Asmaa Haris

Asmaa Haris
Damiettia University · Zoology Department

lecturer at Zoology department-Damiettia University

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Introduction
Asmaa Haris currently works at the Zoology department, Damietta University. Asmaa does research in Marine invertebrate Biology, Biodiversity, Distribution, Systematics (Taxonomy), Invasive Species, Molecular.and Phylogenetic Analysis.
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November 2019 - present
Damietta University
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  • Lecturer

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Publications (7)
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Taxonomy based on morphology can be difficult. The challenges arise from different sources such as poor original descriptions, new records based on inadequate knowledge, uncritical application of general assumptions or presence of complexes of cryptic species. One example of problematic taxonomy is the genus Diopatra Audouin & Milne Edwards, 1833 (...
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The reproductive cycle of the clam; Donax trunculus (Linnaeus, 1758) from New Damietta shore, was investigated during the period from May 2008 to July 2009. Reproductive maturity was estimated by assessment of gonad index and microscopic examination of gonadal smears and sections. Six distinguishable gonad stages based on histological examination w...
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The annelid family Eunicidae comprises ten genera including the genus Marphysa Quatrefages, 1866. This genus is characterized by a global distribution and has considerable value in the bait industry worldwide. Therefore, the correct delimitation of species is important not only for consideration of its evolution, but also for culturing species from...
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New Damietta shore is one of the important areas for collection of the clams as well as mullet, seabass and seabream larvae which are reliable for marine aquaculture in Egypt. The reproductive cycle of the clam; Donax variabilis (Say, 1822), in this shore was investigated during the period from May 2008 to July 2009. Reproductive maturity was estim...
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Abstract: New Damietta shore is one of the important areas for collection of the clams as well as mullet, seabass and seabream larvae which are reliable for marine aquaculture in Egypt. Donax variabilis was recorded for the first time in Egypt and because of its presence in the area of Damietta Maritime Port, larvae has come stuck with ships fro...
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New Damietta shore is one of the important areas for collection of the clams as well as mullet, seabass and seabream larvae which are reliable for marine aquaculture in Egypt. Donax variabilis was recorded for the first time in Egypt and because of its presence in the area of Damietta Maritime Port, larvae has come stuck with ships from the Atlanti...

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