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Hussein Abdel-Haleem

Research Geneticist (Plants)


Plant Physiology & Genetics Research Unit

USDA-ARS, US Arid-Land Agricultural Research Center

 

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Hussein Abdel-Haleem
Research lead and Research Geneticist

US Arid-Land Agricultural Research Center
21881 North Cardon Lane
Maricopa, Arizona, USA 85138
520-316-6355 (Office)
520-316-6330 (FAX)

Hussein.Abdel-Haleem@usda.gov

Education:

B. Sc, Crop Sciences, Alexandria University, Egypt
M.Ag, Applied Biological Sciences, Saga University, Japan
Ph.D, Plant Science/Plant Genetics, Montana State University-Bozeman, USA

Research Interests:

My research program focuses on the improvement of oilseeds and industrial crops, biofuels and natural rubber, using conventional and molecular breeding methodologies, utilizing high-throughput phenotyping and genotyping technologies, and developing genomic technologies to identify genes/alleles controlling abiotic stress resistance and productivity traits in an effort to improve yield under stress conditions, and achieve sustainability.

 

 

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