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2013Scorpion image segmentation systemJoseph, E.; Aibinu, A. M.; Sadiq, B. A.; Salau, Bello H.; Salami, Momoh-Jimoh E.
2013-10-02Screening of Ameloblastoma Cases in Ibadan for HPV and EBV Genes.Onile, Olugbenga S.; Onyegbula, K.; Okoje, V.; Anumudu, C. I.
2018-05Selection of T cell epitopes from S. mansoni Sm23 protein as a vaccine construct, using Immunoinformatics approachOnile, Olugbenga S.; Fadare, Olalekan S.; Omitogun, Ofelia G.
2006-11-01Separation theory for palm kernel and shell mixture on a spinning discKoya, Olufemi A.; Faborode, M. O.
2013SETTING SUSTAINABLE STANDARDS FOR BIOFUEL PRODUCTION: LEGAL AND INSTITUTIONAL IMPERATIVESOlarinde, Damilola; Olarinde, Omolola S.
2017Simplified Transient Two-Phase Model for Pipe FlowOloruntoba, Olusola; Kara, Fuat
2016-07Simulation study of typical auto-mechanics tasksAbiola, Oluranti A.; Olayinka, Oke A.; Koya, Olufemi A.; Adewole, Banji Z.
1990Social mobilisation: tool for effective grassroots communication for national transformation-
2014Socio-Cultural Factor As Determinant of Female Leadership Quality; Implications for Human Resource DevelopmentAbolade, Dupe A.
2013-03-12Solar-based fuzzy intelligent water sprinkle systemMuhida, Riza; Salami, Momoh-Jimoh E.; Astuti, Winda; Amalina, Nurul; Kasim, Ahmad; Rahayu, Nani
2006-10-01Some engineering properties of yam setts from two species of yamsSome engineering properties of yam setts from two species of yamsAluko, O. B.; Koya, Olufemi A.
2015-09-17Souring and Corrosion Potentials of Onshore and Offshore Oil-producing Facilities in the Nigerian Oil-rich Niger DeltaOkoro, Chuma C.; Amund, Olukayode O.
2018-05Spin-hall-active platinum thin films grown via atomic layer depositionSchlitz, Richard; Amusan, Akinwumi A.; Lammel, Michaela; Schlicht, Stefanie; Tynell, Tommi; Bachmann, Julien; Woltersdorf, Georg; Nielsch, Kornelius; Goennenwein, Sebastian T. B.; Thomas, Andy
2013Statistical interpretations of the turnaround time values for a scalable 3-tier grid-based computing architecture statistical interpretations of the turnaround time values for a scalable 3-tier grid-based computing architectureAgbele, Kehinde K.; Azeez, N. A.; Abidoye, A. P.; Adesina, A. O.; Venter, I. M.; Oyewole, A. S.
2018Stock market development and economic growth of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South African (BRICS) Nations: An empirical researchOgbeide, Sunday; Akanji, Babatunde
2017-05-01Structural dynamics of microbial communities in polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon-contaminated tropical estuarine sediments undergoing simulated aerobic biotreatmentObi, Chioma C.; Adebusoye, Sunday A.; Amund, Olukayode O.; Ugoji, E. O.; Ilori, Matthew O.; Hedman, Curtis J; Hickey, William J
2017-11-01Structural Evaluation of the Effect of Pulverized Palm Kernel Shell (PPKS) on Cement-Modified Lateritic Soil SampleAdanikin, Ariyo; Olutaiwo, Adewale; Ajisafe, Segun
2014Studies on ethnoveterinary practice of ruminants in Ekiti State NigeriaOjo, Adeola A.; Adewole, Samuel O.; Olofintoye, Lawrence K.
2011Studies on the life cycle and morphometrics of honeybees, Apis Mellifera adansonii (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in a Mangrove Area of Lagos, NigeriaFasasi, K. A.; Malaka, S. L. O.; Amund, Olukayode O.
2012The study assessed the health risks associated with street trading activities among selected mothers in urban centers of Nigeria. The data used was extracted from national survey data among 3,873 street traders selected in various Central Business Districts (CBDs) across three major cities of Nigeria, namely, Lagos, Kano and Port Harcourt. The study showed that street trading has provided job opportunities for mothers but the impact of the business on their welfare is not visible considering their weekly income that is far below their weekly expenditure. Respondents with primary, secondary and tertiary education are 0.879, 0.553 and 0.818 less likely to be injured while trading on the street compared to individuals who have no formal education. The authors suggest due recognition to be given to the activity and that street traders-government partnership be established in order to safeguard the health of the operators.Amoo, Emmanuel O.; Ola-David, Oluwayomi; Olurinola, Isaiah O.; Fadayomi, Theophilus O.