PhD: Role of Stress in Armillaria root infections
MSc: Microorganisms associated with soyabeans (Glycine max) and a fermented soyabean product (daddawa)
BSc: Seed-borne fungi and bacteria of cereals in Plateau State, Nigeria
Articles in Academic journals
1. Popoola T.O.S. and Akueshi C.O. (1985). Microorganisms associated with the fermentation of soyabean for the production of soyabean daddawa a condiment. Nigerian Food Journal 3 194-196.
2. Popoola T.O.S. (1985). Traditional methods of food preservation (with emphasis on sun drying, smoking and salting). Euphorbia 5, 14-20.
3. Popoola T.O.S. and Akueshi C.O. (1986) Nutritional evaluation of Daddawa, a local spice made from soyabean (Glycine max). World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology (Mircen Journal), 2, 405-409.
4. Popoola T.O.S. and Akueshi C.O. (1986) Seed borne fungi and bacteria of Soyabean (Glycine max L. Merr.) in Nigeria. Seed Research 14(2), 170-176.
5. Fox. R.T.V. and Popoola T.O.S. (1990). Induction of fertile basidiocarps in Armillaria bulbosa. Mycologist 4 (2), 70-72.
6. Popoola, T.O.S. and Fox, R.T.V (1996). Effects of root damage on honey fungus. Arboricultural Journal 20, 329-337
7. Popoola, T.O.S. and Fox, R.T.V. (2000). Potential for the use of cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) powder as a substitute in media for the cultivation of Armillaria. African Journal of Natural Sciences. 3, 11-12
8. Popoola T.O.S. and Fox R.T.V. (2002). Infection of root pruned Black currant plants by Armillaria mellea and Armillaria gallica. Nigerian Journal of Science. 36(2), 147-152.
9. Popoola T.O.S and Fox, R.T.V (2003) Reduced light as a predisposing factor in root infections by Armillaria isolates. Nigerian Journal of Horticultural Science 8:19-27.
10. Popoola T.O.S and Fox R.T.V. (2003). In vitro growth response of Armillaria isolates to different carbohydrate sources. ASSET Series B, .2(2) 29-37.
11. Popoola T.O.S. and Fox R.T.V. (2003). Effects of defoliation on Black currant infection by Armillaria species. Moor Journal. of Agric. Research, 4(1) 111-117.
12. Popoola T.O.S. and Fox, R.T.V. (2003) Effect of water stress on infection by species of Honey Fungus (Armillaria mellea and Armillaria gallica). Arboricultural Journal. 27:139-154.
13. Afolabi, O.R Popoola T.O.S, (2004). Phytase activity of Lactobacillus plantarum strains from fufu – cassava fermented food. Tropical Science. 44: 85-87
14. Popoola, T.O.S, Jolaoso, A, and Afolabi R.O (2004). Microbiology of the production of Oso – a condiment made from fermenting seeds of Cathormion altissimum. Tropical Science 44: 88-90
15. Popoola, T.O.S, Jolaoso, A and Akintokun A.K. (2005). An assessment of the nutrient value of Oso – a condiment made by fermenting seeds of Cathormion altissimum. Journal of Food Technology 3(2) 149-151.
16. Akintokun, A. K. and Popoola, T.O.S. (2005). Prospect for the use of Lactic Acid Bacteria (Lactobacillus plantarum) for the control of post harvest rot of cassava. Advances in Plant Sciences. 18(1) 1-5
17. Akintokun, A. K. and Popoola, T.O.S. (2005).Effect of different carbohydrates on growth and production of polysaccharidase by Lasiodiplodia theobromae Pat. isolated from rotten Cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz.) roots.
Advances in Plant Sciences. 18(1), 7-11.
18. Afolabi, O.R and Popoola T.O.S. (2005). Effects of baobab pulp powder on the micro flora involved in Tempe fermentation. European Food Research & Technology. 220: 187-190. [Abstract]
19. Popoola, T.O.S, Jolaoso, A, Afolabi R.O, Akintokun, A. K. (2006). Microbiological studies on the production of Oso – A condiment made from fermenting seeds of Cathormion altissimum. Journal of Herbs Spices and Medicinal Plants 12 (1/2): 129-138.
20. Popoola, T.O.S and Yangomodou, O.D. (2006). Extraction, properties and utilisation potentials of Cassava seed oil. Biotechnology 5 (1): 38-41
21. Popoola, T.O.S, Ojo, D.A and Alabi, R.O. (2006). Prevalence of dermatophytosis in Junior Secondary School Children in Ogun State. Mycoses. 49(6) 499-454.
22. Kolapo, O, Popoola, T.O.S, Sanni, M.O. and Afolabi R.O (2007) Preservation of soybean daddawa with dicholoromethyl extract of ginger. Research Journal of Microbiology 2 (3) 254-259.
23 Kolapo A.L Popoola, T.O.S and Sanni, M.O. (2007). Evaluation of biochemical deterioration of locust bean daddawa and soybean daddawa – two Nigerian condiments. American Journal of Food Technology. 2(5): 440-445.
24. Popoola, T.O.S and Yangomodou O.D. (2007). Antimicrobial activity of cassava seed oil on skin pathogenic microorganisms. Research Journal of Medicinal Plants. 1(2): 60-64
25. Ojo D.A, Popoola, T. O. S and Orimakinde, O.F. (2007) In-vitro growth inhibition of some wound infecting and enteric pathogens by honey. Journal of Phyto pharmacotherapy and Natural Products. 1(1): 57-61.
26. Akintokun, A.K, Akande, G.A, Akintokun, P.O, Popoola, T.O.S and Babalola, A.O. (2007) Solubilization of insoluble phosphate by organic acid producing soil fungi isolated from Nigerian Soil. International Journal of Soil Science. 2(4): 301-307.
27. Popoola, T.O.S, Kolapo, A.L and O. R. Afolabi (2007) Changes in the functional properties as a measure of biochemical deterioration of stored soybean daddawa (Accepted for Publication in Acta Scientiarum Polonorum Technol. Aliment. 6(3) 51-59.
28. Popoola, T.O.S, Shittu, O.B and Lemo, O.O. (In Press). Physico-chemical changes and bacteriological deterioration of potable water with long-term storage (Accepted for publication by ASSET. 6(1) 2007
29. Otuonye, A.H, Adeoti, A.Y.A. Agbeniyi, S.O, Aikpokpodion, P.O. Enikuomehin, O and Popoola, T.O. (2007).Evaluation of the susceptibility of local germplasms in Nigeria to Phytophthora pod rot disease using the leaf discs technique. Journal of Food, Agric & Environ. 5: 327-329.
30. Akintokun, A.K., Akintokun, P.O., Popoola,T.O.S and Olatinwo, M.T. (In Press)
Solubilisation of rock phosphate by microorganisms isolated from the rhizosphere of soybean (Glycine max). Accepted for publication by International Journal of Agric Research
31 Popoola, T.O.S, Areo, V.O. Onakoya, T.M and Akintokun, A.K (In Press). Phytochemical analysis and in vitro antimicrobial activity of aqueous leaf extract of Ficus exasperata on some human pathogens (Accepted for publication by Journal of Phytopharmarcotherapy and Natural Products).