PERSONAL PROFILE
OJO, Victoria
Status: Lecturer I
Mobile Phone: 08052458223
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Department: Animal Production

 

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
(With Dates and Granted Bodies):
SSSCE West African Examination Council
B.Agric University of Ilorin
M.Sc. University of Ilorin
Ph.D University of Ilorin

 

Victoria OJO profile

 


His Publications are:

  1. S. A. Bolu, V. Ojo, B. A. Oyeleke, A.O. Ajiboye, A.Baa Sambo and O. Oluyemi (2009) "Response of Broiler Chicks to Graded Levels of Alphamune G. Supplementation"   International Journal of Poultry Science. 8(1):32-34.Publisher: Asian Network for Scientific Information.
  2. S. A. Bolu, V. Ojo, O. Oluyemi, O. I. Babawale and O. A. Awodele (2009) "Effect of Graded Level of Alphamune G on Performance, Blood Chemistry and Histology of Cockerel Chicks"  International Journal of Poultry Science. 8(4): 394-400. Publisher: Asian Network for Scientific Information.
  3. O. E. Ayinde1, V. Ojo2, A.A. Adeyina2 and Adesoye1 (2010) "Economics of Using Cocoa Bean Shell as Feed Supplement for Rabbits" Pakistan Journal of Nutrition 9 (2): 195-197  Available online at: http://www.pjbs.org/pjnonline/index.htm. Publisher: Asian Network for Scientific Information.
  4. S. B. Bolu, O.A. Olatunde and V. Ojo (2010) "Effect of Dietary Intervention on the Performance and Biochemical Indices of Chicken Broilers Challenceged With Aspergillus Flavus"  Challenged with Aspergillus flavus. Research Opinions in Animal and Veterinary Sciences. 1(5, 292-296.
  5. Ojo, V.,Ayorinde, K.L.and Fatoki, H.O. (2011): "Relationship between Body weight and some Egg Production Traits in the Japanese quail"  (Cortunix cortunix japonica) NISEB Journal. 11(2): 89 – 94. Published by Klobex Academic Publishers Ilorin.
  6. Adeyina, A.O., Adeyemi, M. J., Ojo, V., Alli, O. I. and Annongu, A. A. (2011): "Effect of Human Menopausal Gonadotropin and Photoperiod on Laying Pattern and Haematological indices in Japanese quail" (Cortunix japonica) NISEB Journal. 11(2): 85–88. Published by Klobex Academic Publishers Ilorin.
  7. Fayeye, T. R., K. L. Ayorinde, V. Ojo and O. M. Adesina (2006): "Frequency and Influence of some Major Genes on Body Weight and Body Size Parameters of Nigerian Local Chickens."  Livestock Research for rural Development. 18(3):1-8. Available online at: http://www.cipav.org.co/lrrd/lrrd18/3/faye18037.htm. Publisher:  Centro parala Investigacion en Sistemas Sostenibles de Produccion Agropecuaria, Cali, Colombia.
  8. Ojo V. and K.L. Ayorinde (2011): "Effect of Divergent selection for 35th day body weight on growth in Japanese quail."  Proceedings 36th Annual Conference of Nigerian Society for Animal Production. A. A. Adeniji, E. A. Olatunji and E. S. Gana (eds.) 22 - 24. Published by NSAP.
  9. Ojo V. and K.L. Ayorinde (2009): "Egg Production Pattern of Japanese Quail Selected Divergently for 35-day Bodyweight."  Proceedings 33rd Annual Conference of Genetic Society of Nigeria (GSN). J.A. Morakinyo, G. Olaoye, M.A. Belewu, & T.R. Fayeye (eds.) 178-181. Published by GSN.