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Gehan Abdelghany is a PhD research candidate (full-time study load) in the field of agronomy, Faculty of Science and Technology, Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Australia. She has awarded a Research Training Program (RTP) PhD Scholarship, commencing her PhD on 31 March 2020, and ending on 31st March 2024. Her PhD research project is focused on developing agronomic protocols to cultivate Australian native rice to support commercilisation of these valuable species. Mrs Abdelghany hold a position as Assistant Lecturer, Botany Department, Faculty of Science, Tanta University, Tanta, Egypt. She holds a Bachelor of Botany (Egypt) and a Master of Plant Ecology (Egypt).
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Commercial cultivation of Australian wild Oryza spp. A review and conceptual framework for future research needsAbdelghany, G., Wurm, P., Hoang, L. T. M. & Bellairs, S. M., Jan 2022, In: Agronomy. 12, 1, p. 1-21 21 p., 42.
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