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Articles by W.A. Jimoh
Total Records ( 4 ) for W.A. Jimoh
  W.A. Jimoh , M.O. Sodamola , M.D. Adebayo , O.T. Banjo , A.A. Ayeloja and A.B. Adeleke
  This study investigates the histological changes of kidney and liver of Clarias gariepinus fed diets containing Chrysophyllum albidum as maize replacer. Five isonitrogenous diets containing maize which was replaced by Chrysophyllum albidum at a rate of 0, 25, 50, 75 and 100% were made. The diets without Chrysophyllum albidum seedmeal served as the control. The diets were isonitrogenous and isolipidic. Experimental diets were assigned randomly to the tanks and each group of fish was fed 5% body weight in equal proportion per day. The results of this study showed that there was a marked vacuolation of hepatocytes among the treatments after the experiment which is not dietary treatment related. The experiment showed that it is technically feasible to replace maize with Chrysophyllum albidum seedmeal in the diet of Clarias gariepinus without adverse effect on the histology of kidney and liver.
  O.A. Fagbenro , E.O. Adeparusi and W.A. Jimoh
  The apparent digestibility coefficient of raw sunflower (Helianthus annuus) and sesame (Sesamum indicum) seedmeal by Clariid catfish (Clarias gariepinus) fingerlings was evaluated at 15,30 and 45% levels of replacement, respectively using soybean meal based diets as control diet. There was significant difference (p<0.05) in Apparent Organic Matter digestibility (AOMD), Apparent Protein Digestibility (APD), Apparent Energy Digestibility (AED) Apparent Carbohydrate Digestibility (ACD) between the fish fed control diet and the fish fed test diets. However, there was no significant difference (p>0.05) in apparent lipid and fibre digestibilities of fish fed control diet and test diets RSF15 and RSM15.
  O.A. Fagbenro , E.O. Adeparusi and W.A. Jimoh
  Haematological changes in Clarias gariepinus fed the diets containing raw sunflower and sesame seed meal substituting soybean meal was evaluated in a seventy day feeding trial. Seven isonitrogeneous and isocaloric diets containing sunflower and sesame seed meal replacing soybean meal at a rate of 15, 30 and 45% were prepared. A diet without replacement of soybean meal served as control. The result of fish fed test diets showed significant (p<0.05) difference over the fish fed control diet with respect to PCV and Mean Corpuscular Volume (MCV). Fish fed control diet had the lowest Hb, PCV, WBC, RBC, MCV, MCHC and ESR. There was no significant difference (p>0.05) in the fish fed control diet and test diets with respect to MCH, MCHC and ESR. Hence, it can be concluded that the haematological parameter of Clarias gariepinus is not significantly (p>0.05) changed with increase dietary inclusion of raw sunflower and sesame seed meal.
  W.A. Jimoh , F.O. Ajasin , M.D. Adebayo , O.T. Banjo , A.O. Rifhat and K.D. Olawepo
  This study was conducted to investigate haematological changes in the blood of Clarias gariepinus fed diets containing Chrysophyllum albidum seedmeal replacing maize. Five isonitrogenous diets containing maize, which was replaced by Chrysophylum albidum at a rate of 0, 25, 50, 75 and 100% were made. The diet without Chrysophylum albidum seedmeal served as the control. Experimental diets were assigned randomly to the tanks and each group of fish was fed 5% body weight in equal proportion per day. The fish fed diet 1 had the highest PCV while the fish fed diet 3 had the lowest PCV. There was significant difference (p<0.05) in the PCV of the fish fed various dietary treatments. However, there was no significant difference (p>0.05) in the PCV of the fish fed diet 2, 3, 4 and 5. A similar trend, as observed for PCV, was also observed for Hb, RBC, MCV, MCH and MCHC. There was no significant difference (p>0.05) in the WBC of the blood of the fish fed various dietary treatments so there were also neutrophyls and lymphocytes.
 
 
 
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