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2002Contributions of Southern Nigeria to oil palm developmentIkhajiagbe, B; Mensah, J.K; Igbinovia, V
2006Economic Potentials of water hyacinth.Ikhajiagbe, B; Mensah, J.K; Obadoni, B.O
2006Ecotaxonomic distribution of plant species around auto mechanic workshops in Asaba and Benin City: Identification of oil tolerant species.Anoliefo, G.O; Diafe, F.V; Ikhajiagbe, B; Okonokhua, B.O
2003Effects of elevated CO2 on agronomic and biochemical parameters of cowpea.Ikhajiagbe, B; Mensah, J.K; Assogba, P.A
2006Effects of salinity on germination, growth and yield of five groundnut genotypes.Mensah, J.K; Ikhajiagbe, B; Apomeah, P.A; Ekpekurede, E.O
2007The effects of spent engine oil on soil properties and growth of maize (Zea mays L.).Ikhajiagbe, B; Anoliefo, G.O; Okonokhua, B.O
2013Effects of watering regimes on the intrinsic qualities of bioremediated waste engine oil-polluted soilIkhajiagbe, B; Anoliefo, G.O; Oshomoh, E.O; Agbonrienrien, Blessing
2006Growth response of fluted pumpkin (Telferia occidentalis L.) in soil polluted with waste engine oilIkhajiagbe, B
2011Impact of substrate amendment on the polyaromatic hydrocarbon contents of a five month old waste engine oil polluted soilIkhajiagbe, B; Anoliefo, G.O
2007Leaf anatomy and proximate composition of some grass species grazed by small ruminants in Midwestern Nigeria: A consideration for selectivity of fodder grass.Ikhajiagbe, B; Mensah, J.K; Okonokhua, B.O; Kekere, O; Egwu, E
2008Metal tolerant species distribution and richness in and aroud metal based industries: possible candidates for phytoremediation.Anoliefo, G.O; Edegbai, B.E; Obasuyi, O.C; Ikhajiagbe, B; Okonokhua, B.O
2007Responses of Sphenostylis stenocarpa (Hochst Ex A. Rich) Harms (African yam bean) to salinity stress I: Germination and vegetative growth.Ikhajiagbe, B; Mgbeze, G.C; Dania, Folu M
2007Responses of Sphenostylis stenocarpa (Hochst ex a. Rich) Harms (African yam bean) to salinity stress II: Yield, yield components, and chemical composition.Anoliefo, G.O; Dania, Folu M; Ikhajiagbe, B