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G.K, O, E.I E.  2017.  Construction Professionals’ views on Marketing Risk Response Strategies. Journal of Quantity Surveying and Construction Business. 8(1):33-54.
G.O., J, Aibinu AA.  2002.  The Effects of Construction delays on Project delivery in Nigerian Construction Industry. International Journal of Project Management. 20:593-599. Abstract
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G.O., J, Aibinu AA.  2002.  The Effects of Construction delays on Project delivery in Nigerian Construction Industry. International Journal of Project Management. 20(8):593-599. AbstractWebsite
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Gambo, I, Ikono" "R, Iroju" "O, Omodunbi" "T.  2012.  The Critical Need for Software Architecture Practices in Software Development Process. Computer Engineering and Intelligent Systems (CEIS). 3(7):1-7.
Ganiyu, SA, Badmus BS, Awoyemi MO, Akinyemi OD, Olurin OT.  2013.  Upward continuation and reduction to pole process on aeromagnetic data of Ibadan Area, South-Western Nigeria, 2013. 2(1):66.: Canadian Center of Science and Education Abstract
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Gbadegesin, JT, Oyewole MO.  2014.  Is Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) System an Effective Initiative compared with Traditional Procurement Method in Students Housing Provision in an Emerging Economy? Journal of Construction Project Management and Innovation. 4(1):809-825.
Gbadegesin, JT, Ojo O.  2011.  An Appraisal of Property Management Practice in Metropolitan Ibadan,) Nigeria. The Built and Human Environment Review. 4(1):167-181.
Gbadegesin, J.T., Oladokun TT, O.J A.  2012.   Effects of Home Ownership on Good Governance in Nigeria Ile Ife,. Urban Governance and Environmental Challenges in a West African Sub Region.. , Ile Ife, Nigeria: Faculty of Environmrntal Design and management, OAU
Gbadegesin, AS, Eze EB, Oluwagbenga OOI, Fashae OA.  2015.  Frontiers in Environmental Research and Sustainable Environment in the 21st Century. , Ibadan: Ibadan University Press AbstractFrontiers in Environmental Research and Sustainable Environment in the 21st Century_Contents

The primary object of this book is to present current issues and problems relating to environmental sustainability and to discuss them as elements of the earth’s surface. This book is timely because of the widespread interest in geographical approaches to solving environmental problems. However, the celebration of the two Giants of Geography – Emeritus Professor Adetoye Faniran and Professor Olusegun Areola from the Department of Geography, University of Ibadan, Nigeria afforded scholars to share their interest especially because of the opportunity to celebrate the erudite Giants by holding a National Colloquium on Frontiers in Environmental Research and Sustainable Environment in the 21st Century. The collections of articles in this book result from the scholars’ concerns to evaluate environmental geographical applicability to environmental management in several natural resource fields. The study of such complexes requires more than one individual. This has led to the concept of interdisciplinary research which involves diversity of skills and specialties. Environmental geography has for some time been prominent in research and management studies, but only a few components have been measured or considered in most instances.

Gbadegesin, JT, O. Ojo.  2012.  Menace of Recalcitrant Tenants in Ibadan Area Residential Property Market. Property Management. 30(1)
Githua Macigo, F, Mutave R, Ogunbodede E, Gathece L.  2016.  Sugar consumption and dental caries experience in Kenya, 2016/04/05. International dental journal. 66 Abstract

Introduction:There have been claims that dental caries experience and prevalence in Kenya has been increasing as a result of increased sugar consumption. A review of the literature in 1986 failed to link dental caries experience with an increase in gross national sugar consumption. Subsequently, a number of studies were conducted, necessitating further review to examine trends in dental caries experience and to relate this to changes in per capita sugar consumption.
Methods:
Studies conducted since 1980 for children 3-15 years of age were examined. Dental caries prevalence and experience for 3-5 years' (deciduous teeth) and 12 years' (permanent teeth) age groups were analysed. Calculation of per capita sugar consumption was performed using gross national annual sugar consumption for 1969-2009 national population census years.
Results:
There was a gradual increase in per capita sugar consumption, from 35.5 g/day in 1969 to 60.8 g/day in 2009. Dental caries experience in deciduous teeth for children 3-5 years of age increased from a decayed, missing and filled teeth/decayed and filled teeth (dmft/dft) index of 1.5 in the 1980s to 2.95 in the 2000s. At 12 years of age, caries experience for permanent teeth increased from a DMFT of 0.2 to a DMFT of 0.92 over the same period. Dental caries prevalence for both deciduous and permanent teeth also increased with time.
Conclusion:
These observations suggest that dental caries prevalence and experience increased with time, in parallel to an increase in per capita sugar consumption. However, a clearer understanding can be derived from longitudinal studies, based on actual household age-specific sugar consumption and dental caries incidence.

Gloria, E, Aladesanmi O, Rufus O, Olaoluwa S, Oyedayo A, Monica E.  2020.  Assessment of the toxicity and biochemical effects of detergent processed cassava on renal function of Wistar rats, 08. Toxicology Reports. 7 Abstract
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Godwin, A, Akinpelu B, Makinde A, Aderogba M, Oyedapo O.  2015.  Identification of n-Hexane Fraction Constituents of Archidium ohioense (Schimp. ex Mull) Extract Using GC-MS Technique, 01. British Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. 6:366-375. Abstract
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Gomez, F, Folayan M, Betancourt M, Kumar G, Wolf T, Priv-Doz M, Fontana M, Campus G.  2020.  Global Impact of COVID -19 on Service Delivery and Vulnerable Populations' Access to Dental Care, 2020/10/01. 48:39-48. Abstract
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for in Group, GAISW.  2017.  A global declaration on appropriate use of antimicrobial agents across the surgical pathway. Surgical infections. 18:846–853., Number 8: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. 140 Huguenot Street, 3rd Floor New Rochelle, NY 10801 USA Abstract
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