Prof.

ALEGBELEYE Wilfred Oluwasegun 

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  •   PhD. University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria   – 2005
  •   M.Sc., Stirling University, Scotland                – 1983
  •  B.Sc., University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria   – 1982
  •  B.Sc., University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria   – 1979
  • Effect of fermentation on the nutritive value of castor oilseed (Ricinus communis) for Clarias gariepinus fingerlings.
  • Growth performance and body composition of Clarias gariepinus fingerling fed various levels of fermented Pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan).
  • Evaluation of  fermented Leucaena leucocephala seeds as dietary protein source in the diets for Clarias gariepinus fingerlings
  • University Scholarship  – 1977- 1979
  • Federal Government Scholarship   – 1982

Dean Postgraduate School

  • Member, Multi-disciplinary aquatic studies team (MAST)
  • Member, Nigerian Association of Aquatic Sciences (NAS)
  • Member, Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON)
  • Member, Nigerian Field
  • Member, Network of Tropical Aquaculture Scientists (NTAS)

Thesis and Dissertation:

(i) Ph.D Thesis- Growth performance and haematological profiles of Oreochromis niloticus [Lim. (Trewavas, 1983)] fingerlings fed differently processed cottonseed (Gossypium  hirsutum Linn.1735) meal.
(ii) M.Sc. Dissertation (1983) Nutritive value of three terrestrial worms for Oreochromis niloticus fingerlings.
(b) Books/Monographs and Chapter in Books: Nil
(c) Articles in Learned Journal:

  1. Awa, J.A. and Alegbeleye, W.O. (1991). Occurrence and Treatmenta of Cracked Skull Disease affecting Clarias species in Homestead Ponds in Lagos State, Nigeria. Journal of Fish Disease. 14:467-473.
  2. Alegbeleye, W.O., Adetayo, J.A. and Ogunmoroti, T.A. (1991). Simple Methods for Off-season Breeding of Clarias gariepinus. Aquabyte 4(2):3-4
  3. Oluwalana, S.O., Bankole, W., Bolaji, G.A., Martins, O. and Alegbeleye, W.O. (1999). Domestic Water Purification using Moringa oleifera Lam. The Nigerian Journal of Forestry. 29(1):28-32
  4. Alegbeleye, W.O., Adetayo, J.A., Dare, E.C. and Bankole, M.O. (2000). Preliminary Studies on the Suitability of Animal Waste (Poultry droppings and Cow dung) as sources of Nutrients in the Culture of  the Rotifer (Brachionus plicatilis). The Nigerian Journal of Forestry. 30(20): 62-65.
  5. Alegbeleye, W.O., Oresegun, A.O. and Omitoyin, O. (2001). Use of Bambara Groundnut (Vigna subterranea) meal in diets of Heteroclarias fingerlings. Moor Journal of Agricultural Research. 2: 54-59.
  6. Akegbejo-Samsons, Y. and Alegbeleye, W.O. (2001). Fisheries and Wildlife Status of Omo Biosphere Forest Reserve, Ogun State, Nigeria. The Nigerian Journal of Forestry.  31(2&1): 36-41.
  7. Agbon, A.O., Ofojekwu, P.C., Ezenwaka, I.S., Ezeri, G.N.O. and Alegbeleye, W.O. (2001). Acute Toxicity of Lindane on some Aquatic Organisms.  African Journal of Environmental  Studies. 2(2): 46-50.
  8. Agbon, A.O., Ofojekwu, P.C., Ezenwaka, I.S., and Alegbeleye, W.O. (2002). Acute Toxicity of Diazinon on Rotifers, Cyclops, Mosquito Larvae and Fish. Journal of Applied Sci.  Environ. Mgt. 6(1): 18-21. [Abstract]
  9. Agbon, A.O., Ezeri, G.N.O., Ikenweiwe, B.N., Alegbeleye, W.O., Oke, O. and Akomolede, D.T. 2002. A comparative study of different storage methods on the shelf-life of  smoke-cured fish. Journal of Aquatic Sciences. 17(2): 134-136. [Abstract]
  10. Oresegun, A. and Alegbeleye, W.O. (2002). Serum and tissue thiocyanate concentration in Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) fed cassava peel based diets supplemented with DL-Methionine. J. Aqua. Trop. 17(2): 93-100.
  11. Alegbeleye, W.O., Obasa, S.O. and Abdul, W.O. (2002). Evaluation of African yam bean (Sphenostylis stenocarpa hochst ex a rich) as a replacement for soybean in the diets of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) fingerlings. Asset Series A 2(2): 73-79.
  12.  Alegbeleye, W.O., Oresegun, A.O. and Ajittoni, O.D. (2002). Assessment of Jack Bean  (Canavalia ensiformis) meal as an ingredient in the diets for Clarias gariepinus (Burchell 1822) fingerlings. Asset Series A 2(2): 65-72.
  13. Obasa, S.O., Dada, A.A. and Alegbeleye, W.O. (2003). Evaluatin of  pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan) as a substitute for soya bean meal in the diet of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) fingerlings. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production. 30(2): 265-270.
  14. Alegbeleye, W.O., Oresegun, A., Akegbejo-Samsons, Y. and Obasa, S.O. 2004. Replacement of groundnut cake with rubber (Hevea brasiliensis) seed cake in diets for Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus). Journal of Aquatic Sciences. 19(1): 27-31
  15. Oresegun, A., Alegbeleye, W.O. and Oguntade, O.R. (2004). Growth response of Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) fed varying levels of cassava peel- based ration supplemented with DL- Methionine. Journal of Sustainable  Tropical Agricultural Research. 10: 26-30.
  16.  Obasa, S.O., Afekhowa, J.O., Alegbeleye,W.O. and Tolorunju. (2004). Growth and Nutrient Utilization of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) fed with Mucuna (Mucuna atterima) seed meal. Applied Fisheries & Aquaculture. IV (1): 37-41.
  17.  Alegbeleye, W.O., Odulate, D.O., Obasa, S.O. and George, F.O.A. (2006). Potential of toasted Lima bean (Phaseolus lunatus L) as a substitute for full fat soybean meal in the diets for Oreochromis niloticus fingerlings. Moor Journal of Agricultural Research. [Abstract]
  18. Alegbeleye, W.O. and O.Olude, (2008). An evaluation of diets containing various levels of  fermented cottonseed hull on digestibility and growth of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus L.) fingerlings. Asian Fisheries (In Press.).
  19. Olude, O.O., Alegbeleye, W.O. and S.O. Obasa. (2008). The use of soaked copra meal as a partial substitute for soybean meal in the diets of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus, L.) fingerlings. Livestock Research for Rural Development 20(10) 1-9.
  20. Akintayo, I.A.,Obasa, S.O. Alegbeleye, W.O. and A.M. Bamgbose. (2008). Evaluation of toasted sunflower (Helianthus annus) seed meal in the diets of African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) fingerlings. Livestock Research for Rural Development 20(10): 22-29.
  21. Obasa, S.O., Alegbeleye, W.O. and J.B. Amole. (2009). Dried Poultry Manure Meal as a Substitute for Soybean Meal in the Diets of African Catfish (Clarias gariepinus Burchell, 1822) Advanced fry. Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 9: 121-124.
  22. Paper in Edited/Referred Conference Proceedings:
    Ezenwa, B.I., Alegbeleye, W.O., Anyanwu, P.E. and Uzukwu, P.U. 1990. Cultivable fish seeds in Nigerian Coastal Waters: A research survey (1986-89). NIOMR Technical Paper No. 66.
  23.  Dare, E.C., Alegbeleye, W.O. and Anyanwu, P.E. 1995. Implications of coastal changes on coastal aquaculture in Nigeria. In: Proc. Int. Conf. “Coastal Change ’95. (E. Duursma Ed.). Bordomer-506, Bordeaux 10-16 Feb., 1995. Pp 385-389
  24. Alegbeleye, W.O., Dare, E.C., Adetayo, J.A. and Awa, J.N. 1995. Suitability of Poultry droppings as sources of Nutrient in the sustained Culture of a Cladocerans (Moina micrura Kurz 1874). In Proc. Conf.  Sustainable Utilization of Aquatic/Wetland Resources,NigerianAssociation for Aquatic Sciences. (Eds. S.O. Otubusin, G.N.O. Ezeri, O.A. Ugwumba, A.A.A. Ugwumba)149-154.
  25.  Alegbeleye, W.O. and Oresegun, O.A. 1995. Nutritive value of three terrestrial worms for Oreochromis niloticus fingerlings. In Proc. Conf.  Sustainable Utilization of Aquatic/Wetland Resources, Nigerian Association for Aquatic Sciences. (Eds. S.O.  Otubusin, G.N.O. Ezeri, O.A. Ugwumba, A.A.A. Ugwumba)165-177.
  26.   Alegbeleye, W.O., Obasa, S.O., Otubusin, S.O. and Ezeri, G.N.O. 2000. Partnership for sustainable utilization and conservation of Biodiversity: Fishery and Protected Area. In: BRAAF Seminar Proceedings: partnership in sustainable utilization and conservation of biodiversity in a protected area. (Ed. B.A. Ola-Adams). Pp 37-49.
  27.  Oluwalana, S.A., Alegbeleye, W.O. and Bankole, O. 1995. Reuse of excreta in Aquaculture in Asia: Lessons for Nigeria. In Proc. Conf.  Sustainable Utilization of Aquatic/Wetland Resources, Nigerian Association for Aquatic Sciences. (Eds. S.O. Otubusin, G.N.O. Ezeri, O.A. Ugwumba and A.A.A. Ugwumba).

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