Ben Jesuorsemwen Enagbonma

Designation: 
Assistant Lecturer
Qualifications: 
BSc. Zoology(Benin), MSc. Environmental Quality Management (Benin)
Sex: 
Male
Email: 
benjamin.enagbonma@uniben.edu
Biography: 

Mr. Ben Jesuorsemwen Enagbonma, Assistant Lecturer, Department of Environmental Management and Toxicology, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria. He teaches Functional Zoology, Invertebrate and Vertebrate Field Zoology and Palaeontology, Biogeoghraphy, Ecophysiology, Introductory Entomology and Hydrobiology and Fishery Management at the Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Benin, Nigeria. Mr Ben Jesuorsemwen Enagbonma focus on Environmental quality management with particular interest on pollution studies, Physiology and Ecotoxicology

Salutation: 
Mr
Faculty: 
Faculty of Life Sciences
Publications: 

• Enagbonma, B.J, Tawari-Fufenyi, P., Ekaye S. And Osenwegie O. (2015) Ameliorative Effect of Different Concentration of Mushroom (Pleurotus tuberregium) on Pathomorphological Changes Induced By Lead Toxicity in Liver and Kidney of Wistar Albino Rats. Nigerian Journal of Biotechnology. 29: 63 –69
• Enagbonma, B.J, Tawari-Fufenyi, P., Ekaye S. and Osenwegie O. (2015) Ameliorative Effect of Different Concentrations of Mushroom (Pleurotus tuberregium) on Lipid Profile of Wistar Albino Rats Induced by Lead Nitrate, Jordan Journal of Biological Sciences, 8(3): 187-191
• Enagbonma, B.J., Ekaye S., Tawari-Fufenyi, P. and Osenwegie O. (2015) Histo-Ameliorative effect of Pleurotus tuberregium against lead induced heart, spleen and lower gut damage in Albino Rat, Nigerian Journal of Life Sciences, 5(1):75-85
• Enagbonma B.J., Iyorah I.E., Igiehon N.O. and Aimuanmwosa F.E (2016) Hematobiochemical changes of lead Poisoning and amelioration with Coconut (Cocos nucifera L.) Water in wistar albino rats, Journal of Applied Science and Environmental Management, 20 (1) 193 – 198

Area(s) of Specialization: 
Physiology
Ecotoxicology