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Articles by E.O. Ekanem
Total Records ( 2 ) for E.O. Ekanem
  Harami M. Adamu , E.O. Ekanem and Suleiman Bulama
  The volatile oils from the seed of Nigella sativa were obtained by steam distillation. Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry was used to identify the components. Nine volatile oils were identified and 2-methyl-5(1-methyl ethyl)-Bicyclo[3.1.0]hex-2-ene was the major constituent (62.28%) while alpha-pinene was the minor (2.28%).
  A.C. Etonihu , O. Olajubu , E.O. Ekanem and S.S. Bako
  In this study, Tropical Manihot Selection TMS 30572 fresh cassava samples from Kubwa (in Abuja) and Agbara (in Ogun State) of Nigeria were evaluated for cyanogens using titrimetric method. The variations in the cyanide concentrations from different parts of the plant were significant at p<0.05 and of the order leave> peel> tuber (flesh)> stem. The average cyanide contents, respectively for the Abuja and Agbara samples ranged from 32.85±1.55 ppm to 36.17±11.80 ppm for stems; 50.24±0.18 ppm to 74.38±0.41 ppm for tubers; 74.38±0.41 ppm to 84.96±1.70 ppm for peels and 105.21±0.95 ppm to 118.00±13.70 ppm for leaves.
 
 
 
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