Seid-Ahmed Kemal

Dr. Seid Ahmed Kemal is a member of ICARDA’s legume breeding team which develops high yielding and disease-resistant food legumes. He also researches the epidemiology of food legume diseases and supervises graduate students. Dr. Seid Ahmed Kemal has a Ph.D. in biology from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, and a M.Sc. in crop protection from Haramaya University, Ethiopia.

Seid-Ahmed Kemal's Publications

Distribution and factors influencing chickpea wilt and root rot epidemics in Ethiopia
Genetic diversity study of Ethiopian Faba bean (Vicia faba L.) varieties based on phenotypic traits and inter simple sequence repeat (ISSR) markers
Non-cultivated grass hosts of yellow dwarf viruses in Ethiopia and their epidemiological consequences on cultivated cereals
Efficient and sustainable production of faba bean
Book Chapter
January 15, 2018

Faba bean is mainly grown under rain-fed conditions, although irrigated production is important in Egypt, parts of China and Central Asia. China is the leading producer with a wide range of intensive rotation and inter-crop holistic cropping systems....

Effects of Temperature Stresses on the Resistance of Chickpea Genotypes and Aggressiveness of Didymella rabiei Isolates
Genetic Diversity of Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lentis Population Affecting Lentil in Syria
Nutritive value of field pea (Pisum sativum L.) straw as influenced by variety, season, botanical fractions and urea pretreatment
New faba bean germplasm with multiple resistances to Ascochyta blight, chocolate spot and rust diseases
Molecular diversity and population structure of the Ethiopian lentil (Lens culinaris Medikus) genotype assessment using SSR markers
Integrated management of Ascochyta blight (Didymella fabae) on faba bean under Mediterranean conditions
Correlation and path coefficient analysis of seed yield and yield components in Lentil (Lens culinaris Medik) genotypes in Ethiopia
Agromorphological Traits Variability of the Ethiopian Lentil and Exotic Genotypes
NARROWING YIELD GAPS THROUGH GENETIC IMPROVEMENT FOR FUSARIUM WILT RESISTANCE IN THREE PULSE CROPS OF THE SEMI-ARID TROPICS
Pathogenic and genetic diversity of Didymella rabiei affecting chickpea in Syria
Distribution and factors affecting lentil wilt.  l
Journal Article
April 23, 2013

جرت عمليات المسح الحقلي لمرض ذبول العدس في معظم مناطق انتشار وزراعة العدس في سورية خلال موسمي 2008/2009 و2009/2010،
بهدف تحديد أماكن انتشار المرض والعوامل المؤثرة في تطوره. وقد بينت النتائج انتشار المرض في جميع المحافظات التي تزرع العدس خلال الموسمين...

Combining Ascochyta blight resistance and high yield in lentil cultivars
Potential antagonistic fungal species from Ethiopia for biological control of chocolate spot disease of Faba Bean
No-till lentil: An option for profitable harvest in dry areas
Chickpea Ascochyta Blight: Disease Status and Pathogen Mating Type Distribution in Syria