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  • Area of Specialization: Environmental Plant Physiology
  • Department of Botany

  • Professor Mrs. Noyo Ederogun Edema holds a B.Sc, M.Sc and Ph. D Degrees from the Prestigious University of Benin in Botany, specializing in Environmental Plant Physiology. She has been in the University environment for about 25 years, on several times the Head of Department of Botany and Microbiology; as a Sabbatical Staff at the Federal University, Otuoke, Bayelsa State. She was a Member of the Technical Committee on Flood Disaster in Delta State in 2012. She is Presently the Director, Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer Office (IPTTO), Delta State University. Professor Noyo Ederogun Edema has scholarly publications to her credit both National and International Journals. She is a professor for over six years standing.
    My Publications
  1. Edema, N.E., Esiegbuya, D.O., Akpan, N.E. and Abia, E.G. (2015) Fungi associated with some polluted water bodies in Delta State, Nigeria, International Journal of Basic Science and Technology,-Nigeria/ Vol.1(4) Pages: 49 - 52

  2. Edema, N.E. (2014) Effects of Climate Change Critical Factors on the Seedling Growth and Development of Maize (Zea mays L). , American Journal of Experimental Agriculture Vol.4(12) Pages: 1649 - 1657

  3. Edema, N.E. (2012) Effects of Crude Oil Contaminated Water on the Environment. In, Crude Oil Emulsions-Composition Stability and Characterization , InTech Open Vol.1 Pages: 169 - 180

  4. Mensah, J.K., Edema, N.E., Okooboh, G. and Aifuwa, S.O. (2012) Effects of streptomycin on the chem-sensitivity and agronomic parameters of bambara groundnut (Virgna subterranean (L.) Verde). , Journal of Natural Product and Plant Resources
    Vol.2(1) Pages: 113 - 118

  5. Mensah, J.K., Ikhajiagbe, B., Edema, N.E. and Emokhor. J. (2012) Phytochemical nutritional and antibacterial properties of dried leaf powder of Moringa oleqera (Lam) from Edo Central Province. Nigeria. , Journal of Natural Product and Plant Resources Vol.2(1) Pages: 107- 112

  6. Edema, N.E. and Okugbowa, F.I. (2012) Bioremediation prospect of Fungi, isolated from water soluble fraction of crude oil samples., Ife Journal of Science Vol.14(1) Pages: 385 - 390

  7. Edema, N.E. (2011) Impact of Environment on sonic aquatic macrophytes from some collected brackish and fresh water rivers in Delta State, Nigeria, Nigerian Journal of Science and Environment
    Vol.10(1 & 2) Pages: 270-275

  8. Edema, N.E. and Okungbowa, F.I. (2011) Fungi Isolated from Produced Water and Water — Soluble Fraction of Crude Oil., Pakistan Journal of Science and Industrial Research Vol.54(3) Pages: 163-166

  9. Agbogidi, O.M. and Edema, N.E. (2011) Evaluation of African bread fruit (Treculia africana Decene) for bioremediation in soil impacted with crude oil. , International Journal of Science and Nature Vol.2(3) Pages: 461-466

  10. Agbogidi, M.O. and Edema, N.E. (2011) Loss of Toxicity of oiled soils by two forest species studied (Don. G. Lam. J.) and Gambia albida (Linn.). , Biological and Environmental Sciences Journal for the Tropics
    Vol.8(4) Pages: 74-78

  11. Edema, N.E. (2010) Evaluation of Jatropha curcas for Phytoremediation, Nigerian Journal of Science and Environment
    Vol.9 Pages: 54 - 64

  12. Edema, N.E. (2010) Comparative assessment of the effect of produced water (PW) and water soluble fraction (W SF) of crude oil on the growth and catalase activity of Allium cepa L. , Journal of Applied Biosciences
    Vol.30 Pages: 1866 - 1872

  13. Edema, N.E., Obadoni, B.O., Erhenhi, A. and Osakwurni, U.I. (2009) Eco-Phytochemical Studies of Plants in a crude oil polluted terrestrial habitat located at Iwhreken, Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State, Nature and Science Vol.7 Pages: 49 - 52

  14. Obadoni, B.O., Edema, N.E., Erhenhi, H., Ogle-Odin E. and Amukali, O. (2009) A checklist of the flora of Edaphic grasslands in the rainforest belts of Edo and Delta State of Nigeria, World Rural Observation Vol.1 Pages: 43 - 49

  15. Edema, N.E. (2009) Comparative Response of Allium cepa (L) to the water soluble fraction (WSF) of crude oil and three sources of water, Tropical Freshwater Biology Vol.18(1) Pages: 51 - 61

  16. Edema, N.E. (2009) Total salinity of the water soluble fraction (WSF) of Ogini well-head crude oil and before and after exposure to Azolla africana. , Nigerian Journal of Botany
    Vol.22(2) Pages: 239-246

  17. Edema, N.E. and Erhenhi. H.A. (2009) Environmental Plant Pathology. In Man, His Environment and Sustainable Development (ed. Prof S.H.O. Egboh), Delta State University Press
    Vol.10 Pages: 124 - 146.

  18. Edema, N.E., Okoloko, E.G. Agbogidi. O.M. (2008) Physical and ionic characteristics in water soluble fraction (SWF) of Olomoro well-head crude oil before and alter exposure to Azoila africana Desv., African Journal of Biotechnology
    Vol.7) Pages: 035 - 040

  19. Edema, N.E. and Okoloko, E.G. (2008) Composition of Water Soluble Fraction (WSF) of Aniukpe well-head crude oil before and after exposure to Pistia stratiotes L. , Research Journal of Applied Science
    Vol.3(2) Pages: 143-146

  20. Arimoro, F.O., Edema, N.E. and Amaka, R.O. (2008) Phytoplankton community response in a perturbed tropical stream in the Niger Delta, Nigeria, Tropical Freshwater Biology
    Vol.17(1) Pages: 37 - 52

  21. Okungbowa, F.I. and Edema, N.E. (2007) Antifungal activities of leaf extracts from six Asteraceous plants against Fusarium oxysporum, Nigeria Journal of Botany
    Vol.1 Pages: 45-49

  22. Edema, N.E. and Asagba, SO. (2007) Influence of nutrient supplementation on crude oil induced toxicity in okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.), Nigerian Journal of Science and Environment
    Vol.6 Pages: 58-65

  23. Edema, N.E. and Okoloko. E.G. (2007) Ionic and physical characteristics of the water soluble fraction of crude oil before and after exposure to Pistia stratiotes L., Nigerian Journal of Science and Environment
    Vol.6 Pages: 38 - 44

  24. Edema, N.E., Okoloko. E.G. and Agbogidi, O.M. (2007) Physicochemical characteristics of the water soluble fraction of Ogini well-head crude oil and the effects on Pistia stratiotes (water lettuce), American Eurasian Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Science
    Vol.2(6) Pages: 633 - 638

  25. Agbogidi, O.M. and Edema, N.E. (2005) Effects of crude oil and its water soluble fraction on the growth parameter of Panicum repens “Linn”, Nigerian Journal of Ecology
    Vol.7 Pages: 1-5

  26. Edema, N.E. and Okoloko, G.E. (2000) Chemical changes associated with fruit development in Musa species (Plantain and Banana) species, Proceedings of Gender and Science and Technology
    Vol.1 Pages: 332-334

  27. Edema, N.E. and Etioyibo, E.L (1999) The Effect of Amupke Flowstation Crude Oil on germination, height, fresh and dry weight of Lycopersicon eseulantum and Abelmoschus esculentus species, Transaction of the Nigerian Society for Biological Conservation (NSBC)
    Vol.6 Pages: 1-4

  28. Edema, N.E. and Okoloko, G.E. (1997) Effects of water soluble fraction of Escravos light and Odidi well-head crude oil on root growth, mitotic cell division and chromosome morphology of Allium cepa, Bulletin of Science Association of Nigeria
      Vol.21 Pages: 15-18