Dr. El-Sayed Mohamed Desoky Hassan
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Dr. El-Sayed Mohamed Desoky Hassan

Associate Prof. of Plant physiology
Zagazig University, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Plant Physiology from Zagazig University, Egypt

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Biography

ElSayed Mohamed Desoky, Agriculture PhD , ElSayed Desoky is an a lecture of plant physiology, faculty of agriculture, Zagazig university, Egypt, Dr. Desoky has many scientific papers in plant stress, and projects either presented or published. He e is an internationally in plant physiology and plant anatomy. Dr. Desoky is a faculty member of plant physiology.

Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Plant Physiology
62%
Drought Stress
90%
Plant Nutrition
75%
Salinity
55%

Research Publications in Numbers

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Selected Publications

  1. Desoky, E.S.M., L.M.M. EL-Maghraby, A.E. Awad, A.I. Abdo, M.M. Rady and W.M. Semida, 2020. Fennel and ammi seed extracts modulate antioxidant defence system and alleviate salinity stress in cowpea (Vigna unguiculata). Scientia Horticulturae, 10.1016/j.scienta.2020.109576.
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  2. Desoky, E.S.M., Abdel-Rahman M. Merwad, W.M. Semida, S.A. Ibrahim, M.T. El-Saadony and M.M. Rady, 2020. Heavy metals-resistant bacteria (HM-RB): Potential bioremediators of heavy metals-stressed Spinacia oleracea plant. Ecotoxicol. Environ. Safety, 10.1016/j.ecoenv.2020.110685.
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  3. Abdo, A.I., A.S. Elrys, M.K. Abdel-Fattah, E.S.M. Desoky, L. Huitong and L. Wang, 2020. Mitigating nitrate accumulation in potato tubers under optimum nitrogen fertilization with K-humate and calcium chloride. J. Cleaner Production, 10.1016/j.jclepro.2020.121108.
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  4. Rady, M.M., N.B. Talaat, M.T. Abdelhamid, B.T. Shawky and El-S.M. Desoky, 2019. Maize (Zea mays L.) grains extract mitigates the deleterious effects of salt stress on common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) growth and physiology. J. Hortic. Sci. Biotechnol., 94: 777-789.
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  5. Rady, M.M., A.S. Elrys, M.F.A. El-Maati and El-S.M. Desoky, 2019. Interplaying roles of silicon and proline effectively improve salt and cadmium stress tolerance in Phaseolus vulgaris plant. Plant Physiol. Biochem., 139: 558-568.
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  6. Elrys, A.S., El-S.M. Desoky, M.F.A. El-Maati, A.S. Elnahal, A.I. Abdo, S. Raza and J. Zhou, 2019. Can secondary metabolites extracted from Moringa seeds suppress ammonia oxidizers to increase nitrogen use efficiency and reduce nitrate contamination in potato tubers? Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf., 10.1016/j.ecoenv.2019.109689.
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  7. Elrys, A.S., A.I.E. Abdo, E.M.W. Abdel-Hamed and E.S.M. Desoky, 2019. Integrative application of licorice root extract or lipoic acid with fulvic acid improves wheat production and defenses under salt stress conditions. Ecotoxicol. Environ. Safety, 10.1016/j.ecoenv.2019.110144.
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  8. Desoky, El-S.M., A.I. El-Sayed, A-R.M.A. Merwad and M.M. Rady, 2019. Stimulating antioxidant defenses, antioxidant gene expression, and salt tolerance in Pisum sativum seedling by pretreatment using licorice root extract (LRE) as an organic biostimulant. Plant Physiol. Biochem., 142: 292-302.
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  9. Rady, M.M., E.-S.M. Desoky, A.S. Elrys and M.S. Boghdady, 2018. Can licorice root extract be used as an effective natural biostimulant for salt-stressed common bean plants? South Afr. J. Botany, 121: 294-305.
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  10. Elrys, A.S., A.R.M.A. Merwad, A.I.E. Abdo, M.K. Abdel-Fatah and E.M. Desoky, 2018. Does the application of silicon and Moringa seed extract reduce heavy metals toxicity in potato tubers treated with phosphate fertilizers? Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 25: 16776-16787.
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  11. Desoky, El-S.M., A.S. Elrys and M.M. Rady, 2018. Integrative moringa and licorice extracts application improves Capsicum annuum fruit yield and declines its contaminant contents on a heavy metals-contaminated saline soil. Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf., 169: 50-60.
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  12. Desoky, E.S.M., A.M. Merwad and M.M. Rady, 2018. Natural biostimulants improve saline soil characteristics and salt stressed-sorghum performance. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal., 49: 967-983.
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  13. Abd El-Hack, M.E., M. Alagawany, A.S. Elrys, E.S.M. Desoky and H.M.N. Tolba et al., 2018. Effect of forage Moringa oleifera L. (moringa) on animal health and nutrition and its beneficial applications in soil, plants and water purification. Agriculture, Vol. 8, No. 9. 10.3390/agriculture8090145.
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  14. Merwad, A.R.M.A., E.S.M. Desoky and M.M. Rady, 2017. Response of water deficit-stressed Vigna unguiculata performances to silicon, proline or methionine foliar application. Scientia Horticulturae, 228: 132-144.
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  15. Elrys, A.S., A.I.E. Abdo and E.S.M. Desoky, 2017. Potato tubers contamination with nitrate under the influence of nitrogen fertilizers and spray with molybdenum and salicylic acid. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 25: 7076-7089.
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  16. El-Sobky, E.E.A. and E.M. Desoky, 2017. The interaction effect of biofertilization and nitrogen fertilization level on growth and yield attributes of rice. Egypt. J. Agron., 38: 23-54.
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  17. Desoky, E.S.M. and A.R.M. Merwad, 2015. Improving the salinity tolerance in wheat plants using salicylic and ascorbic acids. J. Agric. Sci., 7: 203-217.
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  18. Desoky, E.S.M., M.R.A. Tohamy, G.S.A. Eisa and N.M. El-Sarkassy, 2013. Effect of some antitranspirant substances on growth, yield and flag leaf structure of wheat plant (Triticum aestivum L.) grown under water stress conditions. Zagazig J. Agric. Res., 40: 215-230.
  19. Kamel, N.H., E.M.M. Mokebel, M.N.A. Saeed and E.M. Desoky, 2008. Physiological and botanical effects of Bio-fertilizer in combination with mineral NPK on wheat plan. Egypt. J. Applied Sci., 23: 446-475.