Abdallah Oukarroum is a plant physiologist with a strong research interest in the functional plasticity of plants under stress.
Through his Ph.D. thesis at the University of Geneva in Switzerland, Abdallah Oukarroum acquired extensive experience in the study of alterations in the photosynthetic apparatus of plants under drought and heat stresses.
At the University of Quebec in Montreal in Canada, Abdallah Oukarroum has been interested in understanding the inhibitory effects and bioaccumulation of metals and metallic nanoparticles at the membrane and cellular levels on aquatic plants.
Currently, at University Mohammed VI Polytechnic (UM6P) in Morocco, Abdallah Oukarroum’s research group focuses on the elucidation of the biochemical-physiological mechanisms underlying adaptation and acclimation responses of plants to environmental stress. and also occupies the position of director of the School of Agriculture, Fertilization & Environmental Sciences (ESAFE-UM6P).
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