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  1. Maternal Exercise Participation and Neonatal Birth Outcome in Nigerian Women
    Jovita A. Daniel, Anthonia A. Udoaku, Edith I. Nwaogu, Sandra C. O koli, Nzeribe E.A
    International Journal of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences (IJHRS). 2019; 8(4): 156-163.
  2. Exposure to Domestic Violence as a correlate of Pupils’ Achievement in Basic Science in Enugu State: Implications for Educational Evaluators
    Emmanuel C. Okenyi (Ph.D), Anthonia N. Ngwoke (Ph.D), Christian S. Ugwuanyi (Ph.D)
    Journal of Critical Reviews. 2021; 8(2): 414-421.
  3. The effect of Justicia insularis ethanol leaf extract on haematological parameters in Phenylhydrazine-induced anaemic Wistar rats
    Okorie Anthonia U, Akuodor GC, Aja DOJ, Akpan JL, Chilaka Jane U, Ezeokpo BC, Obiora Eucharia O
    Journal of Complementary Medicine Research. 2020; 11(1): 109-116.
  4. Effects of free radicals and antioxidants on exercise performance
    Sikiru Lamina, Charles I. Ezema, Anele I. Theresa, Ezugwu U. Anthonia
    Oxidants and Antioxidants in Medical Science. 2013; 2(2): 83-91.
  5. Effects of Source and Time of Harvest on the Proximate Composition of Maggot (Musca Domestica) Larva Meal
    Anthonia Ijeoma Ukanwoko, Olawale Abayomi Olalekan
    International Journal of Livestock Research. 2015; 5(7): 84-90.

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