*Participation of the College of Dentistry in the Geniuses League competition      *The Administrative Body Criterion Team Meets with Directors of the Administrative Units and Heads of Faculty’s Administrative Departments      *Congratulations to Prof. Mamoun Abdel Halim Wajih      *Beginning of entrance exams for postgraduate students      *Launching of the competition for conservative treatment and endodontics
Prof. Dr. Mohammad El-Khaleely Barakat
Contact Information
Phone Number : 084 6356731                          
Fax Number : 084 6334964
E-mail Address : mkb00@fayoum.edu.eg
Office : Faculty of Agriculture - Botany Department .
Postal Address : Fayoum - Fayoum University - Faculty of Agriculture - Botany Department - POBox: 63514.
Academic Qualifications
B.Sc. : Degree in Agriculture (Plant Pathology) - Faculty of Agriculture -Cairo University  -1977.
MS.C. : Degree (Plant Pathology) - Faculty of Agriculture - Cairo University - 1983.
Ph.D. : Degree (Plant Pathology) - Faculty of Agriculture - Cairo University - 1988
Academic Positions
Demonstrator: 1979 - 1983
Assistant lecturer : From 1983 To 1988
Lecturer : From 1988 To 1994
Assistant Professor : From 1994 To 2000 
Professor : From 2000 Up Till Now
History of Employment
Oct.,2011 –Oct., 2014 : Cultural Counselor and Director of the Egyptian Cultural Center in Morocco
Sep, 2006 – Sep, 2010 : Vice-president for Research & Post-Graduate Studies Affairs, Fayoum University.
Nov, 2009 – Mar, 2010 : Acting Vice-President for Education and Student Affairs, General Department of Education Affairs
Jan, 2007 - Nov 2007 : Acting Vice-President for Community Service and Environment Development, Fayoum University.
Dec, 2005 - Sep, 2006 : Vice Dean for Education and Student Affairs, Fayoum University, Faculty of Agriculture.
Sep, 2001 - Dec, 2005 : Head Department of Botany, Fayoum University, Faculty of Agriculture.
Education Enhancement Projects
1-  Quality Assurance and Accreditation Project (QAAP)
2- Faculty and Leadership Development Project (FLDP)
3- Higher Education Enhancement Project Fund (HEEPF)
4- Information and Communication Technology Project (ICTP)
5- Faculty of Education Enhancement Project (FOEP)
6- -University Management Project (Financial/ Personnel Affairs, Administrative Affairs, Inventory, Student Affairs, and Library)
Research Projects
1- Maize Crop Improvement Project in Fayoum (1983 – 1985)
2-National Campaign for Plum Crop Improvement Project in Giza (1988 – 1990)
3- National Campaign for Mango Crop Improvement in Fayoum (1991 – 1993)
4- Nematodes Biocontrol in Collaboration with Faculty of Agriculture at Cairo University (1991 – 1993)
5- Academic Cooperation with North East Wales Institute, UK (1994 – 1995)
6- Experience Exchange with the Mid West University Consortium: Illinois University & Florida University (2007 – Up Till Now) )
Duration of Being Abroad
Postdoctoral scientific scholarship in U.S.A (Peace Fellowship): From 1989 To 1990
Conference on Plant Pathology, Nashville, Tennessee : 1993
North Wales Institute (a grant funded by the British Council) : From 1994 To 1995
Scientific mission on biotechnology (visiting 5 American Universities) : 2006
Visit to Kuwait: Kuwait University & other research centers according to article No. (32) of the executive program signed between Kuwait and Egypt for AY 2007 to 2009.
Visit to Kuwait to participate in the 42nd Session of the Conference on Association of Arab Universities.
Visit to Ningbo University, China to explore cooperation fields of mutual interest and sign the MOU.
Visit to Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to attend the Fourth Saudi Science conference at Taibah University.
Visit to Azerbaijan to attend the conference of “Arabic language, literature and culture in the contemporary period” at Khazar University.
Post Graduate Supervision
7 M.Sc. students & 7 Ph.D. students (1989 – to date)

Barakat, M.I.E.; Moursy, Somia, M.; El-Refaei, M.I. and Abd El-Moaety, T.H.(2016). Biopotential of Trichderma harzianum and T. koninjii against tomato damping off and root rot disease. Egypt. J. of Appl. Sci., 31(9):168-193

Barakat, M.I.E.; Bakeer, A.T. and Mostafa, Wallaa F.(2010). Potential of the integrated cucumber root rot disease control using natural, biological and chemical methods. 4th Saudi Science Conference, Al-Madinah Al-Munawwarah, KSA.

Barakat, M. I. E. (2000). Physical and biological control of broad rot disease. Fayoum J. Agric. Res. & Dev., 14:200-211.

Barakat, M.I.E.; O.Y. Shalaby; M.I. EL-Refaei; M. M. Aly and A.A. Mohamed (1999). Effect of soil solarization on some fungal potato tuber disease under field and storage conditions. Fayoum J. Agric. Res. & Dev. ,13:185-191.

Barakat, M. I. E. ; M. I. EL-Refaei; M. F. Attia and A. T. Bakeer (1998). Integrated disease management of broad bean root-rot. Fayoum J. Agric., Res.&Dev. 12(2): 149-161.

Abdel- Aziz, R; S. M. A. Radwan; M. M. Abdel Kader and Barakat, M. I. E. (1996). Biocontrol of faba bean root rot using va mycorrhizae and its effect on biological nitrogen fixation. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 31:273-286.

Barakat, M. I. E.; A. M. A. Ashour and Abdel Kader (1996). Effect of mixing benomy and tolclofos-methy on fusarium solani and rhizoctonia solani. Fayoum J. Agric. , Res. & Dev. 10: 218- 230 .

Morsy , A. A.; A. M. A. Ashour ; Barakat, M. I. E. and M. M. Abdel Kader (1995). Effect of soil solarization on lupin wilt and fusarium spp population. Egypt. J.Phytopalhol. 23:9-18.

Ali, H.H. and Barakat, M. I. E. (1994). Utilization of trichoderma harzianum as a biocontrol agent against root knot rematodes meloidogyne incognita. Egypt. J. Biol. Pest Control 4:67-77.

EL–Sherief , M.; A. H. H. Ali and Barakat, M. I. E. (1994). Suppressive bacteria associated with plant parasitic nematodes in egyptian agriculture. Japanese J. of Nematology .20:55-59 .

Barakat , M. I. E. ; M. I. Abdel- Kader (1993). Chemical, biological and physical control of root rot disease of sesame plants. African Journal of Agricultural Sciences (in press).

Barakat , M. I. E.; M.I. EL-Rafaei; M. F. Attia and A. T. Bakeer (1993). Effect of soil types and n-fertilizer levels on root rot disease of faba bean (vicia faba L.) . Fayoum j. Agric ., Res. & Des. 7: 148-159.

Abd-Aalla, M. S; M.W. Habib and Barakat, M.I.E. (1992). Effect of certain pesticides on the growth and cellulytic activities of some soil fungi. Zagazig j. agric. Res. 19:159-172.

Badawey, A. and Barakat, M. I. E. (1992). Influence of substrate (corn, wheat and rice) on zearalenone production. Egypt . j. Food SCI., 20: 423-426.

Barakat , M. I. E.; M. S. Abd-Alla and M. W. Haabib (1992). Influence of certain fungicides and herbicides on growth and aflatoxin production of aspergillus flavus. Zagazig j. agric. Res .19:151-158.

Ali, H. H. And Barakat, M. I. E. (1991). Biocontrol and interaction between soil borne fungi and root knot nematode associated with cantaloupe plants. Bull. Farc. Of Agric., Univ. of Cairo, 42: 279-292 b.

Attia M. F.; M. I. EL-Refaei and Barakat, M. I. E. (1991). Effect of sowing dates, methods and depth of planting on faba bean root rot disease, 4th nat. Conf. of pests & dis. Of veg. & fruits in Egypt. 804-830.

Barakat, M. I. E.; M. F. Attia M.I. EL-Refaei (1991). Faba bean root rot disease and its control in Fayoum governorate. 4th nat. Conf of pests & dis. OF veg. & fruits in Egypt. 779-803.

Barakat, M. I. E. (1990). Toxigenic fusarium species isolated from soybean seeds. Minufiya. J. Agric. Res. 15: 1415-1328.

Zaher , Effat A.; F. M. Barakat; A. R. Osman and Barakat, M.I.E (1986). Effect of fungicides on ulocladium botrytis preuss and epiphytic microflora of tomato Egypt. J. Phytopathol . 18: 1-10.

Zaher , Effat A.; F. M. Barakat; A. R. Osman and Barakat, M. I. E. (1985). Antagonism between phyllosphere bacteria and actinomycetes and ulocladium botrytis preuss., Causing tomato leaf spot in Egypt. Egypt. J. Phytopathol . 17: 15-22.

Zaher , Effat A.; F.M. Barakat ; A. R. Osman and Barakat, M. I. E. (1985) .Role of phyllosphere fungi in antagonism against ulocladium botrytis preuss., Causing tomato leaf spot in Egypt. Egypt. J. Phytopathol . 17: 1-13.

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