Olaniran Oluyinka Samuel (Publications)
Publisher Unpublished
Publication Type Disertations
Publication Title Methods Of Improving Absorption And Penetration Of Spent Engine Oil By Wood. B. Agric. Tech. Thesis. Department Of Forestry And Wood Technology, Federal University Of University Of Technology, Akure.
Publication Authors Olaniran, O.S
Year Published 2007
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Publisher Unpublished
Publication Type Disertations
Publication Title Effects Of Chemical Preservatives And Incision On The Strength And Durability Of Hevea Brasiliensis And Pterocarpus Milbraedii Wood. M. Agric. Tech. Thesis. Department Of Forestry And Wood Technology, Federal University Of University Of Technology, Akure.
Publication Authors Olaniran, O.S
Year Published 2012
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Publisher International Journal Of Biological Sciences And Applications
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Natural Resistance Of Ten Selected Nigerian Wood Species To Subterranean Termites’ Attack. International Journal Of Biological Sciences And Applications 2014; 1(2): 35 – 39.
Publication Authors Owoyemi, J.M and Olaniran, O.S
Year Published 2014
Abstract

Natural  resistance  of  some  wood  species  used  prominently  in  the  Nigerian
construction industries to termite was examined in  this study. Wood samples were
collected from a Sawmill in Akure and cut to stakesof 35 × 35 × 450 mm which
were to be buried half way in the soil, their density was determined and classified
across  three  density  classes;  high,  medium  and  low. They  were  exposed  to
subterranean termites attack  for 48 weeks (12  months) in  a termitarium.  Monthly
visual estimation of the stakes was done in accordance with ASTM D 3345/1980
rating  scale  and  gravimetric  weight  loss  assessment carried  out  after  6  and  12
months of exposure. Results showed that there was significant difference (p<0.05)
in the resistance of the species to  Macroterms sybhylinus  a native of subterranean
termites  identified  on  the  site.  It  was  discovered  that  species  in  higher  density
classes  exhibited  greater  resistance  and  density  was  found  to  have  a  higher
correlation coefficient of 0.91 with loss in weightafter the exposure period. Other
factors such as presence of toxic extractives and age could also be responsible for
higher resistance. This study proved the inevitability of protection strategies for all
the  wood  species  regardless  of  density  class  using  appropriate  technologies  to
ensure a longer service life and sustainable management of our forest resources.


Publisher Proligno Journal
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Effect Of Density On The Natural Resistance Of Selected Indigenous Species To Subterranean Termites. Proligno Journal 9(1): 32 – 40
Publication Authors ii. Owoyemi, J.M, Olaniran, O.S. and Aliyu, D.
Year Published 2013
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Publisher Drvna Industrija
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Lumber Recovery Efficiency Among Selected Sawmills In Akure, Nigeria. Drvna Industrija 63 (1): 15 – 18.
Publication Authors Olufemi, B., Akindeni, O.J., and Olaniran, O.S.
Year Published 2012
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Publisher Forests And Forest Products
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Preliminary Studies On The Use Of Liquefied Biomass As Wood Preservative Against Subterranean Termites. Forest And Forest Products Journal 5: 51 – 57.
Publication Authors Olufemi, B. and Olaniran, O.S.
Year Published 2012
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Publisher Proligno Journal Romania
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Evaluation Of The Resistance Of Gmelina Arborea Wood Treated With Creosote Oil And Liquid Cashew Nut Shell To Subterranean Termites’ Attack. ProLigno 7(2): 3 – 12.
Publication Authors Owoyemi, J.M, Kayode, J. and Olaniran, O.S.
Year Published 2011
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Publisher Forests And Forest Products
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Effect Of Age On The Natural Resistance Of Gmelina Arborea (Roxb) Wood To Subterranean Termites. Forests And Forest Products Journal 4: 75 – 79.
Publication Authors Owoyemi, J.M., Kayode, J.O., and Olaniran, O.S.
Year Published 2011
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Publisher Proligno Journal Romania
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Absorption And Effect Of Used Engine Oil As Wood Preservative. ProLigno 6(3): 5 – 12.
Publication Authors Olaniran, O.S., Olufemi, B., and Oluyege, A.O.
Year Published 2010
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Publisher Forests And Forest Products
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Decay Fungi Infestation Of Wood Structures In Building –A Review. In: Research For Development In Forestry, Forest Products And Natural Resources Management (eds. Onyekwelu, J.C., Adekunle, V.A.J., And Oke, D.O.). Proceedings Of The First National Conference Of The Forest And Forest Product Society. Federal University Of Technology Akure, Nigeria. 16th -18th April, 2008. Pp 198-201.
Publication Authors v. Owoyemi, J.M, Kayode J.A., Olaniran, O.S.
Year Published 2008
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Publisher Forests And Forest Products
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Prospects Of Wood Waste Utilization In Nigeria.In: Research For Development In Forestry, Forest Products And Natural Resources Management (eds. Onyekwelu, J.C., Adekunle, V.A.J., And Oke, D.O.). Proceedings Of The 2nd National Conference Of The Forest And Forest Product Society. Federal University Of Technology Akure, Nigeria. 26th -29th April, 2010.
Publication Authors Owoyemi, J.M. and Olaniran, O.S
Year Published 2010
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Publisher Forestry Association Of Nigeria
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title The Role Of Wood Preservation In Sustainable Supply Of Forest Products. Proceedings Of The 33rd Annual Conference Of The Forestry Association Of (eds. Nigeria. Popoola, L, Idumah, F.O., Adekunle, V.A.J. And Azeez, I.O.). Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. 25th - 29th October, 2010. Pp. 178 – 186.
Publication Authors Owoyemi, J.M, Fuwape, J.A., Olaniran, O.S.
Year Published 2010
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Publisher Forests And Forest Products
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Bio-deterioration Issues In The Sustainability Of Wood And Wood Products. In: Forest And Forest Products: Key To Sustainable Livelihood (Adedire, M.O., Onyekwelu, J.C., Oke, D.O., Adekunle, V.A.J., Jayeola, O.A., And Oladoye, A.O. – Editors). Proceedings Of The 4th Biennial Conference Of The Forests And Forest Products Society, Federal University Of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria, 23 – 26 April, 2014, Pp (328 – 333).
Publication Authors Olaniran, O.S., Olufemi, B., and Owoyemi, J.M.
Year Published 2014
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This paper discusses the bio-deterioration of wood and issues relating to sustainability of wood products through treatments that makes wood unattractive to bio-deteriorating agents. Wood components and properties that predisposes wood to attack of bio-agents most importantly the affinity of wood for moisture as a result of the presence of hydroxyl groups. Issues bothering on the effects of moisture on bio-deterioration and sustainability of wood and wood products supply were mentioned. Measures to ensure protection of wood from bio-deterioration including control of moisture content, use of naturally resistant wood and use of conventional preservatives was stated. Emphases were made on the need to develop wood modification processes to produce treated wood products that will be environmentally friendly and reduce the effect of conventional preservatives on human health, soil micro-organisms and climatic change. Individual roles in ensuring that wood structures are designed with durability mindset were stated.