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  • Level 1 Asked on August 17, 2016 in Others.

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  • Level 1 Asked on April 8, 2016 in Molecular Biology.

    B.Sc Microbiology projects topics

    Bacteriological examination of idodo river

    Antibacterial activity of sweet orange (citrus sinensis) on staphylococcus aureus and escherichia coli isolated from wound infected

    An epidemology survey for sctristosomiasis among pupils in amagunze community in nkanu local government area in eenugu

    Microbial evaluation of ram milk from a diary farm

    Comparative analysis of microbial load of the main water production and water available to imt campus ii hostel

    Microbial examination of spoilt avocado fruit.

    Evaluaton of current techniques in diagnoses of human immunodaficiency virus (hiv)

    Prevalence study of hepatitis b (australian antigen) among patient in national orthopediae hospital

    The antibacterial activity of three types of medicated soaps on starhyrococcus aureus form would infections

    Gastroenteritis in primary school chidren in metropolis (6-12 yrs)

    The evaluation of microorganisms on garri at ogbete market

    The effect of pesticides dichlorodiphenyl trichloroeyhane (d.d.y) and benzene exachroride (bhc) on the microflora of the three types of soil

    The incidence of salmonella and escherchia coli in livestock (poultry) feeds

    The prevalence of trichomona vaginalis among adults in ‘osumenyi’ in nnewi south local government area anambra state

    The prevalence of streptococcus pneumoniae in pneumonia patients in metropoli (a case study of unth )

    Microobial evaluation of ram milk from a diary farm

    Comparative analysis of microbial load of the enugu main water production and water available to imt campus ii hostel

    Bacheriological examination of idodo river

    Improving sales of supermarket through effective marketing strategy(a case study of some selected supermarket in enugu metropolis)

    The problems of hostel management and accommodation in higher institutions in nigerian

    The effect of pesticides dichlorodiphenyl trichloroeyhane (d.d.y) and benzene hexachroride (bhc) on the microflora of the three types of soil.

    The antibacterial activity of three types of medicated soaps on starhyrococcus aureus form would infections

    Prevalence study of hepatitis b (australian antigen) among patient in national orthopediae hospital enugu

    The incidence of salmonella and escherchia coli in livestock (poultry) feeds

    The evaluation of microorganisms on garri at ogbete market

    The prevalence of streptococcus pneumoniae in pneumonia patients in enugu metropoli . A case study of unth enugu

    Evaluaton of current techniques in diagnoses of human immunodaficiency virus (hiv)

    Gastroenteritis in primary school chidren in enugu metropolis (6-12 yrs)

    Microbial examination of spoilt avocado fruit

    An epidemology survey for sctristosomiasis among pupils in amagunze community in nkanu local government area in eenugu.

    The prevalence of trichomona vaginalis among adults in “osumenyi” in nnewi south local government area anambra state

    Examination of incidence of malaria wefestation caused by differnet species of plasmodium in enugu metropolic. (a case study of parklane hospital enugu)

    The determination of the activities and specificity of enzymes in fermentation of starch – from maize

    Isolatioin and characterisation of bacteria associated with hawked suya- meat (case study of enugu).

    Isolation and characterization of microorganisms from stored pap (ogi)

    Anaemia in pregnancy. (a case study of pregnant women attending antenatal clinic at univeristy of nigeria teaching hospital. (unth, enugu)

    Isolation and identification of bacteria associated with wound sepsis

    Fungal infustation on bakery product dream

    Maize adjunct in sorghum beer brewing

    The inccidence of candidiasis among single and married women of different age group (case study, unth enugu

    Onion is associated with micro-organisms which are capable of causing spoilage.

    Comparative analysis of antimicrobial strength of three most common antibiotics used in enugu. (case study of antibiotics drugs brought in obiagu.)

    Bacterial contaminats associated with commercial poultry feed from three different companies

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  • Level 1 Asked on March 18, 2016 in Basic Microbiology.

     Two-fold serial dilutions

    A two-fold dilution reduces the concentration of a solution by a factor of two that is reduces the original concentration by one half. A series of two-fold dilutions is described as two-fold serial dilutions. In this manual, two-fold serial dilutions are carried out in small volumes in microwell plates. They are used in both the haemagglutination and haemagglutination inhibition tests to establish titres of the test samples.

    A two-fold dilution

    Step 1. Use the micropipette to dispense 25 mL of PBS diluent to the first well.
    Step 2. Use the micropipette to transfer 25 mL of the test solution to the first well.
    Step 3. Use the micropipette to mix by drawing up the liquid and expelling it again. Carry out this action twice.
    Step 4. The well now contains 25 mL of the original test solution diluted by one half in a total volume of 50 mL.

    A two-fold dilution

    Two-fold serial dilutions

    Step 1. Use the micropipette to dispense 25 mL of the PBS diluent to all the wells across a row of a microwell plate.
    Step 2. Use the micropipette to transfer 25 mL of the test solution to the first well and mix. This is the first two-fold dilution.
    Step 3. Use the micropipette with the same tip to carry out a second two-fold dilution.
    Step 4. Continue the series of two-fold dilutions until the second last well of the microwell plate. The last well is used as a control well in the haemagglutination and haemagglutination inhibition tests.
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  • Level 1 Asked on November 27, 2015 in Bacteriology.

    Repeated and improper uses of antibiotics are primary causes of the increase in drug-resistant bacteria. While antibiotics should be used to treat bacterial infections, they are not effective against viral infections like the common cold, most sore throats, and the flu.

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  • Level 1 Asked on November 27, 2015 in Bacteriology.

    a molecule which binds and transports iron in microorganisms.

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  • Level 1 Asked on November 14, 2015 in Immunology.

    An important difference between Tcells andBcells is that Bcells can connect to antigens right on the surface of the invading virus or bacteria. This is different from Tcells, which can only connect to virus antigens on the outside of infected cells.

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  • Level 1 Asked on November 14, 2015 in Basic Microbiology.

    Dear all,
    Viral disease is very harmful because no any treatment. only vaccination have done .but in the case of bacterial disease its is harmless because its curable by antibiotic treatment.

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