M. Negadi

M. Negadi
Université Ibn Khaldoun Tiaret · Department of Biology

PhD_Ecologie

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Publications (11)
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As an Indigenous community of Algeria and the broader Sahel, the Tuareg hold unique ecological knowledge, which might contribute to broader models of place-based climate change impacts. Between January and April 2019, we carried out semi-structured interviews (N=23) and focus group discussions (N=3) in five villages of the province of Illizi, Alger...
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This is the first regional study aimed at understanding the diversity of the fauna nesting in the populations of Atlas Pistachio in Algeria. Fieldwork which lasted 6 years, consisted of mixed sampling (stratified then subjective) accompanied by surveys of the surrounding population in order to find the vertebrate species sought. A total of 160 spec...
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This study is a phytoecological approach aimed to improve the knowledge on diatoms and their ecology in the wetland of ChottChergui in the northwesternregionof A lgeria.For this work, 60 samples of solid substrates containing the epilithic diatom flora were collected in the field using a subjective method. The identification of diatom taxa was carr...
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Abstract: Asplenium ceterach L. or rusty-back fern is a plant species traditionally used in Mediterranean countries as an expectorant, diuretic, against spleen complaints, kidney stones and hemorrhoids. The objective or the aim of this research was to valuated Asplenium Ceterach plant from the Tiaret region. Algeria. By the content of phenolic comp...
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New data on endemic flra of the sub-sector of Oran Tell Atlas “O3” (Western Algeria). This study is a fist regional synthesis aiming at proposing a new list of the endemic flra of the sub-sector of Oran Tell Atlas (O3), by analyzing the main taxonomic and chorological changes. The literature data available have been exploited in particular (Quézel...
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Auteur correspondant : miara14130@yahoo.fr Résumé : Dans cette étude, les auteurs présentent les premiers résultats des recherches sur la Ptéridoflore de la région de Tiaret. Les investigations ont concerné dans un premier temps les monts de Tiaret suivant un échantillonnage dirigé ou plutôt préférentiel des zones susceptibles de renfermer ces taxo...
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p>After two years of work, we have explored most of water systems of the western region of Tiaret areas; represented mainly by the Oued Mina and Oued Louhou. The study started with a sampling, executed successively during Autumn and Spring, with the aim to identify the diatomic flora on the first part; and to analyze the ecology of these diatoms on...
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After two years of work, we have explored most of water systems of the western region of Tiaret areas; represented mainly by the Oued Mina and Oued Louhou. The study started with a sampling, executed successively during Autumn and Spring, with the aim to identify the diatomic flora on the first part; and to analyze the ecology of these diatoms on t...
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Le développement d'une agriculture durable, objectif stratégique pour le développement économique dans les pays du Maghreb, implique un accroissement et une amélioration de l'utilisation de toutes les ressources naturelles conduisant à un développement d'une agriculture équilibrée. A cet effet, les espèces végétales "sauvages" apparentées sont une...
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Analyse de la diversité floristique de la zone steppique d'El-Bayad Algérie: flore rare, et menacée, fait ressortir une richesse floristique 144 taxons appartenant à 36 familles et 107 genres. Les résultats présentes dans ce travail se réparties. La catégorie des rares représente 18.05 % de la flore étudiée, soit 26 taxons, et 34.61 % des taxons so...

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