Catalase activity in the leaves of different plants and its Implications.
A Taxonomic survey of members of the tribe phaseolae in Southern Nigeria.
Taxonomic studies in the family Adiantaceae from parts of South Eastern Nigeria.
Varieties of Gourds in Akwa Ibom State
Ibiok, M. N., Ndukwu, B.C and Umoh, N. (1991). The Nigerian Field 56: 115 – 119.
Spore morphology in the family Adiantaceae from parts of South Eastern Nigeria
Bassey, M.E. and Nyananyo, B.L. (1997). . Trans. Nig. Soc. Biol. Conserv. 6: 140-144.
Comparative And nutritional studies on three local varieties of Heinsia crinita
Etuk, E.U.I., Bassey, M.E Umoh, U.O. and Inyang, E.G. (1998). Plant Variety and Seeds, 11: 151-158(Cambridge)
Foliar epidermal characteristic of Gnetum buccholzianum Engl
Bassey, M.E. and Ekanem, S.E. (1999). Trans. Nig. Soc. BioI. Conserv. 8: 170-174.
Sporangial morphology in the Adiantaceae from South Eastern Nigeria
Bassey, M.E. (2000). NJSSE 7:11-1
Stomatal Diversity and Ontogeny in Heinsia crinita (Afzel.) E
Bassey, M. E. and Mesikenor, N. O. (2005). Tayl.Journ. of Sc. & Ind. Studies 3 (4): 64-66.
Notes on the non-vascular macrophyte Biodiversity of the IUA- Wildlife sanctuary, Itu, Nigeria
Bassey, M.E., King, R.P. and Ituen, I.E. (2006). Liv. Syst. Sus. Dev. 3(8): 1-7.
Taxonomic implications of Morphological diversity in the macrophyte genus Lasianthera (Icacinaceae)
Bassey, M. E., Etuk, E.U.I and Ekpo, J.U. (2004). Liv. Sys. Sus. Dev. 1 (3):1 - 5.
Chemotaxonomic investigation of Laportea in Southern Nigeria
Bassey, M.E. and Bala, D. (2010). Int. J. Biotechnol. And Allied Sci. 5(1): 664-666. http://www.ijobas.com
Epidermal Morphology and stomatal ontogeny in two varieties of Lasianthera africana P. Beauv. (Icacinaceae)
Bassey, M. E. and Sunday, R.A (2002). Trans. Nig. Soc. For BioI. Cons. (Special Edition): 101-107.
Chemotaxonomic study of Lasianthera africana (Icacinaceae) in Akwa Ibom State of Nigeria
Bassey, M.E., E. U. I. Etuk, R. Ubom and I.E.Obop(2006). Nigerian Jour. of Bot. (19(i): 99-102.
Phytochemical Screening and nutrient, Anti-nutrient Composition of Talinum portulacifolium(Forsk.) Aschers Schweinf
Bassey, M. E., Ajibesin K. K., Ekpo B. A. J. and Edet, B. O. (2006). Nigerian Jour. of Bot. 19(2): 379-383.
Ethnic usage of mistletoes in parts of Akwa Ibom State. Nigeria
21. Bassey, M.E. and Silas, K.M. (2010). Int. J. Chem.,Environ,Pharm. Res.1(3)124-128. (India)
Assessment of the Efficacy of Ethanolic Extracts of Some Local Herbs on Ectoparasites of Goats
Bassey, M.E. and Bassey, B.E. (2013). TAIJST 4(1&2):22-32.
Phytochemical investigations of Tapinanthus globiferus (Loranthaceae) from two hosts and the taxonomic implications
Bassey, M.E. (2012). Int. J. of Chem.Env and Pharm.Research 3(2): 174-177. (India)
Floral diversity of the floodplain in Ikot Uso Akpan (IUA) wildlife sanctuary in Itu, Nigeria
Bassey, M.E. and Akpabio, I.E. (2006). In. Proceedings of the 15th annual BOSON conference (ed. Akpan, G.A. and Odoemena, C.S.I.), Uyo. pp.36-38.
The Impact of the urban environment of Plantain and Banana Production in Akwa Ibom State
Ndon, B. A, Bassey, M. E. and Suh, C. (2004). Journal of Cameroon Acad. of Sc. 4(2): 181 -186. (Cameroon)
Preliminary investigation of herbs used in paeditric care Among the people of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria
Bassey, M.E. and Effiong, E.O. (2011)
Lesser Known spices of Akwa Ibom State; their nutritional, antinutritional, mineral and phytochemical Analyses
Bassey, M. E. Johnny, I.I and Okoro, B.I. (2011).
Quality Assessment of two rural infant dietary vegetables
Etuk, E.U.I., Bassey, M.E ., Ekpenyong, D.C. and Idiong, I.O. (1997). The Indian J. Nutr. Dietet. 34: 5.(India)
Common Wild Fruits from Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria and Nutritional analyses of Landolphia membranacea (Stapf.) Pichon
Bassey, M.E. (2012). Central European Jour. of Expt. Biol.1 (2): 49-52 www.scholarsresearchlibrary.com
Indigenous Browse Plants used For Goat Production in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria; Their Phytochemical, Mineral, Nutrient and Anti-Nutrient Contents
Bassey, M.E., Peters, A.A., Etuk, G.E and Udoh, T.B (2014). Intl. Journ. of Pl. and Soil Sc.3(9):1130-1142. www.sciencedomain.org.
Anatomical investigation of leaves of Sida L. in Uyo, Nigeria and the taxonomic implications
Bassey, M.E., Effiom, A. C. and Mbong, E. (2016). Biotechnology Asian Online Journal 1(1):1-8.
Roadside Plant Diversity and Soil Analysis in Uyo Sub-ueban Environment, Akwa Ibom State,Nigeria
Bassey, M.E. Ogbemudia, F.O. Ezekiel, A. G and Abdulkareem, M. (2017). IJSER 8(11):1098-1111.
Phytochemical and Nutritional Assessment of Justicia insularis T. Anders
Bassey M. E., Etuk E. U. I., Bala, D., Ajibesin, K.K., and Nworu, F. (2003). Journ. Of Env. Des. 1: 41- 47
Ethnobotany of some lesser known wetland plants from Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria
Bassey M. E. and Ekpo, J.U. (2004). Liv. Sys. Sus. Dev. 1, 4pp
Identification and Distribution of invasive plants in Akwa Ibom State
Bassey, M.E. and I.V. Akpanumun (2009). Nigerian Journal Of Bot. 22(2):349-358.
Ethnobotanical survey of indigenous herbs used by traditional Birth attendants (TBAs) in Akwa Ibom State
Bassey, M.E. and Isu,P.O.(2011). A Journal Of Gender and Comm. Health 2(1):30-48. www.jchpublication.co.za (South Africa)
Taxonomic Studies of the Macrophyte genus Acrostichum (Adiantaceae)
Bassey, M. E. and Nyananyo, B.L. (1995). Trans. Nig. Soc. Biol. Conserv. 3: 4-9.
Antimicrobial activities of the leaves of four ethnovarieties of Lasianthera africana Ethnopharmacology 1(3):179-181
Ajibesin, K.K and Bassey, M.E. (2011). www.inventi.in (India)
Taxonomic studies on the GenusConiogramme in South Eastern Nigeria
Bassey, M.E. and Okoli, B. (1996). Trans. Nig. Soc. for Biol. Conserv. Vol.4: 1-5.
Diplazium sammatii: Athyraceae (Nyama Idim)
Bassey, M. E, Etuk, E.U.I., Ibe, M.M. and Ndon, B.A. (2001). Age related nutritional & Antinutritional analysis Plant foods for Human Nutrition 56:7 - 12. (Netherlands). Get Full Publication from Afrithings.net
Bassey, M.E. (2013). Modern Business Press, Uyo. 96 pages.
This book is an attempt to bring a group of lesser known vascular plants to the limelight. Ferns and their allies have more often than always been relegated to classroom lectures with little knowledge of the common genera found in Nigeria. The current classification of ferns and fern allies based on recent findings has been in this book.
Exhibited Ethnobotanically important wetland plants during Wetlands 2000 conference in the University of Uyo