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  1. Adoption and Impact of improved Groundnut Seed Varieties Among Groundnut Farmers: Case of Albasu Local Government Area of Kano State, Nigeria
    Hajara Shuaibu
    Nigerian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences. 2018; 26(1): 132-140.
  2. Antibacterial and haematological activity of Moringa oleifera aqueous seed extract in Wistar albino rats
    MS Auwal, AN Tijjani, MA Sadiq, S Saka, IA Mairiga, A Shuaibu, E Adawaren & IA Gulani
    Sokoto Journal of Veterinary Sciences. 2013; 11(1): 28-37.
  3. In vitro Antimicrobial and Antioxidant Studies on N-(2- hydroxylbenzylidene) pyridine –2–amine and its M(II) Complexes
    Umar Sani, Hauwa Usman Na'ibi, Shuaibu Adam Dailami
    Nigerian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences. 2017; 25(1): 81-88.
  4. Sero-prevalence of Brucellosis in One-Humped Camel (Camelus dromedarius) Herds In Yobe State, Nigeria
    Shuaibu Gidado Adamu, Abdulyeken Olawale Tijjani, Nuhu Bala Adamu, Naphtali Nayamanda Atsanda, Shettima Ali, Muhammad Mamman Gashua, Mohammed Sale Jajere, Idris Umar Hambali, Fatima Bukar Mustapha and Charles Simon
    International Journal of Livestock Research. 2014; 4(4): 36-42.
  5. Comparative Effect of Moringa oleifera Seed Meal on Nutrient Digestibility of Finisher Broiler Chickens
    Adamu Abdulkarim, Umar Muhammad Sani, Shuaibu Bala Adamu, Habiba Muhammad Inuwa, Usman Umaru Ahmadu, Khalifa Muhammad Aljameel
    International Journal of Livestock Research. 2018; 8(4): 58-64.
  6. Sero Prevalence of Newcastle Disease Virus in Guinea Fowl in Live Bird Market Sokoto, Nigeria
    Bello Rabiu Alkali, Bello Isyaku Mashi, Manir Usman, Abdulmalik Shuaibu, Abdurrahman Hassan Jibril
    International Journal of Livestock Research. 2018; 8(5): 83-88.



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