UWAILA ANNETTE EGHAREVBA

Designation: 
Assistant Lecturer
Qualifications: 
B.Sc. 2008 (Benin), MSc. 2013 (Benin), Ph.D (In-view)
Sex: 
Female
Email: 
uwaila.ogedegbe@uniben.edu
Biography: 

Uwaila Annette Egharevba (Mrs.) is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Plant Biology and Biotechnology, University of Benin Nigeria. She received her B.Sc. in Microbiology, and Masters in Environmental Plant Physiology, both from the University of Benin. She joined the University of Benin in 2010 as a Graduate Assistant and presently is an Assistant Lecturer. Her research has focused on Bioremediation studies of hydrocarbon and heavy metal polluted soils using natural attenuation, selected plants and hydrocarbon degrading microorganisms. She is a member of the Botanical Society of Nigeria (BOSON) and is certified in Health, Safety and Environment (HSE).

Salutation: 
Mrs
Faculty: 
Faculty of Life Sciences
Publications: 

1. Atuanya, E.I and Ogedegbe, U.A. (2009). Fermentative production of wine from coconut fruit (Cocos nucifera) and microbial mediated changes during fermentation. African Journal of Bioscience. 2(2): 52-57.
2. Ikhajiagbe, B., Anoliefo, G.O., Oshomoh, E.O., Uwaila, A. Ogedegbe and Nosakhare Airhienbuwa. (2012). Changes in polyaromatic hydrocarbon content of a waste engine oil polluted soil exposed to pH adjustments. Annual Review and Research in Biology. 2(3): 66-82.
3. Ogedegbe, A. Uwaila, Ikhajiagbe, B. and Anoliefo, G. O. (2013). Growth Response of Alternanthera brasiliana (L.) Kuntze in a waste engine oil-polluted soil. Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and Applied Sciences. 4(2): 322-327.
4. Ogedegbe, A.B.O and Ogedegbe, A.U. (2014). The impact of forest conversion to oil palm on Arthropod abundance and biomass in Okomu Natural Park, Edo State, Nigeria. European International Journal of Science Technology. 3(8): 35-44
5. Ogedegbe, A.B.O, Ogedegbe, A.U and Rotimi J. (2014). Diversity of Lepidopteran assemblages in five habitat types in the Niger-Delta, Nigeria. European International Journal of Science Technology. 3(8): 45-57

Area(s) of Specialization: 
Phytoremediation.