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  • Bacteria vaginosis: prevalence and associated risk factors among non-pregnant women of reproductive age attending a Nigerian tertiary hospital 

    Abdulateef, Rasheedat; Ijaiya, Munirdeen; Fadeyi, Abayomi; Adeniran, Abiodun; Idris, Haruna (University of Malawi and Malawi Medical Association, 2017-12)
    Aim To determine the prevalence and risk factors associated with bacterial vaginosis (BV) among non-pregnant women of reproductive age group. Methods A cross-sectional study among non-pregnant asymptomatic women aged ...
  • Bacterial and Parasitic Agents Associated with Outbreaks of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (H5N1) in Nigeria 

    Kumbish, Peterside; Bello, M. K; Jambalang, Alex; Hussaini, Bakare; Solomon, Ponman; Ekong, P.S; Damina, M; Elisha, I; Chukwukere, S; Bako, Ben; Nanbol, D; Akanbi, Olatunde Babatunde; Joannis, Tony; Ularamu, H; Shittu, I; Suleiman, L (Vom Journal of Veterinary Science, 2006)
    The Highly pathogenic avian influenza (H5N1) was reported in Nigeria in early January 2006. A total of 430 suspected samples were submitted to the National Veterinary Research Institute, Vom for analysis. 149 of the analysed ...
  • Bacterial isolates from the urine of women in ilorin and their antibiotic susceptibility patterns 

    ABDUL, I. FUNSHO (Department of obstetrics and gynaecology and medical microbiology, University of ilorin teaching hospital, PMB 1339, ilorin kwara state, Nigeria, 2015)
  • Bacteriological Analysis and Effect of Water Consumption on the Haematological Parameters in Rats 

    KOLAWOLE, OLATUNJI; ALAMU, FOLAKEMI; OLAYEMI, ALBERT; ADETITUN, DAVID (International Journal of Plant, Animal & Environmental Sciences., 2013)
    Water samples were collected directly from Oyun river before entering the water treatment plant, chlorinated tank, storage tank, male hostel tap, and female hostel tap. Samples were analysed for their physicochemical ...
  • Bacteriological analysis of spent engine oil contaminated soil planted with cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) 

    ADETITUN, DAVID; ADEBISI, OLUSOJI; ANIBIJUWON, IBIKUNLE; KOLAWOLE, OLATUNJI; ADEOSUN, T.B.; OLAYEMI, ALBERT (Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia, 2016)
    The bacteriological analysis of soil contaminated with spent engine oil (SEO) planted with cowpea was investigated. The aim of this study was to detect the microbial degradation of SEO in soil and how it affects the microbial ...
  • Bacteriological and Elemental Quality of Clarias gariepinus (cat fish) Samples from River Lavun, Bida Niger state, Nigeria 

    Aliyu, Abdulmalik; Ibrahim, Yakubu K.E; Oyi, Ruqqaya A (Nigerian Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2016)
    Background: River Lavun, located near Bida is a source of domestic water for the populace. Fish from this river is consumed by general populace. Polluted river water contaminates its fish, it is therefore, necessary to ...
  • Bacteriological Assessment of River Lavun, Bida Niger State, Nigeria 

    Aliyu, Abdulmalik; Ibrahim, Yakubu K.E; Oyi, Ruqqaya A (Journal of Pharmaceutical Research and Development & Practice, 2016)
    The bacteriological quality of water from River Lavun (lower part of River Kaduna), used by the populace of Bida and environ for domestic activities, irrigation and source of aquatic food was investigated. Water samples ...
  • Bacteriological Quality of Locally Fermented Milk (Nono) and Commercial Yoghurts Marketted in Ilorin 

    Shittu, Abiodun O; David, Susan M; Aliyu, Abdulmalik; Bello, Ronke H; Olajide, R.O (Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, Development and Practice, 2016)
    Eleven samples comprising of six branded yoghurts and five unbranded „nono‟ purchased from seven different locations randomly selected in Ilorin city were evaluated for their bacteriological quality. The physicochemical ...
  • Bacteriological Quality of Locally Fermented Milk (Nono) and Commercial Yoghurts Marketted in Ilorin 

    Shittu, Abiodun; David, Susan; Aliyu, Abdulmalik; Bello, Ronke; Olajide, Risqoh (Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, Development and Practice., 2016-12)
    Eleven samples comprising of six branded yoghurts and five unbranded ‘nono’ purchased from seven different locations randomly selected in Ilorin city were evaluated for their bacteriological quality. The physicochemical ...
  • Bad Governance in Nigeria 

    Odeigah, Theresa Nfam (College of Humanities, Samuel Adegboyega University, Ogwa, Edo State, Nigeria, 2018-06)
    Bad governance in Nigeria is an issue that has elicited reactions from different perspectives globally. The effect of bad governance in Nigeria is examined from the study of the Eastern Niger Delta of Nigeria, which is one ...
  • Balanced Employee and Employer Relationship 

    Sulaimon M., Oriyomi; Muhammed A., Yinusa; Raji, Abdullateef; Adedoyin Jolaade, Omede; Sulaiman L., Abdulrasheed (University of Bangladesh, 2016)
    Social relationship is one of the basic features of human beings. This is so because of the fact that life could not be convenient without living with fellow human beings in the society. However, it is important to note ...
  • Bandwidth Estimation for Admission Control in MANET: Review and Conceptual MANET Admission Control Framework 

    Aina, Folayo; Yousef, Sufian; Osanaiye, Opeyemi; Ruskin, Anglia (2019)
    Mobile ad-hoc network (MANET) is one of the main technologies for the next generation wireless networking because of the positive impact it poses over other wireless networks having undergone rapid progress, which ...
  • Bank Consolidation and Recapitalization in Nigeria 

    Abdullahi, Ibrahim Bello (DEpartment of Business Administration, University of Ilorin, 2006)
    This paper evaluates merger and acquisition option in meeting up with the new reform on bank consolidation and recapitalization in Nigeria, It is hoped that it would serve as reference point to the technocrats, public and ...
  • Bank Service Quality and Customers’ Patronage in Selected Banks in South Western Nigeria 

    Adeoti, J.O; Gbadeyan, R.A; Adebisi, A.O (Botswana Journal of Business, 2015)
    This study therefore, examines the relationship between service quality and customers choice of banks patronage. The study was conceived primarily to identify and compare if there is a difference between elements of SERVQUAL ...
  • Banking Sector Development and Economic Growth: Evidence from Nigeria 

    Jimoh, Abdulrazaq Taiye (Ilorin Journal of Finance, 2017-12-31)
    Studies have claimed that Nigerian banking sector is still underdeveloped and the sector has performed below expectation in its role of promoting economic growth of the country. This study therefore assessed the effect ...
  • BANKING SECTOR DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: EVIDENCE FROM NIGERIA 

    JIMOH, Abdulrasaq Taiye; ATTAH, John Adeyi; ABDULMUMIN, Biliqees Ayoola; WAHEED, Kayode Ismail (Department of Finance, Faculty of Management Sciences , University of Ilorin, Ilorin. Nigeria., 2017)
    Economic growth of a country whose financial sector is bank-based like Nigeria revolves round the development of banking sector. Studies have however claimed that Nigeria banking sector is still underdeveloped and the ...
  • Banking Sector Reforms and Bank Consolidation in Nigeria 

    Abdullahi, Ibrahim Bello (Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Babcock University, Ilisan Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria, 2007)
    This paper evaluates the challenges and prospect associated with the recent banking sector reforms and consolidation in Nigeria. It is hoped that it would serve as a useful guide to the stake holders and other relevant ...
  • Banking Sector Reforms in Nigeria 

    Abdullahi, Ibrahim Bello (School of Management and Social Sciences, Babcock University, Ilisan-Remo, 2008)
    This paper evaluates micro-finance policy as contained in, the Banking Sector Reforms in Nigeria. It is hoped that it would serve as a useful guide to the stakeholders, potential investors, students, and other relevant ...
  • Bankruptcy prediction through financial strength analysis, a case study of trade bank Plc 

    Olaniyi, T.A (Department of Business Administration, University of Ilorin, Ilorin., 2006)
    Loss of depositors’ funds, loss of jobs, insecurity of property and investment as well as consequential loss of confidence coupled with other concomitant effects of bank failure had reduced the value of Nigerian banks as ...
  • Barrier Factors Affecting Adoption of Green Building Technologies in Nigeria 

    Amuda-yusuf, Ganiyu; Raheem, Wasiu Mayowa; Adebiyi, Ranti Taibat; Abdulraheem, Maimunat Orire; Idris, Soliu; Eluwa, Stephen Eyinaya (Built Environment Journal, 2020-06)
    Greenhouse gas emission from activities in the built environment is increasing exponentially due to increase in building operations. This study aims at determining factors that affect adopting of Green Building Technologies ...