ISSN: 2455-815X Open Access International Journal of Agricultural Science and Food Technology Life Sciences Group

International Journal of Agricultural Science and Food Technology

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    Assessment of socio-economic factors affecting the utilization of manual screw press for gari production in Kwara state, Nigeria

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    Published On: February 14, 2019 | Pages: 013 - 018

    Author(s): Adegbola Adetayo Jacob*, Wegh Francis Shagbaor, Ikwuba Agnes Agbanugo and Nwafor Solomon Chimela
    This study investigated socio-economic determinants of utilization of manual screw press for cassava mash dehydration for gari production in four local government areas across the ADP zones in Kwara state, Nigeria. Using random sampling technique and a semi-structured questionnaire as research instrument, data for the study were collected from a sample of three hundre ...
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    Body weight had highest correlation coefficient with heart girth around the chest under the same farmers feeding conditions for Arsi Bale sheep

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    Published On: February 11, 2019 | Pages: 006 - 012

    Author(s): Ashebir Worku*
    The study was conducted in Adami Tulu Jido Kombolcha and Bora districts from east Shoa zone as well as Kofele and Asasa from west Arsi zone of Oromia regional state. The objective of this study was to determine the best regression model for live weight estimation to be used by farmers without the use of weighing scale for indigenous sheep breed found in East Shoa and ...
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    Valuing the investigation of Prion diseases in Ethiopia

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    Published On: January 03, 2019 | Pages: 001 - 005

    Author(s): Eden Yitna Teferedegn, Tesfaye D and Ün C
    Cellular Prion proteins have a wide variety of function from the birth of a cell to its programmed death. Prion protein can be the cause for a number of lethal animal and human diseases when misfolded. Furthermore, prion infection is transmissible. Polymorphisms of prion gene at different loci are associated with prion diseases development, the onset of symptoms and i ...
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