Welcome to my Academic Profile site. 
I am Lecturer Dr. Fakhriya Mohammed Kareem holding a PhD. degree of Biology (Plant Physiology), in the Department of Medical Laboratory Science, College of  Medical and Applied Science at Charmo University in Kurdistan Region-Iraq.   

I am teaching the following courses:
  1. Bioethics. MLS-S7 (wc7arlf)
  2. Critical Thinking. MLS- S1(bbcngvz)
  3. Practical Plant Physiology. GS- S6 (cdylkld )
  4. Human Biology. MLS- S1 (cviopwc)
  5. Practical Plant Physiology. GS- S5 (x3a35r2)

My Publications are:
1. Effect of foliar application of Salicylic acid on growth, yield components, and chemical constituents of Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.var.Cham 6). 5th Scientific Conference of Agriculture College/ Tikrit University/ Iraq, 2010.
2. Effect of Salicylic Acid on Some Biomass and Biochemical Changes of Drought-Stressed Wheat (Triticum aestivum L. Var. Cham 6) Seedlings. Research Journal of Duhok University/ Kurdistan Region, Iraq, 2011.
3. The Effect of Exogenous Applications of Salicylic Acid and Molybdenum on the Tolerance of Drought in Wheat was published in the Journal of Agricultural Research and Technology on 11 August 2017. DOI: 10.19080/ ARTOAJ.2017.09.555768.
4. The Effect of Exogenous Applications of Salicylic Acid on Drought Tolerance and Up-Regulation of the Drought Response Regulon of Iraqi Wheat” was published in the Journal of Crop Science and Biotechnology, 30 March 2019. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12892-017-0180-0
5. Abstract of The effect of exogenous applications of Salicylic acid at different growth stages of Iraqi wheat cv. Tamooz 2 on the up-regulation of the drought response regulon published in the Journal of Plant Physiology and Pathology, and I attended the event on 7-9 August 2017, Italy, Rome/ the 3rd Global Summit on Plant Science conference, 2017, 5:5 DOI: 10.4172/2329-955X-C1-012.

My research interests are:
 I am interested in researching in the field of abiotic stresses and molecular biological analysis of plants. 
- The influence of exogenously applied “anti-stress” agents on drought, salt, and heat tolerance of plants. 
- The effect of exogenous applications of Salicylic Acid on stress tolerance and up-regulation of the response regulon of plants.

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