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EFFECT OF COLA NITIDA (COLANUT) ON GASTROINTESTINAL MOTILITY OF ULCER INDUCED WISTAR RATS

ABSTRACT The effect of the ethanolic extract of Cola nitida (colanut) on the intestinal motility, gastric secretion and ulceration in albino wistar rats was studied. Acute toxicity of the plant was carried out using Lorke’s method. 27 mice were used for this study. The mice were divided into 9 groups of 3 animals each. The group administered 1000mg/kg of the plant extract recorded 0% mortality w... Continue Reading »

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THE EFFECT OF CANNABIS SATIVA ON INTELLIGENCE AND MOVEMENT IN MALE WISTAR ALBINO RATS

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of Study Cannabis also known as marijuana is a psychoactive drug from the cannabis plant known as cannabis sativa intended for medical or recreational use (Vij, 2012). cannabis sativa is an annual plant belonging to family cannabaceae of the nettle order (urticales). The main psychoactive part of cannabis is delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). One of 483 kno... Continue Reading »

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PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING OF AQUEOUS AND ETHANOLIC LEAVES EXTRACTS OF COSTUS AFER AND THEIR EFFECTS ON LIPID PROFILE OF FEMALE ALBINO WISTAR RATS

ABSTRACT Medicinal plants contain bioactive compounds capable of preventing and fighting cardiovascular related disease. These compounds must be screened and assayed before effective drugs are developed. Thus, the phytochemical constituents of aqueous and ethanolic leaves extracts of Costus afer and their effects on lipid profile of female albino wistar rats were determined. The results of the phy... Continue Reading »

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EVALUATION OF CO-ADMINISTRATION OF ETHYL ACETATE FRACTION OF CANNABIS SATIVA LEAVES AND ETHANOL ON LEARNING, MEMORY AND THE HISTOMORPHOLOGY OF THE HIP...

ABSTRACT Substance abuse especially amongst young adults constitutes a global problem. Cannabis sativa is a commonly abused illicit drug. Some of its effects include impaired short memory, attention and reduced motor skills. Ethanol is a multiple action depressor of the central nervous system and under its influence, confused and disorganized thinking results. Both drugs have a detrimental effect ... Continue Reading »

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INVESTIGATIONS OF ACTIVITY OF PHENOBARBITONE IN MICE MODELS OF DEPRESSION

Abstract Depression is a severe neurological condition that interferes with our brain neurochemistry and synaptic processes, ultimately leading to intense expression of our emotions. Major fallouts observed from the use of antidepressant including high rates of remission, impotency and suicidal tendencies led to researches to screen other compounds with antidepressant potentials. Various studies h... Continue Reading »

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MODULATORY ROLE OF RESVERATROL-INDUCED DIETARY RESTRICTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT ON NEUROBEHAVIOURAL OUTCOME IN YOUNG HEALTHY MICE

ABSTRACT Dietary Restriction (DR) otherwise known as Caloric Restriction (CR) has been generally defined as consumption of nutritious diet that is 30% to 40% less in calories compared to ad libitum diet while Environmental Enrichment (EE) is defined as a sustained and progressive increase in cognitive and sensorimotor stimuli with aggregated voluntary physical activity and complex social interacti... Continue Reading »

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EFFECT OF ETHANOL EXTRACT OF BRASSICA OLERACEA (CABBAGE) ON INTESTINAL MOTILITY AND GASTRIC SECRETION IN ALBINO WISTAR RATS

ABSTRACT The effect of ethanol extract of Brassica oleracea (cabbage) on intestinal motility and gastric secretion was studied using wistar albino rat. Acute toxicity of the plant was carried out using Lorke’s method. 15 mice were used for LD50. They were divided into five groups of three animals each and they were zero percent mortality at the dose of 5,000ml/kg which was determined as the LD50... Continue Reading »

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INFLUENCE OF GENDER AND LOCALITY ON THE ATTITUDE OF ADOLESCENTS TOWARDS AIDS

ABSTRACT This study investigated Influence of Gender and Locality on the Attitude of Adolescent Towards ADIS. 100 were Adolescent randomly selected from urban and rural area for the study. The age range was between 15 19 years with a mean age of 17years. Attitude towards AIDS scale Comoluabi 1995 was used for data collection. 2´2 factorial design was used and a two way ANOVA was also adopted... Continue Reading »

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LOCALITY AND GENDER AS PREDICTORS OF ATTRIBUTION OF SUCCESS

ABSTRACT This study investigated whether locality and gender will significantly predict attribution of success among adolescents. The participants were selected from Community secondary School Agbani and Federal Government College Enugu. The participants were randomly selected making use of simple random sampling technique and were in Senior Secondary I and II of the schools. The participants were... Continue Reading »

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PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS INFLUENCING COMMERCIAL DRIVERS RECKLESSNESS

CHAPTER ONE 1.1 Background to the Study Driving a car, bus, lorry or an articulated vehicle is a psychomotor activity that requires a combination of concentration and good visual and auditory functions. Several forces that can negatively affect driving mostly fall within the purview of psycho social factors (Kagashe and Seleman, 2009). Some of these psychosocial factors are the use of alcohol and ... Continue Reading »

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THE ADAPTOGENIC EFFECT OF APPLE CIDER VINEGAR (ACV) IN CHRONIC RESTRAINT- STRESSED WISTAR RATS

ABSTRACT Stress is a prime factor for most of the illnesses in human life. Chronic stress exposure has been reported to cause anatomical and physiological brain damage, immunosuppression, infertility and damage to various internal organs. The function of stress hormones; corticosterone and epinephrine is believed to preserve homeostasis but these hormones may turn out to be detrimental in excess o... Continue Reading »

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EFFECTS OF PRACTICE AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ON PROBLEM SOLVING AMONG UNDERGRADUATES

TABLE OF CONTENTS Title page i Certification ii Dedication iii Acknowledgement iv Table of Contents v List of Tables vii Abstract viii CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION Introduction 1 Statement of Problems 10 Purpose of Study 12 Significance of Study 12 CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW Theoretical Review 14 Empirical Review 22 Hypotheses 31 Operational Definition of Terms 32 CHAPTER THREE: METHODS Design 33... Continue Reading »

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EFFECT OF AMBIENT TEMPERATURE ON METHYLENEDIOXYMETHAMPHETAMINE (MDMA)-INDUCED CHANGES IN BODY TEMPERATURE, NEUROBEHAVIOUR AND NEUROTOXICITY IN RODENTS

ABSTRACT Studies on the effect of ambient temperature on methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) induced changes in body temperature, neurobehaviour and neurotoxicity was carried out in mice and rats. The study was carried out in four (4) different categories and designed to determine variations in ambient temperature on MDMA induced changes on body temperature, neurobehaviour and neurotoxicity. Cate... Continue Reading »

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INFLUENCE OF JOB INVOLVEMENT, ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT AND EMPLOYEE STRESS ON PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL BEING OF CIVIL SERVANTS IN UYO METROPOLIS

ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of job involvement, organizational commitment and employee stress on psychological wellbeing of civil servants. The sample consisted of three hundred and ten (310) respondents (145 males and 165 females with the mean age of 35.32 and a standard deviation of 7.27), who were selected using simple random sampling technique from the minis... Continue Reading »

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EFFECTS OF VITAMIN C ON SOME HAEMATOLOGICAL PARAMETERS AND BIOMARKERS OF OXIDATIVE STRESS IN ALBINO WISTAR RATS EXPOSED TO SHORT-TERM LEAD ACETATE

Abstract The effects of vitamin C on some heamatological parameters and biomarkers of oxidative stress in albino wistar rats exposed to lead acetate over a short term (3 weeks) was investigated. Studies have revealed that lead has a wide range of health effects that can result from exposure, and that lead can cause health effects at blood lead levels previously thought to be safe. An increasing bo... Continue Reading »

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ASSESSMENT OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WORKING MEMORY AND SOME REPRODUCTIVE HORMONES IN SELECTED PATIENTS OF AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTRE

ABSTRACT Working memory is a central construct in cognitive neuroscience that is responsible for the orchestration of daily activities. Serum concentrations of some reproductive hormones are known to vary in the pregnant and non pregnant state. There are conflicting reports about the effect of pregnancy on working memory. It is yet to be ascertained whether the change in the concentration of some ... Continue Reading »

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THE EFFECT OF EMPLOYEE'S PERCEPTION, TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ON ORGANIZATION PERFORMANCE.

Abstract The purpose of this study is to find out the impact of employee training and development on employee’s performance. The results show that significant positive relationship exists between employee training and development and the employee performance. Training and Development, On the Job Training, Training Design and Delivery style are four of the most important aspects in organizati... Continue Reading »

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EVALUATION OF ANTICONVULSANT ACTIVITY OF DATE (PHOENIX DACTYLIFERA) IN MICE AND CHICKS

ABSTRACT Phoenix dactylifera contains some phytochemical constituents which have been reported to be associated with different pharmacological activities. Triterpenes and steroids, flavonoids, cardiac glycoside among other phytochemicals have been reported to possess anticonvulsant activity. This study therefore is aimed at evaluating the anticonvulsant activity of aqueous extract of Phoenix dacty... Continue Reading »

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PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF VITAMIN E ON ENDOSULFAN-INDUCED OXIDATIVE CHANGES AND ASSOCIATED NEUROBEHAVIOURAL DEFICIT IN MALE WISTAR RATS

ABSTRACT Endosulfan is an organochlorine pesticide commonly used to control pests in vegetables, cotton, fruits and other agricultural produce. It is a contact and stomach insecticide toxic to mammals, fish and other aquatic organisms. Several reports have shown that it is a highly neurotoxic agent. The aim of this study was to evaluate the role of brain lipoperoxidation and oxidative stress in se... Continue Reading »

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PEAK EXPIRATORY FLOW RATE AND SOME ASPECT OF ECG AND HAEMATOLOGICAL VARIABLES IN NON-PREGNANT AND PREGNANT WOMEN AT SECOND AND THIRD TRIMESTERS OF PRE...

ABSTRACT Values of peak expiratory rate (PEFR), ECG and Haematological variables in 250 females at their reproductive ages, made up of 123 pregnant subjects and 127 non pregnant control groups, living and/or working in Kura local government area and its environs were obtained. Pearson’s correlation coefficient between PEFR and ages as well as ECG, Haematological and other anthropometric meas... Continue Reading »

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