Hamid A.A
Name: Hamid A.A.
Status:  Assistant Lecturer 
Department: Chemistry

 


His Publications are:

  1. Usman L.A., Hamid A.A., George O.C., Ameen O.M., Muhammad N.O., Zubair M.F. and Lawal A. (2009). Chemical Composition of Rhizome Essential Oil of Curcuma longa L. Growing in North Central Nigeria. World Journal of Chemistry, 4(2): 178-181. International Digital Organization for Scientific Information (IDOSI) Publisher, www.idosi.org
  2. Usman L.A., Olawore N.O., Oladosu I.A., Hamid A.A., and Elaigwu S.E. (2009). Constituent of Leaf Oil of Croton zambesicus. Muell. Arg Growing in North Central Nigeria, Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research, 4(4): 242-244. International Digital Organization for Scientific Information (IDOSI) Publisher, www.idosi.org
  3. Usman L.A., Hamid A.A., Muhammad N.O., Olawore N.O., Edewor T.I., Saliu B.K. (2010).Chemical Constituents and Anti-inflammatory Activity of Leaf Essential Oil of Nigerian Grown Chenopodium album L, EXCLI Journal 2010;9:181-186, International online journal for advances in Science, www.excli.de
  4. 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, American-Eurasian Network for Scientific Information (AENSI) Publisher. www.aensionline.com
  5. Hamid A.A., Usman L.A., Elaigwu S.E., and Zubair M.F. (2010). Environmental and Health Risk of Bush Burning. Advances in Environmental Biology, 4(2): 241-249, American-Eurasian Network for Scientific Information (AENSI) Publisher. www.aensionline.com
  6. Usman L.A., Oladosu I. A.,  Olawore N.O., Fakunle C.O., Hamid A.A. and Lawal A. (2010).Chemical composition of leaf oil of Nigerian grown Aspilia africana C. D. Adams L. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research, 4(4): 346-348. http://www.academicjournals.org/JMPR
  7. Usman L.A., Hamid A.A., Olawore N.O., Fakunle C.O., Oladosu I.A., and Zubair M.F.  (2010).Chemical Composition of Leaf Essential Oil of  Clausena anisata Growing in North Central Nigeria, Journal of Applied Sciences Research, 6(6): 891-894. INSinet Publication.
  8. Hamid A.A., Aiyelaagbe O.O., Ahmed R.N., Usman L.A. and Adebayo S.A. (2011). Preliminary Phytochemistry, Antibacterial and Antifungal Properties of extracts of Asystasia gangetica Linn T. Anderson grown in Nigeria. Advances in Applied Science Research, 2 (3): 219-226. www.Pelagiaresearchlibrary.com
  9. Zubair M.F, Oladosu I.A, Olawore N.O, Usman L.A, Fakunle C.O, Hamid A.A,  and Ali M.S (2011). Bioactive Steroid from the Root Bark of Psorospermum Corymbiferum. Chinese Journal of Natural Medicine, 9(4): 264-266, Elsevier Publisher.
  10. 10.    Ameen O.M., Usman L.A., Oganija F.S., Hamid A.A., Muhammed N.O., Zubair M.F.  and Adebayo S.A. (2011). Chemical composition of leaf essential oil of Annona senegalensis Pers. (Annonaceae) growing in North Central Nigeria. International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences, 5(1): 375-379, http://ajol.info/index.php/ijbcs
  11. Hamid A.A. and Aiyelaagbe O.O. (2012). Pharmacological investigation of Asystasia calyciana for its antibacterial and antifungal properties, International journal of chemical and biochemical sciences, 1:99-104, International Scientific Organization, www.iscientific.org/journal.html