faculty of agriculture

Prof.Dr. Wael Morad Mohammad Semida

Contact Information
Phone number:084 6356731                         
Fax number: 084 6334964
E-mail Address: wms00@fayoum.edu.eg
Office: Faculty of Agriculture - Horticulture Department
Postal Address: Fayoum - Fayoum University - Faculty of Agriculture - Horticulture Department - POBox: 63514
Academic Qualifications
B. Sc.: Agricultural Sciences " Orchards " - Cairo University - 2000
M. Sc.: Master of Science in Horticultural Genetics and Biotechnology, Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (M.A.I.Ch.), Greece - 2003
Academic Positions
Demonstrator : From 2001 to 2004
Assistant Lecturer : From 2004 to 2011
Lecturer : From 2011 to 2016
Assistant Professor: From 2016 To 2021
Professor: From 2021 Until Now
Research Interests
Post-harvest Physiology and Technology.
Vegetable production, under greenhouses and open field.
Plant Tissue Culture
Trainings & Scientific Activities
Faculty Development Training Program Organized by AERI Institutional Linkage Project - MUCIA at University of Minnesota, USA, April 8th to May 6 th 2006. Program Activities included workshops organized by the Center for Teaching and Learning Services at University of Minnesota on the following subjects:
Using active learning and modern teaching methods in classrooms.
Using technology in the classrooms.
Using case studies in the teaching process.
How to develop case studies for classroom use.
Work as a Trainer of Agricultural Technical Schools' Teachers on Teaching Methods and Curricula Development. Organization: AERI Institutional Linkage Project - MUCIA in coordination with Ministry of Education – Department of Agricultural Technical Education
List Of Publication
A Novel Organo-Mineral Fertilizer Can Alleviate Negative Effects of Salinity Stress for Eggplant Production on Reclaimed Saline Calcareous Soil
Assessing the Impacts of Some Sustainable Agricultural Practices for Yield Improvement on Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.)
Hydrogen Peroxide Alleviates Salt-Stress in Two Onion (Allium cepa L.) Cultivars.
Presoaking application of propolis and maize grain extracts alleviates salinity stress in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)
Processed Chili Peppers for Export Markets: A Capital Budgeting Study on the AgroFood Company
Pre-soaking in 24-epibrassinolide or salicylic acid improves seed germination, seedling growth, and anti-oxidant capacity in Phaseolus vulgaris L. grown under NaCl stress
Alleviation of cadmium toxicity in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) plants by the exogenous application of salicylic acid
Influence Of Potassium Humate And Ascorbic Acid On Growth, Yield And Chemical Composition Of Common Bean (Phaseolus Vulgaris L.) Grown Under Reclaimed Soil Conditions
Effect of mulching on plant water status, soil salinity and yield ofsquash under summer-fall deficit irrigation in salt affected soil
RESPONSE OF Solanum Melongena L. SEEDLINGS GROWN UNDER SALINE Calcareous Soil Conditions To A New Organo-Mineral Fertilizer
Organo mineral fertilizer can mitigate water stress for cucumberproduction (Cucumis sativus L.)
Foliar-applied ?-tocopherol enhances salt-tolerance in Vicia faba L. plants grown under saline conditions
Presoaking application of propolis and maize grain extracts alleviatessalinity stress in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)
Effect of deficit irrigation and growing seasons on plant water status,fruit yield and water use efficiency of squash under saline soil
Combined effect of foliar-applied salicylic acid and deficit irrigation on physiological–anatomical responses, and yield of squash plants under saline soil
The Influence of Thermic Plastic Films on Vegetative and Reproductive Growth of Iceberg Lettuce ‘Dublin’.
Foliar-applied ?-tocopherol enhances salt-tolerance in onion plants by improving antioxidant defence system.
Research for promotion to professor
Moringa leaf extracts biostimulants improves water use efficiency, physio-biochemical attributes of squash plants under deficit irrigation .
Up-regulation of antioxidative defense systems by glycine betaine foliar application in onion plants confer tolerance to salinity stress .
Effect of summer-fall deficit irrigation on morpho-physiological, anatomical responses, fruit yield and water use efficiency of cucumber under salt affected soil .
Exogenously applied proline enhances growth and productivity of drought stressed onion by improving photosynthetic efficiency, water use efficiency and up-regulating smoprotectants .
Effects of integrated use of residual sulfur-enhanced biochar with effective microorganisms on soil properties, plant growth and short-term productivity of Capsicum annuum under salt stress.
Selenium application in two methods promotes drought tolerance in Solanum lycopersicum plants by inducing the antioxidant defense system.
Fennel and ammi seed extracts modulate antioxidant defence system and alleviate salinity stress in cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) .
Application of biostimulants promotes growth and productivity by fortifying the antioxidant machinery and suppressing oxidative stress in faba bean under various abiotic stresses .