Effect of 2.45 GHz Microwave Radiation on the Reproductive Organs of Wistar Rats
Published at Archieves of Applied Science Research 2(6): 37-46.
Published in 2014
Aweda M.A, Usikalu M.R and Awobajo O.
Usikalu Mojisola » Usikalu Mojisola graduated from Federal University of Technology Akure with B.Tech Degree in Physics and M.Tech Degree in Radiation and Health Physics in 2001 and 2005 respectively. She earned a PhD from Covenant University, Ota in 2010. Usikalu is a corporate member of Nigerian Institute of Physics and Radiation Research Society. She is a recipient of some award/scholarship including IUPAP... view full profile
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