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Mr. Augustine Agorye Unimke

Assist. lecturer
Microbiology
aaunimke@unical.edu.ng

Augustine A. Unimke is a young and innovative researcher in the field of Environmental Microbiology and Microbial Biotechnology. His research interest includes biodegradation and biodeterioration of bioplastics, petroleum hydrocarbons and climate change microbiology.

Unimke, A. A. (2014). Relationship between microbial density and physicochemical characteristics of water and sediments polluted by crude oil. An M.Sc. Thesis Submitted to the Graduate School, University of Calabar, Calabar – Nigeria


Unimke, A. A. (2008). Fluoroquinolones resistance in Gram-positive cocci. B.Sc. project submitted to the Department of Microbiology, University of Calabar, Calabar – Nigeria


O. C. Anika , A. A. Unimke, D. R. Tiku and N. R. Isu. (2017). Antibacterial Screening of Two Indigenous Nigerian Spices; Piper guineense and Xylopia aethiopica. Microbiology Research Journal International, 22(1): 1 – 11


Unimke, Augustine A. and Andy, Iniobong. (2017). Fluoroquinolones resistant Gram-positive cocci isolated from University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Nigeria. GSC Biological and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 01(01): 001–005.


A. A. Unimke, A. O. Mmuoegbulam, I. U. Bassey and S. E. Obot. (2017). Assessment of the Microbial Diversity of Spent-Oil Contaminated Soil in Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Advances in Microbiology; 4(4): 1-9.


A. A. Brooks, M. L. Iyakndue, A. A. Unimke and B. E. Agbo. (2017). Rubber Effluent Bio-Analyses and Its Impacts on the Microbial Community Structure of the Soil in Calabar, Nigeria. Asian Journal of Environment and Ecology; 4(3): 1-9.


O. A. Mmuoegbulam, A. A. Unimke, I. U. Bassey and E. E. Igwe. (2017). Antibiotic Susceptibility Profile of Bacterial Pathogens Isolated from Malabor Hostel Tap Water, Calabar- Nigeria. Journal of Advances in Microbiology; 4(2): 1-10.


A. A. Unimke, I. U. Bassey, A. O. Mmuoegbulam and H. N. Ikat. (2017). Microbial Community Profiling of Spent-oil Contaminated Soil in Odukpani, Nigeria. Asian Journal of Environment and Ecology; 3(2): 1-7.


O. A. Mmuoegbulam, I. U. Bassey, A. A. Unimke and E. E. Igwe. (2017). Bacteriological and Physicochemical Quality of Malabor Hostel Tap Water - University of Calabar, Nigeria. Annual Research and Review in Biology; 13(5): 1-12.


M. L. Iyakndue., A. A. Brooks., A. A. Unimke and B. E. Agbo. (2017). Effects of Palm Oil Mill Effluent on Soil Microflora and Fertility in Calabar – Nigeria. Asian Journal of Biology, 2(3): 1 – 11.


Bassey, I. U., Andy, I. E., Nseabasi, N. O. and Unimke, A. A. (2017) Public Health Dangers of using Water from Stream and River Located Near Lemna Waste Dumpsite In Calabar Metropolis. Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research, 3(1): 56 – 64.


Nseabasi-Maina, N., Vinkings, E. G., Bassey, I U., Unimke, A. A. and Abulawor, L.O. (2017). Screening the Milieu of an Abattoir for Bacteria of Public Health importance in Makurdi, Benue State, Nigeria. Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology research, 7(2): 1 – 4.


Nseabasi, N. O, Antai, S. P., Bassey, I. U. Iwatt, G. D and Unimke, A. A. (2016). Chronic Kerosene Contamination and Variation in the Physicochemical and Heavy Metal Content of the Soil in Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research, 2(10): 2094 – 2099.


Unimke, A. A., Bassey, I. U., Mmuoegbulam. O.A. And Nseabasi, N. O. (2017). Seasonal Implications on the Microbiological and Physicochemical Characteristics of Sediments. Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research, 3(1): 156 – 164.


Unimke, A.A, Antai S.P, Agbor R.B, Nseabasi N.O and Agbo B.E. (2014). Evaluation of Seasonal Variation in the Microbial and Heavy Metal Concentrations of Imo River Estuary of the Niger Delta Mangrove Ecosystem. Advanced Research in Agriculture and Veterinary Science. 1 (2): 88 – 94


Unimke, A.A., Antai, S.P. and Agbor, R.B. (2014). Influence of Seasonal Variation on the Microbiological and Physicochemical Parameters of Imo River Estuary of the Niger Delta Mangrove Ecosystem. American International Journal of Biology. 2 (1): 61 – 74.


Antai, S. P., Unimke, A. A; and Agbor, R. B. (2014). Assessment of the Heterotrophic and Crude Oil Utilizing Microorganisms of Imo River Estuary of the Niger Delta Mangrove Ecosystem. American International Journal of Biology, 2 (1): 29 – 42.


Unimke, A.A., Antai, S.P and Agbor, R.B. (2014). Hydrocarbonoclastic and Extracellular Enzyme Potential of Microorganisms Isolated from Imo River Estuary of the Niger Delta Mangrove Ecosystem. International Journal of Biological Sciences. 1(2): 23 – 30.

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Bassey, I. U., Asikong, B. E., Andy, I. E., Unimke, A. A. and Obi, W. U. Bacteriological Assessment of Automated TellerMachines (ATMs) of Calabar Metropolis, Nigeria
39th Annual Scientific Conference and General Meeting of the Nigerian Society for Microbiology, UNN
Start: Monday 19th September, 2016
End: Friday 23rd September, 2016
Multidisciplinary Health Research Conference of West African College of Nursing / Faculty of Administration, Management and Education (WACN/FAME).
Held at College of Health Technology, Calabar,
Start: Saturday 22nd September, 2012
End: Tuesday 25th September, 2012
Bassey, I. U., Andy, I. E., Unimke, A. A., Iyam, S. O. and Obi, W. U. Prevalence of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in AutomatedTeller Machines (ATMs) of Calabar metropolis, Nigeria.
39th Annual Scientific Conference and General Meeting of the Nigerian Society for Microbiology, UNN
Start: Monday 19th September, 2016
End: Friday 23rd September, 2016
Unimke, A.A; Bassey, I.U
39th Annual Scientific Conference and General Meeting of the Nigerian Society for Microbiology, UNN 2016. September 19 – 23, 2016.
Start: Monday 19th September, 2016
End: Friday 23rd September, 2016
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