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The Role of Traditional Laws and Taboos in Wildlife Conservation in the Oban Hill Sector of Cross River National Park (CRNP), Nigeria
Abstract Efforts to integrate rural people into biodiversity conservation through community-based conservation programs is an old tradition. These efforts were largely based on economic incentives,Expand
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Local depletion of two larger Duikers in the Oban Hills Region, Nigeria
Across West and Central Africa, duikers are important for trade and consumption; their populations are expected to become depleted. Reliable data on their status are scanty in Nigeria. We assessedExpand
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Tree Slenderness Coefficient and Percent Canopy Cover in Oban Group Forest, Nigeria
Oban Forest health was assessed using tree slenderness coefficient (SC) and percent canopy cover as indicators. Systematic sampling technique was adopted for plot locations in Aking , Ekang , ErokutExpand
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In vitro antisickling activities of two indigenous plant recipes in Ibadan, Nigeria
In view of the prevalence of Sickle Cell Diseases (SDC) in Nigeria and the expensive mode of orthodox management of SCD, two indigenous recipes consisting of six ethnobotanicals used in theExpand
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Seasonal accumulation of anthraquinones in leaves of cultivated Cassia podocarpa Guill et Perr.
  • K. Abo, A. Adeyemi
  • Medicine
  • African journal of medicine and medical sciences
  • 1 June 2002
Seasonal variations and spectrophotometric determination of anthraquinones in cultivated Cassia podocarpa are presented. The study shows that combined anthraquinones are concentrated in the leaves atExpand
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EFFECTIVE INTERCROPPING SYSTEMS FOR YOUNG COCOA
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Distribution and Chemical Composition of Browse Plants of Egbado North Rangeland
Four herds of cattle were used to investigate the distribution and chemical composition of browse plants in Egbado North of Ogun State. The results showed that a wide variety of browse plantsExpand
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Tree structural and species diversities in Okwangwo Forest, Cross River State, Nigeria
For sound forest management decisions, appraisal of flora species and forest structure is crucial for any meaningful conservation work. We assessed tree species distribution in Okwangwo Forest,Expand
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LAXATIVE AND ANTIMICROBIAL PROPERTIES OF CASSIA SPECIES GROWING IN IBADAN
Colorimetric estimation of anthraquinone content, antimicrobial and laxative effects of leaves and pods of Cassia fistula Linn., C. specatabilis DC and C podocarpa Guill. and Perr. are describedExpand
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