Dr. Maha Abdullah Momenah
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Dr. Maha Abdullah Momenah

Associate Professor
Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University, Saudi Arabia

Highest Degree
PostDoc. in Physiology from Princess Nora Bint Abdul Rahman University, Saudi Arabia

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1. Maha Momenah , A., Ph.D. is an Associate Professor at Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University . Dr. Momenah has 10 scientific papers published. She is a member of The Saudi Biological Society , Saudi Society for Educational and Psychological Sciences , Society of Physiological Sciences and its applications ,The Federation of Arab Biologists and German member of the Egyptian Society of Animal Science .Dr. Maha worked as head of the Department of Biology for four years .

Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
Comparative Anatomy
Animal Behaviour
Molecular Cellular
Healthy Culture

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Momenah, M.A., 2014. Some blood parameters of one humped she-camels (Camelus dromedaries) in response to parasitic infection. Life Sci. J., 11: 118-123.
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  2. Momenah, M.A., 2013. Residues in meat and serological responses of male growing white NewZealand rabbits exposed to either fresh or expired Diazinon®. Life Sci. J., 10: 2602-2608.
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  3. Gabal, H.A., M. Moamena and H. Al Moalla, 2013. The role of bee venom in controlling albino rats fetal morphometric and morphological changes by carbimazole induced hypothyroidism. Egypt. J. Hospital Med., 51: 405-422.
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  4. Momenah, M.A., 2012. Immunological and productive responses in male growing white New Zealand rabbits exposed to Diazinon. Afr. J. Pharm. Pharmacol., 6: 824-828.
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  5. Gabal, H.A., M. Moamena and H. Al Moalla, 2012. The role of bee venom in ameliorating the physiological changes of carbimazole induced hypothyroidism in pregnant rats. Egypt. J. Hospital Med., 49: 976-987.
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  6. Momenah, M.A., 2009. Physiological and productive responses of growing male rabbits treated with recombinant bovine growth hormone (rbST). Egypt. J. Basic Appl. Physiol., 8: 451-464.