Ariom Thaddaeus ObajiFederal University of Agriculture Abeokuta · Institute of Food Security Environmental Resources and Agricultural Research (Microbiology)
Ariom Thaddaeus Obaji
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The agricultural sector contributes approximately 10–20% of the total anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHGs) emissions. Consequently, climate change can negatively affect crop yields and livestock production thus threatening food security, especially in a vulnerable continent like Africa. This review provides an overview of climate-smart agriculture (...
K e y w o r d s: fish mucus, antibacterial potentials, susceptibility pattern, spot-on-lawn assay and resistance. A b s t r a c t Fish mucus is known for its antimicrobial activities offering protection to fishes from environmental pathogenic attack. This study evaluates the antibacterial potentials of bacteria isolated from fish mucus of Chrysicht...
Objective: The objective of this study was to isolate and phenotypically characterize methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)from clinical and community samples in Abakaliki, Nigeria. Methods: A total of 709 clinical (303) and community samples (406) samples were obtained for this study. MRSA isolates were detected using Kirby-Bauer d...
Examination of soil samples for the incidence of geohelminth parasites was conducted in urban and periurban areas of Ebonyi State between July-December, 2011. Three hundred (300) soil samples were obtained from five different locations (Nwofe-Agbaja, Onu-ebonyi area, Ntezi-abba, Umuogharu and Ezzagu) where vegetables and fruits are grown and access...
Syphilis has acquired new potential for morbidity and mortality through association with increased risk for HIV infection. Case-control survey was conducted using Rapid Plasma Reagin test and confirmatory Immunochromatographic test among HIV-positive (cases) and HIV-negative (control) Nigerians. A total of 35(14.0%) of 250 HIV-positive and 5(2.0%)...