Nosa Omoregbe OBAYAGBONA
Mr. Nosa Omoregbe Obayagbona MNES is an assistant lecturer in the Department of Environmental Management and Toxicology. His research activities focuses mainly on bacteriological and physicochemical indicators of water, air and soil pollution, usage of bio stimulation and bioaugmention approaches in the bioremediation of petroleum polluted environments, determination of the antimicrobial activity of plant extracts , microbial quality of food and microbial degradation of organic and inorganic xenobiotics. He has had extensive laboratory experience in environmental microbiology, physicochemistry, food microbiology and mycology. Currently, he has seventeen (17) journal articles and a conference paper to his credit.. He is a member of the Nigerian Environmental Society (NES).
1. Imarhiagbe, E. E., OBAYAGBONA, O. N. and Oshoma, C. E. (2011). Microorganisms associated with usable items at fast-food centers in Benin City, Nigeria. Biological and Environmental Sciences Journal for the Tropics 8(3):168-172.
2. OBAYAGBONA, O. N., Uwadiae, O. E. and Erhabor, O. J. (2012). Antimicrobial and phytochemical qualities of ethanolic extracts of Acalypha wilkesiana Mull. arg. leaves and roots. West Africa Journal of Science, Technology and Social Sciences 2(2): 5-14.
3. Emoghene, A. O., Imarhiagbe, E. E. and OBAYAGBONA, O. N. (2012). Microbiological and physicochemical qualities of plantain flour sold in some markets in Benin City. Nigerian Journal of Life Sciences 2(1):66-73.
4. Osamwonyi, O U., OBAYAGBONA, O. N., Aborisade T. W., Olisaka N. F., Uwadiae E. and Igiehon, O. N. (2013). Bacteriological quality of vegetable salads sold at restaurants within Okada town, Edo State, Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences 5(2): 87-90.www.iosrjournals.org..
5. Asowata, I., Erhabor, O. J., Idu, M., Odaro T. and OBAYAGBONA, O. N. (2013). Preliminary antimicrobial and phytochemical study of the aqueous, alcoholic and chloroform extracts of the leaves of Napoleonaea vogelli hook. and planch. (Lecythidiaceae). Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Food Sciences 2(4): 2279-2292.
6. Imade, E. E., Ikenebohmeh, M. J., OBAYAGBONA, O. N. and Igiehon, O. N. (2013). Evaluation of changes in the microbial profile, physic-chemical and nutritional attributes during the bioconversion of soursop (Annona muricata) must to wine. Nigerian Journal of Biotechnology 25: 1-11.
7. Enabulele, O. I. and OBAYAGBONA, O. N. (2013). Biodegradation potentials of mycoflora isolated from auto mobile workshop soils on flow station crude oil sludge. International Research Journal of Biological Sciences 2(5): 1-6.
8. Igbinomwahia, O. P., Ekhaise, O. F., OBAYAGBONA, O. N. and Ojo, K. O. (2013). Evaluation of the microbial and physicochemical properties of soil recovered at different depths of oil-drilling borehole in Warri, Southern Nigeria. Biological and Environmental Sciences Journal for the Tropics 10 (2): 167 – 173.
9. OBAYAGBONA, O. N. and Enabulele, O. I. (2013). Biodegradation potentials of mycoflora isolated from auto mobile workshop soils on flow station crude oil sludge with an extra carbon source. Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Food Sciences 3 (1): 19 – 25.
10. Osazee, O. J., OBAYAGBONA O. N. and Daniel E. O. (2013). Microbiological and physicochemical analyses of top soils obtained from four municipal waste dumpsites in Benin City, Nigeria. International Journal of Microbiology and Mycology 1(1): 23 – 30.
11. Jaboro, A. G., Akortha, E. E. and OBAYAGBONA, O. N. (2013). Susceptibility to heavy metals and hydrocarbonoclastic attributes of soil microbiota. International Journal of Agriculture and Biosciences 2 (5): 206-212.
12. Idu, M., OBAYAGBONA, O. N., Oshomoh, O. E. and Erhabor, O. J. (2014). Phytochemicals of Chrysophyllum albidum, Dacryodes edulis, Garcinia kola chloroform and ethanolic root extracts and their antimicrobial properties. Journal of Intercultural Ethnopharmacology 3(1): 15 – 20.
13. Atuanya, E. I., Ezeanochie, C. V. and OBAYAGBONA, O. N. (2014). Impacts of polyethylene enriched compost on soil microbial counts and physicochemistry. International Journal of Agriculture and Biosciences, 3(2): 70-76.
14. Idu, M., Erhabor, J. O., Oghale, O. and OBAYAGBONA O. N. (2014). Antimicrobial qualities, phytochemistry and micro-nutritiona l content of Khaya senegalensis (Desr.) A. Juss seed oil. The Journal of Phytopharmacology 3(2): 95 – 101.
15. Emoghene A. O., Okungbowa, O. C., OBAYAGBONA, O. N. and Jaboro, A. G. (2014). Cellulolytic activities of wild type fungi isolated from decayed wood cuttings. Nigerian Journal of Biotechnology 27: 43 – 48.
16. Imarhiagbe, E. E. and OBAYAGBONA, O. N. (2014). Assessment of the microbiological and physicochemical qualities of water sourced from different treatment tanks at a municipal dam in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Life Sciences 4(2):94-102.
17. Osayande, A. D., Emofurieta, W. O., OBAYAGBONA, O. N. and Anegbe, B. (2015). Physico- chemical and bacteriological quality assessment of hand-dug well waters in Igarra Town, Edo State, Nigeria. The Nigerian Journal of Applied Science 33:1-13.
Imarhiagbe, E .E and OBAYAGBONA, O. N. (2010). Ability of sub-lethal dose of Mitracarpus villosus and Euphorbia hirta extracts to induce resistance in clinical bacterial isolates. Seminar Proceedings of the Nigeria Tropical Biology Association, 134 pp.