كتابة النص: الأستاذ الدكتور يوسف أبو العدوس - جامعة جرش قراءة النص: الدكتور أحمد أبو دلو - جامعة اليرموك مونتاج وإخراج : الدكتور محمد أبوشقير، حمزة الناطور، علي ميّاس تصوير : الأستاذ أحمد الصمادي الإشراف العام: الأستاذ الدكتور يوسف أبو العدوس
فيديو بمناسبة الإسراء والمعراج - إحتفال كلية الشريعة بجامعة جرش 2019 - 1440
فيديو بمناسبة ذكرى المولد النبوي الشريف- مونتاج وإخراج الدكتور محمد أبوشقير- كلية تكنولوجيا المعلومات
التميز في مجالات التعليم والبحث العلمي، وخدمة المجتمع، والارتقاء لمصاف الجامعات المرموقة
محليا واقليميا وعالميا.
المساهمة في بناء مجتمع المعرفة وتطوره من خلال إيجاد بيئة جامعية، وشراكة مجتمعية محفزة للابداع،
وحرية الفكر والتعبير، ومواكبة التطورات التقنية في مجال التعليم، ومن ثم رفد المجتمع بما يحتاجه من
موارد بشرية مؤهلة وملائمة لاحتياجات سوق العمل.
تلتزم الجامعة بترسيخ القيم الجوهرية التالية:
الإلتزام الإجتماعي والأخلاقي، الإنتماء،العدالة والمساواة، الإبداع، الجودة والتميّز، الشفافية والمحاسبة، الحرية المنظبطة والمستقبلية.
Name: Mashhour Mohammad Hussein Alkhawaldeh
Al Qwesmeh - Amman - Jordan
Date of Birth: 14/7/1971
Place of Birth: Amman. Nationality: Jordanian.
Marital Status: Married, 4 children.
Link on the Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mashhour_Alkhawaldeh
Link on the Google Scholar:
Link on the National Data Base for researchers: (user no.:90107) http://resn.hcst.gov.jo/ScientificQualifications.aspx
Good Command of 1. Arabic 2. English.
Specialization: Plant Protection
PhD Date Earned: July 2020
Major: Plant protection, The University of Jordan.
Thesis Title: Effect of Endophytic Fungal Isolates on Wheat Aphid Rhopalosiphum Padi (L.) (Hemiptera: Aphididae) Under Favorable and Unfavorable Conditions
Average: 3.7 Excellent
M.Sc. Date Earned: 15/9/1996
Major: Plant protection/ Entomology/Insect Taxonomy. The University of Jordan
Thesis title: Some of the Psylloidea (Homoptera) of Jordan
B.Sc. Date Earned: 13/7/1993
University of Bagdad. Specialization: Agriculture (Plant protection)
Average: 84.83 The rank: first of Plant Protection Department, Second of The School of Agriculture
General Secondary education. Date Earned: 1989
Major: Scientific stream. Jordan
Teaching assistant (2016-2020); (5 semesters) The University of Jordan
Researcher (2017-2020): University of Jordan, Doctorate research, Fields survey, Entomology laboratory and Insectary, Mycology laboratory (including DNA extraction and PCR) and Organic chemistry laboratory (fungi active chemical metabolites extraction).
IPM private consultant and Farmer (plastic houses and open field vegetables:) 1999-2015: including diagnosis of insects and diseases, date palm insect’s private researcher and other experiments for privet sectors with cooperation with university of Jordan and private work (three scientific published papers)
Integrated pest management expert (IPM) (1996-2001): promotion of sustainable plant protection systems project- Deutsche
The activities during the past years included the following
Monitoring insects in a biodiversity of fauna of Jordan research in Jordan valley conducted by the project
Develop and implement IPM technologies for jordainain small holder farmers, including women farmers in open air vegetable fields.
Develop and implement IPM technologies for jordainain small holder farmers, including women farmers in greenhouse vegetable fields.
Solicit cooperation with number of small-scale farmers including women farmers (including illiterate farmers) in Jordan valley to assist them in adapting known, as well as experimental IPM technologies to suit their conditions and capabilities.
Coordinate with the IPM & Gender section of the project in Dair Alla area/ Jordan valley
Contribution to seminars, workshops, field days, written articles related to the project
Develop and implement alternatives of ozone depleting substances used in agriculture (methyl bromide) by using soil solarization technology and other biological method, including seminars, workshops, field days, written articles related to the project and spread the experience in Jordan and surrounding countries
Researcher: Master research -The University of Jordan Insects Museum from 1994 till 1996. The activities during the past years included the following:
Weekly field trips for collecting psyllid insects and psyllid predators and parasites form many localities in Jordan for the purpose of research.
Sorting, identifying and preservation the collected insect specimens.
Rearing insects Presenting short lectures for the museum visitors and answering their questions.
Training of agricultural engineers and lab technicians for the collecting, pinning and preservation of insects.
Pesticides residue, registration and toxicity, ministry of agriculture analytical labs, Baqah, Jordan (3 months, 1992)
Survey, collecting and Identification of many insect pests in Jordan and surrounding countries to the specific level.
Insect Digital and traditional Photography and scientific and technical drawing.
Use of computer programs related to insect taxonomy and computer keys for identification of insects.
Museum curatorial skills.
Gas chromatography analyst as a method of testing residues and formation of pesticides.
Survey and molecular identification of fungi
Biological and ecological studies.
Gesellschaf fur Technishe Zusammenarbiet (GTZ) GmbH from 1996 till 2001
Biological studies were conducted under laboratory conditions (20, 25 and 30 C? � 1.65 � 5 % RH) for both sexes of greater date moth. Very dry fruits were the suitable media for rearing the moth larvae. The mean numbers of eggs laid by fertile female was 2.2, 274.9 and 287.4 eggs/female, respectively. It was significantly lower at 20 C?. The mean numbers of eggs laid by unfertile female was 0, 152 and 158.5 eggs, respectively. It was significantly lower at 20 C?. Mean duration for egg development (and hatching percent) were 7.25 (5.33%), 5.8 (86.7 %) and 4.7 days (68.8%), respectively. The majority of eggs were laid at 5th and 6th day, 7th and 8th day and at 3rd and 4th day after female appearance, respectively. Mean duration for larvae-pupae development was 59, 36 and 31 days, respectively. Significant differences were detected between each of the three means. Mean duration for adult survival was 10.7, 7.25 and 4.4 days, respectively. None significant differences were detected between males, fertile and unfertile females at 20 C? and between males and females (fertile and unfertile females) at 25 C? and 30 C?. Significant differences were detected between females and unfertile females at 25 C? and 30 C?. In the three temperature degrees, the mean survival period of unfertile females was the highest, followed by that of males then of the fertile females.
Field trips were carried out weekly in the Jordan Valley, once per two months in Aqaba from April 1999 to August 2000, and one visit every 1-3 months to different parts of Jordan from 2001 to 2014 to collect date palm insect pests. Keys for the species of date palm arthropods are presented for their materials examined. Classification was conducted for order, family, genus and then species. Keys for arthropods attacking date palm in Jordan were for homopterous, lepidopterous, coleopterous and mites’ pests were constructed. Some of the specimens were permanently preserved in 70% alcohol. Other specimens were dried and pinned or mounted on microscopic slides when needed, especially for mite materials.
Field trips were conducted at two date palm farms in Jordan Valley from April, 1999 to December, 2000. In addition, random observations for field pest status from 2001 to 2014 were carried out, in order to show economic and pest status, and the population trends of the great date moth. Diagnostic characters for the great date moth were provided. Pest status for the great date moth was mentioned with injury descriptions. The great date moth was found to be from the five main insect pests attacking the date palm fruits. Population trends studies on the great date moth in Ghor Kabid and Baquarah Farms, in Jordan Valley, from April, 1999 and August, 2000, were reported. The study showed that there were two generations per year for the great date moth in each of the two farms. The highest peaks of alive larvae showed up for the first generation, which were during April, 1999 and April-May, 2000 in Ghor Kabid Farm and were at late May-early June, 1999 and in 2000 in Baquareh Farm. The highest adult peak occurred in mid-March, 1999 and 2000 in both date farms.
Field visits were carried out in two date palm farms in the Jordan valley from April, 1999 to December, 2000. Additionally, random observations were done from 2001 to 2014 to assess economic and pest status, as well as changes in the population of the grey date scale Parlatoria blanchardi (Targioni Tozetti, 1892) (Homoptera: Diaspididae). Diagnostic characters for the grey date scale were provided. Pest status for this scale was mentioned with injury description. The grey date scale was found to be from five main insect pests attacking the date palm tree. Population trend studies on the grey date scale in Ghor Kabid and Baquarah farm in Jordan Valley between April, 1999 and December, 2000 were reported. The study showed that there were five close overlapped generations per year in the first farm and four overlapped generations in the 2nd farm. The highest peak of alive crawlers (first nymphal instar) was in mid May, 1999 and in late April, 2000 in the first farm. For alive 2nd nymphal stage and females, the highest peaks occurred in late June, 1999 and in late April and late June, 2000. In Baquarah (the 2nd farm), the highest peak of alive crawlers occurred in mid May, 1999 and in late April, 2000. For alive 2nd nymphal stage and females, the highest peak occurred in early June, 1999 and in late May, 2000
The identification of wheat endophytes that are present in locally grown wheat is a necessary step in developing the potential of endophytes in order to enhance wheat production in Jordan. The main objectives of current research were to (i) isolate and identify cultivable fungal wheat endophytes from healthy wheat plants grown in different regions in Jordan and to (ii) verify the endophytic characteristics through conducting invitro test on seeds and testing the germination success of seeds with and without endophyte. Wheat plants were collected from different wheat growing regions in northern, middle and southern Jordan. Fungal endophytes were isolated from wheat roots and aerial organs, including leaves, stems, and spikes using the cultivable dependent approach. A total of 83 representatives of the most dominant cultivable endophytes were sequenced using the ITS4/5 gene region. All the identified isolates were belonging to phylum Ascomyctoa, sub-phylum Pezizomycotina. In Pezizomycotina, five classes, seven orders, and 12 families were recognized. Sordariomycetes accounted for the highest frequency followed by Dothidiomycetes. Fungi were most abundant in roots as compared to the other plant parts from which they were isolated. A total of 22 genera and 44 species were identified from different wheat plant parts. Chaetomium sp. was the most recovered fungus followed by Fusarium sp. and Alternaria sp. Different genera were identified from the same organ and some were identified from all plant parts. Some of the isolated fungi had been reported in previous studies as pathogenic to wheat such but according to the pathogenicity in vitro experiment, all the tested isolates except one isolate were nonpathogenic and were not significantly different in all the parameters from the control. Seven genera and two unknown fungal species are new reports as fungal endophytes in wheat. The distribution of the different fungal endophytes among the different governates showed diversity and richness for some genera and in certain locations. For example Chaetomium was found in all governates suggesting the adaptability of this fungus to wheat regardless of the location. Future work is in progress to study the effect of these endophytes on wheat agronomic traits, as biological control agents against wheat major diseases, and as aphid repellents.
Field trips were conducted in two date palm farms in Jordan Valley from April, 1999 to December, 2000 and random samples and observations for field status for date palm pests in different regions in Jordan from 2001 to 2014 to show the economic importance for fourteen insect pests. These pests namely are green scale Asterolecanium phoenicis Ramachanda Rao, gray date scale Parlatoria blanchardi (Targioni Tozzetti), red scale Phoenicococcus marlatti Cockerell, Old World date bug Ommatissus binotatus lybicus de Bergevin, date thrips Adiheteothrips jambudvipae Ramok, great date moth Arenipses sabella (Hampson), lesser date moth Batrachedra amydraula Meyrick, ephestia moth Ephestia spp, red palm weevil Rhynchophorus ferrugineus Olivier, dried fruits beetle Carpophilus hemipterus (L.), pineapple beetle Urophorus humeralis Fabricius, rhinoceros borer beetle Oryctes rhinoceros (L.), Oriental wasp Vespa orientalis Fabricius and vinegar fly Drosophila melanogaster (Meigen).
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