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Full name: 
Prof. Ogboghodo Ikponmwosa Abraham
Gender: 
Male
Academic
Qualifications: 
B.Sc.(Hons) Soil Science, M.Sc.Agronomy(Soil Microbiology), Ph.D Agronomy(Soil Microbiology)
Faculty: 
Agriculture
Department: 
Soil Science
Research
Selected Publications: 

1. Ogboghodo, I.A., Azenabor, U.F and Osemwota, I.O(2005)
   "Amelioration of a crude oil polluted soil with poultry manure and its effect on growth of   
   maize(Zea mays) and some soil properties." Journal of plant Nutrition 28:21-32

2. Ogboghodo, I.A., Oluwafemi, A.P And Ekeh, S.M(2006).
   Effects of polluting soil with cassava mill effluent on bacteria and fungal population of a soil  
   cultivated with maize. Environmental Monitoring and assessment 116(1-3):419-425

3. Ogboghodo, I.A Unuigbe C.A, Chokor J.U and Azenabor U.E(2006)
   Some effects of poultry manure application to the soil on germination/growth of maize(Zea mays L.)
   and soil properties. Nigerian Journal of Applied science 24:175-180.

4. Ogboghodo, I.A., Oyibo, O.R, Ekundayo E.O and Osaigboro A.U(2007)
   The effects of cassava mill effluent and poultry manure on seed germination, growth parameters and
   nutrients uptake of maize(Zea mays L.) Journal of sustainable typical Agriculture research        

21:44-48

5. Ogboghodo, I.A.,Ohenzuwa, U.B and Chokor J.U(2008)
   The effects of rice husk and abattoir effluent on soil properties, nutrient uptake, microbial   
   species and some maize(Zea mays L.) growth parameters I. Greenhouse Experience Nigeria Journal   
   soil science 18:31-38.

6. Ogboghodo, I.A., Akpowhene, M.S and Chokor, J.U.
   The Effects of rice husk and abattoir effluent on soil properties, nutrient uptake, microbial   
   species and some maize(Zea mays L.) growth parameters II. Field Experience Nigeria J. Soil Science   
   18:39-47

7. Osemota, I.O., Omenete J.A and Ogboghodo I.A(2009)
    Distribution of magnesium forms in some surface soils central southern Nigeria. S.Af. J. Plant   
    soil 26(2):59-63.

Research Areas: 
1. Biomediation of Crude oil/Efficient polluted soils 2. Assessment of Microorganisms under diff land use types 3. Nitrogen Fixation in soil 4. Nitrification in soils.
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Office Address: 
Department of soil science, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria

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