Personal Details

 

Name: ORUWARI, BOMA MAGNUS

Rank/Status: Professor

Department/Faculty: Animal Science

Nationality: Nigeria

 

 

Qualification

  • Ph.D, ANIMAL SCIENCE 1984, VIRGINIA POLYTECHINIC INSTITUTE AND STATE UNIVERSITY, BLACKSBURG, VIRGINIA, USA.
  • M.sc, ANIMAL SCIENCE, 1981, UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, NE, USA.
  • B.sc, GENERAL AGRICULTURE 1980, UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, NE, USA.

Work Experiences

  • General Manager, PABOD Food Company Limited. (An Integrated Poultry, Livestock company of Rivers State Government), 1998-1990. Administered the company as the Chief Executive Officer.
  • Project Manager/Nutritionist, PABOD Food company Limited, 1986-1998. Formulated least cost, nutritionally balanced feeds for Poultry and livestock for farm use and sales; supervised animal production, processing of birds, freezing and packaging of Poultry and Swine products for sale.
  • Community/Rural Development Consultant in the Niger Delta region. Train Youths/Adult Rural dwellers in poultry and livestock practice ,and establish Agricultural facilities (Poultry, livestock and crops) for Nigerian Agip Oil Company (NAOC) and SPDC (SHELL) in the rural areas of Rivers, and Bayelsa, and States.
  • The SOKU GAS PLANT LOCATION PIGGERY OF SPDC (SHELL) was established by me 8 years ago and is still being managed by me till date.
  • Consultant to RIVERS STATE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY in the area of animal feed manufacturing and general livestock production.

Publication

  1. B.M. Oruwari, J.A. Cherry, D. E. Jones and W. L. Bean (1986). Lipocyte hyperplasia and sexual maturity of Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica). British Journal of Nutrition 55: 621-630.
  2. B. M. Oruwari and T. Brody (1988). Roles of age, body weight and composition in the initiation of sexual maturity of Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica). British Poultry Science 29:481-488.
  3. B. M. Oruwari (1989) Ascorbic acid as a dietary supplement for broiler chickens in a tropical condition. Discovery and Innovation Vol. 1 No. 4:71 -75.
  4. B.M. Oruwari (1993). Proprionic acid and calcium propionate in diets for egg-type layers and broilers. Journal of Applied Animal Science 9:120-128.
  5. B. M. Oruwari, M. 0. Ironkwe, A. Monsi and M.A. Mba (1993). The effect of dietary palm oil on atherogenesis in the rooter. Journal of Applied Animal Research 4:123-13 1.
  6. B. M Oruwari; B. T. See and 0.0. Mgbere (1995). The effect of whole palm kernel on broiler performance and production cost: Energy-protein ratio. International Journal of Applied Animal Science 19:121-129.
  7. B.M. Oruwari, 0.0. Mgbere and B.T. Sese (1995). Ascorbic acid as a dietary supplement for Babcock hens in a Tropical condition. Journal of Applied Animal Research 8: 121-128.
  8. B.M. Oruwari, B.T. Sese and 0.0. Mbere (1995). Whole palm kernel in diets for broilers. Bull. Animal. Prod. Afr. 44:178-180.
  9. B.M. Oruwari, 0.0. Mgbere and B.T. Sese (1995). Effect of supplemental ascorbic acid  on performance of laying hens in a tropical environment. Bull. Animal. Prod. Afr. 43 :203-207.
  10. B.M. Oruwari (1998). Changes in body weight, abdominal fat, Plasma lipid and calcium in relation to sexual maturity of Japanese quail (Coturnix conturnix japonica). International Journal of Applied Animal Science 13 :61-65.
  11. B.M. Oruwari, 0. A Ekine, A. Monsi and A. D. Hart (1998). Atherogenic effects of dietary palm oil in rabbits. Journal of Applied Animal Research14:193-198.
  12. B.M. Oruwari, M. 0. Ironkwe, 0. A. Ekine and 0. A. Omodara (1998). The Atherogenic effects of dietary palm oil in the rooter: (Lipid measurements.). International Journal of Applied Animal Science 13: 2 11-215.
  13. B.M. Oruwari (1998). Comparative effects of photoperiod, phenythiouracil, estrogen and testosterone on body composition in relation to sexual maturity of Japanese quail (Coturnix conturnix japonica). International Journal of Applied Animal Science 13:217-221.
  14. B.M. Oruwari (1998). Whole soybeans in broiler feeds and production cost. (JOTEN) 3:85-89.
  15. B.M. Oruwari, A. 0. Amakiri, S. N. Wekhe and T. Wakama (1998). Effect of supplementing raw soyabeans with dietary methionine on performance of broiler chickens. Nig. J. Agric. Teach. Edu. 7:1-9.
  16. B.M. Oruwari, O.J. Owen and A.O. Amakiri (1997). Effect of chlorine in reducing methionine requirement on growing broilers, Nig. J. Agric. Tech. Edu. 6:97-102.
  17. B.M. Oruwari, O.C. Njouku and A.O. Amakiri (1997). The effect of supplementary dietary palm oil and graded levels of protein on broiler performance Nig. J.Agric. Teache. Edu. 6:89-96.
  18. B.M. Oruwari, U.I. Oji and R.0. Iwuagwu (1999). Assessing the true metabolizable energy value and Digestability of molasses in broiler diets. Trop. J. Anim. Sci.1: 17-21.
  19. U. I. Oji, B.M. Oruwari (1999). Performance of growing broiler chickens fed toasted and untoasted melon seed (Colocynthis citrulis. L) meal. Trop. J. Anim. Sci. 1:43-49.
  20. B.M. Oruwari, R.O. Iwuagwu and U.I. Oji (1999). Determination of the true metabolizable energy value and Digestability of sardine meal. Trop. J. Anim. Sci. 1:29-33
  21. B.M. Oruwari, R.O. Iwuagwu and U.I.Oji (1999). Cane- molasses in diets of growing broiler chickens. Trop. 3. Anim. Sci. 2;95-99.
  22. B.T. Sese, B. M. Oruwari, and N. A. Berepubo (1999). The value of cowpea testa in the diet of growing rabbits. Int. J. Anim. Sci. 14:209-2 14.
  23. B.M. Oruwari, U.I. Oji and R. 0. Iwuagwu (1999). Bioavailable energy value and Digestibility of whole mellon seed meäl (Colocynthis citrulis. L). Trop. J. Anim. Sci. 2:53-59.
  24. A.O. Amakiri, B.M. Oruwari, and L. A. Nwate (1999). Responses of broiler chicks to graded levels of Dietary Sodium Chloride (Common salt) in humid tropical environment. Trop. J. Anim. Sci.7: 45-50
  25. B.M. Oruwari, A. 0. Amakiri, J.A. Ogbuji and N.C. Johnson (2000). Metabolizable energy values of whole palm kernels and palm kernel oil, using laying Hens and Adults broilers chickens N. J. Anim. Prod. 27: 64-78.
  26. Ngodigha E.M, Olayinka F. 0. Oruwari B.M., Ekweozor, I.K.E and Wekhe, S.N. (1999). Toxic effect of crude oil on organs and blood cells of West Africa dwarf Goats. N. Vet. J. 20:82-91.
  27. B.M. Oruwari, A.O. Amakiri, and Igwe (1998); Extruded, roasted and untreated full fat soybean meal on broiler diets. Delta Agric 5:62-71.
  28. A.O. Amakiri, B.M. Oruwari, S.N. Wekhe and N. Ogoloma (1998). Responses of broiler chickens to graded levels of Brewers dried yeast. Delta Agric. 5:72-80.
  29. B.M. Oruwari (1998). The effect of supplementary dietary palm oil and graded levels of crude protein on performance and composition of broiler chickens. Bull. Anim. Hlth Prod. Afr. 46:139-144.
  30. B.M. Oruwari., A.O. Amakiri and L.A. Nwate (2001). Tolerance of broiler chickens to high intake of sodium chloride. Nig. Vet. Journal. 22(1):24-36.
  31. N.A. Berepubo., S.N. Wekhe, BM. Oruwari and M.N.       Ogbuna (1997) Pattern in an infertile human family. Niger Delta Biologia S:23-38.
  32. B.M. Oruwari, A.0. Aniebo and D.M. Nkanta (2003). Effect of replacing maize with cassava/brewers dried yeast blend (Cassava yeast) on performance of broiler chicks and feed cost in Southern Nigeria. Journal of Anim. Prod. 30. (2):48-51.
  33. S.N. Wekhe., N.A. Berepubo, B.M. Oruwari and M.N. Ogburia (1998). Drumstick and blood genotype relationship in Man. Niger Delta Biologia 2(2):48-5 1.
  34. N.A. Berepubo., S.N. Wekhe, B.M. Oruwari and M.N. Ogburia (1998). X.chromatin Pattern in an infertile human family. Niger Delta Biologia 2:35-38.
  35. Peace Mobolaji-Bukola., E.A. Allison Oguru., N.A. Berepubo and B.M. Oruwari (2002). Bio-economic Evaluation of the performance of rabbits raised under two different housing systems. Tropicultura 20(4): 176-180.
  36. Ovuru, S.S, Oruwari, B.M. and Berepubo, N.A. (2004) Nephrotoxicity in Rabbits following subchromc Exposure to Nigerian crude oil. Nig. Vet. J. 25(2): 19-26.
  37. Ovuru, S.S. and Oruwari, B.M. (2005). The effects of weathered crude oil, (Bonny Light) on blood cell profile and organ weights in rabbit. Nig. Soc.  Anim. Production 30:52-55.
  38. S.N. Wekhe, N.A Berepubo, B.M. Oruwari, M.N. Ogburia. X-Chromatin (Drumstick) Status of a male West African Dwarf (WAD) goat (Buck) with unilateral cryptorchidism: A case Report (2006). Sahgel J. Vet. Sai 5 (1): 25-27.
  39. L.A.F.  Akinola and B.M. Oruwari  (2007). Response of Laying hens to total Dietary Replacement of Maize with cassava. Nig. J. Anim. Prod. 34 (2): 196-202.
  40. L.A.F. Akinola and B.M. Oruwari (2007). Financial value of total Replacement of Maize with cassava for Laying hens in Nigeria. Environment and Ecology 25 (2): 346-349.
  41. M. O. Ironkwe and B.M. Oruwari (2011). The Implication of High Dietary Energy Sources on Atherosclerosis in the Rabbit. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Sciences and Engineering 3(2):24-31.
  42. M. O. Ironkwe and B. M. Oruwari (2011). The Influence of High Energy Sources on Heamatological Status and Niacin Treatment of the Rabbit. Pakistan Journal Nutrition 10 (10): 974-977.
  43. M. O. Ironkwe and B. M. Oruwari (2012). Effect of Replacement Levels 0f maize with Plantain Peels in Broiler Finisher Diet. Bulletin of Environment, Pharmacology & Life Sciences1 (4):39-42.
  44. Ekine, O. A and B.M. Oruwari (2012). The Stressogenic Effect of Dietary Energy Sources (soy oil, Palm kernel Oil, Cassava and Corn meal) on Japanese Quail. Journal For Applied Research (JFAR) 4 (1):84-88
  45. Ekine O. A.and B.M. Oruwari (2012). Effect of Different Dietry Energy Sources on Egg Production of Japanese Quail. Journal of Agricultural and Social Research(JASR) 12(1):35-38.
  46. Akinola,L.A.F., Sese, B.T and Oruwari, B. M (2012). The Effect of Feeding Different Dietary Nutrient Levels on Sexual Maturity of Japanese Quail(coturnix coturnix japonica). Journal of Animal Production Advances, Turkey 2(11): 500-506.
  47. Bekibele, D. O and Oruwari, B. M (2012). The Impact of Palm Oil on the Combination of Blood meal and wheat bran in diet for broiler finisher. Continental J Agric. Sci. 6(3):8-15

Learned Society Membership

  1. Member, Animal Science Association of Nigeria (ASAN)
  2. Member, Nigeria Society for Animal Production (NSAP)
  3. Member, Nigerian Institute of Animal Science (NIAS )

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