Prof. (Mrs.)

OMEMU Adebukunola Mobolaji 

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OMEMU Adebukunola Mobolaji (Nee ADESEMOWO) is a Professor of Food Microbiology and Safety in the Department of Hospitality and Tourism, College of Food Science and Human Ecology, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB). Prof Omemu had her first degree in Microbiology, M.Sc. and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Food and Industrial Microbiology

Prof Omemu started her academic career in FUNAAB as a Graduate Assistant in the Department of Microbiology. She was seconded to the Department of Food service and Tourism in 2012 and she became a Professor (Food Microbiology and Safety) in 2015. She served as the Ag. Head of Department in the department of Food service and Tourism from 2012 to 2014. When the department was renamed, she became the first Head of department, Hospitality and Tourism from 2014 to 2016. She then served as the first female Deputy Dean of the Post Graduate School, FUNAAB from 2016 to 2019. She is presently the first Female Dean of students, FUNAAB.

Her research focus is on the microbiology and safety of indigenous African foods; detection and control of food borne pathogens especially in street vended foods, food safety from farm to fork. She has several publications in reputable national and international Journals. She has collaborated actively with researchers in several other disciplines of food microbiology, food safety and nutrition.

She is one of the African woman scientists who won the two years African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD) Post Doctorate Fellowship (2010 to 2012)-a fellowship Programme for bridging the gender gap of leadership in Agricultural Research and development. She served as a Mentor in the MYCOE/SERVIR initiatives in West Africa and also in the AWARD-GRARD-FUNAAB Mentoring Program. She served as the Nigeria Assistant Program coordinator and facilitator in the ILSI-UGL-FUNAAB food safety training partnership which is a food safety training collaboration between International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI), University of Ghana and FUNAAB.

She has received several scholarships and fellowship to attend conferences and trainings. Some of these include the MASHAV Scholarship to participate in the International Post-graduate course at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel; NUFFIC fellowship to attend short courses at Wageningen, Netherlands; AWARD travel grant to attend and present a paper at the 16th World Congress of Food Science and Tech in Brazil; CAS-TWAS Fellowship to participate in Food Biotechnology Training Course in Beijing, China; CHEMRAWN Conference Award to participate and present papers in the CHEMRAWN XII Conference and SANERI Biofuels conference both held at University of Stellenbosch, South Africa.

She is a member of several professional bodies such as Nigerian Society of Microbiology (NSM), American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Society for Applied Microbiology, (SfAM), Nigerian Institute of Food Scientist (NISFT) and Hospitality and Tourism Management Association of Nigeria (HATMAN)

PhD, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta – 2006

M.Sc., University of Agriculture, Abeokuta – 1997

B.Sc, Ogun State University, Ago Iwoye – 1992

a) International Life Science Institute/UGH Fellowship to attend and participate in a short course on Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) System in University of Ghana, Legion. July 20-24, 2015.
b) Industry Council for Development/UGH Fellowship to attend and participate in Food Safety Training for Nutritionists and other Health Professionals in University of Ghana, Legion. July 14th to 24th, 2014.
c) Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) -The World Academy of Sciences (CAS-TWAS) Fellowship to participate in the 2013 Food Biotechnology Training Course for Developing Countries. Beijing, China. Nov. 29th to Dec. 5th, 2013.
d) MyCOE / SERVIR Fellowship as a Mentor: 2013 to 2014.
e) Post Doctorate Fellowship – 2010-2012 of the African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD)
f) Scholarship of the African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD) to attend Women’s Leadership and Management Course facilitated by Training Resources Group (TRG) USA; at Arusha, Tanzania. Sept. 12‐18, 2011.
g) Scholarship of the Division for International Cooperation of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (MASHAV), to participate in the International Post-graduate course on ‘Management of Agricultural Resources’ at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot Campus, Israel. May 8th – 28th, 2009.
h) Scholarship award by International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB) Trieste, Italy, to participate in the International Theoretical and Practical Course in Basic Molecular Biology Techniques for DNA Technology held at Biotech. Centre, FUNAAB, Nigeria. 12th – 18th July 2009.
i) Netherlands Fellowships Programme/Training programme (NFP/TP) to participate in a short course on Food safety and quality management in agrifood chain at WIIC, Wageningen, Netherlands. 3rd – 15th Nov, 2008.
j) Netherlands Fellowships to attend the Training programme on Governing food safety in International trade at WIIC, Netherlands. 20th- 31st Oct. 2008.
k) Conference Award to attend and participate in the CHEMRAWN XII Conference at University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, 5th – 6th December, 2007.
l) Conference Award to attend and participate in the SANERI Biofuels 2007 conference at University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. December, 2007.

Dean, Student Affairs

i. Member -Nigerian Society of Microbiology (NSM)
ii. Member -American Society for Microbiology (ASM)
iii. Member -Society for Applied Microbiology, (SfAM), UK
iv. Member -Society for General Microbiology, (SGM), UK
v. Member -Nigerian Institute of Food Scientist (NISFT)
vi. Member -Hospitality and Tourism Association Management Association of Nigeria (HATMAN)

i. 1st GHI World Congress on Food Safety and Security, which will be held in Leiden, The Netherlands on March 24-28, 2019.
ii. Young Microbiologists’ Conference 2017. Beyond Petri dishes: Capacity Building for Applied Research held at Babcock University, Ilishan-remo, Ogun-state, Nigeria. 27-28 June, 2017
iii. 5th NiWARD National conference and Cassava: adding value for Africa (CAVA) workshop. Hosted by FUNAAB and held at Park-in Radisson Hotel, Abeokuta, Nigeria. 12th -15th September, 2017
iv. International Conference of Food and Human Ecology (ICOFHEC) 2016. Held at FUNAAB. Nov 21st – 23rd , 2016
v. 16th IUFoST World Congress, Addressing Global Food Security and Wellness through Food Science and Technology, August 5-9, 2012 ; Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil.
vi. International Biotechnology Symposium (IBS) ‘Agro-Biotechnology and the attainment of Food Security in Africa’. 12th- 14th April, 2011 at Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria.
vii. 33rd Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Microbiology (NSM) at Osun State University, Oshogbo. 22nd–26th, Nov. 2009.
viii. 3nd International Conference on Science and National Development held at FUNAAB, Nigeria. Nov. 25-28, 2008.
ix. SANERI Biofuels 2007 conference at University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. December, 2007.
x. CHEMRAWN XII Conference, Stellenbosch, South Africa. Dec, 2nd -5th , 2007.
xi. 2nd International Conference on Science and National Development held at FUNAAB, Nigeria. Oct. 25-28, 2006.
xii. 29th Annual Conference and General Meeting of the Nigerian Society for Microbiology (NSM) held at FUNAAB, Nigeria. 6-10, November, 2005. “Microbes as agents of sustainable development
xiii. First International Conference on Science and National Development held at FUNAAB, Nigeria. Oct. 25-28, 2004.

THESIS AND DISSERTATIONS
1. Adesemowo A.M. (1992) Microbiological studies of some pasteurized sachet packed fruit juices found in some Nigeria markets. B.Sc Project Report. Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, Nigeria.
2. Adesemowo A.M. (1997) Studies on Amylase production by Solid state cultures of A. niger. M.Sc. Dissertation, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Nigeria.
3. Omemu A.M. (2006) Determination of the diversity, succession and contribution of fungi to the production and spoilage of ogi. Ph.D. thesis. FUNAAB, Nigeria.

JOURNAL ARTICLES:
1. Akpan, I., Bankole, M. O. and Adesemowo A.M. (1999). A rapid plate culture method for screening of amylase producing microorganisms. Biotechnology Techniques 13:411-413. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1023/A:1008965808641.

2. Akpan, I., Bankole, M. O., Adesemowo A. M. and Latunde-Dada G. O. (1999). Production of amylase by A. niger in a cheap solid medium using rice bran and agricultural materials. Tropical Sciences 39:77-79.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/286716171_Production_of_amylase_by_a_niger_in_a_cheap_solid_medium_using_rice_bran_and_agricultural_materials

3. Edema, M.O. Omemu A.M., and Fapetu O.M. (2001). Microbiological and Physicochemical analysis of different sources of drinking water in Abeokuta, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Microbiology 15 (1): 57-61.

4. Omemu, A. M., Akpan, I., and Bankole, M.O. (2003) Amylase recovery from mouldy bran of Aspergillus niger AM 07. Nigerian Food Journal 22: 60-64.
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/nifoj/article/view/33569

5. Omemu, A M; Edema, M.O.and Bankole, M .O. (2005) Bacteriological assessment of street vended ready-to-eat (RTE) salad in Lagos, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Microbiology 19 (1-2):497-504.

6. Bankole, M.O., Omemu A.M. and Adegbesan, A.M. (2006). Maize cob as a microbiological growth medium for fungi. Journal of Natural Sciences, Engineering and Technology, (Formerly ASSET, Series B) 5 (1) pp 57- 64.

7. Bankole M. O. and Omemu A.M. (2006) Microbiological status of locally made toilet tissue. Niger Delta Biologia 6(2):14-18.

8. Bankole, M.O., Omemu, A.M., (2006) Evaluation of local plant tubers as fungi growth media. Journal of tropical forest resources 22(1):1-8

9. Omemu A. M., Edema M. O., Atayese A. O., Obadina A. O. (2006) A survey of the Microflora of Hibiscus sabdariffa (Roselle) and the resulting “Zobo” juice. African Journal of Biotechnology 5 (3): 254 – 259.
http://www.academicjournals.org/article/article1379769082_Omemu%20et%20al.pdf

10. Omemu A.M., Oyewole, O.B. and Bankole, M.O. (2007) Significance of yeasts in the fermentation of maize for ogi production. Food Microbiology 24, 571–576.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fm.2007.01.006

11. Omemu A.M., Bankole, M.O. Oyewole, O.B. and Akintokun, A.K. (2007) Yeasts and moulds associated with ogi – a cereal based weaning food during storage. Research Journal of Microbiology 2 (2), 141-148.
http://docsdrive.com/pdfs/academicjournals/jm/2007/141-148.pdf.

12. Omemu A.M. and Aderoju, S.T. (2008). Food safety knowledge and practices of street food vendors in the city of Abeokuta, Nigeria. Food Control 19:396–402.
Publisher: Elsevier, Europe

13. Omemu, A. M.; Bankole, M. O. and Akpan, I. (2008). Production and characterization of extracellular amyloglucosidase from Aspergillus niger CA-19 by Solid-State Fermentation (SSF). Research Journal of Microbiology 3 (3): 129-135.
Publisher: Academic Journal Inc. United States.

14. Bankole, M.O., Omemu A.M. and Oladimeji, D.S. (2009). Microorganisms associated with the palm of fast food handlers in Abeokuta, Nigeria. Journal of Natural Sciences, Engineering and Technology, (formerly ASSET SERIES B) 8(2):77-85. Publisher: University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Nigeria.
http://www.scialert.net/qredirect.php?doi=jm.2008.129.135&linkid=pdf

15. Dedeke, G.A., Omemu, A.M., Aladesida, A.A., and Museliu, F. (2010). Comparative Microbial analysis of Earthworm casts collected from Ikenne, Ogun State, Nigeria. Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management: 3 (3):57-63.
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ejesm.v3i3.63966

16. Omemu A.M and Omeike, S.O. (2010) Microbiological hazard and critical control point’s identification during household preparation of cooked ogi used as weaning food. International Food Research Journal 17 (2): 257-266.
http://www.ifrj.upm.edu.my/17%20%2802%29%202010/IFRJ-2010-257-266_Omemu_Nigeria%5B1%5D.pdf

17. Omemu A.M and Adeosun, O.F. (2010). Evaluation of hazards and critical control points of ogi in small scale processing centres in Abeokuta, Nigeria. Journal of Applied Biosciences 29: 1766 – 1773. http://m.elewa.org/JABS/2010/29/4.pdf

18. Omemu A.M. (2010). Screening of Lactobacillus and Yeasts from ogi for characters useful in maize fermentation for ogi production. Science Focus 15(4): 446-452.

19. Somorin YM, Bankole M O, Omemu A.M., Atanda O.O. (2011). Impact of milling on the microbiological quality of yam flour in South western Nigeria. Research Journal of Microbiology 6(5): 480-487.
http://www.scialert.net/qredirect.php?doi=jm.2011.480.487&linkid=pdf

20. Omemu A.M. and Faniran O.W. (2011). Assessment of the antimicrobial activity of lactic acid bacteria isolated from two fermented maize products-Ogi and kunnu-zaki. Malaysian Journal of Microbiology 7 (3): 124-128.
http://web.usm.my/mjm/issues/vol7no3/Research%201.pdf

21. Omemu A.M, Atanda O.O, Ayinde I.A and Henshaw, F.O. 2011. Perceptions of mothers on food safety related practices and the microbiological contamination of complimentary foods- A case study in 2 rural areas in South-western Nigeria. Researcher, 3(6): 60-67.
http://www.sciencepub.net/researcher/research0306/11_5935reseasrch0306_60_67.pdf

22. AM Omemu (2011). Fermentation dynamics during production of ogi, a Nigerian fermented cereal porridge. Report and opinion 3 (4), 8-17

23. Shittu O.B., Omemu A.M., Okonkwo, BJ. (2011). Microbiological hazards of domestically produced retailed frozen shrimps in south western Nigeria. Science Focus, 16 (1) 36-43.

24. Omemu, A.M., Ojo, D.A. and Egbotan, A.E. (2012). Enteropathogenic Echerichia coli associated with diarrhoea amongst children aged 0-36months in Abeokuta, Nigeria. Journal of Scientific Research; 2 (2) 53-60.

25. Falana M. B., Bankole M. O., Omemu A.M and Oyewole O.B. (2012). Antimicrobial potentials of some selected microorganisms associated with supernatant solution of fermented maize mash Omidun. African Journal of Microbiology Research 6(19): 4095-4101.
DOI: 10.5897/AJMR11.1099.

26. Adeboye, A. S., Babajide, J. M., Shittu, T. A., Omemu, A. M. and Oluwatola, O.J. (2013). Effect of honey as partial sugar substitute on pasting properties, consumer preference and shelf stability of cassava-wheat composite bread. Nigerian Food Journal. 31(1): 13-22.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0189724115300515

27. Oni A.O, Oduguwa B. O., Sowande O. S., Omemu A. M., Atayese A.O., Dele P.A., Aderinboye R.Y., Arigbede O M., and Onwuka C. F. I (2013). Effects of molasses and storage period on the chemical, microbial and fermentation characteristics of guinea grass-cassava leaves silage. Bulletin of Animal Health Production in Africa, 61: 587-596.
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/bahpa/article/view/105295

28. Kareem S.O, Oladipupo I.O., Omemu A.M and Babajide J.M. (2013). Production of citric acid by Aspergillus niger immobilized in Detarium microcarpum matrix. Malaysian Journal of Microbiology, 9(2): 161-165.
http://web.usm.my/mjm/issues/vol9no2/Research%206.pdf

29. Adebayo-Oyetoro A. O., Oyewole O. B., Obadina A. O, and Omemu A. M. (2013). Microbiological safety assessment of fermented cassava flour ‘‘Lafun’’ available in Ogun and Oyo States of Nigeria. International Journal of Food Science; 13:1-5.
http:/dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/845324

30. Omemu, A.M., Olutimayin, O.F., Adegunwa, M.O., Adedipe, A.O. and Ogunkoya, W.A. (2014). Bacteriological assessments of food sold in food service establishments in a university campus. HATMAN Journal of Hospitality and Tourism. 4 (1): 1-8.

31. Omemu A. M. and Oloyede F. O. (2014). Assessment of the hygienic practices and the incidence of enteric bacteria in food handlers in small businesses in an urban area in Abeokuta. International Research Journal of Microbiology. 5(3) pp. 41-49. http://interesjournals.org/full-articles/assessment-of-the-hygienic-practices-and-the-

32. Omemu, A. M., Adegoke, O.J., Oladosu, O.O., Adeyefa, E.A. and Adedipe. A. (2014). Evaluation of food hygiene knowledge, attitudes and practices among fast food outlets service staff in Abeokuta. HATMAN Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 4 (1): 24-32.

33. Adegunwa, M. O., Omemu, A.M., Bakare, H. A. Adeyefa, E.A. and Malomo, O. S. (2014). Proximate composition and microbiological assessment of snacks served in Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB). HATMAN Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 4 (1): 107-112.

34. Olaitan, O.O., Obadina, O.A., Omemu, A.M., Atanda, O.O. and Olotu, I.O (2014). Nutritional quality and physico-chemical changes during breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis) natural fermentation. Quality Assurance and Safety of Crops and Foods, 6: 7(4), 441–447. http://dx.doi.org/10.3920/QAS2013.0353

35. Olugbile, A.O., Obadina, A.O., Atanda, O.B., Omemu, A.M. and Olatope, S.O.A. (2014). Physicochemical changes and diastatic activity associated with germination of ‘boromo’, a paddy rice variety from western Nigeria. Journal of Food Processing and Preservation, 39(2): 116-122 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jfpp.12211/abstract

36. Osho, M.B., Omemu, A.M., Popoola, T and Adeleye, T (2014). Enzymatic production of fatty acid methyl ester by Aspergillus niger ATCC 1015 Lipase from non-edible oil. Petroleum Technology Development Journal, 2:51-59
http://ptdjournal.com/2014/osho_enzymatic_production_fatty_acid.pdf

37. A Omemu, OA Obadina, GJ Taiwo, TM Obuotor (2014). Microbiological assessment and prevalence of food borne pathogens in street vended Wara-Nigerian white cheese. Am J Food Nutr, 2(4): 59-62

38. Shobayo, B.I., Ojo, D.A., Olaboopo, A.O., Agboola, D.A., Omemu, A.M. and Akingbade, O.A (2014). Antibacterial activity of Moringa oleifera on Multi -drug resistant isolates from wound infections in Abeokuta, South–West Nigeria. New York Science Journal, 7(12): 15-19.
http://www.sciencepub.net/newyork/ny0712/003_27164bny071214_15_19.pdf.

39. Adeyeye, S. A. O., Oyewole, O. B., Obadina, A. O. and Omemu, A. M (2015). Evaluation of microbial safety and quality of traditional smoked bonga shad (Ethmalosa frimbriata) fish from Lagos State, Nigeria. Pacific Journal of Science and Technology, 16(1):286-294.
http://www.akamaiuniversity.us/PJST.htm

40. Olufunke Bolatito Shittu, Olanrewaju Olugbenga Olabode, Adebunkola Mobolaji Omemu, SA Oluwalana, Samuel Adeniran, Inyang Akpan (2014). Phytochemical and antimicrobial screening of Spondias mombin, Senna occidentalis and Musa sapientum against Vibrio cholerae O1. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences 3(5):948-961.

41. Omemu, A.M., Bamigbade G.1 and Obadina, A.O., Obuotor, T.M. (2015). Isolation and screening of amylase from moulds associated with the spoilage of selected fermented cereal foods. British Microbiology Research Journal, 5(4): 359-367.
DOI : 10.9734/BMRJ/2015/11190

42. Omemu A.M and Bankole M.O. (2015). Consumer’s knowledge, attitude, usage and storage pattern of ogi –a fermented cereal gruel in South West, Nigeria. Food and Public Health, 5(3): 77-83. http://www.sapub.org/Journal/articles.aspx?journalid=1002.

43. Adeyeye, SAO Oyewole, OB Obadina, AO Omemu, AM Adeniran, OE Oyedele and HA Olugbile A (2015). Effect of smoking methods on microbial safety, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and heavy metal concentrations of traditional smoked fish from Lagos State, Nigeria. Journal of Culinary Science and Technology. Vol. 14 (2) pp 91- 106.
https://doi.org/10.1080/15428052.2015.1080644

44. Samuel Ayofemi Adeyeye, Olusola Bandele Oyewole, Adewale Olusegun Obadina, A M Omemu, O E Adeniran, Hakeem A Oyedele, (2016) “Assessment of quality and safety of traditional smoked spotted tilapia fish (Tilapia mariae) from Lagos State, Nigeria”, Nutrition and Food Science, 46 (1), pp.142-155, https://doi.org/10.1108/NFS-05-2015-0059

45. Adeyeye, SAO Oyewole, OB Obadina, AO Omemu, AM, Adeniran, OE Oyedele H.A and Abayomi SO (2015). Microbial quality and chemical safety of modern convective smoked Guinean barracuda fish from Lagos State, Nigeria. International Journal of Aquaculture, 5.
http://ija.biopublisher.ca

46. Adio, O. Q., Kareem, S. O., Osho, M. B. and Omemu, A.M. (2015). Production of lipases in solid-state fermentation by Aspergillus niger F7-02 with agricultural residues. Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology Food Science 4 (6) 509-512.
DOI: 10.15414/jmbfs.2015.4.6.509-512

47. Adeyeye, SAO Oyewole, OB Obadina, AO Omemu, AM Adeniran, OE Oyedele, HA Olugbile A and Omoniyi SA (2016). Effect of smoking methods on quality and safety of traditional smoked fish from Lagos State, Nigeria. Journal of Culinary Science and Technology. Vol. 14, Issue 4.

48. Samuel Ayofemi Olalekan Adeyeye, Olusola Bandele Oyewole, Adewale Olusegun Obadina, Adebukunola M Omemu, Hakeem A Oyedele, (2016) “Quality characteristics and chemical safety of fried and smoked West Africa Ilisha (Ilisha africana) from Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria”, Nutrition and Food Science, Vol. 46 (2), pp.246-258.
https://doi.org/10.1108/NFS-10-2015-0119.

49. Falana, M. B., Bankole, M. O., and Omemu, A. M. (2016). Comparative antimicrobial potentials of omidun obtained from yellow and white maize varieties on some diarrhoea causing microorganisms. African Journal of Microbiology Research, 10(27), 1018-1023.

50. Falana, M. B., Bankole, M. O., Ojo, D. A., Omemu, A. M. and Bankole, S. O. (2016). Efficacy and safety of leaf, bark and root extract of vitellaria paradoxa on diarrhoea induced albino rats. American Journal of Microbiological Research; 4(3):73-76. doi: 10.12691/ajmr-4-3-1.

51. Oluwakemi F Ekunseitan, Adewale O Obadina, Olajide P Sobukola, Adebukunola M Omemu, Mojisola O Adegunwa, Olatundun E Kajihausa, Abdul‐Rasaq A Adebowale, Silifat A Sanni, Lateef O Sanni, Tomlins Keith (2016). Nutritional composition, functional and pasting properties of wheat, mushroom, and high quality cassava composite flour. Journal of Food Processing and Preservation. 41 (5) e13150. DOI: 10.1111/jfpp.13150

52. Adebayo-Oyetoro. AO., Oyewole, OB., Obadina, AO., Omemu, AM, (2016). Evaluation of physical, functional and pasting properties of fermented cassava flour (Lafun) from markets in southwest Nigeria. Nigerian Food Journal, 34 (1); 66-71.

53. Oyinlola, LA Obadina, AO Omemu, AM and Oyewole OB (2017) Prevention of microbial hazard on fresh‐cut lettuce through adoption of food safety and hygienic practices by lettuce farmers- Food Science and Nutrition, 5 (1): 67-75.
DOI 10.1002/fsn3.365 1.

54. Osho, M.B., Omemu, A.M., Popoola, T., Adeleye, T.M.., Adetunji., M. C. (2016). Response Surface Methodology for Optimal Immobilization ofAspergillusnigerATCC 1015 Lipase By Adsorption Method. International Journal of Biological Research 4 (1): 56-63.

55. Adeyeye, SAO Oyewole, OB Obadina, AO Omemu, AM and Omoniyi SA (2017). Quality attributes, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon and heavy metal profile of traditional drum smoked Guinean barracuda fish from Lagos State, Nigeria. Journal of Aquatic Food Products

56. Bamidele S. Adedeji, Obinna T.Ezeokoli, Chibundu N. Ezekiel, Adewale O.Obadina, Yinka M. Somorin, Michael Sulyok, Rasheed A.Adeleke, Benedikt Warth, Cyril C. Nwangburuka, Adebukola M. Omemu, Olusola B. Oyewole, Rudolf Krska (2017). Bacterial species and mycotoxin contamination associated with locust bean, melon and their fermented products in South-western, Nigeria. International Journal of Food Microbiology, 258 (3) 73-80.
doi: 10.1016/j.ijfoodmicro.2017.07.014.

57. Tijani, AO, Bakare, HA, Babajide, Joan Modupe, Adebukunola Mobolaji Omemu (2017). The effect of processing parameters on the functional and pasting properties of breadfruit (Artocarpus Altilis)“elubo” flour. Croatian journal of food science and technology, 9 (1) 31-39.
DOI: 10.17508/CJFST.2017.9.1.05

58. SAO Adeyeye, OB Oyewole, AO Obadina, AM Omemu, SA Omoniyi (2017). Quality attributes, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, and heavy metal profile of traditional drum-smoked Guinean barracuda fish from Lagos State, Nigeria. Journal of Aquatic Food Product Technology 26 (3) 296-307. https://doi.org/10.1080/10498850.2016.1155191

59. KA Ojo, AO Obadina, OP Sobukola, AM Omemu, IO Adekoya (2017) Safety Assessment of Donkwa–An Indigenous Maize-Peanut Street-Vended Snack. Nigerian Food Journal 35 (1): 109-119. https://www.ajol.info/index.php/nifoj/article/view/162732

60. C Omohimi, C Piccirillo, V Ferraro, M Roriz Costa, AM Omemu, SM Dias Santos, S Da Ressurreição, L Abayomi, AA Adebowale, MW De Vasconcelos, AO Obadina, LO Sanni, MM Pintado (2017) Effect of processing and post-processing conditions on the safety of traditional yam-derived (Dioscorea spp.) foodstuff in Nigeria–A case study. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. (In Press)

61. Uchechukwu I Okafor, Adebunkola M Omemu, Adewale O Obadina, Mobolaji O Bankole, Samuel AO Adeyeye (2018). Nutritional composition and anti-nutritional properties of maize ogi co-fermented with pigeon pea. Food Science and Nutrition 6(2): 424–439.

62. Adebukunola Mobolaji Omemu, Uchechukwu Ifeoma Okafor, Adewale O. Obadina, Mobolaji O. Bankole and |Samuel Ayofemi Olalekan Adeyeye (2018) Microbiological assessment of maize ogi co fermented with pigeon pea. Food Science and Nutrition 6 (5), 1238-1253

63. Oluwatoyin M. Ademola, Taiwo E. Adeyemi, Obinna T. Ezeokoli, Kolawole I. Ayeni, Adewale O. Obadina, Yinka M. Somorin, Adebukola M. Omemu, Rasheed A. Adeleke, Cyril C. Nwangburuka, Flora Oluwafemi, Olusola B. Oyewole and Chibundu N. Ezekiel. (2018). Phylogenetic analyses of bacteria associated with the processing of iru and ogiri condiments. Letters in applied Microbiology 67 (4), 354-362.

64. Oladipupo Odunayo Olatunde, Adewale Olusegun Obadina, Adebukunola Mobolaji Omemu, Olusola Bandele Oyewole, Adetola Olugbile, Oladapo Oluwaseye Olukomaiya (2018). Screening and molecular identification of potential probiotic lactic acid bacteria in effluents generated during ogi production. Annals of Microbiology 68 (7), 433-443. Springer International Publishing.

65. Oluwafemi Flora, Oni Eniola Oluyemisi, Kareem Sarafadeen Olateju, Omemu Adebukunola Mobolaji, Kolapo Lawrence Adelodun. (2018). Extent of Microbial Contamination of Refined and Unrefined Vegetable oils sold in South-west Nigeria. Turkish Journal of Agriculture – Food Science and Technology, 6(4): 396-400.

66. Celestina Omohimi, Clara Piccirillo, Vincenza Ferraro, Mariana C Roriz, Mobolaji A Omemu, Sandra M Dias Santos, Sandrine Da Ressurreição, Louise Abayomi, Abdulraqaz Adebowale, Marta W Vasconcelos, Oluwasegun Obadina, Lateef Sanni, Maria ME Pintado (2019). Safety of yam-derived (Dioscorea rotundata) foodstuffs—chips, flakes and flour: Effect of processing and post-processing conditions. Foods. Volume 8 (1) 12.

67. Olakunle D Teniola, Veronica Temitayo Folounsho, Pelumi S Ogunlusi, Ayomikun E Aderounmu, Adebukunola M Omemu (2019). Antimicrobial Activities of Different Soaps on Selected Human Skin Pathogens. Journal of Advances in Microbiology 17(2): 1-10.

68. AA Jolaoso, TOS Popoola, AM Omemu (2019). Single and mixed starter culture fermentation of Oso (fermented seeds of Cathormion altissimum). Agricultural and Food Science Journal of Ghana 12 (1) 997-1006
Edited conference proceedings
1. Adedipe, A., Omemu, A.M., Opeleye, M.O., Adeyefa, E.A. and Oladipo, O.A. (2014). Assessment of emerging technologies in service delivery in the hotels in Abeokuta. Proceedings of the HATMAN National Conference held in Abuja, Nigeria. November 26-28, 2014. pp 94 -101, Published by Hospitality and Tourism Management Association of Nigeria (HATMAN) .

2. Edema M. O., Omemu A. M. (2007) Safety of small-scale food fermentations in Nigeria, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference of the Nigerian Society for Experimental Biology (NISEB) Kogi State University, Anyigba, Kogi State. Feb 28 – Mar 3, pp 60-61. Published by Nigerian Society for Experimental Biology (NISEB)

3. Edema M. O., Omemu A. M. (2004) Microbiology and food hygiene in public food services. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Science and National Development held at University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Oct. 25-28, 2004. pp 25 -29. Edited by: I. C. Eromosele, T. A. Arowolo, T. O. S. Popoola, I. A. Akpan. Published by COLNAS, FUNAAB

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