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Abdulaziz DAYOUB

abdulaziz.dayoub@gmail.com

 

Address : Syria Aleppo- _ Al Atareb –  Bld 27 – Ground Floor

EDUCATION

 

Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

Ph.D. in production & nutrition fruit trees, March 1981.

Thesis: Effect of Nitrogen on growth of strawberry plants.

Novi Sad University, Novi Sad, Syrbia

Master Diploma  in Horticulture, Jun 1974

Novi Sad University, Novi Sad, Syrbia

 

TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS

 

  • Basics of Fruit and Vegetables
  • Fruit and vegetables p
  • Fruit and vegetables
  • Seed production of fruit and vegetables
  • Palm tissue culture Proliferation (acclimation phase)

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

Aleppo University, Aleppo, Syria.

 

Professor 1992- to date.

Assistant professor 1988-1992.

Lecturer, 1983–1988

 

Teshreen University, Latikia , Syria

 

Instructor 1981-1983

Teaching Assistant, 1976

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

 

Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

 

  • Tracing the radiant nitrogen in strawberry plants 1978 ).
  • Effect of Nitrogen on vegetative growth and fruit yield of strawberry plants. (1980).
  • Method of nitrification in post harvest strawberry fruits (1981).
  • The role of Potassium in respiration in strawberry plants. (1984).

 

 

Bonn University, Bonn, Germany

 

  • Effect of accumulated Nitrite in Leaf tissues on public health (1985).
  • The effect of growth-regulating substances on yield of dwarf apple trees. (1985).

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

 

Publisher : Research Journal of Aleppo University

 

  • Effect of Nitrogen on yield of strawberry plants.
  • Influence of different levels of salinity on salt tolerance in Eriobotrya trees.
  • A study of Olive production and development in Syria. 2003.
  • Development of potato production in Syria 2003.

 

 

 

 

Consultancy:

 

  • Handling wilt disease in apricot trees – Investment Euphrates basin – Al Rigga, Syria 1984-1986.
  • Pruning the almond trees – state farms -Maskanh, Syria 1987.
  • Agricultural service operations state farms -Maskanh, Syria 1987.
  • Palm trees multiplication, General Organization for Seed Multiplication 1996.
  • Acclimatization and hardening of tissue cultured palm seedlings, General Organization for Seed Multiplication 1996
  • Technical specifications of glasshouse, General Organization for Seed Multiplication 1996
  • Identify the environmental conditions for Acclimatization of tissue cultured palm seedlings , General Organization for Seed Multiplication 1998.
  • Landscaping and garden designing, Aleppo University 2002.
  • Training for farm management, Investment Euphrates basin – Al Rigga, Syria. 1988.

 

Studies & Research:

 

  • Deep physiological study on the movement of mineral elements in order to determine the appropriate concentrations in the nutrient medium for the tissue culture palm.
  • Anatomical study of biopsies used in the tissue culture palm.
  • Determine the optimum temperature degree in tissue culture palm seedling. (26-28 c)
  • Determine the optimum lighting in tissue culture palm seedling.
  • Study of the optimal air movement in glass house.
  • Study of the conditions of appropriate soil mixture for acclimatization tissue culture palm seedling.
  • Study quantities and concentrations of appropriate mineral elements for palm seedling growth during acclimatization.
  • Study the dynamic changes of some chemical content in biopsies used for tissue culture palm (enzymes and proteins, etc.).
  • Taxonomical study of some palm varieties cultivated in Syria.
  • Taxonomical study of the fig trees in Syria.
  • Study in identifying and use the neglected and underutilized plants in Syria. ( in the field of biodiversity).

 

 

 

 

Scientific supervision

  • Doctoral thesis entitled “ The In Vitro Propagation of some Almonds Rootstocks ‘ Cherry’” 2002
  • Master’s thesis entitled “The In Vitro Propagation of Some Apple varieties” 2003
  • Thesis entitled “The In Vitro Propagation of Some Walnuts varieties” 2004
  • Doctoral thesis entitled “Influence of physiological characteristics in the yield of greenhouse-growth strawberry” 2005.
  • Master’s thesis entitled “The effect of different levels of bio-fertilizers in fruit yield of apple trees”

2009.

  • Oversee the many projects graduation diploma and final year.

 

Conferences and scientific meeting

  • International Symposium of Plant Physiology, Novi Sad University, Yugoslavia 1973.
  • Symposium of Fruit Physiology, Fruit Research Center, Tchatck, Yugoslavia 1974.
  • International Congress of Mmaize Physiology, Serbian Academy of Sciences, Yugoslavia 1974.
  • Scientific Conference to evelop the cultivation of fruit trees, Humboldt University, Germany 1978.
  • Scientific Symposium to develop automated harvesting mechanization of fruit, Humboldt University, Germany 1978.
  • Scientific Symposium to develop the use of bio-fertilizer technology, Alexandria University, Egypt 1998.
  • The first symposium for the cultivation of palm tissue technology within the project of the European Union, Aleppo, Syria 2000.
  • The second symposium for the cultivation of palm tissue technology within the project of the European Union, Marrakech, Morocco 2000.
  • The Second symposium on the prospects for technological development, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 2002.
  • The Third symposium for the cultivation of palm tissue technology within the project of the European Union, Marrakech, Morocco 2002.
  • The first seminar of organic agriculture in Syria, Aleppo, Syria, 2003.
  • The first symposium to study the neglected and underutilized plants, 2003

 

 

LANGUAGES

 

Arabic ( Mother tongue ), Serbian ( fluent ) , German ( Excellent ) , English ( moderate)

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