FANIYI Tolulope Oreoluwa

FANIYI Tolulope Oreoluwa
Ajayi Crowther University · DEPARTMENT OF CROP AND ANIMAL SCIENCE

Doctor of Philosophy
Open to collaboration from agricultural fields, biotechnology, all natural science related fields and scientific ends

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Introduction
Tolulope O. FANIYI Ph.D do research with ruminants, with there rumen mostly rumen fermentation, clean and green livestock production, using phytobiotics (phytogenic compounds or components) has an alternative to using antibiotic with the same vision and mission with respect to reducing feed energy loss and thereby mitigating methane gas production. It also include sustainable improvement of livestock production, using animal-source foods to improve human nutrition and health etc
Additional affiliations
July 2015 - January 2016
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Position
  • Visiting Researcher
August 2014 - December 2016
University of Ibadan
Position
  • Teaching and Research Assistant
Education
September 2009 - June 2016
University of Ibadan
Field of study
  • Animal Production and Management

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Publications (26)
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Improving digestibility, fermentation characteristics, and reducing greenhouse biogases to protect the environment without the use of synthetic materials is an important goal of modern-day farming and nutritionist. Plant extracts are capable of solving these. This is due to the digestive enzymes and the bioactive components capable of performing an...
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This study was carried out to determine the haematological and serum biochemical effect of rams fed graded levels of kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L.) seed meal. In a 77-days feeding trial, sixteen west African dwarf rams, of 12 months old, were randomly allocated to four dietary treatments (4 animals per each), with different inclusion levels of kena...
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The recent increase of diisononyl phthalate (DiNP) applications in a wide range of plastic consumer products, as well as its relative environmental exposure and interactions, has compelled an investigation of its toxicity. Phthalate exposure has been associated with heart dysfunction in animals in a few studies, the bulk of which are linked to the...
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A six weeks study was conducted to determine the effect of partial replacement of maize with Orange Fleshed Sweet Potato (OSP) root meal on the performance characteristics and vitamin A profile of broiler starter chickens. One hundred and eight (108) day old broiler chicks were randomly allotted into 4 dietary treatments with 3 replicates in each t...
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Exposure to plastic-derived endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) such as phthalates have become a source of concern to human health. Phthalates are applied industrially as plasticizers in the production of various plastic products. They have been reported for the various forms of toxic responses in both human and animal studies. Diisononyl phthala...
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The effect and conversion of diets containing water-washed neem (Azadirachta indica A. Juss) fruit (WN) biomass as substantiable feed resource was determined on rumen microbial population, fermentation, and meat fatty acid profile of fattened West African dwarf rams. One-year old, individually housed rams (N = 25; 12.3 ± 2.0 kg), five per treatment...
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Boar semen preservation is associated with the production of reactive oxygen species which leads to reduction of sperm quality and decrease in fertilizing ability. The aim of this study was to replace conventional semen extender with watermelon juice (WMJ) and to ascertain the most effective dilution rate that can maintain the viability of the sper...
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Background This study was conducted to evaluate the impact of time of feeding on the performance of WAD goats during pregnancy, and to assess how the time of feeding of the dam affect the growth of their kids’ postpartum. Twelve (12) pregnant does were used in the pre-partum and in the postpartum, the same 12 lactating does and their 12 kids (1 kid...
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Meat floss is a dehydrated ready-to-eat meat product most commonly produced from beef. Due to increasing consumer awareness about health, there is interest in healthier alternatives like rabbit meat. In this study, meat floss was produced from rabbit meat using three cooking oils: Refined Palm Oil (RPO), Soya Oil (SO) and Canola Oil (CO). The iodin...
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Fermentation is a multidisciplinary concept that is defined from the perspectives of various disciplines. It connotes different meanings to microbiologist, biochemist, food and nutritionist (rumen modulator/manipulation) and soil scientist. However, the overall is that it results in the breakdown of substrates (organic or inorganic) in the absence...
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The study aims to evaluate the effect of aqueous and methanolic extracts of three herbs, namely, neem (Azadirachta indica), drumstick (Moringa oleifera) and scent (Ocimum gratissimum), and three spices garlic (Allium sativum), ginger (Zingiber officinale) and onion leaflets (Allium cepa) on ruminal methane production and fermentation characteristic...
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In a study to determine the growth-promoting effect of water-washed neem (Azadirachta indica A. Juss) fruit (WN) in West African Dwarf (WAD) rams, a total mixed ration was formulated with 0 (WN0), 2.5 (WN2.5), 5.0 (WN5), 7.5 (WN7.5), and 10.0 (WN10) % of WN inclusion. Twenty-five yearling rams (12.3 ± 2.0 kg) were assigned to one of the five dietar...
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The resistance of microbial strain to the use of medically important antibiotics, high cost of production, and the resistance of ecto and endoparasite to anthelminthic and acaricidal is a cause for concern. There has been intensified effort in search for alternatives to synthetic drugs. Such alternative must be able to kill, reduce, or inhibit path...
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The relationship between morphological traits and body condition score (BCS) of indigenous sheep breeds was assessed. A total number of 400 indigenous sheep were sampled. Twelve body measurements were taken from these sheep; these measurements were then used to estimate body indices of these animals. Data were subjected to General Linear Model and...
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Alongside the liver, rumen is one of the most important components of metabolism in ruminants. However, the microbes residing in the rumen are influenced by several complex factors such as diet, which result in fluctuations in the rumen pH. Rumen pH, affects feed intake and feed digestibility, subsequently causing microbial shift in the individual...
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ABSTRACT: The relationship between morphological traits and body condition score (BCS) of indigenous sheep breeds was assessed. A total number of 400 indigenous sheep were sampled. Twelve body measurements were taken from these sheep; these measurements were then used to estimate body indices of these animals. Data were subjected to General Linear...
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Ruminant livestock are important sources of animal protein and calories, also are sources of global greenhouse emissions. There is increasing interest in evaluating the potential of natural antimicrobials such as plant extracts to modify rumen microbial fermentation due to reduction on the use of antibiotics in animal feeds and with ban on antibiot...
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The ban on antibiotics use in animal agriculture especially in Europe and the increased awareness of the consumers about the health hazards that occurs due to the use of antibiotics as feed additives in animal nutrition triggered a need for natural and safe feed additives such as plant extracts. Therefore, there is a need to explore/exploit differe...
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The world we live in is not in isolation, therefore every action undertaken by humans and animals have a direct effect on humans. Some sort of boomerang effect. Methane is produced mostly by anaerobic microbial metabolism in the rumen and sent out through eructation into the environment. Methane and other gases such as carbon dioxide and nitrous ox...
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ABSTRACT Neem is a fast growing tree that thrives well in all parts of Nigeria. The seeds are readily available because the plant is used to control desertification. A 4 - week feeding trial was conducted to investigate the effect of supplementation of water – washed neem fruit (Azardirachta indica A.juss) in diets on haematological and serum bioch...
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ABSTRACT Neem is a fast growing tree that thrives well in all parts of Nigeria. The seeds are readily available because the plant is used to control desertification. A 4 - week feeding trial was conducted to investigate the effect of supplementation of water – washed neem fruit (Azardirachta indica A.juss) in diets on haematological and serum bioch...

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Good day to everybody, i strongly want to appeal to researchers.....I need textbooks on PCR, Molecular biology and Bioinformatics. Thank you
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Ruminant nutrition textbooks
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I want to know that must in vitro organic matter digestibility (%) be higher than in vitro dry matter digestibility (%). 
And what is the proper formular to analysis the two (i.e IVOMD and IVDMD %)

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plant extracts and essential oil