Adebowale Toba Odeyemi

Adebowale Toba Odeyemi
Landmark University · Microbiology

Doctor of Philosophy
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Introduction
A researcher in the field of Microbiology. Specialist in Environmental Microbiology and Public Health. Most researched on isolation, molecular characterization of microbes from natural environment such as water, wastewater, soil, leachate, dumping sites. Researched in antibiotic susceptibility of some pathogenic bacteria isolated from natural environment and their clinical and public health implications.

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Background Bacteremia constitutes a significant public health challenge and represents a vital cause of morbidity and mortality in HIV-infected patients, and fluoroquinolones are commonly prescribed antibiotics due to their range of activities and pharmacokinetic profiles. This study the evaluated antibacterial activities and time-kill kinetics of...
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Bacteriological and physicochemical values of water samples from Artesian bore hole, spring and nearby hand dug well located at Oke-Osun, Ikere-Ekiti were determined. Total viable and coliform counts were determined by using pour plate techniques. Antibiotic susceptibility were determined using disc diffusion method. The physicochemical and mineral...
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Studies on microorganisms associated with rumen substrates of goat (Capra aegagrus hircus) were done through aerobic and anaerobic fermentation for a period of 12 days. Microscopic, biochemical and molecular identification were carried out. Also proximate values of the substrates over the period of fermentation were analyzed. Seven (7) aerobic bact...
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Water quality of different well water samples in hostels at Iworoko Ekiti were assessed using standard bacteriological and physicochemical methods. The total bacteria counts ranged from 7.9 x 105 CFU/ml to 3.0 x 105 CFU/ml and the total coliform counts ranged from 9.0 x 104 CFU/ml to 1.0 x 105 CFU/ml. Eight bacteria species were isolated: Escherich...
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Presence of microorganisms and relatively high mineral contents mainly heavy metals in waste generated from restaurants and released into the environment may indicate a negative outcome of a microbial metabolic process with serious economic and health implications. Therefore it is justifiable to examine the minerals contents and microbial resistanc...
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Plasmid curing of microbes and physicochemical analysis of water samples obtained from Ebira communities in six local governments in Ekiti South Senatorial District were analyzed. Antibiotic sensitivity and profile of bacterial isolates were analyzed using pour plating, disk diffusion method and gel electrophoresis techniques respectively while the...
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The quality of water samples obtained from the health-care center in the Ekiti State University and three other centers around the campus; Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital (EKSUTH), Iworoko-Ekiti health Centre (IHC) and the State Hospital, Ikole-Ekiti (SHI) were investigated by analyzing the total bacterial count using pour plate method; th...
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The antibacterial activities and bioactive constituents of ethanolic and aqueous extract of parts of the tuber against ten (10) clinical pathogens were determined, using agar well diffusion and standard techniques respectively. The proximate profile of this tuber included moisture content, ash, crude protein, fat, fibre and carbohydrate with varyin...
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Plasmid curing of microbes and physicochemical analysis of water samples obtained from Ebira communities in six local governments in Ekiti South Senatorial District were analyzed. Antibiotic sensitivity and profile of bacterial isolates were analyzed using pour plating, disk diffusion method and gel electrophoresis techniques respectively while the...
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The drinking water and leachate samples from dumpsite of rural settlement of Ekiti North Senatorial district, Ekiti State, were subjected to bacteriological and physiochemical analysis using standard microbiological techniques and Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometric method. The mean of total bacterial, coliform and enterococcal count ranged from 0...
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The antibacterial activity and proximate composition of five processed honey samples collected from different location in Ado-Ekiti were evaluated. The honey samples were diluted to concentration of 50%, 75% and 100% (w/v) for sensitivity test against Staphylococcus aureus, Proteus spp., Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas spp., Salmonella spp., Shigella...
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The decomposition of domestic effluent by mycoflora was investigated. The microbial load enumerated for the period of 13 days, using standard microbiological techniques revealed the average total bacterial count between the range of 1.97 x 10 6 CFU/ml and 1.25 x 10 7 CFU/ml, the total coliform count have a mean range between 1.29 x 10 6 CFU/ml and...
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The bioactivity of hexane extract from the nuts of Anacardium occidentale (Linnaeus), ethanol extracts from the bark of Myrianthus arboreus (P. Beauv) and fruits of Xylopia aethiopica (Dunal), were studied at five concentration levels (0.1%, 0.2%, 0.3%, 0.4% and 0.5%) against the larvae, pupae and adults of Anopheles gambiae (Giles). Results indica...

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