Personal Information
Said Badr El-Din

Department of Agriculture Microbiology, National Research Centre, Egypt, Egypt

Said Badr El-Din
Educations
From 09/1961 to 6/1965, B. Sc. in Agriculture (Soil Sciences ) , Egypt
From 09/1965 to 6/1971, M. Sc. in Microbiology , Egypt
From 09/1971 to 6/1977, Ph. D. in Microbiology , Egypt
Work Experiences
From 08/2004 to till now, Emiretus Professor , National Research Centre, Dokki, Cairo, Egypt
From 09/1987 to 08/2004, Research Professor , National Research Centre, Dokki, Cairo, Egypt
From 06/1982 to 09/1987, Associate Professor , National Research Centre, Dokki, Cairo, Egypt
From 06/1977 to 05/1982, Researchers , National Research Centre, Dokki, Cairo, Egypt
From 09/1971 to 06/1977, Research Assistant , National Research Centre, Dokki, Cairo, Egypt
From 01/1966 to 09/1971, Assistant Researcher , National Research Centre, Dokki, Cairo, Egypt
Projects
From 1987 to 1984, The development and application of biogas technology in rural areas of Egypt
From 1980 to 1984, Microbiology and Climatology of Muna Valley during Hajj Season, Saudia Arabia
From 1982 to 1983, More and Better Food, USAID Project , improve legume productivity in rural area
From 1983 to 1988, Promotion of soil physical condition and water management, EEC Project , Promotion of soil physical condition and water management by using soil conditioners
From 1984 to 1988, Competitive relationships between indigenous and inoculant rhizobia strains nodulating broadbeans and lentil, US Academy of Science, BOSTID Project
From 1985 to 1988, Conservation and development of forage resources in Sinai Peninsula
From 1990 to 1993, Improving groundnut productivity in Egypt through disease control. NARP Project
From 1991 to 1995, Treatment and disposal of sludge produced from wastewater treatment plants.
From 1992 to 1995, Application of genetic engineering for construction superior nitrogen fixing clover rhizobia and their performance and stability in Egyptian soils, NARP Collaborative Research Project
From 1995 to 1996, Improve forage legumes productivity through maximizing symbiotic N2 fixation in North Sinai. NARP Project
From 1993 to 1996, Use of molecular biology techniques for characterization of Rhizobium leguminosarum population in Egyptian soils, FAO/IAEA Project
From 1994 to 1997, Studies on biofertilization systems;(Organic farming system)
From 1994 to 1997, Popularization and application of biological nitrogen fixation technology in field grown bean and soybean in Middle Delta
From 1998 to 2002, Improving growth and productivity of bean and soybean using biofertilizer technology. U.S. Egypt Science and Technology Program – Project
From 2000 to 2004, Production of recombinant thermostable ß-galactosidase from Egyption extreme thermophilic bacteria.
From 2002 to 2005, Drugs discovery from Marine Fungi.
From 2013 to till now, Application of Biofertilizer Technology for Improving Growth and Productivity of Faba Bean.
From 2013 to till now, Biodegradation activity by some microbial community isolate from petroleum polluted sites in Egypt/ immobilized in different types of hydro gel composite prepared by γ- radiation and chemical method.
From 2015 to till now, Establishment of National Network for Conservation and Handling of Microbial Cultures. Microbial Cultures of industrial fermentation, bioremediation and algae.
Speciality
Applied and Environmental Microbiology,
Microbil Ecology
Bioremediation
Recycling of Agricultural wastes
Agricultural Microbiology
Biological Nitrogen Fixation
Plant Microbe interaction
Transformation of element in soil
Journal Articles
Nitrogen transformations in soil. I. In sandy soil under barley and peanut in a two years' rotation. Zbl. Bakt. Abt. II, Bd. 128, (1973), 116 - 125. Zayed, M.N.; Taha, S.M.; Saber, M.S.M., and Badr El-Din, S.M.S.
Nitrogen transformations in soil. II. In sandy soil under horsebean and sesame in a two years' rotation. Zbl. Bakt. Abt. II, Bd. 128 (1973) 126 - 134. Taha, S.M.; Zayed, M.N.; Saber, M.S.M., and Badr El-Din, S.M.S.
Transformation of soil nitrogen associated with urea fertilization combined with pesticides application. Egypt. J. Microbiol., 14, (1979), 21 - 28. Hassan Moawad; Zohdy, L.; Gamal El-Din, H. and Badr El-Din, S.M.S.
Changes in certain biological and chemical properties of urea treated soil as affected by some pesticides application. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 14, (1979), 29 - 36. Hassan Moawad; Zohdy, L.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Gamal El-Din, H.
Effect of antimicrobial substances from the residues of certain higher plants on seed germination, seedling growth and rhizosphere microflora of cotton plant. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 16, (1979), 25- 33. Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Gamal El-Din, H.
Quantitative changes in soil, rhizosphere and phyllosphere microflora of cotton plant as affected by nitrogen fertilization. Egypt. J. Microbiol, 18, (1983), 1 - 7. Gamal El-Din, H.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S.; Eid E.T. and Makram, E.A
Evaluation of digested slurry as a fertilizer. I. Its microbial and chemical composition and its phytotoxicity features. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 18, (1983), 69 - 77. Zohdy, L.I. and Badr El-Din, S.M.S.
Evaluation of digested slurry as a fertilizer. II. Effect on biological and chemical properties of a virgin sandy soil. Egypt. J.microbiol. 19, (1984), 131 - 138. Zohdy, L.I.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S.; Khalafallah, M.A. and Abd El-Maksoud H.K.
Follow up the fermentation progress in the digested slurry of biogas digester from the standpoint of its fertilizing value. Egypt. J.Microbiol. 19, (1984), 123 - 130. Zohdy, L.I.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S.; Khalafallah, M.A. and Abd El-Maksoud H.K.
Handling and storage of digested slurry produced from the biogas digester. Egypt. J.Microbiol. 18, (1983), 107- 114. Zohdy, L.I.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S.; Khalafallah, M.A.
Comparison of biogas slurry treatments. I. On the biological and chemical properties of a virgin sandy soil cultivated with wheat. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 18, (1983), 115- 125. Zohdy, L.I.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S.; Khalafallah, M.A.
Comparison of biogas slurry treatments. II. On the wheat yield, nitrogen and phosphorus uptake and nitrogen balance in a virgin sandy. Egypt J. Microbiol. 18, (1983), 127- 134. Zohdy, L. I.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S.; Khalafallah, M.A.
Effect of phosphate dissolving bacteria on P-uptake by barley plants grown in a salt affected calcareous soil. Z. Pflanzenernaehr. Bodenk. 146, (1983), 545 - 550. Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Saber, M.S.M.
Antimicrobial agents in Egyptian folk medicine. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 20, (1985), 15 - 55. Badr El-Din, S.M.S.; El-Baz, F.K. and Saber, M.S.M.
The presence of antimicrobial substances in certain green algae. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 20, (1985), 57- 60. El-Baz, F.K.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Saber, M.S.M.
Transformations and effects of urea derivatives in soil. Z. Pflanzenernaehr. Bodenk. 147, (1984), 785 - 792. Moawad, H.; Mahmoud, S.A.Z.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S.; Gamal, R.F. and Enany, M.H.
Urease inhibition by metals and its relation to nitrogen transformations. Z. Pflanzenernaehr. Bodenk. 148, (1985), 551 - 558. Badr El-Din, S.M.S.; Moawad, H.; Mahmoud, S.A.Z.; Gamal, R.F. and Enany, M.H.
Urease activity and ureolytic microorganisms in Egyptian soil. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 21, (1986), 73 - 80. Mahmoud, S.A.Z.; Moawad, H.; Gamal, R.F.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Enany, M.H.
Yeasts in soils of Egypt . Zentralblt. Microbiol. 141, (1986), 431- 435. Moawad, H.; Salem, S.H.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S.; Khater, T. and Iskander, M.
Yeasts in the phyllosphere of field - grown plants in Egypt. Zentralblt. Microbiol. 141, (1986), 489- 493. Badr El-Din, S.M.S. Moawad, H.; Salem, S.H.; Khater, T. and Iskander, M.
Seasonal variations in yeast content of rhizosphere and phyllosphere in Egypt. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 21, (1986), 221-228. Salem, S.H.; Moawad, H.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S.; Khater, T. and Iskander, M.
Response of soybean to dual inoculation with Rhizobium japonicum and phosphate dissolving bacteria. Z. Pflanzenernaehr. Bodenk. 149, (1986), 130- 135. 25. Badr El-Din, S.M.S.; Khalafallah, M.A. and Moawad, H.
Quantification of nitrogen fixation by the peanut / Rhizobium symbiotic system in a virgin sandy soil. Z. Pflanzenernaehr. Bodenk. 149, (1986), 668 - 673. Moawad, H.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S.; Khalafallah, M.A.
Nitrogen fixing capacity of eleven-clover cultivars nodulated by native rhizobia. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 21, (1986), 171- 178. Gamal El-Din, H.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Ramah, A.M.
Biological control of Rhizoctonia solani using Trichoderma viride and its relation to symbiotic nitrogen fixation by bean. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 21, (1986), 155- 162. Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Sahab, A.F.
Effect of soil conditioners on nodulation and seed yield of faba bean grown in newly reclaimed area. Egypt. J. Microbiol. Special Issue, (1986), 47 - 55. Awad F.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Wahab, M.A.
Field evaluation of biogas manure as a fertilizer for corn. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 21, (1986), 179 - 186. Khalafallah, M.A.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Moawad, H.
B-Galactosidase from Bacillus stearothermophilus NRC-16. Z.Lebensmittelkunde und Lebensmittelrecht. Deutsch Lebensmittel Rundschau, 82, (1986), 259 - 261. Selim, M.A.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S.; El-Shafei, A.M. and Badr El-Din, S.M.S.
Antimicrobial and phytotoxic effect of a substance isolated from water hyacinth. Egypt. J. Microbiol. Special Issue, (1986), 29 - 36. Gamal El-Din, H.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S.
Regulation of urea hydrolysis in soils using some organic compounds. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 22, (1987), 1 - 10. Gamal, R.F.; Mahmoud, S.A.Z.; Moawad, H.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Enany, M.H.
Symbiotic nitrogen fixation by two lentil cultivars in relation to Rhizobium strain, competition and irrigation rates. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 22(2), (1987) 203 - 212. Moawad, H.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Khalafallah, M.A.
Field Performance of three Bradyrhizobium japonicum strains with two soybean (Glycine max. L.) cultivars. Biol. Fert. Soils 6, (1988), 174 - 177. Moawad, H.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Khalafallah, M.A.
Field assessment of the interaction between seven soybean cultivars and three Rhizobium japonicum strains. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 23(2), (1988), 199 - 208. Moawad, H.; Khalafallah, M.A.; and Badr El-Din, S.M.S.
Performance of rhizobial inoculants for some important legume in Egypt. In " Nitrogen Fixation by Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture", D.P. Beck and L.A. Materon (eds). ICARDA. Martinus Nijhoff Publ. Netherlands. (1988),pp. 235 - 244. Moawad, H.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Khalafallah, M.A.
Persistence and competitiveness of three Bradyrhizobium japonicum inoculant strains in clay loam Nile valley soil. Plant and Soil : 108, (1988), 137 - 141. Moawad, H.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Khalafallah, M.A.
Enhancement of nitrogen fixation in lentil, faba bean, and soybean by dual inoculation with rhizobia and mycorrhizae. Plant and Soil. 108, (1988), 117 - 124. Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Moawad, H.
Effect of soil conditioners on some biological properties of sandy soil and the diversity of microbes involved in their biodegradation. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 23(1), (1988), 99 - 107. Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Moawad, H.
Airborne bacterial levels in housing accommodations in Muna valley during Al-Hajj season. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 22(2), (1987), 235 - 245. Hamed, A.S.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S.; Khalafallah, M.A.; Abdel-Maksoud, H.k. and Foda, M.S.
Total airborne load of Muna valley during El-Hajj season. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 24(3), (1989), 375 - 386. Hamed, A.S.; Khalafallah, M.A.; Abdel-Maksoud, H.k.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Foda, M.S.
Airborne bacterial load of El-Sadd Tunnels and adjacent street during El-Hajj season,Saudi Arabia .Egypt. J. Microbiol. 24(3), (1989), 387 - 394. Hamed, A.S.; Abdel-Maksoud, H.k.; BadrEl-Din, S.M.S.; Khalafallah, M.A. and Foda, M.S.
Resistance of the reclaimed ameliorator polymeric gel against biodegradation. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 23, (1988), 223 - 230. Azzam, R.; Azazzy, M.A.; Khalafallah, M.A.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Moawad, H.
Interaction of root-knot nematode and mycorrhizal fungi on common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Anz. Schadlingskde., Pflanzenschutz 63, (1990), 129 - 131. Osman, H.A.; Korayem, A.M.; Ameen, H.H. and Badr El-Din, S.M.S.
Assessment of faba bean (Vicia faba) response to inoculation with Rhizobium leguminosarum in clay loam Nile delta soil. World J. of Microbiol. and Biotechnology. 7(2), (1991), 191 - 195. Moawad, H.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Khalafallah, M.A.
Competition between three Bradyrhizobium japonicum as affected by strain proportion in inocula. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 26(2), (1991), 231-238. Moawad, H.; Khalafallah, M.A.; Badr El-Din, S.M.S.
Response of chickling vetch (Lathyrus sativus L.) and forage peas (Pisum spp) to inoculation with Rhizobium leguminosarum in north Sinai coastal soil. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 26(2), (1991), 223-229. Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Moawad, H.
Effect of some herbicides on nodulation and chemical composition of groundnut seeds. Egypt. J. Appl. Sci. 10 (1), (1995), 540- 546. Hassan, A. A. A. and Badr El-Din, S.M.S.
Improvement of biological nitrogen fixation in Egyptian winter legumes through better management of Rhizobium. In : Molecular Biology in Soil Microbial Ecology. G. Hardason and W. Broughton (eds).Kluwer Academic Publishers in cooperation with FAO/IAEA. Plant and Soil, 204, (1998), 95-106. Moawad, H., Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Abdel-Aziz, R. A.,
Evaluation of the effect of high soil nitrogen on the performance of three legumes / rhizobia symbiotic system using 15N. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 33,(1998), 17-24. Badr El-Din, S.M.S., Moawad, H., and Safwat, M. S.
Role of different nitrogen fertilizer levels on the development and effectiveness of VA mycorrhizal fungi of maize plants. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 33, (1998), 353-361. Attia, M. and Badr El-Din, S.M.S.
Limitation to rhizobial inoculation response in major Egyptian food legumes. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 33, (1998),25-33. Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Moawad, H.
Evaluation of several substrates for mass multiplication of vesicular-arbuscular (VA) mycorrhizal fungi. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 34, (1999), 57-65. Badr El-Din, S. M. S., Attia, M. and Abo-Sedera, S.A.
The interaction between arbusclur mycorrhizal (AM) fungi and Bacillus megatherium and effects on growth and nutrient uptake of maize plants grown in a clay loam soil. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 34, (1999), 479-487. Attia, M. and Badr El-Din, S.M.S.
Rhizobial specificity for Leuceana leucocephala and Acacia saligna. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 34, (1999), 499-506. Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Abo-Sedera, S.A.
Improvement of chickling vetch (Lathyrus sativus L.) through biofertilizers application in North Sinai region. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 34, (1999), 489-497. Badr El-Din, S.M.S., Abdel-Aziz, R.A., and Abo-Sedera, S.A.
Field assessment of composts produced by highly effective celluolytic microorganisms. Biol. Fertil. Soil., 32,(2000), 35-40. Badr El-Din, S. M. S., Attia, M. and Abo-Sedera, S.A.
Acceleration of composting of sugar beet haulms using two highly effective cellulose decomposiong microorganisms. . Egypt. J. Microbiol. 36, (2001), 161-174. Badr El-Din, S.M.S. and Abo-Sedera, S.A.
Effect of dual inoculation with Rhizobium – Arbuscular Mycorrhizal fungi on the production of legumes – grass associations grown in Sinai soil. Egypt. J. Microbiol. 36, (2001), 225-241. Badr El-Din, S.M.S., Abdel-Aziz, R.A., and Abo-Sedera, S.A.
Rationalization of irrigation water of maize plants by inoculation with arbusclar mycorrhiza (AM). Egypt. J. Microbiol. 38, (2003), 323-336. Badr El-Din, S. M.S. and Attia, M.
Extraction of microbial community DNA from soil for polymerase chain reaction. Egypt. J. of Appl. Sci., 20, (2005), 430-441. Zidan,Wafaa, M. H., Radwan, S. M., El-Khawas, H., Moawad, K. Z. and Badr El-Din, S. M. S.
Biological characterization of marine streptomyces. Res. Bult., Ain Shams Univ., 2006, 1-17. Abbas, M. M., Makboul, H. E., Badr El-Din, S. M.S., Hanna, A. G. and Barakat, O. S.
Antimicrobial activity of marine bacteria isolated from Red Sea. Egyptian J. of Nutrition, 21, (2006), 75 – 88. Sedrak, M. T., Abdel Samd, A. M., Badr El-Din, S.M.S., Hanna, A. G. and Shaalan, M.
Microbial diversity in two Egyptian soils. Catrina, 1(2), (2006), 111 – 128. Badr El-Din, S.M., Radwan, S. M., Zahra, M. K. and Zidan, W. M. H.
Composting certain agricultural residues to potting soils. J. Ecol. Nat. Environ., 3(3), (2011), 78-84. Saber, M., Mohammed, Z., Badr El-Din, S., and Awad, N.
Isolation, Identification and optimization of antimicrobial metabolites produced by soil derived actinomycetes. Egypt. J. Exp. Biol. (Bot.), 8(2), (2012), 205-217. Abdelwahed, N. A. M., Abdallah, N. A., El-Ghawas, D. E., El-Diwany, A. I. and Badr El-Din, S. M. S.
Optimization of cultural conditions for lignin peroxidase production by Phanerochaete chrysosporium and Pleurotus ostreatus. Academia Journal of Biotechnology 1(6), (2013), 087-095. Kheiralla, Z. H., Badr El-Din, S. M., Abdel Malek, S. M. and Abdel Aziz, D. H.
Selection of fungal isolates for biopulping of rice straw. BioResources, 8(4), (2013), 4969- 4980. Badr El-Din, S. M., Kheiralla, Z. H., Abdel Malek, S. M. and Abdel Aziz, D. H.
Isolation and characterization of polyaromatic hydrocarbons degrading bacteria from compost leachate. Journal of Advances in Biology 5(2), (2014), 651-660. Badr El- Din, S. M., Moussa, T. M., Moawad, H., Sharaf, O. A.
Isolation and characterization of rhizobiophages specific for Rhizobium leguminosarum from some Egyptian soils. Global Journal of Biology, Agriculture & Health Sciences 3 (3), (2014), 28-37. Badr El-Din, S. M., Habib, H. M. and Sharaf, O. A.
Phytoplankton in irrigation and draining water canals of east Nile Delta of Egypt. Global Journal of Biology, Agriculture & Health Sciences 4 (2), (2015), 56-60. Badr El-Din, S. M., Hamed, A. S., Ibrahim, A. N., Shatta, A. M. and Abo-Sedera, S. A.
Improvement of faba bean productivity in Sinai soils through the application of biofertilizers technology. Journal of Advances in Biology 8(1), (2015), 1493-1499. Abdel-Aziz, R. A.and Badr El-Din, S. M.
Field application of bio-fertilizers technology on faba bean growth and yield. Research Journal of Pharmaceutical Biological and Chemical Sciences 7 (3), (2016), 2481-2487. 79. Abdel-Aziz, R. A., El-Sebai, T., Badr El-Din, S. M. and Abo-Sedera, S. A.
Conference Papers
Antimicrobial principals in certain plant materials. Soc. Appl. Microbiol., Ann. Meet., Cairo, Egypt, (1979), 125 - 134.
Effect of antimicrobial principals in some plants on soil microflora. Soc. Appl. Microbiol. Ann. Meet., Cairo, Egypt, (1979), 125 - 139.
Assessment of anaerobically digested slurry as a fertilizer and soil conditioner. In "Biogas Technology Transfer and Diffusion, (1984), Caio, Egypt. by M.M. El-Halwagi.
Assessment of rhizobial inoculation response in field -grown lentil using 15N dilution technique. 12th North American Symbiotic N fixation Conference, (1989), Ames, Iowa, pp.80.
Assessment of need to inoculate for widely cultivated legume crops in Egypt. In: Recent Development in Biological Nitrogen Fixation Research in Africa., V th Int. Conf. of the African Association for Biological Nitrogen Fixation. (1992),IAV Hassan II, Rabat, Morocco, PP 16-23. M. Sadiki and A. Hilali
Field screening for nitrogen fixing and competitive abilities of Bradyrhizobium japonicum strain nodulating soybean. In: Recent Development in Biological Nitrogen Fixation Research in Africa., V th Int. Conf. of the African Association for Biological Nitrogen Fixation. IAV Hassan II, Rabat, Morocco, PP 151-163. M. Sadiki and A. Hilali.
Assessment of nitrogen fixation by lentil / Rhizobium symbiosis using 15N dilution technique. Sixth International Conference of the African Assossciation for Biological Nitrogen Fixation, 12 – 17 September 1994, Univ. of Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe. PP 202-206. S. M. Mpepereki and F. T. Makonese
Honors and Awards
Awarded State Prize of Egypt in Agriculture (Microbiology) in 1986.
Awarded the Egypt Excellency Medal (First Order) from His Highness President “Mohamed Hosny Moubarak”, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, 1995.
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