ADEBISI O.O                                                 CURRICULUM VITAE

  1. Igunnugbemi, O.O., Eniola K.I.T., Olayemi A.B., Awe S. and Olowe A.O. (2004): Regrowth of bacteria in dechlorinated piped water. Nigerian Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences. 19; 1597–1601, Published by the Faculty of Science, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria.
  2. Igunnugbemi O.O.& Olayemi A.B. (2007): Bench-test evaluation of biostimulation techniques for the remediation of diesel oil-contamination. Nigerian Journal of Microbiology. 21; 1567-1572, Published by the Nigerian Society for Microbiology (NSM), Nigeria. ISSN 0794-1293.
  3. Isola-Kayode, T.M., Eniola, K.I.T., Olayemi A.B. &IgunnugbemiO.O. (2008): Response of resident bacteria of a crude oil-polluted river to diesel oil. American-Eurasian Journal of Agronomy. 1(1); 06–09, Published by International Digital Organisation for Scientific Information (IDOSI) Publications, Dubai, UAE. ISSN 1995-8986. Available online at http://www.idosi.org/aeja/1(1)08/2.pdf
  4. Ahmed, R.N., Sani A. &Igunnugbemi O.O. (2009): Antifungal profiles of extracts of Vitellariaparadoxa (Shea butter) bark.Ethnobotanical Leaflets. 13; 679–688, Published by Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, USA. ISSN 1948-3570. Available online at http://www.ethnoleaflets.com/leaflets/ahmedsig.htm.
  5. Igunnugbemi, O.O. & Eniola K.I.T. (2010). Biodegradation of two Nigerian crude oils by four-membered consortium of hydrocarbonoclastic bacteria. World Applied Sciences Journal. 9(6); 644-648, Published by International Digital Organisation for Scientific Information (IDOSI) Publications, Dubai, UAE. ISSN 1818-4952, e-ISSN 1991-6426. Available online at http://www.idosi.org/wasj/wasj9(6)/9.pdf
  6. Iyiola, O.A, Igunnugbemi O.O., Raheem U.A., &Anifowoshe A.T. (2011). Gene frequencies of ABO and Rh(D) blood group alleles in Ilorin, North-Central Nigeria. World Journal of Biological Research. 4(1); 6–14, Published by Ivorian Society for the Promotion of Sciences (ISPROMS). ISSN 1994-5108. Available online at http://www.interscholar.org/wjbr/4-1/iyiola.pdf
  7. Iyiola, O.A, Igunnugbemi O.O.&Bello O.G. (2012): Gene frequencies of ABO and Rh(D) blood group alleles in Lagos, South-West Nigeria. The Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics. 13(2); 147–153, Published by Ain Shams University, Egypt; production and hosting by Elsevier B.V. e-ISSN 1110-8630. Available online at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1110863011000796. doi: 10.1016/j.ejmhg.2011.08.006
  8. Obuekwe I.S. & Adebisi O.O.: Impact of phenanthrene and zinc or copper on microbial utilisation of 14C-glucose in soil. Nigerian Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences.  Published by Faculty of Science, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria (Letter of Acceptance dated 18/06/2014).
  9. Adebisi, O.O. & K.T. Semple.: Short-term microbial turnover of labile carbon in diesel oil-contaminated soils: influences of diesel concentration and soil texture. Nigerian Journal of Microbiology. Published by the Nigerian Society for Microbiology (NSM), Nigeria (Letter of Acceptance dated 14/05/2014).
  10. Ogbonnaya U., Oyelami A., Matthews J., Adebisi O. and Semple K.T. (2014): Influence of Wood Biochar on Phenanthrene Catabolism in Soils. Environments. 1(1); 60-74. Published by Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI AG), Basel, Switzerland. ISSN 2076-3298. Available online at http://www.mdpi.com/2076-3298/1/1/60. doi: 10.3390/environments1010060