Dr. Modupeola Christianah Akintobi

Dr. Modupeola Christianah Akintobi

Associate Professor
Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Seed Physiology from Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Nigeria

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Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Seed Biotechnology
62%
Seed Production
90%
Seed Storage
75%
Seed Testing
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Oyekanmi, A.A., C.J. Okonji, D.A.C. Akintobi and K.A. Okeleye, 2009. Evaluation of medium cowpea for agronomic traits and grain yield in forest-savanna agro-ecological zone of Nigeria. Int. J. Trop. Agric., 27: 555-557.
  2. Oyekale, K.O., I.O. Daniel, A.Y. Kamara, A.E. Adegbite, D.C.A. Akintobi and M.O. Ajala, 2008. Evaluation of tropical maize hybrids under drought stress. J. Food, Agric. Environ., 6: 132-136.
  3. Akintobi, D.C.A., I.F. Ilori and M.A. Adebisi, 2008. Effects of genotypes and seed production location on seed quality traits of West African Okra (Abelmoschus caillei (A. chev) stevels. Moor J. Agric. Res., 9: 35-44.
  4. Akintobi, D.C.A., 2008. Effect of seed treatment on seed longevity seedling growth and yield of Okra. Moor J. Agric. Res., 10: 43-52.
  5. Adebisi, M.A., T.A. Adeniyi, M.O. Ajala and D.C.A. Akintobi, 2008. Varietal differences in seed physiological quality of west african rice varieties after dry heat treatment. Niger. Agric. J., 38: 159-169.
  6. Daniel, I.O., J.A. Adetumbi and D.C.A. Akintobi, 2007. A descriptive analysis of local seed systems in South- western Nigeria. Asset J., 7: 1-15.
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  7. Akintobi, D.C.A. and A.W. Salau, 2007. Assessment of the resistance of podwall of cowpeas (Vigna unguiculata) to Bruchid. Niger. Agric J., 38: 49-56.
  8. Adebisi, M.A., J.A. Ola, D.C.A. Akintobi and I.O. Daniel, 2007. Storage life of sesame (Sesamum indicum) seed under humid tropical conditions. Seed Sci. Technol, 36: 379-387.
  9. Adebisi, M.A., D.C.A. Akintobi and K.A. Oyekale, 2007. Preservation of Okro seed vigour by seed treatments and storage containers. Nigerian J. Hort. Sci., 12: 1-7.
  10. Ola, J.A., D.C.A. Akintobi and M.A. Adebisi, 2006. Influence of storage location on viability and vigour of sesame seeds. ASSET J. Ser. A, 6: 375-385.
  11. Akintobi, D.C.A., J.A. Ola and M.A. Adebisi, 2006. Effects of genotype, storage container and period of storage on the maintenance of viability and vigour of sesame seeds. ASSET J. Ser. A, 6: 63-72.
  12. Akintobi, D.C.A, M.A. Adebisi and J.A. Ola, 2006. Effect of storage conditions and period of storage on the maintenance of seed quality of sesame (Sesamum indicum L.). Asset J. Ser. A, 6: 293-303.
  13. Akintobi, D.C.A, 2006. Evaluation of testa resistance in cowpea to Callosobruchus maculates infestation using artificial infestation method. Nigerian J. Plant Protect., 23: 91-114.
  14. Akintobi, D.C.A., 2003. Biochemical basis of resistance of cowpea seeds to bruchid damage. ASSET J. Series A, 3: 123-137.
  15. Akintobi, D.C.A. and M.O. Akoroda, 2003. Anatomy and hardness of pod and seed of cowpea in relation to bruchid (Callosobruchus maculates) resistance. Nigeria J. Plant Protect., 20: 41-65.
  16. Akintobi, D.C.A., M.A. Adebisi and D.K. Ojo, 2002. Multivariate analysis of phenetic similarity among cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) genotypes and different agro-ecological zones Nigerian. Niger. J. Ecol., 4: 18-23.
  17. Ojo, D.K., R.H. Ellis, T.J. Summerfield and D.C.A. Akintobi, 2001. Seed quality development and maintenance in soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr) genotypes sown under irrigated and rain-fed tropical field conditions. ASSET J. Series A, 1: 15-26.