Abbot O. Oghenekaro

Abbot O. Oghenekaro

University of Manitoba

H-index: 14

North America-Canada

About Abbot O. Oghenekaro

Abbot O. Oghenekaro, With an exceptional h-index of 14 and a recent h-index of 11 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of Manitoba, specializes in the field of Plant pathology, Fungal taxonomy, Plant-microbe interaction, Fungal genomics.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Building on a foundation: Advances in epidemiology, resistance breeding, and forecasting research for reducing the impact of Fusarium head blight in wheat and barley

Population Genetic Structure and Chemotype Diversity of Fusarium graminearum Populations from Wheat in Canada and North Eastern United States

Arbuscular mycorrhizae: Under-Tapped potential benefits and perspective on Africa

Genome sequencing of Rigidoporus microporus provides insights on genes important for wood decay, latex tolerance and interspecific fungal interactions

Author Correction: Genome sequencing of Rigidoporus microporus provides insights on genes important for wood decay, latex tolerance and interspecific fungal interactions

Exopolysaccharides from bacteria and fungi: current status and perspectives in Africa

Abbot O. Oghenekaro Information

University

University of Manitoba

Position

Postdoctoral Fellow Dept of Plant Science

Citations(all)

619

Citations(since 2020)

401

Cited By

334

hIndex(all)

14

hIndex(since 2020)

11

i10Index(all)

17

i10Index(since 2020)

13

Email

University Profile Page

University of Manitoba

Abbot O. Oghenekaro Skills & Research Interests

Plant pathology

Fungal taxonomy

Plant-microbe interaction

Fungal genomics

Top articles of Abbot O. Oghenekaro

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

Building on a foundation: Advances in epidemiology, resistance breeding, and forecasting research for reducing the impact of Fusarium head blight in wheat and barley

WG Dilantha Fernando

Abbot O Oghenekaro

James R Tucker

Ana Badea

2021/7/4

Population Genetic Structure and Chemotype Diversity of Fusarium graminearum Populations from Wheat in Canada and North Eastern United States

Toxins

Abbot O Oghenekaro

Maria A Oviedo-Ludena

Mitra Serajazari

Xiben Wang

Maria A Henriquez

...

2021/3/1

Arbuscular mycorrhizae: Under-Tapped potential benefits and perspective on Africa

Osarenkhoe Omorefosa Osemwegie

CO Adetunji

AO Oghenekaro

ET Alori

TA Dania

...

2021

Genome sequencing of Rigidoporus microporus provides insights on genes important for wood decay, latex tolerance and interspecific fungal interactions

Scientific reports

Abbot O Oghenekaro

Andriy Kovalchuk

Tommaso Raffaello

Susana Camarero

Markus Gressler

...

2020/3/23

Author Correction: Genome sequencing of Rigidoporus microporus provides insights on genes important for wood decay, latex tolerance and interspecific fungal interactions

Scientific reports

Abbot O Oghenekaro

Andriy Kovalchuk

Tommaso Raffaello

Susana Camarero

Markus Gressler

...

2020/10/20

Exopolysaccharides from bacteria and fungi: current status and perspectives in Africa

Osarenkhoe Omorefosa Osemwegie

Charles Oluwaseun Adetunji

Eugene Ayodele Ayeni

Oluwaniyi Isaiah Adejobi

Rotimi Olusunya Arise

...

2020/6/1

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Abbot O. Oghenekaro FAQs

What is Abbot O. Oghenekaro's h-index at University of Manitoba?

The h-index of Abbot O. Oghenekaro has been 11 since 2020 and 14 in total.

What are Abbot O. Oghenekaro's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Building on a foundation: Advances in epidemiology, resistance breeding, and forecasting research for reducing the impact of Fusarium head blight in wheat and barley

Population Genetic Structure and Chemotype Diversity of Fusarium graminearum Populations from Wheat in Canada and North Eastern United States

Arbuscular mycorrhizae: Under-Tapped potential benefits and perspective on Africa

Genome sequencing of Rigidoporus microporus provides insights on genes important for wood decay, latex tolerance and interspecific fungal interactions

Author Correction: Genome sequencing of Rigidoporus microporus provides insights on genes important for wood decay, latex tolerance and interspecific fungal interactions

Exopolysaccharides from bacteria and fungi: current status and perspectives in Africa

are the top articles of Abbot O. Oghenekaro at University of Manitoba.

What are Abbot O. Oghenekaro's research interests?

The research interests of Abbot O. Oghenekaro are: Plant pathology, Fungal taxonomy, Plant-microbe interaction, Fungal genomics

What is Abbot O. Oghenekaro's total number of citations?

Abbot O. Oghenekaro has 619 citations in total.