Odedara O. O: Conferences Attended

MAJOR CONFERENCES ATTENDED WITH PAPERS READ

(a) 37th Annual National Conference of Nigerian Society for Plant Protection (NSPP). 06-10 May, 2012. Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. (Paper read: Incidence of viral infections in species of herbaceous legumes planted in South western Nigeria)

(b) 37th Annual National Conference of Nigerian Society for Plant Protection (NSPP). 06-10 May, 2012. Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. (Paper read: Assessment of okra for two viral disease problems in South western Nigeria)

(c). 33rd Annual National Conference of Nigerian Society for Microbiology 22-26, November, 2009. University of Osun (UNIOSUN), Osogbo, Nigeria.

(d) Third International Conference on Science and National Development. 24-27 November, 2008. Organized by College of Natural Sciences, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.

(e) Second International Conference on Science and National Development. 10-13, October, 2006.

(f) 29th Annual National Conference of Nigerian Society for Microbiology 6-10, November, 2005. University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. (Paper read: Occurrence of Cucumber mosaic virus latent infection in visually rated cowpea {Vigna unguiculata L.Walp} seedlings ).

(g) African Crop Science Conference October, 2001. Lagos, Nigeria. (Paper read: Evaluation of legume crops for seed transmitted viruses).

(h) International Conference of Plant Virology in sub Saharan Africa (PVSSA). International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA). November, 2001. Ibadan, Nigeria.

10. INFORMATION ON FELLOWSHIP, MASTER’S PROJECT AND PH.D THESIS SUPERVISED

(i) Fellowship

(a) Netherlands Fellowship Programme (NFP) for Training in Integrated Pest Management and Food Safety, Wageningen University and Research Centre, Netherlands. May 31-June 18, 2010.

(b) World Bank STEP-B Project on Workshop in Practical Biotechnology. University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. April, 2009.

9, �0 n�o� 0� b style=’mso-bidi-font-weight:normal’>Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection. 44(6); 547-557. Published by Taylor and Francis. Available online at http://www.tandfonline/doi/abs/ 10.1080/03235400903187352.

 

(7) Odedara, O.O., Ayo John, E.I., Bankole, M.T., Tinuala, B.G., Odetayo, O.D., Adebulehin, T.I., Adesomoju, O.D. & Imaku, E.O. (2011): Distribution of viruses on okra plants grown in southwestern Nigeria. Academic Journal of Plant Sciences. 4(1); 14-21. Published by International Digital Organization for Scientific Information (IDOSI Publications), Pakistan. Available online at http://www.idosi.org/ajps/4(1)11/4.pdf

(8) Odedara, O.O., Ayo John, E.I., Gbuyiro, M.M., Falade, F.O. & Agbebi, S.E. (2011): Serological detection of Yam viruses on farmers’ fields in Ogun State, Nigeria. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection. Published by Taylor and Francis, (Letter of Acceptance dated June 5, 2011).

(9) Odedara, O.O. & Memuletiwon, E.J. Microbial quality of some locally consumed herbal concoctions in Abeokuta metropolis, Nigeria. (2011): Agricultural Sciences, Science, Environment and Technology (ASSET), Published by University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. (Letter of Acceptance dated June 24, 2011). Online http://www.unaab.edu.ng/asset/

(10) Odedara, O.O., Hughes, J.d’A., Odebode, A.C. & Tarawali, A.S. Survey of viruses infecting forage legumes in Nigeria. (2011): Academic Journals of Plant Sciences. Published by International Digital Organization for Scientific Information (IDOSI Publications, Pakistan). Letter of acceptance dated May 1, 2011. Online http://www.idosi.org/ajps/

(11) Ayo John, E.I. & Odedara, O.O., Yekini, B., Raheem, N. & Oladokun, J. (2011): Occurrence of viruses infecting field-grown Tomato (Lycopersicon Lycopersicum Mill) in Ogun State, Southwest Nigeria. The Nigerian Journal of Horticultural Science. Volume 16: 1-8. Published by Horticultural Society of Nigeria, Ibadan, Nigeria. Online http//www.nihort.org/

(12) Ayo-John, E. & Odedara, O.O., Oni, O.P., Daniel, O., Liadi, A.O. & Akpogume, E (2012): Relative abundance of viral diseases of field grown pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) in a derived savannah zone of Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Plant Protection. (Letter of Acceptance dated June 30, 2012). Published by Nigerian Society for Plant Protection, Nigeria. Available online at http/www.nspp.org/

(C) Edited Conference Proceeding

(1) Odedara, O.O., Hughes, J.d’A, Tarawali, S.A. and Oladiran, O.A. (2001) Evaluation of legume crops for seed transmitted viruses African Crop Science Conference Proceedings Vol. 5: 347-350. Published by African Crop Science Society, Uganda.

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