FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE

DETERMINATION OF THE MICROBIAL STATUS OF RESERVOIR WATER IN MANAGEMENT CAMPUS OF KENPOLY BORI

CHAPTER ONE 1.1     INTRODUCTION Water is one of the most abundant substances in nature. It is as previously considered to be an element, not until convention proved it to be a compound consisting of hydrogen and oxygen in the ration of 2:1 by volume. Water covers approximately three quarters of the surface but in spite …

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A SURVEY OF WILD MAMMALS OF EGBEDA COMMUNITY EMOHUA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA RIVERS STATE

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Mammals are animals that have backbone. They are vertebrate; all mammals are worm-blooded. They can regulate their body temperature; female mammals produce milks to nourish their young. Almost all mammals give birth to live young (except for the platypus and echidria). Mammals also posses hair some common examples of mammals includes rodents, …

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