Miara Mohamed Djamel

Miara Mohamed Djamel
Université Ibn Khaldoun Tiaret · Department of Nature and life sciences

Ph.D. Lecturer-researcher

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Introduction
I am a botanist with PhD in plant ecology, working on several fields related to botany such as: floristic research and analysis, phytosociology, plant ecology, taxonomy and ethnobotany. I am also interested in research on endemic taxa and orchids in North Africa. I participate in some research related to ethnobotany such as: ethnopharmacology and phytochemistry.
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May 2017 - November 2017
Université Ibn Khaldoun Tiaret
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Publications (114)
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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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The objective of this work is to carry out a retrospective epidemiological study of Helicobacter pylori infection in the region of Tiaret, Algeria. We have carried out a retrospective study of Helicobacter pylori infection in patients with gastroduodenal diseases, consulting a gastroenterologist in the region of Tiaret. The rate of H. pylori infect...
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Clinopodium candidissimum (Munby) Kuntze (Lamiaceae) is used in traditional medicine and as a food condiment in Algeria, where it is known as Zaater cheleuh and Nabta elbida. Here, we report the comprehensive characterisation of non-volatile polar constituents extracted from C. candidissimum aerial parts (a mixture of inflorescences, stems and leav...
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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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The efficacy of Echinops spinosus (Teskra) and PGF2α in the treatment of clinical endometritis (CE) on clinical recovery and reproductive performance was evaluated. A total of 20 Holstein-Friesian cows with CE that were 21-40 days in milk (DIM) were assigned to one of two experimental groups. Cows in the PGF group (n=10) received two doses of d-clo...
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The present research aimed to carry out the phytochemical analysis, in vitro antioxidant activity, enzymes inhibition and anti-inflammatory effect of the selective extracts of the Algerian L. multifida from two regions; Msila region and Constantine region. The total phenolic and flavonoids contents of crude extract (CE) and its solvent partition fr...
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This study aims to investigate, the physic-ochemical characterization of Alliu m sativum, Alliu m cepa and Foenuculum vulgare. The analysis which carried out on these plants includes pH, titratable acid ity, fiber, fat, sugars, soluble solids, pectin and protein. The results from the study of three medicinal plants, show that: Alliu m sativum, pres...
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Ethnobotanical investigation was carried out using questionnaires among majority of El Kala (Algeria) inhabitants. The investigation found that lentisk (Pistacia lentiscus L.) is widely used in traditional therapy, especially in gastrointestinal and dermatological problems. Bioactive phytochemicals were determined by LC-MS/MS, and 14, 13, and 12 co...
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Artemisinin, a natural product, has received considerable attention in the last few years as a potent antimalarial drug. This study reports the presence of Artemisinin in three Algerian wild Artemisia species assessed by HPLC method: A. herba-alba (AH), A. campestris subsp. glutinosa (AC), and A. judaica subsp sahariensis (AJ). The HPLC analysis of...
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The present research aimed to carry out the phytochemical analysis, in vitro antioxidant activity, enzymes inhibition and anti-inflammatory effect of the selective extracts of the Algerian L. multifida from two regions; Msila region and Constantine region. The total phenolic and flavonoids contents of crude extract (CE) and its solvent partition fr...
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Cancer is among the deadliest diseases in the world, especially in developed countries where modern treatments are not available to everyone. In North Africa, and especially in Algeria, few herbal treatments against cancer have been documented despite the richness of flora in these countries. This research aim to documents the medicinal plants used...
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An ethnobotanical survey was conducted in Emdjez Edchich, Dakkich Rabeh, Sefifa and Ali Hzila Ramdan of central Russikada province in northeastern Algeria to document the traditional knowledge on medicinal plants used by local populations. Data were analyzed using quantitative indices of sociodemographic data, fielity level (FL), informant consensu...
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This work is devoted to the study of medicinal plants in the southern region of BordjBouArreridj (communes of the Daïra of El Hammadia), and their different uses in traditional medecine. A series of surveys were conducted in the study area with inhabitants and herbalists, to acquire more informations about the therapeutic uses of medicinal plants p...
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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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The chemical constituents of the aerial parts of Micromeria inodora (Desf.) Benth. (Lamiaceae) collected in western Algeria, an aromatic shrub traditionally consumed as an herbal remedy, have been characterized. Secondary metabolites were extracted using sequential extractions with solvents at different polarity, and they were determined using an i...
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in this paper, authors indicate the presence of a species that had never been mentioned in the literature on Algerian lichen flora « Lasallia pustulata (l.) mérat ». this foliose lichen species with an umbilicate thallus belongs to the exceptional Umbilicariaceae family, found for the first time in the edough peninsula (north-east of Algeria).
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Lamiaceae is a family comprising 236 genera, and more than 7000 species. It is one of the most widely used and phytochemically studied families, because of their various compounds.Lamiaceae can be divided into two major categories, the first one includes all those species that mainly produce volatile terpenoids, found in the volatile compounds, suc...
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The authors report the discovery of new stations of Centaurea hyalolepis Boiss. in several regions of Algeria. Ecological notes are also provided.
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The aim of this article is to investigate medicinal plants in Ben Srour region of M'sila, province and their use for treating several diseases in traditional medicine. The traditional and local uses of collected plants were questioned through semi-structured interviews with local informants and practitioners. The obtained data allowed to identify 8...
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The aim of this article is to investigate medicinal plants in Ben Srour region of M'sila, province and their use for treating several diseases in traditional medicine. The traditional and local uses of collected plants were questioned through semi-structured interviews with local informants and practitioners. The obtained data allowed to identify 8...
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Details on the distribution of Malva stenopetala (Malvaceae) in Algeria. Bull. Soc. linn. Provence, 71: 229-233 (2020). ISSN: 0373-0875. In this note, we report new field observations and update from herbaria the known geographic distribution of Malva stenopetala in Algeria. These observations began to reinforce as desirable the knowledge on thi...
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This work is a descriptive and analytical approach, which aims to improve the knowledge of the structure and the dynamics of the wooded Atlas Mountains vegetation in the region of Tiaret. This study was based on 287 phytoecological surveys across the study area following a mixed sampling. These surveys were collected in data matrices and then proc...
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A floristic, ethnobotanical and natural habitat study was carried out in the wetlands of the Macta marshes in northwest Algeria. The specimens obtained made it possible to identify 89 taxa of plants belonging to 32 botanical families dominated by the Amaranthaceae and Asteraceae. Analysis of the chorology of the plants has shown dominance of the Me...
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Les auteurs signalent la découverte à Akbou (Béjaia, NE-Algérie) et à Tissemsilt (W-Algérie) d’ibicelle jaune (Martyniaceae) originaire des zones semi‐désertiques d’Amérique du Sud.
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The authors report the recent discovery in Algeria of a spermatophyte of the Pedaliaceae family. Sesame, Sesamum indicum L. (= S. orientale L.), was observed for the first time in the Bordj Bou Arreridj region.
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Soil organic matter (SOM) is a cost-effective and informative indicator of physical fertility. The aim of this experimental work is to assess the effects of organic amendments such as manures on soil physical properties under semiarid climate. A 4-seasons field experiment was conducted using three manures included poultry, horse and cattle. All man...
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To establish the link between soil, plant and climate, it is necessary to study the soil biological state. The work is particularly concerned with monitoring the levels of microorganisms such as: actinomycetes, aerobic bacteria, azotobacters and fungi of a cultivated soil under exogenous organic matter input in the semi-arid region (Tiaret, Algeria...
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To establish the link between soil, plant and climate, it is necessary to study the soil biological state. The work is particularly concerned with monitoring the levels of microorganisms such as: actinomycetes, aerobic bacteria, azotobacters and fungi of a cultivated soil under exogenous organic matter input in the semi-arid region (Tiaret, Algeria...
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The authors report the discovery in Akbou (Béjaia, NE-Algeria) and Tissemsilt (W-Algeria) of yellow ibicelle (Martyniaceae) originating in the semi-desert areas of South America.
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Solanum rostratum (Solanaceae): une nouvelle xérophyte invasive pour la flore d'Algérie Abstract Chelghoum, H., Ait Hammou, M., Miara, M. D. & Fertout-Mouri, N.: Solanum rostratum (Solanaceae): une nouvelle xérophyte invasive pour la flore d'Algérie.-Fl. Medit. 30: 81-86. 2020.-ISSN: 1120-4052 printed, 2240-4538 online. Solanum rostratum (Solanacea...
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Tiaret massif forest offers a very interesting model for studying the evolution of the flora in the region, with a variety of very remarkable vegetation distribution conditioned by a significant number of ecological factors (climate and anthropogenic activities). A floristic study was carried out in Tagdempt sector, characterized by semi-arid Medit...
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Introduction Verbascum betonicifolium (V. betonicifolium) is a plant used in traditional medicine for several ailments. The objective of this study was to determine the antioxidant activity and acetylcholinesterase inhibitory activity of the aqueous extract together with the metabolites responsible for these activities. This paper presents the firs...
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The authors report the discovery in Akbou (Béjaia, NE-Algeria) and Tissemsilt (W-Algeria) of yellow ibicelle (Martyniaceae) originating in the semi-desert areas of South America.
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L’ethnobotanique est une science qui fut définie à l’origine comme étant l’étude des plantes utilisées par les peuples indigènes. Plus récemment, cette définition a évolué vers l’étude des relations entre la diversité végétale et culturelle. L’ethnobotanique est une science pluridisciplinaire (Bridges & Lau, 2006). C’est une branche de l’ethnobiolo...
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2èmes Journées Internationales de Chimie Hétérocyclique (JICHA 2-2020), 22 & 23 Juin 2020, TUNISIE Green and Applied Chemistry, Volume 11, 2021, N°2, 71-88, ISSN: 2605-6895
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This study is a floristic investigation of the steppe region of Djelfa located in northern Algeria, with the aim of characterizing and analysing the wild flora of this region. Four stations were chosen according to a stratified sampling method and phyto-ecological surveys were carried out in 32 plots of 100m2 each. This allowed us to identify 127 t...
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In this article, we report a comprehensive characterization of volatile and polar constituents extracted from the aerial parts of Thymus munbyanus subsp. coloratus, a shrub that is used as culinary ingredient and as traditional medicine in Algeria, mainly to treat respiratory and gastrointestinal disorders and endocrine dysfunctions. Headspace soli...
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Abstract: Introduction: Oenanthe fistulosa L. (Apiaceae) is often associated with damp soils. Its underground parts and the young leaves are mainly cooked with other vegetables. Objective: The aim of the current work was to investigate the chemical profile of dichloromethane (DCM), ethyl acetate (EA) and n-butanol (BuOH) fractions of O. fistulosa t...
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This study is a floristic investigation of the steppe region of Djelfa located in northern Algeria, with the aim of characterizing and analysing the wild flora of this region. Four stations were chosen according to a stratified sampling method and phyto-ecological surveys were carried out in 32 plots of 100m 2 each. This allowed us to identify 127...
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This study aim to provide an updated list of the flora present at the level of the belts of the five closed basins of Oran (the great sebkha of Oran, dayat Morsli, Oum El-Ghelaz, Telamine Lake and the saltworks of Arzew). This will allow us to identify the changes that this flora has undergone and consequently to appreciate the dynamics of the loca...
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Introduction: Oenanthe fistulosa L. (Apiaceae) is often associated with damp soils. Its underground parts and the young leaves are mainly cooked with other vegetables. Objective: The aim of the current work was to investigate the chemical profile of dichloromethane (DCM), ethyl acetate (EA) and n-butanol (BuOH) fractions of O. fistulosa through an...
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Introduction: Oenanthe fistulosa L. (Apiaceae) is often associated with damp soils. Its underground parts and the young leaves are mainly cooked with other vegetables. Objective: The aim of the current work was to investigate the chemical profile of dichloromethane (DCM), ethyl acetate (EA) and n-butanol (BuOH) fractions of O. fistulosa through an...
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Ethnobotanical survey was conducted in four towns in the central region of Russikada in the northeastern of Algeria (Emdjez Edchich, Dakkich Rabeh, Sefisfa and Ali Hzila Ramdan) to collect ethnobotanical information on traditional flok medicine practiced in this region. A total of 280 people from the local population were investigated of whom only...
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Ethnopharmacological relevance Ethnoveterinary medicine is vastly under-documented, especially in North Africa, where livestock care is increasingly medicalised. Despite evidence of the interdependence of ethnoveterinary practices and ethnomedicine for human care, the overlap between these two systems and the possible drivers of similarity are rare...
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Hamralaine, A. S., Benhassaini, H., Miara, M. D., Ait Hammou, M. & Hamralaine, O.: Species diversity, chorology and conservation of the lichen flora in Tessala Mountains forest (North-West Algeria).-Fl. Medit. 29: 75-91. 2019.-ISSN: 1120-4052 printed, 2240-4538 online. This study is a first investigation of the lichen flora of the Tessala Mountains...
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This study is a first investigation of the lichen flora of the Tessala Mountains green oak forest in northwestern Algeria. Field research using stratified sampling method allowed us to propose a first checklist of the lichen flora of this region containing 53 taxa with taxonomic, chorolog-ical and biogeographical data in NorthWest Africa (Algeria,...
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This study is the first ethnobotanical investigation of Tuareg communities from the region of Illizi in the Algerian Sahara. The study aims to highlight the unique floristic diversity used in their traditional medicine. Ethnobotanical surveys were conducted with 120 Tuareg nomads, mostly old and illiterate men, using free listing and structured int...
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This study is the first ethnobotanical investigation of Tuareg communities from the region of Illizi in the Algerian Sahara. The study aims to highlight the unique floristic diversity used in their traditional medicine. Ethnobotanical surveys were conducted with 120 Tuareg nomads, mostly old and illiterate men, using free listing and structured int...
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In the highlands of Bordj Bou Arreridj in Northeast Algeria, traditional knowledge about medicinal plants is still put to use, but has been poorly explored by researchers. In view of its natural and cultural richness and the socioeconomic context, this area is an ideal location for the study of aromatic and medicinal plants and their traditional us...
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The population of the west of Bordj Bou Arréridj (communes of the Daïra of El Mansourah) uses large-scale medicinal plant resources. This area is very rich and has many species of undeniable medicinal interest. The valorisation of this natural heritage requires an ethnobotany study which allows to describe the diffrent uses of medicinal plants by t...
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This study is a fist regional exploration for plants research of the Oran region for a possible evaluation for their conditions of conservation. The research were basically based on 124 phytoecological records carried out across the sectors O1 and O2 as well as some data targeting endemic species presence stations reported for the region of Oran in...
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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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The authors present the results of more than 5 years of observations of orchids in the western Tell Atlas of Tiaret (Algeria). These taxa were inventoried at the regional level, according to subjective sampling, and the ecological conditions at each of the stations collected. The identification of taxa was made through different flora, with a taxon...
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Une étude ethno-vétérinaire des plantes médicinales a été réalisée dans la région de Hammam Dalaa, au nord de M'Sila dans le but d'établir un catalogue des plantes médicinales traitant les animaux et aussi de réunir les informations concernant leurs usages thérapeutiques pratiqués par la population locale de quelques villages de cette région. Nous...
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Journal of EcoAgriTourism, 2018, 14(1) : 96-104 This study is part of the management of healthcare waste in the M'Sila region. The 140 surveys carried out among the various stakeholders in the management of healthcare waste (public and private) and waste collectors from the Communal People's Assembly (CPA) through the fourteen daïras of the wilay...
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Arrival of Senecio angulatus (Asteraceae) in Algeria. — In this contribution, the authors report for the first time the presence of Senecio angulatus L. (Asteraceae) in Algeria. Field observations have shown the presence of this taxon in five localities in the center of the country. The identification was checked with particular regard to closely r...