Dr. Ngakou  Albert

Dr. Ngakou Albert

University of Ngaoundéré, Cameroon

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Microbiology from University of Buea, Cameroon

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Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
Microbial Biotechnlogy
Plant Microbe Interactions
Sustainable Agriculture
Agro Ecology

Selected Publications

  1. Toukam, T.S., A. Ngakou and R.S. Mansour, 2019. Pharmaceutically active secondary metabolites of newly isolated actinobacteria from two Cameroonian soils. CATRINA Egypt. Soc. Environ. Sci., 18: 177-187.

  2. Ridine, W., M. Mbailao and N. Albert, 2018. Variation in some nutritional qualities (proteins, amino acids, phycocyanin) of Spirulina platensis (cyanobacteria) as influenced by sampling sites in Chad. Pak. J. Bot, 50: 2435-2441.
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  3. Mohamadou, M., A. Ngakou and F.F.N. Tchuenguem, 2018. [Influence of mycorrhizal-floricultural insect interaction on the yields of Vigna subterranean red variety (Fabaceae) in Dang (Ngaoundéré, Cameroon)]. Int. J. Biol. Chem. Sci., 12: 1897-1913.
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  4. Gandebe, M., A. Ngakou and R. Ndjouenkeu, 2017. Changes in some nutritional and mineral components of nerica rice varieties as affected by field application with mycorrhiza and chemical fertilizer in Northern Cameroon. Food Nut. Sci., 8: 823-839.
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  5. Bodering, A., G. Ndoutamia, L.Y. Mopate, B.N. Ngandolo and A. Ngakou, 2017. Occurrence of Salmonella spp. Serotypes isolated from the poultry exploitations in N’djamena and Doba Towns-chad. Int. J. Recent Sci. Res., 8: 16016-16021.
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  6. Bodering, A., G. Ndoutamia, B.N. Ngandolo and A. Ngakou, 2017. Use of antibiotics and resistance profile of isolated Salmonella spp. and Escherichia coli strains from poultry exploitations in cities of N’Djamena and Doba in Chad. Int. J. Biol. Chem. Sci., 11: 1669-1684.

  7. Maoudombaye, T., G. Ndoutamia and A. Ngakou, 2016. Evaluation of the bacteriological quality of drinking waters from drilling, well and stream within the petroleum Basin of Doba Chad. Int. J. Recent Sci. Res., 7: 12236-12243.

  8. Achukwi, M.D., B.V. Tangwa H. Fekankwi W.K. Ngagyung and A. Ngakou, 2016. Seroloprevalence of antibodies against bovine herpesvirus-1. (BHV-1) in Zebu cattle in the Vina Division, Cameroon. Dyn. J. Vet. Sci., 1: 9-17.

  9. Maoudombaye, T., G. Ndoutamia, M.S. Ali and A. Ngakou, 2015. Comparative study on the dhysic-chemical quality of drillings, wells and streams water consumed in the petroleum Basin of Doba Chad. Larhys J., 24: 193-208.

  10. Kengni, B.S., F.N.T. Fohouo and A. Ngakou, 2015. Impact of the foraging activity of Apis mellifera adansonii Latreille (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and Bradyrhizobium fertilizer on pollination and yield components of Glycine max L.(Fabaceae) in the field. Int. J. Biol. Res., 3: 64-71.
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  11. Wague R., A. Ngakou M. Mbaïguinam, F. Namba and A. Patai, 2014. Interactive effects of chemical (NPK) and organic (bat guano) fertilizers on two selected maize varieties grown in Pala (Chad). Pak. J. Bot., 46: 1673-1770.

  12. Mbaiguinam, M., M. Tarkodjiel and A. Ngakou, 2014. Proximal and elemental composition of Moringa oleifera (Lam) leaves from three regions of Chad. J. Food Res. Sci., 3: 12-20.
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  13. Ngakou, A., M. Mbaiguinam, Y. Nadjilom and N.M. Tokam, 2013. Agro-morphological and physical paddy seed attributes of nerica and local rice varieties as affected by mycorrhizal inoculation and compost application under upland conditions. Int. J. Agric. Sci. Res., 3: 43-62.
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  14. Ngakou, A., W. Ridine, M. Mbaiguinam and F. Namba, 2012. Changes in the physico-chemical properties of Spirulina platensis from three production sites in Chad. J. Anim. Plant Sci., 13: 1811-1822.
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  15. Ngakou, A., M. Moctar, N.Y. Njintang and M. Tamo, 2011. Cowpea quality seed indicators as influenced by field application of selected biofertilizers and mycoinsecticide in three agroecological zones of Cameroon. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal., 42: 1276-1288.
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  16. Ngakou, A., C. Megueni, M.M. Makalao, D. Nwaga, J. Taine and R. Ndjouenkeu, 2008. Changes in the physico-chemical properties of soil and harvested soybean seeds in response to soil solarization and bradyrhizobial inoculation. Arch. Agron. Soil Sci., 54: 189-202.
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  17. Ngakou, A., C. Megueni, D. Nwaga, M.R. Mabong, F.E. Djamba and M. Gandebe, 2006. Solanum tuberosum (L.) responses to soil solarization and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungiinoculation under field conditions: Growth, yield, health status of plants and tubers. Middle-East J. Sci. Res., 1: 23-30.
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