Graduated with Master’s Degree, from the Department of Plant Biology and Biodiversity Management at the College of Natural and Computational Sciences, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia.
I intensely study, research and lecture on the fields of plant physiology, plant flowering physiology, plant rooting physiology, plant mychorizial associations, plant water relations, plant developmental biology, plant tissue culture and biotechnology, plant environmental stress and molecular adaptation techniques, plant genomics, soil fertility and plant nutrition, landscape restoration.... etc.
As employee, I have developed an exciting experience of complementing my theoretical knowledge in to practical application during my stay at various institutions through researching three of the Ethiopian economical crops i.e., coffee, citrus and sugar cane.
Research Areas: Physiology, Applied Plant Biology, Ecophysiology, Botany
¶ Habtamu Chekol (2017). The upshot of drought stress on responses of sugarcane varieties at Metahara Sugarcane Factory, Ethiopia. Asian Journal of Ethnopharmacology and Medicinal Foods 4(4): 09-16.
¶ Habtamu Chekol and Legesse Negash (2019). Measuring the extent of restoration using Coffea arabica L. (Rubiaceae) as a bioassay plant (on preparation).
¶ Habtamu Chekol (2018). Regeneration status of woody plants at the restoring site of Tulu-Korma, West-shewa Zone of Ethiopia (on preparation).
Restoration of degraded landscapes