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2022, Vol: 3, Issue 2

1.) The assessment of the ameliorative effects of Monodora myristica extracts on kidney function indices in crude petroleum oil induced nephrotoxicity
Akpede, A.A ., Irabor, F., Ebohon, O., Esiekpe, G. and George, O.
Savanna Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences 3(2):167-171
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2.) Comparison of Potassium bromate (KBrO3) Content in Bread of Nigeria and Niger Republic
Abba, A., Umar K. J, Umar, S. W. , Bello Y. K., Umar A.
Savanna Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences 3(2):164-166
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3.) Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development: A Review
Garba N. and Adamu A.
Savanna Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences 3(2):159-163
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4.) In Vitro Toxicity Assessment of Glyphosate Based Herbicide on Clarias Gariepinus (African Catfish Burchell, 1822)
Nafi’u, S. A and Ibrahim, S
Savanna Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences 3(2):151-158
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5.) Determination of the Antioxidant, Phytochemical and Reducing Properties of Leaves of Some Commonly Consumed Fruit Trees
Mohammed, U.F. and Hamzat, R.
Savanna Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences 3(2):146-150
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