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Gehan Abdelghany is a PhD student in the field of agronomy in the College of Engineering, IT, and Environment at CDU. She has awarded a Research Training Program (RTP) PhD Scholarship, commencing her PhD on 31 March 2020 and expected end day will be on 29 September 2024. She was Assistant Lecturer, Botany Department, Faculty of Science, Tanta University, Egypt. She has a Bachelor of Botany (Egypt), and a Master of Plant Ecology (Egypt). She was involved in teaching-related activities for undergraduate students. Her Masters investigated nutrient cycling and phytoremediation efficiency of a wild giant shrub Pluchea dioscoridis in the Nile Delta, Egypt. Her major research interests are plant population ecology, phytoremediation, plant responses to stresses, and agronomy.
She has two published reviewed research articles:
Eltaher G.T. et al. (2019). Biomass estimation and heavy metal accumulation by Pluchea dioscoridis (L.) DC. in the Middle Nile Delta, (Egypt): Perspectives for phytoremediation. South African Journal of Botany, 127, 153-166. Ahmed D., El-Beheiry M., Sharaf El-Din A., and Eltaher G.T (2018). Factors affecting the distribution of Pluchea dioscoridis (L.) DC. and its associated species in Gharbia Governorate, Nile Delta, Egypt. Taeckholmia, 38, 1-16.
Gehan Abdelghany has Tanta University Awards for International Scientific Publication (2020); Academic Distinction (2014); Fellowship (2013).
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