2017 Publications

  1. Nwinyi, O. C., Olawore Y. A (2017). Biostimulation of spent engine oil contaminated soil using Ananas comosus and Solanum tuberosum peels. Environmental Technology and Innovation 8: 373-388.
  2. Nwinyi O.C., Owolabi T. A (2017) Scanning electron Microscopy and Fourier transmission
    analysis of polyhydroxyalkanotes isolated from bacteria species from Abbaitor in Ota, Nigeria
    Journal of King Saud University Science published online. click here to view: https://ac.els-cdn.com/S1018364717301398/1-s2.0-S1018364717301398-main.pdf?_tid=fcff7696-c9f7-11e7-b816-00000aacb362&acdnat=1510745440_325f8c50c8097b91699de4fe63eac7c0
  3. Nwinyi O.C., Amund O.O (2017) Biodegradation of selected polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
    by axenic bacterial species belonging to the genera Lysinibacillus and Paenibacillus. Iranian Journal of Science and Technology 41(3): 577-587. click here to view: https://ir.unilag.edu.ng/jspui/bitstream/123456789/2172/1/Biodegradation%20of%20Selected%20Polycyclic%20Aromatic%20Hydrocarbons%20by%20Axenic%20Bacterial%20Species%20Belonging%20to%20the%20Genera%20Lysinibacillus%20and%20Paenibacillus.pdf
  4. Ifeoluwa Adekoya, Adewale Obadina, Judith Phoku, Obinna Nwinyi, Patrick Njobeh (2017)
    Contamination of fermented foods in Nigeria with fungi. Food Science and Technology 86: 76-84. click here to view: https://ac.els-cdn.com/S0023643817305236/1-s2.0-S0023643817305236-main.pdf?_tid=7ad379b0-c9f7-11e7-a9ea-00000aab0f26&acdnat=1510745221_c742b7a58a8c2647520a688a7626fa52
  5. Ajanaku K. O, Ademosun O. T, Siyanbola T. O, Akinsiku A. A, Ajanaku C. O, Nwinyi O. C.
    (2017) Improving Nutritive Value of Maize-Ogi as Weaning Food Using Wheat Offal. Current
    Research in Nutrition and Food Science 5(3). click here to view: http://www.foodandnutritionjournal.org/volume5number3/improving-nutritive-value-of-maize-ogi-as-weaning-food-using-wheat-offal/
  6. Nwinyi, Obinna C, Smith, Oluwakemi O , Olugbuyiro, Joseph A., Rotimi Solomon O,
    Njobeh, Patrick B (2017) Antibacterial assay and reversion of carbon tetrachloride (ccl4)
    induced liver damage on wistar mice by vernonia amygdalina published online (Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical sciences)
  7. Adebo, O. A., Njobeh, P. B., Gbashi, S., Nwinyi, O. C., Mavumengwana, V (2017) Review on
    microbial degradation of aflatoxins Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 57: 15 3208-3217. click here to view: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10408398.2015.1106440?journalCode=bfsn20
  8. Nwinyi, O.C, Ebojie O , Adesina T, Oniha M, Olopade B (2017) Antibiotic resistance
    patterns of bacteria species isolated from ice- cream vended in Ota and Lagos metropolis.
    Research Journal of Microbiology 12(1) 50-57. click here to view: http://scialert.net/qredirect.php?doi=jm.2017.50.57&linkid=pdf
  9. Nwinyi,O.C Amund O.O. Nwodo S.N, Nwankwo M.C, (2017) Physiological behavior of
    newly isolated Bacterium CB1 and Stenotrophomonas maltophilia strain CB2 on Chrysene,
    Pyrene, Naphthalene and Fluoranthene Romanian Biotechnological Letters, 22(2): 12409- 12418. click here to view: https://www.rombio.eu/vol22nr2/—-14_Revised%20RBL%2010367.pdf
  10. Nwinyi, O.C Ajomiwe C Olawore, Yemisi A (2017) Morphological and Biochemical
    Characterization of Bio-surfactants Producing Bacteria from Diesel Contaminated Soil
    International Journal of Agriculture and Biology published online. click here to view: http://www.fspublishers.org/Accepted_Papers/92949_..pdf
  1. Popoola J.O., Adebayo, A.E. Adegbite, A.C. Omonhinmin and B.D. Adewale (2017). Fruit Morphometric and RAPD Intraspecific variability in African Yam Bean (Sphenostylis stenocarpaHochst. ex. A. Rich. Harms). Annual Research and Review in Biology 14(4): 1-10, 2017. Article no. ARRB.34264. ISSN:2347-566X, NLM ID:10.101632868. click here to view: http://www.journalrepository.org/media/journals/ARRB_32/2017/Jul/Popoola1442017ARRB34264.pdf
  2. Popoola J.O., Bello O. A, Olugbuyiro J.A and Obembe O.O (2017). Simple Sequence Repeat (SSR) analysis of Genetic Intraspecific Variability Relationships of Moringa oleifera Populations From Nigeria. Sci. Int. (Lahore), 29(3), 645 – 657.
  3. Popoola Jacob.O., Adebambo A., Agre Paterne A, Ejoh S.A., Adegbite E.A and Omonhinmi C.A (2017). Morphological diversity and Chromosome studies in some accessions of Vigna vexillataAnnual Research and Review in Biology X(X): XX-XX, 2017; Article no.ARRB.36173. ISSN: 2347-565X, NLM ID: 101632869.
  4. Popoola J.O. and Omonhinmin C. A. (2017). Genetic variation, Eco-geographical Pattern of Spread of Moringa oleifera in Nigeria Based on AFLP Data. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution (Under review).
  5. Obembe O. Bello O.A., Aworunse O.O., Popoola J.O. (2017). In vitro multiple shoots formation in wild lettuce (Launaea taraxacifolia) (Willd.) Amin ex C. Jeffrey. Annual Research and Review in Biology XX(X): X-XX, 2017. Article no.2017/ARRB.36212. ISSN:2347-566X, NLM ID:
  6. Popoola J. Adekunle Adedoyin, Bilewu Yemi, Ogunlana O.O. Omonhinmin A.C. and Egwari L.O. (2017). Protein profiling and RAPD Analysis in some accessions of Cassava Leaves. AJBS (In Press).
  7. Popoola J. 2017. Economic botany: Impact, challenges and the Nigeria Economy: A review (In Press).
  8. Chinedu S.N, Emiloju O. C., Iheagwam F. N., Rotimi S.O., and Popoola J.O. (2017). Phylogenetic Relationship and Genetic Variation among Thaumatococcus daniellii and Megaphrynium macrostachyum Ecotypes in Southwest Nigeria. Asian Journal of Plant Science XXX.XXX2017.
  9. Popoola J.O., Adeloye D. and Obembe O.O. (2017). Systematic Review of Pharmacological and Safety Properties of Moringa oleifera in Nigeria (Under Review)
  • Dr. Isibor Patrick Omoregie

  1. Isibor, P. O. (2017). Oxidative stress biomarkers in Clarias gariepinus (Burchel, 1822) exposed to Microcystin-LR. Beni-Suef University Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences. 6: 69- 76. click here to view: https://ac.els-cdn.com/S2314853517300355/1-s2.0-S2314853517300355-main.pdf?_tid=67a32248-c9f0-11e7-ac78-00000aacb360&acdnat=1510742182_256d04e1424200b0b8909f9d87ce6da6
  2. Isibor, P. O. (2017). Abiotic Ecology of Palaemonid Shrimps. Lambert Academic Publishing, OmniScriptum GmbH & Co. KG Bahnhof straße 28, 66111 Saarbrücken, Germany. ISBN: 978-3-330-04726-6. Pp 59. click here to view: https://www.lap-publishing.com/catalog/details//store/gb/book/978-3-330-04726-6/abiotic-ecology-of-palaemonid-shrimps
  3. Isibor, P. O. (2017). Haematology of Clarias gariepinus of exposed to Microcystin-LR. Beni-Seuf University Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences. click here to view: https://ac.els-cdn.com/S2314853517300355/1-s2.0-S2314853517300355-main.pdf?_tid=2601594e-c9f1-11e7-a93c-00000aacb360&acdnat=1510742502_58b86c1709ca5c020673a446c0f76610
  4. Isibor, P. O. and Imoobe, T. O. T. (2017). Trace Metals in Water, Bottom Sediment, Shrimp and Dependent Human Blood in Ukwuani Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria. Asian Journal of Environment and Ecology. 2(3): 1- 16. click here to view: http://www.journalrepository.org/media/journals/AJEE_52/2017/Apr/Isibor232017AJEE31978.pdf
  5. Isibor, P. O. (2017). Heavy Metals, Nutrients, Total Hydrocarbons and Zooplankton Community Structure of Osse River, Edo State, Nigeria. Jordan Journal of Biological Sciences. 10 (2): 109- 116. click here to view: http://jjbs.hu.edu.jo/files/vol10n2/Article%20number%208.pdf
  6. Oluowo, E. F., Olomukoro J. O., and Isibor, P. O. (2017). Effect of Climate Change through Temperature Increase on Heavy Metals Concentrations in Water and Sediment of Ekpan Creek, Delta State, Nigeria. Advances in Research. 10(5): 1-16. click here to view: http://www.journalrepository.org/media/journals/AIR_31/2017/Jul/Freeman1052017AIR34754.pdf
  7. Isibor, P. O. and Imoobe, T. O. T. (2017). Comparative Analysis of Contaminability between Clarias gariepinus and Tilapia mariae. Annual Research and Review in Biology. 16(5): 1-14. click here to view: http://www.journalrepository.org/media/journals/ARRB_32/2017/Sep/Omoregie1652017ARRB34920.pdf 
  8. Isibor, P. O., Igbinovia, J. O., Aworunse, O. S., Taiwo O, S. and Ige, O. J. (2017). Application of Antioxidant Enzymes as Biomarkers in Cultivability Assessment of Palaemonid Shrimps. Annual Research and Review in Biology. 16(6): 1-18. click here to view: http://www.journalrepository.org/media/journals/ARRB_32/2017/Sep/Omoregie1662017ARRB34960_.pdf


E.E.J. Iweala, F. Liu,R. Cheng,Y. Li,C.A Omonhinmin, and Y.J. Zhang (2015). Anti-Cancer and Free Radical Scavenging Activity of Some Nigerian Food Plants In vitro. International Journal of Cancer Research 11(1): 41-51.

Rotimi SO, Ojo DA, Talabi OA, Ugbaja RN, Balogun EA and Ademuyiwa O (2015). Amoxillin- and pefloxacin-induced cholesterogenesis and phospholipidosis in rat tissues. Lipids in Health and Disease. 14:13

Siyanbola TO, James OO, Gurunathan T, Sasidhar K, Ajanaku KO, Ogunniran KO, Adekoya JA, Olasehinde GI, Ajayi AA, Olaofe O, Akintayo ET and Raju KVSN (2015).  Synthesis, characterization and antimicrobial evaluation of polyesteramide resin from moringa oleifera seed oil (moso) for surface coating application.  Canadian Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences 9(1): 3229-3240. www.cjpas.net

E.E.J Iweala and J.O. Ogidigo (2015). Effect of Celosia argentea f. cristata (L.) Schinz. on Prostate Specific Antigen, Antioxidant status and hematological parameters in Rats induced with Benign Prostate Hyperplasia. Asian Journal Of Biochemistry 10 (1): 42-51 Doi: 10.3923/ajb.2015.42.51. Available at: http://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=ajb.2015.42.51 

Afolabi, IS, Bisi-Adeniyi, TD, Adedoyin, TR, Rotimi, SO (2015). Radiations and Degradation Techniques for Detoxifying Carica papaya Seed Oil for Effective Dietary and Industrial Use. Journal of Food Science and Technology, DO1: 10.1007/s13197-014-1698-7.

ORANUSI US and Obuekwe, CA (2015). Assessment of microbiological quality of Bambara groundnut pudding (RTEF) sold in Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria.  International Journal of Comprehensive Research in Biological Sciences 4(2): 35-40

ORANUSI S., Okereke IJ., Wesley B. and Okorondu IS (2015). Evaluation of Microbial and Nutritional Qualities of Aniga and Epiti Moin Moin: Prestige Foods of South Eastern Nigeria. American Journal of Life Science Researches 3(1): 43-55