Prof. Dr. Mohammed Hmamouchi, Ph.D

Editor-in-chief, Arab Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, ISSN 2458-5920.  www.ajmap.info

Prof. Invited, Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal, Canada

Ex. Director, Sentinel Canada, Canada

Prof. Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy Rabat, Morocco

Ex. National Tempus Master Project Coordinator ARF (European Union)

Ex.President of the Arab Federation of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants

Ex. Director of the National Agency of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, Morocco

Ex. Technical Advisor to the Minister of Higher Education, Management Training and Scientific Research

Email:    hmamouchim@gmail.com, ajmap15@gmail.com

 

dr. Amr Amin

Professor of Cell and Molecular Biology

Cairo University, Giza

 

 

Personal Statement

 

The focus of my Lab is to unravel the cellular and molecular mechanisms of selected natural-based
biomolecules against cancer. Through utilizing various cellular & molecular, nanoparticles, bioinformatics and
metabolomics techniques we investigated a variety of biomolecules and introduced them as potential drug
targets. In an early study, we reported saffron’s potent anti-cancer effect against liver cancer and showed that
saffron’s anticancer effect was mediated by its anti-proliferative, pro-apoptotic and anti-inflammatory actions
(Amin et al., Hepatology, 2011, 54(3): 857-867). We then investigated the anticancer activities of saffron’s bioactive
molecules (crocin and saffron) against both liver and colorectal cancers where we showed that autophagy
facilitated the crocin-mediated effects against colorectal cancer. Recently, we developed nanoparticles to
enhance the pharmacological effects of crocin against liver cancer (Awarded PhD Thesis; El-Kharrag et al.,
International Journal of Oncology 50: 212-222). We have also just completed an in vivo experiment to investigate
the therapeutic potential of saffron’s biomolecules and are currently analyzing those very exciting new results
(Two ongoing MSc Theses).
Most recently, we provided in vitro evidence that safranal exerts its anticancer effect through interfering with
DNA replication and inhibiting DNA repair machinery resulting in an increased DNA damage. Inhibited protein
expression of main contributors of DNA double-stand-break repair mechanism such as TDP1, HDAC1 and
HDAC2 clearly supported that notion. Safranal also induced the phosphorylation of histone-H3 and the cleavage
of PARP resulting in cell cycle arrest. Apoptosis was triggered as safranal activated initiator caspases of both
intrinsic and extrinsic pathways. Extended safranal-induced ER stress may elucidate the activation of both
caspase-8 and -9, which are also indicators of ER stress-mediated apoptosis. Expectedly, caspase-3 and -7, the
downstream targets of the initiators, were activated upon safranal treatment. These findings were interestingly
consistent with systems analysis where unfolded protein response was shown to be among the top GO terms of
up-regulated genes in response to safranal treatment for 12 and 24 h. Our recently reported results suggest a
novel mechanism of safranal-mediated inhibition of liver cancer both in vitro and in vivo (both in murine and
zebrafish models) (in publication).
First and in collaboration with computational biologists and bioinformaticians, we are now utilizing
metabolomics to understand how safranal affects different pathways (namely, apoptosis and inflammation) in
hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). Toward that goal, we are set to define gene expression profile of HepG2 along
with other liver cell lines treated with this bioactive molecule. This study will take advantage of RNASeq technique
to define gene expression profiles of HepG2 cells with or without safranal treatment and to identify metabolic
pathways affected by safranal through metabolic modeling integrated with RNASeq expression data and
metabolic phenotype array profiles. In addition, transcriptome analysis of safranal-treated HepG2 cells is
currently underway using Illumina HiSeq2000 and high performance computing clusters. Following transcriptome
sequencing, obtained reads will be mapped to a human reference sequence and expression of genes will be
determined by calculating RPKM values for each gene. The NOISeq software will group genes that are
upregulated, downregulated, or unaffected for further analyses. We will then use the manually curated
knowledge-based Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA) designations to introduce functional relevance to up- and
down-regulated genes after safranal treatment for 12 and 24 h. Among the IPA preliminarily generated (Figure
4), top enriched networks were liver hyperplasia/hyper-proliferation, hepatocellular carcinoma, liver proliferation,
liver necrosis/cell death and liver regeneration. Those networks indicated the inhibition of HCC at both 12 and
24 h after safranal treatments (Ongoing MSc Thesis).
As current HCC therapies have made little impact on survival, alternative strategies are desperately needed.
Two major problems with current cancer therapies have been identified. Firstly, chemotherapeutic agents do not
eradicate the cancer stem cells, which are the only cells able to recapitulate the tumor and are responsible for
forming distant metastases. Secondly, cancer cells recruit peritumoral stromal cells that induce interactions that
benefit the cancer and reduce penetration of therapeutic drugs. Thus, in other major project, we are targeting
the cancer stem cells (CSC) and the stroma by chitosan nanoparticles carrying a payload of metformin and the
smoothened inhibitor vismodegic, both of which have been shown to eradicate CSC. These nanoparticles will
target CSCs by incorporating monoclonal antibodies to CSCs’ marker EpCAM and will carry rhodamine 123 dye
for tracking the nanoparticles after injection. In addition, pegylated hyaluronidase will be employed to target and
disrupt the peritumoral storma and prevent its reformation. The nanoparticles will be optimized and their
effectiveness of eradicating CSCs will be evaluated both in vitro and in vivo. Their effectiveness in vivo will be
assessed both alone and in combination with HCC conventional therapies; mainly sorafenib. The overall goal is
to provide a more effective treatment for patients with HCC.
Despite the need to establish reliable and physiologically relevant in vitro assays that relates better to the in
vivo environment, the vast majority of studies using cancer cell lines remain to be performed in traditional
monolayer cultures. The development of culture system that fully mirrors cancer and its diverse cellular
microenvironment is lagging and needs to be further developed. Recent studies have shown that the tumor
microenvironment plays a critical role in modulating the process of liver hepatocarcinogenesis, fibrosis, epithelialmesenchyme
transition, tumor invasion and metastasis. In another ongoing project in my lab, we have set up a
tumor environment of HCC using three-dimensional culture to evaluate the effects of microenvironment
interactions through analyzing the transcriptome and proteome of both liver cancer cells and their stromal
counterparts (Defended MSc Thesis).
B. Positions and Honors
Positions and Employment
1995-1996 Adjunct Faculty, Columbia College, Chicago, USA
2000-2004 Assistant Professor, Biology Department, College of Science, UAE University, UAE
2004-2010 Associate Professor, Biology Department, College of Science, UAE University, UAE
2010-2018 Full Professor, Biology Department, College of Science, UAE University, UAE
Other Experience and Professional Memberships
1998- Member, Genetics Society of America
2003- Member, American Association of Cell Biology
2003- Member, American Association for Cancer Research
Honors
2007 Shoman Award for Young Arab Researchers in Biological and Environmental Sciences, Jordan
2008 College Award for Excellence in Scholarship
2009 College Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
2016 Khalifa Award for Education for University Professor Distinguished in Scientific Research, UAE
2018 College Award for Excellence in Scholarship
C. Selected Peer-Reviewed Publications
1. Greish, Y.E., Sulafa,…., Amin, A., El-kharrag, R. (2018). Synthesis and Characterization of Chitosan-coated
Magnetite Nanoparticles Using a Modified Wet Method for Drug Delivery Applications. International Journal
of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials, In revision.
2. Hamza, A.A., Fikry, E.M., Abdallah, W., Amin, A. (2018). Mechanistic insights into the augmented effect of
bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells and thiazolidinediones in streptozotocin-nicotinamide induced
diabetic rats. Scientific Reports, Accepted.
3. Kamal, H., Jafar, S., Mudgil, P., Kumari, C., Amin, A., Maqsood, S. (2018). Camel whey protein hydrolysates
with potential anticancer, antidiabetic and anti-inflammatory properties. Journal of Dairy Science, Accepted.
4. Mathew, B.T., Raji, S., Dagher, S., Hilal-Alnaqbi, A., Mourad, A.I., Al-Zuhair, S., Al Ahmad, M., El-Tarabily,
K.A., Amin, A. (2018).Bilirubin Detoxification Using Different Phyto-materials: Characterization and in Vitro
Studies. International Journal of Nanomedicine, In press.
5. Hamza, A. A., Heeba, G. H., Elwy, H. M., Murali, C., El-Awady, R., Amin, A. (2018). Molecular
characterization of the grape seeds extract’s effect against chemically induced liver cancer: In vivo and in
vitro analyses. Scientific Reports, https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-19492-x
6. Fu, W., Chaiboonchoe, A., Khraiwesh, B., Sultana, M., Jaiswal, A., Jijakli, K., Nelson, D.R., Al-Hrout, A.,
Baig, B., Amin, A., Salehi-Ashtiani, K. (2017). Intracellular Spectral Recompositioning of Light Enhances
Algal Photosynthetic Efficiency. Science Advances 3 (9), e1603096, DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1603096
7. Al Hrout, A., Baig, B., Hilal-Alnaqbi, A., Amin, A. (2017). Cancer and Biotechnology: A Matchup that Should
Never Slowdown. In: Malik S. (eds) Biotechnology and Production of Anti-Cancer Compounds. Springer-
Nature, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-53880-8_3
8. El-Kharrag, R., Amin, A., Hisaindee, S., Greish, Y., Karam, SM. (2017). Development of a therapeutic model
of precancerous liver using crocin-coated magnetite nanoparticles. International Journal of Oncology 50:
212-222.
9. Amin, A., Hamza, A. A., Daoud, S., Khazanehdari, K., Al Hrout, A., Baig, B., Chaiboonchoe, A., Adrian, T.
E., Zaki, N., Salehi-Ashtiani, K. (2016). Saffron-Based Crocin Prevents Early Lesions of Liver Cancer: In
Vivo, In Vitro & Network Analyses. Recent Patents on Anti-Cancer Drug Discovery 11: 121-133.
10. Hamza, A. A., Ahmed, M. M., Elwey, H. M., Amin, A. (2016). Melissa officinalis protects against doxorubicininduced
cardiotoxicity in rats and potentiates its anticancer activity on MCF-7 cells. PLoS ONE,
doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0167049
11. Hana, E., Amin, A., Zaki, N. (2015). Detecting Protein Complexes in Protein Interaction Networks Modeled
as Gene Expression Biclusters. PLoS ONE, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0144163
12. Amin, A., Bashir, A., Zaki, N., McCarthy, D., Ahmed, S., Lotfy, M. (2015). Insights into glycan biosynthesis
of chemically-induced hepatocellular carcinoma in rats: A glycomic analysis. World Journal of
Gastroenterology 21(20): 6167-6179.
13. Amin, A., Bajbouj, K. Koch, A., Gandesiri, M., Schneider-Stock, R. (2015). Defective Autophagosome
Formation in p53-Null Colorectal Cancer Reinforces Crocin-Induced Apoptosis. International Journal of
Molecular Sciences 16, 1544-1561.
14. Block, K. I., Gyllenhaal, C., Lowe, L., Amedei, A., Amin, A. R. M. R., Amin, A. et al. (2015). Designing a
broad-spectrum integrative approach for cancer prevention and treatment. Seminars in Cancer Biology 35:
S276-S304.
15. Hirschey, M. D., DeBerardinis, R. J., Diehl, A. M. E., Drew, J. E., Amin, A., < >, et al. (2015). Dysregulated
metabolism contributes to oncogenesis. Seminars in Cancer Biology (Impact Factor = 9.1) 35: S129-S150.
16. Ferguson, L. R., Chen, H., Collins, A. R., Connell, M. < >, Amin, A. et al. (2015). Genomic instability in
human cancer: Molecular insights and opportunities for therapeutic attack and prevention through diet and
nutrition. Seminars in Cancer Biology 35: S5-S24.
17. Feitelson, M., Arzumanyan, A., Kulathinal, R., Blain, S. W., Holcombe, R., < >, Amin, A., et al. (2015).
Sustained proliferation in cancer: Mechanisms and novel therapeutic targets. Seminars in Cancer Biology
35: S25-S54.
18. Amin, A.R.M. R., Karpowicz, P., Carey, T., Arbiser, J., Nahta, R., < >, Amin, A., et al. (2015). Evasion of
anti-growth signaling: a key step in tumorigenesis and potential target for treatment and prophylaxis by
natural compounds. Seminars in Cancer Biology 35: S55-S77.
19. Wang, Z., Dabrosin, C., Yin, X., Fuster, M. M., Arreola, A., < >, Amin, A., et al. (2015). Broad targeting of
angiogenesis for cancer prevention and therapy. Seminars in Cancer Biology 35: S224-S243.
20. Vinay, D. S., Ryan, E. P., Pawelec, G., Talib, W. H., Stagg, J., < >, Amin, A., et al. (2015). Immune evasion
in cancer: Mechanistic basis and therapeutic strategies. Seminars in Cancer Biology 35: S185-S198.
21. Mohammad, R. M., Muqbil, I., Lowe, L., Yedjou, C., Hsu, H-Y., < >, Amin, A., et al. (2015). Broad targeting
of resistance to apoptosis in cancer. Seminars in Cancer Biology 35: S78-S103.
22. Abbas K. Samadi, Alan Bilsland, Alexandros G. Georgakilas, Asfar S. Azmi, < >, Amr Amin, et al. (2015). A
multi-targeted approach to suppress tumor-promoting inflammation. Seminars in Cancer Biology 35: S151-
S184.
23. Yaswen, P., MacKenzie, K. L., Keith, W. N., Hentosh, P., Rodier, F., < >, Amin, A., et al. (2015). Therapeutic
targeting of replicative immortality. Seminars in Cancer Biology 35: S104-S128.
24. Jiang, W. G., Sanders, A. J., Katoh, M., Ungefroren, H., Gieseler, F., Prince, M., Thompson, S. K., Zollo, M.,
< >, Amin, A. et al. (2015). Tissue invasion and metastasis: Molecular, biological and clinical perspectives.
Seminars in Cancer Biology 35: S244-S275.
25. Bajbouj, B., Schulze-Luehrmann, J., Diermeier, S., Amin A., Schneider-Stock, R. (2012). The anticancer
effect of saffron in two p53 isogenic colorectal cancer cell lines. BMC Complementary and Alternative
Medicine 12: 69, doi:10.1186/1472-6882-12-69.
26. Amin, A., Mahmoud-Ghoneim, D., Syam, M.I., Daoud, S. (2012). Neural Network Assessment of Herbal
Protection against Chemotherapeutic-Induced Reproductive Toxicity. Theoretical Biology and Medical
Modelling 9: 1; http://www.tbiomed.com/content/9/1/1
27. Amin, A., Hamza, A., Bajbouj, K., Ashraf, S.A., Daoud, S. (2011). Saffron: A potential candidate for a novel
anti-cancer drug against hepatocellular carcinoma. Hepatology 54(3): 857-867.
Theses Supervisions
PhD Thesis Supervision:
 C. Murali: STAT-mediated effects of safranal. Start Fall 2018
 B. Mathew: Biological activities of Date Pit Activated carbon, Graduate College, Started 2017
 R. Al-Kharrag: Assessment of delivery and therapeutic effects of targeted imaging probes for bioactive
molecules in cancer model, Graduate College, Awarded 2015.
 M.H. Shatnawi: College of Information Technology, Awarded 2015.
 E.M.S. Hanna: College of Information Technology, Awarded 2015.

Master Theses Supervision:
 S. Saeed Abdel Halim: Preparation and characterization of crocetin-coated biodegradable polymer
nanoparticles as potential anticancer drug carriers, Graduate College, Started 2017
 B. Awad: Therapeutic effects of safranal against liver cancer. Graduate College, Started 2016
 A. AlMansoori: Therapeutic effects of crocin against liver cancer Graduate College, Started 2016
 A. Al-Hrout: Modelling the Microenvironment of Liver Cancer using 3D culture system, Graduate College,
Awarded 2018
 B. Baig: Transcriptomic analysis on hepatocellular carcinoma model in response to safranal treatment,
Graduate College, Awarded 2018
 S. Abbaszadegan: Introducing safranal-based nanoparticles as a novel biodegradable anti-cancer drug
using supercritical fluid technology, College of Engineering, Awarded 2013
 T. Al-Shamsi: The effect of Visfatin and Adiponeckin on metabolic parameters of an animal model of type
2-Diabetes, Graduate College, Awarded 2010
 M. Al-Shamsi: Preventive Effects of Vitamin C and Vitamin E on Diabetes, Graduate College, Awarded
2005
 I. Al-Haousani: Establishing a PCR-based database for populations in different areas of the United Arab
Emirates, Graduate College, Awarded 2005
D. Research Support and/or Scholastic Performance
Ongoing Research Support
In vitro mechanistic analysis of the effect of safranal on angiogenesis
AlJalila Foundation 21S098 Role: Principal Investigator 2017 – 2019
Modelling Microenvironment of Liver Cancer Using 3D Culture System: Transcriptomic Analysis
Zayed Center for Health Sciences 31R050 Role: Principal Investigator 2015 – 2018
Fibre in Fibre Bioartificial liver device: Evaluation using Adult Stem Cells
Zayed Center for Health Sciences Role: Co-Principal Investigator 2015 – 2018
In vitro and in vivo identification of mechanism of action of safranal in apoptosis and inflammation
UAEU Grant 31S319 Role: Principal Investigator 2018 – 2022
Targeting Pancreatic and Hepatocellular Carcinoma Stem Cells Utilizing Novel Nanotechnology
Approach
Zayed Center for Health Sciences Role: Co-Principal Investigator 2015 – 2018
Completed Research Support last five years
Effects of Crocin “Saffron” on Human Hetaocellular Carcinoma: An in Vitro-based Metabolomic Approach
Terry Fox Role: Principal Investigator 2014 – 2016
Mechanism of safranal’s chemo/therapeutic effect against liver cancer: A metabolomics analysis
NRF Role: Principal Investigator 2014 – 2016
Emirates Liver Assist Device (EmLAD) for liver failure treatment using activated carbon (Charcoal) produced
from local plants and date pits
NRF Role: Co-Principal Investigator 2013 – 2015
Introducing safranal-based nanoparticles as a novel biodegradable anti-cancer drug using supercritical fluid
technology
NRF Role: Co-Principal Investigator 2012 – 2015
Glycomic Screen for Novel Molecular Therapeutic Targets: Insights into Saffron’s Protection against Liver
Cancer
NRF Role: Principal Investigator 2012 – 2014
Human Cancer Protein-Protein Interaction Network: Domain Linkers Perspective
NRF Role: Co-Principal Investigator 2011 – 2013
Evaluation of the saffron-based chemoprevention against liver cancer: A novel approach utilizing computed
tomography as assessment tool

Zahia KABOUCHE

 

Zahia KABOUCHE

Born in 28th April 1959 at Constantine, Algeria

University frères Mentouri-Constantine

Department of chemistry

Mob:  213-556059928

Tel/fax : 213-31811100

E-mail : zahiakabouche@umc.edu.dz;  zahiakabouche@gmail.com

 

 

Doctor in Chemistry (University of Rennes 1, France)

Professor in Organic Chemistry (University Frères Mentouri – Constantine, Algeria)

Director of the Laboratory of Therapeutic Substances (LOST), Constantine, Algeria

 

 

 

Biography

Pr. ZahiaKabouche, born on 28Th April 1959 at Constantine –Algeria, has completed her PhD (chemical science) in October 1992 at université de Rennes 1 (France). She is the director of a lab on natural products at université frères MentouriConstantine 1 (Algeria). She’s a Teacher-Researcher (Research-Director) at university frères MentouriConstantine 1, department of chemistry. She has published over 168papers in reputed and has more than 180 work presented at International Conferences (oral presentations, posters and plenary lectures). These works are related to phytochemistry, pharmacology, food Chemistry and organic synthesis. Up to now, she has supervised 25 defended PhD thesis. She has been awarded by Elsevier in November 2012 as the best Algerian Chemist and by Anasr.org for the best Algerian paper in chemistry for the year 2014.She’s an expert and a member of different Algerian committees related to research evaluation (Permanent Sectorial Committee-DGRSDT-Algeria, National Commission of Reviews Validation-Algeria, NationalCommission of Projects Evaluation-Algeria). She’s a member of the editorial board of several journals

 

Interest Areas

Catalytic synthesis of bioactive substances

Natural Products, Phytochemistry (extraction, separation, identifiction and activities of secondary metabolites of medicinal plants) , Pharmacognosy, Pharmacology, Food Chemistry

 

Academic Positions

1978: Baccalaureat in Sciences (Constantine, Algeria)

1982: DES in organic chemistry (University of Constantine, department of chemistry)

chemistry)

1987: Magister in organic chemisrty (University of Constantine, department of chemistry)

1992: Doctorat (PhD) in sciences (University of Rennes 1, France)

1993 : Lecturer (University of Constantine, department of chemistry)

1999 : Professor (University of Constantine, department of chemistry)

 

Teaching activities

  • Graduation level

1982-1993: Teaching Assistant in general chemistry and kinetics (University of Constantine, department of chemistry)

1994-1998: Lecturer: Courses in Organic Chemistry (University of Constantine, department of chemistry)

1999-2005: Professor, Courses in organic Chemistry (University of Constantine, department of chemistry)

2005-present: Professor: Courses in chromatography for licence levels: pharmaceutical chemistry and organic chemistry (University of Constantine, department of chemistry), Chemistry of Nobels prizes

2005-present: Professor: Courses in organometallics and calalysis for master 2 levels: pharmaceutical chemistry and organic chemistry (University of Constantine, department of chemistry), Chemistry of Nobels prizes

  • Post-graduation level

1994-2007 : Courses in organometallics and calalysis (University Mentouri-  Constantine, department of chemistry, University of’Oum El-Bouaghi, University of Tebessa).

 

Books

Courses and exercises of chromatography (in french)

Courses and exercises of organometallics ans catalysis (in french)

Resolved Exercises of organometallics and catalysis (in french)

 

  • Academic and Administrative positions

1996-2006: Scientific Responsible of the department library

1999 : Scientific Responsible of  the Post-Graduation (magister) in organic chemistry

2002 to present: Director of the Laboratory of Therapeutic Substances (LOST)

2005 : Scientific Responsible of  the Post-Graduation (magister) in organic chemistry (Therapeutic Substances)

2007-2012: Supervisor of LMD,  licence level formation: pharmaceutical chemistry

 

Scientific Production

 

  • 01 Chapter of book:
  1. Kabouche, Z. Kabouche, Bioactives diterpenoids of Salvia species Studies in Natural Products Chemistry (2008), 35, 753-833. Edited by Atta-u-Rahman, Elsevier.

 

  • 168 international papers

 

  • 185 International communications (plenary conferences, oral communications, posters)

 

  • Supervised and defended thesis

25 PhD

13 Magister

 

  • Awards

– Elsevier-Reaxys Award (Algerian Senior: November 2012)

– Anasr.org (Best Algerian Paper in Chemistry: April 2014)

 

  • Other activities

Member of CSP (Permanent Sectorial Committee-DGRSDT) MESRS (2008-2011 & 2016 to present)

Member of the the National Commission of Reviews Validation (DGRSDT)

Expert  at CNEPRU-MESRS (2001-2011& 2014 to present)

Expert at ANDRS (actually ATRSS)

Member of CNH (National Commission of Habilitation, LMD) MESRS (2010-2012)

Member of the editorial board of : JMES (Morocco), Maghrebian Journal of chemistry (Morocco), JKKI             (Indonesia)

Reviewer frequently in : Records of Natural Products, Natural Products Communications, Natural Product Research, Pharmaceutical  Biology, Journal of Material and Environmental Science.

 

Prof. Mohammad Sanad Abu- Darwish.

Prof.Dr. Mohamad Sanad Abu-Darwish is a professor of pharmaceutical sciences and serving as dean of University College -Al-Balqa Applied University, Jordan for over ten years.
In 2016, Prof.Abu-Darwish awarded the Distinguished Academic Award of the Arab Fund for Social and Economic development, Kuwait, to be a visiting professor at Institute of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmaceutical Biology, Johannes Gutenberg University (JGU) Germany to conduct research dealing with anticancer activity of some Jordanian medicinal plants.
In 2015/2016, Prof. Abu-Darwish awarded the Fulbright visiting scholarship as visiting professor in the National Center for Natural Products Research, School of Pharmacy, University of Mississippi, USA. Furthermore, Prof.Abu-Darwish awarded short visiting research stays awarded by the European Erasmus Mundus Program to conduct a research in University of Minho-Portugal and visiting research stay at the University of Geneva funded by Swiss Scientific National Fund (http://p3.snf.ch/person-677189-AbuDarwish-Mohammad-Sanad)
The research interests of Prof.Abu-Darwish are focusing on studying the chemical composition and several the biological activities of medicinal plants of Jordan flora including antimicrobial and cytotoxicity. Furthermore, Abu-Darwish is studying the environmental impact of medicinal plants for heavy metals phytoremediation and producing bio-agro products.
The scientific findings of Abu-Darwish have been published in reputable international journals, two books chapters and several international conferences; Leiden-Netherland 2007, Germany 2008, Russia 2009, Switzerland 2010, Italy 2012, Tunisia 2014, Lebanon 2015, USA 2016 (https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Zavun9gAAAAJ&hl=en ).
Prof.Abu-Darwish is a member of the editorial board of several scientific journals and has memberships in national and international scientific organizations. Over the years, Prof.Abu-Darwish chaired and organized the 1st,2ed and 3rd international symposiums on “Medicinal Plants and Aspects of Uses “, which were been held in Jordan (2008-2012) with the participation of many researchers from the entire world http://3ismp.bau.edu.jo . In 2015, In collaboration with International Society for Ethnopharmacology (ISE, United Kingdom), Prof.Abu-Darwish chaired and organized the 15th congress of International Society of Ethnopharmacology, in Petra-Jordan http://15icse.bau.edu.jo .
During the research stay in, Prof.Abu-Darwish co-chaired the organization of the International Conference on Science and Society: Phytomedicine and Biopiracy, ICSS 2017, https://biopiracyconference2017.unimainz.de/contact-us/
E-Mail Address maa973@Yahoo.com; maa973@bau.edu.jo
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LAMIA HAMROUNI

CURRICULUM VITAE PERSONAL INFORMATION
Name : HAMROUNI née BEL HADJ BRAHIM
Surname : LAMIA
Nationality : TUNISIENNE
Address : Riadh el Andalous, Ibn Zaydoun 5 Appartement 6, Ariana, 2080
Phone : 00(216)21269226
• E-mail : hamrounilam@yahoo.fr
• Family situation : married
BACHELOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION:
•Section : Math-Science
•Year : Session in June 1989
•Institution : Lycée Enfida Ville – Tunisia
ACADEMIC:
Period: 1989 – 1993
•Nature of studies : Horticulture
•Establishment : Ecole Supérieure d’Horticulture et d’Elevage de Chott Mériem
•Graduation : Engineer – Presidential Award
•Year : June 1993
Period: 1993 – 1995
•Nature of studies : Genetic Improvement of Plants
•Establishment : Ecole Supérieure d’Horticulture de Versailles (France)
•Graduation : Principal Engineer from l’ESH
•Master title : Agronomic and biochemical assessment of the quality of tomato grown above ground
•Date : November 1995
Period: 1999- 2001
•Nature of studies : Cellular Physiology and Plant Biotechnology
•Establishment : Faculty of Sciences of Tunis
•Graduation : Diploma of Advanced Studies
•Master title : Evaluation of salt tolerance of grapevines grown in vitro
•Date : 03 January 2002
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Period: 2001- 2009
•Nature of studies : Cellular Physiology and Plant Biotechnology
•Establishment : Faculty of Sciences of Tunis
•Graduation : Ph.D. in Cell Physiology and Plant Biotechno
logy
•Title : Exploration of the response to salt stress of grapevine in Tunisia
•Date : 23 May 2009
STAGES AND FORMATION:
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1998
2005
• Course of agricultural machinery for 20 days in CFPRA Siliana – Tunisia (Professional Training Centre and Recycling Agricultural).
• Course of de vegetable crops for 20 days in CFPRA Saîda – Tunisia
• Study trip to south Tunisia for a week (general agronomy, crop science, animal science, agricultural engineering).
• Course of agricultural machinery for 20 days CFPRA Siliana – Tunisia.
• Course of cereal, fruit growing, animal science in the Agro-Kombinat of Enfida – Tunisia for a month.
• Internship for a month at the Centre for Biotechnology of Sfax-Tunisia (CBS)
• Internship for a month at INRA Versailles (Seed Production) (France).
• Internship for two months at the Station Support of Manouba-Tunisia (tissue culture in vitro).
• Study tour in Israel (Arboriculture, vegetables, Virology, Biotechnology, and Molecular Biology).
• Study trip to south-east in France for 12 days (Seed Companies).
• Internship for 3 months in Interprofessional Association for Research and Experimentation Vegetable Growing (Bordeaux, France).
• Course of Introduction to Working Life at the Station Support of Manouba-Tunisia for 6 months (viral and Sanitation micropropagation of fruit trees).
• Internship for 15 days in National Institute of Scientific Research of Tunis (INRST) (In vitro culture).
• Internship at the Laboratory of Plant Biotechnology Centre of Nuclear NIBGE (Pakistan) for 15 days.
• Course of molecular markers at the Institut de Recerca i Tecnologia Agroalimentàries (IRTA), Department of Plant Genetics (Spain) for 15 days.
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2011
2012
2013
• Mission in Finland in the context of bilateral cooperation between INRGREF and AALTO UNIVERSITY, School of Science and Technology, Department of Biotechnology and Chemical-also Juva Truffle Center Technology 06/09/2011 to 15/09/2011.
• Mission carried out in India (03-07 May 2012) as part of the cooperation between Tunisia and the Government of India in the field of Biotechnology.
• Training course for a period of 15 days in INRA – Avignon- France, entitled “Strategy for molecular taxonomy of Forest Genetic Resources in the Mediterranean area”.
WORKS:
•Thesis of the second cycle university studies entitled “Biochemical analysis of food for farmed fish: the Dicentrarchus labrax” supervision by Drs. H. Boussetta and A. El Abed (Teachers in Chott Meriem ESH).
•Study Report: Analysis of the industry Chicory.
•Report of a case study: GMOs, towards European harmonization.
•Bibliographic study report “The microtuberisation in potato (Solanum tuberosum): physiological aspects, interests and practices.• Memory graduation cycle of specialization ESH (Versailles) entitled “Agronomic and Biochemical Assessment of the quality of tomato grown
above ground” supervised by Ms. Mitteau (Professor at Versailles ESH-France)
•Report open days’ culture in vitro “laboratory of the Biotechnology in INRAT and INAT-Tunisia.
•Internship report “Culture in vitro micrografting, microcutting and micropropagation of citrus and fruit trees” in Support Station Manouba-Tunisia (SAM).
•Report on the culture of carob (Ceratonia siliqua) in Tunisia.
•Master’s thesis entitled “Evaluation of salt tolerance in grapevines grown in vitro” supervised by Dr. A. Ghorbel (Professor, Director of LAAP, INRST-Tunisia).
•Activity Report 1998-2003 submitted to the State Secretariat for Scientific Research and Technology.
•Internship report focused on molecular markers at the Institute de Recerca i Tecnologia Agroalimentàries (IRTA), Department of Plant Genetics. (Spain) for 15 days in 2005 submitted to the Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources (IRESA).
•Report of mission to Spain as part of an oral presentation entitled “Genetic variation in growth form and Characteristics of Quercus suber L. in Tunisia.” At the International Congress “SUBERWOOD: New challenges for integration of cork oak forests and products “20, 21 and 22 October 2005, Huelva, Spain. Submitted to the Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources (IRESA).
•Report of mission to Morocco as part of presenting a paper poster titled “Searching for biological activity from plant extracts of some forest species.” International Congress on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants CIPAM 2009 – March 26 to 28 Marrakech Morocco. Submitted to the Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources (IRESA).
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•Report of Mission to Italy (Cagliari) as part of an oral presentation entitled “In vitro multiplication of forest species: current state and development prospects” at the International Congress on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants CIPAM to be held in Cagliari (Italy) from 13 to 15 April 2011. Submitted to the Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources (IRESA).
•Report an internship in Morocco as part of bilateral cooperation between the INRGREF and the Faculty of Science Semlalia, Cadi Ayyad University of 05/07/2011 to 09/07/2011. Submitted to the Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources (IRESA).
•Internship report done in Finland as part of bilateral cooperation between the INRGREF and AALTO UNIVERSITY-School of Science and Technology- Department of Biotechnology and Chemical also Juva Truffle-Technology Center of
06/09/2011 to 15/09/2011. Submitted to the Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources (IRESA).
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Tissue culture
– Culture in vitro (general principles)
– Culture of the vine flower buds
– Somatic embryogenesis
– Micropropagation
– Micro cutting
– Meristem culture…
Molecular Biology Techniques
– Clonnage
– Transformation by electroporation
– RAPD – AFLP
– Agrobacteruim transformation
– Transformation Biolostique
– Purification of enzymes
Valuation of medicinal and aromatic plants
– Extraction of essential oils
– Study of the biological activities of essential oils
– Analysis of the chemical composition of essential oils
Evaluation of adaptation to abiotic stress (salt and water)
-Germination of seeds of forestry species
– Culture in green house
– Hydroponics culture
– Mineral Analysis by atomic absorption (AAS)
In Tunisia
INAT INRAT
ENSH – Chott Mariem FST
GIAF
INRA – Mednine CBBC – Borj Cedria INRAP – Sidi Thabet FSB
With another country
ESH- Versailles INRA- Bordeaux
ESTABLISHED CONTACT WITH PARTNERS AND LABORATORIES TUNISIAN AND FOREIGN
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AIREL- Bordeaux NIBGE – Pakistan OIV- France CIRAD – Saragosse
AFFLILATION TO LEARNED SOCIETIES
Member group of aromatic and medicinal plants with the National Bank of genes (BNG) Member group of forest species in the National Bank of genes (BNG)
Tunisian learned societies
Tunisian Association of Biotechnology SSNT
International scientific associations
AUPELF CIHEAM
LANGUAGES :
PARLE
ECRIT
ARABE
Very good
Very good
FRENCH
Very good
Very good
ENGLISH
Well
Well
INFORMATIC
– Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Photo Editor, Paint Shop Pro, Statistica, …
– Internet Explorer…
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SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS
International Papers Impacted
1. Hamrouni L., Ben Abdallah F., Abdelly C., Ghorbel A. 2008. La culture in vitro : un moyen rapide et efficace pour sélectionner des génotypes de vigne tolérant la salinité. C. R. Biologies 331 (2008) 152–163. (Impact Factor = 1.958)
2. Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Khouja ML. 2010 : Evaluation de la tolérance à la salinité du myrte (Myrtus communis L.) aux stades germinatif et plantule. Botany, 88 : 893-900. (Impact. Factor = 1.225).
3. -Jaouadi W, Hamrouni L, Souayeh N., Khouja M.L. 2010 : Etude de la germination des graines d’Acacia tortilis sous différentes contraintes abiotiques. Biotechnol. Agron. Soc. Environ. 14(4), 641-650. (Impact. Factor = 0.781).
4. -Labidi N., Snoussi S., Ammari M., Metoui W., Ben Youssef N., Hamrouni L. et Abdelly C. 2010 : Enhancement of acid phosphatase secretion and PI acquisition in Suaeda fruticosa on calcareous soil bu high saline level. Acta Biologica Hungarica 61(4), pp. 470-485. (Impact. Factor = 0.563).
5. Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Abdelly C, Ghorbel A. 2011: Exclusion du chlorure et inclusion du sodium : 2 mécanismes concomitants de tolérance à la salinité chez la vigne sauvage Vitis sylvestris (var. Séjnène). Biotechnol. Agron. Soc. Environ., 15(3) : 387-400. (Impact. Factor = 0.781).
6. Hanana M, Hamrouni L, Cagnac O, Blumwald E. 2011: Mécanismes et stratégies cellulaires de tolérance à la salinité (NaCl) chez les plantes. Environmental Review, 19 : 121-140. (Impact. Factor = 2.859).
7. Ayadia R, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Bouzid S, Trifi M, Khouja ML. 2011 : In vitro propagation and regeneration of an industrial plant kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L.). Industrial Crops and Products, (33) : 474-480. (Impact. Factor = 3.559).
8. Amri I, Hamrouni L, Gargouri S, Hanana M, Mahfoudhi E, Fezzani T, Ferjani E, Jamoussi B. 2011: Chemical composition and biological activities of essential oils of Pinus patula. Natural Product Communications. Vol. 6(10) : 1531-1536. (Impact. Factor = 0.956).
9. -Hamrouni L, Souayah N, Khouja ML et Rejeb MN, 2012: Effect of osmotic stress on
Myrtus communis L. germination. Biologia. 67/1 :1. (Impact. Factor = 1.740).
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10. Jaouadi W, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Mechergui K, Gader G, Khouja ML. 2012: Dynamique de la régénération de l’Acacia tortilis subsp. raddiana, dans le parc national de Bou Hedma en Tunisie. Bois et Forêts des Tropiques, N°312 (2) : 9-20. (Impact. Factor = 0.439).
11. -Jaouadi W, Hamrouni L, KhoujaML 2012 : Phénologie de l’Acacia tortilis subsp. raddiana dans le parc national de Bou Hedma. Bois et Forêts des Tropiques 312. (Impact. Factor = 0.439).
12. Amri I, Gargouri S, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Fezzani T, Jamoussi B. 2012 : Chemical composition, phytotoxic and antifungal activities of Pinus pinea essential oil. J. Pest. Sci., 85 : 199-207. (Impact. Factor = 2.664).
13. Amri I, Mancini E, De Martino L, Marandino A, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Reverchon E, De Feo V. 2012 : Chemical Composition and Biological activities of the essential oils from three Melaleuca species grown in Tunisia. Int. J. Mol. Sci., 13 : 16580-16591. (Impact. Factor = 2.721).
14. Ben Ghnaya A, Hanana M, Amri I, Jamoussi B, Balti H, Gargouri S, Hamrouni L. 2013 : Chemical composition of Eucalyptus erythrocorys essential oils and evaluation of their herbicidal and antifungal activities. J. Pest. Sci., 86: 571-577. (Impact. Factor= 2.664).
15. Amri I, Hanana M, Gargouri S, Jamoussi B, Hamrouni L. 2013 : Comparative study of two coniferous species (Pinus pinaster Aiton and Cupressus sempervirens L. var. dupreziana [A. Camus] Silba) essential oils : chemical composition and biological activity. Chilean J. Ag. Res., 73 (3) : 259-266. (Impact. Factor = 0.664).
16. Amri I, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Gargouri S, Jamoussi B. 2013: Chemical composition, bio-herbicidal and antifungal activities of essential oils isolated from Tunisian common cypress (Cupressus sempervirens L.). Journal of Medicinal Plants Research, Vol. 7(16) : 1070-1080. (Impact. Factor = 0.601).
17. Amri I, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Gargouri S, Fezzani T, Jamoussi B. 2013 : Chemical composition, physico-chemical properties, antifungal and herbicidal activities of Pinus halepensis Miller essential oils. Biological Agriculture & Horticulture, Vol 29 (2) : 91-
106. (Impact. Factor = 0.514).
18. Amri I, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Jamoussi B. 2013: Reviews on phytotoxic effects of essential oils and their individual components: news approach for weeds management. International Journal of Applied Biology and Pharmaceutical Technology, Vol. 4 : 96-
114. (Impact. Factor = 0.996).
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19. Amri I, Hamrouni L, Gargouri S, Hanana M, Jamoussi B. 2013: Chemical composition and antifungal activity of essential oils isolated from Juniperus oxycedrus
L. Int. J. App. Biol. Pharm. Tech., Vol. 4 (1) : 96-114. (Impact. Factor = 0.996).
20. Amri I, De Martino L, Marandino A, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Scandolera E, De Feo V, Mancini E. 2013 : Chemical Composition and Biological Activities of the Essential Oil from Artemisia herba-alba Growing Wild in Tunisia. Natural Product Communications, Vol. 8 (3) : 407-410. (Impact. Factor = 0.956).
21. Saoud I, Hamrouni L, Gargouri S, Amri I, Hanana M, Fezzani T, Bouzid S, Jamoussi
B. 2013 : Chemical composition, weed killer and antifungal activities of Tunisian thyme (Thymus capitatus Hoff. Et Link.) essential oils. Acta Alimentaria, Vol. 42 (3) : 417-
427. (Impact. Factor = 0.430).
22. Jaouadi W, Mechergui K, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Khouja ML. 2013 : Effet des contraintes hydrique et saline sur la germination de trois espèces d’acacias en Tunisie. Revue d’Ecologie (La Terre et la Vie), Vol. 68 (2) : 133-141. (Impact. Factor = 0.278).
23. Hanana M, Hamrouni L, Ben Hamed K, Ghorbel A, Abdelly C. 2014 : Comportement et stratégies d’adaptation de vignes franches de pied sous stress salin. J. New Sci. 3(4) : 29-44. (Impact. Factor = 0.430).
24. Hanana M, Bejia A, Amri I, Gargouri S, Jamoussi B, Hamrouni L. 2014 : Activités biologiques des huiles essentielles de pins. J. New Sci. 4(3) : 18-32. (Impact. Factor = 0.430).
25. Mezghenni H, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Jamoussi B, Bouzid S, Khouja ML. 2014 : Multiplication de l’arganier Argania spinosa (L.) Skeels. J. New Sci. 10(2) : 6-17. (Impact. Factor = 0.430).
26. Amri I, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Bassem J, Lebdi K. 2014: Essential oils as biological alternatives to protect date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) against Ectomyelois ceratoniae Zeller (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae). Chilean Journal of Agricultural Research, 74(3) : 273-279. (Impact. Factor = 0.538).
27. Amri I, Mancini E, De Martino L, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Jamoussi B, Gargouri S, Scognamilio M, De Feo V. 2014 : Chemical Composition and Biological Activities of Tunisian Cupressus arizonica Greene Essential Oils. Chemistry and Biodiversity, Vol. 11 : 150-160. (Impact. Factor = 1.808).
28. Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Amri I, Romane A, Gargouri S, Jamoussi B. 2014 : Allelopathic effects of essential oils of Pinus halepensis Miller: chemical composition and study of their antifungal and herbicidal activities. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, in press. (Impact. Factor = 0.420).
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29. Amri I, Hanana M, Bassem J, Hamrouni L. 2014 : Chemical composition of Thuja orientalis L. essential oils and study of their allelopathic potential on germination and seedling growth of weeds. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, in press. (Impact. Factor = 0.420).
30. Amri I, Hanana M, Bassem J, Hamrouni L. 2014 : Essential oils of Pinus nigra J.F. Arnold subsp. laricio Maire: Chemical composition and study of their herbicidal potential. Arabian Journal of Chemistry, in press. (Impact. Factor = 2.680).
31. Bouajaj S, Romane A, Benyamna A, Amri I, Hanana M, Hamrouni L, Romdhane M.
2014: Essential oil composition, phytotoxic and antifungal activities of Ruta chalepensis
L. leaves from High Atlas Mountains (Morocco). Natural Product Research, 28(21):1910-1914. (Impact. Factor = 1.225).
32. Bouabidi W, Hanana M, Gargouri S, Amri I, Fezzani T, Jamoussi B, Hamrouni L. 2014 – Chemical composition, phytotoxic and antifungal properties of Ruta chalepensis
L. essential oils. Natural Product Research, 28(21): 1910-1914. (Impact. Factor = 1.225).
33. Nebiha Metoui , Lamia Hamrouni, Wiem Ben Hbal, Fathia Dhaoudi, Rihab Ben Brahem, Taoufik Betaeib. 2014. La régénération et l’assainissement viral des agrumes en Tunisie par la technique du microgreffage des méristèmes «in vitro». J. New Sci. 12(2) : 11-20. (Impact. Factor = 0.430).
34. Hamrouni Lamia, Hanana Mohsen, Ayadi Rekya, Khouja Mohamed Larbi 2015. In vitro regeneration of an endangered medicinal plant Leucanthemum parthenium. International Journal of Plant, Animal and Environmental Sciences. Vol.(5). In press (Impact. Factor = 1.028).
35. Khouaja W, Hamrouni L, Ben Ammar A, Hanana M, Bouzid S, Khouja ML. 2015 – Micropropagation par microgreffage du pistachier vrai (Pistacia vera L.) sur le caroubier (Ceratonia siliqua L.). J New Sci, 13(5): 423-431. (Impact. Factor = 0.430).
36. Asma Ben Ghnaya, Mohsen Hanana, Ismail Amri, Hazar Balti, Samia Gargouri, Bassem Jamoussi, Lamia Hamrouni. 2013 – Chemical composition of Eucalyptus erythrocorys essential oils and evaluation of their herbicidal and antifungal activities. J.Pest.Sci. DOI 10.1007/s10340-013-0501-2. (Impact. Factor = 2.664).
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1. Khouja ML, Hamrouni L., Toumi L., Selmi H. et Khaldi A., 2005 – Genetic variation in growth and form characteristics of Quercus suber L. in Tunisia. p37. Congress international “SUBERWOOD: New challenges for integration of cork oak forests and products”.
2. Hamrouni L., Khouja ML., Souayah N. , Rejeb MN., 2006. Effect of water stress on germination of some Myrtus provenances from different bioclimatic zones in Tunisia. Revue des Régions Arides – Numéro spécial – Actes du séminaire international « les Plantes à Parfum, Aromatiques et Médicinales ». p815-825.
3. Hamrouni L., Khouja M.L., Ghazi G., Aini R., Abid M.H. 2006. Multiplication par bouturage du romarin (Rosmarinus officinalis L.) sous stress salin. Revue des Régions Arides-Numéro spécial- Actes du séminaire international : Gestion des ressources et applications biotechnologiques en aridoculture et cultutres oasiennes : Perspectives pour la valorisation des potentialités du Sahara. p317-325.
4. Naghmouchi S., Khouja ML, Souyah N, Hamrouni L, Rejeb MN and Boussaid M, 2006 – Revue des Régions Arides-Numéro spécial- Actes du séminaire international : Gestion des ressources et applications biotechnologiques en aridoculture et cultutres oasiennes : Perspectives pour la valorisation des potentialités du Sahara. p690-697.
5. Saoud I, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Bouzid S, Khouja ML. 2010 : Notes ethnobotanique et phytopharmacologique sur Coridothymus capitatus (L.) Reichenb. fil. Phytothérapie.
6. Ben Ghnaya A, Hamrouni L, Khouaja W, Hanana M. 2010 : Amélioration de la germination et essais de micropropagation in vitro de Melia azedarach L. Revue Soc. Sci. Nat. De Tunisie.
7. Makhlouf K, Hamrouni L, Khouja ML, Hanana M. 2010: Notes ethnobotanique et phytopharmacologique sur Ricinus communis L. Phytothérapie, 8 : 374-376.
8. Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Ghazi G, Aini R, Khouja ML. 2011: Essais de multiplication du pin d’Alep. Forêt méditerranéenne, Vol. (3) : 1-6.
9. Amri I, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Jamoussi B. 2011 : Chemical Composition of Juniperus oxycedrus L. subsp macrocarpa Essential Oil and study of their Herbicidal Effects on germination and seedling growth of weeds. Asian Journal of Applied Sciences, 4 (8): 771-779.
International Papers indexed
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10. Hamza A, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Hamza F, Gtari M, Neffati M. 2012 : In vitro micropropagation of Helianthemum lippii L. var. sessiliforum (Cistaceae) : a valuable pastoral plant. Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research, 11 (5) : 652-655.
11. Amri I, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Jamoussi B. 2012: Chemical Composition and herbicidal effects of Pistacia lentiscus L. essential oil against weeds. Int. J. Med. Arom. Plants, Vol. 2, (4) : 558-565.
12. Amri I, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Fezzani T, Jamoussi B. 2012: Herbicidal Potential of Essential Oils from Three Mediterranean Trees on Different Weeds. Current Bioactive Compounds, Vol 8 (1) : 3-12.
13. Amri I, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Gargouri S, Jamoussi B. 2013 : Chemical Composition and Antifungal Activity of Three Anacardiaceae Species Grown in Tunisia. Science International, 1 (5): 148-154.
14. Ben Ghnaya A, Hamrouni L, Hanana M. 2013: Notes ethnobotanique et phytopharmacologique sur Melia azedarach L. Phytothérapie, Vol. 11 (5) : 284-288.
15. Jaouadi W, Mechergui K, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Khouja ML. 2013 : Acacia tortilis (Forsk) Hayne subsp raddiana (Savi) in a North African pseudo-savanna: Morphological variability and seed characteristics. African Journal of Agricultural Research, Vol. 8 (21) : 2482-2492.
16. -Ben Ghnaya A, Hamrouni L, Mastouri Y, Hanana M, Charles G. 2013 – Impacts des métaux toxiques sur la végétation de la mine de Djebel Hallouf dans la région de Sidi Bouaouane à Bou Salem dans le nord-ouest de la Tunisie. Geo-Eco-Trop. Vol. 37 (2) : 243-254.
17. I. Amri, L. Hamrouni, M. Hanana, S. Gargouri, B. Jamoussi. 2013 – Propriétés antifongiques des huiles essentielles de Biota orientalis L. Phytothérapie, V(12) pp 170-174.
18. Amri I, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Gargouri S, Jamoussi B. 2014 : Propriétés antifongiques des huiles essentielles de Biota orientalis L. Phytothérapie, (12) : 170- 174.
19. N. Metoui, L. Hamrouni, F. Dhaoudi, T. Bettaieb. 2014. Notes ethnobotanique et phytopharmacologique sur la Maltaise de Tunisie. Phytothérapie, V(12) pp105-108.
20. M. Kaderi, G. Ben Hamouda, H. Zaeir, M. Hanana, L. Hamrouni. 2014: Notes ethnobotanique et phytopharmacologique sur Ceratonia siliqua (L.). Phytothérapie, DOI 10.1007/s10298-014-0904-4.
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21. Ben Ghnaya A, Hanana M, Kadri M, Amri I, Hamrouni L. 2015 : Eucalyptus erythrocorys L., Notes ethnobotanique et phytopharmacologique. Phytothérapie, in press.
1. Hamrouni L., Khouja M.L., Souayah N., Ghazi G., Aini R. et Selmi H., 2006 – Utilisation des techniques de bouturage et microbouturage pour la multiplication du Saule (Salix alba). Annales de l’INRGREF, 9, Numéro spécial, p219-230.
2. Kaouther Mechergui, Sassia Ben Lamine, Lamia Hamrouni, Sadok Boukhchina et Mohamed Larbi Khouja. 2008 – Multiplication végétative chez l origan (Origanum vulgare subsp. glandulosum Desf.) Ietswaart à partir de boutures de populations spontanées Tunisiennes. Annales de l’INRGREF, Numéro Spécial (12), p 583-593.
3. -Jaouadi W, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Souayah N, Boussaid M, Khouja ML. 2008 – Effet des contraintes hydrique et saline sur la germination des semences de l’Acacia tortilis subsp. raddiana. Annales de l’INRGREF, Numéro Spécial (12) : 65-82.
4. Khouja. M.L, Rafik A, Hamrouni L., Mimouni B et Ali H. 2009 -Introduction en Tunisie d’une nouvelle espèce pou la production de biodiesel (Jatropha curcas L.). Bulletin de la Banque Nationale de Gène. Numéro Spécial 2009.
5. Ismail Amri, Mohsen Hanana, Bassem Jamoussi, Mohamed Larbi Khouja, Lamia Hamrouni. 2011 : Contribution à l’élaboration d’un herbicide d’origine naturelle basé sur les composés terpéniques. Annales de l’INRGREF, 15, Numéro spécial, 175-187.
6. Dorsaf Guesmir, Ali Khorchani, Ismail Amri, Lamia Hamrouni, Samia Gargouri, Mohsen Hanana, Bassem Jamoussi, Mohamed Ghazeh et Abdelhamid Khaldi. 2011 : Valorisation des produits d’élagage de Pinus pinea L. par la production des huiles essentielles. Annales de l’INRGREF, 15, Numéro spécial, 189-200.
7. Hanen Ayarı, Ismail Amri, Samia Gargouri, Lamia Hamrouni, Mohamed Larbi Khouja, Mohsen Hanana, Bassem Jamoussi. 2011 : Composition chimique, activité antifongique et effet herbicide de l’huile essentielle d’Hypericum perforatum L. Annales de l’INRGREF, 15, Numéro spécial, 253-260.
8. Amal Jrad, Lamia Hamrouni, Anissa Haddar, Ismail Amri, Ali Ben Dhiab, Mohamed Larbi Khouja, Mohsen Hanana et Bassem Jamoussi. 2011 : Caractérisation et valorisation des huiles fixes de quelques espèces de pins. Annales de l’INRGREF, 15, Numéro spécial, 261-272.
9. Ezzeddine Saadaoui, Mohamed Larbi Khouja, Abdelhamid Khaldi, Lamia Hamrouni, Mohamed El Gazzah. 2011 : Effet du stress salin sur la germination chez quatre
National Papers
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populations de câprier (Capparis spinosa L.) de la Tunisie. Annales de l’INRGREF, 15, Numéro spécial, 119-131.
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INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS
Oral Communications
1. Ben Jouira H., Hanana M., Ben Salem A., Jallouli N., Hamrouni L., Daldoul S., Toumi I., Mliki A., Abdelly C., Hamdi S., Hefer M., Reustle G., and Ghorbel A. 2004 : Research of Grapevine varieties adapted to drought and salinity. Twenty Eighth World Congress of Vine and Wine, Vienna, Austria, July 2004.
2. Khouja ML, Hamrouni L., Toumi L., Selmi H. et Khaldi A., 2005 – Genetic variation in growth and form characteristics of Quercus suber L. in Tunisia. Congrès international “SUBERWOOD: New challenges for integration of cork oak forests and products” du 20, 21 et 22 Octobre 2005, Huelva, Espagne.
3. Hamrouni L., Khouja M.L, Souayah N., et Rejeb M.N., 2006. Effect of water stress on germination of some Myrtus provenances from different bioclimatic zones in Tunisia (Tunisia). Symposium international sur les plantes aromatiques et médicinales. Djerba, du 2 au 4 novembre 2006.
4. Ghazghazi H., Khouja M.L. Hamrouni L. et El Gazzeh M., 2006. Etude de la variabilité morphologique de Pistacia lentiscus et Pistacia atlantica. Symposium international sur les plantes aromatiques et médicinales. Jerba , du 2 au 4 novembre 2006.
5. Naghmouchi S., Khouja M.L., Souayah N., Hamrouni L., Rejeb M.N., and Boussaid M., 2006. In vitro propagation of Ceratonia siliqua L. via cuttings. Symposium international sur les plantes aromatiques et médicinales. Jerba, du 2 au 4 novembre 2006.
6. Khouja ML, Ben Jamaa ML, Franceschini A, Khaldi A, Sellemi H et Hamrouni L., 2007 – Observations sur le dépérissement des provenances de chêne liège dans le site expérimental de Tebaba au Nord-Ouest de la Tunisie. 5ème meeting « Protection intégrée des forêts de Quercus sp. Tlemcen – Algérie du 22 au 25 octobre 2007.
7. Amri I., Khouja W., Hamrouni L., Gargouri S., Khouja M.L., Hanana M. et Jamoussi B. 2010. Nouvelles alternatives basées sur les huiles essentielles pour la lutte contre les mauvaises herbes – 1er Colloque International sur les Ressources Sylvo-Pastorales et Développement Durable en Méditerranée Tabarka les 19-20 et 21 Octobre 2010.
8. Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Fezzani T, Khouaja W, Ayadi R, Amri I, Rejeb MN, Bouzid S, 2011 : La multiplication in vitro des espèces forestières : Etat actuel et perspectives de développement. CIPAM, Cagliari, Italie.
9. Amri I, Hamrouni L, Gargouri S, Hanana M, Mahfoudhi M, Fezzani T, ferjani E, Jamoussi B, 2011 : Chemical compositon, antifungal and herbicidal effects of essential oils isolated from some Tunisian aromatic plants. CIPAM, Cagliari, Italie.
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10. Hamrouni Lamia, 2012 : Propagation, improvement, preservation and enhancement of forest species in Tunisia. Second Joint Indo-Tunisian Workshop On Agricultural Biotechnology And Human Health. Bangalore – Inde
11. Amri I., Hamrouni L. , Hanana M., Jamoussi B. 2012. Herbicidal Potential of Essential Oils from Three Mediterranean Trees on Different Weeds – Congres International Sur Les Plantes Aromatiques Et Medicinales CIPAM 2012 (8-10 Mai 2012) – Algérie.
12. Hamrouni Lamia, 2014 : Conférence intitulée «Le patrimoine forestier des plantes aromatiques et médicinales au service de la recherche et Le développement rural » au Rencontre Internationale des Jeunes Chercheurs sur les Plantes Aromatiques et Médicinales – Meknès, 29 au 31 Octobre 2014.
Communication via Affiches
1. Bouaoud M.W., Lengliz W., Khouja ML. , Rejeb N., Hamrouni L., 2005 -. Propagation of Eucalyptus by microcuttings and in vitro culture. Poster présenté au 1st mediterranean congress on biotechnology MCB1, 25-29 mars 2006, Hammamet.
2. Lengliz W., Bouaoud M.W., Hamrouni L., Khouja ML., Rejeb N. et Bouzid S., 2006 – Factors affecting embriyogenesis in carob tree (Ceratonia siliqua L.). Poster présenté au 1st mediterranean congress on biotechnology MCB1, 25-29 mars 2006, Hammamet.
3. Hamrouni L., Saoud I., Hanana M., Gargouri S., Fezzani T., Jamoussi B., Khouja M. L., et Bouzid S. 2009. Recherche d’activité biologique à partir des extraits végétaux de quelques espèces forestières. Congrès International sur les Plantes Aromatiques et Médicinales CIPAM 2009 – 26 – 28 Mars Marrakech Maroc.
4. Hamrouni L., Hanana M., Mechergui K., Ayadi R., Sedki M., Khouja M.L. and Bouzid S. 2009 – In vitro regeneration of Leucanthemum parthenium from micro-cutting. Third International Symposium on MEDICINAL AND AROMATIC PLANTS: SIPAM2009 26- 28 March, 2009 Djerba, Tunisia.
5. Hamza Amina, Hamrouni Lamia, Hanana Mohsen, et Nefati M. 2009 – In vitro seed germination of Helianthemum lippii L. (Cistaceae). Third International Symposium on MEDICINAL AND AROMATIC PLANTS: SIPAM 2009 26-28 March, 2009 Djerba, Tunisia.
6. Saoud I., Gargouri S., Hamrouni L., Hanana M., Fezzani T., Jamoussi B., Khouja M. L., et Bouzid S. 2009 – Chemical composition and antimicrobial activity analysis of Thyme (Thymus capitatus L.) essential oils. Third International Symposium on Medicinal And Aromatic Plants: SIPAM – 2009 26-28 March, 2009 Djerba, Tunisia.
7. Ayadi R., Hamrouni L., Hanana M., Makhloufi K., Sidky M., Khouja M. L. and Bouzid S. Seed germination of Hibiscus sabdariffa L. 2009 – Medicinal Plant Third International
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Symposium on Medicinal And Aromatic Plants: SIPAM- 2009 26-28 March, 2009 Djerba, Tunisia.
8. Amri I., Hamrouni L., Gargouri S., Saoud I., Fezzani T., Khouja M.L., Jamoussi B., and Hanana M. 2009. Chemical composition, physico-chemical properties, and antifungal and weed-killer activities of Pinus halepensis Miller essential oils. Congres International Plantes Aromatiques et Medicinales – Mroc 2009 – Ifrane, Maroc, 24-26 septembre 2009.
9. Grichi, I. Amri, W. Khouja, L. Hamrouni Et M.L.Khouja 2010. Action des huiles essentielles et des extraits foliaires d’Eucalyptus camaldulensis sur la germination, l’élongation de la radicule et la longueur de la plantule de trois espèces cultivées et trois mauvaises herbes – 1er Colloque International sur les Ressources Sylvo-Pastorales et Développement Durable en Méditerranée Tabarka les 19-20 et 21 Octobre 2010.
10. Bouamoud Zeineb, Khouaja Walid, Hamrouni Lamia, Ayadi Rekya, Bouzid Sadok, Khouja Mohamed Larbi et Hanana Mohsen 2010. Multiplication ex vitro et in vitro de l’arbousier (Arbutus unedo L.) – 1er Colloque International sur les Ressources Sylvo- Pastorales et Développement Durable en Méditerranée Tabarka les 19-20 et 21 Octobre 2010.
11. Khouja, Amri I., Hamrouni L., Gargouri S., A.Grichi, Khouja M.L., Hanana M. et Jamoussi B. 2010. Variabilité géographique des huiles essentielles des aiguilles de Pinus halepensis et étude de leur activité herbicide – 1er Colloque International sur les Ressources Sylvo-Pastorales et Développement Durable en Méditerranée Tabarka les 19- 20 et 21 Octobre 2010.
12. Ben Mimoun A, Amri I, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Jamoussi B, 2011 : Chemical composition and herbicidal activity of essential oils from some coniferous species growing in Tunisia. Medpine, Avignon-France.
13. Hamrouni L, Amri I, Gargouri S, Hanana M, Rhouma A, Fezzani T, Jamoussi B, Ferjani E, 2011 : Recherche de biomolécules à activités biologiques. SIPAM 2011, Maroc.
14. Amri I, Hamrouni L, Gargouri S, Hanana M, Rhouma A, Fezzani T, Jamoussi B, 2011 : Composition chimique, activités antibacterienne, antifongique et herbicide des huiles essentielles de trois espèces de pin. SIPAM 2011, Maroc.
15. Mahfoudhi M, Amri I, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Fezzani T, Jamoussi B, Ferjani E, 2011 : Valorisation des huiles essentielles de trois plantes aromatiques et médicinales (Salvia officinalis ; Myrtus communis ; Pinus ponderosa). SIPAM 2011, Maroc.
16. Wafa Bouabidi, Lamia Hamrouni, Samia Gargouri, Ismail Amri, Mohsen Hanana, Tarek Fezzani, Sadok Bouzid, Mohamed Larbi Khouja, Bassem Jamoussi 2011. Huiles essentielles de Ruta chalepensis, composition chimique, variabilité saisonnière et étude de leurs activités herbicides et antifongiques. 13èmes Symposium International d’Aromathérapie & Plantes Médicinales – Grasse – France – 01 – 03 Avril 2011.
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17. Amri Ismail, Hanana Mohsen, Hamrouni Lamia et Jamoussi Bassem 2012. Herbicidal Potential of Essential Oils from Three Mediterranean Trees on Different Weeds
– Congres International Sur Les Plantes Aromatiques Et Medicinales CIPAM 2012 (8-10 Mai 2012).
18. Hamrouni Lamia, Amri Ismail, Gargouri Samia, Ben Mimoune Abdelkarim, Hanana Mohsen et Jamoussi Bassem 2012. Geographical variability of Pinus halepensis essential oils and their antifungal and herbicidal activities – Congres International Sur Les Plantes Aromatiques Et Médicinales CIPAM 2012 (8-10 Mai 2012).
19. Nebiha Metoui, Lamia Hamrouni, Fathia Dhaoudi, Taoufik Bettaieb 2012. Regeneration of Tunisian “Maltaise demi-sanguine” sweet orange (Citrus sinensis L. Osb.) by stigma/style and ovary somatic embryogenesis – Les Journées Internationales de Biotechnologie (JIB2012) de l’Association Tunisienne de Biotechnologie (A. T. Biotech.). 19-22 Décembre 2012, Hôtel Nour Palace Mahdia (Tunisie).
20. Nebiha Metoui , Fathia Dhaoudi, Mohsen Hanana , Hanene Zaeir, Taoufik Betaieb, Lamia Hamrouni 2013. Regeneration and sanitation of Clementine (Citrus clementina Hort. ex Tanaka) by stigma/style and ovary somatic embryogenesis – 24èmes Congrès de l’Association Tunisienne des Sciences Biologiques (ATSB) Sousse- Tunisie. 25 au 28 Mars 2013.
21. Asma Ben Ghnaya, Lamia Hamrouni, et Mohsen Hanana 2013. Physiological and Biochemical behaviour of five Eucalyptus species submitted to salt stress applied ex vitro and in vitro – The second international symposium on biotechnology 2nd ISB 2013 – Hammamet – Tunisia.
22. Hajer Ben Ghanem, Lamia Hamrouni, Mohsen Hanana, Noura Omri Ben Youssef & Mouldi El Felah 2013. Utilisation des eaux usées traitées pour l’irrigation de l’orge: Hordem vulgare L., impact sur la germination et la croissance – IV Meeting International sur la Gestion des Ressources et Applications Biotechnologiques en Aridoculture et Cultures Sahariennes : perspectives pour un développement durable des zones arides (Djerba 17-19 Décembre 2013).
23. Asma Ben Ghnaya-Chakroun, Ismail Amri, Mohsen Hanana, Haifa Ahoues, Lamia Hamrouni. 2014. Study of Allelopathic effects of Eucalyptus erythrocorys L. crude extracts against germination and seedling growth of weeds and wheat. 5ème Congrès International sur les Plantes Aromatiques et Médicinales CIPAM 2014 – Zarzis – Tunisie.
24. Ayadi R., Hamrouni L., Hanana M. et Salhi Hannachi A. 2014. Options et perspectives de valorisation du Mesta (Hibiscus cannabinus et Hibiscus sabdariffa) – 5ème Congrès International sur les Plantes Aromatiques et Médicinales CIPAM 2014 – Zarzis – Tunisie.
25. Ghada Ben Hamouda, Lamia Hamrouni, Ismail Amri, Hanana Mohsen, Gargouri Samia, Jamoussi Bassem, Abderahmane Romane 2014. Chemical composition, physico- chemical properties, antifungal and weed-killer activities of pistacia atlantica desf.
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Essential oils – 5ème Congrès International sur les Plantes Aromatiques et Médicinales CIPAM 2014 – Zarzis – Tunisie.
26. Toumi M., Amri I., Fezzani T., Gargouri S., Jamoussi B., Hamrouni L. et Hanana M. 2014. Etude des activités antifongiques et herbicides des huiles essentielles de deux espèces d’Eucalyptus : leucoxylon et torquata – 5ème Congrès International sur les Plantes Aromatiques et Médicinales CIPAM 2014 – Zarzis – Tunisie.
27. Kadri Mariem, Hamrouni Lamia, Hanana Mohsen, Zaeir Hanene, Mhamedi Mahmoud, Hanachi Chérif 2014. Effect of osmotic stresses on seed germination of some eucalyptus species – 5ème Congrès International sur les Plantes Aromatiques et Médicinales CIPAM 2014 – Zarzis – Tunisie.
28. Lamia Hamrouni, Asma Ben Ghnaya, Najla Sadfi and Mohsen Hanana 2014. Evaluation of the salt tolerance of Eucalyptus urophylla L. At the germination stage – 5ème Congrès International sur les Plantes Aromatiques et Médicinales CIPAM 2014 – Zarzis – Tunisie.
29. M. Ben Attia, N. Metoui, T. Fezzani, H. Mohsen, S. Gargouri, I. Amri, B. Jamoussi, L. Hamrouni 2014. Etude de la composition chimique et de l’activite herbicide et antifongique de l’huile essentielle de Fortunella margirita – 5ème Congrès International sur les Plantes Aromatiques et Médicinales CIPAM 2014 – Zarzis – Tunisie.
30. Meddeb Iness, Amri Ismail, Hanana Mohsen, Rhouma Ali, Gargouri Samia, Jamoussi Bassem, Mohamed Nejib Rejeb, Hamrouni Lamia 2014. Composition chimique et activités antifongique et herbicide des huiles essentielles extraites des quatre espèces d’Eucalyptus (Eu.falcata, Eu.maculata, Eu.diversicolor et Eu.microcarpa) – 5ème Congrès International sur les Plantes Aromatiques et Médicinales CIPAM 2014 – Zarzis – Tunisie.
31. N. Metoui, S. Gargouri, I. Amri, T. Fezzani, B. Jamoussi, L. Hamrouni 2014.
Activité herbicide et antifongique des huiles essentielles et des extraits végétaux de Bigaradier – 5ème Congrès International sur les Plantes Aromatiques et Médicinales CIPAM 2014 – Zarzis – Tunisie.
32. Said R., Meddeb I., Gomith S., Amri I., Gargouri S., Bassem J., Hanana M., Ben Attia M , Hamrouni L. 2014. Etude de la composition chimique et des activistes herbicide et antifongique des huiles essentielles de quatre espèces d’Eucalyptus. 5ème Congrès International sur les Plantes Aromatiques et Médicinales CIPAM 2014 – Zarzis – Tunisie.
33. H. Mohsen, A. Bèjia, I. Amri, S. Gargouri , T. Fezzani, B. Jamoussi, L. Hamrouni 2014. Composition chimique, propriétés herbicides et antifongiques des huiles essentielles de Pinus brutia tenore, Pinus coulteri et Pinus caribaea morelet.- 5ème Congrès International sur les Plantes Aromatiques et Médicinales CIPAM 2014 – Zarzis – Tunisie.
34. T. Fezzani, H. Mohsen, S. Gargouri , I. Amri, B. Jamoussi, L. Hamrouni 2014. Etude phytochimique des huiles essentielles et des extraits de Lavandula latifolia et étude de
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leurs activités biologiques. – 5ème Congrès International sur les Plantes Aromatiques et Médicinales CIPAM 2014 – Zarzis – Tunisie.
35. Zaeir H., Kaderi M., Hannachi C., Hanana M., Hamrouni L. 2014. Comparative effects of drought and salt stress on germination and early seedling growth parameters of Seasame (Sesamum indicum L.) In vitro – – 5ème Congrès International sur les Plantes Aromatiques et Médicinales CIPAM 2014 – Zarzis – Tunisie.
NATIONAL CONGRESS
Oral Communications
1. Hamrouni L., Khouja M. L., Ghazi G., Aini R., 2006. Optimisation des techniques de multiplication du Pin d’Alep (Pinus halepensis Mill.). Journées Scientifiques de l’INRGREF. Hammamet, les 15, 16 et 17 novembre 2006.
2. Hamrouni L., Raddaoui N., Khouja M.L., et Hanana M. 2007 – Etude de comportement du thym (Thymus capitatus L.) sous stress salin. 14èmes Journées Scientifiques sur les Résultats de la Recherche agricole.
3. Hamrouni L, Hanana M., Khouja M.L., Abdelly Ch. et Ghorbel A. 2009 – Evaluation du comportement de vigne greffée et non greffée sous stress salin. Séminaire International Valorisation Agricole des Eaux Salées, des Eaux Usées Traitées et des Boues Résiduaires (INRGREF). Hammamet, 9-10 novembre 2009.
4. Saoud I., Hamrouni L., Gargouri S., Amri I., Fezzani T., Jamoussi B., Bouzid S., Khouja
M.L. et Hanana M. 2009 – Chemical composition and biological activities of essential oil from Thymus capitatus L. 16émé Journées Scientifiques sur la les Résultats de la Recherche Agricole. Nabeul 2 et 3 décembre 2009.
5. Kouaja W., Hamrouni L., Bouamoud Z., Bouzid S., Khouja M.L. et Hanana M. 2009 – In Vitro Micrografting of Mature pistachio (Pistacia vera) on Carob Tree (Ceratonia siliqua L.). 16émé Journées Scientifiques sur la les Résultats de la Recherche Agricole. Nabeul 2 et 3 décembre 2009.
6. Amri I., Hamrouni L., Gargouri S., Saoud I., Fezzani T., Jamoussi B., Bouzid S., Khouja
M.L. et Hanana M. 2009 – Caractérisation de la variabilité des huiles essentielles au sein du genre Pinus et étude de leur activité antifongique. 16émé Journées Scientifiques sur la les Résultats de la Recherche Agricole. Nabeul 2 et 3 décembre 2009.
7. Amri I., Hamrouni L., Gargouri S., Saoud I., Fezzani T., Jamoussi B., Bouzid S., Khouja
M.L. et Hanana M. 2009 – Caractérisation physico-chimique des huiles essentielles de Cupressus sempervirens et Cupressus arizonica et étude de leurs activités biologiques. XIXèmes Journées Nationales de Biologie de la SSNT «BIOLOGIE & CHANGEMENTS CLIMATIQUES» Hammamet 05 – 08 Novembre 2009.
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8. Ayadi R., Hamrouni L., Zabâar F., El Mohandes Dridid B., Khouja ML. et Hanana M. 2009. Culture de tissus et induction à l’organogenèse chez deux espèces d’Hibiscus : Hibiscus cannabinus L. et Hibiscus sabdariffa L. XIX èmes Journées Nationales de Biologie de la SSNT «BIOLOGIE & CHANGEMENTS CLIMATIQUES» Hammamet 05
– 08 Novembre 2009.
9. Ismail Amri, Samia Gargouri, Hamrouni Lamia, Mohamed Larbi Khouja, Mohsen Hanana et Bassem Jamoussi 2010. Activités antifongiques des huiles essentielles de quelques espèces forestières – XXèmes Journées Nationales de Biologie de la SSNT “Biologie et Qualité de la Vie” du 04 au 07 Novembre 2010, Tunisie.
10. Amri I, Gargouri S, Hamrouni L, Khouja ML, Hanana M, Jamoussi B, 2010 : Contribution à l’élaboration d’un herbicide d’origine naturelle basée sur les composées terpéniques. 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28-29 Septembre 2010.
11. Fezzani T, Hamrouni L, Amri I, Khouaja W, Khouja ML, Rejeb ML, Hanana M, 2010 : Valorisation de la richesse de quelques espèces forestières en huiles essentielles. 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28-29 Septembre 2010.
12. Amri Ismail, Gargouri Samia, Hamrouni Lamia, Hanana Mohsen et Jamoussi Bassem 2012. Etude de la variabilité interspécifique des huiles essentielles de huit espèces de pins – Les 3ème Journées Scientifique sur la Valorisation des Bioressources. Hôtel Golden Beach Monastir.
13. Hamrouni Lamia, 2012. Distillation et valorisation des espèces forestières – 1ères Journées des Associations « Sciences et Environnement » Thème “Enjeux environnementaux, Réseautage et Biodiversité” Cité des Sciences, Tunis, 15- 16 juin 2012.
Communication via Affiches
1. Hamrouni L, Khouja M.L, Rejeb S., 2006 – Effet du stress salin sur la germination des graines de Kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L.). XVIèmes Journées Nationales de Biologie de la SSNT. Hammamet, du 04 au 07 Novembre 2006. XVIèmes Journées Nationales de Biologie de la SSNT. Hammamet, du 04 au 07 Novembre 2006.
2. Hamdi M., Rouz. S., Khouja M.L., Hamrouni L., 2006 – Multiplication végétative d’ Eglantier (Rosa canina). XVIèmes Journées Nationales de Biologie de la SSNT. Hammamet, du 04 au 07 Novembre 2006.
3. Bouaoud M W, Lengliz W, Khouja M.L, Rejeb M N., Hamouni L., 2006 – Propagation d’Eucalyptus par la culture in vitro. XVIèmes Journées Nationales de Biologie de la SSNT. Hammamet, du 04 au 07 Novembre 2006.
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4. Jarradi S., Toumi L., Meliane M., Khouja M.L., Hamrouni L., 2006 – Bourgeonnement Axillaire et micro propagation du Mûrier (Morus Alba L). XVIèmes Journées Nationales de Biologie de la SSNT. Hammamet, du 04 au 07 Novembre 2006.
5. Ghazghazi H Khouja ML, El Gazzah M, Hamouni L., 2006 – Variabilité des feuilles chez Pistacia Lentiscus en Tunisie. XVIèmes Journées Nationales de Biologie de la SSNT. Hammamet, du 04 au 07 Novembre 2006.
6. Hamrouni L., Souayah N., Hanana M., Chaar H., Aini R., Ghazi G., Fabeni P. et Khouja
M. L. 2007. Multiplication végétative ex vitro et in vitro du Jatropha (Jatropha curcas L.). 14èmes Journées Scientifiques sur les Résultats de la Recherche agricole (Hammamet; 6 et 7 décembre 2007).
7. Hamrouni L., Hanana M., Mechergui K., Ayadi R., Sedki M., Bouzid S. et Khouja M. L. 2007. Etude du comportement de la camomille (Leucanthemum parthenium) sous stress salin et hydrique. 14èmes Journées Scientifiques sur les Résultats de la Recherche agricole (Hammamet; 6 et 7 décembre 2007).
8. Naghmouchi S., Fezzani T.. Hamrouni L., Raddaoui N et Khouja M.L,.2007 – Variation du rendement en huiles essentielles de six plantes aromatiques et médicinales. 14èmes Journées Scientifiques sur les Résultats de la Recherche agricole (Hammamet; 6 et 7 décembre 2007).
9. Hanana M., Khouja M.L. et Hamrouni L., 2007. Effets du stress salin sur la germination et la croissance de plantules d’Eucalyptus. 14èmes Journées Scientifiques sur les Résultats de la Recherche agricole (Hammamet; 6 et 7 décembre 2007).
10. Hanana M., Raddaoui N., Khouja M.L et Hamrouni L., 2007 – Evaluation de comportement de myrte (Myrtus communis) en condition de stress salin. 14èmes Journées Scientifiques sur les Résultats de la Recherche agricole (Hammamet; 6 et 7 décembre 2007).
11. Riahi A., Naghmouchi S., Khouja M.L et Hamrouni L., 2007 – Effet du stress sur la germination des graines du caroubier (Ceratonia siliqua). 14èmes Journées Scientifiques sur les Résultats de la Recherche agricole (Hammamet; 6 et 7 décembre 2007).
12. El Hamrouni K., Akrimi N., Khouja M.L., et Hamrouni L., 2007 – Multiplication du cyprès de Makthar (Cupressus sempervirens f. numidia) par culture in vitro. 14èmes Journées Scientifiques sur les Résultats de la Recherche agricole (Hammamet; 6 et 7 décembre 2007).
13. Hanana M., Ayadi R., Khouja M.L. et Hamrouni L. 2007 – Optimisation des techniques de multiplication de quelques espèces aromatiques et médicinales. 14èmes Journées Scientifiques sur les Résultats de la Recherche agricole (Hammamet; 6 et 7 décembre 2007).
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14. Jawadi W., Hamrouni L., Khouja ML. et Souayah N. 2007 – Etude phrénologique de l’Acacia tortilis subsp. Raddiana et leur comportement dans le parc national de Bou Hedma. 14èmes Journées Scientifiques sur les Résultats de la Recherche agricole (Hammamet; 6 et 7 décembre 2007).
15. Ben Houria H., Hanana M., Khouja M.L., Bouzid S. et Hamrouni L. 2007 – Optimisation des techniques de multiplication de différentes espèces d’Eucalyptus. 14èmes Journées Scientifiques sur les Résultats de la Recherche agricole (Hammamet 6 et 7 décembre 2007).
16. Boubiche M., Hanana M., Khouja M.L., Bouzid S. et Hamrouni L. 2007 – Effet du stress osmotique sur la germination des graines de jojoba (Simmondsia chinensis). 14èmes Journées Scientifiques sur les Résultats de la Recherche agricole (Hammamet; 6 et 7 décembre 2007).
17. Khouja M.L., Aini R., Chaar H., Saddaoui M., Hamrouni L. et Mlaouhi A. 2007. Essai d’introduction d’une nouvelle espèce pour la production de biodiesel «Jatropha curcas». 14èmes Journées Scientifiques sur les Résultats de la Recherche agricole (Hammamet; 6 et 7 décembre 2007).
18. Jawadi W., Hamrouni L., Khouja M.L. et Souayah N. 2007 – Etude des propriétés germinatives de l’Acacia tortilis Var.raddiana du parc national de Bou Hedma. 14èmes Journées Scientifiques sur les Résultats de la Recherche agricole (Hammamet; 6 et 7 décembre 2007).
19. Jawadi W., Hamrouni L., Khouja ML. et Souayah N. 2007 – Etude phrénologique de l’Acacia tortilis subsp. Raddiana et leur comportement dans le parc national de Bou Hedma. 14èmes Journées Scientifiques sur les Résultats de la Recherche agricole (Hammamet; 6 et 7 décembre 2007).
20. Ayadi R., Hanana M., Khouja M.L., Bouzid S. et Hamrouni L. 2007 – Effet du stress osmotique sur la germination des graines de kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus). 14èmes Journées Scientifiques sur les Résultats de la Recherche agricole (Hammamet; 6 et 7 décembre 2007).
21. Raddaoui N., Hamrouni L., Khouja M.L., Smiti S. et Hanana M. 2007 – Variabilité de la réponse au sel chez le romarin en culture hydroponique. 14èmes Journées Scientifiques sur les Résultats de la Recherche agricole (Hammamet; 6 et 7 décembre 2007).
22. Makhlouf K., Hamrouni L., Ben Dhiab A., Khouja ML., Souyah N., Hanana M. 2009
– Effet du stress salin sur la germination des graines de ricin (Ricinus communis L.). Séminaire International Valorisation Agricole des Eaux Salées, des Eaux Usées Traitées et des Boues Résiduaires (INRGREF). Hammamet, 9-10 novembre 2009.
23. Ayadi R., Hamrouni L., Khouja M.L., Ben Salem H., Souyah N., Hanana M. 2009 – Etude du comportement du Kénaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L.) sous des conditions de stress salin en milieu hydroponique. Séminaire International Valorisation Agricole des Eaux
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Salées, des Eaux Usées Traitées et des Boues Résiduaires (INRGREF). Hammamet, 9-10 novembre 2009.
24. Mezgheni H.., Hamrouni L., Fezzani T., Dhieb A., Bouamoud Z., Bouzid S., Khouja
M.L. et Hanana M. 2009 – Optimisation des techniques de multiplication de l’Arganier (Argania spinosa L.) en Tunisie. 16émé Journées Scientifiques sur la les Résultats de la Recherche Agricole. Nabeul 2 et 3 décembre 2009.
25. Fezzani T., Gargouri S., Amri I., Hamrouni L., Saoud I., Jamoussi B., Bouzid S., Khouja
M.L. and Hanana M. 2009. Effet du stress salin sur les propriétés physico- chimiques et la composition chimique des huiles essentielles de Pinus halepensis Miller. XIX èmes Journées Nationales de Biologie de la SSNT «BIOLOGIE & CHANGEMENTS CLIMATIQUES» Hammamet 05 – 08 Novembre 2009.
26. Asma Ben Ghnaya, Lamia Hamrouni, Walid Khouaja , Mohamed Larbi Khouja et Mohsen Hanana 2010. Comportement de Jatropha Curcas L. irriguée avec l’eau usée et l’eau de nappe – XXèmes Journées Nationales de Biologie de la SSNT “Biologie et Qualité de la Vie” du 04 au 07 Novembre 2010, Tunisie.
27. Hamrouni Lamia, Walid Khouaja, Asma Ben Ghnaya, Mohamed Larbi Khouja et Mohsen Hanana 2010. Etude du comportement de deux espèces végétales : Jatropha curcas L. et Ricinus communis L. sous stress abiotique. XXèmes Journées Nationales de Biologie de la SSNT “Biologie et Qualité de la Vie” du 04 au 07 Novembre 2010, Tunisie.
28. Ayari H, Amri I, Gargouri S, Hamrouni L, Khouja ML, Hanana ML, Jamoussi B, 2010 : Composition chimique et activités biologiques des huiles essentielles d’Hypericum perforatum. 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28-29 Septembre 2010.
29. Bouabidi W, Hamrouni L, Gargouri S, Amri I, Hanana M, Fezzani T, Bouzid S, Khouja ML, Jamoussi B, 2010 : Chemical composition, phytotoxic and antifungal properties of rue (Ruta chalepensis L.) essential oils. 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28-29 Septembre 2010.
30. Grichi A, Nasr Z, Hamrouni L, Khouaja W, Amri I, Khouja ML : 2010 : Action des huiles essentielles et des extraits foliaires de deux espèces d’Eucalyptus sur le taux de la chlorophylle de 3 espèces cultivées et deux mauvaises herbes. 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28-29 Septembre 2010.
31. Jrad A, Hamrouni L, Haddar A, Amri I, Ben Dhiab A, Khouja ML, Hanana M, Jamoussi B, 2010 : Caractérisation et valorisation des huiles végétales des pins. 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28-29 Septembre 2010.
32. Hamza A, Hamrouni L, Gtari M, Neffati M, 2010 : In vitro seed germination of Helianthemum lippii L. (Cistaceae). 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28-29 Septembre 2010.
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33. Saadaoui E, Khouja Ml, Khaldi A, Hamrouni L, Gazzeh M, 2010 : Effets du stress salin sur la germination chez quatre populations de Câprier (Capparis spinosa L.) de la Tunisie. 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28-29 Septembre 2010.
34. Jaoudi W, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Hamdi L, Khouja ML, 2010 : Production en graines d’Acacia tortilis (Forsk.) Hayne subsp. raddiana (Savi) Brenan var. raddiana dans le parc national de Bou Hedma. 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28-29 Septembre 2010.
35. Toumi M, gargouri S, Amri I, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, Mliki A, Bassem Jamoussi, 2010 : Essais comparatifs de lutte biologique contre les maladies de graminées. 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28-29 Septembre 2010.
36. Khouaja W, Hamrouni L, Ben Ghnya A, Khouja ML, Hanana M, 2010 : Multiplication in vitro de Nigella sativa. 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28- 29 Septembre 2010.
37. Bouallegue K, Hamrouni L, Amri I, Nouri S, Gargouri S, Hanan M, Khaldi A, 2010 : Variabilité des huiles essentielles de Pistacia lentiscus et étude de leurs activités antifongique et antioxydante. 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28-29 Septembre 2010.
38. Guezmir D, khorchani A, Amri I, Hamrouni L, Gargouri S, Hanana M, Jamoussi B, Ghazeh M, Khaldi A, 2010 : Valorisation des produits d’élagage du pin pignon (Pinus pinea) par la production des huiles essentielles. 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28-29 Septembre 2010.
39. Amri I, Gargouri S, Hamrouni L, Khouja ML, Hanan M, Jamoussi B, 2010 : Composition chimique des huiles essentielles de Thuja orientalis L. et étude de leurs activités antifongiques. 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28-29 Septembre 2010.
40. Ben Ghnya A, Hamrouni L, Khouaja W, Khouja ML, Hanana M, 2010 : Multiplication par la culture in vitro de Melia azedarach L. 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28-29 Septembre 2010.
41. Haffar H, Hamrouni L, Amri I, Gargouri S, Hanana M, Jamoussi B, Rejeb MN, 2010 : Optimisation de l’extraction des huiles essentielles de Rosmarinus officinalis et étude de leurs activités biologiques. 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28-29 Septembre 2010.
42. Grichi A, Amri I, Hamrouni L, Khouaja W, Khouja ML, 2010 : Action des extraits foliaires de deux espèces d’Eucalyptus sur la germination, l’élongation de la radicule et la longueur de la plantule de 3 espèces cultivées et trois mauvaises herbes. 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28-29 Septembre 2010.
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43. Khorchani A, Guezmir D, Hamrouni L, Amri I, Jamoussi B, Khaldi A, 2010 : Valorisation des produits d’élagage du pin pignon (Pinus pinea) par la production des huiles essentielles. 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28-29 Septembre 2010.
44. Amri I, Hamrouni L, Hanana M, khouja Ml, Jamoussi B, Lebdi K, 2010 : New biological alternatives based on essential oils to protect the date palm (Phoenix dactylifera) against Ectomyelois ceratonia Zeller. 15èmes Journées scientifiques de l’INRGREF – 28-29 Septembre 2010.
45. Asma Ben Ghnaya, Lamia Hamrouni, Ismail Amri, Ali Albouchi, Bassem Jamoussi et Mohsen Hanana 2011. Etude de la composition chimique des huiles fixes de Pacanier et de Noyer de la région nord de la Tunisie. XXIèmes Journées Nationales de Biologie de la SSNT «Biologie : de la Molécule à l’Ecosystème» 17 – 20 Décembre 2011, Hammamet, Tunisie.
46. Lamia Hamrouni, Asma Ben Ghnaya, Ismail Amri, Samia Gargouri, Bassem Jamoussi, et Mohsen Hanana 2011. Activités herbicide et antifongique de l’huile essentielle d’Eucalyptus erythrocorys L. – XXIèmes Journées Nationales de Biologie de la SSNT «Biologie : de la Molécule à l’Ecosystème» 17 – 20 Décembre 2011, Hammamet, Tunisie.
47. Ben Ghnaya A., Hamrouni L., Hanana M., et Sadfi-Zouaoui N. 2012. phytoremédiation : impacts des métaux toxiques sur la variabilité de la végétation dans la région de Sidi Bou Aouane – SSNT : XXIIèmes Journées Nationales de Biologie. Du 15 au 18 Décembre 2012 à Hammame.

Caroline Sonja Weckerle

Curriculum Vitae C. Weckerle
Personal Data
Caroline Sonja Weckerle
Grenzstrasse 37
CH-8406 Winterthur
E-mail: caroline.weckerle@systbot.uzh.ch
Date and place of birth: 25 May 1972, Columbus Ohio (USA)
Citizen: Switzerland / USA
Civil status: married, four children
(Elias, 10/6/2006; Meilina, 17/10/2007; Leia 15/11/2010; Camilla
29/8/2012)
Education
2/2003 Ph.D. in natural sciences. Dissertation thesis: “Morphology, taxonomy
and phytochemistry of selected genera of Sapindaceae”.
4/1998 Diploma in botany (MSc). Diploma thesis: “Traditional plant use
among the Nanman-Shuhi in Southwest China”.
Employment, research and professional experience
1/2010 – present Oberassistenz (67%), Institute of Systematic Botany, University of
Zurich.
10/2007 – 1/2010 Postdoctoral researcher, studies in ethnobotany and phytochemistry at
the Institute of Systematic Botany, University of Zurich. Advisors: Prof.
Dr. F.P. Schiestl, Prof. Dr. M. Heinrich (University of London), and
Prof. Dr. em. D. Moerman (University of Michigan-Dearborn).
1/2007 – present Direction of a continuing education programme (CAS) in ethnobotany
and ethnomedicine at the University of Zurich.
3/2006 Study visit to the National Tropical Botanical Garden, Hawaii, USA:
Cultural and environmental education. Advisor: Dr. Namulau’ulu
Tavana.
1/2006 – 2/2006 Study visit to California State University, Fullerton, USA: HPLC
studies. Advisors: Prof. Dr. S. Banack and Prof. Dr. P. Cox.
3/2004 – 5/2006 Postdoctoral researcher, studies in ethnobotany at the Kunming
Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Advisor: Prof. Dr.
Yang Yongping.

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Taha M. Rababah

Taha M. Rababah, Prof. and Head

Dept. of Nutrition and Food Technology

Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST)

P.O Box 3030- Irbid 22110-Jordan

Tel. (962-2) 7201000 Ext. 22225

Fax (962-2) 7201078

Mobile: + 962-79-7705460

trababah@just.edu.jo

 

 

Education Background

  • 2004, PhD. Degree in Food Science, University of Arkansas/ Fayetteville (USA)
  • 1998, M.Sc. Degree in Food Science, University of Jordan (Jordan)
  • 1994, B.Sc. Degree in Food Technology, University of Baghdad (Iraq)

 

Research interests in food processing engineering and flavor chemistry; design and fabrication of food processing in different factories; chemical and physical food processing engineering; extraction, isolation, identification, product application to prevent lipid oxidation; identification and characterization of phenolic compounds and antioxidant capacity in different plants;  Food flavor (aroma) characterization and food flavor quality determination by using instrumental and sensory methods; sensory science and rheology.

 

Recent Publications:

  1. Taha M. Rababah, Muhammad Al-u’datt, Khalil Ereifej, Ali Almajwal, Majdi Al-Mahasneh, Susan Brewer, Fawzi Alsheyab, Wade Yang. 2013. Chemical, Functional and Sensory Properties of Carob Juice. Journal of Food Quality 36(4): 238–244.
  2. Taha M. Rababah, Mohamad Al-Omoush, Susan Brewer, Wade Yang, Mohammad Alhamad, Mohammad Alrababah, Abd Al-Majeed Al-Ghzawi, Muhammad Al- u’datt, Khalil Ereifej, Fawzi Alsheyab, Ranya Esoh. 2012. Total Phenol, antioxidant activity, flavonoids, anthocyanins and color of honey as affected by floral origin found in the arid and semi-arid Mediterranean areas. Journal of Food Processing and Preservation. Accepted for publication
  3. Alu’datt, M.H., Al-Rabadi, G.J., Alli, I., Ereifej, K., Rababah, T., Alhamad, M.N., Torley, P.J. Protein co-precipitates: A review of their preparation and functional properties (2013) Food and Bioproducts Processing 91  (4)  327 – 335, doi: 10.1016/j.fbp.2012.11.011
  4. Janve, B., Yang, W., Kozman, A., Sims, C., Teixeira, A., Gunderson, M.A., Rababah, T.M. Enhancement of Corn Nixtamalization by Power Ultrasound (2013) Food and Bioprocess Technology 6  (5)  1269 – 1280, doi: 10.1007/s11947-012-0816-7

 

rida Shibli

 

Biography

 

Prof. Dr. Rida A. Shibli,

Senate member

Biotechnology Section – School of Agriculture

University of Jordan

 

Dr. Rida A. Shibli is a Prof. of plant biotechnology– College of Agriculture at the University of Jordan. He was born in Mursa / Jarash on July 15, 1962. He received his education in primary and secondary schools in Jerash/ Jordan. His BS.C & MS.C was from the University of Jordan- Amman, Jordan and his Ph.D was from University of Illnois; USA. Dr. Rida has occupied many Administrative positions in his scientific work; the last most important that he is now A member of the Jordan Senate. Furthermore, he was appointed as the Minister of Agriculture for 4 months from 6-9 / 2016. Before that he, occupied the position of the President of Mutah University, Karak-Jordan from 4/2013 till 6/2016. He worked in the University of Jordan as Prof in Agriculture Faculty from 2008, and took some administrative positions such as Vice-President for Scientific Faculties and Institutes and the President of The University of Jordan- Aqaba Branch. Also he worked in the Jordan University of Science and Technology, Irbid-Jordan (1990-2008) and in American Universities in post doctorate and sabbatical programs the last was in 2006; at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA. Dr. Rida has a wide experience in research and has many scientific publications. He has many research projects funded and many postgraduate students. He participated in many professional activities & societies, steering committee memberships, and in many workshops and training courses, also he had many achievements in community education. Prof. RidaShibli had been awarded many prizes such as the ISSECO Prize in Science and Technology, 2012. He has an active life full of scientific works  tirelessly from his beginning till now and this can be seen in his C.V.

 

NAZIM ŞEKEROĞLU

  PROF. DR. NAZIM ŞEKEROĞLU

 

Kilis 7 Aralık University

Faculty of Engineering and Architecture

Department of Food Engineering

 

Kilis, Turkey79000, Kilis-TURKEY

 

Phone    :    +90 3488142667

Fax         :   +90 3488142669

Cell        :    +90 5324015512

E-mail    : nsekeroglu@gmail.com

Web       : www.nazimsekeroglu.com

 

  • Dean of Agricultural Faculty

 

  • President of “Association of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Mediterranean – AMAPMED”

 

  • General Coordinator of “Global Federation of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants – GOFMAP”

 

  • Chairman of MESMAP Symposiums

 

  • Having APTI – “Late Smt. Kamal Ben Vavia Memorial Award – 2015” at “Pharmacy Institution of Madhya Paradesh, DAVV Auditorium, TakshashCampus, Indore – INDIA

 

  • Born 02 October 1972 in Kilis, Turkey, he holds an MSc (1997) and PhD (2003) in Agricultural Engineering on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants. He is the author or co-author of about one hundred peer-reviewed scientific articles, book chapters and conference presentations as an invited speaker. Until now, he visited about fifty (50) different countries all over the world for scientific purposes.

 

  • Until now, Dr. Sekeroglu organized a number of national and international scientific congresses, and was a member of scientific boards of them. His scientific meeting organization series titled “Mediterranean Symposium on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MESMAP) host more than five hundred participations from sixty different countries every two years.

 

  • He is a scientific board member of some respected Journals on Plant, Food and Pharmaceutical Sciences published under Elsevier, Wiley, Springer and other European and US publishing groups.

 

  • Dr. Sekeroglu has some European (with Lithuania, Portugal and Spain), Japan and National research projects.

 

  • He founded “Association of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Mediterranean (AMAPMED)” is also the President of the Association. He is also General Coordinator of GOFMAP (Global Federation of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants).

 

  • His main research interest are:
    • Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MAPs) Conservation Strategies
    • Their sustainable wild collection and domestication
    • Developing Good Agricultural Practices for MAPs
    • Postharvest processing of MAPs for high quality drug production
    • Manufacturing and marketing of herbal medicinal products
    • Regulatory issues of herbal products
    • Research on pharmaceutical properties of MAPs and their active ingredients
    • He can achieve these researches cooperated with colleagues from different national and international scientist from all related disciplines.
  • Addition to scientific activities, he has some positions at University Management and Ministerial Duties in capital of Turkey.

 

  • He is married. He has two daughters and one son.

 

SOME OF PUBLICATIONS

 

KOCA-CALISKAN, U., YILMAZ, I., TASLIDERE, A., YALCIN, F.N., AKA, C., SEKEROGLU, N., 2018. Cuscuta arvensis Beyr ‘‘Dodder’’: In vivo Hepatoprotective Effects Against cetaminophen-Induced Hepatotoxicity in Rats. Journal of Medicinal Food. 1-7. DOI: 10.1089/jmf.2017.0139

BUTTACHON, S., RAMOS, A.A., INÁCİO, A., DETHOUP, T., GALES, L., LEE, M., COSTA, P.M., SILVA, A.M.S., SEKEROGLU, N., ROCHA, E., PINTO, M.M.M., PEREIRA, J.A., KIJJOA, A., 2018. Bis-Indolyl Benzenoids, Hydroxypyrrolidine Derivatives and Other Constituents from Cultures of the Marine Sponge-Associated Fungus Aspergillus candidus KUFA0062. Marine Drugs. 16:119, doi:10.3390/md16040119

SENOL, F.S., SEKEROGLU, N., GEZICI, S., KILIC, E., ERDOGAN ORHAN, I., 2018. Neuroprotective potential of the fruit (acorn) from Quercus coccifera L. Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry. 42: doi:10.3906/tar-1711-18

KUMLA, D., SHINE AUNG, T., BUTTACHON, S., DETHOUP, T., GALES, L., PEREIRA, J.A., INÁCIO, Â., COSTA, P.M., LEE, M., SEKEROGLU, N., SILVA, A.M.S., PINTO, M.M.M., KIJJOA, A. 2017. A New Dihydrochromone Dimer and Other Secondary Metabolites from Cultures of the Marine Sponge-Associated Fungi Neosartorya fennelliae KUFA 0811 and Neosartorya tsunodae KUFC 9213. Marine Drugs. 15(12):375.

MAY ZIN, W.W., BUTTACHON, S., DETHOUP, T., PEREIRA, J.A., GALES, L., INÁCIO, Â., COSTA, P.M., LEE, M., SEKEROGLU, N., SILVA, A.M.S., PINTO, M.M.M., KIJJOA, A., 2017. Antibacterial and antibiofilm activities of the metabolites isolated from the culture of the mangrove-derived endophytic fungus Eurotium chevalieri KUFA 0006. Phytochemistry. Volume 141, September 2017, P:86-97.

SEKEROGLU, N., URLU, E., KULAK, M., GEZICI, S., DANG, R., 2017. Variation in Total Polyphenolic Contents, DNA Protective Potential and Antioxidant Capacity from Aqueous and Ethanol Extracts in Different Plant Parts of Hypericum perforatum L. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research. Apr-Jun (Suppl), 2017. 51(2S): 1-7.

SEKEROGLU N., OZKUTLU F., KILIC E. 2017. Mineral Composition of Acorn Coffees. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research. Jul-Sep, 2017. 51(3): 504-507.

AKA, C., KOCA CALIŞKAN, U., BAYKARA, F., SEKEROGLU, N., 2017. Pharmacopoeia Analysis of Citrus aurantium L. Ssp. Amara engl. and it’s fixed oil content. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research. Jul-Sep, 2017. 51(3): 458-462.

GEZICI S., SEKEROGLU N., KIJJOA A. 2017. In vitro Anticancer Activity and Antioxidant Properties of Essential Oils from Populus alba L. and Rosmarinus officinalis L. from South Eastern Anatolia of Turkey. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research. Jul-Sep, 2017. 51(3): 498-503.

UCAN TURKMEN F., MERCIMEK, TAKCI H.A., SEKEROGLU, N. 2017. Total Phenolic and Flavonoid Contents, Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Activities of Traditional Unripe Grape Products. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research. Jul-Sep, 2017. 51(3): 489-593.

GEZICI S., SEKEROGLU N. 2017. Regulation of MicroRNAs By Natural Products and Bioactive Compounds Obtained from Common Medicinal Plants: Novel Strategy in Cancer Therapy. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research. Jul-Sep, 2017. 51(3): 483-588.

CETINKAYA, H., KULAK, M., OZKAN, A., CELIK, M.A., SEKEROGLU, N., 2017. Influence of geographical factors on the fatty acid profile and oil yield of Olea europea L. Scientific Papers. Series A, Agronomy. 60:468-474.

MAY ZIN, W.W.; BUTTACHON, S.; DETHOUP, T.; FERNANDES, C.; CRAVO, S.; PINTO, M.M.M.; GALES, L.; PEREIRA, J.A.; SILVA, A.M.S.; SEKEROGLU, N.; KIJJOA, 2016. A. New Cyclotetrapeptides and a New Diketopiperzine Derivative from the Marine Sponge-Associated Fungus Neosartorya glabra KUFA 0702. Mar. Drugs, 14, 136. SCI-A

SENOL, F.S., ORHAN, I.E., OZGEN, U., RENDAB, G., BULUT, G., GUVEN, L.C., SKALICKA-WOZNIAK, K., CALISKAN, U.K., SEKEROGLU, N. 2015. Memory-vitalizing potential of twenty-five medicinal plants and their isolated compounds via cholinesterase and tyrosinase inhibitory and antioxidant assays. South African Journal of Botany. DOI:10.1016/j.sajb.2015.07.011. 102: 102-109. SCI-A

TUNCTURK, M., ERYIGIT, T., SEKEROGLU, N., OZGOKCE, F., 2015. Chemical composition of some edible wild plants grown in Eastern Anatolia: American Journal of Essential Oil and Natural Products. 2 (3): 31-34.

YALDIZ, G., SEKEROGLU, N., KULAK, M., DEMİRKOL, G., 2015. Antimicrobial activity and agricultural properties of bitter melon (Momordica charantia L.) grown in northern parts of Turkey: a case study for adaptation, Natural Product Research: Formerly Natural Product Letters, DOI: 10.1080/14786419.2014.949706. SCI-B

KARAHAN, F., KULAK, M., URLU, E., GOZUACIK, H.G., BOYUMEZ, T., SEKEROGLU, N., DOGANTURK, I.H., 2014. Total phenolic content, ferric reducing and DPPH scavenging activity of Arum dioscoridis, Natural Product Research: Formerly Natural Product Letters, DOI: 10.1080/14786419.2014.991320. SCI-B

KARAHAN, F., KULAK, M., URLU, E., GÖZÜACİK, H.G., BÖYÜMEZ, T., ŞEKEROĞLU, N., DOGANTURK, İ.H., 2014. Total phenolic content, ferric reducing and DPPH scavenging activity of Arum dioscoridis, Natural Product Research: Formerly Natural Product Letters, DOI: 10.1080/14786419.2014.991320. SCI-B

YALDIZ, G., SEKEROGLU, N., KULAK, M., DEMİRKOL, G., 2014. Antimicrobial activity and agricultural properties of bitter melon (Momordica charantia L.) grown in northern parts of Turkey: a case study for adaptation, Natural Product Research: Formerly Natural Product Letters, DOI: 10.1080/14786419.2014.949706. SCI-B

ERDOGAN ORHAN, I., ERDEM A., SENOL, F.S., OZTURK, N., DEMİRCİ, B., KUNTAL, D., SEKEROGLU, N., 2013. Comparative studies on Turkish and Indian Centella asiatica (L.) Urban (gotu kola) samples for their enzyme inhibitory and antioxidant effects and phytochemical characterization. Industrial Crops and Products. 47:316– 322. SCI-A

ÖZÇELİK, B., KOCA, U. KAYA, D.A., ŞEKEROĞLU, N. 2012. Evaluation of the In vitro Bioactivities of Mahaleb Cherry (Prunus mahaleb L.). Romanian Biotechnological Letters. 17(6): 7863-7872. SCI-EXP.

SEKEROGLU, N., SENOL, F.S., ORHAN, I.E., GULPINAR, A.R., KARTAL, M., SENER, B., 2012. In vitro prospective effects of various traditional herbal coffees consumed in Anatolia linked to neurodegeneration. Food Research International, 45:1, 197-203. SCI-A

ORHAN, I.E., SENOL, F.S., GULPINAR, A.R., SEKEROGLU, N., KARTAL, M., SENER, B., 2012. Neuroprotective potential of some terebinth coffee brands and the unprocessed fruits of Pistacia terebinthus L. and their fatty and essential oil analyses. Food Chemistry, 130:882–888. SCI-A

BASER, K.H.C., DEMIRCI, B., ORHAN, I.E., KARTAL, M., SEKEROGLU, N., SENER, B., 2011. Composition of Volatiles from Three Iris Species of Turkey. Journal of Essential Oil Research. 23:66-71. SCI-C

KOCA, U., KÜPELİ-AKKOL, E., SEKEROGLU, N., 2011. Evaluation of in vivo and in vitro Biological Activities of Different Extracts of Cuscuta arvensis. Natural Product Commnications. 6(10):1433-1436. SCI-C

OZKUTLU, F., SEKEROGLU, N., KOCA, U., YAZICI, G., 2011. Selenium Concentrations of Selected Medicinal and Aromatic Plants in Turkey. Natural Product Commnications. 6(10):1469-1472. SCI-C

TUNCTURK, M., TUNCTURK, R., SEKEROGLU, N., ERTUS, M.M., OZGOKCE, F., 2011. Lead Concentrations of Herbs Used in Van Herby Cheese. Natural Product Commnications. 6(10):1473-74. SCI-C

YALDIZ, G., OZGUVEN, M., SEKEROGLU, N., 2010. Variation in capsaicin contents of different Capsicum species and lines by varying drying parameters”. Industrıal Crops and Products, 32:434-438. SCI-A

UĞUR, A., SÜNTAR, I., ASLAN, S., ORHAN, I.E., KARTAL, M., SEKEROGLU, N., 2010. Esiyok, D., Şener, B., 2010. Variation in fatty acids of the seed oil of Eruca sativa by sowing periods and nitrogen forms. Pharmacognosy Magazine, Oct-Dec 2010, 6(24):305–308. SCI-EXP

ŞEKEROĞLU, N., and U. KOCA, 2010. Current status of medicinal and aromatic plants production and trade in Turkey. Biomed, April-June 2010, p.p. 65–73.

ORHAN, I., ŞENOL, F.S., GÜLPINAR, A.R., KARTAL, M., ŞEKEROGLU, N., DEVECI, M., KAN, Y., ŞENER, B., 2009. Valuation of Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitory and Antioxidant Properties of Cyclotrichium niveum, Thymus praecox ssp. caucasicus var. caucasicus, Echinacea purpurea and E. pallida.Food and Chemical Toxicology.47:1304-1310.SCI-A

KOCA, U., ÖZKUTLU, F., ŞEKEROĞLU, N., 2009. Mineral Composition of Arnebia densiflora (Nordm.) Ledeb. An Endemic Medicinal Plant from Turkey” Biomed, 04(1):51-56.

ÖZGÜVEN, M., SENER, B., ORHAN, I. ŞEKEROGLU, N., KIRPIK, M. KARTAL, M. PEŞİN, İ, KAYA, Z. 2008. Effects of varying nitrogen doses on yield, yield components and artemisinin content of Artemisia annua L. industrial Crops and Products. 27:60–64. SCI-B

SEKEROGLU, N., F. OZKUTLU, S.M. KARA and M. OZGUVEN, 2008. Determining of Cadmium and micronutrients in medicinal plants from Turkey. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 88: 86-90. SCI-A

SEKEROGLU, N., 2007. Investigation of Varying Nitrogen Doses and Row Spacing Applications on the Chemical Composition of Evening Primrose (Oenothera lamarckiana L.). Asian Journal of Chemistry, 19(3):2335-2340. SCI-C

ŞEKEROĞLU, N., M. DEVECI, C.K. BURUK, B. GÜRBÜZ and A. İPEK, 2007. Chemical composition and antimicrobial activity of Anzer tea essential oil. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 87(7):1424 – 1426. SCI-A

DAS, K., DANG, R., SHİVANANDA, T.N., ŞEKEROĞLU, N., 2007. Comparative Efficiency of Bio- and Chemical Fertilizers on Nutrient Contents and Biomass Yield in Medicinal Plant Stevia rebaudiana Bert. International Journal of Natural and Engineering Sciences 1 (3): 35-39.

DAS, K., DANG, R., SHİVANANDA, T.N., SEKEROGLU, N., 2007. Influence of bio-fertilizers on the biomass yield and nutrient content in Stevia rebaudiana Bert. grown in Indian subtropics. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research Vol. 1(1), pp. 005-008.

ÖZGÜVEN M, BUX M, KOLLER WD, SEKEROGLU N, KİRPİK M, MÜLLER, 2007. nfluence of fluctuating drying conditions during shade-, sun- and solar-drying on the quality of Lavandula officinalis L., Origanum syriacum L. und Thymbra spicata L. Zeitschrift für Arznei- und Gewürzpflanzen – Journal of Medical and Spice Plants. Vol: 2.

SEKEROGLU, N., D.A. KAYA, M. INAN and M. KIRPIK, 2006. Essential Oil Contents and Ethnopharmacological Characteristics of Some Spices and Herbal Drugs Traded in Turkey. International Journal of Pharmacology, 2(2):256-261.

SEKEROGLU, N., F. OZKUTLU, M. DEVECI, Ö. DEDE and N.YILMAZ, N., 2006. Evaluation of Some Wild Plants Aspect of their Nutritional Values Used as Vegetable in Eastern Black Sea Region of Turkey. Asian Journal of Plant Sciences, 5(2):185-189.

OZKUTLU, F., N. SEKEROGLU and S.M. KARA, 2006. Monitoring of Cadmium and Micronutrients in Spices Commonly Consumed in Turkey. Research Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, 2(5):223-226.

YALDIZ, G., N. SEKEROGLU, M. OZGUVEN, and M. KIRPIK, 2005. Seasonal and Diurnal Variability of Essential Oil and Its Components of Origanum onites L. Grown in Çukurova Ecological Conditions. Grasas y Aceites. 56(4):254-258. SCI-C

CIMRIN, K.M., M.A. BOZKURT, N. SEKEROGLU, 2004. Effect of Nitrogen Fertilization on Protein Yield and Nutrient Uptake in Some Triticale Genotypes. Journal of Agronomy. 3(4):268-272.

SEKEROGLU, N. and N. YILMAZ, 2001. Effects of Increasing Nitrogen Doses on Yield and Yield Components in ome Triticale Lines Under Dry Conditions in Eastern Anatolia. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, 4(6):672-673. (Yüksek Lisans Tez Yayını)

SEKEROGLU, N., 2014. Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Training In Turkey. The 2nd ICONAHE. , 26th-28th October 2014, Mostaganem- ALGERIA.

CANKAYA, M., CETINKAYA, H., KULAK, M., OZKUTLU, F., SEKEROGLU, N., 2014. Mineral Composition of Hypericum capitatum Choisy var. capitatum Choisy. The 2nd ICONAHE. , 26th-28th October 2014, Mostaganem-ALGERIA.

SEKEROGLU, N., 2014. Cultivation, processing and trade of medicinal and aromatic plants in Turkey. 8th CMAPSEEC (Conference on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Southeast European Countries. May 19-22, 2014. Durres-ALBANIA.

ORHAN, I.E., SENOL, F.S., SEKEROGLU, N., ASLAN ERDEM, S., GULPINAR, A.R., KARTAL, M., SENER, B., 2014. Insight into neurobiological effects of traditional coffee brands consumed in Anatolia: A lifelong tradition. 8th CMAPSEEC (Conference on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Southeast European Countries. May 19-22, 2014. Durres-ALBANIA.

KOCA-CALİSKAN, U., YILMAZ, I., CETIN, A., SEKEROGLU, N., 2014. Assessment of the pharmacological activity of „IKSUT‟. 8th CMAPSEEC (Conference on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Southeast European Countries. May 19-22, 2014. Durres-ALBANIA.

KARAHAN, F., KULAK, M., URLU, E., GÖZÜACİK, H.G., BÖYÜMEZ, T., ŞEKEROĞLU, N., DOGANTURK, İ.H., 2014. Total phenolic content, ferric reducing and DPPH-scavenging activity of Arum dioscoridis. CIPAM-2014. March, 17-20, 2014. Zarzis-TUNISIA.

YALDIZ, G., SEKEROGLU, N., KULAK, M., DEMİRKOL, G., 2014. Antimicrobial activity and agricultural properties of bitter melon (Momordica charantia L.) grown in northern parts of Turkey: A case study for adaptation. CIPAM-2014. March, 17-20, 2014. Zarzis-TUNISIA.

YALDIZ, G., SEKEROGLU, N., KULAK, M., DEMİRKOL, G., 2014. The effects of potassium sulfate (K2SO4) on yield, yield components and antimicrobial activity of milk thistle (Silybum marianum). CIPAM-2014. March, 17-20, 2014. Zarzis-TUNISIA.

SEKEROGLU, N., 2014. Recent agricultural studies of medicinal plants in Turkey. CIPAM-2014. March, 17-20, 2014. Zarzis-TUNISIA.

SEKEROGLU, N., TUNCTURK, M., ERYİGİT, T., OZGOKCE, F., 2014. Investigation of Some Chemical Characteristics of Some Wild Edible Plants from Eastern Part of Turkey. CIPAM-2014. March, 17-20, 2014. Zarzis-TUNISIA.

TUNCTURK, M., SEKEROGLU, N., ERYİGİT, T.,OZGOKCE, F., 2014. Chemical composition of some edible wild plants grown in Eastern Anatolia. CIPAM-2014. March, 17-20, 2014. Zarzis-TUNISIA.

TUNCTURK, M., SEKEROGLU, N., ERYİGİT, T.,OZGOKCE, F., 2014. Determination of nutritional value and mineral composition of some wild Scorzonera species. CIPAM-2014. March, 17-20, 2014. Zarzis-TUNISIA.

SEKEROGLU, N., OZKUTLU, F. AND TUNCTURK, M. 2014. SELENIUM CONCENTRATIONS OF SOME SPICES COMMONLY USED IN TURKEY. Acta Hort. (ISHS) 1023: 35-38
http://www.actahort.org/books/1023/1023_3.htm

SEKEROGLU, N., 2013. Legislations on medicinal plants and their products in European Countries. 5th Global Summit on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants. 8-12 December 2013, Miri, Sarawak, MALAYSIA. Abstract Book. Pp: 349.

  1. MORÉ, R. MELERO, A. M. BARATA, V. LOPES, F. ROCHA, J. RADUSİENE, H. CETİNKAYA, N. SEKEROGLU, 2013. Considerations on the state of the art and training of medicinal and aromatic plants sustainable wild harvesting. 1st Mediterranean Symposium on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MESMAP-2013), April 17th – 20th, 2013, Gazimagosa (Famagusta), Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Abstract Book, pp:50.

OZGUVEN, M., A. SOLTANBEİGİ, S. YALIN, T. CALİSKAN, P. EROGLU, G. YALDIZ, N. SEKEROGLU, 2013. The study of the various rosemary varieties volatile oil amounts and antioxidant activities in different harvests on fertile and marginal lands. 1st Mediterranean Symposium on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MESMAP-2013), April 17th – 20th, 2013, Gazimagosa (Famagusta), Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Abstract Book, pp:124.

SEKEROGLU, N., H. G. GÖZÜAÇIK, E. URLU, M. KULAK, 2013. Mineral content change of Coriandrum sativum L. grown under water deficit conditions. 1st Mediterranean Symposium on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MESMAP-2013), April 17th – 20th, 2013, Gazimagosa (Famagusta), Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Abstract Book, pp:110.

  1. KULAK, M. A. ÇELİK, N. SEKEROGLU, A. ÖZKAN, H. ÇETİNKAYA, 2013. Geographical information system (GIS)-based evaluation of geographical factor effects on fatty acid composition and oil yield of Olea europea L. 1st Mediterranean Symposium on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MESMAP-2013), April 17th – 20th, 2013, Gazimagosa (Famagusta), Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Abstract Book, pp:132.

SEKEROGLU, N., E. URLU, M. KULAK, H. G. GÖZÜAÇIK, 2013. Total phenolic content and DPPH-free radical scavenging activity of Hypericum capitatum var. Capitatum. 1st Mediterranean Symposium on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MESMAP-2013), April 17th – 20th, 2013, Gazimagosa (Famagusta), Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Abstract Book, pp:192.

AKGÜNLÜ, S.B., N. SEKEROGLU, U. KOCA ÇALIŞKAN, B. ÖZÇELİK, M. KULAK, 2013. Mineral content and microbiological analysis of some wild edible vegetables consumed in Kilis and Gaziantep provinces. 1st Mediterranean Symposium on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MESMAP-2013), April 17th – 20th, 2013, Gazimagosa (Famagusta), Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Abstract Book, pp:287.

KOCA, U., AKGUNLU, S.B., SEKEROGLU, N., 2011. Selected Herbal Resins and Plant Secretions Used as Traditional Medicine in Turkey. The International Congress on Aromatic and Medicinal Plants (CIPAM, 2011) April, 13th – 15th, 2011 – Cagliari, Italy. Books of Abstracts. P: 323.

SEKEROGLU, N., KOCA, U., AKGUNLU, S.B., AYDIN, K., 2010. Wild Edible Plants of Southeastern Part of Turkey. The 2nd International Symposium on Medicinal Plants, Their Cultivation Aspects of Uses. 3-4 November 2010, Petra Marriot Hotel, Petra-Jordan.. Abstracts Book. P:.

ÇETİNKAYA, H., ŞEKEROĞLU, N., GÜZELDAĞ, G., MERCIMEK, H.A., 2010. An ancient medicinal plant: Olive. The 2nd International Symposium on Medicinal Plants, Their Cultivation Aspects of Uses. 3-4 November 2010, Petra Marriot Hotel, Petra-Jordan.. Abstracts Book. P:54.

TUNCTURK, M., ŞEKEROĞLU, N., TUNCTURK, R., ERTUŞ, M.M., ÖZGÖKÇE, F., 2010. Cadmium contents of some wild plants used in Van herby cheese. 14th International Congress, Phytopharm 2010. 1-3 July, 2010, Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Abstract Books. P:89.

ŞEKEROĞLU, N., KOCA, U., GÜZELDAĞ, G., MERCIMEK, H.A., 2010. In-vitro antimicrobial activity of traditional herbal mixture, Şüdüt. Phytopharm 2010. 14th International Congress 1-3 July, 2010, Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Abstract Books. P:89.

ŞEKEROĞLU, N., 2010. A Good Model  For Domestication of Medicinal Plants in Turkey. 6th CMAPSEEC (Conference on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Southeast European Countries). 18-22 April May 2010, Antalya-Turkey.

KULAK, M., ŞEKEROĞLU, N., YALDIZ, G., 2010. Effect of Salinity on Germination of some Medicinal Plants. 6th CMAPSEEC (Conference on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Southeast European Countries). 18-22 April May 2010, Antalya-Turkey.

ŞEKEROĞLU, N.,KOCA, U., GÜZELDAĞ, G., MERCİMEK, H.A. 2010. Antimicrobial Activity of Şüdüt, a Traditional Herbal Mixture. 6th CMAPSEEC (Conference on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Southeast European Countries). 18-22 April May 2010, Antalya-Turkey. P:69.

AYDIN, K., KULAK, M., AKGÜNLÜ, S.B., ŞEKEROĞLU, N. 2010. A Vital Problem in Medicinal and Aromatic Plants: Adulteration. 6th CMAPSEEC (Conference on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Southeast European Countries). 18-22 April May 2010, Antalya-Turkey.

KOCA, U., ÖZÇELİK, B., ŞEKEROĞLU, N. 2010. In Vitro Biological Activities in the Lipophilic Extracts of Different Parts of Mahaleb Cherry (Prunus mahaleb L.). 6th CMAPSEEC (Conference on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Southeast European Countries). 18-22 April May 2010, Antalya-Turkey.

TUNCTURK, M., TUNCTURK, R. and SEKEROGLU, N., 2009. The Effects of Varying Nitrogen and Sulphur Doses on Seed Mineral Composition of Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum L.). 4th Global Summit on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, December 1-5, 2009, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia

MERALER, S.M., OZKUTLU, F. and SEKEROGLU, N., 2009. Morphogenetic Variability of Mineral Composition in Mahaleb Cherry. 4th Global Summit on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, December 1-5, 2009, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia

 

AKBAŞ, S., ÇETİNKAYA, H., KARTAL, M., ŞEKEROĞLU, N., 2009. HPLC Analysis of Leaf Oleuropein Contents of Some Olive (Olea europea L.) Varieties. 9th International Symposium on Pharmaceutical Sciences (ISOPS-9), 23-26 June 2009. Ankara (Abstract Published). Proceeding and Abstracts, 107.

KOCA, U., ŞEKEROĞLU, N., ÖZKUTLU, F., 2008. Mineral composition of Gentiana olivieri Griseb. (Gentianaceae): A traditional remedy for diabetes in Turkey. Proceedings of Fifth Conference on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Southeast European Countries (5th CMAPSEEC). 2-5.09.2008. Published by Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry, Brno. ISBN 978-80-7375-209-5.

TUNÇTÜRK, M., ŞEKEROĞLU, N., TUNÇTÜRK, Y., ÖZGÖKÇE, F., 2008. Vitamin C Contents of Wild Herbs Used in the Production of Van Herby Cheese. Proceedings of Fifth Conference on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Southeast European Countries (5th CMAPSEEC). 2-5.09.2008. Published by Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry, Brno. ISBN 978-80-7375-209-5.

ŞEKEROĞLU, N. and ÖZGÜVEN, M. 2008. Determination of Optimum Phosphorus Doses for High Flower Yield and Essential Oil Content in Common Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia Mill.). Proceedings of Fifth Conference on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Southeast European Countries (5th CMAPSEEC). 2-5.09.2008. Published by Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry, Brno. ISBN 978-80-7375-209-5.

ÖZGÜVEN, M. and ŞEKEROĞLU, N., 2008. The Effects of Different Harvesting Time and Drying Methods on the Yield and Essential Oil Content of Thymus eigii (M. Zohary et P.H. Davis) Jalas. Proceedings of Fifth Conference on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Southeast European Countries (5th CMAPSEEC). 2-5.09.2008. Published by Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry, Brno. ISBN 978-80-7375-209-5.

SEKEROGLU, N., ÖZGÜVEN, M., and ERDEN, Ü., 2007. Effect of Drying Temperature on Essential Oil Content of Bay Leaf (Laurus nobilis L.) Harvested in Different Times. International Symposium on Medicinal and Nutraceutical Plants, 19-23 March 2007, Macon GA, USA. Acta Hort. (ISHS) 756:315-319.

ÖZGÜVEN, M. and SEKEROGLU, N., 2007. Agricultural Practices for High Yield and Quality of Blackcumin (Nigella sativa L.) Cultivated in Turkey. International Symposium on Medicinal and Nutraceutical Plants, 19-23 March 2007, Macon GA, USA. Acta Hort. (ISHS) 756:329-337.

OZKUTLU, F., KARA, S.M. and SEKEROGLU, N., 2007. Determination of Mineral and Trace Elements in Some Spices Cultivated in Turkey. International Symposium on Medicinal and Nutraceutical Plants, 19-23 March 2007, Macon GA, USA. Acta Hort. (ISHS) 756:321-328

ERDEN, Ü., N. ŞEKEROĞLU and M. ÖZGÜVEN, 2006. Seasonal Variability in Leaf Essential Oil and Fruit Crude Oil Contents of Laurel (Laurus nobilis L.). 1st International Non-Wood Forest Products Symposium, 1-4 November 2006, Trabzon-Turkey. Proceedings, 195-201.

ERDEN, Ü., M. ÖZGÜVEN, and N. ŞEKEROĞLU, 2006. Investigation of Optimum Drying Methods of Bay Leaf (Laurus nobilis L.). 4th Conference on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Southeast European Countries. 28-31 st May 2006, Iasi-Romania. Proceedings, 1:268-272.

ÖZGÜVEN, M., M. BUX, W.-D. KO LLER, J. MÜLLER, N. ŞEKEROĞLU and M. KIRPIK, 2005. Vergleich verschiedener Trocknungsverfahren für Aetherischöl enthaltenden Pflanzen unter türkischen Klimabedingungen. 8. Symposium des Verbandes deutsch-türkischer Agrar- und Naturwissenschaftler (VDTAN). 04-08 Oktober 2005. Forum der Bundesforschungsanstalt für Landwirtschaft (FAL) Braunschweig.

ÖZGÜVEN, M., M. BUX, W.-D. KOLLER, N. ŞEKEROĞLU and M. KIRPIK, 2004. Trocknung von ätherisches Öl führenden Pflanzen mit Solarenergie in der Türkei. Fachtagung für Arzne,- und Gewürzpflanzen 2004. 7. bis 9. September 2004, Jena, Germany.

ŞEKEROĞLU, N., M. KIRPIK and M. ÖZGÜVEN, 2002. Effects of Different Rooting Media and IBA Concentrations on Rooting of Thymbra spicata L. Proceedings of the Workshop on Agricultural and Quality Aspects of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants. P: 211-216.

ÖZGÜVEN, M., M. KIRPIK and N. ŞEKEROĞLU, 2002. Determination of the Optimal Sowing Time and Nitrogen Fertilization for Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia Mill.) in the Çukurova Conditions. Proceedings of the Workshop on Agricultural and Quality Aspects of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants. P: 217-223.

KIRPIK, M., N. ŞEKEROĞLU and M. ÖZGÜVEN, 2002. Optimizing Nitrogen Fertilization and Plant Density for the Yield and Yield Components in Lemongrass (Cymbopogon spp.). Proceedings of the Workshop on Agricultural and Quality Aspects of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants. P: 225-233.