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Sunday Babatunde Akinde

"Osun State University ยท Department of Microbiology (Formerly Department of Biological Sciences) Doctor of Philosophy"


Sunday Babatunde Akinde is a Professor of Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. His research focuses on investigating the diversity and activities of microorganisms in various microbially-driven processes for the early diagnosis of global challenges and possible sustainable solutions. The application of his work covers but not limited to the fields of agriculture, biodiversity, biosafety, environment, industry, medicine, public health, and water quality.

Alkane Degradative Potentials of Bacteria Isolated From the Deep Atlantic Ocean of the Gulf of Guinea

The efficiency of bacterial strains isolated from Nigeria Deep Atlantic Ocean water and sediment (2450 m – 2774 m depths) to biodegrade total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH, n-alkanes) constituents of 1% crude oil was compared with that of similar isolate from oily wastewater reservoir in Imo State, Nigeria. Standardized bacterial strains (OD546... Read More»

Sunday Babatunde Akinde, Catherine Chinenye Iwuozor and Omokaro Obire

Research Article: J Bioremed Biodegrad 2012, 3:135

DOI: 10.4172/2155-6199.1000135

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