For traders at NMP, Apata
, majority of the selected traders were between 31 and 40 years (35.5%), males (77.8%) with secondary (38.7%) and tertiary education (38.7%), married (67.7%), Christians (48.4%), and natives of Oyo state (51.6%).
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serves as an engineer planner in the USAREUR Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, Engineer.
Finally, there is the article by Temidayo Gabriel Apata
, who raises the issues of the efficiency of management in small farms and entrepreneurship process strategy, pointing to the need to identify training needs in agricultural entrepreneurship.
However, bacterial resistance in humans has been related to abusive use of these additives in animal diets (Apata
, MD [1,2], Francisco Averhoff, MD , John Pitman, MS, MPH , Adam Bjork, PhD , Junping Yu , Noryati Abu Amin, MBBCh, MD , Neelam Dhingra, MBBS, MD , Amy Kolwaite, MS, MPH , Anthony Marfin, MD  (Authors affiliations at end of text)
They fear Aderonke Apata
, who arrived in Britain in 2004 to seek asylum, could be killed if she is forced to return to her home country.
At the discussion, chaired by Ambassador Segun Apata
, participants also heard that between 1970 and 2008, an estimated US$ 900 billion of IFF took place in Africa.
Climate is the primary determinant of agricultural production and productivity (Apata
, et al., 2009; Smith and Skinner, 2002).
The findings of present study about HI are in close agreement with the study of Apata
(2008) who reported that antibody titer against Newcastle disease vaccine showed a curvilinear response in broilers over the range of Lactobacillus concentrations examined.