Current Research

My primary research areas are: (1) Investigation of the molecular mechanisms by which plants tolerate environmental stresses. (2) Understanding of the cellular and molecular development in plants. (3) Investigation into the medicinal values of selected plants.

Heather L. Morefield and Mijitaba Hamissou. 2005. Molecular Analysis of the Toxic Effects of Aluminum on the Growth and Development of Arabidospsis thaliana. Bios.76(2) 84-88.

Mijitaba Hamissou and Dale E. Weibel. 2004. The Effects of Epicuticular Wax on the Rate of Water Loss of Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench. Asian J. Plant Sci. 3(6):742-746.

Webster, J. A., C. Inayatullah, M. Hamissou, and K. A. Mirkes. 1994. Leaf pubescence Effects in Wheat on Yellow Sugarcane Aphids and Greenbugs (Homoptera: Aphididae.) J. Econ. Entomol. 18(1) 231-240.

Miller, R. V., W. H. Jeffrey, D. L. Mitchell, A. A. Ferrante, M. Hamissou, and R. B. Coffin. 1994. Assessing Bacterial RecA Activity as a Biomarker for Environmental DNA-damaging Stress. Biological Abstract, Micro. Ecol. And Biol. Control. P.69

Reed, D. K., M. Hamissou, J. D. Burd, N. C. Elliot, and S. D. Kindler. 1993. Relationship of an Aphid Parasitoid's Larval Growth Characteristics and Mummy Weight. South. Entomol. 18(4) 245-250.

Mijitaba Hamissou. 2004. A laboratory Manual for Teaching Plant Anatomy, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville

Roger Sauterer and Mijitaba Hamissou. 2005 Ed. Cell Biology Laboratory Manual, Jacksonville State University

Harmon, J. H. and M. Hamissou. 1994. Cellular and Molecular Biology, Laboratory Manual, Oklahoma State University

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