Volume 1 Issue 1


1. Sediment dwelling arthropods of a weak-tidal tropical Lagoon.**** Roland E. Uwadiae        *** PDF Version ***        


2. Combination studies of black pepper and marketed brands of ciprofloxacin on human pathogenic organisms.**** Ajose, D.J., Adeniyi, B.A. and Adetoyinbo , I.I        *** Pdf Version ***        

3. Biochemical characteristics of sediment and benthic macrofauna community of organic waste dumpsites. ****Roland E. Uwadiae, and Anthonia E. Gbuvoro       *** pdf Version ***        


4. Statistical assessment of the impact of corruption on Nigeria’s socio-economic development.****       *** pdf Version ***        


5. Statistical analysis of the socio-economic impact of ebola outbreak in selected West African countries.pdf.  Oyewole O., Obadina G.O.,Oyewole A.A. and Adekola L.O****       *** pdf Version ***        


6. Evaluating the Compliance of Nigerian real estate professionals to International Financial Reporting Standards.pdf   Chibuike R. Emele and Abiodun B. Jogunola****       *** pdf Version ***        


7. Critical control points in the fermentation of oso (fermented seeds of Cathormion altissimum).pdf   .Jolaoso A.A. and Popoola T.O.S ****       *** pdf Version ***        


8. Bacteriological status and proximate composition of croaker from retail outlets in Makoko environs in Lagos State Nigeria.pdf .   Amusan E.E., Oluwagunke T. O. and Akhiromen D. I ****       *** pdf Version ***        


9. Biochemical Responses and Heavy Metal Accumulation in Macrobrachium vollenhovenii in Epe axis of Lekki Lagoon.pdf..........Akhiromen DI and Ogbonne FC ****       *** pdf Version ***        


10. Impact of litigation on construction claims management in Lagos State Nigeria.pdf .....Adesoye Morakinyo ****       *** pdf Version ***        


11. Assessment of Waste from Conversion of Indigenous Timber Species in Ogun State Nigeria.pdf......Ogunjobi KM, Onipede OJ, Gakenou OF, Awodutire OO and Adetogun AC ****       *** pdf Version ***        


12. Determinants of solid waste management practices in the University College Hospital Ibadan Nigeria.pdf......Akinpelu O Peter ****       *** pdf Version ***        


13. An Appraisal of the Determinants of Housing Development and Infrastructure Performance in Ibadan Southwest Nigeria.pdf.....Odunjo OO, Okanlawon SA, Oladimeji SB and Moyo UTO ****       *** pdf Version ***        


Volume 1 Issue 2


14.Laccase extraction, purification and characterization from potato peels.pdf. Minari JB and Agho EE ****        *** PDF Version ***        


15.GROWTH OF Pleurotus squarrosulus ON COMMERCIAL AGAR MEDIA.pdf.. Hamisu HH and Kuforiji OO****        *** PDF Version ***        


16.Loss of ecological knowledge - impacts on people and ecosystem conservation.pdf.. Osemeobo GJ****        *** PDF Version ***        


17.Assessment of natural radionuclides and heavy metal contaminants in milk candy samples in Oyo, Ogun and Lagos State, Nigeria.pdf.Ademola AK and Olurin TO****        *** PDF Version ***        


18.EFFECT OF SOME INDIGENOUS PRESERVATIVES ON THE CHEMICAL QUALITIES OF TRADITIONALLY SMOKED Clarias gariepinus.pdf.Kester, CT and Oyelese OA****        *** PDF Version ***        


19.THE STOMACH CONTENTS ANALYSIS OF Alestes macrolepidotus OF ASEJIRE LAKE, SOUTH WEST, NIGERIA.pdf.Falaye AE, Omoike A and Okorie AD****        *** PDF Version ***        


20.Pharmacological Potential of the Stem Extract of Melissa officinalis.pdf.. Ololade ZS, Essien ER and Agboola OO****        *** PDF Version ***        


21.Amelioration of Nickel Sulphate-induced Hepatic Oxidative Injury by Methanol Extract of.pdf.Akinwumi KA, Basheeru KA and Songonuga A****        *** PDF Version ***        


22.Density and Diversity of Phytophilous Arthropods in a Tropical Lagoon.pdf.Roland EU and Haastrup O****        *** PDF Version ***        


23.The prevalence and antibiotic susceptibility pattern of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.pdf.Wemambu II, Ajose DJ, Akomolafe EU****        *** PDF Version ***        

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