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Articles by O.A. Babatunde
Total Records ( 2 ) for O.A. Babatunde
  O.A. Babatunde and V.O. Ajibola
  Concentrations of Phosphates (PO43-), Nitrates (NO3-), Sulphates (SO42-), Chlorides (Cl-), soil pH and organic matter were measured along the profile of irrigated agricultural soils collected in Zaria, a town in Northern Nigeria. The result showed that the irrigated factor, agricultural factor and anthropogenic factor all contributed to the relations between selected chemical properties. The results showed that only chlorides seem to intrinsically relate to the soils.
  V.O. Ajibola , O.A. Babatunde and S. Suleiman
  Loss in vitamin C contents of some fruit juices namely, orange, lemon, lime, pineapple, paw-paw and carrot stored under different conditions was investigated. The juice from the fruit samples were extracted, stored at room temperature (29±1°C) in plastic bottles and in the refrigerator (4±1°C) for 4 weeks. The juices were all analysed for their vitamin C content by oxidation and reduction method. Results revealed that the rate at which vitamin C is lost during storage depends on the type of fruit and the storage method employed. The citrus fruits were found to follow a similar pattern of loss, while other fruits differ from this and among themselves. Loss of vitamin C correlated with pH only for pineapple, pawpaw and carrot, however, this cannot be said to be the controlling factor. Bacillus subtilis and Candida sp. were isolated from all the juices under both storage conditions, except for orange juice.
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