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To provide authors from the developing world an easy way to publish and promote their works and to provide readers with access to the best research articles, organized and archived for easy accessibility

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To publish the most exciting research articles in all fields of human endeavour without financial, legal or technical barriers. All the journals from this organization will be freely distributed and available from multiple websites

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Recently Published Articles

Original Research ArticleEffect of processing on hemagglutinin activity of lectin extract from selected green vegetables (Vernonia amygdalina, Gnetum africanum, Petrocarpus soyauxil and Telifera occidentalis)*Obeta N.A., Ugwuona F. U and Edward Q.A.View Abstract Full Article - PDF Download FullText pp. 011-017 (578 KB)African Journal of Food Science Research
Original Research ArticleA study of the detection of Salmonella heidelberg in some Egyptian foodsSedki HegazyView Abstract Full Article - PDF Download FullText pp. 001-010 (353 KB)African Journal of Food Science Research
Original Research ArticleClinical diagnostic indices of obese patients*Obimba, Kelechukwu Clarence, Ozougwu, Jevas Chibuike, Emejulu Ada A, and Ihedimbu, Perpetua ChiamakaView Abstract Full Article - PDF Download FullText pp. 332-339 (581 KB)International Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences
Original Research ArticleProximate and chemical composition of shea (Vitellaria paradoxa C.F. Gaertn) fruit pulp in the Guinea Savanna of NigeriaOkolosi B. N*, F. O. Brorhie, Akpan S. W and Ojugho C. BridgetView Abstract Full Article - PDF Download FullText pp. 167-171 (274 KB)African Journal of Plant Breeding
Original Research ArticleA study of the effect of variety and spacing on in sect pest infestations and growth of Amaranthus (Amaranthus spp.) in Alau Dam, Maiduguri, NigeriaOleleji G. Bernald* and Kennedy N. JView Abstract Full Article - PDF Download FullText pp. 285-288 (233 KB)African Journal of Agronomy
Original Research ArticleSeed protein content variation in cowpea genotypesUbini A. Richard*, Idegba C. M., Isaac I. E., Ileleji Alfred and Bozeinghien H.View Abstract Full Article - PDF Download FullText pp. 143-147 (242 KB)African Journal of Plant Breeding
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