Dr. Hashem  Mahmoud Mohamed
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Dr. Hashem Mahmoud Mohamed

Associate Professor
Assuit University, Egypt

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Soil Science from Assiut University, Egypt

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Dr. Mahmoud Mohamed is currently working as Associate Professor in Soils and Water Department of Soils & Water, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Assiut. He obtained his PhD in Soil Sciences from same University. His main area of interest related to Plant and Soil Sciences. His area of expertise includes Soil Microbiology, Soil Biochemistry, Biological Nitrogen Fixation, Biofertilizers, Compost, Organic Fertilizers, Yeasts, Bioremediation, and Mycorrhiza. He has published 13 articles in journals contributed as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
Soil Microbiology
Organic Fertilizer

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Mohamed, H.M., 2015. Impact of inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal, phosphate solubilizing bacteria and soil yeast on growth, yield and phosphorous content of onion plants. Int. J. Soil Sci., 10: 93-99.
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  2. Mohamed, H.M., 2015. Effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae and soil yeasts interaction on root nodulation, N-fixation and growth of faba bean (vichia faba). Malaysian J. Soil Sci., 19: 157-168.
  3. Mohamed, H.M. and A.K. Metwally, 2014. Effect of combined inoculation of Rhizobium with soil yeasts on nodulation, growth and yield of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) under field condition. Am. J. Plant Nutr. Fertil. Technol., 4: 1-10.
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  4. Ahmed, M.H., S.M. Mohamed, H.M. Mohamed and H. Shahata, 2014. Effect of biofertilizers, nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers on growth, yield and yield component of sunflower grown in El-Kharga Oasis, New Valley. Assiut J. Agric., 8: 56-71.
  5. Mohamed, H.M. and E.M.A. Ibrahim, 2011. Effect of inoculation with Bacillus polymyxa mutants on growth, phosphorous and iron uptake by tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum L.) in calcareous soils. Int. J. Soil Sci., 6: 176-187.
  6. Hesham, A.E. and M.M. Hashem, 2011. Molecular genetic identification of yeast strains isolated from Egyptian soils for solubilization of inorganic phosphates and growth promotion of corn plants. J. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 21: 55-61.
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  7. Mohamed, H.M. and A.B.A.M. Abo-Baker, 2010. Evaluation of water hyacinth and sugarcane bagasse composts as a carrier for Rhizobium inoculants and their effects on Faba bean. Res. J. Agric. Sci., 6: 1022-1028.
  8. Usman, A.R.A. and H.M. Mohamed, 2009. Effect of microbial inoculation and EDTA on the uptake and translocation of heavy metal by corn and sunflower. Chemosphere, 76: 893-899.
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  9. Hesham, A.E., S.A. Alamri, S. Khan, M. Elsayed and H.M. Mahmoud, 2009. Isolation and molecular genetic characterization of a yeast strain able to degrade petroleum polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Afr. J. Biotechnol., 8: 2218-2223.
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  10. Abo-Elyousr, K.A.M. and H.M. Mohamed, 2009. Biological control of Fusarium wilt in tomato by plant growth-promoting yeasts and rhizobacteria. Plant Pathol. J., 25: 199-204.
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