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ESTHER O. OLADELE

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Name: Dr. (Mrs) ESTHER  O. OLADELE

Title/ Current Status: Lecturer II

Unit: Biology

Telephone:  08054317299

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Academic Qualifications: B.Sc.Ed.(Ilorin), M.Sc. (Lagos),Ph.D. (Lagos)

Area of Specialization: Environmental Biology, Genetics, Pollution Management and Control

Publications:

1. Oladele, E.O., Odeigah P.G.C. and Yahaya T. (2011):Toxic effects of three

Industrial Effluents on the growth and development of Vigna   unguiculata (L) walp. Journal of Biological Sciences. 11: (4):320-325

2. Yahaya, T., Okpuzor J. and Oladele E.O. (2011): Investigation of Toxicity of Detergents. Journal of Environmental Science and Technology. 4: (6): 638-645.

3. Yahaya, T., Okpuzor J. and Oladele E. O. (2011): Investigation of  Cytotoxicity and Mutagenicity of Cement Dust using Allium cepa Test. Research Journal of Mutagenesis. 1994-7917/DOI:10.3923

4. Oladele, E.O., Odeigah P.G.C. and Taiwo, I.A. (2013): Genotoxic effect of lead and zinc on Bambara groundnut ( Vigna   subterranean). African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology. 7: (1): 9-13.

5. Oladele E.O., Odeigah P.G.C. and Yahaya T. (2013): Heamatotoxicity of Paint effluent on swiss Albino mice. The Pacific Journal of Science and Technology 14: (2): 397-404. 

6. Yahaya, T., Okpuzor J.and Oladele E.O. (2013).The Bioprotective Efficacy of Hibiscus sabdariffa (Roselle), Moringa oleifera (Moringa) zingiber officinale (Ginger) and Telfariria occidentalis ((Ugwu) in the livers and Kidneys of Rattus norvegicus (Albino rats) exposed to cement dust. IOSR Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology. 7: (1): 24-30.

7. Oladele, E.O., Odeigah P.G.C. Taiwo, I.A. and T. Yahaya, (2014): The Genotoxic effect of lead and zinc on on Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) and Maize ( Zea mays) Ife Journal of  Science. 16: (1): 143-148.

 

 

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