Discuss rinderpest disease of livestock under the following heading (a) causal organism (b) transmission (c) symptoms (d) effects and economic importance (e) control

RINDERPEST DISEASE OF LIVESTOCK: Causal organism: the causal organism is virus Transmission: by direct contact or from discharge on beddings and utensils. Symptoms: rise in body temperature, eye and nostril discharge, twitching of the muscle and aching of the back, diarrhea sets in and rough ulcers appear in the mouth and on the tongue Effects …

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Discuss briefly how the following can be used in disseminating new ideas and techniques to farmers in Nigeria (i) mass media (ii) individual method (iii) group method

i. Mass media: this involves reaching many people with extension, messages through publications, bulletins, leaflets, posters, cinema vans, radio, television, internet ii. Individual method: this includes farm and home visits, office calls, telephone calls etc. and involves direct contact between the farmers and the extension agent. iii. Group method: this method which involve a group …

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Discuss the concepts of educational phylosophy and psychology

Introduction When we talk of philosophy of education in ordinary discussion, they often mean the personal view of what the schools should be doing or their own attitude to the educational system. In trying to criticize what they find as faculty in a given system, they refer to their own supposed more adequate philosophy. In …

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EXPLAIN FACTORS AFFECTING FRICTION AND DISCUSS THE ROLE OF FRICTION IN DEALY ACTIVITIES AND SPORTS

Factors Affecting Friction Friction depends partly on the smoothness of the contacting surfaces, a greater force being needed to move two surfaces past one another if they are rough than if they are smooth. However, friction decreases with smoothness only to a degree; friction actually increases between two extremely smooth surfaces because of increased attractive …

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HOW DOES POVERTY AFFECT SOCIAL PRACTICE IN NIGERIA?

POVERTY IN NIGERIA Nigeria has one of the world’s highest economic growth rates, averaging 7.4% according to the Nigeria economic report released in July 2014 by the world bank. poverty may have been overestimated because the country’s economy is now being understood more and more. Poverty still remains significant at 33.1% in Africa’s biggest economy. …

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