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Sci-Afric Journal of Scientific Issues, Research Papers and Essays (ISSN 2311-6188) welcomes submissions of articles from authors seeking opportunities to publish their original and standard research work in a timely frame of one to three weeks in the fields of Engineering, Biological, Physical and Chemical sciences and all interdisciplinary fields of study. Manuscripts should be submitted to the editor as email attachment at: manuscripts@sci-afric.org there is no specific deadline for paper submission. Sci-Afric Journals publishes her issues monthly and if a submission doesn't fit in the current issue it will be considered for the next issue.


 

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The Analysis of Abnormal Precipitation Phenomenon in Screening Crystallization Condition of Recombinant Human Serum Albumin in Pichia Pastoris. [Abstract]

 

Response of grain Amaranth (Amaranthus cruentus L.) to varying levels of organic fertilizer as soil amendment in an Ultisol of Okigwe South Eastern Nigeria. [Abstract]

 

Induction of teratogenesis of freshwater Snail (Biomphalaria alexandrina) using the molluscicide Niclosamide. [Abstract]

 

Study regarding the atmospheric corrosion of iron. [Abstract]

 

Analysis of agribusiness performance of poultry farmers of integrated farmers’ scheme in Akwa Ibom state, Nigeria. [Abstract]

 

Weekly workshop participation helps hypertensive elderly patients adhere to exercise – Analysis of experiences with a focus on health education. [Abstract]

 

An assessment of Renolith on cement-stabilized poor lateritic soils. [Abstract]

 

Severity of Phytophthora leaf infection on some Rubber (Hevea brasiliensis) clones in Nigeria [Abstract]

 

 

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