Publications

Publications 

  1. Fasola T.R, J.S. Gbolagade and I.O. Fasidi. (2007). Nutritional requirement of Volvariella speciosa (Fr. Ex. Fr.) Singer, A Nigerian edible mushroom. Food  Chemistry 100:904-908. READ ABSTRACT
  2. Fasola T.R (2006). Flora and Fauna of Nigeria’s National Parks in Nigeria:Cultural and Natural Heritage Edited by UNESCO and GasNatural, Spain.Pp56-81. 
  3. Fasola T.R and A. Egunyomi (2005). Nigerian Usage of Bark in Phytomedicine. Ethnobotany Research and Applications. Vol. 3: 73-77. 
  4. Egunyomi A, Fasola T.R and O. Oladunjoye (2005). Charring Medicinal Plants: A traditional Method of preparing Phytomedicines in Southwestern Nigeria. Ethnobotany Research and Applications. Vol. 3: 261-265. 
  5. Adenike A.O. Ogunshe, Taiye R. Fasola and A. Egunyomi. (2005). 
  6. Bacterial profiles and Consumer Preference of some indigenous orally  consumed herbal medications in Nigeria. Journal of Rural and Tropical Public Health. (In press). 
  7. Fasola T.R, Ogunshe, A.A.O and Onyeachuchim, H.D. (2004). Ethnobotanical importance of endangered species in the arid zones of Nigeria.Zonas Aridas. No.8. 
  8. Fasola T.R. (2003). Women and Forest Development in Nigeria. Indilinga:African Journal of indigenous knowledge systems. Vol.2No. 2 pp37-44.READ ABSTRACT<>
  9. Fasola T.R and A. Egunyomi (2002). Bark extractivism and uses of somemedicinal plants. Nigerian journal of Botany, Volume 15, 26-36.  
  10.  Fasola T.R. and J.E. Abu (2002). Indigenous Uses of some Medicinal plants from Dambatta and Azare areas of Northern Nigeria. Journal of Tropical Forest Resources.Vol.18. In press.  
  11. Fasola T.R. (2002). The contribution of women herb sellers to healthcare delivery in Ibadan, Nigeria. The Nigerian Field 67: 59-66. 
  12. Fasola T.R. and T. A. Sessi (2001). Propagation and growth of selected important wild plant found in Nigeria. African Crop Science Proceedings.Vol. 5. pp1-10
  13. 1Fasola T.R. (2001). The Ethnobotany and Survey of Olokemeji ForestReserve, Oyo State, Nigeria. Journal of Science Research (In Press).
  14. Fasola T.R. (2000). Screening Nigerian Plants for their MedicinalImportance. Journal of Science Research. Vol. 6 (1) 51 - 57.
  15. Ugbogu, O. A.; Soladoye, M. O. Fasola T.R. and G. Ibhanesebar (2000).Ethnobotany of Okomu Forest Reserve Pages 109-128 in A.B.
  16. Oguntala and M.O. Soladoye, eds., Ethnobotany of Okomu ForestReserve Ecology and Management. Forestry Research Institute ofNigeria.
  17. Oguntala, A. B.; Ugbogu, O. A. and Fasola T.R (1998). Ethnobotany of Okomu Forest Reserve, Nigeria. Proceedings of International Conference on Indicators for Sustainable Forest Management 24th-28th August 1998, Melbourne, Australia. Pp.144-145.
  18. Ajayi, S. T.; Adebisi, L. A. and T. R. Fasola (1997). The Role of Women in the Conservation of Endangered Plant Species. Proceedings of the 25thAnnual Conference, FAN, 22nd September - 26th Sept., 1997, pp. 138 - 144.
  19. Oguntala, A. B.; Soladoye, M. O. Ugbogu, O. A. and Fasola T.R(1996). A Review of Endangered Tree Species in Cross River State and Environs.Proceedings of Workshop in the Rainforest of South Eastern
  20. Nigeria and South Western Cameroon. Obudu Cattle Ranch and Resort, Cross River National Park, Okwango Division, 20th - 23rd October, 1996, pp. 120 - 125.
  21. Oguntala, A. B.; Ugbogu, O. A. and T. R. Fasola (1995). The Ecology and Ethnobotany of Wuda Taye Forest Reserve, Maiduguri, Nigeria.Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference, Forestry Association of Nigeria, 30th October - 4th November 1995, Kaduna, pp. 49 - 58.