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As part of the cultural season of the Environmental Research Center

Assist. Prof. Dr. Sedik Ahmed Kasim (lecturer in the Department of Sustainable Development-ERC) presented a lecture on Tuesday, 28/1/2020 at 12:00 entitled “Alternatives and Environmental Significance”. The lecturer stated that the appearance of the European Renaissance in the eighteenth century led to the generation of an industrial revolution, which reflected positively on the various sides of life (economic, social, etc.). At the same time, it reflected negatively on the environment side in terms of the emergence of environmental pollution as a global phenomenon, which directly affected the essential requirements of life in water, air and food, as well as changing the environmental balance and consequently a great damage in the agricultural area in conjunction with a real problem in terms of the defect in providing the necessary need for food products occurred. Therefore, it was necessary to search for alternatives to avoid this problem and moving toward the chemical industry in terms of the use of chemical fertilizers. The excessive use of them led to the deterioration of nutritional value of agricultural crops and the direct impact on the environmental balance of natural elements.

The technical progress has contributed to development of the concept "protected agriculture", which means the provision of agricultural crops throughout the year. Apparently, this concept indicates that there are positive benefits from its use, but there is a concern about the possibility of a direct relationship in terms of the effect between this concept and climate changes. The use of protected agriculture and greenhouses may effectively limit the process of absorbing the significant amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere by plants under the photosynthesis process.

The lecturer recommended that searching for the environmentally friendly alternatives should be carried out by encouraging scientific research and using modern technologies in this field such as renewable energies and adopting modern irrigation methods.

 

 

 

 

 

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As part of the cultural season of the Environmental Research Center

Assist. Prof. Dr. Saadi M. D. Al-Nuzal (lecturer in the Department of Environmental Pollution-ERC) presented a lecture on Tuesday, 21/1/2020 at 12:00 entitled “Scientific Promotions at UOT in Accordance with the Instructions for Promotions No. 167 of 2017”. The lecturer clarified the technical details relating to these instructions, which are an essential prerequisite for obtaining the scientific promotion for the university academic staff in terms of their relationship in two significant sides. The first side relates to scientific outputs in terms of publishing research in well-qualified international journals, authoring scientific books, submitting patents, and effectively participating in scientific conferences. While for the second side, which is organizational for these scientific outputs, according to Tables No. 1 and 2.

The lecturer recommended that the need to deal with these instructions seriously by university academic staff who are holding various scientific titles and prepare the required materials for scientific promotion early to ensure their applications for promotion are properly processed. Getting the scientific promotions according to these instructions will play a vital role in progressing the Iraqi universities within the international rankings.

 

 

 

 

 

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Tuesday, 28 January 2020 09:57

Dr. Mohammed Muayad Taha Abed

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Dr. Mohammed MTA has been a teaching staff of the Ministry of higher Education and Scientific Research since 2006, and he currently works at the Environmental Research Center, University of Technology-Iraq, since 2019. His B.Sc degree in agriculture sciences/ Animal Production (First attempt), University of Anbar, Iraq 2001, M.Sc. degree in Agriculture sciences/ Animal Production (Animal reproduction), University of Anbar, Iraq 2003, and PhD of philosophy/ Biology (Animal physiology), Sultan Idris Education University, Malaysia 2017.

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- PhD of philosophy/ Biology (Animal physiology), University Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia 2017. Title of thesis: Factors influencing the productive performance in selected goat breeding systems in Malaysia.

- M.Sc. degree in Agriculture sciences/ Animal Production (Animal reproduction), University of Anbar, Iraq 2003. Title of thesis: In Vetro fertilization in sheep with certain factors affecting the technique.

- B.Sc degree in agriculture sciences/ Animal Production (First attempt), University of Anbar, Iraq 2001.

Animal Reproduction, Animal Sciences, Animal Physiology, Environment, Biology

Effect of oocyte harvesting techniques on recovery and on in vitro maturation in Iraqi sheep
Majeed, A.F., Al-Jumaily, M.M. & Nada, S.M.
2008 Al-Anbar J. Vet. Sci., 1(1)34-37.

Effect of follicle size on oocyte recovery and maturation in vitro in Iraqi sheep.
Majeed, A.F., Al-Jumaily, M.M. & Nada, S.M.
2008 Anbar J. of Vet.Sci.,1(1):38-41.

Animal Environment

Animal Health

Animal Reproduction

Animal Diseases

English Grammar of Agriculture Sciences

Zoology Sciences

Chemistry of Analytical

Animal Physiology

Principles of Animal Production

A certificate of appreciation from the Minister of Agriculture 2009.

A certificate of appreciation from the Chancellor of University of Anbar 2011.

Thanks from Dean of the college of Agriculture, University of Anbar 2011 (A).

Thanks from Dean of the college of Agriculture, University of Anbar 2011 (B).

Congratulation from the Chancellor of University of Anbar 2017.

Thanks from the Chancellor of University of Anbar 2018.

A certificate of appreciation from the Chancellor of University of Anbar 2018.

A certificate of appreciation from the Assistant to the Chancellor of University for Scientific Affairs, University of Anbar 2018.

Thanks from Dean of Biomedical Engineering, University of Technology- Iraq 2019.

The Golden Medal of Scientific Innovation, German Board for Consulting and Training 2019.

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As part of the cultural season of the Environmental Research Center

Assist. Prof. Dr. Saadi M. D. Al-Nuzal (lecturer in the Department of Environmental Pollution-ERC) presented a lecture on Tuesday, 21/1/2020 at 12:00 entitled “Scientific Promotions at UOT in Accordance with the Instructions for Promotions No. 167 of 2017”. The lecturer clarified the technical details relating to these instructions, which are an essential prerequisite for obtaining the scientific promotion for the university academic staff in terms of their relationship in two significant sides. The first side relates to scientific outputs in terms of publishing research in well-qualified international journals, authoring scientific books, submitting patents, and effectively participating in scientific conferences. While for the second side, which is organizational for these scientific outputs, according to Tables No. 1 and 2.

The lecturer recommended that the need to deal with these instructions seriously by university academic staff who are holding various scientific titles and prepare the required materials for scientific promotion early to ensure their applications for promotion are properly processed. Getting the scientific promotions according to these instructions will play a vital role in progressing the Iraqi universities within the international rankings.

 

 

 

 

 

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As part of the cultural season of the Environmental Research Center

Mrs. Afaf AL-Rahman Ayoub-lecturer in the Department of Environmental Technology-ERC presented a lecture on Tuesday, 14/1/2020 at 12:00 entitled “Keto Diet-Its Benefits and Harms”. The lecturer stated that the keto diet is a diet system with low in carbohydrates, medium in protein and high in fat in which the body are being generally changed to a fat burning machine. The name of this system is derived from the ketone molecules that are stored in the liver as an alternative energy source when there is no primary energy source, glucose and insulin. This diet consists of three stages:

  1. The no-carbohydrate stage where the amount of carbohydrates does not exceed 20 g.
  2. Moderate carbohydrate stage where the amount of carbohydrates is between 20-50 g.
  3. The phase of carbohydrates released where the amount of carbohydrates is between 50-100 g/day.

Despite the recent spread of this system in our society where many studies have shown the benefit of this type of diet to lose weight effectively without feeling hungry, there are many health warnings due to its use as it is not recommended to follow it without consulting a doctor. Symptoms of the keto-floating disease include feelings of low body energy, sleep disturbances, impaired cognitive function, digestive disorders and an inability to exercise.

 

 

 

 

 

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