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ODEBODE, AA, Oladokun TT, Agboola AO.  2017.  Influence of Liquidity Premium on Probability of Sales. Journal of Environmental Design and Management. 9(2)
ODEBODE, AA, Oladokun TT, Ogunbayo., Oyedele JB.  2022.  Effectiveness of Rent Recovery Strategies on Residential Real Estate in Ibadan, Nigeria. Property Management, . 33(5)
Odediran, S, Sunday J, Gbadegesin, J.T., Gbadegesin J, Babalola O, OLUBOLA.  2015.  Facilities management practices in the Nigerian public universities, 01. Journal of Facilities Management, Emerald Group Publishing Group Ltd. 13:5-26. Abstract
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Odediran, S, Adebajo A, Aliyu F, Nwafor PA, NT N, US U.  2018.  In vivo Antiplasmodial Potentials of the Combinations of Four Nigerian Antimalarial Plants, 09. Abstract
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Odediran, SA, Elujoba AA, Adebajo AC.  2014.  Influence of formulation ratio of the plant components on the antimalarial properties of MAMA decoction. Parasitology Research. 113(5):1977-1984., Number 5 Abstract

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Odediran, S, Babalola O.  2013.  Employment Structure of Informal Construction Workers/Artisans in Nigeria, 2013/12/29. XIII:25-40. Abstract

Every employment has its mode(s) of engagement. The nature of activities within an organization also determines the structure of engagement. Studies have described artisans’ employment in the construction industry as informal because employers fail to obey employment regulations. The paper investigated the employment structure of the informal workers/artisans in the Nigerian construction industry with a view to examine the informal workers’ means of engagement, types of employers, forms of employment and engagement requirements. Study data were collected through a well structured questionnaire administered on informal workers/artisans and contractors. Data were analyzed using both the descriptive and inferential statistics. Cross-tabulation shows the relationship existing among variables of employment while Chi -Square established the significance of these variables. The study found out that informal workers are engaged through previous employers and contacts; however, they often work for building owners and contractors. Building owners and the contractors offer informal workers contract and temporary forms of employments respectively. Both the informal workers (employees) and contractors (employers) confirmed that informal workers/artisans are engaged based study further established that there was a significant relationship between the informal workers’ engagement by previous employers and their previous work experience.

Odediran, S, Elujoba AA, Adebajo A.  2014.  Influence of formulation ratio of the plant components on the antimalarial properties of MAMA decoction, 03. Parasitology research. 113 Abstract
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Odediran, S, Babalola O, A. A.  2013.  Assessment of Business Development Strategies in the Nigerian Construction Industry, 03. Journal of Business & Management. 2:34-45. Abstract
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Odediran, S, Babalola O.  2014.  PRINCIPAL COMPONENT ANALYSIS (PCA) OF THE ACTIVITIES OF INFORMAL CONSTRUCTION WORKERS/ARTISANS IN NIGERIA, 2014/01/01. 4:697-720. Abstract

Every employment has deposit of activities to be performed by her employees. These activities vary with industries and who performs each of these activities is determined by how significance they are to the employment operation. Construction is one of such industries whose activities necessitate the growth and development of infrastructure needs of the societies. The activities in the construction industry are performed by different trades' artisans refer to as informal workers/artisans in this paper. Hence, this paper examines the activities of informal construction workers/artisans in Nigeria with a view to classify these activities according to various trades in the industry. A comprehensive list of construction activities was made and informal workers/artisans were asked to rank these activities based on the frequency of how they are being performed on construction projects. Data collected were analyzed using factor analysis which classified these activities into principal components that described construction trades. The result of the study shows that the most frequent activities are associated with demolition & reconstruction and woodwork while the least frequent activities associated with electrical works. The result also classifies activities in the industry into various trades including plumbing installations, mansory & blockwork, steelworks, woodworks, electrical installations, painting & decoration; and demolition & reconstruction. The finding of this study provides information on the activities of the informal workers/artisans in the construction industry for the professionals, employers and policy makers to provide enabling and friendly environment for efficient service delivery in the construction industry.

Odediran, S, Aladesanmi A.  2001.  MICROSCOPICAL INVESTIGATION OF TRICHILIA HEUDELOTTI LEAVES, 01. Nigerian Journal of Natural Products and Medicine. 5 Abstract
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Odediran, S, Windapo A, Ojo G, A. M.  2015.  ICT Knowledge Diffusion in the Nigerian Quantity Surveying Education, 07. Abstract
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Odediran, SA, Awosode KE, Adegoke TA, Odebunmi KA, Oladunjoye BB, Obasanya AA, Omilani IM, Soyinka KT, Ugbo JU, Ogunleke AJ, Adesida SA, Adebajo AC.  2020.  Combinations of Chrysophyllum albidum and Citrus aurantifolia as Antimalarial Agents and their Effects on Orthodox Antimalarial Drugs in Mice. Ann Complement Altern Med. 2020; 2 (1). 2(1):Article1007:1-9. Abstract

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Odejide, SA, Adesina OA.  2012.  A note on the solutions of nonlinear fifth order boundary value problems. International Journal of Nonlinear Science. 13(4):419-421.adesinaijns2012.pdf
Odekanle, EL, Adeyeye MA, Akeredolu FA, Sonibare JA, Oloko-Oba IM, Abiye OE, Isadare DA, Daniyan AA.  2017.  Variability of Meteorological Factors on In-cabin and Pedestrians Exposures to CO and VOC in South-west Nigeria. Journal of Atmospheric Pollution. 5:1–8., Number 1: Citeseer Abstract
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Odekunle, TO, Orinmoogunje IOO, Ayanlade A.  2007.  Application of GIS to assess rainfall variability impacts on crop yield in Guinean Savanna part of Nigeria. African Journal of Biotechnology. 6(8):2100-2113. Abstract

The scientific evidence on rainfall variability with its significant impacts on crop yield is now stronger than ever. It is even more so on maize that serves as staple food in most parts of Sub-Sahara Africa. Hence, this study aim at examines and map spatio-temporal impacts of rainfall variability on water availability for maize yield using Geographic Information System (GIS). Major regions where maize is highly produced in Nigeria were selected and rainfall data for 30 years (1970 to 2000) were used for the Geospatial analysis. GIS Interpolation and other geospatial Analysis techniques were carried out to map the impacts of rainfall variability on maize yield. The results of the analysis and the maps produced show that inter-annual rainfall variability consequently affect the rate of maize yield in Nigeria.

Odekunle, TO, Orinmoogunje IO, Ayanlade A.  2007.  Application of GIS to assess rainfall variability impacts on crop yield in Guinean Savanna part of Nigeria. African Journal of Biotechnology . Vol. 6(18):2100-2113.
Odekunle, TO.  2004.  Rainfall and the length of the growing season in Nigeria. International Journal of Climatology. Vol. 24(4):467–479..
Odekunle, T, Eludoyin A.  2008.  Sea surface temperature patterns in the Gulf of Guinea: Their implications for the spatio-temporal variability of precipitation in West Africa, 2008/09/01. 28:1507-1517. Abstract

This study examined the sea surface temperature (SST) patterns in the Gulf of Guinea (GOG) and discussed their implications for the spatio-temporal variability of precipitation in West Africa. The SST data spanning over 49 years (1950–1998) at 2° × 2° resolutions were sourced from the archive of the International Research Institute for climate prediction. The specific locations where data were collected to represent the GOG are longitudes 10°W, 8°W, 6°W, 4°W, 2°W, 0° , 2°E, 4°E, 6°E, and 8°E, and latitudes 5°N, 3°N, 1°N, 1°S, 3°S, and 5°S. The results obtained show that the SST in the GOG generally decreases westward and southward, while the reverse of the case holds for its variability values. Detailed observations show that the SST is generally below the latitudinal average and its variability values, above the latitudinal average mainly between longitudes 8°W and 2°E. The results also show that during the period of July-August-September, the SST is anomalously colder between longitudes 8°W and 2°E and the West African coastal border and latitude 3°N. This area was observed as constituting the area of the coastal upwelling. The intra-annual distribution of the SST, as evident along latitudes 3°N and 5°N, shows two main regimes and two transitional periods in between the regimes. The first regime is November to May, and the second, July to September. The first regime transits to the second during the month of June and the second back to the first, during the month of October. The comparative analysis of the first and second half of the period of study indicates that the SST of the GOG has undergone some warming over time. The comparison also shows that although the SST has generally risen, an area of relatively cool SST near the Guinea coast has expanded from longitudes 7°W–0°W to 8°W–3°E. Copyright © 2008 Royal Meteorological Society

Odekunle, TO.  2004.  Determining Rainfall Onset and Retreat Dates in Nigeria. International Interdisciplinary journal of Man Enviornment Relationship. Vol. 16(4):239-247.