Dr. Zeiad Moussa Abd El-Moati
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Dr. Zeiad Moussa Abd El-Moati

Agricultural Research Center, Egypt

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Microbiology from Mansoura University, Egypt

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I am a Researcher in Microbiology Research Department, Soils, Water and Environment Research Institute, Agricultural Research Center, Giza, Egypt. My work concerns fermentation, bioremediation, plant growth promotion microorganisms, and biological control of plant diseases

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Selected Publications

  1. Moussa, Z., E.M. Rashad, E.A. Elsherbiny, A.A. Al-Askar, A.A. Arishi, F.O. Al-Otibi and W.E.I.A. Saber, 2022. New strategy for inducing resistance against bacterial wilt disease using an avirulent strain of Ralstonia solanacearum. Microorganisms, Vol. 10. 10.3390/microorganisms10091814.
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  2. Moussa, Z., A.A. Ghoniem, A. Elsayed, A.S. Alotaibi and A.M. Alenzi et al., 2022. Innovative binary sorption of Cobalt(II) and methylene blue by Sargassum latifolium using Taguchi and hybrid artificial neural network paradigms. Sci. Rep., Vol. 12. 10.1038/s41598-022-22662-7.
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  3. Elsayed, A., Z. Moussa, S.S. Alrdahe, M.M. Alharbi, A.A. Ghoniem, A.Y. El-khateeb and W.I.A. Saber, 2022. Optimization of heavy metals biosorption via artificial neural network: A case study of cobalt (II) sorption by Pseudomonas alcaliphila NEWG-2. Front. Microbiol., Vol. 13. 10.3389/fmicb.2022.893603.
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  4. Al-Askar, A.A., E.M. Rashad, Z. Moussa, K.M. Ghoneem and A.A. Mostafa et al., 2022. A novel endophytic Trichoderma longibrachiatum WKA55 with biologically active metabolites for promoting germination and reducing mycotoxinogenic fungi of peanut. Front. Microbiol., Vol. 13. 10.3389/fmicb.2022.772417.
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  5. Moussa, Z., D.B. Darwish, S.S. Alrdahe and W.E.I.A. Saber, 2021. Innovative artificial-intelligence-based approach for the biodegradation of feather keratin by Bacillus paramycoides, and cytotoxicity of the resulting amino acids. Front. Microbiol., Vol. 12. 10.3389/fmicb.2021.731262.
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  6. Moussa, Z., E. Goma, E. Rashad and E. Salem, 2018. Using of tamarind and vanilla essential oils for the management of brown rot disease of potato. J. Plant Prot. Pathol., 9: 103-109.
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  7. Moussa, Z. and M. Hozayn, 2018. Using of magnetic water technology for the management of brown rot disease of potato. J. Plant Prot. Pathol., 9: 175-180.
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  8. Ezzat, A.S. and Z. Moussa, 2016. Investigating the effect of some elicitors on brown rot disease and tuber yield of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.). J. Prod. Dev., 21: 67-96.
  9. El-Rahman, A.F.A., H.A. El-Ghany, Z. Moussa and H.A. Shaheen, 2015. Use of Chitosan to Control Crown Gall Disease. Plant Pathol. J., 4: 130-135.
  10. Salem, E.A. and Z. Moussa, 2014. Improvement shelf-life extension of apple by prestorage thermal treatment, CaCl2 and gamma irradiation. Arab J. Nucl. Sci. Appli., 47: 181-188.
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  11. Salem, E.A. and Z. Moussa, 2014. Extending the shelf-life of pear fruits by using gamma irradiation. Arab J. Nucl. Sci. Appli., 47: 231-238.
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  12. Moussa, Z., 2010. Biological Control of Brown Rot Disease of Potato: By using Bacteriophages, Actinomycetes, Essential Oils and Basidomycetes. VDM Publishing House Ltd., Germany, ISBN: 978-3-639-24636-0, Pages: 196.
  13. El-Fallal, A.A. and Z. Moussa, 2008. Prospects for biocontrol of brown rot disease of potato in vitro and under greenhouse conditions. Plant Pathol. J., 7: 54-64.
  14. El-Didamony, G., A.E.A. Ismail, A.S. Sadik, M.M.Sarhan and Z. Moussa, 2004. Use of the RAPD-PCR technique to fingerprint of Ralstonia solanacearum and its phages. Egypt. J. Microbiol., 40: 51-64.
  15. El-Didamony, G., A.E.A. Ismail, M.M. Sarhan and Z. Moussa, 2003. Morphology and host range of phages active against *Ralstonia solanacearum caused brown rot disease of potato in Egypt. Egypt. J Biotechnol., 13: 114-129.