Dr. Bamigboye  Rachael Adebola

Dr. Bamigboye Rachael Adebola

Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Botany from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria

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Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
Molecualar Biology

Selected Publications

  1. Bamigboye, R.A., F.A. Oloyede and A.J. Akinloye, 2020. Systematic significance of stipe anatomy of Pteris L. (Pteridaceae) from Southwestern Nigeria. Not. Sci. Biol., 12: 1-13.
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  2. Khattab, M.S.A., S.A.H. Abo El-Nor, A.M. Abdeltawab and M.A. El-Sherbin, 2019. Nano-dispersed glycerol as an alternative energy source for ruminant nutrition. Asian J. Biol. Sci., 12: 101-105.
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  3. Yusuf, A.A., F.A. Oloyede and R.A. Bamigboye, 2018. Phytoremediation potentials and effects of lead on growth of Pteris vittata L. and Pityrogramma calomelanos L. (Pteridaceae: Fern). Not. Sci. Biol., 10: 540-546.
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  4. Ogunfolakan, A., C. Nwokeocha, A. Olayemi, M. Olayiwola and A. Bamigboye et al., 2016. Rapid ecological and environmental assessment of osun sacred forest grove, Southwestern Nigeria. Open J. For., 6: 243-258.
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  5. Bamigboye, R.A., E.A. Odu and F.A. Oloyede, 2015. Phenology of two epiphytic ferns in a tropical rainforest at ObafemiAwolowo University, Ike –Ife, Nigeria. Niger. J. Botany, 282: 203-220.
  6. Bamigboye, R.A., 2014. Utilization of biopesticides for sustainable agriculture and ecosystem conservation. Int. J. Ecol. Environ. Stud., 2: 7-13.
  7. Bamigboye, R.A. and A.O. Salami, 2013. Bioactivity of Glomus mosseae (arbuscular mycorrhiza) on soybean infected with Sclerotium rolfsii and Meloidogyne incognita. Environtropica, 9-10: 9-18.
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  8. Bamigboye, E.O. and R.A. Bamigboye, 2012. Biodiversity conservation and ecosystem management: implication for sustainable development in Sub-Saharan Africa. Int. J. Sustainable Dev. Environ. Protect., 2: 52-61.
  9. Bamigboye, R.A. and A.O. Salami, 2011. Antifungal effects of three tropical leaf extracts on Sclerotiumrolfsii. Int. J. Agric., 3: 69-74.