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Ojo, T, Owojuyigbe A.  2021.  NICAFE 2021. 2507 REV-1, 2021/08/15. Abstract
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Orimoogunje, OOI, Adeleke BO, EJABENA HO.  2021.  COVID-19 PANDEMIC: A CURSE OR A BLESSING TO THE MOTHER NATURE. :369-396., Lagos: University of Lagos Press and Bookshop Ltd.
Adeshina Afolayan, Olajumoke Yacob-Haliso, Samuel Ojo Oloruntoba (Eds.).  2021.  Pathways to Alternative Epistemologies in Africa. : Springer International Publishing AbstractWebsite
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Famurewa, B, Oginni F, Aregbesola S.  2019.  EFFECTS OF MMF AND RIF ON PULMONARY FUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH MANDIBULAR FRACTURES, 2019/06/04. Abstract
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Alashi, A, Taiwo K, Oyedele D, Adebooye O, Aluko R.  2018.  Polyphenol composition and antioxidant properties of vegetable leaf-fortified bread, 2018/08/03. Journal of Food Biochemistry. :e12625. Abstract
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Ayanwale, A, Olugbade Y, Oluwasola O, Oyedele D.  2018.  Information Use for Marketing Efficiency of Underutilized Indigenous Vegetable, 2018/06/19. International Journal of Vegetable Science. 10 Abstract
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Ayanwale, A, Alao O, Ayinde J, Olugbade Y, Oyedele D, Adebooye O.  2018.  Branded Radio Program and Awareness of Under-utilized Indigenous Vegetable Innovations in Southwestern Nigeria (Innovation Dissemination through Branded Radio Program), 2018/04/18. Journal of Agricultural & Food Information. Abstract
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Alashi, A, Taiwo K, Oyedele D, Adebooye O, Aluko R.  2018.  Antihypertensive properties of aqueous extracts of vegetable leaf‐fortified bread after oral administration to spontaneously hypertensive rats, 2018/03/01. International Journal of Food Science & Technology. Abstract
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Ogunba, OA, Ajayi CA.  2018.  Property Feasibility & Viability Studies. , Ile-Ife: Obafemi Awolowo University Press
Ogunba, OA, Ajayi CA.  2018.  Property Feasibility and Viability Studies. , Ile-Ife: Obafemi Awolowo University Press, Ile-Ife
Omotayo, O, Adeyinka S.  2017.  Residents Socio-economic Characteristics and Utilization of Healthcare facilities in Owo Local Government Area of Ondo State, Nigeria, 2017/05/23. Abstract

Healthcare like shelter, clothing and food constitutes an important basic need for the survival of mankind. This explains why every citizen must enjoy quality health and protection from disease and proper medi-care for survival. Health therefore is a basic element of every citizen in a country. This paper examines the socio-economic characteristics of residents and their utilization of available healthcare facilities in Owo local government area of Ondo State. The data utilized in the paper draws on systematic sampling of 368 health consumers in the study area. Findings revealed that socio-economic characteristics play a significant role in determining the frequency of visits to healthcare facilities, this is substantiated with the chi-square test result that revealed a significant relationship between marital status and frequency of visits to healthcare facilities with χ² = 29.175 and significant at p = 0.004 level, age and frequency of visits (χ² = 15.016 and significant at p = 0.059 levels), as well as income of households and the frequency of visits to healthcare facilities with χ² = 20.961 and significant at p = 0.007 levels. The paper therefore concluded that efforts should be put in place to improve the socio-economic status of individuals through multi-sectoral development activities such as micro-credit facilities, empowerment/training and provision of employment opportunities which is believed will invariably improve their access and utilization of healthcare facilities.

Shittu, K, Oyedele D, Babatunde K.  2017.  The effects of moisture content at tillage on soil strength in maize production, 2017/04/01. Egyptian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences. 4 Abstract
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Fasogbon, B, Taiwo K, Oyedele D.  2017.  Nutritional Assessment and Consumer Acceptability of Snacks (Chinchin and Cookies) Enriched with Underutilized Indigenous Vegetables, 2017/03/20. International Journal of Food and Nutritional Sciences. 6:97-107. Abstract
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Akindele, O, Gbadamosi O, Taiwo K, Oyedele D, Adebooye O.  2017.  Proximate, Mineral, Sensory Evaluations and Shelf Stability of Chinchin Enriched with Ugu and Indian Spinach Vegetables, 2017/01/10. International Journal of Biochemistry Research & Review. 18:1-14. Abstract
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Ogunlade, O.  2017.  Assessment of cardiac autonomic function in healthy adults in Ile-Ife. , Riga, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing
Ramoni, R, R Asher S, White J, Vaderhobli R, Ogunbodede E, Walji M, Riedy C, Kalenderian E.  2016.  Honoring Dental Patients' Privacy Rule Right of Access in the Context of Electronic Health Records, 2016/06/01. Journal of dental education. 80:691-696. Abstract

A person's right to access his or her protected health information is a core feature of the U.S. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy Rule. If the information is stored electronically, covered entities must be able to provide patients with some type of machine-readable, electronic copy of their data. The aim of this study was to understand how academic dental institutions execute the Privacy Rule's right of access in the context of electronic health records (EHRs). A validated electronic survey was distributed to the clinical deans of 62 U.S. dental schools during a two-month period in 2014. The response rate to the survey was 53.2% (N=33). However, three surveys were partially completed, and of the 30 completed surveys, the 24 respondents who reported using axiUm as the EHR at their dental school clinic were the ones on which the results were based (38.7% of total schools at the time). Of the responses analyzed, 86% agreed that clinical modules should be considered part of a patient's dental record, and all agreed that student teaching-related modules should not. Great variability existed among these clinical deans as to whether administrative and financial modules should be considered part of a patient record. When patients request their records, close to 50% of responding schools provide the information exclusively on paper. This study found variation among dental schools in their implementation of the Privacy Rule right of access, and although all the respondents had adopted EHRs, a large number return records in paper format.

Ayanwale, A, Amusan C, Adeyemo V, Oyedele D.  2016.  Analysis of Household Demand for Underutilized Indigenous Vegetables, 2016/04/14. International Journal of Vegetable Science. :1-8. Abstract
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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.

Adedeji, M, Owolarafe O.  2016.  Post-Harvest Research Handbook for Engineers and Technologists, 2016/03/22. Abstract
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B. Favoretto Pigatin, L´via, Atoloye IA, Abosede Obikoya O, Vinicius Borsato A´lio, Olı´mpia Oliveira Rezende M.  2016.  Chemical study of vermicomposted agroindustrial wastes, 2016/02/08. Int J Recycl Org Waste Agricult. 5 Abstract

PurposeThe disposal of solid waste is a serious environmental problem for humanity. Vermicomposting is used as one of the methods for recycling of organic waste, resulting in a humified material of great agronomic potential which promotes carbon sequestration when applied to the soil. The aim of this study was to evaluate the chemical characteristics of vermicomposts from cattle manure (CM), orange peel (OP) and filter cake (FC).
Methods
Three compost piles were set up, 2:1 OP + CM, 3:1 FC + CM and CM. The piles were initially composted for 60 days. Thereafter, earthworms were added to the piles to initiate the vermicomposting process.
Results
The pH and the organic carbon contents were above the minimum recommended values for organic fertilizers. The N content was below the minimum value but the C/N ratio was in the required range. The C/N values where lower in OP + CM and FC + CM than in CM. Further, the N contents of treatments were different with OP + CM having the highest value. The C/N ratios of the piles were 9.52, 9.62 and 11.03 for OP + CM, FC + CM and CM, respectively, and were lower than the maximum recommended value by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food (Ministry of Agriculture 2009).
Conclusion
Thus, co-vermicomposting of filter cake and orange peel with cattle manure has the potential for application sustainable agriculture.