Professor Hussein Mohamed

Dalton State College. Dalton, Georgia. U.S.A.

My research focuses mainly on plant-habitat interactions, in particular, the ecology of plants in extreme environments. My research is employing innovative combinations of laboratory, field, and theoretical approaches to select the suitable phytoremediation technique to clean up the contaminated ecosystems on spatial and temporal scales.

My research extends to assess the influence of anthropogenic perturbations such as urbanization or agricultural and industrial pollution on plant diversity in natural ecosystems and identify the molecular and biochemical mechanisms responsible for plant coexistence with the surrounding environment.

Editorial Board Member: Journal of Tissue Culture and Bioengineering

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