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1987
Ajayi, CA.  1987.  “ Towards a More Rational Feasibility Analysis through the mean Standard deviation Model”. Journal of The Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers,. II(No I ):37-46.
Arigbabu, A, Akinola D.  1987.  Endoscopic Sclerotherapy for Oesophageal Varices: Current Status in Nigeria, 07. Tropical doctor. 17:111-3. Abstract
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1988
Aladesanmi, AJ, Adewunmi CO, Kelley CJ, Leary JD, Bischoff TA, Xiaolin Z, Snyder JK.  1988.  Lenticellarine, A Molluscicidal Alkaloid from Dysoxylum lenticellare, Phytochemistry. 27:3789-3792.
Adewunmi, CO, Aladesanmi AJ.  1988.  Molluscicidal Activities of Dysoxylum lenticellare Gillespie. Constituents on Biomphalaria glabrata Say, Phytotherapy Research. 2:104-106.
Balogun, MO, Ajayi AA, Ladipo GOA.  1988.  Spectrum of treadmill exercise responses in Africans with normotension, essential hypertension and hypertensive heart failure. International Journal of Cardiology. 21:293-300.
Akinola, D.  1988.  Pancreatic Pseudocysts in Ile-Ife, Nigeria: A Report of 6 Cases, 11. Tropical doctor. 18:163-6. Abstract
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1989
Balogun, MO, Ladipo GOA.  1989.  Cardiovascular responses to maximal treadmill exercise in healthy adult Nigerians. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences. 18:109-116.
Elujoba, AA, Nagels L, Sofowora A, Dongen WV.  1989.  Chromatographic analysis of antisickling compounds in Zanthoxylum species. :1-3.
Ajayi, AA, Balogun MO, Oyewo EA, Ladipo GOA.  1989.  Enalapril in African patients with congestive cardiac failure. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. 27:400-403.
Osasona, CO.  1989.  The Social Context of Decoration in Nigerian Vernacular Architecture. Nigeria Magazine. 57(1 & 2):86-93.
Akinola, D, Hamed A.  1989.  Fistula in ano in Nigerians, 07. Tropical gastroenterology : official journal of the Digestive Diseases Foundation. 10:153-7. Abstract
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Akinola, D, Adejuyigbe O, Odesanmi W.  1989.  Primary tuberculous mastitis in a Nigerian woman, 07. West African journal of medicine. 8:209-12. Abstract
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Fashakin, E, Akinola D, Odesanmi W.  1989.  Fatal accident puncture of the left ventricle: case report, 12. The Central African journal of medicine. 35:537-8. Abstract
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Adesina, F.  1989.  Plant species characteristics and vegetation dynamics in the tropics, 1989/02/01. 33:67-78. Abstract

This paper attempts a differentiation of forest and savanna and an assessment of changes in these vegetation types based on their characteristic plant species. Farming activities are recognised as a main factor influencing the dynamics of the vegetations. The occurrences of plant species on selected fallow communities at various stages of development, along the regional boundary between forest and savanna, were therefore analysed. The analyses show that plant species not only differentiate between the two, but also suggest changing trends in their character. They show that forest and savanna are to a large extent, species specific, and that over a short term period, farming activities are capable of extending the present limit of savanna towards the forest areas.

1990
Fajewonyomi, BA, Jinadu MK.  1990.  Strategy for the Delivery of Primary Health Care at the Local Government Level. Nig. Journal. of Local Govt. Studies. 4:24-30.
Osasona, CO.  1990.  Symbolism in Traditional African Architectural Decoration. The Nigerian Field. 55(3 & 4):99-107.
Ogunjumo, A., and Salami, A.T.  1990.  "Toward an Understanding of Urban-Rural Dichotomy in Nigeria", . Ife Social Sciences Review,. 11(1&2):pp16-26..
Osunade, M. A. A., and Salami AT.  1990.  "Urban Encroachment on Agricultural Lands in Ibadan Region, Nigeria" In: Ogunjumo, A.; Aloba O. and Adesina, F.A. Eds.). Contemporary Research in Geography, . :pp.45-58..
Adejuyigbe, O, Lawal O, Akinola D, Nwosu S.  1990.  Omental and mesenteric cysts in Nigerian children, 07. Journal of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. 35:181-4. Abstract
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Adejuwon, J, Adesina F.  1990.  Organic matter and nutrient status of soils under cultivated fallows: an example of Gliricidia sepium fallows from South Western Nigeria, 1990/01/01. 10:23-32. Abstract

This paper examines the dynamics of organic matter and nutrients under planted fallows of Gliricidia sepium in South Western Nigeria, as an investigation into the behaviour of soils under such fallows. Data on soil characteristicswere collected from thirty fallow fields ranging in age from one to eight years. The data sets were described using the descriptive
statistics. Furthermore, the relationships between the soil properties and the age of fallow were evaluated with simple bivariate
correlation analysis. Compared with published data and trends in natural fallow, the study shows that the progress of the
planted fallow leads to greater organic matter build-up and increase in nitrate-nitrogen and potassium concentration in the
soil. It also shows that the biomass retain greater amount of nutrients during the fallow.