In vivo antioxidant assessment of two antimalarial plants-Allamamda cathartica and Bixa orellana
Omonhinmin A. C, Dike I.P., Agbara U.
Omonhinmin Asotie Conrad » Conrad A. Omonhinmin is currently an Associate Professor of Molecular Systematics and Plant Genetic Diversity at Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria. He is also the Co-ordinator, Open Access at Covenant University (OACU) Covenant University. His current research projects focus on Molecular genetic diversity of indigenous underexploited plants and global south perspective and initiatives in Open... view full profile
Ethnobotanical of Dacryodes edulis In Southern Nigeria 2: Practices and Applications amongst the Igbos.
Comparative Germination Studies of Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata Linn. Walp) and Soy bean (Glycine max Linn. Merr) on Whole and Water Saturated Fractions of Hydrocarbon (Hexane)
Assessment of In vivo Antioxidant properties of Dacryodes edulis and Ficus exasperata as Anti-Malaria Plants
Genetic Diversity, Domestication and Conservation Implications of Fruit Morphometric data Analyses for Dacryodes edulis in Southern Nigeria.
Ethnobotany of Dacryodes edulis (G.Don) H.J. Lam in SOuthern Nigeria 1: Practices and Applications Among the Yoruba Speaking People.
Morphological Characterization of Two Species of Abelmoschus: Abelmoschus esculentus and Abelmoschus caillei
Evaluating the Relationship Between Running Times and DNA Sequence Sizes using a Generic-Based Filtering Program.