OSUAGWU ANN NNENNA

OSUAGWU ANN NNENNA

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Biography

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SURNAME:                                                             Osuagwu

OTHER NAMES:                                                    Ann Nnenna (Nee Iro)

NATIONALITY:                                                       Nigerian

MARITAL STATUS:                                                Married

NUMBER OF CHILDREN WITH AGES:              Two: Five years and 4months.

 

EMAIL: ann.osuagwu@mouau.edu.ng,

NEXT OF KIN:                                                        Osuagwu, G.G.E

 

SCHOOL ATTENDED                                                                           DATE

Azikiwe Road Primary School, Aba.                                                    1988-1994

Comprehensive Sec.Sch.Oza Umuebukwu Ugwunagbo.                  1994-2000

Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike.                            2004-2007

Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike.                            2009 - 2014

 

QUALIFICATIONS OBTAINED                                                                DATE

First School Leaving Certificate                                                          1994

West African School Certificate                                                          2002

B.sc (Hons) Botany Second Class Upper Division                             2007

M.sc Plant Breeding and Genetics                                                      2014  

 

 

INDUSTRIAL ATTACHMENT:                 Nigerian Institute of Medical Research,

                                                                        Yaba, Lagos.

NATIONAL YOUTH SERVICE CORPS: National Root and Corps

                                                                   Research Institute, Umudike

                                                                   Biotechnology Unit (Tissue                              

                                                                   Culture)                                      

 RESPONSIBILITY:                                  Autoclaving, preparation of media,         

                                                                   subculturing of cocoyam, ginger and       

                                                                   turmeric plantlets and cassava.

 

HOBBIES:                                                 Reading and Travelling

 

 PUBLICATIONS

(1)  Edeoga, H. O., Osuagwu, G. G. E., Omosun, G., Mbaebie, B. O. and Osuagwu, A. N. (2010). Pharmaceutical and Therapeutic Potential of some wild Cucurbitaceae Species from South – East Nigeria. Recent Research in Science and Technology, 2(1): 63- 68.

(2). Osuagwu, G.G.E., Edeoga, H. O., and Osuagwu, A. N. (2010). The influence of water stress (drought) on the mineral and vitamin potential of the leaves of Ocimum gratissimum L Recent Research in Science and Technology, 2(2): 27-33.

(3)  Osuagwu, G.G.E., Edeoga, H.O. and Osuagwu, A.N. (2010). The effects of Inorganic Fertilizer Application and Water stress on the essential oils of the leaves of Ocimum gratissimum (L). Nigerian Journal of Botany, 23 (1):122- 131.

 (4) Osuagwu, G.G.E., Edeoga H.O. and Osuagwu, A. N. (2010).The effect of inorganic fertilizer treatment on the mineral and vitamin content of the leaves of Ocimum gratissimum (L). Nigerian Food Journal. 28(2): 55- 65.

 (5) Osuagwu, G.G.E, Edeoga, H. O, and Osuagwu AN (2010). Flavonoid, saponin and tannin potential of the leaves of Ocimum gratissimum (L) and Gongronema latifolium (Benth). Journal of sustainable Agriculture and the Environment. 12 (2): 157 – 167.

(6) Osuagwu, G.G.E., Edeoga H.O. and Osuagwu, A. N. (2010).The effect of inorganic fertilizer treatment on the mineral and vitamin content of the leaves of Ocimum gratissimum (L). Nigerian Food Journal. 28(2): 55- 65.

 (7) Osuagwu, A.N.  and Edeoga, H. O. (2014). Nutritional Properties of the Leaf, Seed and Pericarp of the fruit of four cucurbitaceae Species from South- East Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Science. 7(9): 41-44.

 (8) Osuagwu, A.N. and Nwofia, G.E. (2014). Effect of Spent Engine Oil on the Germination Ability of Eleven Accessions of African Yam Bean Seeds(Sphenostylis sternocarpa Hochst ex A. Rich) Harms. Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences. 7(1): 59-62.

 (9) Osuagwu.A.N., Ndubuisi, P. and  Okoro, C.K.(2017).  Effect of spent engine oil contaminated soil on Arachis hypogea (L). Zea mays (L.) and Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp. IJAAR 5:71-84 

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