Adebayo S.A

 


His Publication are as follows:

 

  1. Adebayo, S.A., G.O. Adediran (2005): Effect of Waste Discharges on the Water Quality of Asa River in Ilorin, Nigeria, Science Focus, 10(2):116-122. Published by Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences, LAUTECH, Ogbomosho, Nigeria. Available on Line at http://www.sciencefocusngr.org.
  2. Ameen, O.M., Fatope, O.M., Usman, L.A. and Adebayo, S.A. (2005): Bioactive Metabolites in Improved Cowpea Seeds, African Journal of Biotechnology (AJB), 4 (6): 513-519. Published by Academic Journals of Nairobi, Kenya. Available on Line at http://www.academic journals .org
  3. Adebayo, S.A., Mustapha L.G. and Kareem S.A. (2006):  Rapid Determination of CaO and SO3 in Loose Powder Cement by Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) Technique, Science Focus, 11(2):31-34. Published by Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences, LAUTECH, Ogbomosho, Nigeria. Available on Line at http://www.science focusngr.org
  4. Adebayo, S.A., AbdulRahman W.F. and Birnin-Yauri U.A. (2009): Effect of Substitution of Natural Gypsum with Synthetic Gypsum Produced from Cement Kiln Dust on the PhysicochemicalProperties of Ordinary Portland Cement, Science Focus, 14(1):64-71. Published by Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences, LAUTECH, Ogbomosho, Nigeria. Available on Line at http://www.science focusngr.org.
  5. Adebayo, S.A., and Usman, L.A. (2009): Level of Ammonia-Nitrogen, Carbon Dioxide, Dissolved Oxygen and Biochemical Oxygen-Demand (BOD5) in Asa River, Ilorin, Nigeria, Science Focus, 14(4):488-495. Published by Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences, LAUTECH, Ogbomosho, Nigeria. Available on Line at http://www.science focusngr.org
  6. L.A. Usman, M.F., Zubair, S.A. Adebayo, L.A. Oladosu, N.O. Muhammad, J.O. Akolade, (2010):Chemical Composition of Leaf and Fruit Essential Oils of  Hoslundia opposita Vahl Grown in Nigeria, American-Eurasian Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Science, 8(1):40-43.Published by International Digital Organization for Scientific Information (IDOSI), Dubai, UAE. Available Online at http://wwww.Idosi .org
  7. O.M. Ameen, L.A. Usman, F. Oganija, A.A. Hamid, N.O. Muhammed, M.F. Zubair, S.A. Adebayo, (2010): Chemical Composition of Leaf Essential Oil of Annona senegalensesPers (Annonaceae) Growing in North-Central Nigeria. International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences, 5(1):375-379. Published by International Formulae Group, Cameroon. Available on Line at http://www.ajol. Info.
  8. Hamid, A.A., Usman, L.A., Adebayo, S.A., Zubair, M.F., Elaigwu, S.E. (2010): Chemical Constituents of Leaf Essential Oil of North-Central Nigerian Grown Vitex agnus-Castus L. Advances in Environmental Biology. 4(2):250-253. Published by American-Eurasian Network for Scientific Information,Pakistan. Available on Line at http://www.aension line. com.
  9. A.A. Hammid, O.O. Aiyelaagbe, R.N. Ahmed .L.A. Usman  and  S.A Adebayo (2011):Preliminary Phytochemistry, Antibacterial and Antifungal Properties of extracts of Asystasia gangetica Linn T.Anderson grown in Nigeria. Adv.Appl.Sci.Res.2(3):219-226. Published by Pelagia Research Library, USA. Available on Line at http://www.pelagiaresearchlibrary.com.
  10. A.A .Baba F.A. Adekola, O.E. Shobande, M.K. Ghosh, K.I. Ayinla and  S.A. Adebayo.(2011):Chemical Hydration by Acid Leaching of a brand of Cement in Nigerian Market. Int.J.Chem.Sci.9(3):1534-1544. Published by Sadguru Publications, Udaipur, India. Available on line at http://www.sadgurupublications.com.