Dr. Ayuba Dauda
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Dr. Ayuba Dauda

Department of Animal Science, University of Calabar, Calabar Cross River State, Nigeria

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Animal Science from University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria

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Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
Animal Production
Animal Breeding
Feed Technology

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Okon, B., L.A. Ibom, A. Dauda and A.B. Okon, 2022. Egg morphometric analyses, phenotypic correlations and prediction of egg traits of domestic pigeon in Nigeria. Niger. J. Anim. Prod., 49: 40-48.
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  2. Okon, B., L.A. Ibom, A. Dauda and A.B. Okon, 2022. Comparative egg morphometric analysis between Japanese quail and domestic pigeon reared in Calabar, Nigeria. Niger. J. Anim. Prod., 49: 89-96.
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  3. Dauda, A., B. Okon and L.A. Ibom, 2021. Bio-computational analysis of growth arrest and DNA-damage-inducible protein 45 alpha gene of cattle, sheep and goat. J. Proteomics Bioinf., Vol. 14. .
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  4. Adamu, J., J. Aliyu, S.M. Shettima, B. Saleh, A. Dauda, A.A. Mohammed and H.Y. Abbaya, 2021. Correlation of carcass characteristics and testis measurements of the indigenous cocks in the semi arid zone of Nigeria. FUDMA J. Sci., 5: 208-211.
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  5. Okon, B., L.A. Ibom, A. Dauda and V.N. Ebegbulem, 2020. Egg quality traits, phenotypic correlations, egg and yolk weights prediction using external and internal egg quality traits of Japanese quails reared in Calabar, Nigeria. Int. J. Mol. Biol., 5: 21-26.
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  6. Dauda, A., P. Sainagbe and J. Adamu, 2019. Digestibility and carcass characteristics of West African dwarf goats fed Pleurotus tuber regium biodegraded ground nut shells included diets. Eur. J. Exp. Biol., .
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  7. Okon, B., L.A. Ibom, A. Dauda, A.E. Bassey, N.B. Idiong and P.O. Onwuka, 2018. Influences of breeds and number of whorls on phenotypic traits and correlations among giant African land snails in Nigeria. Niger. J. Anim. Prod., 44: 1-15.
  8. Ibom, L.A., B. Okon, A. Dauda and I. Patani, 2018. Variation in reproductive and egg traits correlation estimate of two strains of Archachatina marginata snails (var. ovum and var. saturalis) and crosses. Niger. J. Anim. Prod., 44: 26-36.
  9. Dauda, A., D.S. Gwaza and N.I. Dim, 2018. Analysis of thyroglobulin gene in some ruminants. J. Genet. Genet. Eng., 2: 17-23.
  10. Dauda, A. and H. Duwa, 2018. Evaluation of functional coding of non-synonymous (Nssnp) and genetic relationship of alpha casein S1 gene in some selected ruminants. J. Biotechnol. Res., 4: 4-8.
  11. Yasks, J.A., M.O. Momoh and A. Dauda, 2017. Hematological parameters of three strains of local cocks in Northern Nigeria. Int. J. Environ. Agric. Biotechnol., 2: 1139-1142.
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  12. Okon, B., L.A. Ibom, A. Dauda, A.E. Bassey, M.O. Awodiram and M.O. Etukudo, 2017. Chromosome number, evolutionary relationship and divergence among three breeds of giant African land snails in Nigeria. Niger. J. Anim. Prod., 44: 1-10.
  13. John, A.A., A. Nasiru, A. Dauda and R.Y. Nenrotmwa, 2017. Effect of graded levels of browse forage (Balanites aegyptiaca) leaves inclusion in the diets of growing rabbits. Online J. Anim. Feed Res., 7: 38-42.
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  14. Ebegbulem, V.N., A. Dauda and M.J. Udoudo, 2017. Growth performance and carcass characteristics of weaned rabbit fed alchornea cordieolia leal meal. Acad. J. Life Sci., 3: 94-97.
  15. Ebegbulem, V.N. and A. Dauda, 2017. Phenotypic correlations and regression among some external and internal egg quality parameters of Nigerian Guinea fowl (Numida meleagris) genotypes. J. Sci. Eng. Res., 4: 220-229.
  16. Dauda, A., S. Saul and Y.S. Kolo, 2017. Biocomputational analysis of Chlamydia abortus protein sequence. Int. J. Res., 4: 892-900.
  17. Dauda, A., H.Y. Abbaya, S.M. Shettima, S. Sinodo, A.A. Adekoya, S. Asiyama and I.H. Malgwi, 2017. Computational algorithm to assess genetic relationship and functional analysis of non-synonymous substitution of HSP 70 gene of cattle, sheep and goat. J. Dairy Vet. Anim. Res., Vol. 5. .
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  18. Dauda, A., H.Y. Abbaya, H. Duwa, J.A. Yaska and J.O. Egahi, 2017. Sequence length variation and transmembrane analysis of Mycobacterium bovis (MBB) and Mycobacterium caprae (MBC) proteins. Niger. J. Scient. Res., 16: 177-179.
  19. Dauda, A., H.Y. Abbaya, E.A. Abare and A.K. James, 2017. Insilico analysis of mycobacterium caprae protein sequence. J. Anim. Prod. Res., 29: 128-135.
  20. Dauda, A., H. Duwa and V.N. Ebegbulem, 2017. Computational algorithm to assess the functionality of non-synonymous substitution and genetic relationship of DRA II gene of cattle, goat and sheep. Global J. Anim. Breed. Genet., 5: 389-394.
  21. Dauda, A., A. Yakubu, N.I. Dim and S.D. Gwaza, 2017. Proteins sequence analysis of contagious caprine pleuropneumonia. Biotechnol. Anim. Husbandry, 33: 309-319.
  22. Dauda, A., A. Yaku, I.N. Dim and D.S. Gwaza, 2017. Contagious caprine pleuropneumonia (CCPP) proteins sequence analysis. Int. Res. J. Biochem. Bioinform., 7: 19-25.
  23. Dauda, A., H.Y. Abbaya, I.H. Malgwi and E.A. Abare, 2016. Sequence length variation and transmembrane analysis of contagious bovine pleuropneumonia (CBPP) and Contagious caprine pleuropneumonia (CCPP) proteins. J. Dairy Vet. Anim. Res., Vol. 4. .
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  24. Dauda, A., H. Duwa, J.A. Yaska, J.O. Egahi and Y.S. Kollo, 2016. Protein sequence analysis of Newcastle (Paramyxovirus) in poultry. Int. J. Interdisciplinary Res. Innov., 5: 19-24.
  25. Duwa, H., A.Y. Girgiri, A. Dauda and J.U. Igwebuike, 2014. The effect of feeding graded levels of roasted sunflower (Helianthus annus L.) seed meal on weaner rabbits. J. Anim. Feed Res., 4: 107-112.
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  26. Igwebuike, J.U., C.I. Medugu, I.D. Kwari and A. Dauda, 2013. Growth performance and nutrient digestibility of growing rabbits fed two varieties of sorghum as replacement for maize as energy source in tropical environment. Global J. Bio-Sci. Biotechnol., 2: 167-172.