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Scirj Volume III, Issue III, March 2015 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th March 2015
Full Paper available from: 25th March 2015


Proximate and Mineral Composition of Synsepalum Dulcificum Seed
Olaitan J. Jeremiah, Olapade R. Ilesanmi, Morakinyo M. Ige

Abstract: In this study, the proximate analysis of Synsepalum dulcificum seed was investigated and results showed that it has moisture content (38.08%), crude protein (19.47%), crude fat (11.94%), total carbohydrate (29.08%), crude fibre (0.66%) and ash (1.43%). The mineral content was also determined. It contains 569.500 ± 2.820, 72.170 ± 5.340, 25.000 ± 0.000 and 17.630 ± 0.390 mg/100 g of Potassium, Calcium, Sodium and Magnesium respectively. Other mineral elements found (in mg/ 100 g) were Iron (3.050 ± 0.490), Zinc (2.710 ± 0.009), Copper (2.420 ± 0.008), Manganese (2.380 ± 0.004), Nickel (0.240 ± 0.028) and Cadmium (0.013 ± 0.002).
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Analysis of the Constitutional Court Decision on a Simultaneous Election in Indonesia
Zainal Arifin Hoesein

Abstract: The recent plan to organize a simultaneous election has resulted pro and cons arguments in Indonesia. The reason is simply because the constitutional court decision that was issued in the act No. 14 / PUU-XI / 2013 on a simultaneous election has not given satisfied explanation toward how the simultaneous election should be conducted and what the legal basis that should be used to support such simultaneous election. This paper aims at discussing the technical aspects that should be provided to implement a simultaneous election and examines political dynamics at the parliament level in formulating the above constitutional court decision on simultaneous election. Throughout this paper, the data used were collected from interview with resource persons and from the literature as well. The study found that the decision made by the constitution court has been in line with the national constitution. However, the detail explanation of the importance of simultaneous election in the constitution was far from clear. The study suggests that if the simultaneous election will be conducted in the year 2019, there are many things that need to be prepared.
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Young Adult Women's intention regarding breast and cervical cancer screening in Beni-Suef
Ass. Pr. Shereen Ahmed A Qalawa , Dr. Abeer Mohammed E. Eldeeb, Dr. Hanan Elzeblawy Hassan

Abstract: The present study was carried to investigate Women's intention regarding breast and cervical cancer screening in Beni-Suef City. Subject and methods: A descriptive study was carried out on 223 women who are admitted gynecological and obstetric inpatient wards & attending outpatient clinics at (University and general Hospital) and health care centers in Beni - Suef City during four months from the starting of data collection. Results: The study revealed a highly significant relation between total score of women's knowledge regarding cervical cancer and breast cancer with education level, occupation and setting (p ≤ 0.05). Also there is a statistically significant relation between women’s intentions to be screened for cervical cancer with cervical cancer data. Additionally, most women appear to obtain information through the mass media. Conclusion: Based on the results of present study we can concluded that there are women lacked of critical knowledge needed to understand their gynecologic cancer risk , screening methods as Breast self examination , Pap tests as well as risk factors and symptoms associated with various gynecologic cancers.
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Profitability Assessment and Determinants of Sheep Production in Gombe Metropolis, Gombe State, Nigeria
Hamidu, K

Abstract: The studies examine the profitability assessment and determinant of sheep production in Gombe metropolis, Gombe State Nigeria. Primary data were collected from fifty sheep producers using questionnaire and examined using gross margin and regression analysis. The result revealed a gross margin of (N12,724.38), return per Naira invested of the 4.11 and the operating ratio was 0.243. this indicated that the business is profitable. The regression analysis revealed that house hold size; educational status; feeding were significant at P≤ 0. 10 and medication was significant at P≤ 0.05 in influencing sheep production in the study area.
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