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       Name                  Qualifications  
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 Dr. E. O. Akinfala
B.Agric.Tech (FUTA)

MSc. (Ibadan)

PhD (Ibadan)

 


 

                  

                                  Biochemistry and Nutrition

 

                                                                                              Publications

Akinfala, E. O., Aderibigbe, A. O. and Matanmi, O. (2002). Evaluation of the Nutritive value of Whole Cassava Plant Meal as Replacement for Maize in the Starter Diets for Broiler Chickens. Research for Rural Development 14(6) http://www.cipav.org.co/lrrd 14.6/akin.htm

Akinfala, E. O. and O. O. Tewe (2002). Evaluation of Energy and protein value of whole cassava plant meal in growing pig diets in the tropics. Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa (Kenya) 50, 228 – 234

Akinfala,E.O.,O.Matanmi and Aderibigbe, A. O. (2003). Preliminary studies on the Response on Weaner Rabbits Fed whole Cassava plant meal based diets in the Tropics. Livestock Research forRuralDevelopment15(4)http://www.cipav.org.co/lrrd%2015.4/akin.htm.

Akinfala E. O. and Tewe O. O. (2004). Supplemental effects of feed additives on the utilization of whole cassava plant meal by growing pigs in the tropics. . Livestock Research for Rural Development 16(10 http://www.cipav.org.co/lrrd%2016/10/akin.htm

Matanmi, O., Akinfala E. O., Aderibigbe, A. O. and Akinsuyi, M. A.(2004).Response of cockerels to whole cassava plant meal diets in the Humid Tropics. Tropical Journal of Animal Science 7(1) 83-89.


Matanmi, O., Akinfala E. O., Aderibigbe, A. O. and Akinsuyi, M. A.(2005).Evaluation of the Nutritive Value of Whole Cassava Plant Meal as a Relacement for Maize in Cockerel Chicks Diets in the Humid Tropics. Ife Journal of Agriculture (21) 167-175.

Akinfala, E. O. and O. O. Tewe (2002). Sustainable Crop/Livestock farming system. Cassava plant and pigs option: In: Editors (Akanbi, C. T., Osotimehin, K. O. and Farinde, A. J.) Proceedings of Regional Workshop on “Promoting Appropriate Agro-processing Technologies in West Africa held at Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife.Nigeria. October 23-26. Pp. 182-185.



Akinfala, E. O. and O. O. Tewe (2002) Performance and nutrient utilization of growing pigs fed varying levels of whole cassava plant based diets and palm kernel meal: In: Editors (Akanbi, C. T., Osotimehin, K. O. and Farinde, A. J.) Proceedings of Regional Workshop on “Promoting Appropriate Agro-processing Technologies in West Africa held at Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife.Nigeria. October 23-26. Pp. 177-181

Akinfala, E. O., O. Matanmi, O. A. Aderibigbe and M. A. Akinsuyi (2005). Performance, Carcass Evaluation and Economics of Production of Cockerels fed whole cassava plant meal based diets in the tropics. Bulletin of Animal Health Production in Africa, (Kenya).
  
 

 

 

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