funds have negative and significant impact on economic growt

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IMPLICATIONS OF FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATION COST ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA. T.F.I. Nwanne International Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship Research September 2015 There is a growing concern as to whether the cost of financial intermediation is having commensurate beneficial implication on economic growth in Nigeria. The main objective of this study is to determine the implications of cost of financial intermediation on economic growth in Nigeria. The study made use of ordinary least square regression analysis. Results for ADF unit root tests show that all variables under consideration are I(1). The co-integration test also indicates long run relationship

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IMPLICATION OF SAVINGS AND INVESTMENT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA. T.F.I. Nwanne International Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship Research December 2014 There is large empirical literature which examines the implications of savings and investment on economic growth in Nigeria. However, little attention has been given to examining the implications of savings and investment on economic growth in Nigeria. The aim of this paper is to evaluate the implications of savings and investment on economic growth in Nigeria using ordinary least square regression. Results for ADF and PP unit root tests show that all variables under consideration are I(1). The

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IMPACT OF BUDGET DEFICIT FINANCING ON ECONOMIC STABILITY IN NIGERIA Dr. Nwanne, T. F. I. Ph.D, HCIB European Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance Research October 2014 IMPACT OF BUDGET DEFICIT FINANCING ON ECONOMIC STABILITY IN NIGERIA

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IMPLICATIONS OF SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES ON SOUTH EAST DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA Dr. Nwanne, T. F. I. Ph.D, HCIB International Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship Research February 2016 IMPLICATIONS OF SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES ON SOUTH EAST DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

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01- IMPLICATIONS OF GOVERNMENT CAPITAL EXPENDITURE ON THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR IN NIGERIA Dr. Nwanne, T. F. I. Ph.D, HCIB European Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance Research October 2015 Theoretically, both Keynesian and neoclassical economists provided tools for government’s intervention, particularly with regard to government capital expenditure. The aim of this project work is to investigate the effect of government capital expenditure on the manufacturing sector output in Nigeria. The study used quantitative time series data and multiple regression techniques in the analysis. The result of the co-integration test indicates long run relationship between dependent and indep

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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FINANCIAL INCLUSION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIAN RURAL DWELLERS. Dr. Nwanne, T. F. I. Ph.D, HCIB European Centre for Research Training and Development UK December 2015 Financial inclusion as the provision of a broad range of high quality financial products such as savings, credit, insurance, payments and pensions, which are relevant, appropriate and affordable for the entire adult population especially the low income segments of the economy. This study critically examines the sustainability of financial inclusion to rural dwellers in Nigeria using descriptive study and content analysis. The study observed that the sustainability of financial inclusion to rura

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Review of the Impact of Bank and Market Based Financial Structure on Economic Growth in Nigeria Dr. Nwanne, T. F. I. Ph.D, HCIB & Nwambeke, G. C. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting 2015 The study reviewed the impact of bank and market based financial structure on economic growth in Nigeria for the period 1990-2012. The objectives of the study were to determine the impact of bank-based financial structure, market-based financial structure and total financial services on economic growth. The study used “Expost-facto” research design. Ordinary Least Square Regression model was used in data analysis. The study finds that market-based financial structure has negative and insigni

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THE NIGERIAN STOCK EXCHANGE: A BANE FOR SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT T.F.I. Nwanne, Dr. Eyisi Adanma Sabina & Dr. Chioma Dorathy Oleka European Journal of Business and Social Sciences March 2015 The focus of this paper is to evaluate the impact of Nigerian stock exchange as a tool for sustainable economic development. This paper outlines the functions of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, reviews its contributions to economic development process and draws some useful lessons. These lessons include the need to strengthen private enterprise sector through structural reforms, infrastructural development, the importance of strong government commitment and the need for a professional and highly de

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DYNAMIC RESPONSE ANALYSIS OF PRIVATE SECTOR CREDIT DELIVERY TO VARIATIONS IN FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATE COSTS IN NIGERIA T.F.I. Nwanne, Dr. Nwambeke G. C. European Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance Research November 2017 DYNAMIC RESPONSE ANALYSIS OF PRIVATE SECTOR CREDIT DELIVERY TO VARIATIONS IN FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATE COSTS IN NIGERIA

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