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Dr Mohammed Dadach | seed germination | SustainableAg Leadership Award

University of Bejaia , Algeria

Dr. Mohammed Dadach is a dedicated educator and researcher specializing in Ecology and Environment. Born on September 4, 1988, in Béni Saf, he has established himself as a prominent figure in academia. Dr. Dadach holds the rank of Associate Professor, Class “A,” at the University of Béjaia, where he passionately imparts knowledge and conducts groundbreaking research.

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

📚 Formation académique:

  • Habilitation universitaire en Juin 2022
  • Doctorat en Sciences de l’Environnement en 2016
  • Master en biologie, spécialisé en Biodiversité et écologie végétale en 2013
  • Licence en biologie, spécialité Biodiversité végétale en 2011
  • Baccalauréat (BAC) en Science de la nature et de la vie en 2006

 Expérience professionnelle:

📅 2015-2016: Enseignant vacataire – Département des Sciences de l’Environnement, Université de Sidi Bel Abbes
📅 Depuis le 23 Octobre 2017: Enseignant chercheur – Faculté des Sciences de la Nature et de la Vie, Université de Béjaia
📅 2013-2016: Membre de l’équipe de recherche – Laboratoire de Biodiversité Végétale, Université de Sidi Bel Abbes
📅 Depuis 2019: Membre du laboratoire de recherche en Écologie et Environnement, Université de Béjaia

🔬 Research Focus:

Dr. Mohammed Dadach’s research primarily focuses on seed germination behavior and plant responses to environmental stressors, particularly salinity, water stress, temperature variations, and drought conditions. 🌱 His studies investigate the biochemical and physiological changes occurring in various plant species under different stress conditions, aiming to enhance our understanding of plant adaptation mechanisms and improve strategies for environmental conservation and sustainable land management. 🌿 Through his extensive work, Dr. Dadach contributes valuable insights into the resilience of Mediterranean medicinal plants and shrubs, shedding light on their potential for cultivation in arid and disturbed coastal areas. 🌊



Dr. Mohammed Dadach has garnered a total of 139 citations overall and 126 citations since 2019. His h-index stands at 8 overall and 7 since 2019, indicating the impact and significance of his scholarly contributions. Additionally, his i10-index is 5 both overall and since 2019, reflecting the number of his publications with at least 10 citations each. These metrics underscore Dr. Dadach’s growing influence and recognition within the academic community for his research in the field of plant physiology and environmental science.

Publications Top Notes

  1. Effect of metallic stress on seed emergence and early seedling development of Cistus monspeliensis (L.): Involvement in restoration of the Mediterranean contaminated soils Journal: Vegetos Date: 2024-03-06 DOI: 10.1007/s42535-024-00855-x Contributors: Mohammed Dadach; Bouzid Nedjimi; Abdul Hameed
  2. Effects of different chloride salts on seed germination and early seedling performance of Ceratonia siliqua, a multipurpose tree of the Mediterranean region Journal: South African Journal of Botany Date: 2023-07 DOI: 10.1016/j.sajb.2023.04.044 Contributors: Mohammed Dadach; Sanjay Gairola; Abdul Hameed; Ali El-Keblawy
  3. Differential effects of chloride salts on seed germination and seedling growth of Cistus monspeliensis: Towards revegetation of the Mediterranean salt-contaminated soils Journal: Flora Date: 2023-02 DOI: 10.1016/j.flora.2022.152209 Contributors: Mohammed Dadach; Abdul Hameed; Ali El-Keblawy
Mohammed Dadach | seed germination | SustainableAg Leadership Award

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