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Author:Emmanuel Teryila Tyokumbur , Tonye Okorie
Data Source:[J].Biological Trace Element Research(IF 1.307), 2011, Vol.140 (2), pp.215-224Springer
Abstract:Abstract The trace metal levels in the tissues of two popular leafy vegetables Amaranthus caudatus and Corchrus olithorus widely consumed in Nigeria were assessed from a cultivated floodplain receiving effluents from diverse factories in Ibadan. Although the leaves are prima...
Author:Emmanuel Teryila Tyokumbur , Tonye Okorie
Data Source:[J].Open Journal of Ecology, 2013, Vol.03 (04), pp.273-278Scientific Research Publishing
Abstract:Studies were carried out on the distribution andabundance of plankton in Awba stream and reservoir, University of Ibadan over aperiod of four months between November 2011 and February 2012. Studies werecarried out at four selected stations comprising station 1 as the entry pointo...
Author:Julius Idowu Komolafe , Tonye Okorie , Emmanuel Tyokumbur
Data Source:[J].Advances in Bioscience and Bioengineering, 2014, Vol.2 (1)Infinity Press
Abstract:A study was carried out on the physico-chemical quality of water, sediments, effluents and biota in Alaro stream and a pond in Ibadan.Impacts of effluents from Pepsi 7up and Sumal Ltd on Alaro stream and Isoglass Ltd on the pond that receives part of its effluents were studied in...
Author:Emmanuel Tyokumbur , Tonye Okorie
Data Source:[J].American Journal of Science and Technology, 2014, Vol.1 (4)AASCIT
Abstract:An evaluation of the heavy and trace metals in the fish organs of Oreochromis niloticus and Alestes longipinnis from a tropical Alaro Stream in Ibadan, Nigeria was carried out. The aim of the study was to evaluate the concentration of heavy and trace metals in the organs of the f...
Author:Bem Umma , Emmanuel Teryila Tyokumbur , Tonye Okorie
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Biological Sciences and Applications, 2014, Vol.1 (4)AASCIT
Abstract:Trace metal concentration in freshwater fish organs of Heterotis niloticus from Alaro stream in Ibadan was assessed. Trace metals analyzed were arsenic (As), selenium (Se), cadmium (Cd) and lead (Pb) due to their impacts on human health. Inductively coupled plasma-mass spectromet...
Author:Bem Samuel Umma , Emmanuel Tyokumbur , Tonye Okorie
Data Source:[J].American Journal of Food Science and Nutrition, 2014, Vol.1 (3)AASCIT
Abstract:Trace metal accumulation in the organs of the fish Sarotherodon galilaeus from Alaro stream in Ibadan was assessed. A total of 25 fishes were caught in the sampling of Alaro stream. Dissections were carried out using dissecting set to remove the gills, fins, gut (intestine), live...
Author:Emmanuel Tyokumbur , Tonye Okorie
Data Source:[J].Health Sciences Research, 2014, Vol.1 (3)AASCIT
Abstract:A study was carried out on the assessment of heavy and trace metals in the tissues of two fish species, Mormyrus deliciousus and Heterobranchus longifilis in Alaro stream ecosystem in Ibadan, Nigeria. Cast nets with mesh sizes ranging between 30-50 mm with varying dimensional siz...
Author:Emmanuel Teryila Tyokumbur , Tonye Okorie
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, 2014, Vol.1 (4)AASCIT
Abstract:An assessment was carried out on the concentration of arsenic (As) and selenium (Se) in the organs of Cyprinus carpio from Alaro stream in Ibadan, Nigeria. A total of 32 fish were collected from the sampling of Alaro stream from June to December 2003 and preserved by freezing. Di...
Author:Emmanuel Teryila Tyokumbur , Tonye Okorie
Data Source:[J].American Journal of Agricultural Science, 2015, Vol.2 (2)AASCIT
Abstract:A study was carried out on the bioaccumulation of heavy metals (Arsenic, Cadmium and Lead) in the fish Lates niloticus from Alaro hydroecosystem, Ibadan. Fish were sampled and collected between January and December 2003 which was representative of dry and rainy season. Liver, mus...

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