Raoudha Abdellaoui | Plants for Food | Best Researcher Award

Prof Dr  Raoudha Abdellaoui | Plants for Food | Best Researcher Award

Researcher at  Institut des Régions Arides-Médenine, Tunisia

Raoudha Abdellaoui, born on January 15, 1973, in Tunis, Tunisia, is a dedicated researcher in the field of Range Ecology. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Natural Sciences and pursued her academic journey at the Faculty of Science of Tunis, where she earned a Diploma of Deeper Study (D.E.A) in plant physiology in 2000 and completed her Ph.D. thesis in biology in 2009.

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🎓 Education:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Natural Sciences (1997) – Faculty of Science of Tunis, Tunisia
  • Diploma of Deeper Study (D.E.A) in Plant Physiology (2000) – Faculty of Science of Tunis, Tunisia
  • Ph.D. in Biology (2009) – Faculty of Science of Tunis, Tunisia

👩‍🔬 Professional Journey:

  • Researcher at Range Ecology Laboratory, Arid Regions Institute (IRA), Medenine, Tunisia (October 2008 – Present)
  • Teleactris at Teleperformance – Société Tunisienne de Télémarketing Tunis (November 2007 – May 2008)
  • Contractual Assistant at Faculty of Sciences of Gafsa (September 2004 – February 2006)
  • Contractual Researcher at National Agronomic Institute of Tunisia (INRAT) (December 2001 – November 2002, June 2003 – November 2003)

🔬 Research Focus:

Raoudha Abdellaoui’s research primarily focuses on understanding the ecological and physiological responses of plants to environmental stressors, particularly in arid and saline environments. She has contributed significantly to the study of plant germination responses, biomass production, and seed development across various species. Her work sheds light on the intricate mechanisms by which plants adapt to challenging conditions, providing valuable insights into strategies for conservation and sustainable management of natural resources. Through her interdisciplinary approach, Raoudha aims to unravel the complexities of plant-environment interactions, ultimately contributing to the resilience and survival of plant species in harsh ecological niches.

  • Raoudha Abdellaoui has received 432 citations across 340 documents.
  • She has authored or co-authored 47 documents.
  • Her h-index is 14.

The h-index is a measure of both the productivity and impact of a researcher’s publications. It means that there are at least 14 documents that have each been cited at least 14 times.

Publications Top Notes

  1. Title: Modeling germination responses of three Mediterranean stem-succulent halophytes to salinity and temperature
    • Source: Aquatic Botany
    • Date: May 2024
    • DOI: 10.1016/j.aquabot.2024.103757
  2. Title: Comparative Floral and Seed Anatomy of Newly Identified Sarcocornia and Salicornia Species in Tunisia: Insights into Anther Development, Megasporogenesis, and Embryological Characteristics
    • Source: Preprint
    • Date: December 25, 2023
    • DOI: 10.21203/rs.3.rs-3764465/v1
  3. Title: Modeling germination responses of three stem-succulent halophytes of Mediterranean salt marshes to salinity and temperature
    • Source: Preprint
    • Date: April 26, 2023
    • DOI: 10.21203/rs.3.rs-2859687/v1
  4. Title: Minerals, fatty acids, and antioxidant activity in sea knotgrass (Polygonum maritimum L.) seeds
    • Source: Natural Product Research
    • Date: April 18, 2023
    • DOI: 10.1080/14786419.2021.2000411
  5. Title: Effect of Seasonal Environmental Changes on Leaf Anatomical Responses of Limoniastrum guyonianum in Sabkha Biotope
    • Source: Conference paper
    • Date: June 16, 2022
    • DOI: 10.3390/environsciproc2022016012

Raoudha Abdellaoui’s research interests seem to focus on plant biology, ecology, and environmental responses, particularly in arid and saline environments. Her contributions demonstrate a dedication to understanding the complexities of plant life in challenging ecological conditions.

 Windinkonté Seogo | Food Security | Best Researcher Award

Assoc Prof Dr  Windinkonté Seogo: Food Security
Lecturer at  Université Joseph KI ZERBO, Burkina Faso

Windinkonté Seogo is an accomplished Associate Professor in Economics based in Burkina Faso. Born on February 27, 1987, he holds a Ph.D. in Applied Economics from the Université Ouaga II, Burkina Faso, earned in 2018. His doctoral thesis focused on “Property Rights and Agricultural Production in Burkina Faso.” Dr. Seogo’s academic journey includes a Baccalaureate in Mathematics, a Bachelor’s and Master’s in Agricultural and Environmental Economics, and a DEA/Master II in Economics and Agricultural Policies. He has been actively involved in educational activities since December 2018, serving as a Lecturer at the Kaya University Center, Joseph Ki-Zerbo University.

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👨‍🎓 Education:

PhD in Applied Economics, UFR SEG, Université Ouaga II, Burkina Faso, 2018. Master’s in Agricultural and Environmental Economics, UFR SEG, Université de Koudougou, Burkina Faso, 2011. Bachelor’s in Agricultural and Environmental Economics, UFR SEG, Université de Koudougou, Burkina Faso, 2010. DEUG in Economics, UFR SEG, Université de Koudougou, Burkina Faso, 2009. BAC in Mathematics, Lycée provincial du Zondoma, Burkina Faso, 2007

👨‍🏫 Educational Activities:

Associate Professor in Economics at Centre Universitaire de Kaya (CUK), Université Joseph KI-ZERBO, Burkina Faso. Lecturer since December 2018; Assistant Professor since 09/16/2021. Temporary Teaching and Research Attaché (ATER) at Ouaga II University (2015-2018).

🍇 Research Focus:

Dr. Windinkonté Seogo’s research spans diverse aspects of agricultural and rural economics in Burkina Faso. 🌾 His work investigates the impact of youth skills training programs on employment outcomes in low- and middle-income countries, published in Nature Food 🌍. Additionally, he delves into the determinants of technical efficiency in millet production, land tenure system innovations, and the role of non-farm income in preventing household food insecurity. 📈 Dr. Seogo explores the intricate relationships between land ownership, agricultural productivity, and household welfare, contributing valuable insights to sustainable development in rural Burkina Faso. 🏡🌱


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Eric Wetende | Food Security

Mr Eric Wetende: Leading Researcher in Food Security
M&E at  Nairobi City County Government, Kenya

🌱🍲 Eric Wetende is a seasoned Senior Extension Officer with over 29 years of field experience in agriculture. Born on November 1, 1967, in Kenya, he holds a Bachelor’s degree in Range Management (1993) and a Master’s degree in Climate Change Adaptation (2018) from the University of Nairobi. Eric is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Climate Change and Adaptation, focusing on carbon-amended soils for intensive fodder production in smallholder dairy farms in Western Kenya..📘

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🎓 Education:
  • Master of Climate Change Adaptation (MCCA), University of Nairobi, Kenya (2018)
  • Bachelor of Science in Range Management, University of Nairobi, Kenya (1993)
🌱 Career Summary:

Livestock Production Sub-Sector Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, Nairobi City County Government (2015-present). Sub-County Livestock Production Officer, Westlands (2013-2013). District Livestock Production Officer, Rachuonyo District (2009-2013). District Livestock Production Officer, Kuria District (2005-2009). District Animal Production Officer/Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, Siaya District (1997-2005). District Range Management Officer, Mandera District (1994-1997)

📊 Research Experience:

Masters research on challenges and adaptation strategies in Smallholder Dairy Farming Systems. Ongoing Ph.D. research on climate change impacts on micronutrients in pyrogenic carbon amended soils for fodder production

🌱 Research Focus:

Exploring the intricate tapestry of climate change and adaptation in smallholder dairy farming systems, this research delves into the perceptions and strategies within Siaya Sub-County, Western Kenya. 🌍 Shedding light on the challenges faced by these farming communities, the study aims to unravel insights that can fortify resilience and sustainability in the face of climate change variability. 🐄 By understanding the unique dynamics at play, this research endeavors to contribute valuable knowledge for fostering adaptive strategies and safeguarding the livelihoods of smallholder dairy farmers in the region. 🌱🔍


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Sebastian John Adams | Food Security

🌱 Dr Sebastian John Adams: Leading Researcher in Food Security
Post-Doctoral Fellow at  University of Mississippi, United States

🏆Congratulations, Dr Sebastian John Adams, on winning the esteemed Best Researcher Award from ResearchW! Your dedication, innovative research, your dedication and innovative contributions in the field of renewable energy and agriculture are truly inspiring! Your work in advancing solar energy technologies and addressing crucial issues like postharvest losses demonstrates your commitment to positive change. 🌞

🌱 Dr. Sebastian John Adams is a distinguished researcher in the realm of food security, currently serving as a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the University of Mississippi, USA. He recently earned the prestigious Best Researcher Award from ResearchW for his impactful contributions to renewable energy and agriculture. 🌞

Professional Profiles: 📖
Education: 🌱

Ph. D in Botany Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India Dec 2018 Relevant Coursework Botanical, Pharmacognostic and Pharmacological Studies on Crepidium acuminatum- An Ashtavarga plant. M.Sc. in Plant Biology and Plant Biotechnology Madras Christian College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India Apr 2010 Relevant Coursework Algology: Marine Alga Acrochaetium iyengarii B.Sc. in Plant Biology and Plant Biotechnology St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous), Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India Apr 2008


NCNPR, University of Mississippi, University, Mississippi, USA Mar 2019 – Present. Sami-Sabina Groups, Bangalore, Karnataka, India Sep 2015 – Feb 2019. Himalaya Wellness Company, Bangalore, Karnataka, India Aug 2014 – Sep 2015. Institute of Trans, Disciplinary Health Science and Technology, IHST, Bangalore, Karnataka Feb 2011 – Aug 2014

Skills: 🌱

Professional in handling different types of microscopes with respective to the samples and interested parameters.

  • Tissue processors, microtomes and various support equipment for the purpose of tissue processing, specimen sectioning and additional handling.
  • Knowledge in histochemical staining procedures
  • Analysis software like Python, Anova, JMP, R, SAS and electron microscopy fixatives, and epoxy embedding media.
  • Research experiences in Plant Anatomy, Histochemistry, Isolation, Culturing and Extraction of Endophytic Fungus and its chemical constituents. Phytochemical screening and other plant bio molecules extraction.
  • Experiences in working with the imaging software like capturing software like NIKON essentials, ImagePro and CellSens. Confocal Laser Scanning Microscope and LAS X software.

Citations all : 169

Citations Since 2018: 144

h-index all : 8

h-index Since 2018: 7

i10-index :5

Research focus: 🏆

This researcher seems to have a diverse range of interests within the field of pharmacognosy, phytochemistry, and medicinal plants. The majority of their work revolves around the study of traditional medicinal substances, including Ayurvedic drugs like Ativisha and Musta, Tinospora species, and Allium species from the Himalayas. They also delve into the bioconversion of curcumin, herb-drug interactions, and fungal-induced agarwood. Their research covers various aspects such as morpho-anatomical profiling, HPTLC analysis, screening for herb-drug interactions, and histochemical studies. Additionally, they contribute to the understanding of cell development, tissue organization, and the chemistry of anthocyanin-rich berries and fruits.

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