Amro Ahmed Taha

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InstitutionBeekeeping Research Department, Plant Protection Research Institute, Agriculture Research Center
 
Postal address7 Nadi El-Seid St.
Giza
Dokki
35733
Egypt
 
Office phone002 02333
Mobile phone002 01090092341
E-mailamrotaha219@gmail.com
 
Job /  professional statusResearcher,Professor/Lecturer
 
Preferred COLOSS theme(s)   Pests & Pathogens,Environment,Diversity & Conservation
COLOSS Taskforce(s)   Varroa control,CSI Pollen
 
Research interestsPests
 Pathogens
 Environment
 Races Studies
 Products
 
Publications1. Fathy, H. M.; Abd El-Kareem, A.I.; Awadalla, S. S. and Taha, A. A. (2001). Effect of some volatile oils on worker brood rearing and honey production in honey bee colonies. 1ST Conference of the "Safe Alternatives of Pesticides for Pest Management". 28-29th Oct., Plant Protection Dept., Faculty of Agriculture, Assiut University.

2. Fathy, H. M.; Abd El-Kareem, A.I.; Awadalla, S. S. and Taha, A. A. (2003). Effect of some volatile oils on worker brood rearing and honey production in honey bee colonies. 8 ST Arabic conference of Plant Protection Science; 12-16th Oct. Omar Al-Mokhtar Univ., Al-Baydaa, Libya, under the patronage of Al-Kazzafi Universal Establishment for Philanthropic Assemblies.

3. Taha, A. A.; Fathy, H. M. ; Awadalla, S. S. and Abou- Lila, S. (2009). Comparative Study between Carniolan and Italian Races in Pollen Grains Collection. 6th International Conference of Arab Apicultural Union, 17-19th Mar., Abha, KSA.

4. Taha, A. A.; Fathy, H. M.; Awadalla, S. S. and Abou- Lila, S. (2009). Comparative Study between Carniolan, Italian Races and first Italian hybrid according to propolis gathering activity. Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Mansoura University, 4(8):9097-9106.

5. Taha, A.A. and Asmaa A. Eissa (2011). Chemical and Physical Properties of Some Egyptian and Libyan Honeys. J. Plant Prot. and Path., Mansoura Univ., 2(8): 731-740.

6. Fathy, H. M.; Awadalla, S. S.; Abou- Lila, S. and Taha, A. A. (2012). Studies on some honeybee races (Apis mellifera L.) on Egypt. Journal of Agricultural research, Agriculture Research Center.

7. Taha, A.A. (2013). Activating honeybee colonies for production and dividing bee swarms for exporting. 2nd Conference of Plant Protection Science; 15-17th Dec. Omar Al-Mokhtar Univ., Al-Baydaa, Libya.

8. Taha, A.A. (2014). Effect of some climatic changes on the seasonal activity of oriental wasp Vespa orientalis L. attacking honeybee colonies in Dakahlia governorate. Journal of Agricultural research, Agriculture Research Center.

9. Taha, A. A. (2014). Physicochemical characteristics and antimicrobial aspects of Cotton and Salam honeys.

10. Fathy, H. M.; Awadalla, S. S.; Abou- Lila, S. and Taha, A. A. (2014). Comparative Study between Carniolan, Italian Races and first Italian hybrid in some physiological and morphometrical characters.

11. Abd El-Baky, M.A.; Taha, A. A and N. A. Ghazala (2014). Using some honeybee products for controlling the microbial contamination of date palm tissue culture stage. Bull. Fac. Agric., Cairo Univ., 65 (1):1-7.