Benner
   
Akram Ali Al-Khazali ( Assistant Professor )
Faculty of Agriculture -
[email protected]
07821588926
 
 
 
Personal Information***** Name: Akram Ali Mohammed***** *****Address: Plant Protection Department Faculty of Agriculture University of Kufa Najaf, Iraq******* Date of Birth: 27/07/1982**** Civil Status: Married with 3 children***** E-mail: [email protected]**** Mobile: 009647821588926**** Position: Assistant Professor**** ********************************************************************************* Education******* 1)November 2016: PhD in Biological Sciences, School of Biological Sciences, University of Reading, UK ******************************************************************************** 2)September 2011: M.Sc in Plant Protection, Natural Resources Institute, Faculty of Sciences, University of Greenwich, UK ******************************************************************************** 3)July 2004: B.Sc in Plant Protection, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Kufa, Iraq ******************************************************************************* Research area • Integrated Pest Management of Insect Pests. • 1- Biocontrol of Insect Pests. • 2- Insect Ecology. • 3- Insect Conservation. • 4- Triparties insect-fungus-plant interactions. ******************************************************************************* Teaching • Integrated Pest Management Course, Year 4. • Economic Insect Pests Course, Year 4. • Biological Control Course, Year 4. ********************************************************************************** Memberships: • 1- Editorial member, Kufa Journal for Agricultural Sciences. • 2- Member of Association Applied Biologists. ********************************************************************************** Publications: 2017 • Mohammed, A.A., and Hatcher, P. E. (2017) Combining entomopathogenic fungi and parasitoids to control the green peach aphid Myzuspersicae. Biological Control, 110, pp. 44-55. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 • Mohammed, A.A., and Hatcher, P. E. (2016) Effect of temperature, relative humidity andaphid developmental stage on the efficacy of the mycoinsecticide Mycotal® against Myzuspersicae. Biocontrol Science and Technology, 26(10), pp. 1379-1400. ********************************************************************************* Conference papers: • Mohammmed, A. A., and Hatcher, P. E. Laboratory evaluation of the effect of temperature, relative humidity and developmental stage on the efficacy of the entomopathogenic fungus Lecanicilliummuscarium for control of Myzuspersicae. Advances in IPM 2014, 19th-20th November 2014,Grantham, Lincolnshire, UK. • Mohammmed, A. A., andHatcher, P. E. Effect of entomopathogenic fungus Lecanicilliummuscarium on the reproductive potential of the green peach aphid Myzuspersicaeand its progeny. Agrisciences Young Researchers 2015: Crop Production, Protection and Utilisation Event, 8th July 2015, Syngenta, Jealott’s Hill International Research Centre, Bracknell, UK. • Mohammmed, A. A., and Hatcher, P. E. Effect of entomopathogenic fungus Lecanicilliummuscarium on the reproductive potential of the green peach aphid Myzuspersicaeand its progeny. International Conference on Chemical, Agricultural and Biological Sciences, 4th-5th September 2015. Istanbul, Turkey. • Mohammmed, A. A., and Hatcher, P. E. Host plant affects the interaction between Lecanicilliummuscarium and Aphidiuscolemani to control Myzuspersicae under controlled condition. IPM: the 10 Years Plan Conference, 18th-19th November 2015,Grantham, Lincolnshire, UK. ************************************************************************** Languages: • Arabic: First language. • English: Excellent level of writing, reading, listening and specking.