Inaugural Lectures

Evaluating The Information Literacy Skills Of Students In Abia State Polytechnic, Aba, Nigeria:- 'Amogu uma k.

Abstract

The study was designed to evaluate the informal ion literacy skills of students in Ahia Slate Polytechnic, Aba, Abia State, Nigeria. The study adopted case study and survey research...

14 pages (4859 words) · Inaugural Lectures · 1 month ago

Crop Interactions and Nutrient Management: Implications for Food Security in Degraded Ecosystems [23rd Inaugural Lecture]

INTRODUCTION

Introduction 

I feel honoured and I thank God Almighty and the Vice Chancellor for this opportunity to give this inaugural lecture. It is an opportunity for me to share my thought,...

42 pages (8609 words) · Inaugural Lectures · 6 months ago

Man Shall Not Live By Bread Alone: Prophecy And Practice [46th Inaugural Lecture]

INTRODUCTION

Introduction

Man's History of Animal Protein Intake

Biblically, man was created a vegetarian (Psalm 23: 1-2) and put in a garden (Eden). So ail he needed was fruits, vegetables (plants...

45 pages (14417 words) · Inaugural Lectures · 6 months ago

METHAMOPHOBIA: A Differential Derivative [43rd Inaugural Lecture]

Table of Content

PREAMBLE 

INTRODUCTION

THE PROBLEM 

  • Education: The Universal Set 

  • Mathematics Education 

  • Mathematics Educator 

  • Mathematics and Its Attractions 

  • Situational...

62 pages (18035 words) · Inaugural Lectures · 6 months ago

Controlling the Risks Of Viral Epidemics In Animals and Human [29th Inaugural Lecture]

Table of Content

1.0 Protocol 

2.0 Preamble 

3.0 Viruses And Disease In Animals and Man 

3.1 Nature of virus 

3.2 Impact of viral disease 

4.0 Challenges of viral disease control...

28 pages (4903 words) · Inaugural Lectures · 6 months ago

Microbial Biology: Harnessing the Power of Microbes for Industrial Transformations [21st Inaugural Lecture]

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION ONE 

1.0 Introduction

1.1 Preamble

1.2 Introducing microbes 

1.3 What is life?

SECTION TWO 

2.1 Historical developments in microbiology 

2.2 Scope Of...

95 pages (23165 words) · Inaugural Lectures · 6 months ago

Communicating Agricultural Technologies Effectively To Farmers In Nigeria [20th Inaugural Lecture]

Introduction

It is with the sense of awesome gratitude to the Almighty God and a fulfilled ambition that I stand before this distinguished audience to give the 20th Inaugural Lecture of this great...

51 pages (14159 words) · Inaugural Lectures · 6 months ago

Unending Seeds And Waters Of Animal Life [12th Inaugural Lecture]

INTRODUCTION

I have the honour and privilege to present the 12th in the series of this University's Inaugural lectures. In the College ofAnimal Science and Animal Production, I am the 4th Inaugural...

44 pages (14629 words) · Inaugural Lectures · 6 months ago

Cure {Al4 (SiO4)3 + 3Mg2SiO4 +2Al2 Mg3 (SiO4)3 For Incurable Diseases (HIV/AIDS, Other Viral Disease, Cancers, Antimicrobial Resistant Infections) [48th Inaugural Lecture]

Table of content 

Preface 

Introduction Ezeibe's inventions (MPHA, DPHA, MSAMS and equation for MSAMS) 

Tests of the MSAMS as adjuvant for antimicrobials 

Tests of the MSAMS against...

61 pages (20297 words) · Inaugural Lectures · 6 months ago

Molecular Transformations: From Matter to Wealth [19th Inaugural Lecture]

Content

Preamble

Grassroots Chemistry

Molecular Modification

Serendipity in Drug Development

Organic and Natural Products Synthesis 

Biological Reactions involving Electrocyclic and Sigmatropic...

50 pages (8441 words) · Inaugural Lectures · 8 months ago

Small But Mighty: Prophecies And Realities In Animal Breeding [4th Inaugural Lecture]

Table of Content

1.0 Preamble

1.1 Scope of Lecture

2.0 Introduction

2.1 Origin of life and evolution

2.2 Animal breeding in perspective

3.0 Genetic Prophecy 

3.1 The Scenario

3.2 The Cell Chromosomes,...

58 pages (10302 words) · Inaugural Lectures · 8 months ago

Tailoring Tropical African Agriculture Towards The Millennium Development Goals: A Plant Breeder's Perspective [Inaugural Lecture Series]

Agriculture is the use of the natural resource base for the increased improvement and production of crops livestock, fish and trees (Anderson, 1991; Ene-Obong,2003). Its origin is pinpointed over...

40 pages (7609 words) · Inaugural Lectures · 8 months ago

GENE: Engine That Drives Plant Breeding [32nd Inaugural Lecture]

Table of Content


Preamble 

Introduction 

What is Gene? 

The Cell 

Dominant and Recessive Genes 

The Chromosome 

Modem working definition of Gene 

Extra-chromosomal...

54 pages (16549 words) · Inaugural Lectures · 8 months ago

Reducing Food Losses Through Sustainable Methods Of Plant Disease Management: An Imperative For Actualization Of Food Security In Nigeria [Inaugural Lecture]

INTRODUCTION

Plants not only sustain man and animals but also source of food for other organisms including microorganisms living in the ecosystem. Efforts of man is to subjugate plants and animals...

40 pages (11158 words) · Inaugural Lectures · 8 months ago

Crop Vampires: Strategies For Sustainable Management In Smallholder Farming System In Nigeria [Inaugural Lecture Series No. 11]

Introduction 


It is my singular honour and privilege to welcome you to this lecture. I am very much delighted and thankful to the Almighty God for this opportunity to deliver the 11th Inaugural...

26 pages (9353 words) · Inaugural Lectures · 8 months ago

Greedy Tropical Soils: Appeasing the Hungry Soils for Sustainable Food Production [26th Inaugural Lecture]

TABLE OF CONTENT

1.0 Preamble

2.0 Soils

2.1 Soil Composition

2.2 Importance of Soils

2.3 Soil Formation

2.4 Disciplines in Soil Science

2.5 Soil Classifications

2.6 Soil Minerals

2.7 Soil...

57 pages (12572 words) · Inaugural Lectures · 9 months ago
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