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Obembe, AO.  2010.  Gait characteristics of hemiparetic stroke survivors in Osun State. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance . 16 (4):545-559.
Fatusi, O, Ogunbodede E, Sowole A, Folayan MO.  2018.  Gaps in oral health care services provision systems for children in Nigeria: a case study of a tertiary health institution. Indian Journal of Dental Research. 29(5):622-626.
Alabi, Q, Akomolafe R, Olaoluwa S, Adeyemi W, Olajumoke A, Adefisayo M, Omole J, Kajewole D, Odujoko O.  2017.  The Garcinia kola biflavonoid kolaviron attenuates experimental hepatotoxicity induced by diclofenac, 08. Pathophysiology. 24 Abstract
Ayoola, TJ.  2011.  Gas Flaring and its Implication for Environmental Accounting in Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Development. 4(5):244-250.11356-37509-1-pb.pdf
Fawole, OG, MacKenzie AR, Cai X.  2016.  Gas flaring and resultant air pollution: A review focusing on black carbon. Environmental Pollution. 216:182-197.
Agbalajobi, D.  2018.  Gender and Governance . Samuel O. Oloruntoba and Toyin Falola(eds.) The Palgrave handbook of African Politics, Governance and Development. , New York: Palgrave Macmillan
Awofeso, O, Odeyemi TI.  2014.  Gender and political participation in Nigeria: a cultural perspective. Journal of Research in Peace, Gender and Development. 4(5):104–110.gender_and_political_participation_in_nigeria.pdf
Olawole, MO.  2017.  Gender Aspects of Street Crossing Behaviour among Undergraduates: An Observational Study. Ghana Journal of Geography. 9(3):1-22.
Oluwabunmi, A.  2021.  Gender Budgeting in Africa, 06. Abstract
Oninla, OA, Oninla, O. A., Ajani AA.  2017.  Gender dermatoses: The role of sex hormones in skin diseases.. Journal of Dermatology and Plastic Surgery. 2(2):1016. AbstractWebsite

The skin is the largest organ in the body constituting 15% of the total body weight. It is therefore paramount to address skin diseases. Of major importance in the etiopathogenesis and
pathophysiology of many of these diseases is the gender difference in the skin. Studies on endocrine effects on the skin have revealed that several important physiologic activities of the skin are either partly or wholly under the control of hormones secreted by different endocrine glands.
Keywords: Gender; Skin; Dermatoses; Sex hormones

Adedigba, M, Ogunbodede E, Fajewonyomi BA, Ojo OO, Naidoo S.  2005.  Gender differences among oral health care workers in caring for HIV/AIDS patients in Osun State, Nigeria, 2005/10/01. African health sciences. 5:182-7. Abstract

The study investigated the relationship between gender and knowledge, attitude and practice of infection control among oral health care workers in the management of patients with HIV/AIDS in Osun State of Nigeria. It was a cross-sectional survey using 85 oral Health care workers (OHCWs) enlisted in the public dental health clinics. A self-administered questionnaire was designed and used for data collection. A total of 85 questionnaires were distributed. The response rate was 93%; 42 (53%) were males and 37 (47%) females. The majority of the respondents were in the 25-40 year old age group and the mean age was 37.3 years. This study found significant differences in gender and ability to identify HIV/AIDS oral manifestations (p<0.001) and recognition of HIV/AIDS risk factors (p<0.001). There was statistically significant gender difference and infection control practices (p=0.02) among the OHCWs. Males were more compliant to the universal cross-infection control principle than the female respondents. A significant association (p< 0.001) was found between OHCW gender and their attitude to the management of HIV/AIDS patients with males showing a better attitude towards the care of HIV/AIDS patients. This study shows that there are significant gender difference in attitudes, behaviour and practices of OHCW with males faring better than the females. National AIDS Control Programme, Health Control bodies, Health educators and other organizations should make efforts to improve the attitude and practice of oral health care workers regarding the management of patients with HIV/AIDS.

Idowu, PA, Adagunodo ER, Idowu AO.  2004.  Gender Differences in Computer Literacy among Nigerian Undergraduate Students. Journal of Educational Research Network. 4(3):47-53.
Oninla, O. A., Oninla, O. A., Oke, I.A., Oripelaye, M.M., Olarewaju, F.O., Fabusuyi OT.  2016.  Gender differences in dermatoses at Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals’Complex, Ile-Ife. . British Journal of Medicine & Medical Research;. 17(4):1-12.gender_differences_in_dermatoses.pdfWebsite
Adeyemi, BA.  2009.  Gender Differences in Students’ Perception: A paradox for Curriculum Review. International Journal of Applied Psychology and Human Performance. 5:825–835.
Ojo, G, Adeyeye G, Opawole A, Kajimo-Shakantu K.  2019.  Gender differences in workplace stress response strategies of quantity surveyors in Southwestern Nigeria, 04. International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation. 37 Abstract
Ojo, G, Adeyeye G, Opawole A, Kajimo-Shakantu K.  2019.  Gender differences in workplace stress response strategies of quantity surveyors in Southwestern Nigeria, 04. International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation. 37 Abstract
Bamire, AS, Gaya, H. I., Tegbaru A, Abdoulaye T, Kehinde AD.  2016.  Gender differentials and adoption of Drought Tolerant Maize Varieties among farmers in Northern Nigeria. European Journal of Business and Management. (2222-1905 )
Alimi, T, Ayanwale A, Bamire AS, Bello HM.  2004.  Gender Differentials in Household Poverty Reduction Activities of Rural Children, 07. Journal of Social Sciences. 9:67-73. Abstract
Popoola, K, Gbenga O, Animasaun E.  2021.  Gender differentials in poverty among migrants in rural border communities of Oyo state, Nigeria, 2021/10/02. Abstract

The study examined relative poverty among migrant men and women in rural border communities of the Oyo State. Three ruralborder settlements were randomly selected in Atisbo and Saki-west Local Government Areas (LGAs) of Oyo State. Two hundred and
four (204) questionnaires were administered to the father and mother in 102 migrant households and 198 questionnaires were
retrieved for analysis. Using Principal Component Analysis (PCA), the study revealed that women have a higher poverty level than
men. Also, the Principal Component Analysis revealed that the high loadings of factors on component one (Dwelling Conditions), for
both men and women, imply inadequate living conditions. This indicates the need for improved dwelling conditions for the migrants
and also the need to focus on gender-based poverty interventions especially among females, as they are more affected by poverty.

Ogunbodede, E.  2004.  Gender Distribution of Dentists in Nigeria, 1981 to 2000, 2004/08/01. Journal of dental education. 68:15-8. Abstract

In Nigeria, modern dental practice is relatively recent. The dawn can be traced to 1915 when the first government dentist was employed in Lagos, then the country's capital. There are presently four dental schools in the country; each graduates an average of thirty dentists annually. The present study determined the trends in the gender distribution of dental practitioners over the twenty-year period from 1981 to 2000 and used available data to project into the future. Data was collected from governmental and nongovernmental publications. The results indicate that there are now 2,598 licensed dentists serving the country's population of 123 million. A vast majority of these dentists work in urban centers, and only about 20 percent work in the rural areas where over 70 percent of Nigerians reside. There has been a male preponderance in the number of practicing dentists: only fifty-eight (15.3 percent) of 379 dental practitioners were female in 1981, though this figure has risen steadily to 35.1 percent of 2,598 dentists at the end of 2000. However, over the twenty-year period, the percentage of females was consistently higher among dental than medical practitioners. In 1981, for example, the percentage female was 15.0 among both dental and medical practitioners, but by the end of 2000 this had increased to 35.1 percent among dental practitioners and only 19.0 percent among medical practitioners. The imbalance in gender distribution of dental practitioners is steadily normalizing, and projections, using current trends, indicate that gender balance will be attained in the year 2015.

Olufayo, O-O.  2001.  Gender Inequity and the Dwindling Status of Nigerian Women: Some Theoretical Explorations. Journal of Women in Development. 2(1):57-64.
iii. Solomon Akinboye, Agbalajobi D.  2013.  Gender-Based Violence and the Quest for Sustainable Development in Nigeria. Toyin Falola and Bridget Teboh (eds.) The Power of Gender The Gender of Power: Women’s Labour, Rights, and Responsibilities in Africa. , New Jersey: African World Press