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  • Area of Specialization: Applied Parasitology and Entomology
  • Department of Animal and Environmental Biology

  • Odibo, Ewomazino Oghenekome is an assistant lecturer in Animal and Environmental Biology where she obtained her previous degrees (B.SLT. Biological Technology and M.Sc. -Pest and Disease Management) and currently running her Ph.D. in Parasitology option. Ms. Odibo is specialised in Entomology and Parasitology with key interest in parasitic diseases and vector management.
    My Publications
  1. Godwin Avwioro, Andy Egwunyenga, Collins Adjekuko, Osaro Mgbere, Ewomazino Odibo, Sina Iyiola, Seyi Samson Enitan, Ekere James Essien (2021) Commercial Sex Work During Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) Era in the Niger Delta Region: Relationships Between Knowledge, Preventive Practice, and Transmission Potential, International Journal of Women's Health/Dove Press Vol.Volume 13 Pages: 509

  2. Odibo, Ewomazino Oghenekome, Ojianwuna Chioma Cynthia (2020) Potentials of Plant Oil Extracts (Azadirachta indica and Ocimum suave) in Single and Mixed Forms Against Adult House Fly (Musca domestica), African Entomology Vol.28(1) Pages: 44-54

  3. Odibo, Ewomazino Oghenekome, Egwunyenga Andy and Ojianwuna Chioma Cynthia (2019) SEASONAL DISTRIBUTION OF COCKROACHES SPECIES IN ABRAKA, DELTA STATE, NIGERIA, FUW Trends in Science & Technology Vol.4(1) Pages: 163-168

  4. Monday Abel Otache, Agbajor Kparobo Godwin, Innocent INALEGWU Ocheje, Odibo, Ewomazino Oghenekome (2019) Comparative Study on the Effect of Drying Methods on the Chemical Composition of locally Made Tapioca Grits, Journal of Advanced Research in Food Science and Nutrition Vol.Issue 1 - 2019 Pages: 20-27

  5. Ojianwuna, Chioma Cynthia, Odibo, Ewomazino Oghenekome, Akaninyene, Udoh Akpan, Egwaoje, K. I. (2019) Succession pattern of insects in relation to killing methods of Rattus norvegicus at Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria, Journal of Applied Sciences and Environmental Management 23(3):483 DOI: 10.4314/jasem.v23i3.18 Vol.23(3) Pages: