Dr. Ahmed Mahmoud Mohamed Ebieda

Dr. Ahmed Mahmoud Mohamed Ebieda

Research Scientist
Agricultural Research Center, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Pesticides from Alexandria University, Egypt

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Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Sugarcane Research
62%
Pesticide Residues
90%
Plant Protection
75%
Insect Control
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Massoud, M.A., H.A. Mesbah, A.M.M. Ebieda and A.R. Abdel-Hameed, 2018. Comparative field evaluationof certain acaricides against Tetranychus urticaea on strawberry. J. Adv. Agric. Res. Fac. Agric. Saba Bash, 23: 250-259.

  2. Massoud, A.M., A.O. Zaghloul, , S.A. Barakat, A.M.M. Ebieda, A.A. Abou-gleel, 2016. Assessment of maize yield loss to determine economic injury levels (Eils) due to the infestation by stem borers with insecticidal control under the Egyptian conditions. Alex. Sci. Exch., 37: 729-737.
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  3. Maareg, M.F., F.M. Salem and A.M.M. Ebieda, 2000. The role of organic soil amendments on controlling plant parasitic nematodes. 1. Effect of certain organic and inorganic soil amendments on root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne javanica, infecting host plant in sandy soil. Egypt. J. Agronematol., 4: 82-94.

  4. Maareg, M.F., A.M.M. Ebieda and M.K. Ali, 1998. Studies on sugarbeet pests: IX. Environmental effects on beet fly, Pegomya mixta, behavior of eggs laying on sugarbeet in North and South Egypt. Ann. Agric. Sci. Moshtohor, 36: 1903-1916.

  5. Ebieda, A.M., S.T. Badr and M.K. Ali, 1998. Studies on sugarcane pests: I-field evaluation of certain insecticides against the economical sugarcane insects alone and their concurrent infestations in Upper Egypt. Ann. Agric. Sci. Moshtohor, 36: 1889-1901.

  6. Ebieda, A.M., M.F. Maareg and A.G. Solouma, 1998. Studies on sugarbeet pests. VIII. Defoliation of sugarbeet plant as a new approach to determine the economic-injury levels and the economic thresholds for the some of the main key insect pests. Adv. Agric. Res., 3: 13-30.

  7. Ebieda, A.M., 1998. Studies on sugarbeet pests. VI. Effect of beet fly, Pegomya mixta Vill, on sugarbeet with special reference to the determination of its injury levels and economic threshold. Egypt. J. Agric. Res., 76: 681-692.

  8. Ebieda, A.M. and S.T. Badr, 1998. Studies on sugarbeet pests. VII. Economic analysis and effect of insecticides formulation on Cassida vittata Vill., Pegomya mixta Vill. and sugarbeet components. El-Azhar J. Agric. Res., 27: 239-251.

  9. Ebieda, A.M., 1997. Studies on sugarbeet pests. V. Effect of the tortoise beetle, Cassida vittata Vill. (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) on sugarbeet with special reference to the determination of its economic threshold. Adv. Agric. Res., 2: 1-11.

  10. Ebieda, A.M., M.A. Hassanein and A.G. Solouma, 1996. Studies on sugarbeet pests. IV. Biophysiological parameters and new approaches of tortoise beetle, Cassida vittata Vill. and beet fly, Pegomya mixta Vill. Ann. Agric. Sci. Moshtohor, 34: 1213-1228.

  11. Solouma, A.G., A.M. Ebieda and M.A. Abdel-Rassoul, 1993. Studies on sugarbeet pests. III. Effect of infestation levels with cotton aphid Aphis gossypii Glover on sugarbeet yield. Ann. Agric. Sci. Moshtohor, 31: 1187-1197.

  12. Maareg, M.F., A.M. Ebieda, M.A. Hassanein and A.A. Gaber, 1993. Screening of 37 sugar sorghum (Sorghum bicolor Moench) germplasm for shoot fly (Atherigona humeralis Wied) resistance and yield characters. Alex. Sci. Exch., 14: 77-85.

  13. Maareg, M.F., A.M. Abu-Dooh and A.M. Ebieda, 1993. Varietal resistance to purple lined borer Chilo agamemnon Bles. and relative differential yield loss of certain local sugarcane varieties in Egypt. Ann. Agric. Sci. Moshtohor, 31: 517-527.

  14. Ebieda, A.M., M.A. Abdel-Rassoul and S.T. Badr, 1993. Pest-pesticides interaction in sweet sorghum: 3. Comparative toxicity of certain commercial pesticides, their combinations and speed of actions on corn leaf aphid Rhopalosiphum maidis (Fiche.). Com. Sci. Dev. Res., 42: 19-35.

  15. Ebieda, A.M., A.G. Solouma and A.M. Bassuony, 1993. Studies on sugarbeet pests. I. Two methods for counting cotton aphid (Aphis gossypii Glover) on sugarbeet varieties and their predicted equations. Alex. Sci. Exch., 14: 61-75.

  16. Bassuony, A.M., A.M. Ebieda and A.G. Solouma, 1993. Studies on sugarbeet pests. II. Periodical effect of plant growth regulators on the population density of the common sugarbeet insects. Alex. Sci. Exch., 14: 115-128.

  17. Badr, S.T., A.M. Ebieda and A.G. Solouma, 1993. The efficacy of thiram and its combinations with prometryne on certain pests and yield components of sugarbeet. Ann. Agric. Sci. Moshtohor, 31: 2217-2222.

  18. Abdel-Rassoul, M.A. and A.M. Ebieda, 1992. Pest-pesticides interaction in sweet sorghum: 2. Potency of commercial cypermethrin products, acylurea and juvenile hormone insecticides and their mixtures on the egg-masses of Ostrinia nubilalus Hbn. Alex. Sci. Exch., 12: 137-151.

  19. Ebieda, A.M., M.A. Abdel-Rassoul and M.F. Maareg, 1991. Pest-pesticides interaction in sweet sorghum: I-Monitoring studies of some pesticides and their mixtures effects on susceptibility of European corn borer, egg-masses Ostrinia nubilalus Hbn. Alex. Sci. Exch., 12: 163-176.

  20. Maareg, M.F., M.H. El-Deeb and A.M. Ebieda, 1988. Susceptibility of ten sugarbeet cultivars to root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne spp. Alex. Sci. Exch., 9: 293-302.

  21. Maareg, M.F., M.A. Hassanein and A.M.M. Ebieda, 1988. Diseases of sugarbeet (Beta vulgaris L.) in Egypt. Com. Sci. Dev. Res., 22: 65-73.

  22. Maareg, M.F., A.M.M. Ebieda and A.H. Nour, 1987. Vertical and radical distribution and population fluctuations of nematodes in a sugarcane field. Alex. Sci. Exch., 8: 137-150.

  23. Mesbah, A.H., A.K. Mourad and A.M. Ebieda, 1985. Toxicological studies of natural phyto-compounds. Synergism and antagonism of pyrethroid or organophosphorus-volatile oils of ornamental and medical plants against the house fly larvae Musca domestica. L. Proc. Arb. Pest. Conf. Tanta Univ. Egypt., 1: 423-434.

  24. Mesbah, M., A.S.A. Saad and A.M.M. Ebieda, 1982. The impact of granular formulation in controlling the house fly larvae some Musca Domestica L. in poultry droppings. 2nd Egypt. Hangarian Conf. Sept., 12: 492-502.