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1995
Nja, VC 0, Adesanwo JK, Raji Y.  1995.  Methyl Angolensate: The Antiulcer Agent of the Stem Bark of Entandrophragma angolense. Planta Med. 61:91-92.Planta Med
Faborode, MO, Favier J, Ajayi OA.  1995.  On the effects of forced-air drying on cocoa quality.. Journal of Food engineering. 25(3):455-472.
Ayanwale, AB, Bamire AS.  1995.  The Role of Education in Improving Farm Income in Osun State of Nigeria. Ife Psychologia. 3(2):101-124.
Osasona, CO.  1995.  The Role of Women in Traditional Nigerian Architecture. The Nigerian Field. 60(1 & 2):11-19.
Folarin, GO.  1995.  “Influence of Culture on Christ Apostolic Church: A Case Study of Midwifery in Agbokojo, Ibadan.”. .Religious Education Journal (REJ), A.B.U., Zaria. 1(2):1-15.
1996
He, K, Timmermann BN, Aladesanmi AJ, Zeng L.  1996.  A Biflavonoid from Dysoxylum lenticellare Gillespie, Phytochemistry. 42:1199-1201.
Ajayi, AA, Sofowora GG, Balogun MO.  1996.  Concurrent Alpha 1 adrenergic blockade and angiotensin converting enzyme inhibition in the treatment of congestive heart failure. International Journal of Cardiology . 57(2):173-176.
Oguntade, AE, Bamire AS.  1996.  Consumption Trend of Modern Dairy Products and Projections of Dairy Cattle Requirements in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production. 23 (1):85-90.
Muse, WA, Ono T.  1996.  Copulation and post-copulatory mate-guarding in Atractomorpha lata Motschulsky (Orthoptera: Tetrigidae) under laboratory condition. Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology. 31(2):233-241.
Bamire, AS, Ayanwale AB.  1996.  Costs and Returns in Alternative Poultry Keeping Systems in Southern Nigeria: A Comparative Analysis. The Indian Journal of Economics. LXXVI:47-59.
Muse, WA, Balogun RA, Oluyole OO.  1996.  Effect of aqueous neem leaf extract on growth and development of larvae of Anopheles gambiae (Gills). Pakistan Journal of Entomology Karachi. 11(1&2):5-8.
Adeoye, AO.  1996.  Eye injuries caused by locally manufactured Dane-guns.. Nigerian Journal of . 4(1):27-30.
K., JM, O. O, A FB.  1996.  Feeding Practices of Mothers During Childhood Diarrhoea in a Rural Area of Nigeria. Trop. Med. And Intl.. Hith.. 1:684-689.
Ekanade, O;, Salami A. T., and Aborode M.  1996.  "Floristic Changes in the Tropical Rainforest of Southwestern Nigeria", . Malaysian Journal of Tropical Geography, . 27(2):pp7-13..
Faborode, MO, Favier JF.  1996.  Identification and significance of the oil-point in seed-oil expression.. Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research. 65(4):335-345.
Akinbami, JFK;, Akinwumi, I. O., and A.T. S.  1996.  "Implications of Environmental Degradation in Nigeria" . Natural Resources Forum: A United Nations Journal, . 20 (40):pp319-331..
Ajayi, AA, Afolabi MA, Balogun MO, Adigun AQ, Ajayi OE, Akintomide AO.  1996.  Oral therapy with combined enalapril, prazosin and hydrochlorothizide in the acute treatment of severe hypertension in Nigerians. European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. 51(1):45-48.
Adeoye, A.  1996.  Survey of blindness in rural communities of south-western Nigeria.. Tropical Medicine and International Health. . 1(5):672-676.
Agbakwuru, A, Arigbabu A, Akinola D.  1996.  Local anaesthesia in inguinal herniorrhaphy: our experience in Ile-Ife, Nigeria, 01. The Central African journal of medicine. 41:405-9. Abstract
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Ogunbodede, E, Olusile A, Ogunniyi SO, L Faleyimu B.  1996.  Socio-economic factors and dental health in obstetric population, 1996/07/01. West African journal of medicine. 15:158-62. Abstract

The relationship between socio-economic factors and dental health in an Obstetric Nigerian population was studied. The mean gestational age (+/-standard deviation) was 30.16 + 5.45 weeks (range 16-40 weeks). Acquisition of dental education was found to be unrelated to level of education. When the prevalence of dental caries and periodontal disease were considered, the difference between the high, middle and low socio-economic groups were found to be significant (p < 0.05).

F Adetunji, O, O Akinshipe B, Ogunbodede E, O Ijaware C.  1996.  Bacteriological studies of dental caries in Ile-Ife, Nigeria, 1996/09/01. The Central African journal of medicine. 42:249-52. Abstract

To determine the relationship between bacterial colonization of tooth surfaces and dental caries, selective agar media-MM10 Sucrose, Rogosa SL and Blood agar were used to isolate bacteria from the scrappings of 60 tooth surfaces of 30 children and young adults. Mean age +/- SD was 13.3 +/- 4.1 (range seven to 19 years). Streptococcus mutans was isolated from 36 surfaces representing 60pc Lactobacillus species from 38 surfaces (68pc), and Actinomyces species from 12 surfaces (20pc). The individual prevalences of these organisms decreased with age. The distribution of bacteria according to surfaces examined showed that the pits and fissures were the main habitat of Streptococcus mutans and Lactobacilli were sensitive to erythromycin. Actinomyces species were 100pc sensitive to Penicillin. All the bacteria species isolated were also found to be 100pc sensitive to Olfoxacin (Tarivid). It is suggested that the use of antibiotics may stop the growth of cariogenic bacteria in individuals and thereby contribute to a decline in the incidence and prevalence of dental caries in the community.