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Independent experts nominated by country party

Ahmed Ahmed Morsy

First name
Last name
Ahmed Morsy
Nominating Country
Date of Nomination
Other Disciplines
Natural Resource Management
UN languages spoken



Job function
Head of Plant Ecology & Ranges
Ecology and Ranges
Telephone number
202 2435519/2435449
Work experience
1. Forage production from salt-affected soils._x000D_
2. Ecological studies in biological diversity._x000D_
3. Adjustment of holophytes to their environment._x000D_
4. Saline and drought stresses.
Highest Academic achievement and qualification
B. Sc., Botany-chemistry, Assiut University, 1964_x000D_
M. Sc., Ecophysiology, Cairo University, 1970_x000D_
Ph.D., Plant Adaptations, Alexandria Univesity, 1975
Number of Publications
Publication titles
1. Girgis, W.A., A.M. Ahmed, A.A. Shalaby and H.T. Kishk (1997) Studies on Halophytes, I. Preliminary study on the adjustment of halophytes to their environment. Research Gull. 1003, Faculty of Agriculture, Ain Shams University_x000D_
2. Ahmed, A.M., and W.A.Girgis (1979) Adaptive responses of plans of different ecological groups from Wadi Gharandal, Sinai, Egypt. Desert Institute Bull. A.R.E. 29:487-512_x000D_
3. Ahmed M.A. (1983). On the ecology and phytosociology of El Qaa Plain, South Sinai, Egypt Desert Institute_x000D_
Bull. A.R.E. 33:281-314 El-lakkany, M.N. Hassan, A.M. Ahmed and M. Mounir (1984). Salt affected soils and marshes in Egypt/their possible use for forage and fuel production RED (Research for Development) Seminar, Western Australian Department of Agriculture, November 2, 1984._x000D_
4. Girgis W.A. and A.M. Ahmed (1985), an ecological study of Wadies of South -West Siinai, Egypt. Desert Inst. Bull. A.R.E. 37:1-47.
Organisation name
Desert Research Center
Organisation street address
Box 11753
Organisation city
Organisation country