Crop Nutrition

APNI Welcomes, Dr. Amine El Khouni, Associate Scientist, To Its Headquarters In Benguérir

APNI is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Amine El Khouni, Associate Scientist, to our Benguérir, Morocco Headquarters.

27 January 2024, Morocco: Dr. Amine El Khouni holds a Ph.D. degree in Biological Sciences and a master’s degree in plant ecophysiology from the Faculty of Sciences of Tunis in collaboration with the Center of Biotechnology of Borj Cedria. He has devoted more than 13 years to scientific research in the field of the effects of environmental constraints on plants. Dr. El Khouni has studied the physiological, biochemical, and photosynthetic responses of plants when grown under salinity and mineral deficiencies. He has worked as a project coordinator with NGOs and as a Postdoctoral Researcher with the Faculty of Sciences of Tunis.

Before joining APNI, Dr. El Khouni worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Olive Institute of Tunisia within the special unit of Tunis.

He participated in several international conferences and has published numerous international scientific publications. Dr. Amine El Khouni has participated as a member in several international research projects.

“We are pleased to have Dr. El Khouni on-board and are looking forward to his contributions to our research and development programs,” said Dr. Kaushik Majumdar, APNI’s Director General.

Also Read: Exclusive: Why is Mancozeb important for UPL?

(For Latest Agriculture News & Updates, follow Krishak Jagat on Google News)