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Adebajo, AC, Odediran SA, Aliyu FA, Nwafor PA, Nwoko NT, Umana US.  2014.  In vivo antiplasmodial potentials of the combinations of four Nigerian antimalarial plants. Molecules. 19(9):13136-13146., Number 9 Abstract


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


Afolabi, OS, Odeyemi TI.  2014.  Information and Communications Technology and the 2011 General Elections in Nigeria.. African Journal of Institutions and Development. IX(I&II):350–364.
Olaleye, A, Ekemode B.  2014.  Integration between real estate equity and non-real estate equity. Journal of Property Investment & Finance. 32(3):244-255.
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.
Pelling, M, Blackburn S, Asiyanbi A, Ayanlade A, Antje C, Lewis E.  2014.  Lagos Case Study. in M. Pelling and S. Blackburn (eds), Megacities and the Coast: Risk Resilence and Transformation. , Oxford UK: Routledge
Adeyemi, OO, Oyeleye K.  2014.  Leadership and Challenges of Governance in Local Government Administration in Nigeria. Journal of Faculty of Social Sciences. 2(1):63-76.abstract.docx
Olawole, MO, Aloba O.  2014.  Mobility characteristics of the elderly and their associated level of satisfaction with transport services in Osogbo, Southwestern Nigeria. Transport Policy. 35:105–116. AbstractWebsite

Older people are perceived to face different problems while commuting. Studies on mobility of the elderly and associated constraints are, in Nigeria, recent but scanty. Hence, this paper explores elderly mobility characteristics, commuting patterns, quality of transport services and problems associated with the use of public transport services. Questionnaires were administered to 250 elderly aged 60 years and above using a purposive sampling technique. Findings showed that 58.4% of the sampled elderly lack personal means of transportation. The study revealed that an elderly generates about 2.88 trips per day. Trip destinations within a distance of 2 km of respondents׳ residence accounted for 65.60% trips generated. Daily frequency accounted for 38.56% of the visits to four trip destinations (work, social, religion and market). Walking accounts for 36.89% of travel mode of the elderly. Transport constraints identified include high transport fare, lack of bus stops, poor nature of roads, traffic congestion, poor attitude of commercial transport operators and the absence of state owned transport services. There is also a low level of satisfaction with transport services with significant variation in satisfaction with transport service among the different age groups. The paper suggests that government should include issues of elderly mobility and safety in the nation׳s transport policy in addition to the provision of affordable public transport services for the elderly.

Omoboye, OO, Bakare MK, Adewale IO, Oyedeji O.  2014.  Molecular identification and amylolytic potential of a thermophilic bacteria species from refuse dump in Ile-Ife, Nigeria. International Journal of Biological Research. 2(2):134-139.omoboye_et_al._2014.pdf
Ayanlade, A, Drake N, Howard MT.  2014.  Monitoring global and local land transformations: how can remote sensing and GIS help? Global Land . 10(1):41-45.
Oloyede, SA, Ayedun CA, Oni AS, Adegoke OJ.  2014.  The Need for Residential Tenancy Databases in Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development. 5(12):216-222.
Folayan, MO, Oziegbe EO, Onyejeka N, Chukumah NM, Oyedele T.  2014.  Non third molar related pericoronitis in a sub-urban Nigeria population of children. . Nigeria Journal of Clinical Practice . 17(1):18-22.doi:10.4103/1119-3077.122826.
A, B, PA M, WL A, MA E, LA G, D E, Braimah RO, SB A, JV R, CI E, O J, MO O, AK L, F A, T H, I M, PE G, M D, M G, AA A, JC M.  2014.  Novel IRF6 mutations in families with Van Der Woude syndrome and popliteal pterygium syndrome from sub-Saharan Africa.. Molecular Genetics & Genomic Medicine . 2(3):254-260.