Dr. Temitope  Olatayo Kehinde
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Dr. Temitope Olatayo Kehinde

Senior Lecturer
Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Entomology from Stellenbosch University, South Africa

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Area of Interest:

Environmental Sciences

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Oziegbe, M., T.O. Kehinde and J.O. Matthew, 2016. Comparative reproduction mechanisms of three species of Ocimum L. (Lamiaceae). Acta Agrobot., 69: 1-9.
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  2. Kehinde, T., B. Amusan, A. Ayansola, S. Oyelade and W. Adu, 2014. Status of insect diversity conservation in Nigeria: A review. Ife J. Sci., 16: 319-330.
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  3. Kehinde, T. and M.J. Samways, 2014. Management defines species turnover of bees and flowering plants in vineyards. Agric. For. Entomol., 16: 95-101.
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  4. Kehinde, T. and M.J. Samways, 2014. Insect-flower interactions: Network structure in organic versus conventional vineyards. Anim. Conserv., 17: 401-409.
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  5. Carvalheiro, L.G., J.C. Biesmeijer, G. Benadi, J. Frund and M. Stang et al., 2014. The potential for indirect effects between co‐flowering plants via shared pollinators depends on resource abundance, accessibility and relatedness. Ecol. Lett., 17: 1389-1399.
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  6. Amusan, B., C. Ojianwua, T. Kehinde and A. Akanbi, 2014. Butterfly diversity in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, South-West Nigeria. Zoologist, 12: 1-7.
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  7. Kehinde, T., O. Eluyeba and B. Amusan, 2013. Land use effects on aerial insect composition on obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Ife J. Sci., 15: 315-320.
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  8. Kehinde, T. and M.J. Samways, 2012. Endemic pollinator response to organic vs. conventional farming and landscape context in the Cape Floristic region biodiversity hotspot. Agric. Ecosyst. Environ., 146: 162-167.
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  9. Kehinde, T.O. and A. Muse, 2008. Development of Chrysomya chloropyga (Wied.) and Musca domestica (Linn.) (Diptera: muscoidea) on some animal faecal samples. Ife J. Sci., 10: 85-90.
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  10. Kehinde, T. and A. Muse, 2008. Feeding preference of Chrysomya chloropyga (Wied.) and Musca domestica (Linn.) on some animal faecal samples. J. Entomol., 5: 38-44.
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  11. Muse, W.A., T.O. Kehinde, O.A. Oloidi, M.B. Sosan and E.M. Obuotor, 2002. Effect of some pulverized plant extracts on oviposition, hatching and development of larvae of Aedes aegypti (L). Environ. Ecol., 20: 810-817.