Kemi Eunice Akande

Kemi Eunice Akande
Federal University of Technology Minna · Department of Animal Production

PhD
Interested in: Nonconventional Feed Resources, Mycotoxins, Antinutritional & Toxic Factors, Food Safety, Nutrition

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The keen competition between the human populace and livestock industry for grains as well as the problem of grain scarcity because of the decline in production has led to the search for unconventional feedstuffs. In light of this challenge, this paper presents a review of research work on the utilization of African mesquite, a potential non-convent...
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Moringa oleifera is a plant with various uses and has gained recognition in many countries of the world due to its rich nutrient content and beneficial properties. This review article presents an overview of the nutritional constituents, anthelmintic, antimicrobial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of Moringa. The various uses of Moring...
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Generally, rural women are majorly involved in agricultural activities such as planting, weeding, harvesting, processing and marketing. They also keep some domestic animals and birds. Empowering rural women will go a long way to improving the economic life of the women and also the well-being of individuals, families and the rural communities. Soci...
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Newspapers record events on daily basis. Important events such as health, politics and other happenings, such as births, marriages and death are also recorded. This investigation identifies the newspapers that have information on health tips, these are Punch, The Nation and The Guardian. This study is designed to identify some common nutritional-re...
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Conventional feedstuffs in Nigeria are expensive, which has led to the search for cheap and locally available unconventional feeding materials. This study was therefore conducted to determine the dietary effect of roasted pigeon pea meal (RPP) on the performance of rabbits. A total of forty weaner rabbits (20 male and 20 female) Dutch × Chinchilla...
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Removal of undesirable components is essential to improve the nutritional quality of legumes and effectively utilize their full potential as poultry feed ingredient. It is widely accepted that simple and inexpensive processing techniques are effective methods of achieving desirable changes in the composition of seeds. Different authors have reporte...
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Compounds or substances which act to reduce nutrient intake, digestion, absorption and utilization and may produce other adverse effects are referred to as antinutrients or antinutritional factors. Seeds of legumes and other plant sources contain in their raw state wide varieties of antinutrients which are potentially toxic. The major antinutrients...
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The study focused on role of women in agricultural development and their constraints in Biliri Local Government Area of Gombe State. Simple random sampling technique was used to select six villages from the LGA and 60 women farmers. Interview scheduled was used to obtain information from the women, on their socio-economic characteristics, farm acti...
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Mycotoxins are harmful substances produced by fungi in various foods and are estimated to affect as much as 25% of the world`s crop each year. Most of these mytocoxins belong to the three genera of fungi: Aspergillus, Penicillium and Fusarium. Although over 300 mytocoxins are known, those of most concern based on their toxicity and occurrence, are...

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