Prof.

ADEBAMBO Ayotunde Olutumininu 

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Prof. Adebambo Ayotunde Olutumininu is a Professor in the Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics (ABG), Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB). He guides the Department in its objective of poverty alleviation of the rural populace and enhancement of conservatory programme through determination of genetic control of quantitative traits in crossbred meat type chickens and the combination of strains to determine superiority. He is responsible for teaching, research, archiving, accumulation, arrangement and analysis of all data collected by both undergraduate and postgraduate students.
He graduated from the Premier University of Ibadan in 1998 and joined the service of FUNAAB in 2001 as a Graduate Assistant. He rose through the ranks of Graduate Assistant to Reader in 2014.
Over the last one and half decade at FUNAAB, Prof. Adebambo has been carrying out research activities, supervising and training of students on new methodologies in breeding, quantitative, molecular genetics, extension of new found results and testing of germ plasm on local production systems in Nigeria.

He has won so many award which include: Fellow Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action (MSCA), Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE). European Commission project on “Blood Test for Clinical Therapy Guidance of Non-small Cell Lung Cancer Patients” (LungCARD). Jan. 2017 – Ongoing; The Bill and Melinda Gates Program for Emerging Agricultural Research Leaders (PEARL) awards. Oct. 2014 – 2017; C.V. Raman International Fellowship for African Researchers grant for 6 months postdoctoral study in Genome wide association study of Mithun (Bos frontalis). Jul. 2013 – Dec. 2013; Recipient of the Science and Technology Education in Post Basic Project (STEP-B) grant for 3 months training in Genome wide association study of Nigerian indigenous chicken at University of Nottingham funded by World Bank on Biotechnologies applicable to Agricultural production in Nigeria. Dec. 2012 – Feb. 2013; Recipient of the Institute of Food Security, Environmental Resources and Agricultural Research (IFSERAR), University of Agriculture, Abeokuta grant to carry out characterization of Nigerian indigenous chicken ecotypes using microsatellite markers; Recipient of the Science and Technology Education in Post Basic Project (STEP-B) grant for ongoing research project funded by World Bank on Biotechnologies applicable to Agricultural production in Nigeria; Outstanding Research Award for the presentation of a research project of high standard and relevance to national development at the 1st Nigerian universities research and development fair held at Abuja, 22nd to 25th November, 2004; Outstanding Research Award for the presentation of a research project of high standard and relevance to national development at the 2nd Nigerian universities research and development fair held at Abuja, December, 2005. He has 23 publications in learned journals and has written 5 textbooks. He has also supervised 65 undergraduate project students and 19 postgraduate project students. He has successfully developed 2 indigenous layer and 2 indigenous broiler hybrids for the Nigerian market (ALPHA BROWN PULLETS & ALPHA WHITE BROILERS). He is an expert in in vitro molecular techniques, Statistical and database software skills. Prof. Adebambo is a member of Genetics Society of Nigeria, Nigerian Society for Animal Production, World’s Poultry Science Association, Nigerian branch, Animal Science Association of Nigeria, World Academy of Young Scientists, NigBiotechNet group.
Prof. Adebambo is currently working on stabilizing lines of improved indigenous chickens and genome wide association studies and population structure of indigenous livestock breeds using SNPs chips.

Ph.D             University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Ph.D. in Animal Breeding and Genetics      2003 – 2008

M. Agric.       University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. M.Sc. In Animal Breeding and Genetics  2000 – 2002

B. Agric.        University of Ibadan. B.Sc. (Hons) Animal Science (second upper)          1992 – 1998

My main field of research is Animal Breeding and Molecular Genetics.

Completed:

Characterization of Nigerian indigenous chicken using D-loop region of mitochondrial DNA.
Improvement of Nigerian indigenous chicken to di and tri-hybrid crosses for meat.

 
Research in progress

  • Execution of biotechnology practice in ambient tropical conditions testing different reagents and consumables
  • Circulating cancer cell enrichment using physical and antibody based methods
  • Genome-wide structure and diversity of non-pedigree Nigerian indigenous l ivestock populations: Adebambo A.O., O. Hanotte
  1. Fellow Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action (MSCA), Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE). European Commission project on “Blood Test for Clinical Therapy Guidance of Non-small Cell Lung Cancer Patients” (LungCARD). 2017 – Ongoing.

Training at STAB VIDA Genetics Laboratory, Caparica, Portugal on cancer variants detection using Sanger sequencing and Fragment analysis. Ion Torrent sequencing, Point-of-care technology, Lab-on-a-chip technology – April 2017

Training at Universidade De Tras-Os-Montes E Alto Douro, Vila Real, Porto, Portugal in

karyogenomics, cell culture, real-time PCR technology for High Resolution Meltdown analysis, quantitative PCR analyis, Oxford Nanopore MinION sequencing Technology – April-June, 2018

Training at Centre for Medical Genomics – OMICRON, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland on Gene expression analysis, Illumina and Ion Torrent sequencing. – July 2018

  1. Recipient of the Bill and Melinda Gates Program for Emerging Agricultural Research Leaders (PEARL) Oct. 2014 – 2017.
  1. Recipient of the C.V. Raman International Fellowship for African Researchers grant for 6 months postdoctoral study in Genome wide association study of Mithun (Bos frontalis). Jul. 2013 – Dec.
  1. Recipient of the Science and Technology Education in Post Basic  Project  (STEP-B)  grant  for  3  months training in Genome wide association study of Nigerian indigenous chicken at University of Nottingham funded by World Bank on Biotechnologies applicable to Agricultural production in Nigeria. Dec. 2012 – Feb.
  1. Recipient of the Institute of Food Security, Environmental Resources and Agricultural Research (IFSERAR), University of Agriculture, Abeokuta grant to carry out characterization of Nigerian indigenous chicken ecotypes using microsatellite
  1. Recipient of the Science and Technology Education in Post  Basic  Project  (STEP-B)  grant  for  ongoing research project funded by World Bank on Biotechnologies applicable to Agricultural production in
  1. Recipient of the award to characterize the Nigerian indigenous chicken. Funded by International Livestock Research Institute, Kenya. Under the supervision of Dr. Olivier Hanotte Project Leader BT02, Animal Genetic Resources. 2006-
  1. Member of the group that obtained Outstanding Research Award for the presentation of a research project of high standard and relevance to national development at the 1st Nigerian universities research and development fair held at Abuja, 22nd to 25th November, 2004
  2. Member of the group that obtained Outstanding Research Award for the presentation of a research project of high standard and relevance to national development at the 2nd Nigerian universities research and development fair held at Abuja, December,

Head of Department

  1. Member, Genetics Society of Nigeria (GSN)
  2. Member, Nigerian Society for Animal Production (NSAP)
  3. Member, World’s Poultry Science Association, Nigerian branch.
  4. Member, Animal Science Association of Nigeria (ASAN)
  5. Member, UNAAB Biotechnology Group.
  6. Member, World Academy of Young Scientists. (WAYS)
  7. Member, NigBiotechNet group
  1. Adebambo A. O., Ozoje M. O., Anumuda C. O., and Peters S. O. (2002). Visible genetic profiles and phenotypic variations in the West African Dwarf Goats. In proceedings of the 7th Annual Conference of Animal Science Association of Nigeria. 16th – 19th September, 2002. University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Pp: 4 –

 

  1. A. O., Adedeji A. E., Ikeobi C. O. N., Ozoje M. O. and Adebambo O. A. (2004). Potassium allelism and egg traits among exotic and local chicken types. In proceedings of the 29th Annual Conference of the Genetics Society of Nigeria. 11th – 14th October, 2004. Pp: 110 –112.
  2. Adebambo A. O., Fagbenro O. I., Fagite S. O., Ikeobi O. N., Adebambo Funmi. (2005). Preliminary assessment of growth and reproductive data of three strains of chicken for broiler development in Nigeria. In the proceedings of the 1st Nigerian International Poultry Science Conference. 28th March – 1st April, 2005. Pp: 9-11
  3. A. O. (2006). Development of UNAAB Alpha broilers (improved indigenous broiler breeds) bred with tropical chicken genes for better adaptability and tastier meat. In  New  Horizons  in  specialist extension support system in Nigeria, the proceedings  of  the  2005  in-house  research extension review meeting. Agriculture, media resources and extension centre, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. 13th September, 2005. Pp 89-94
  4. Akanni, K.T., Adebambo, A. O., Ozoje, M. O., Adebambo, Funmilayo. 2008. Comparative laying performance in pure and crossbred chickens in South Western   In  the  13th  Annual  Conference proceedings of Animal Science Association of Nigeria. 15th – 19th September, 2008.
  5. Adebambo A. O., Mwacharo M. and Hanotte O. 2009. Characterization of Nigerian Indigenous Chicken Ecotypes Using Microsatellite Markers. Paper presentation during the 3rd Nigeria’s International Poultry Summit, 22 – 26 February 2009 at Dheb Michael Events and Halls, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria.

 

  1. Jayeoba,W. A. and Adebambo, A. O. Molecular genetics: conservation tool for endangered wild animal species. Presentation at the 34th Nigerian Society for Animal Production Conference (NSAP), 15th to the 18th March, 2009 at the University of Uyo, Uyo Akwa Ibom State.
  2. Adebambo Olufunmilayo, J.L.Williams, O. Adebambo and O. Hanotte. 2009. Sustainable Animal Agriculture in Developing Countries: Application of New Technologies. Oral presentation at the 2ndInternational Conference on Sustainable Animal Agriculture (SAADC2009) Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 8th

-11th Nov 2009. Pp 117-119.

  1. Adebambo, A.O., Vincenzo Landi, Amparo Martinez, J.M. Mwacharo, Juan Vicente Delgado Bermejo, Olufunmilayo Adebambo, O. Hanotte. 2011. Genetic evaluation of Spanish and  Nigerian  chickens using microsatellite markers. Poster presentation at the 7th European Symposium on Poultry Genetics 5

– 7th October 2011, Peebles Hydro, near Edinburgh. http://www.roslin.ed.ac.uk/7espg/assets/7espg- edited-proceedings.pdf. Pg 51.

  1. Odunlade A.K., Adebambo A.O. and Ozoje P.O. 2011. The effect of Azadirachta indica on the reproductive functions of male Albino rats. The 11th Annual Scientific conference of  Nigerian Society  of Experimental Biology.

 

  1. Vincenzo Landi, Nini Johana Vivas Ascue, Mayra Gomez, Tumininu Adebambo, Juan Vincente Delgado, Amparo Martinez. 2013. Genetics footprint of Canary hair sheep in South American sheep breeds. Italian Journal of Animal Science 2013; volume 12: supplement 1. 20th Congress of Animal Science and Production Association.
  1. Adeoye, R.A., Osikomaya, O.A., Adebambo, A.O., Vincenzo Landi, Mwacharo, J.M., Durosaro, S.O., Ilori, B.M., Adebambo A.O. and Hanotte, O. 2013. Frequencies of some morphological features in indigenous chickens of South-western Nigeria. 2013. Paper presentation at the 18th Annual Conference of Animal Science Association of Nigeria held at September 8th to 13th, 2013. Pp 36-39.
  2. Raman A. Lawal, O. Adebambo, Takele T. Desta, David Wragg, Olivier Hanotte. 2014. Genetic differentiation of Ethiopian and Nigerian village chicken. Poster presentation at the Poultry Genetics Group meeting, POPGROUP47, Bath. January 7-10, 2014.

http://www.populationgeneticsgroup.org/uploads/PGG47BathProgramme.pdf

 

  1. Bemji, M.N., Awotunde, E.O, Olowofeso, O. and Adebambo A.O. Phylogenetic relationships among two Nigerian goat breeds and Kalahari Red goat of South Africa. Poster presentation at the 10thWorld Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Vancouver B.C. Canada. August 17-22, 2014. https://asas.org/docs/default-source/wcgalp- posters/870_paper_3625_manuscript_31_0.pdf?sfvrsn=2

 

  1. Wheto, M. Adeleke, M.A., Adebambo, A.O., Durosaro, S.O., Sanda, A.J., Adenaike, A.S., Ikeobi,

C.O.N. and Adebambo, O.A. 2015. Growth hormone gene polymorphism and its effect on carcass traits of normal feathered indigenous chicken. Proceedings of Nigeria International poultry summit held at University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria. 10-14.

  1. Adebambo O, Adebambo A, Adeleke M., Adeleye A., Adetunji A., Ajayi F., Akinola W, Alabi O, Dessie T, Ikeobi C, Ogundu U, Ojoawo H, Osinbowale D, Ozoje M. Peters S, Sonaiya B, Wheto M. Yakubu A, 2018. Genetic conservation through effective utilization of the improved indigenous chicken breeds by rural households in Nigeria. Proceedings of the world congress on genetics applied to livestock production : 1117

Books

 1. Adebambo, Olufunmilayo, A. O. Adebambo, A. O. K. Adesehinwa. 2010. Pig breeding feeding and fattening a module for small scale production. College of Animal Science and livestock Production, university of Agriculture, Abeokuta. ISBN: 978-978-906-991-0. pp

 

  1. Adebambo, Olufunmilayo, O. Adebambo, M. A. Adeleke. 2010. Illustrative glossary of genetic terms. College of Animal Science and livestock Production, university of Agriculture, Abeokuta. ISBN: 978-978-49681-9-5. pp 77.

 

  1. Adebambo Olufunmilayo, Daisy Eruvbetine, O. Adebambo, M. A. Adeleke, E. S. Ajibola, A. O. Ajayi. 2011. Poultry breeding, feeding and hatchery management. College of Animal Science and livestock Production, university of Agriculture, Abeokuta. ISBN: 978-978-49681-8-8. pp 157.

 

  1. Adebambo, Olufunmilayo, A., and Adebambo Ayotunde, O. 2013. DNA, Genes and Proteins in Introductory Biotechnology.              Tertiary              educational             trust (TETFUND) TETF/ESSD/FUOA/ABEOKUTA/AMB/11 & 12/01. ISBN: 978-078-809-3.

 

  1. Olowofeso, O., Durosaro, S. O., Ozoje, M. O., Ikeobi, C. O. N., Adebambo, O. A., Omeje, S.S. , Adeleke, M. A., Adebambo, A. O., Bemji, M. N. and Sanda, A. J. (2013c): Animal breeding in Nigeria: current challenges and future prospects. In Animal Breeding & Feeding in Nigeria. Occasional Scientific Publications for Nigeria’s Agricultural Transformation Agenda. Chapter 3(1): 96-102. Publisher: University of Nigeria, Nsukka, NIGERIA. ISBN: 978-978-8446-32-3, (360pp).

Thesis and Dissertation
 

  1. Adebambo, A. O. 1998. Effect of Palm Kernel Cake and Wheat Offal in the diet on feed volume and performance of laying birds. B.Sc. Project; Department of Animal Science, University of
  1. Adebambo, A. O. 2002. Evaluation of the Genetic Variation among Growth traits of Indian and Nigerian chicken genotypes. M. Agric. Dissertation;  Department  of  Animal  Breeding  and  Genetics,  University of Agriculture,
  1. Adebambo, A. O. 2008. Genetic variations and combining abilities in the performance of pure and crossbred meat type chickens. Ph.D. Thesis; Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics, University of Agriculture,

Publications in peer reviewed journals

  1. Adebambo, M. O. Ozoje, S. S. Abiola and Funmi Adebambo (2006). Analysis  of  the  Growth Curves of Indian and Nigerian Chicken  Ecotypes  In  The Humid  Tropics.  ASSET journal series A. 6 (1): 103-110.

 

  1. O. Adebambo, M. O. Ozoje, S. S. Abiola and Funmi Adebambo (2006). Genetic variations in the growth performance of Giriraja, Indian White Leghorn and improved indigenous chicken genotypes in South-West Nigeria.            Nigerian            Journal            of            Genetics.            20: 9-21.

http://ajol.info/index.php/njg/article/view/42247

 

  1. Adebambo, A. O., Ikeobi, C. O. N., Ozoje, M. O., Oduguwa, O. O. and Adebambo, Olufunmilayo A. (2007). Estimate of some genetic parameters of growth traits among pure and crossbred meat type chickens. Nig. J.Genet. Vol 21: 67-85.

 

  1. Adebambo, A. O., Ikeobi, C. O. N., Ozoje, M. O., Oduguwa, O. O. and Adebambo, Olufunmilayo A. (2008). Genetic variation in feed efficiency among pure and crossbred meat type chickens. Nigerian Poultry Science. Journal. Vol 5 (2): 61-69.

 

  1. Adebambo, A. O., Ikeobi, C. O. N., Ozoje, M. O. and Adebambo, Olufunmilayo A. (2009). Variation in growth performance of pure and crossbred meat type chickens. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production. 36 (2). (211-227)

 

  1. Adebambo, A. O. and the chicken diversity consortium (2009). Mitochondrial DNA D-loop analysis of South Western Nigerian chicken. Archivos Zootecnia. Vol 58. Num 224. 637-643. http://www.uco.es/organiza/servicios/publica/az/php/img/web/07_12_20_01MitochondrialAde pdf

 

  1. Akanni, K.T., Adebambo, A. O., Ozoje, M. O., Adebambo, Funmilayo. (2009). Comparative laying performance in pure and crossbred chickens in South Western Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Science and Agricultural Education. Vol. 1 (1): 76-87.

 

  1. Adebambo, A.O., Mobegi, V.A., Mwacharo, J.M., Oladejo, B.M., Adewale, R.A., Ilori, L.O., Makanjuola, B.O., Afolayan Oluwabukola, G. Bjørnstad, G., Jianlin, H and    Hanotte,  O.  2010.  Lack of Phylogeographic Structure in Nigerian Village Chickens Revealed by Mitochondrial D-loop Sequence Analysis. International Journal of Poultry Science 9 (5): 503-507.

http://www.pjbs.org/ijps/fin1670.pdf

 

  1. Adebambo, A. O., M.A. Adeleke, M. Whetto, S.O. Peters, C. O. N. Ikeobi, M. O. Ozoje, O.O., Oduguwa, Olufunmilayo A. Adebambo. (2010). Combining abilities of carcass traits among pure and crossbred meat type chickens. International Journal of Poultry Science 9 (8):777- http://www.pjbs.org/ijps/fin1770.pdf.

 

  1. Adebambo, A.O., Olufunmilayo Adebambo, L. Williams, Sara Blott and Barbara Urquart. (2011). Genetic distance between two popular Nigerian goat breeds used for milk production. Livestock research for rural development. 23 (02). http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd23/2/adeb23026.htm

 

  1. Adebambo, A. O. Combining Abilities among Four Breeds of Chicken for Feed Efficiency Variation: A Preliminary Assessment for Chicken Improvement in Nigeria. Tropical Animal Health and Production. Volume 43, Number 8,1465-1466, DOI: 10.1007/s11250-011-9844-y. http://www.springerlink.com/content/2730121p7323q023/.
  1. Adeleke, M.A., Peters, S.O. Ozoje, M.O., Ikeobi, C.O.N., Adebambo, A.O., Olowofeso, O.O., Bamgbose, M. and Adebambo, O.A. 2011. A preliminary screening of genetic linkage of Nigerian

local chickens based on blood protein polymorphisms. Animal Genetic Resources Information. Animal Genetic Resources. 48: 23-28. http://www.fao.org/docrep/014/i2200t/i2200t04.pdf

 

  1. Adebambo, A. O., C. O. N. Ikeobi, M. O. Ozoje, O. O., Oduguwa, Olufunmilayo A. Adebambo. 2011. Combining abilities  of  growth  traits  among  pure  and  crossbred  meat type Archivos Zootecnia.               Vol                              60.                              232: 953-963.

http://www.uco.es/organiza/servicios/publica/az/php/img/web/18_19_13_12CombiningAdeba mbo.pdf

 

  1. Adebambo, A. O., Wheto, M., Adeleke, M.A., Ikeobi, C. O. N., Ozoje, M. O. and Adebambo, Olufunmilayo A. 2012. Genetic control of carcass traits among Nigerian pure and crossbred meat type chickens. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production. 39 (1). (13-30)
  2. Agbebi O.T., Ilaboya Deborah, Adebambo A.O. Preliminary characterization of genetic strains in clariid species, clarias gariepinus and heterobranchus bidorsalis usingmicrosatellite markers. African Journal of                 Biotechnology.                  V0l                 12.                 4:         364-369

http://www.academicjournals.org/ajb/PDF/pdf2013/23Jan/Agbebi%20et%20al.pdf

  1. Odunlade A.K., Adebambo O.A., Osinowo A.O., Ozoje M.O., Adebambo A. O, Odeyemi O.A. Genotoxic of Azadirachta lndica on the Reproductive Functions of Male Albino Rats. International Journal of             Natural             Products             Research             2014;             4(1):          1-5.

http://www.urpjournals.com/tocjnls/21_14v4i1_1.pdf

 

  1. Amusan, S.A., Ikeobi, C. O. N., Adebambo, A. O., Agaviezor, B.O., Wheto, M., Durosaro, S.O. Adeleke, Adenaike, A.S., Ilori, B.M., Adedeji, T.A. and Adebambo, Olufunmilayo A. 2013. Effect of chicken genotype on growth performance and feed consumption in the development of broiler linesNigerian Journal of Animal Production. 40 (2). (1-6)

 

  1. O. Adebambo, R.A. Adeoye, O.A. Osikomaya, S.O. Durosaro, B.M. Ilori, M. Whetto and O.A. Adebambo. 2015. Frequencies of Some Morphological Features in Indigenous Chickens of South- Western Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production. 42 (1). (4-10).

 

  1. Adekayode O. Sonibare, Adeniyi O. Egbetade, Ezekiel O. Omoshaba, Hussein A. Kumshe and Ayotunde
  2. Adebambo. 2014. Selected plasma biochemical parameters in improved indigenous NIGERHYB pigs in Southwestern Nigeria. Biokemistri. International Journal of the Nigerian Society for Experimental Biology Vol. 26 (2) 31–35

 

  1. K. Odunlade, O.C. Nwaoha, O.O. Ashade, S.A Ojokuku, I.A. Taiwo, A. O Adebambo, A.A Adeoye. 2014. Teratogenic effect of the ethanolic leaf extract of Momordicafoetidaschum (Cucurbitaceae) on the morphology of foetal sprague dawley rats. Caribbean Journal of Science and TechnologyVol.2, 471-
  2. http://caribjscitech.com/wp- content/uploads/2014/06/A.K.-Odunlade-et-al-Carib.j.SciTech-2014- Vol.2-471-481.pdf
  1. T. Agbebi, S.O. Sofela, A.O. Adebambo and M.O. Awodiran, 2014. Evaluation of Protein Fractions of Indigenous Clariid Fish Species (Clarias gariepinus and Heterobranchus bidorsalis) and their Reciprocal Hybrids.                        Biotechnology,                        13: 289-294.

http://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=biotech.2014.289.294

 

  1. O. Durosaro, S.O. Peters, A.O. Adebambo, A.J. Sanda, O. Olowofeso, S.O. Osho and M.O. Ozoje. 2015. Computational identification of fertility functions of bovine Reprimo gene. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production. 42 (1). (12-19).
  1. Esther O. Awotunde , Martha N. Bemji , Olajide Olowofeso , Ikechukwu James , O. O. Ajayi, Ayotunde O. Adebambo. 2015. Mitochondrial DNA Sequence Analyses and Phylogenetic Relationships Among Two   Nigerian  Goat   Breeds   and   the  South   African Kalahari  Red. Animal Biotechnology.                                             Vol.     26, 180-187.

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10495398.2014.977907

 

  1. Muritala I., Afolayan O., Bemji M.N., Dadi O., Landi V., Martinez A., Delgado J.V., Adebambo O.A., Aina A.B.J. and Adebambo A.O. Genetic diversity and population structures of Nigerian indigenous goat using DNA microsatellite markers. Archivos Zootecnia. 64: 93-98. 2015. http://www.uco.es/organiza/servicios/publica/az/php/img/web/17_10_26_13_3337_9_FIN.pdf

 

  1. Damer P. Blake, Emily Clark, Sarah E. Macdonald, Venkatachalam Thenmozhi, Krishnendu Kundu, Rajat Garg, Isa D. Jatau, Simeon Ayoade, Fumiya Kawahara, Abdalgader Moftah, Adam James Reid, Ayotunde O. Adebambo, Ramón Álvarez Zapata, Arni S. R. Srinivasa Rao, Kumarasamy Thangaraj, Partha S. Banerjee, G. Dhinakar-Raj, M. Raman, and Fiona M. Tomley.  2015.  Population,  genetic,  and                            antigenic                         diversity          of         the apicomplexan Eimeria tenella and their relevance to vaccine development Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2015 ; published ahead of print September                        9,         2015, doi:10.1073/pnas.1506468112. http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2015/09/08/1506468112.full.pdf?sid=6ab6ad7c-f481-4ee8-ba9f- 2846f9cc4953
  1. Wheto, M., Ilori, B.M., Sanda, A.J., Adeleke, M.A., Durosaro, S.O., Adenaike, A.S., Adebambo, A.O., Ikeobi, C.O.N, Onagbesan, O.M., Ozoje, M.O. and Adebambo, A.O. 2015. Morphological characterization and evaluation of heat tolerance traits in Nigerian goat breeds. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production. ACCEPTED.

 

  1. Ilori, M., Akano, K., Durosaro, O. S., Adebambo, A. O. and Ozoje, M. O. 2016. Estimates of repeatability for growth traits of pure and crossbred turkeys in the tropicsNigerian Journal of Animal Production. Accepted February 09, 2016.

 

  1. Abdulhakeem Biola Ajibike, Babatunde Moses Ilori, Esther Oludayo Awotunde, Adeoye Ridwan Adegboyega, Ajoke Damilola Osinbowale, Matha N Bemji, Samuel Olutunde Durosaro, Ayotunde Oluwatumininu Adebambo. 2016. Genetic diversity and effect of selection at the mitochondrial hypervariable region in major Nigerian indigenous goat breeds. Accepted 14 Sep Published online                 18                 Jan                 2016.                 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5713/ajas.15.0775. http://www.ajas.info/upload/pdf/AJAS-15-0775- AOP.pdf
  1. Owagborioye, F.O., Dedeke, G.A., Ademolu, K.O. and Adebambo A.O. 2016. Bioaccumulation of heavy metals in Earthworms collected from abattoir soils as a measure of pollution. The Zoologist. Vol
  2. Published by Zoological Society of Nigeria (ZSN). Letter of acceptance dated November 27, 2016.
  1. Dedeke, G.A., Owagborioye, F.O., Adebambo A.O. and Ademolu, K.O. 2016. Earthworm Methalluthionein production as a biomarker of heavy metal pollution in Abattoir soils. Published by Elsevier. .Journal of Applied Soil Ecology. 104 (2016): 42-47.

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0929139316300476

  1. Agbebi O. T., C. Echefu, I. O. Adeosun, A. H. Ajibade, E. A. Adegbite, A. O. Adebambo, M. B. Ilori,
  2. O. Durosaro and A. B. Ajibike. 2016. Mitochondrial Diversity and Time Divergence of Commonly Cultured Cichlids in Nigeria. British Biotechnology Journal 13(2):1-7, 2016, Article no.BBJ.25470 ISSN: 2231–2927, NLM ID: 101616695 SCIENCEDOMAIN international. http://sciencedomain.org/download/MTQyNDNAQHBm
  1. Emily Clark, Sarah E. Macdonald, V. Thenmozhi, Krishnendu Kundu, Rajat Garg, Saroj Kumar, Simeon Ayoade, Kimberly M. Fornace, Isa Danladi Jatau, Abdalgader Moftah, Matthew J. Nolan, N. R. Sudhakar, A. O. Adebambo, I. A. Lawal, Ramón Álvarez Zapata, Joseph A. Awuni, H. David Chapman, Esron Karimuribo, Claire M. Mugasa, Boniface Namangala, Jonathan Rushton, Xun Suo, Kumarasamy Thangaraj, Arni S. R. Srinivasa Rao, Anup K. Tewari, Partha S. Banerjee, G. Dhinakar Raj, M. Raman, Fiona M. Tomley, Damer P. Blake. 2016. Cryptic Eimeria genotypes are common across  the southern but  not  northern hemisphere.        International    Journal for   Parasitology.                                                          Vol 46             (9)           537-544. www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0020751916301205/pdfft?md5=106b9672b1012c7627d57d1 e310ad5a3&pid=1-s2.0-S0020751916301205-main.pdf
  1. Babatunde Moses Ilori, Mathew Wheto, Samuel Olutunde Durosaro, Kayode Akano, Ayotunde Olutumininu Adebambo, Olufunmilayo Ayoka Adebambo. 2 Polymorphism of IGF-1 promoter and the UTR regions in Nigerian locally adapted chickens. Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare, Vol 6 (10). ISSN (Paper)  2224-3208  ISSN  (Online) 2225-093X. Accepted May 23, 2016. http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JBAH/article/view/30596
  1. Abdulhakeem Biola Ajibike, Babatunde Moses Ilori, Ridwan Adegboyega Adeoye, Samuel Olutunde Durosaro, Ajoke Damilola Osinbowale, Kayode Akano and Ayotunde Olutumininu Adebambo. 2016. Bottleneck and genetic diversity of Nigerian goat populations based on Microsatellite markers. Nigerian Journal of Genetics. 30&31: Accepted 11 June
  1. Babatunde Moses Ilori, Samuel Olutunde Durosaro, Ayotunde Olutumininu Adebambo, Kayode Akano Mathew Wheto, Abdulhakeem Biola Ajibike and Michael Ohiokhuaobo Ozoje. 2016. Genetic diversity of exon 3 of Tolll-like receptor 4 in Nigerian indigenous turkey. Nigerian Journal of Genetics. 30&31: Accepted 11 June
  1. Durosaro Samuel Olutunde, Taiwo O.T., Sanda Adeyinka Julius, Wheto Mathew, Babatunde Moses Ilori, Ayotunde Olutumininu Adebambo and Michael Ohiokhuaobo Ozoje. 2016. Comparison of non- linear growth models in describing the growth curve of Nigerian indigenous turkeys. Nigerian Journal of Genetics. 30&31: Accepted 11 June
  1. Marcel Amills, Amparo Martinez, Arianna Manunza, Juan Vicente Delgado, Vincenzo  Landi, Ayotunde Adebambo, Muritala ismaila, Juan Capote, Mabrouk El Ouni, Ahmed Elbeltagy, Asmaa Abushady, Salah Galal, Ainhoa Ferrando, Mariano Gomez, Agueda Pons, Bouabid Badaoui, Jordi Jordana, and Oriol Vidal. 2016. Detecting the existence of gene flow between Spanish and North African goats through a coalescent approach. Scientific Reports. Accepted 16 November, 2016
  2. Abdulhakeem B. Ajibike, Oluwagbemiga O. Adeleye, Babatunde M. Ilori, Damilola A. Osinbowale, Omolola A. Adeniyi, Samuel O. Durosaro, Adeyinka J. Sanda, Oluwafunmilayo A. Adebambo, Ayotunde O. Adebambo. 2017. Genetic diversity, phylogeographic structure and effect of selection at the Mitochondrial hypervariable region of Nigerian chicken populations. Journal of Genetics. Published by Indian Academy of Sciences. Accepted 17th March,

http://www.ias.ac.in/public/Resources/General/jgen/jgen-16- 730-ue.pdf

  1. Ajibike, Abdulhakeem Biola, Ilori, Babatunde Moses, Awotunde, Esther Oludayo, Adeoye, Ridwan Adegboyega, Osinbowale, Ajoke Damilola, Bemji, Matha N, Durosaro, Samuel Olutunde, Adebambo, Ayotunde Oluwatumininu. 2016. Genetic diversity and effect of selection at the mitochondrial hypervariable region in major Nigerian indigenous goat breeds. Accepted 14 Sep 2015. Published online 18 Jan 2016. https://www.ajas.info/m/journal/view.php?doi=10.5713/ajas.15.0775.
  1. Adebambo, A. O., Ogah, M., Ajibike, A. B., Ilori, B.M., Durosaro, S.O. 2017. Assessing genetic diversity and phylogeographic structure of duck Anas platyrhynchos. in Nigeria using mitochondrial DNA D-loop sequences. Nigerian journal of Biotechnology. Vol 33. 29Accepted 28th June
  2. Adebambo, A. O., Ajibike, A. B., Ilori, B.M., Akinola, O. S., Awodiya, B. M., Durosaro, S.O. and Wheto M. 2017. Mitochondrial DNA D-loop analysis of South-western Nigerian Pig Sus scorfa. population. Nigerian journal of Biotechnology. Vol 33. 29Accepted 30th June

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