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作者:Paul Theophile Epee Misse
来源:[J].African Journal of Biological Sciences, 2019, Vol.1 (2), pp.55-59ASP
摘要:In the laboratory of plant physiology of the University of Queensland (Gatton Campus), a seed germination experiment was undertaken on seeds of two Australian native plant species – Rhodanthe floribundato and Acacia aneura. Most Acacia , including A. aneura exhibit a physica...
作者:I.G. Ihimire , E.A. Kayode , V.E. Osagie
来源:[J].African Journal of Biological Sciences, 2019, Vol.1 (2), pp.60-67ASP
摘要:This study investigated the effect of protein isolate from leaf extract of Vernonia amygdalina in diabetic rats. Thirty (30) adults male Wistar rats were randomly divided into six (6) groups of five (5) each based on their body weight. Diabetes was induced with administratio...
作者:Aurelian Udristioiu , Manole Cojocaru
来源:[J].African Journal of Biological Sciences, 2019, Vol.1 (3), pp.1-13ASP
摘要:Autophagy is a cellular process that maintains the homeostasis of the normal cell, but autophagic dysfunction is associated with human diseases, such as cancer. In normal cells, the initial signal to form auto-phagosomes is by the class III phosphatidyl-inositol (PI) 3 kinase com...
作者:Dr. Callixte Yadufashije , Jasmine Umugwaneza , Cedrick Izere ...
来源:[J].African Journal of Biological Sciences, 2019, Vol.1 (3), pp.32-39ASP
摘要:Background(#br)Chorioamnionitis is the association of microorganisms infection in fetal membrane, placental membrane and amniotic fluid. About 2 to 4% of chorioamnionitis occurs in full-term deliveries, but higher than this prevalence in preterm birth.(#br)Objectives(#br)The...
作者:Meeta Jain , Jayesh Vaishnav
来源:[J].African Journal of Biological Sciences, 2019, Vol.1 (3), pp.22-31ASP
摘要:Treatment of etiolated maize leaf segments with 0-300 mM NaCl during greening decreased the osmotic potential of leaf sap significantly. Na+ content of the leaf tissue increased significantly on supplying different concentrations of salt. Relative water content of the leaf t...
作者:Callixte Yadufashije , Rebero Samuel
来源:[J].African Journal of Biological Sciences, 2019, Vol.1 (2), pp.51-54ASP
摘要:The origin of skin color has been significantly a discussion of importance among human biology scientists, anthropologists and others interested in evolution of human skin color. Experience was done to chimpanzee and other primates shared almost the same characters with mankind, ...
作者:Akshansh Mishra
来源:[J].African Journal of Biological Sciences, 2019, Vol.1 (3), pp.40-49ASP
摘要:Multiple myeloma affects the several parts of bodies such as the spine, skull, pelvis and ribs. The cause of multiple myeloma is not known properly. The poor prognoses is associated with most cancers creates a sense of urgency for the brains behind healthcare Artificial Intellige...
作者:C.O. Ugbeni , D.O. Idiakheua
来源:[J].African Journal of Biological Sciences, 2019, Vol.1 (3), pp.14-21ASP
摘要:Diarrhea remains a major health burden in developing society till date. Efforts aimed at ameliorating this condition is very imminent. In this study, the antidiarrheal effect of aqueous extracts (dried and fresh forms) of M. lucida leaves was evaluated in Wistar rats. 25% lactose...
作者:Preeti Verma , R. Sagar , Hariom Verma ...
来源:[J].African Journal of Biological Sciences, 2019, Vol.1 (2), pp.13-45ASP
摘要:Grasslands play a critical role in the global storage of atmospheric carbon (C). Precise estimation of C contents in different plant components is essential to formulate a strategy for mitigating the atmospheric C. Biomass (B) and C of different herbaceous plant components at spe...
作者:Shahima Akter Topu
来源:[J].African Journal of Biological Sciences, 2019, Vol.1 (2), pp.46-50ASP
摘要:Gene patenting has been facing backlash for decades now. Even Michael Crichton, science fiction novelist, as joined the bandwagon speaking against gene patent.1 Such hostility towards patents, the professional interests of academics, researchers and inventors are under the threat...

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