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Dr. Mrs. Elizabeth Temitope Alori holds a Ph.D degree in Soil Science of University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria. Her areas of research interest include Agro microbial biotechnology, Bioremediation Agro microbial ecology, Soil fertility management for sustainable food security. She was with North-West University, Mafikeng campus South Africa on fellowship from January to December 2015. Dr. Alori is an accomplished author of many local and international Journals, books and book chapters
(i) Olowonihi, T., Fawole, O. and Afolayan, A. (2011)Arbuscular Mycorrhizal
Fungi in Southern Guinea Savanna of Nigeria:Occurrence or Arbuscular
Mycorrhizal Fungi and factors affecting their distribution in selected soils.
Lambert Academic Publishing. 2011. Pp 1-115. ISBN: 978-3-8473-
(ii) Alori E. T. (2015) Phytoremediation Using Microbial Community. In A A Ansari, S S Gill, L Newman, G R Lanza , Phytoremediation: Management of Environmental Contaminants. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland pp 183-190
(iii) Alori E. T and Nwapi Chilenye (2015) Soils: International Legal Regime on Sustainable Soils In. Food and Agricultural Law :Readings on sustainable agriculture and law in Nigeria. The Institute for Oil, Gas, Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development (OGEES Institute) Nigeria 98-114
(iv) Alori E.T. Dare M. O. and Babalola O. O. 2016 Microbial inoculants for soil quality and plant fitness In: Erich Lichtfouse (Ed) Sustainable Agriculture Reviews springer ( In Print)
(v) Alori E. T. 2014 Food Security in Nigeria In: Ajayi Rotimi and Fashagba Joseph Olayinka (Eds) Understanding Goverment and Politics in Nigeria. Department of Political Science and International Relations, Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara State, Nigeria
(vi) Elizabeth Temitope Alori and Oluyemisi Bolajoko Fawole 2016Microbial Inoculants Assisted Phytoremediation for Sustainable Soil Management In: Ansari A. A. Gill S. S. Gill R. Lanza G. R. and Newman L. (Eds) Phytoremediation –Management of Environmental Contaminants Volume 5 Springer International Publishing, Switzerland ( In print)
(a) JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
(i) Fawole, O. B. and Olowonihi (2005) Studies on the Distribution of Bacteria and
Fungi in the five soil series of University of Ilorin Teaching and Research Farm.
Journal of Agricultural Research and Development 2005 Vol. 4 No 2: 218-227.
(i) Fawole, O.B., Aluko, M. and Olowonihi T.E.(2008& 2009) Effects of
Carbendazim- Mancozeb Fungicidal Mixture on Soil Microbial Populations and
some Enzyme activities in soil. Agro-search 2008 & 2009 Vol.10 No 1 & 2:
(ii) Olowonihi, E. T. and Fawole (2011) Phytoremediation of Soils Contaminated
with Aluminum and manganese byTwo Arbuscular Mycorrhizal fungi in
Southern Guinea Savanna, Nigeria. Journal of Science Research. Vol. 10
No 2. 199-205 Nigeria
(iii) Alori E., Fawole O. and Afolayan A. (2012) Characterization of Arbuscular
Mycorrhizal Spores Isolated from Southern Guinea Savanna of Nigeria. Journal
of Agricultural Science. Vol. 4, No. 7. 13-19. Canada
(iv) Alori, E. T. and Fawole, O. B. (2012) Influence of chemical inputs on
Arbuscular Mycorrhiza spores. Journal of Agriculture and Social Research.
Vol. 12, No.2 . Nigeria
(v) Fawole O.B. Alori E. T. Ojo O. A. 2016.Evaluation of two composts for the improvement of Crop yield using tomato (lycopersicon esculentum) as test crop” Journal of Agricultural Sciences''Vol. 61, No. 1 Republic of Serbia
1. Alori E. T. and Nwapi C. 2015 The International Legal Regime for Sustainable Soil In 2015: Ako R. T and Olawuyi D. S. (Eds) Food and Agricultural Law Readings on Sustainable Agriculture and the Law in Nigeria, Afe Babalola University Ado Ekiti, Nigeria 98-114
2. Alori E.T.2015 Phytoremediation Using Microbial Communities:II In: Ansari A. A. Gill S. S. Gill R. Lanza G. R. and Newman L. (Eds) Phytoremediation –Management of Environmental Contaminants Volume 2. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland pp 183-190
3. Alori E.T. Dare M. O. and Babalola O. O. 2016 Microbial inoculants for soil quality and plant fitness In: Erich Lichtfouse (Ed) Sustainable Agriculture Reviews springer ( In Print)
4. Fawole O.B. Alori E. T. Ojo O. A. 2016.Evaluation of two composts for the improvement of Crop yield using tomato (lycopersicon esculentum) as test crop” Journal of Agricultural Sciences''Vol. 61, No. 1 Republic of Serbia
(i) SOS 211 Principles of Soil Science
(ii) CRP 223 Introductory Climatology and Biogeography
(iii)AGR 211 General Agriculture
(iv)SOS 312 Introductory Pedology and Soil Physcis
(v)SOS 321 Soil Chemistry and Microbiology
(vi)SOS 522 Soil Chemistry and Microbiology
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