Baze University

MATOUKE M MOISE


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Matouke Matouke Moise is a Cameroonian national and a Zoologist. His primary and secondary educations were done in the Republic of Cameroon. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in  Zoology from the University of Douala, Cameroon,  Masters of Science degree in zoology from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria and Doctorate degree in Zoology with specialization in Hydrobiology and Fisheries from the University of Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria. His researches focus on ecotoxicology, environmental behaviour and biology, food and chemical composition of aquatic resources. 

Title Name Year Acquired
B.ScB.Sc2005
MscMsc2010
Module Code Module Description Credit Unit
BIO102 Biology 2 3
BIO203 General Physiology 1 3
BIO204 Biostatistics 3
BIO206 Chordates and Vertebrates 3
BIO207 Invertebrates 3
BIO302 Hydrobiology and Fisheries 3
BIO310 Seminar 3
BIO314 Research Methodology 3
BIO413 Parasitology & Protozoology 3
BIO499 Project 3
ZOO305 Basic Entomology/Introduction Nematology 3
ZOO826 Parasite Immunology 3

Matouke, M. M., Aken’Ova, T. O and Nock, I. H (2011). Acantocephalan infections of cichlids and mormyrids in River Galma, Zaria, Nigeria Journal of Tropical Biosciences, Vol. 8-9 (1): 56-62. Publisher: Faculty Science, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria.

 

Matouke, M. M and Bechemagbor, A (2011). Prevalence, Intensity and abundance of Acanthogyrus (Acanthosentis) tilapiae (Acanthocephalaquadrigyridae) in Oreochromis niloticus (Cichlidae: Perciformes) from River Galma, Zaria, Nigeria. Biological and Environmental Sciences Journal of the Tropics. Vol. 8(1): 133-136. Publisher: Faculty Science, Bayero, University, Kano, Nigeria.

 

Matouke, M. M (2011). Isolation of endoparasitic acanthocephalan from Hyperopisus bebe Occidentalis in River Galma, Zaria, Nigeria. Biological and Environmental Sciences Journal of theTropics.Vol. 7(4): 96-99. Publisher: Faculty Science, Bayero, University, Kano, Nigeria.

Matouke, M.M and ABUI, OA (2015). Haemathological and Histological Evaluation of African catfish Clarias gariepinus (Teugels) following acute exposure to Methanolic Extract of Khaya senegalensis. Research in Agriculture Livestock and Fisheries, 2 (3):475-482. Publisher: AgroAid Foundation, University of Mymensingh Bangladesh.

Matouke, M.M and Bawa, J.D (2015). P. falciparum malaria associated with ABO blood phenotypes and socio-preventive attitudes in a Tertiary Institution Itas-Gadau, Bauchi State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 37 (2): 52-55. Publisher: Nigerian society of Parasitology and Public health.

ABUI, OA and Matouke, M.M (2016). Sublethal effect of methanol leaves extracts of Khaya senegalensis on growth and food utilization of the African catfish Clarias gariapenius. Bulgarian journal of agricultural research, 22:00 (SCI and Scopus)

Alonge, OO., Famakinwa, T.O., Matouke, MM (2017). Perspectives of bioremediation as a panacea for ecological pollution. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, 23:377-381.(Global press, University of Calabar)

Matouke, MM (2017). Length-weight relationships and condition factor of Hyperopisus bebe (Lacepède, 1803) (Actinopterygii: Osteoglossiformes) in River Galma, Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria. Brazilian Journal of Biological Sciences, 4 ( 8):9 301-305. (Rebbio).

Matouke, MM Robert Houmso (2017). Occurrence of Plasmodium falciparum Malaria Associated with ABO Blood Group in Darazo, Bauchi State, Nigeria. Electronic Journal of Biology, 13:3. (EJIO).

Matouke, MM and Mustapha MK (2018). Binary Effect of Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles (nTiO 2 ) and Phosphorus on Microalgae ( Chlorella ‘ ellipsoides Gerneck, 1907). Aquatic Toxicology, 198:31-39.(Elsevier)

Matouke, MM and Mustapha MK (2018). Bioaccumulation and Physiological effects of Copepods sp. (Eucyclop sp.) fed Chlorella ellipsoides exposed to Titanium dioxide (TiO2) Nanoparticles and Lead (Pb2+). Aquatic Toxicology, 198:31-39.(Elsevier)

Matouke, MM and Mustapha MK (2018). Effect of feeding of cyclopoid copepods (Eucyclop sp.) exposed to engineered titanium dioxide nanoparticles (nTiO2) and Lead (Pb2+) on Clarias gariepinus growth and metabolism. The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology, 79: 42-51. (Springer)

Abui, A. O and Matouke, M.M (2015).Toxicological evaluation of methanol extract of Khaya senegalensis leaves in African catfish Clarias gariepinus. Journal of applied sciences and environmental management, 19(3): 557-560. Publisher: Faculty Science, University of Port-Hacourt, Nigeria.

Abui, A. O and Matouke, M.M (2015). Histopathological changes in gills and liver of african catfish clarias gariepinus exposed to methanolic extract of khaya senegalensis. Journal of Aquatic Science, 30 (2): 303-316. Publisher: Aquatic, Society of Nigeria.

 

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