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Open the Create Scheduled Transaction dialog box. Click the Create New menu and choose Scheduled Transaction. The Create Scheduled Transaction dialog box appears.
Why do people frequently visit bars and restaurants? The answer is – for two simple reasons, good food and nice ambience. The interior decoration of a bar and restaurant goes a long way to draw customers again and again, so much, that the venue should pay the same attention to the ambience as is given to the quality of the food items and the menu of dishes served.
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Poultry production is a growing business sector worldwide, owing partly to its profitability and partly to being a ready and affordable source of protein requirement for man. A major problem facing poultry is disease, a state of ill health that could lead to death or poor level of performance of the affected poultry. The scope of this paper, therefore, covers the control and management of disease outbreak in poultry, focusing on the tentative diagnosis of an implicated disease through software application. The software developed, called Pathfinder, using Java programming language and MySQL, provides users, e.g. veterinarians and animal health technologists, an easier, quicker and more precise procedure for tentative diagnosis of poultry diseases.
The leaves of Ceiba pentandra (Java), Manihot esculentus (Cassava) and Abelmoschus esculentus (Okra) are consumed as vegetables in Southwestern Nigeria. The proximate and phytochemical composition of these leaves were investigated using standard procedures. Powdered dried leaves of Java, Cassava and Okra were analysed for ash, moisture, fat, fibre, protein, carbohydrate, tannins, flavonoids, phenols and ascorbic acid composition. The percentage composition result values for ash, moisture, fat, fibre, protein and carbohydrate in the leaves ranged from 15.00% - 6.30%, 0.15% - 4.85%, 9.60% - 8.40%, 25.44% - 17.55%, 21.16% - 8.65% and 41.25% - 32.65% respectively. Tannins, flavonoids and phenols composition values ranges were 8.98% - 0.81%, 4.71% - 0.12% and 0.07% - 0.03% respectively while ascorbic acid content ranged from 3.16mg/100g to 2.84mg/100g.
This study involved the investigation of the nutritional composition of Vitellaria paradoxa seed by determining its proximate, vitamin and mineral content, and physicochemical properties of seed oil of Vitellaria paradoxa. The results of the proximate composition analysis showed that the seed contained 2.842% moisture, 4.183% ash, 49.155% fat, 9.30% protein, 12.678% fibre and 21.842% carbohydrate and its energy content was 2348.149kJ/100g. The mineral composition analysis showed that the seed contained 61.70ppm K, 52.00ppm Fe, 30.20ppm Ca, 6.24 ppm Mg, 5.10ppm Na, 0.80ppm Cu, 0.72 ppm Zn, 0.30 ppm Mn, 0.04 ppm Ni, 0.02 ppm Pb,0.0l ppm Cd, and 0.01 ppm Co while its vitamins A and C contents were 15012.09 µg/mg and 189.53 mg/g respectively. The result obtained for physicochemical properties of the seed oil showed 0.895g/cm3 specific gravity, 1.464 refractive index, 4.297mg/g acid value, 68.018mg/g iodine value, 224.4mg/g saponification value and 2.160 mg/g free fatty acid.
Setting up COCC’s e-mail account on an Android phone. 1. Hit the menu button and select settings Or Open up your Apps and look for Settings 2. Select Accounts & sync 3. Select Add Account 4. Select Exchange ActiveSync 5. Enter you COCC e-mail address and your COCC password. Push Next. 6. Fill in the rest of the fields as it follows: Server: Domain: mail2.ad.cocc.edu ad Push Next 7. Select what other items beside Mail you would like to synchronize, such as contacts, calendar, etc. and how often you would like your phone to check for messages. Push will constantly check for new e-mails; however, this may consume some extra energy out of your battery. Every 15 minutes may work fine for you; it will also save you some battery. Push Next. 8. Give the e-mail account a meaningful name in order to differentiate it from your other e-mail accounts, such as COCC, push Finish Setup.
Setting up Exchange on an Android Phone Not all Android devices are identical. If your screen doesn't look like the pictures below, there is likely another option with similar wording. The screenshots below were all taken on a Motorola Droid 2. Before setting up Exchange access on your phone make sure that: You can access owa.wm.edu and can login from a desktop or laptop computer (not on your phone). Your phone is connected to the Internet either via Wi-fi or 3G with a good signal. You can access www.wm.edu in your phone's browser. After verifying that your phone is connected to the web you can begin the setup process. 1. From the home screen find the button that will let you access your phone's list of applications. 2. Select Settings (the programs are in alphabetical order). Note that your application's icons may look different than those in Figure 1 above. Figure 1: The list of applications with Settings selected 3. Select the option labeled Accounts. Some phones refer to this as Accounts & Sync. Figure 3: Options available under Settings 4. Under Accounts choose the option that allows you to add a new account. On some Android phones you may need to press the menu button to see this option. 5. Select the option that allows you to add an Exchange or Corporate Sync account. Figure 2: The accounts management screen Figure 4: Account type options with Corporate Sync selected