Welcome Dr. Saad Farouk Mohamed Hussien to Global Journal of Energy and Environment

Dr. Saad Farouk Mohamed Hussien
Associate professor
Agricultural Botany Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Mansoura University, Egypt


Biography & Research Interest

Welcome Dr. Saad Farouk Mohamed Hussien to Join the Editorial Board of Global Journal of Energy and Environment.

QUALIFICATION:-
1- Ph.D in Agricultural Sciences (Agric. Botany Dept.) from Mansoura University in 31/10/ 2005. Thesis title (RESPONSE OF PISUM SATIVUM L. TO SOME OSMOREGULATORS AND PLANT GROWTH SUBSTANCES UNDER SALT STRESS) under the supervision of Prof. Dr. A. Abo EL-Kheer ; Prof Dr. Mohb T. Sakr and Prof. Dr. Mahmoud A. Khafagy.
2- M.Sc in Agricultural Science (Agric. Botany Department) from Mansoura University (Faculty of Agriculture) in 22/5/2000. Thesis title ( STRUCTURAL, PHYSIOLOGICAL AND OIL CONSTUTIENTS OF CANOLA PLANTS UNDER SALINITY CONDITION ) under the supervision of Prof. Dr. M.S. EL-Hadidi; Prof. Dr. A. Abo EL-Kheer and Prof Dr. Mohb T. Sakr.
3- B.Sc in Agricultural Science (Horticulture Section) from Mansoura University (Faculty of Agriculture) with final grade Very Good IN June, 18/7/1994 and I’m the first one on my colleges.

MEMBERSHIP AND PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:-
1- Egyptian Horticulture Society.
2- Member in Mansoura University Journal of Agricultural Sciences.
3- Member in Social service in my Faculty from 2002 to present.

Research interest:
1- Environmental stress physiology
2- Coping with environmental stresses by some osmoregulators, plant growth substances andantioxidants.
3- Hydroponics “sand culture” and plant growth.
4- The role of natural chelating on Alleviating Heavy metals (Cadmium) stress.
5- Physiology of seed germination.
6- Plant nutrition with nutrients, biostimulants and effective microbes.
7- Sustainable/integrated vegetable diseases in congenital system by elicitors and vitamins.
8- Plant–Animal interactions, focusing on chemical defense mechanisms in plants.
9- Morph-anatomical and Physiological responses plant to biotic (Plant Pathogens and pests) and abiotic (Salinity, Water stress, Drought, eave metals) stresses.


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