Prof. Dr. Raed  M. Al-Atiyat

Prof. Dr. Raed M. Al-Atiyat

Professor
Mutah University, Jordan


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Molecular Genetics from University of New England, Armidale, Australia

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Area of Interest:

Molecular Sciences
100%
Biotechnology
62%
Molecular Genetics
90%
Polymer
75%
DNA Diversity
55%

Research Publications in Numbers

Books
0
Chapters
0
Articles
62
Abstracts
13

Selected Publications

  1. Lawal, R.A., R.M. Al-Atiyat, R.S. Aljumaah, P. Silva, J.M. Mwacharo and O. Hanotte, 2018. Whole-genome resequencing of red junglefowl and indigenous village chicken reveal new insights on the genome dynamics of the species. Front. Genet., Vol. 9. 10.3389/fgene.2018.00264.
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  2. Al-Atiyat, R.M., R.S. Aljumaah, M.A. Alshaikh and A.M. Abudabos, 2018. Microsatellite-based genetic structure and diversity of local Arabian sheep breeds. Front. Genet., Vol. 9. 10.3389/fgene.2018.00408.
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  3. Al-Atiyat, R.M., R.S. Aljumaah, A.M. Abudabos, M.N. Alotybi, R.M. Harron, A.S. Algawaan and H.S. Aljooan, 2017. Differentiation of free-ranging chicken using discriminant analysis of phenotypic traits. Braz. J. Anim. Sci., 46: 791-799.
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  4. Al-Araimi, N.A., R.M. Al-Atiyat, O.M. Gaafar, R. Vasconcelos and A. Luzuriaga-Neira et al., 2017. Maternal genetic diversity and phylogeography of native Arabian goats. Livestock Sci., 206: 88-94.
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  5. Al-Araimi, N.A., O.M. Gaafar, V. Costa, A.L. Neira, R.M. Al-Atiyat and A. Beja-Pereira, 2017. Genetic origin of goat populations in Oman revealed by mitochondrial DNA analysis. PLoS One, Vol. 12. 10.1371/journal.pone.0190235.
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  6. l-Atiyat, R.M., R.S. Aljumaah, B.M. Al-Shaer and H. Al-Sornokh, 2016. Extinction probabilities of Hassawi cattle from Saudi Arabia using population viability analysis. J. King Saud Univ.-Sci., 28: 226-231.
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  7. Lawal, R.A., D. Wragg, P. Silva, K. Vanmechelen and A. Vereijken et al., 2016. P1019 Genetic introgression through selection in domestic chickens: Insight from whole genome sequence analysis. J. Anim. Sci., 94: 23-24.
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  8. Al-Atiyat, R.M., G. Suliman, E. AlSuhaibani, A. El-Waziry, A. Al-Owaimer and S. Basmaeil, 2016. The differentiation of camel breeds based on meat measurements using discriminant analysis. Trop. Anim. Health Prod., 48: 871-878.
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  9. Al-Atiyat, R.M., 2016. The extent of linkage disequilibrium of maternal haplotypes in sheep genome. Philippine Agric. Sci., 99: 202-210.
  10. Al-Atiyat, R.M., 2016. Genetic aspects of F1 crossbred between black Bedouin and Damascus goats. Res. J. Biotechnol., 11: 85-91.
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  11. Al-Atiyat, R.M., 2016. Association of allele diversity and polymorphism of microsatellites markers in the tropical goat. Res. J. Biotechnol., 11: 29-36.
  12. Al-Atiyat, R., W. Flooda, I. Franklinb, B. Kinghorna and A. Ruvinsky, 2016. Microsatellite-based genetic variation and differentiation of selected Australian Merino sheep flocks. Small Rumin. Res., 136: 137-144.
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  13. Al-Atiyat, R., 2016. Microsatellite-based estimation of inbreeding level in sheep populations of small effective size. South Afr. J. Anim. Sci., 46: 54-62.
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  14. Aljumaah, R.S., M.M. Alobre and R.M. Al-Atiyat, 2015. Use of microsatellite markers to assign goats to their breeds. Genet. Mol. Res., 14: 9071-9080.
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  15. AlSuhaibani, E., C.C. Voudouris, R. Al-Atiyat, A. Kotzamumin J. Vontas and J.T. Margaritopoulos, 2015. Identification of a point mutation in the ace1 gene of Therioaphis trifolli maculata and detection of insecticide resistance by a diagnostic PCR-RFLP assay. Bulletin of entomological research. Bull. Entomol. Res., 105: 712-716.
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  16. Al-Atiyat, R.M., R.S. Aljumaah, A.M. Abudabos, A.A. Alghamdi, A.S. Alharthi, H.S. AlJooan and M.N. Alotybi, 2015. Current situation and diversity of indigenous cattle breeds of Saudi Arabia. Anim. Genet. Resour., 57: 39-49.
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  17. Al-Atiyat, R.M., M.M. Alobre, R.S. Aljumaah and M.A. Alshaikh, 2015. Microsatellite based genetic diversity and population structure of three Saudi goat breeds. Small Rumin. Res., 130: 90-94.
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  18. Al-Atiyat, R.M., H.J. Al-Tamimi, N.M. Salameh and M.J. Tabbaa, 2015. Genetic diversity of different Jordan goat breeds using microsatellite markers. J. Anim. Plant Sci., 25: 1532-1539.
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  19. Al-Atiyat, R.M., 2015. The power of 28 microsatellite markers for parentage testing in sheep. Electron. J. Biotechnol., 18: 116-121.
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  20. Al-Atiyat, R.M., 2015. Study of the reconstruction of haplotypes and recombination events in some regions of sheep genome. Res. J. Biotechnol., 10: 81-90.
  21. Al-Atiyat, R.M., 2015. Presence of segregation distortion in sheep. Res. J. Biotechnol., 10: 87-98.
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  22. Al-Atiyat, R.M., 2015. Genetic differentiation between Awassi and Merino sheep breeds using microsatellites. Res. J. Biotechnol., 10: 1-6.
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  23. Abdullah, B.M., R.M. Al-Atiyat and M.J. Tabbaa, 2015. The effects of different factors and heterosis on body dimensions of Awassi, Chios and their crossbred lambs. Jordan J. Agric. Sci., 11: 423-434.
  24. Al-Ruwaili, M., S. Herzallah, H. Al-Dmoor and R. Al-Atiyat, 2014. Effect of broiler commercial strains on total and free cholesterol levels of chicken muscle tissues. Global Veterinaria, 12: 381-383.
  25. Al-Atiyat, R.M., 2014. Sustainable breeding program of black bedouin goat for conserving genetic diversity: Simulated scenarios for in situ conservation. Jordan J. Agric. Res., 5: 26-37.
  26. Al-Atiyat, R.M. and R.S. Aljumaah, 2014. Genetic relatedness between Ardi, Black Bedouin and Damascus goat breeds. Genet. Mol. Res., 13: 4654-4665.
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  27. Al-Atiyat, R.M. and R.S. Aljumaah, 2014. Genetic distances and phylogenetic trees of different Awassi sheep populations based on DNA sequencing. Genet. Mol. Res., 13: 6557-6568.
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  28. Al-Atiyat, R. and A.M. Abudabos, 2014. Molecular diversity of different chicken populations based on nucleotides sequencing. J. Food Agric. Environ., 12: 379-382.
  29. Al-Atiyat R.M., N.M. Salameh and M.J. Tabbaa, 2014. Analysis of genetic diversity and differentiation of sheep populations in Jordan. Electron. J. Biotechnol., 17: 168-173.
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  30. Al-Tamimi, H.J., B.S. Obeidat, A.Y. Abdullah and R.M. Atiyat, 2013. Disproportionate thermophysiological strain between intensively-and extensively-managed goats during summer. Small Rumin. Res., 109: 1-8.
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  31. Al-Atiyat, R.M. and R.S. Aljumaah, 2013. Simulated breeding scenarios for improving Hejaz goat performance in subtropics. J. Food Agric. Environ., 11: 440-444.
  32. Al-Atiyat, R.M. and A.M. Abudabos, 2013. Phylogenetic Trees Reconstruction forJordan Indigenous Chickens and Commercial Broiler from DNA Sequencing. Int. J. Agric. Biol., 15: 761-766.
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  33. Abudabos, A.M., E.M. Samara, E.O.S. Hussein, M.Q. Al-Ghadi and R.M. Al-Atiyat, 2013. Impacts of stocking density on the performance and welfare of broiler chickens. Italian J. Anim. Sci., Vol. 12. 10.4081/ijas.2013.e11.
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  34. Abudabos, A.M., E. Samara, E.O.S. Hussein, R.M. Al-Atiyat and A. Al-Haidary, 2013. Influence of stocking density on welfare indices of broilers. Italian J. Anim. Sci., Vol. 12. 10.4081/ijas.2013.e35.
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  35. Al-Atiyat, R.M., N.M. Salameh and M.J. Tabbaa, 2012. Phylogeny and evolutionary analysis of goat breeds in Jordan based on DNA sequencing. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 15: 850-853.
  36. Al-Atiyat, R.M., M.J. Tabbaa, N.M. Salameh, K.A. Tarawneh, L. Al-Shmayla and H.J. Al-Tamimie, 2012. Analysis of genetic variation of fat tailed-sheep in southern region of Jordan. Asian J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 7: 376-389.
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  37. Al-Atiyat, R.M., 2012. Genetic diversity of Jordan indigenous layers and genetic distance with exotic layers. J. Anim. Plant Sci., 22: 480-487.
  38. Al-Atiyat, R., T. Rewe, P. Herold and A.V. Zarate, 2010. A simulation study to compare different breeding scenarios for black bedouin goat in Jordan. Proceeding of the 3rd International Scientific Conference on Enhancement of Small Ruminant Production, February 8-11, 2010, Hurghada, Egypt -.
  39. Al-Atiyat, R., T. Rewe, P. Herold and A.V. Zarate, 2010. A simulation study to compare different breeding scenarios for black Bedouin goat in Jordan. Egypt. J. Sheep Goat Sci., 5: 83-92.
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  40. Al-Atiyat, R., 2010. Genetic diversity of indigenous chicken ecotypes in Jordan. Afr. J. Biotechnol., 9: 7014-7019.
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  41. Tabbaa, M.J. and R. Al-Atiyat, 2009. Breeding objectives, selection criteria and factors influencing them for goat breeding in Jordan. Small Ruminant Res., 84: 8-15.
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  42. Al-Atiyat, R.M., 2009. Extinction probabilities of Jordan indigenous cattle using population viability analysis. Livestock Sci., 123: 121-128.
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  43. Al-Atiyat, R.M., 2009. Extinction probabilities of Jordan indigenous cattle using population viability analysis. Livest. Sci., 123: 121-128.
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  44. Al-Atiyat, R.M. and M.A. Bdour, 2009. Using multiple logiostic regression to evaluate the adoption rate of feed block technology by sheep owners in Jordan. Jordan J. Agric. Res., 5: 26-37.
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  45. Al-Atiyat, R., 2009. Diversity of chicken populations in Jordan determined using discriminate analysis of performance traits. Int. J. Agric. Biol. (Pak.), 11: 374-380.
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  46. Al-Atiyat, R.M., 2009. DNA polymorphism of indigenous chickens in Jordan. Aian J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 4: 237-244.
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  47. Al-Atiyat, R., 2008. Power of microsatelliate markers in detecting parentage of animals. Proceeding of the 2nd Jordanian Egyptian Conference on Biotechnology, November 11-13, 2008, Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan -.
  48. Al-Atiyat R., 2006. Biodiversity of indigenous chicken in Jordan using DNA markers. Proceeding of 1st Egyptian-Jordanian Conference on Biotechnology and Sustainable Development, December 11-14, 2006, Cairo, Egypt -.
  49. Al-Atiyat R., 2006. Assessment of biodiversity of indigenous chicken in Jordan. Proceedings of the 8th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, August 13-18, 2006, Belo Horizonte, Brazil -.
  50. Tabbaa, M. and R. Al-Atiyat, 2003. Correlation among some characteristics of lactation curve and environmental factors of Friesian cows raised under the conditions of Jordan Valley. Dirasat Agric. Sci., 30: 143-148.
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  51. Al-Atiyat, R., W.D. Flood, I. Franklin, B.P. Kinghorn and A. Ruvinsky, 2003. Genetic structure of selected Merino sheep populations. Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Genetics, 6-11 July, 2003, Melbourne, Australia, pp: 133-.
  52. Al-Atiyat, R., W.D. Flood, I. Franklin, B.P. Kinghorn and A. Ruvinsky, 2002. Microsatellite variation and population genetic structure of selected Merino sheep flocks. Proceedings of the 7th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, August 19-23, 2002, Montpelier, France, pp: 98-.
  53. Al-Atiyat, R., M.J. Tabbaa and W.F. Lubbadeh, 1999. Some characteristics of lactation curve of Friesian cows in Jordan and factors affecting them. Int. Refereed Res. J. Dirasat Agri. Sci., 26: 50-64.
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