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Prof. Ass. Tarek G. Ismail

Assistant Professor - Assistant Professor

Faculty of science

Address: Zoology Department - Faculty Of Science - Sohag University

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Studies on the Abundance, Temporal Distribution and Diversity of Spiders (Arachnida: Araneae) Associated with Lemon Trees, Sohag Governorate, Egypt
Spiders have an important role in the agroecosystems. They are effective in suppressing the pest populations as biological controllers. This study aimed to study the abundance, temporal distribution and diversity of spiders in an agriculture research site at Jazirat Shandweel, Sohag District, Sohag Governorate, Egypt. The sampling was carried out monthly from January to December 2016 using the beating and ... Read more

Floristic diversity and vegetation analysis of riparian and aquatic plants of the canals in the Sohag Governorate, Egypt
This paper analyzes the five elements of vegetation: floristic composition, lifespan, life form, chorology, and species distribution of the riparian and aquatic flora of canals in the Sohag Governorate of Egypt. The riparian vegetation included 126 taxa belonging to 35 families and 95 genera. Poaceae, Fabaceae and Asteraceae were the dominant plant families (50.00 % of the total number of ... Read more

Studies on the Abundance, Temporal Distribution and Diversity of Spiders (Arachnida: Araneae) Associated with Lemon Trees in a Site at Sohag Governorate, Egypt
Spiders have an important role in the agroecosystems. They are effective in suppressing the pest populations as biological controllers. This study aimed to study the abundance, temporal distribution and diversity of spiders in an agriculture research site at Jazirat Shandweel, Sohag District, Sohag Governorate, Egypt. The sampling was carried out monthly from January to December 2016 using the beating and ... Read more

Nutritional, chemical and molecular characterization of Moringa oleifera and Moringa peregrina genotypes
This work aimed to characterise _Moringa oleifera_ (Mo) and _Moringa peregrina_ (Mp), grown in Saudi Arabia, based on nutritional and molecular markers. Seven genotypes per species were evaluated using 1-year-old trees. The nutritional characterisation included chlorophyll, protein, macronutrients, micronutrients, and heavy metals. Simple sequence repeat (SSR) was applied using nine primers for genetic characterisation. Significant differences in nutritional content were ... Read more

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