Dr. Saad Farouk Mohamed Hussien  Gadalla

Dr. Saad Farouk Mohamed Hussien Gadalla

Full Professor
Mansoura University, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Agricultural Sciences from Mansoura University, Egypt

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Biography

Dr. Saad Farouk Mohamed Hussien is currently working as Associate Professor and Head of Plant Production Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Sirte University, Sirte, Libya. He obtained his Ph.D. in Agricultural Sciences from Mansoura High Agriculture Institute, Egypt. He also worked as Demonstrator, Assistant Lecturer, and Assistant Professor at Mansoura University and Senior Lecturer at Nalut, EL-Jabal EL-Gharby University, Libya. He is member of Egyptian Horticulture Society, Mansoura University Journal of Agricultural Sciences, and Social service in my Faculty. His area of research interest focuses on Coping with Environmental Stresses by some Osmoregulators, Plant Growth Substances and Antioxidants, Environmental Stress Physiology, Hydroponics Sand Culture and Plant Growth, The role of Natural Chelating on Alleviating Heavy Metals (Cadmium) Stress, Physiology of Seed Germination, Plant Nutrition with Nutrients, Biostimulants and effective Microbes, Sustainable/integrated Vegetable Diseases in Congenital System by Elicitors and Vitamins, Plant–Animal Interactions, focusing on Chemical Defense Mechanisms in Plants, Morph-anatomical and Physiological responses Plant to Biotic (Plant Pathogens and Pests), and Abiotic (Salinity, Water Stress, Drought, Eave Metals) Stresses. He has 28 articles in journals as author/co-author. He is also serving as member of editorial board and referee in number of journals. He also supervised 4 students thesis.

Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Stress Physiology
62%
Plant Genetics
90%
Plant Biochemistry
75%
Plant Anatomy
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Sofy, M.R., K.M. Elhindi, S. Farouk and M.A. Alotaibi, 2020. Zinc and paclobutrazol mediated regulation of growth, upregulating antioxidant aptitude and plant productivity of pea plants under salinity. Plants, Vol. 9. 10.3390/plants9091197.
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  2. Farouk, S. and S.M. Al-Amri, 2019. Ameliorative roles of melatonin and/or zeolite on chromium-induced leaf senescence in marjoram plants by activating antioxidant defense, osmolyte accumulation, and ultrastructural modification. Ind. Crops Prod., Vol. 142. 10.1016/j.indcrop.2019.111823.
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  3. Farouk, S. and A.J. Al-Sanoussi, 2019. The role of biostimulants in increasing barley plant growth and yield under newly cultivated sandy soil Cercetari Agronomice Moldova, 52: 116-127.
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  4. Helaly, M.N., S. Farouk, S.A. Arafa and N.B.I.A. Amhimmid, 2018. Inducing salinity tolerance of rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.) plants by chitosan or zeolite application. Asian J. Adv. Agric. Res., 5: 1-20.
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  5. Farouk, S. and S.A. Arafa, 2018. Mitigation of salinity stress in canola plants by sodium nitroprusside application. Spanish J. Agric. Res., Vol. 16. 10.5424/sjar/2018163-13252.
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  6. Farouk, S. and A.M.S. Abdul Qados, 2018. Enhancing seed quality and productivity as well as physio-anatomical responses of pea plants by folic acid and/or hydrogen peroxide application. Sci. Hortic., 240: 29-37.
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  7. Nassar, R.M.A., S.A. Arafa and S. Farouk, 2017. Effect of foliar spray with pyridoxine on growth, anatomy, photosynthetic pigments, yield characters and biochemical constituents of seed oil of sesame plant (Sesamum indicum L.). Middle East J. Applied Sci., 7: 80-91.
  8. Farouk, S., B.E.A. Belal and H.H.A. El-Sharkawy, 2017. The role of some elicitors on the management of Roumy Ahmar grapevines downy mildew disease and its related to inducing growth and yield characters. Sci. Hortic., 225: 646-658.
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  9. Khafagy, M.A.M., Z.A.A.A.H. Mohamed, S. Farouk and H.K. Amrajaa, 2016. Effect of pre-treatment of barley grain on germination and seedling growth under drought stress. Adv. Applied Sci., 2: 33-42.
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  10. Gomah, A.A., M.E. Abdallah, S.A. Haroun, S. Farouk and H.H. Badr, 2015. Exploitation of biostimulants as an alternative strategy to control bacterial rot diseases of onion (Allium cepa L. ). Egypt. J. Phytopathol., 43: 65-77.
  11. Farouk, S., 2015. Improving growth and productivity of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) by some biostimulants and lithovit with or without boron. J. Plant Prod. Mansoura Univ., 6: 2187-2206.
  12. Farouk, S., A.A. Ramadan and A.T. Showler, 2013. Chitosan effects on physiochemical indicators of drought-induced leaf stress in cowpea. Plant Knowledge J., 2: 135-144.
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  13. Farouk, S. and A.M.A. Qados, 2013. Osmotic adjustment and yield of cowpea in response to drought stress and chitosan. Indian J. Appl. Res., 3: 1-6.
  14. Farouk, S. and A.E.A. El-Saidy, 2013. Seed invigoration techniques to improve germination and early growth of sunflower cultivars. J. Renewable Agric., 1: 33-38.
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  15. Arafa, A.A., S. Farouk and H.S. Mohamed, 2013. Effect of potassium fertilizer, biostimulants and effective microorganisms of growth, carbohydrates concentration and ion percentage in the shoots of potato plants. J. Plant Prod. Mansoura Univ., 4: 15-32.
  16. Farouk, S., S.A. Youssef and A.A. Ali, 2012. Induction of systemic resistance in tomato against Alternaria solani by biostimulants and vitamins. Alex. J. Agric. Res. 57: 117-129.
  17. Farouk, S., S.A. Youssef and A.A. Ali, 2012. Exploitation of biostimulatants and vitamins as an alternative strategy to control early blight of tomato plants. Asian J. Plant Sci., 11: 36-43.
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  18. Farouk, S. and M.A. Osman, 2012. Alleviation of oxidative stress induced by spider mite invasion through application of elicitors in bean plants. Egypt. J. Biol., 14: 1-13.
  19. Farouk, S. and A.R. Amany, 2012. Improving growth and yield of cowpea plant by foliar application of chitosan under water stress. Egypt. J. Biol., 14: 14-26.
  20. Farouk S., A.M. Abo-El-Kheer, M.T. Sakr and M.A. Khafagy, 2012. Effect of some osmoregulators and plant growth substances on growth and leaflet anatomy of pea plants under saline condition. Int. J. Agron. Plant Prod., 3: 109-122.
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  21. Arafa, A.A., S. Farouk and H.S. Mohamed, 2012. Response of tuber yield quantity and quality of potato plants and its economic consideration to certain bioregulators, effective microorganisms under potassium fertilization. J. Plant Prod. Mansoura Univ., 3: 131-150.
  22. Arafa, A.A., S. Farouk and H.S. Mohamed, 2012. Effect of potassium fertilizer, biostimulants and effective microorganisms of growth, carbohydrates concentration and ion percentage in the shoots of potato plants. Proceedings of the 6th Arab Conference for Technology of Food Science and Dair, November 19-22, 2012, Mansoura and Ain Sokhna, Egypt -.
  23. Farouk, S., A.M. Abo-El-Kheer, M.T. Sakr and M.A. Khafagy, 2011. Osmoregulators or plant growth substances as a growth inducer for peaplants under salinity levels. Int. J. Agron. Plant Prod., 2: 168-180.
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  24. Farouk, S., A.A. Mosa, A.A. Taha, H.M. Ibrahim and A.M. El-Gahmery, 2011. Protective effect of humic acid and chitosan on radish (Raphanus sativus, L. var. sativus) plants subjected to cadmium stress. J. Stress Physiol. Biochem., 7: 99-116.
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  25. Farouk, S., 2011. Role of chelators in alleviating oxidative damage in radish shoot subjected to cadmium stress. J. Plant Prod. Mansoura Univ., 2: 1359-1378.
  26. Farouk, S., 2011. Osmotic adjustment in wheat flag leaf in relation to flag leaf area and grain yield per plant. J. Stress Physiol. Biochem., 7: 117-138.
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  27. Farouk, S., 2011. Ascorbic acid and α-Tocopherol minimize salt-induced wheat leaf senescence. J. Stress Physiol. Biochem., 7: 58-79.
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  28. Farouk, S. and M.A. Osman, 2011. The effect of plant defense elicitors on common bean Phaseolus vulgaris L. growth and yield in absence or presence of spider mite Tetranychus urticae Koch infestation. J. Stress Physiol. Biochem., 7: 5-22.
  29. El-Saidy, A.E.A., S. Farouk and H.M. Abd El-Ghany, 2011. Evaluation of different seed priming on seedling growth, yield and quality components in two sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) cultivars. Trends Applied Sci. Res., 6: 977-991.
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  30. Arafa, A.A., S. Farouk and H.S. Mohamed, 2011. Effect of potassium fertilizer, biostimulants and effective microorganisms as well as their interactions on potato growth, photosynthetic pigments and stem anatomy. J. Plant Prod. Mansoura Univ., 2: 1017-1035.
  31. Farouk, S., S.E. Seadh, M.I. El-Abady and A.M. El-Ghamry, 2010. Morpho-physiological and anatomical responses of wheat plants to micronutrients and nitrogen fertilization. J. Plant Prod. Mansoura Univ., 1: 1071-1087.
  32. Farouk, S., 2010. The role of some antioxidants on alleviation the harmful effects of salinity on growth and yield of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) plants. J. Plant Prod. Mansoura Univ., 1: 1053-1069.
  33. Seadh, S.E., M.I. El-Abady, A.M. El-Ghamry and S. Farouk, 2009. Influence of micronutrients foliar application and nitrogen fertilization on wheat yield and quality of grain and seed. J. Biol. Sci., 9: 851-858.
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  34. Gadalla, S.F., 2009. The role of ascorbic acid and α-tocopherol in minimize of salt-induced flag leaf senescence. J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ., 34: 10645-10661.
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  35. Farouk, S. and M. Osman, 2009. The effect of plant defense elicitors on common bean Phaseolus vulgaris L. growth and yield in absence or presence of spider mite Tetranychus urticae Koch infestation. J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ., 34: 11399-11419.
  36. Seadh, S.E., M.I. El-Abady, S. Farouk and A.E.A. El-Saidy, 2008. Effect of foliar nutrition with humic and amino acids under N-levels on wheat productivity and quality of grains and seed. Egypt. J. Appl. Sci., 23: 543-558.
  37. Farouk, S., K.M. Ghoneem and A.A. Ali, 2008. Induction and expression of systematic resistance to downy mildew disease in cucumber plant by elicitors. Egypt. J. Phytopathol., 36: 95-111.
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  38. Seadh, S.E., S. Farouk and M.I. El-Abady, 2007. Response of sugar beet to potassium sulfate under nitrogen fertilizer levels in newly reclaimed soils conditions. Afr. Crop Sci. Conf. Proc., 8: 147-153.
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  39. El-Hadidi, M.S., A.A. El-Kheer, M.T. Sakr and S. Farouk, 2007. Structural and physiological studies and oil constituents of canola plants under salinity condition: 4-growth, yield and its components as well as stem structure. Afr. Crop Sci. Conf. Proc., 8: 1679-1684.
  40. Sakr, M.T., M.S. El-Hadidi, A. Abo-EL-Kheer and S. Farouk, 2004. Structural and physiological studies and oil constituents of canola plants under salinity condition: 1-Physiological studies of some osmoregulators on canola seedlings under salinity stress. Proceedings of the International Conference on Microbiology and Biotechnology in Favour of Man and Environment in African and Arab Region, April 27-29, 2004, Mansoura University, Mansoura, Egypt, pp: 295-321.
  41. Sakr, M.T., M.S. EL-Hadidi, A. Abo-El-Kheer and S. Farouk, 2003. Structural and physiological studies and oil constituents of canola plants under salinity condition: 2-Effect of some osmoregulators on biochemical constituents in different plant organs of canola under salinity stress. Proceedings of the 1st Egyptian and Syrian Conference, December 8-10, 2003, El-Minia, Egypt -.