Integrity Research Journals

ISSN: 2536-7064
Model: Open Access/Peer Reviewed
DOI: 10.31248/JBBD
Start Year: 2016

ISSUE (Vol.8 (4) - August 30th, 2023)

Role Of Phytohormone On In Vitro Regeneration Of Tea [camellia Sinensis (l.) O. Kuntze]
Phytohormones are small molecules present in very low concentrations in plants and provide a promising strategy to improve mass culture biotechnology due to their intrinsic role in growth, development, and survival. This study is aimed at evaluating the effect of different plant growth regulators on in vitro callus induction and shoot regeneration in tea. The... Continue here

Assessment Of Heavy Metal Concentrations In Water And Sediments At Motor Park And New Bridge Areas, Lower River Benue, Ibi, Taraba, Nigeria
Heavy metals concentration in water and sediment was investigated at the Motor Park Area and New Bridge Site of lower River Benue, Ibi, Taraba State. The heavy metals levels were examined using atomic absorption spectrophotometer (AAS) Buck Scientific model 210 VGP using spectrophotometry techniques. The highest mean concentration of Zn recorded in the sediment at... Continue here

Determination Of Some Heavy Metal Concentrations In Water And Sediment Of River Gidin Dorowa, At Gidin Dorowa, Taraba, North Eastern Nigeria
This study examined some heavy metal concentrations in water and sediment of River Gidin Dorowa, Taraba, North Eastern, Nigeria. It was examined with atomic absorption spectrophometer (AAS) buck scientific model 210 VGP. Mean concentrations of metals in water and sediment showed significant (p< 0.05) during the study period between September, 2022 to February,... Continue here

Investigating The Breeding Habitats And Kdr Allele Frequency Of Malaria Vectors In Anambra Central Senatorial Zone, Southeast Nigeria
Malaria, transmitted by infected female Anopheles mosquitoes, is a parasitic disease of major public health importance in Nigeria. Various classes of insecticides have played significant role in the control and elimination of malaria by attacking the vectors. Unfortunately, the success of the use of insecticides in the control of malaria vectors is threatened by... Continue here

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