Academic Staff

                                        Dr. Atheel Najib Yousef Jibreal Habash
Dr. Atheel Najib Yousef Jibreal Habash ____________________________
Plant Physiology/ Plant Ecophysiology
  • 2013 Doctor of Natural Sciences (Dr.rar.nat.), Plant Physiology /Plant Ecophysiology, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany.

    2002 Master of Science (M.Sc.), Plant Biotechnology, Mosul University, Mosul, Iraq.

    1999 Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), General Biology, Mosul University, Mosul, Iraq.

  • In vitro morphogenetic response of apple (Malus domestica Borkh.) and pear (Pyrus communis L.) to the elevated levels of copper and myo-inositol. RS Toma, GH Danial, ANY Habash. Acta Agrobotanica 65 (3).

    Clonal propagation of Dianthus caryophyllus L. through tissue culture. GH Danial, AN Yousif, MS Omar. The 2nd Kurdistan Conference on Biological Sciences 12 (1), 19-95.

    Rapid protocol of Aloe vera in vitro propagation. GH Danial, DA Ibrahim, AN Yousef, SB Elyas.The Iraqi Journal of Agricultural Science 50 (4), 1377-1382.

    Regeneration of transformed forage legume plants by Agrobacterium rhizogenes R1601

    NI Al Barhawi, NY Atheel. Qatar Univ. Sci. J. (2003), 23: 109-115


    Überexpression der Pyruvat-Phosphat-Dikinase ermöglicht besseres Wachstum von Tabak auf kalkhaltigen Böden. 2013. Verlag: Dr. Köster, Berlin. SJM Habash, A.N., Trejo-Téllez, L.I., Köhn, C.A.

    Overexpression of Pyruvate, Orthophosphate Dikinase Facilitates Phosphate Uptake and Allows Better Growth of Tobacco in Alkaline Soil Atheel Habash. Biology Chemistry and Pharmacy Department, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany.

    Transgene Pflanzen mit erhöhter Säure-Exsudation: Phosphaternährung. SJM Habash, A.N., Trejo-Téllez, L.I., Köhn, C.A.Verlag: Dr. Köster, Berlin

    Electro stimulation and genetic transformation by Agrobacterium rhizogenes R 1601 in improvement of protein content of alfalfa and clover plants. Atheel Najeb Yousef habash. Dissertation, Department of Biology, College of Education, University of Mousel, Iraq.

  • My research addresses broad questions about the plant (especially roots) growth and development under stressed environmental and soil conditions. Plant physiology/ Ecophysiology study's the complex interactions between plants and their environment (biotic and abiotic factors). It focuses on physiological (metabolism) and molecular mechanisms (genetic factors) that enable plants to cope with flooding stress and/or dense, competitive environments, drought, nutrition, and different toxic and non-toxic nanoparticle stress. These stress conditions induce changes in plant growth and metabolism, like root architecture changes, helping plants to adapt to high water levels or to outcompete neighbors in dense vegetation as examples. My interest is concentrated on understanding the plant mechanism used for changes in its root's architecture and metabolism under the alkaline and acid soils (soils that hold un-soluble unavailable nutrients for plant uptake), toxic and non-toxic nanoparticles soil content, and the effect of these changes on plant growth and development, this could lead to enabling the plant internally for better growth development and yield under such conditions.

  • Plant Physiology - Fourth stage

    Plant Growth and Development - Fourth stage

    Advanced Plant Physiology -M.Sc.

    Advanced Plant Ecophysiology - M.Sc.

    Archegoniate- Second stage

    Phycology - Second stage

    Ecology - Second stage

    Pollution - Second stage

  • M.Sc. ٍٍ Student: Mrs. Halaa Modhafer Hamid "In Vitro Phytotoxicity of Silver Nanoparticles in Common Forage Plant Medicago Sativa".

  • Workshops

    1. European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). Wednesday, Nov.17th 2021.
    2. The Outcome of UoD Peer Project to Open Door of Nanotechnology Field of the College of Science / University of Duhok. 3rd of March 2022.
    3. General DNA Technology. 23-25, May 2022.

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