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Articles from Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research Series B: Biological Sciences (November 1, 2014)

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Antimicrobial activity and physical characteristics of oil extracted from alligator pepper seed (Aframomum melegueta) cultivated in Owo, Ondo State, Nigeria. Gbenga, Aladekoyi; Shakpo, Itunnu Olubunmi Report 951
Effect of tank mixed application of ammonium sulphate and carfentrazone-ethyl + clodinafop-propargyl + metsulfuron-methyl on weeds and yield of wheat. Tanveer, Asif; Khalid, Adnan; Tahir, Muhammad; Nadeem, Muhammad Ather Report 3840
Enhanced amylase production by Fusarium solani in solid state fermentation. Bakri, Yasser; Jawhar, Mohammed; Arabi, Mohammed Imad Eddin Report 3011
Fatty acid composition of certain oil seeds from Nigeria. Ajayi, Ibironke Adetolu; Marchini, Julius Sergio; Dos-Santos, Jose Ernesto; Hotta, Julia Keiko Sakam Report 2514
Impact of a widely cultivated tree (Moringa oleifera) on the health of commercially important hybrid catfish. Adamu, Kabir Mohammed; Ahmed, Idris Mohammed Report 4570
Isolation and characterisation of chitin and chitosan from local sources. Aftab, Tayyaba; Ullah, Asad; Iqbal, Muhammad Khalid; Khan, Rauf Ahmed; Chaudhry, Muhammad Nawaz Report 3562
New record of Anomala rugosa Arrow, 1899 (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Rutelinae) from the Fauna of Pakistan. Ahmed, Zubair; Zorn, Carsten; Khatri, Imran Report 549
Nutritional evaluation of Nigerian dried okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) seeds. Ogungbenle, Henry Niyi; Arekemase, Esther Funmilayo Report 4674
Soil borne fungi associated with different vegetable crops in Sindh, Pakistan. Usman, Farzana; Abid, Muhammad; Hussain, Faisal; Khan, Shaheena Arshad; Sultana, Jawaria Report 4955
Some aspects of developmental trends in chemical modification and transformation of starch: products preparation and potential applications. Daramola, Bode Technical report 5457

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