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Prof. Daniel Ama-Abasi

Professor
Institute of Oceanography
amaabasidaniel@unical.edu.ng

Professor Daniel Ama-Abasi joined the employ of the University of Calabar as a Junior Research Fellow in 1991, under the European Economic Community (EEC) Fellowship Programme for the Aquaculture Development in the Oil Palm Belt of Nigeria. He obtained his MSc. and Ph.D. in 1995 and 2003 respectively. He rose through the rank to the position of Professor in 2015. Professor Ama-Abasi won the Fulbright Fellowship in 1998 and was a Visiting scholar in the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA from 1998-1999. He won the International Foundation for Science Research Grants in Stockholm, Sweden in 1999 and 2002. In 2016 he was awarded the prestigious National Research Fund by Tetfund. He has won the University of Calabar Senate Research Grants three times in 1997, 2000 & 2007. Professor Ama-Abasi has served the University in various capacities as Coordinator in Marine Science programme, Coordinator of Diploma in Marine Science, Chairman of Institute of Oceanography Graduate Committee, Chairman of Staff and Students Disciplinary Committee, Examination Malpractice Committee, Central Time-Table Committee, Member of 2018 Mock Accreditation Committee. He has published 44 articles in both Local and International Journals of high reputability. His papers are liberally indexed in Scopus, Google Scholar, Research Gate, Thomson-Reuters Web of Knowledge, African Journal Online, Asian Science Citation Index.  His teaching and research interests are the areas of Fisheries Biology and management, Marine ecology, Pollution and toxicology, impact of climate change on fisheries, Domestication of threatened species. Professor Ama-Abasi is a mentor par excellence; he has supervised and graduated 2 Ph.D. students, 4 M.Sc. students and scores of B.Sc. students in different Universities in Nigeria. He has attended over 40 conferences at home and abroad, including in such cities as Jerusalem, Edinburgh, Arizona, Denver in Colorado, USA, Addis Ababa. Professor Ama-Abasi is happily married to Racheal Ama-Abasi with four sons. He is a Christian leader with interest in Youth work as member of Scripture Union, Nigeria. He is also a member of several Learned Society including Fisheries Society of Nigeria, American Fisheries Society, Fulbright Alumni Association of Nigeria.

Enin, U.I, P.O. Ajah, E. Chukwu, D.E. Ama-Abasi and F. Nwosu (eds) (2006). Proceedings of 19th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria. 233pp.


Enin, U.I., F. E.Asuquo, E. R. Akpan, P. J. Udo, P.O. Ajah and D. E. Ama-Abasi (eds.) (2013): Proceedings of International Conference on Oceanography, Calabar 2013. Theme: Climate change and coastal areas sustainability in tropical and sub-tropical regions.


Ama-Abasi. D. E. and I. M. Okon (1997): Turning a parasite into an ornament: the case of Trichodina maritinkae. Transaction of Nigerian Society for Biological Conservation.(6):6-11


Obiekezie, A.I. and D. Ekanem (1995): Experimental infection of Heterobranchus longifilis (Teleostei, Clariidae) with Trichodina maritinkae. Aquatic Living Resources: 8: 439-443.


Ekanem, D. A. and A. I. Obiekezie (1996): Growth Reduction in African catfish fry infected with Trichodina maritinkae Basson and van As 1991. Journal of Aquaculture in the Tropics (11): 91-96.


Ama-Abasi,D. E. and S. Holzloehner(1998): Host-size relationship in Trichodina maritinkae infestation of Heterobranchus longifilis.Special Publication.No. 26: 15-16. European Aquaculture Society.


Ama-Abasi, D; Uyoh,E.; Ntui, V.O; Ibor, R; Adilejie, C.M. and Udo, M.T. (2018): Genetic identification and phylogenetic relationships of Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus species using ribosomal RNA genes and internal transcribed spacer. Internal transcribed spacer 1, partial sequence; 5.8S ribosomal RNA gene, complete sequence and internal transcribed spacer 2, partial sequence of Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus from lower and middle Cross River. Gensbank accession numbers SUB3599657 CnLCR MG 902955, SUB 3569657, and CnMCR1 MG 902956, released on February, 11, 2018. https:// submit.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/subs/? Search=SUB 3069657.


Ama-Abasi, D. E. and S. Holzloehner (2000). Analysis of size distribution of bonga, Ethmalosa fimbriata in inner Cross River Estuary, Nigeria. Transaction of Nigerian Society of Biological Conservation.7:1-8


Ama-Abasi, D.E. and S. Holzloehner. (2002): Length frequency distribution of Ethmalosafimbriata (Bowdich) in Cross River Estuary and adjacent coastal waters. Global Journal of Pure And Applied Sciences. 8(3): 299-304.


Ama-Abasi, D.E and Obiekezie, A.I. (2002): Trichodina (Ehrenberg) Ciliophora; Peritrichida) Infection of African Clariid catfish Cultured in Nigeria. African Journal of Fisheries and Aquaculture 3(2002): 8-19.


Ama-Abasi, D. (2003). Studies on the population dynamics of bonga exploited by the purse seine fishery in the Cross River Estuary and adjacent coastal waters of Nigeria. The proceedings of the 37th annual conference of Agricultural Society of Nigeria held in Calabar 16th -20th November 2003. pp 409-414.


Ama-Abasi D. and E. R. Akpan (2004): Factors influencing the emigration of juvenile bonga from the Cross River Estuary. Proceedings of 19th Annual conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria held in Ilorin 29th November -3rd December 2004. Pp 737-744.


Ama-Abasi, D. (2004): Length-weight parameters and condition factor of bonga, Ethmalosa fimbriata in Cross River Estuary and adjacent coastal waters. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences. 10(3): 379-383.


Ama-Abasi,D., Sieghard Holzoehner, Udeme Enin (2004): The dynamics of exploited population of Ethmalosa fimbriata (Bowdich, 1825, Clupeidae) in Cross River Estuary and adjacent Gulf of Guinea. Fisheries Research. 68(1-3):225-235.


Kevin Friedland, D. Ama-Abasi, M. Manning, L. Clarke, G. Kligys and R. C. Chambers. (2005): Automated egg counting and sizing from scanned images: Rapid sample processing and large data volumes for fecundity estimates. Journal of Sea Research 54: 307-316.


Ama-Abasi, D. and E. R. Akpan (2005): Possible bioindicators of environmental variability in the Cross River Estuary, S. E. Nigeria. Proceedings of 21st Annual conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria held in Port Harcourt in November 2005. 254-260.


Ama-Abasi, D. (2006): Fecundity, gonadosomatic index and size at maturity of bonga. Ethmalosoa fimbriata in the coastal waters off the Cross River Estuary, Nigeria. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences 12 (3): 287-293.


Ama-Abasi, D., S. Holzloehner and U. Enin (2006): The current rate of exploitation of bonga by the purse seine fishery in the Cross River Estuary and adjacent coastal waters, Nigeria. Proceedings of 20tst Annual conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria held in Calabar from 13th -17th November 2006. 41-45.


Ama-Abasi, D. and I. Akpan (2007): Elemental concentration and size relationship in African cuttlefish Sepia bertholeti, from the coastal waters off Qua Iboe River, Nigeria. Proceedings of 22nd annual conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria held in Birnin-Kebbi, from 12th to 16th November 2007. 245-249.


Ama-Abasi, D. (2007): A review of length-weight relationship and its parameters in aquatic species. Proceedings of 22nd annual conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria held in Birnin- Kebbi, from 12th to 16th November 2007. 240-244.


Holzloehner, S., U.I. Enin, D. Ama-Abasi and F. M. Nwosu (2007): Species composition and catch rates of the gillnet fishery in the central Cross River Estuary, S.E. Nigeria. J. of Afrotropical Zoology Special issue: 107-112


I. Akpan, D. Ama-Abasi, E.I. Obiajunwa, F.M. Adebiyi. (2008): Elemental characterization of African Cuttlefish, Sepia bertheloti, from the coastal waters off Qua Iboe River, Nigeria, using Energy Dispersive x-ray Reflection Fluorescence Technique. Nigerian Journal of Physics 20(2):325-333.


Akpan, I., D. Ama-Abasi, E.I. Obiajunwa and F. M. Adebiyi (2009): Assessment of potential toxic elements pollution of marine environment using African Cuttlefish ( Sepia bertheloti) from the Gulf of Guinea as environmental Bioindicator. Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry , 91(5): 947-954


Ama-Abasi, D. and A. Ogar (2010): Proximate analysis of Snakehead fish, Parachanna obscura, (Gunther 1861) of the Cross River, Nigeria. Proceedings of the 25th annual conference and fair of the Fisheries society of Nigeria (FISON), 25th -29th October 20110, held in Badagry, Lagos. P 507-510.


Ama-Abasi, D and I. Affia (2010): Aspects of the biology of Snakehead, Parachanna obscura from the Cross River, Nigeria.Global Journal of Agriculture 9(2): 7-13.


Ama-Abasi, D. and Uduak Sambo (2012): Reproductive efficiency as a function of size and age in estuarine catfish, Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus, of the Cross River, Nigeria. Proceedings of the 27th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria, held in Yenogoa Bayelsa State from 25th-30th November, 2012. Page 216- 218.


Ama-Abasi, D. and E.R. Akpan (2011): Emigration of juvenile bonga from the Cross River Estuary, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Fisheries 8(1):220-226


Ama-Abasi, D. and Anthony Ogar. (2013):Proximate composition of Snakehead Parachanna obscura from the Cross River, Nigeria. Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 8(1): 295-298, 2013.


Ama-Abasi, D., V. Udo and S. U. Okon (2012): Proximate composition and size relationship in Parachana obscura (Gunther 1861) of the Cross River, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Fisheries, 9 (1) 428 – 433


Ama-Abasi, D. and Uduakobong Sambo (2013): Fecundity, gonadosomatic index and spawning period of Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus of the lower Cross River, Nigeria. Proceedings of 28th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria held in Abuja from 25-29th November 2013, p 253-255.


Ama-Abasi, D., Timothy Okon and Albert Ekanem (2013): Growth and Reproductive responses of Cultured Tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, to some Phytochemicals. E-conference proceedings, 10th International symposium on Tilapia in Aquaculture, Held in Jerusalem, Israel , 6th -10th October, 2013. Pp 1-7.


Ama-Abasi, D. and Uduakobong Sambo, (2014) : Fecundity, Gonadosomatic index and spawning period of Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus of the Lower Cross River, Nigeria. Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, 9: 277-280.


Ama-Abasi, D. and Iniobong Umoren (2014): Comparative study of the decomposition of Rhizophora racemosa and Nypa fruticans of the Great Kwa River, Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, 9: 267-271


Ama-Abasi, Daniel and Jack Showell (2014): Incidence of pathogenic bacteria in two species of periwinkle, Pachymelania aurita and Tympanotonus fuscatus of the Cross River estuary. Proceeding of 29th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria held in Makurdi, Nigeria. 361-364.


Ama-Abasi, Daniel, Jack Showell and Eze Bassey (2015): Influence of flooding on the microbial water quality of the Cross River, Nigeria. Journal of Marine Science: Research and Development : Proceedings of 3rd International Conference in Oceanography held in Philadelphia, USA, 22-24 June 2015.


Showell, J.O., E. B. Eze and D.E. Ama-Abasi (2015): Density and diversity of hydrocarbon utilizing bacteria in Calabar River Estuary, Nigeria. African Journal of Environmental.11: 34-38.


Ama-Abasi, Daniel and Oden Esther (2015): The pathology of nematode infection in snakehead, Parachanna obscura of the Cross River system. British Journal of Applied Science and Technology. (9(2):131-136.).


Showell, J.O; E. B. Eze and D.E. Ama-Abasi ( 2015). Impact of physico-chemical parameters on recreational water microbial parameters of the Calabar River Estuary, South Eastern Nigeria. Africa Journal of Pollution and Health. 11: 11-25.


Oden, Esther M., Ama-Abasi, Daniel and Ndome, Chris (2015): Incidence of nematode parasites in snakehead, Parachanna obscura of the lower Cross River system, Nigeria. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies. 2(3): 153-159.


Showell, J.O., Eze, E.B. and Ama-Abasi, D.E. (2016): Impact of seasonal variation on the recreational water quality of the Calabar River Estuary. Indian Journal of Environmental Protection 36(1): 24-36.


Showell, J.O., Eze, E.B. and Ama-Abasi, D. (2016) : A comparison of the boating and swimming microbial water quality of Calabar River and Cross River Estuary, Nigeria. Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management, 9 (2): 121-136.


Showell, J. and Ama-Abasi, D.E. (2015): Microbial load of commercially important fish species at Cross River Estuary, Nigeria. Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria, Held in Asaba, Nigeria pp245-47.


Holzloehner, S; Ama-Abasi, D. E., Enin, U.I; Nwosu, F. M; Antai, E. E; Otogo, G.A., Asuquo, P.E., Job, B. E. and Showell, J.O. (2015). Catch composition of the artisanal drift-gill net fishery in the Cross River Estuary, Nigeria. Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria, Held in Asaba,Nigeria. pp 400-404


Ama-Abasi, D. and Showell, J. (2016) : Impacts of watershed characteristics on the microbial water quality of the Calabar, River, Nigeria. Proceedings of International conference of the Hydrological Society of Nigeria held in Minna, Nigeria on 14th- 18th October 2016. Pp- 101-105.


Ama-Abasi, D.E., William, G. and Akpan, E.R. (2017) : Possible Impacts of Waste water Discharge from the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital on the Biota of Great Kwa River, Nigeria. Fish and Ocean Opj. 2017. 1(5) 555571. DOI: 10.19080/OFOAJ.2017.01.555571.


Uyoh, E.A; Ama-Abasi, D; Ntui, V.O. Adelejie, C.M; Oju, R.I. and Udo, M.T. (2018): Phylogenetic and molecular analysis of Chrysichthys spp from the Cross River, Nigeria, using ribosomal RNA and internal transcribed spacer 1 gene. Chrysichthys auratus isolate CaMCR1 internal transcribed spacer 1, partial sequence; 5.8S ribosomal RNA gene, complete sequence ; and internal transcribed spacer 2, partial sequence. Gen Bank MG 977441 and MG 977441. 1 ,released on 27 Feb-2018.

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Showing All Conferences Attended

16th annual conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria
16th annual conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria held in Maiduguri, 2001
Start: Sunday 4th November, 2001
End: Friday 9th November, 2001
3rd International Conference of the Pan-African Fish and Fisheries Association (PAFFA)
3rd International Conference of the Pan-African Fish and Fisheries Association (PAFFA), Cotonou, Benin Republic, 2003
Start: Monday 10th November, 2003
End: Friday 14th November, 2003
21tst Annual conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria.
21tst Annual conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria held in Calabar. 2006.
Start: Monday 13th November, 2006
End: Friday 17th November, 2006
19th Annual conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria.
19th Annual conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria held in Ilorin. 2004
Start: Monday 29th November, 2004
End: Friday 3rd December, 2004
22nd annual conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria
22nd annual conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria held in Birnin-Kebbi. 2007.
Start: Monday 12th November, 2007
End: Friday 16th November, 2007
International Peace Conference
International Peace Conference held in Annapolis, Maryland, USA, April 1999.
Start: Saturday 3rd April, 1999
End: Saturday 3rd April, 1999
International Conference on Oceanography, Calabar, Nigeria. 12th- 14th November 2013.
International Conference on Oceanography, Calabar, Nigeria.
Start: Tuesday 12th November, 2013
End: Thursday 14th November, 2013
4th International Fisheries Conference.
4th International Fisheries Conference held in Vancouver, Canada. 2004.
Start: Tuesday 4th May, 2004
End: Friday 7th May, 2004
132nd Annual Meeting of American Fisheries Society
132nd Annual Meeting of American Fisheries Society held in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 2002.
Start: Sunday 18th August, 2002
End: Thursday 22nd August, 2002
Over-fishing in Bonga fishery by the purse seiners in Cross River Estuary and adjacent coastal waters, Nigeria.
37th annual conference of Agricultural Society of Nigeria held in Calabar. 2003.
Start: Sunday 16th November, 2003
End: Thursday 20th November, 2003
6th Annual conference of Nigerian Society for Biological Conservation held in Calabar
Turning a parasite into an ornament: the case of Trichodina maritinkae.
Start: Saturday 15th November, 1997
End: Tuesday 18th November, 1997
ICES Conference held
ICES Conference held in Oslo, Norway, 2001.
Start: Monday 3rd September, 2001
End: Monday 3rd September, 2001
32nd Annmual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria
32nd Annmual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria held in Awka Anambra State. 2017.
Start: Monday 23rd October, 2017
End: Friday 27th October, 2017
International Conference, Aquaculture Europe ’98 .
D. E. Ama-Abasi and S. Holzlohner (1998): Host-size relationship in Trichodina maritinkae (Ciliphora: Peritrichia) infestation of Heterobranchus longifilis. (Teleostei: Clariidae).
Start: Wednesday 7th October, 1998
End: Saturday 10th October, 1998
7th International Conference of Hydrological Society of Nigeria
7th International Conference of Hydrological Society of Nigeria held in Minna, Nigeria.
Start: Tuesday 18th October, 2016
End: Friday 21st October, 2016
9th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Biological Conservation
9th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Biological Conservation held in Owerri.
Start: Monday 25th September, 2000
End: Tuesday 26th September, 2000
26th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria.
26th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria, held in Minna, Nigeria. 2011.
Start: Monday 28th November, 2011
End: Friday 2nd December, 2011
30th Annual conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria
30th Annual conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria held in Asaba.
Start: Monday 23rd November, 2015
End: Friday 27th November, 2015
11th Annual Conference of Fulbright Alumni Association of Nigeria.
11th Annual Conference of Fulbright Alumni Association of Nigeria at Covenant University ,Ota, Ogun State. 2012
Start: Monday 10th September, 2012
End: Thursday 13th September, 2012
The dynamics of exploited population of bonga, Ethmalosa fimbriata in Cross River Estuary and adjacent Gulf of Guinea.
134th Annual Meeting of American Fisheries Society held in Quebec, Canada. 2003.
Start: Wednesday 13th August, 2003
End: Monday 18th August, 2003
2nd Annual Conference of Fulbright Alumni Association of Nigeria.
2nd Annual Conference of Fulbright Alumni Association of Nigeria, held in Zaria, 2001.
Start: Monday 5th November, 2001
End: Monday 5th November, 2001
29th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria.
29th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria, Makurdi, Nigeria.
Start: Monday 24th November, 2014
End: Saturday 29th November, 2014
4th International Conference of Pan African Fishes and Fisheries Association.
4th International Conference of Pan African Fishes and Fisheries Association held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 2008.
Start: Sunday 21st September, 2008
End: Friday 26th September, 2008
25th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria.
25th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria, held in Badagry, Nigeria. 2010.
Start: Sunday 24th October, 2010
End: Friday 29th October, 2010
Inaugural Conference of Fulbright Alumni Association of Nigeria.
Inaugural Conference of Fulbright Alumni Association of Nigeria, held in Ibadan. 2000
Start: Monday 7th August, 2000
End: Thursday 10th August, 2000
4th International Conference of West African Society for Toxicology.
4th International Conference of West African Society for Toxicology, Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
Start: Tuesday 3rd February, 2015
End: Friday 6th February, 2015
135th Annual Conference of American Fisheries Society.
135th Annual Conference of American Fisheries Society held in Alaska. 2005.
Start: Sunday 11th September, 2005
End: Thursday 15th September, 2005
Fulbright Enrichment Seminar
Fulbright Enrichment Seminar Held in Denver, Colorado, USA, April 1999
Start: Friday 2nd April, 1999
End: Friday 2nd April, 1999
27th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria.
27th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria, held at Yenogoa, Bayelsa State. 2012.
Start: Sunday 25th November, 2012
End: Friday 30th November, 2012
5th Annual Conference of Fulbright Alumni Association of Nigeria.
5th Annual Conference of Fulbright Alumni Association of Nigeria held in Jos. 2003.
Start: Wednesday 3rd December, 2003
End: Saturday 6th December, 2003
1st Nigerian Universities Research and Development Trade Fair
1st Nigerian Universities Research and Development Trade Fair held in Abuja, 2004.
Start: Friday 26th November, 2004
End: Sunday 28th November, 2004
6th World Fisheries Congress.
6th World Fisheries Congress Held in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom. 2012.
Start: Monday 7th May, 2012
End: Friday 11th May, 2012
10th International Symposium on Tilapia in Aquaculture.
10th International Symposium on Tilapia in Aquaculture, Jerusalem, Israel.
Start: Sunday 6th October, 2013
End: Thursday 10th October, 2013
20th annual conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria
20th annual conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria held in Port Harcourt. 2005.
Start: Monday 14th November, 2005
End: Friday 18th November, 2005
International workshop on the Biology of siluriformes
Experimental evaluation of the pathogenicity of Trichodina maritinkae to fry of cultured African clariid catfishes
Start: Tuesday 24th May, 1994
End: Friday 27th May, 1994
28th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria.
28th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria, Abuja, Nigeria.
Start: Monday 25th November, 2013
End: Friday 29th November, 2013
14th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria held in Ibadan,
Exploitation levels of multi-species fishery in the Cross River estuary
Start: Monday 19th January, 1998
End: Friday 23rd January, 1998
128th Annual Meeting of American fisheries Society held in Hartford, Connecticut, USA. .
Appreciation of American Fisheries Society conference
Start: Sunday 23rd August, 1998
End: Thursday 27th August, 1998
Species composition and catch rates of gillnets fishery in the central Cross River Estuary, SE Nigeria.
3rd International Conference of the Pan-African Fish and Fisheries Association held in Cotonou, Benin. 2003.
Start: Monday 10th November, 2003
End: Friday 14th November, 2003

Showing All Grants Received

Grant Description:
Emigration of Juvenile bonga, Ethmalosa fimbriata from the Cross River Estuary.
Grantor:
International Foundation for Science, Stockholm, Sweden.

Amount:
12000.00  USD
Date Received:
16.07.2002
Grant Description:
The bionomics of Ethmalosa fimbriata in the Cross River Estuary and its adjacent coastal waters.
Grantor:
International Foundation for Science, Stockholm, Sweden

Amount:
9400.00  USD
Date Received:
14.06.1999
Grant Description:
The Reproductive Potentials of American shad, Alosa sapiddisima in Connecticut and Merrimack River,USA .
Grantor:
Fulbright Fellowship Award

Amount:
15000.00  USD
Date Received:
13.01.1998
Grant Description:
For Studies on Reproductive Ecology, management and domestication of silver Catfish, Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus in Eastern Niger Delta, Nigeria.
Grantor:
Tertiary Education TrustFund (TeTFund) NRF

Amount:
33000000.00  NRN
Date Received:
11.10.2016