Editor Papa Research January 25, 2020

Less than 200 cases of para-testicular liposarcoma (PTL) have been reported. PTL may present with painless or painful intra-scrotal or inguinoscrotal mass of long duration or recent onset but the most common presentation is a painless mass. Para-testicular liposarcomas does mimic various common intra-scrotal and inguinoscrotal masses, some of which include: inguinal hernia, lipoma, fibroma, […]

Editor Papa Research January 25, 2020

Studies of dumpsites have revealed that the surrounding soils and water are contaminated with high threshold of heavy metals through anthropogenic inputs. In this review, the uptake and toxicity risks of these heavy metals by habitual edible plants at levels above threshold limit and the implications for public health have been discussed. Edible plants are […]

Editor Papa Research January 25, 2020

Plant genetic resources are the biological basis of global food security. Agricultural diversity and genetic resources should be used more effectively to sustain the current level of food production and to solve future problems. The importance of plant genetic resources in the improvement of varieties with new features is indisputably known. The most effective use […]

Editor Papa Research January 25, 2020

There were factors affecting erosion such as climate, soil type, vegetation and topography. Upland areas were denuding exponentially due to the fact that those people looking for livelihood had little concern and awareness on environmental sustainability and management. Upland farming practices that was easy like weeding, pest control and fertilization were often carried out without […]

Editor Papa Research January 25, 2020

Plant assemblage organization along physical environmental gradients remains a central issue of community on local, regional or continental scales. Mount Oku, commonly known as KilumIjim, situated at the North-west Cameroon has the most important remnant of Afromontane forest in Central Africa. These forests are recognized as a globally important center of endemism and a hotspot […]

Editor Papa Research January 25, 2020

Aims: Evaluate whether mechanical damage and storage conditions affect the quality of the ‘Markies’ potato for processing. Study Design: The experimental design was the completely randomized, in the scheme of splitplots. The plots were composed of treatments with and without mechanical damage and the subplots were made up by the evaluation times, with 5 replicates, […]

Editor Papa Research January 25, 2020

Aims: This study characterized biochemical compound variability that influence green bean quality in C. canephora as a basis for identifying heterogeneous genotypes for use in crop improvement because genetic erosion aided by climate change effects is gradually threatening the cultivation of Ugandan Robusta coffee (Coffea canephora) local races. Study Design: Four hundred and fifty four […]

Editor Papa Research January 25, 2020

Saline groundwater occurs in the Karha River basin area. Groundwater is one of the major resource for the peoples of River area for domestic and agricultural purpose. The groundwater samples from study area were collected in the period of post-monsoon (POM) and pre-monsoon (PRM) seasons. The various physico-chemical parameters such as pH, Electrical conductivity, Ca2+, […]

Editor Papa Research January 25, 2020

Aim: The aim of this work was to explore the nutrients, minerals, beta-carotene and total carotenoid contents of five sweet potato varieties viz., Agric orange flesh, Agric white, Red skin, Orange flesh and T.U. purple and present the findings in a language that the average reader can understand. This will help consumers to appreciate what […]

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