Adebambo, A. O: Conferences Attended

REFFERED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS:

1. Adebambo, Olufunmilayo A. (1982): Evaluation of the genetic potential of the Nigeria’s Indigenous Pigs. 2nd World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production. Madrid Spain, October 1982: 534-553. Edited by Editorial Garsi Londress 17 Madrid Spain

2. Adebambo, Olufunmilayo A (1986): Selective breeding of the Nigeria’s Indigenous pigs for the Rural Producer – 3rd World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Lincoln, Nebraska X 70 – 74, edited by G.E. Dickerson and R.K. Johnson

3. Adebambo, Olufunmilayo A. (1986): Increased production of animal proteins through the use of cassava in pig feeding. Proc. of the National Seminar on the Alternative uses of Cassava. Ibadan, Nigeria, May 1986, Pp 107-116.

4. Adebambo, Olufunmilayo A. (1988): Biochemical markers for selection in cattle Production. 13th Annual Conf. Nigerian Society of Animal :Production. University of Calabar, Calabar, April, 1988: 129-141.

5. Adebambo, Olufunmilayo A. (1991): African Breeds of Livestock: Their genetic Status and conservation. Proc. 1st World Conf. On Genetic Conservation and Rare Breeds Survival. August 1991. Budapest Hungary, pp 129-164.

6. Adebambo, Olufunmilayo A (1992): Proposed National Animal Breeding Programmes in Nigeria. Proc. of the Research Planning Workshop on the Characterization of African Animal Genetic Resources, ILCA, Addis Ababa Ethiopia, February 1992, pp 137-139 (edited) J.E.O. Rege and M.E. Lipner

7. Adebambo, Olufunmilayo A (1995): Selection and Handling of Pig Breeds for Profitable Pig Farming in Nigeria. Invited Paper presented at the National AERLS Pig Production Workshop. 3-7 April 1995. Proc. of the National Workshop in Pig Production in Nigeria. Ibadan. Pp 1-15.

8. Adebambo, Olufunmilayo A. (1995): The Ankole Cattle: Rare or Sacred?. In Rare Breeds International Newsletter No. 9: 8-13, edited by Ian Gill, Chris Fowler and Megg Miller.

9. Ikeobi C.O.N, M.O.Ozoje,O.A.Adebambo and J.A. Adenowo (1998): Modifier genes and their effects in the Nigerian local chicken:Ptilopody and Comb types: Proc 6th World Cong. on Genetics applied to Livestock Production 24 : 318-321

10. Funmi Adebambo; J.L. Williams and Barbara Urquhart (1998): Genetic Variation in Nigeria’s Cattle breeds using 26 Microsatellite Markers. Proc. Silver Anniversary Conf/ West African Society of Anim. Prod (WASAP) Inaugural Conference Mar 21 – 26 1998. Nigeria pp.466 – 467.

11. Adenowo J.A. Awe F.A. Adebambo O.A. and C.O.N. Ikeobi (1999). Species variation in Chemical composition of local poultry eggs. Proc.26th Ann. Conf. Nig. Soc. for Animal Production Ilorin, Nigeria pp 278 – 280.

12. Ikeobi C.O. N. , Peters S. O. , Oshodi Y. S. and O. A. Adebambo (2004). Egg quality traits of the Nigerian local chicken as influenced by some major genes. 29th Ann. Conf. Genet. Soc. of Nigeria 11 – 14 Oct 2004 Abeokuta. pp 75 – 77.

13. Bemji M. N. , Osinowo O. A. , Adebambo O. A. , Ozoje M. O. and A..B.J.Aina (2004). The validity of estimating daily milk yield (24-h) from part yield (8-hr) in West African Dwarf and Red Sokoto Goats. 29th Ann. Conf of the Genetics Society of Nigeria 11-14 Oct.2004 Abeokut.a. pp 88 – 91

14. Adeleke M.A. Ozoje M.O. Adebambo O. A. Peters S. O. and A. M. Bamgbose (2004). Estimation of body weight from linear body measurements among crossbred egg type chickens. 29th Ann. Conf of the Genetics Society of Nigeria 11 – 14 Oct.2004 Abeokuta. pp 88 – 91

15. Agaviezor B. O., Adebambo O. A. Ozoje M. O. Oduguwa O.O. and S. O. Peters (2004). Egg production of pure and crossbred Nigerian local chickens. 29th Ann. Conf of the Genetics Society of Nigeria 11 – 14 Oct. 2004 Abeokuta . pp 107 – 109.

16. Adebambo A.O. Adedeji A.. E. Ikeobi C. O. N. Ozoje M. O. and O. A. Adebambo. (2004). Potassium allelism and egg traits among exotic and local chicken types 29th Ann. Conf of the Genetics Society of Nigeria 11 – 14 Oct. 2004 Abeokuta. pp 110 – 112.

17. Adedeji T. A. Adebambo O. A. Ozoje M. O. Dipeolu M. A. and S. O. Peters (2004) Heritabilities, genetic and phenotypic correlations of early growth traits in crossbred chicken. 29th Ann. Conf of the Genetics Society of Nigeria 11 – 14 Oct. 2004 Abeokuta pp 113 – 116.

18. Adedoyin T. I. Ozoje M. O. Adebambo O. A. Aina A. B. J. and S.O. Peters (2004). Genetic differences in the laying performance of pure and crossbred pullets. 29th Ann. Conf of the Genetics Society of Nigeria 11 – 14 Oct. 2004 Abeokuta pp 123 – 125.

19. Adedeji T.A. Adebambo O.A. Ozoje M. O. Dipeolu M. A. and S.O. Peters (2004) Early growth performance of crossbred chicken resulting from different sire strains. 29th Ann. Conf of the Genetics Society of Nigeria 11 – 14 Oct. 2004 Abeokuta pp 126 – 129.

20. Wheto M. Peters S. O. Akano K. Ikeobi C.O.N. and O. A. Adebambo (2004). Growth performance of local crossbred and exotic chicken reared intensively. 29th Ann. Conf of the Genetics Society of Nigeria 11 – 14 Oct. 2004 Abeokuta pp 130

21. Peters, S.O., Omidiji, E.A., Ikeobi, C.O.N., Ozoje, M.O and Adebambo, O.A. 2004. Effect of naked neck and frizzled genes on egg traits, fertility and hatchability in local chicken. In: self-sufficiency of animal protein in Nigeria. Proceedings of the 9h Annual Conference of Animal Science Association of Nigeria, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Nigeria. September 13-16, 262-264pp.

22. Adeleke M.A., Ozoje M.O., Adebambo Olufunmilayo A., Peters S.O. and A.M. Bamgbose 2004: Estimation of body weight from linear body measurements among crossbred egg-type chickens. Proc. 29th Ann. Conf. Genet. Soc. Of Nigeria Oct 2004 Univ. Agric. Abeokuta. pp 88-91

23. Adebambo A.O., Fagbenro O.I., Fagite, S.O., Ikeobi C.O.N.and Adebambo Funmi (2005). Preliminary assessment of growth and reproductive data of three strains of chicken for broiler development in Nigeria. Proc of the 1st Nigerian International Poultry Science Summit 20-25 Feb. 2005 Ota Nigeria: pp 9-18.

24. Peters S. O. J.A. Adenowo, M.O. Ozoje, C.O.N. Ikeobi and O.A.Adebambo (2005). Sire strain effect on growth performance of pure and crossbred progenies of Nigerian Local Chicken. Proc of the 1st Nigerian International Poultry Science Summit 20-25 Feb. 2005 Ota, Nigeria: pp 32-37.

25. Peters, S.O., A.J. Ogundipe, Ikeobi, C.O.N, Ozoje, M.O, Akano, K and Adebambo, O.A. 2005. Strain effect on fertility, hatchability and external egg traits in chicken, In: Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of Nigerian Society for Animal Production , University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 20-24th March, 14-16pp.

26. Adeleke, M.A., Peters S.O., Okeleji, C.O. and Olufunmilayo Adebambo. 2007. Gene segregation effect n external traits, fertility and hatchability of eggs from crosses involving Indian and Nigerian ecotype chickens. The Proceedings of 2nd Nigerian International Poultry Summit held at Abeokuta form February 19-22. pg. 100-104.

27. Agaviezor, B.O., Adebambo, O.A., Ozoje, M.O.,Peters, S.O. and Adeleke, M.A. 2007. Genetic evaluation of laying performance of pure exotic and indigenous crossbred pullets. The Proceedings of 2nd Nigerian International Poultry Summit held at Abeokuta Febr. 19-22. pg. 114-118.

28. Agaviezor O., F.O.Ajayi and O.A. Adebambo (2008). Genetic Interrelationship existing between Body weight, Egg Weight and Egg internal Quality Traits of Nigeria’s Indigenous Chicken. Proceedings of the 13th annual conference of Animal Science Association of Nigeria. 15th-19th September, Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria. pp 56-58.

29. Adebambo Olufunmilayo, J.Williams, A.O.Adebambo and O.Hanotte (2009) Sustainable agriculture in developing countries: Application of new technologies. Proc. 2nd Intern Conf. on sustainable agriculture for developing countries(SAADC2009) Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 8th -11th Nov.2009.

30. Adeleke M.A. Ogunsanya J.D, Akano K., Ozoje M.O., Ikeobi C.O.N., and Adebambo Olufunmilayo A 2009: Breast girth measurement as an estimate of live weight in Nigeria’s local chickens. Proc. 34th Ann. Conf. Niger. Soc. Anim. Prod. Univ Uyo. Uyo Nigeria pp399-401

31. Sanni M. T., Adeleke M.A., Ikeobi C.O.N., and Adebambo O.A. 2010: Relationship between body measurement and egg size in pure local and exotic chickens. Proc. 34th Ann. Conf. Genet. Soc. Of Nigeria. Pp 311-316

32. Agaviezor, B.O., S.O.Peters, O.A.Adebambo, M.O.Ozoje, C.O.N. Ikeobi, M.Okpeku, M. Wheto and I.G. Imumorin. 2011. Genetic diversity of Nigerian Sheep based on Microsatellite DNA markers. Plant and Animal Genomes XIX Conference, San Diego, CA. January 15-19, 2011.

33. Agaviezor, B.O., S.O.Peters, O.A.Adebambo, C.O.N. Ikeobi, M. Ilori, M. Wheto and I.G. Imumorin. 2011. Mitochondria DNA analysis of genetic diversity of Nigerian Sheep. Plant and Animal Genomes XIX Conference, San Diego, CA. January 15-19, 2011.

34. A.O.Adebambo, Vincenzo Landi, Amparo Martinez,J.M Mwacharo, Juan Vincente, Delgado Bermejo, Olufunmilayo Adebambo and O. Hanotte 2011: Genetic evaluation of Spanish and Nigerian Chickens using microsatellite markers. Poster presented at the 7th European Symposium on Poultry Genetics at Peebles, Hydro Hotel Scotland. 5th to 7th October 2011

INVITED PAPERS:

35. Adebambo, Olufunmilayo A (1991): Genetics: Its global implication and research Trend in Nigeria. Presidential Address to the 18th Annual Conf. Of the Genetics Society of Nigeria. August 1991. NIFOR, Benin City.

36. Adebambo, Olufunmilayo A. (1994): Characterization and Conservation of Nigerians Indigenous Domestic Livestock. ILCA Training Course on Management of Genebanks and Databank in Africa. 16-25th May, 1994 20pp.

37. Adebambo, Olufunmilayo A (1994): Agriculture in the year 2000: A Challenge To Genetics. Presidential Address to the 22nd Annual Conference of The Genetics Society of Nigeria. 1-3rd June, 1994.

38. Adebambo, Olufunmilayo A (1995): The Nigerian Pig Industry: Development Efforts Problems and Prospects. Keynote Address Presented at the National AERLS Workshop on Pig Production in Nigeria. 3-7th April 1995. NCRI Conference Hall, Ibadan. 22pp.

39. Adebambo, Olufunmilayo A. (1995): Biotechnology for Increased Animal Production. Keynote Address to the 35th Annual Conference of the Science Association of Nigeria. University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. June 3-5th, 1995.
40. Adebambo, Olufunmilayo (1998): Biodiversity in the West African dwarf breeds of cattle, sheep and goats. Colloquium on Biodiversity of the Rain Forest Ecosystem of Nigeria. FEPA/UNAAB Linkage to Forest Conservation and Biodiversity. 8-10th Dec. 1998.

41. Adebambo Olufunmilayo (2000): Sustainable Fish and Livestock production in enhancing productivity and poverty alleviation in Nigeria. Invited paper presented at the Workshop on Poverty alleviation in SW Nigeria. Feb 2000, Forestry Res. Inst. Ibadan, Nigeria

42. Adebambo Olufunmilayo (2000): Enhancing Animal Productivity through Biotechnology. Invited paper presented at the 25th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Animal Production 19-23 March 2000. Univ. of Agriculture. Umudike, Nigeria. 25th Ann. Conf. Proc. pp 8- 17

43. Adebambo Olufunmilayo (2004). Animal Genetics and Quality of Life. Plenary paper presented at the 29th Annual Conference of the Genetics Society of Nigeria. Oct 11-14, 2004, Univ of Agric. Abeokuta, Nigeria. pp 42 – 53.

44. Adebambo Olufunmilayo (2005). Indigenous Poultry breeds genetic improvement for meat and eggs. Proc of the 1st Nigerian International Poultry Science Summit 20-25 Feb. 2005 Ota, Nigeria: pp 1-8.

45. Adebambo Olufunmilayo A. (2005) The role of HOD’s and the Senate in the University system. University’s Research and Development Centre Workshop for newly appointed Academic Staff and Heads of Departments Oct. 2005 Univ. of Agric. Abeokuta

46. Adebambo Olufunmilayo A. (2006). Empowering the girl child through role modeling. Plenary paper presented at the forum for African Women Educationists. Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba, 29th August 2006.

47. Adebambo Olufunmilayo (2007) Repositioning Vocational and Technical Education for Socio- Political and Economic Reforms. Federal College of Education, Osiele, ogun State, Nigeria

48. Adebambo Olufunmilayo. (2008). Security alert awareness in Ogun State: Role of Citizens and Security Agencies. Security and Socio- economic Dimensions. Paper presented at the Ogun State Elders’ Consultative Forum Security Committee’s Zonal Workshop- Egba Division 11th Sept 2008 at Obas Complex, Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta.

49. Adebambo Olufunmilayo, J.L.Williams, A.O. Adebambo & O. Hanotte (2009): Sustainable Animal Agriculture in Developing Countries: Application of New Technologies. The 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Animal Agriculture (SAADC 2009) Kualar Lumpur Malaysia 8th -11th Nov 2009.

50. Adebambo A. Olufunmilayo (2010): Re-Engineering the Nigerian Immigration and Security Systems through DNA Database and DNA fingerprinting. Paper presented at the 1st DNA Fingerprinting Workshop at the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta Nigeria, 26-30th July 2010.

51. Adebambo A Olufunmilayo (2010): Genetics, Breeding and Food Security. Paper presented at the 34th Annual Conference of Genetics Society of Nigeria NIHORT Ibadan, 19th -24th Sept 2010.

52. Adebambo A. Olufunmilayo (2010): Concepts of DNA, RNA and Proteins in development: Paper presented at the 14th UNAAB Summer Course in biotechnology application. UNAAB Biotech Centre, 4th – 8th October 2010.

53. Adebambo Olufunmilayo (2011) e-Conference on Opportunities of poultry breeding programmes for family production in developing countries: The bird for the poor: IFAD-FAO International Network for family Poultry Development 24th Jan – 18th Feb 2011.

54. Adebambo Olufunmilayo A. (2011) Good Quality Day Old Chicks- A veritable tool to a successful Poultry Business. Paper presented at the Poultry Association of Nigeria, Ogun State Chapter, Farmers Interactive Session. 9th March 2011, Mowe Ogun State, Nigeria.

55. Agaviezor, B.O., Adebambo, O.A., Adefenwa, M.A., Okpeku, M., Peters, S.O., Ikeobi, C.O.N., Ozoje, M.O., Ilori, M., Wheto, M. De Donato, M. and Imumorin, I.G. 2011. Population genetic structure of Nigerian sheep based on microsatellite DNA markers. 19th International Conference on Plant and Animal Genomes (Plant and Animal Genomes XVII), San Diego, CA. January 14 -19. 2011.

56. Agaviezor, B.O., Adebambo, O.A., Adefenwa, M.A., Okpeku, M., Peters, S.O., Ikeobi, C.O.N., Ozoje, M.O., Ilori, M., Wheto, M., De Donato, M. and Imumorin, I.G. 2011. Mitochondrial DNA analysis of Nigerian sheep. 19th International Conference on Plant and Animal Genomes (Plant and Animal Genomes XVII), San Diego, CA. January 14 – 19. 2011.


CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS ATTENDED:

1. 1977: Heterosis in Milk Production and Performance of Crossbred Sows. 5th Ann. Conf. Soc. of Nigeria. Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria, January, 1977.

2. 1978: Efficiency of feed utilization for sow productivity. 5th Annual Conf. Nig. Soc. Animal Prod. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. March 1978.

3. 1978: Reproductive performance of the sow in relation to preweaning litter traits. 5th Annual Conf. Nig. Soc. Animal prod. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. March, 1978.

4. 1982:  87th Meeting of the British Society of Animal Production Harrogate. 29th to 31st March, 1982.

5. 1982: Breeding and Performance Testing for Beef Characteristics. 1st National Conf. On Beef Prod. Kaduna, July, 1982.

6. 1982: Evaluation of the Genetic Potential of Nigeria¢s Indigenous Pigs. 2nd World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock, Madrid, Spain. 8th – 11th October 1982.

7. 1983: Genetic and environment effect on litter productivity of Indigenous and Exotic pigs in Nigeria. 8th Annual Conf. Nig. Soc. Animal production, River State University of Tech., March 1982.
8. 1983: Towards Nigeria=s Food Self-Sufficiency. IAR & T¢s Contribution to Livestock. Internal Symposium IAR & T, June, 1983.

9. 1986: Pig Improvement and Development in the Tropics: The Application of Breeding and Genetics. An Invited Paper presented at the 1st International Conference of Pig Production in the Tropics. 4th – 8th, February 1986. University of NigeriaNsukka, Nigeria.

10. 1986: Increased Production of Animal Protein through the use of cassava in Nigeria. 6th May, 1986. National Cereals Research Institute, Ibadan, Nigeria.

11. 1986: Selective Breeding of the Nigerian Indigenous Pigs for the Rural Producer. 3rd World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock. Lincoln Nebraska, USA 1986.

12. 1988: The use of genetic markers in livestock improvement. Paper presented at the 15th Annual Conference of the Genetic Society of Nigeria. 7th-12th February 1988 at the National Root Crops Research Institute, Umudike, Imo State, Nigeria.

13. 1988:The use of Biochemical Markers in selecting for Immune Response Genes in Cattle. Paper presented at the 13th Annual Conf. of the Nig. Soc. For Animal Production. 20th – 24th March, 1988. University of Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria.

14. 1988: Local Sourcing for productive livestock species: The use of Polymorphic Genes in selection. Paper presented at the 14th Annual Conference of the Biotechnology Society of Nigeria. Vom, Plateau State, May, 1988.

15. 1989: Animal Improvement in developing countries. The Utilization of major genes. An Invited Paper presented at the International Seminar/Workshop on Biotechnologies on Animal Reproduction. 24th – 26th January, 1989 in Port-Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.

16. 1989: For more animal protein, Pig production is the answer. Paper presented at the 1st Livestock Workshop organized by the Directorate for Rural Development in Oyo State. 24th-27th April, 1989.

17. 1989:Conference on the programme of genetic conservation of rare breeds of livestock. Conventry U.K. Sept. 6th – 19th, 1989. Poster Presentation on the New Breeds from the Nigerian Indigenous Pigs, an attempt at the genetic conservation.

18. 1989:Conference on the application of Biotechnology to Livestock in Developing Countries. Edinburgh, U.K. Poster Presentation on Modern Technologies as essential ingredient for animal improvement in developing countries.

19. 1989: The potentials of Genetics now and the future in Nigeria. Invited paper presented at the Staff/Student Seminar of the Department of Animal Science, Ogun State University, 13th December, 1989. Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State.

20. 1990: Commercial Pig Production in Nigeria: Problems and Prospect. Paper presented at the Monthly Seminar for Staff of Obasanjo Farms Limited. 3rd March, 1990 Ota, Ogun State.

21. 1990: Available technologies in Livestock Production transferable to rural farmers in Ogun State. An invited paper presented at the Ogun State ADP/UNDP Workshop on Unified Extension service and improving the effectiveness of women in Agriculture. June 4th-8th 1990. Abeokuta, Ogun State.

22. 1990: Pig production in South West Nigeria in the Nineties: Prospects and Strategies. An Invited paper presented at the 2nd quarterly meeting of the livestock department of the Ogun State Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources. 27th June 1990, Abeokuta, Ogun State.

23. 1990: Improved Management Practices for Swine Zonal In-Service Training for Livestock Extension Workers. July 19th – 13th 1990. IAR & T Ibadan, NAERLS Prod. Pp. 104-111.

24. 1990: Constitution Drafting Meeting of the World Fund for the Genetic Conservation of Domestic Animal Resources. July 1990, Edinburgh, Scotland.

25. 1991: Insurance of Sheep and Goats: Problems and Prospects. An Invited Paper presented at the Colloquium on integrated small stock of animal into National Agriculture Insurance Scheme, NAIC, Feb. 28th – March 1st, 1991, Zaria.

26. 1991: Swine and Rabbit Production: Risks and Insurance. An Invited Paper presented at the Colloquium on Integrated Small Stock of Animal into National Agricultural Insurance Scheme. NAIC, February 28th – March 1st, 1991. Zaria.

27. 1991: Self-Sufficiency in Livestock Production: The journey so far. An Invited Paper presented at the symposium on the 5th Anniversary of Ogun State ADP. 27th February 1991, Abeokuta.

28. 1991: Genetics: Its global implication and research trend in Nigeria. August 11-15th, 1991, NIF0R, Benin City.

29. 1991: African breeds of Livestock: their genetic status and conservation. An Invited Paper presented at the 2nd World Conf. on Genetic Conservation and rare breeds survival. 21 – 25th August, 1991. Budapest, Hungary.

30. 1991: Drafting of the National Livestock Breeding Policy. 13th-14th June, 1991, Kaduna.

31. 1992: Proposed Animal Breeding Programmes in Nigeria. Paper presented at the Workshop on the Characterization of African Livestock Breeds, February 20th – 22nd, 1992. ILCA Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

32. 1994: Characterization and Conservation of Nigeria’s Indigenous Domestic Livestock Genetic Resources. An Invited paper presented at the FAO/UNEP/ILCA Training Course on the Management of Genebanks and Databanks in Africa. 16-25th May 1994. ILCA Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

33. 1994: Agriculture in the year 2000: A Challenge for Geneticists. Presidential Address at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Genetic Society of Nigeria. 1-3 June, 1994.

34. 1995: Selection and Handling of pig breeds for profitable pig farming in Nigeria. Invited Paper presented at the National AERLS Workshop on Pig Production. 3-7th April, 1995.

35. 1995: The Nigerian Pig Industry: Development Efforts, Problems and Prospects. An Invited Keynote Address presented at the National AERLS Workshop on Pig Production in Nigeria. 3-7th April 1995, NCRI Conference Hall, Ibadan.

36. 1995: Biotechnology for Increased Animal Production. Key Note Address delivered at the 35th Science Association of Nigeria Conference. June 3-5th 1995. University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.

37. 1996: Successful Pig Production in Ogun State. Guest Lecture at the 1st Farmers Forum organised by the Ogun State Chapter of Veterinary Medical Association 28th – 29th September 1995, Ita Eko, Abeokuta.

38. 1998: Genetic variation in Nigeria’s Cattle breeds using 26 Microsatellite Markers. Silver Anniversary Conference of the Nigerian society for Animal Production. 21-26 March 1998, Abeokuta, Nigeria.

39. 1998: Biodiversity in the West African Dwarf breeds of Cattle, Sheep and Goats. Colloquim on Biodiversity of the Rain Forest Ecosystem of Nigeria FEPA/UNAAB Linkage for Forest Conservation and Biodiversity 8th –10th December 1998.Univ of Agric. Abeokuta, Nigeria.

40. 2000: Sustainable use of Animal Genetic Resources in Developing Countries: Workshop on Capacity Building in Animal Genetic Resources. Jan 24 – 26, 2000: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

41. 2000: Sustainable Fish and Livestock production in enhancing productivity and poverty alleviation in Nigeria. Invited paper presented at the Workshop on Poverty alleviation in SW Nigeria. Feb 2000, Forestry Res. Inst. Ibadan, Nigeria

42. 2000:Enhancing Animal Productivity through Biotechnology. Invited paper presented at the 25th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Animal Production 19-23 March 2000. Univ. Of Agric. Umudike, Nigeria.

43. 2004 Animal Genetics and Quality of life. Invited paper presented at the 29th Annual conference of the Genetics Society of Nigeria, 11 – 14 October 2004, Abeokuta pp 42 – 53.

44. 2005 Indigenous poultry breeds genetic improvement for meat and eggs. Ist Nigeria International Poultry Summit (NIPS) Feb 20-25 2005 Ota Ogun State. Nigeria.

45. 2005 The role of HOD’s and the Senate in the University system. University’s Research and Development Centre Workshop for newly appointed academic staff and Heads of Departments Oct. 2005 Univ. of Agric. Abeokuta.

46. 2006. Empowering the girl child through role modeling. The forum for African Women Educationists, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba. 28-30th Aug. 2006.

47. 2009 3rd Nigeria International Poultry Summit (NIPS) Feb 19-22, 2009 Abeokuta, Ogun State,Nigeria

48. 2009: UNESCO World Conference on Higher Education, 4th to 9th July 2009 Paris, France

49. 2009 National Institute of Animal Science, National Stake Holders’ workshop on Maximizing the Value Chain in Animal Production and Technology; Sheraton Abuja Hotel, Abuja Aug 24-25, 2009.

50. 2009 Second International Conference on Sustainable Animal Agriculture for developing countries Corus Hotel, Kuala Lumpur 8th – 11th November 2009

51. 2010: 1st DNA Fingerprinting Workshop at the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta Nigeria, 26-30th July 2010.

52. 2010: 34th Annual Conference Genetics Society of Nigeria NIHORT, Ibadan, Nigeria 19-24th Sept 2010

53. 2010: 14th UNAAB Summer Course in biotechnology application. UNAAB Biotech Centre, 4th – 8th October 2010.

54. 2010: National Feed Millers Summit on Good Feed Manufacturing Practice for Animal Feed Safety 26-27 Oct.2010 Jogor Centre, Ibadan Nigeria.

55. 2010: The First International Pig Production Summit, November 23-24 2010, I.A.R.&T. Ibadan, Nigeria

56. 2010: 1st National Dairy Stakeholders Workshop, Merit House, Maitama, Abuja. 9th Dec. 2010

57. 2011: 1st African International Poultry Summit, 20th -24th February 2011, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria

58. 2011:Poultry Association of Nigeria, Ogun State Chapter (PANOG), Poultry Interactive Session on Quality Day Old Chicks, a veritable tool to successful Poultry Rearing. 9th March 2011, Mowe, Ogun State, Nigeria

59. 2011: Artificial Insemination in Pigs: Clinical trial product demonstration March 23rd, 2011, Ministry of Agriculture, Oko Oba, Agege Lagos State.

60. 2011: 7th European Symposium on Poultry Genetics. Peebles Hydro Hotel, Scotland. 5th -7th October 2011

61. 2012: 2012 AMREC Pre-Season Training Workshop. ColVet Auditorium Fed. Univ. of Agric. Abeokuta. 27th March 2012

 

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