Abdelhakeem Shams

Abdelhakeem Shams

Benha University

H-index: 11

Africa-Egypt

About Abdelhakeem Shams

Abdelhakeem Shams, With an exceptional h-index of 11 and a recent h-index of 10 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Benha University, specializes in the field of Vegetable crops.

Abdelhakeem Shams Information

University

Benha University

Position

Associate Prof. of Horticulture Fac. of Agric. .

Citations(all)

437

Citations(since 2020)

320

Cited By

215

hIndex(all)

11

hIndex(since 2020)

10

i10Index(all)

13

i10Index(since 2020)

11

Email

University Profile Page

Benha University

Abdelhakeem Shams Skills & Research Interests

Vegetable crops

Top articles of Abdelhakeem Shams

INFLUENCE OF STORAGE CONDITIONS ON THE QUALITY ATTRIBUTES OF STRAWBERRY

The strawberry fruits are highly perishable, has a rapid metabolic rate, and significant levels of substances that are conducive to the growth of pathogenic organisms, including dampness, organic acids, and sugars. The post-harvest shelf-life is shortened as a result of these organisms. Therefore, the present study's objective was to investigate the effects of cold storage on fully ripened strawberry fruit's qualitative characteristics. This experiment was performed in 2020 and 2021 seasons at Badr city, Beheira Governorate. The present study was conducted to assay the influence of the storage conditions on the quality attributes of strawberry fruits. Experiments were carried out with one variety of strawberry (Sensation) fruits, two types of packing punnets (open-top and clamshell) and three temperatures (2, 4 and 6°C). Results indicated that the application of stored at 6°C treatment was the most effective in reducing vitamin C followed by 4°C and no significant effect on mass loss, size and firmness. In other hand, clamshell punnets were the more effective than open-top punnets and interaction 2°C with clamshell.  Storage at a temperature of 6°C is better in terms of using less energy and, accordingly, the cost. Therefore, the study recommends any punnets and using packing types as there is no significant difference in it.

Authors

Ahmed A Hassan,Mokhtar Dabbour,Ahmed M El-Sawy,Abdelhakeem S Shams,Samir A Ali

Journal

Misr Journal of Agricultural Engineering

Published Date

2023/4/1

Comparative analyses of four chemicals used to control black mold disease in tomato and its effects on defense signaling pathways, productivity and quality traits

The field application of safe chemical inducers plays a vital role in the stimulation of systematic acquired resistance (SAR) of plants. In this study, the efficacy use of three and six field applications with chitosan, lithovit, and K-thiosulfate at 4 g L−1 and salicylic acid at 1.5 g L−1 in improving tomato productivity, quality, and modifying the defense signaling pathways to the Alternaria alternata infection was investigated. Salicylic acid was the most effective in vitro where it completely inhibited the growth of Alternaria alternata. The highest yield quantity was recorded with six applications with Chitosan followed by Salicylic acid; also, they were the most effective treatments in controlling the Alternaria alternata infection in tomato fruits. The maximum increase in chitinase and catalase activity of tomato fruits was observed at five days after inoculation, following treatment with six sprays of salicylic acid followed by chitosan. The transcript levels of seven defense-related genes: ethylene-responsive transcription factor 3 (RAP), xyloglucan endotransglucosylase 2 (XET-2), catalytic hydrolase -2 (ACS-2), proteinase inhibitor II (PINII), phenylalanine ammonia-lyase 5 (PAL5), lipoxygenase D (LOXD), and pathogenesis-related protein 1 (PR1) were upregulated in response to all treatments. The highest expression levels of the seven studied genes were recorded in response to six foliar applications with chitosan. Chitosan followed by salicylic acid was the most effective among the tested elicitors in controlling the black mold rot in tomato fruits. In conclusion, pre-harvest chitosan and salicylic acid in vivo application with six sprays could be recommended as effective …

Authors

Hoda AS El-Garhy,Fayz A Abdel-Rahman,Abdelhakeem S Shams,Gamal H Osman,Mahmoud Moustafa

Journal

Plants

Published Date

2020/7

Abdelhakeem Shams FAQs

What is Abdelhakeem Shams's h-index at Benha University?

The h-index of Abdelhakeem Shams has been 10 since 2020 and 11 in total.

What are Abdelhakeem Shams's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

INFLUENCE OF STORAGE CONDITIONS ON THE QUALITY ATTRIBUTES OF STRAWBERRY

Comparative analyses of four chemicals used to control black mold disease in tomato and its effects on defense signaling pathways, productivity and quality traits

are the top articles of Abdelhakeem Shams at Benha University.

What are Abdelhakeem Shams's research interests?

The research interests of Abdelhakeem Shams are: Vegetable crops

What is Abdelhakeem Shams's total number of citations?

Abdelhakeem Shams has 437 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Abdelhakeem Shams?

The co-authors of Abdelhakeem Shams are Hassan El-Ramady, Adel Bahnasawy, elsayed khater, Nadia Shafshak, Nahla Morsy,Lecturer of Vegetable Production,Egypt.

    Co-Authors

    H-index: 36
    Hassan El-Ramady

    Hassan El-Ramady

    Kafrelsheikh University

    H-index: 15
    Adel Bahnasawy

    Adel Bahnasawy

    Benha University

    H-index: 14
    elsayed khater

    elsayed khater

    Benha University

    H-index: 6
    Nadia Shafshak

    Nadia Shafshak

    Benha University

    H-index: 5
    Nahla Morsy,Lecturer of Vegetable Production,Egypt

    Nahla Morsy,Lecturer of Vegetable Production,Egypt

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