ABSTRACTThe number of animals used in research has increased with the advancement of research anddevelopment in recent time. The pain, distress and death experienced by these animals duringscientific experiments have been a debating issue for a longtime. Argument is that being alive,animals have the rights against pain and distress and hence, their use for experimentation is unethicaland must be stopped. Besides the major concern of ethics...
study, proximate and mineral compositions of Macrobrachium macrobrachion, was conducted to evaluate the
nutritive quality of the prawn. Thirteen samples of Macrobrachium macrobrachion were procured from prawn mongers at
Igbokoda in Ondo State, and were identified using Identification sheet by FAO
and Powell. Prawn samples were prepared for analysis: smoke-dried, separated
into whole body, flesh (edible portion) and waste, and weighed. The flesh were
ground into fine powder ...