قسم الاحياء

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قسم الأحياء هو أحد أقسام كلية التربية / طرابلس بجامعة طرابلس والـــــــــــذي تأسس سنة 2006-2005، و يتمتع قسم الأحياء ومنذ تأسيسه بسمعة علمية متميزة ضمن جامعة طرابلس. وبشكل عام فإن القسم يكرس الإمكانيات للحفاظ على أعلى مستوى علمي حيث يقوم القسم بتوفير برنامج دراسي و بحثي واسع ضمن تخصص علم الأحياء وذلك لتوفير الفرص العلمية لطلبته العازمين بجد للحصول على درجة البكالوريوس منه.  هذا بالإضافة لإنجاز العديد من البحوث العلمية في مختلف حقول علم الأحياء.

 إن المواضيع التي تدرس بقسم الأحياء تؤهل الخريجين للعمل كبيولوجيين حيثما تبرز الحاجة لهم في ميادين العمل وخاصة مجال التدريس بوزارة التربية والتعليم وكذا المجال الطبي والزراعي والصناعي. و تتضمن المقررات المعطاة المواضيع الأساسية في علم الأحياء مثل: علم الحيوان وعلم النيات و علم وظائف الأعضاء وعلم تصنيف النبات وعلم الوراثة و علم البيئة وعلم الطفيليات و علم الأجنة والعديد من العلوم الأخرى. وقد أخذ قسم الأحياء على عاتقه إعداد وتوفير احتياجات المجتمع من معلمين مؤهلين علمياً وتربوياً وفق برنامج أكاديمي متكامل يخضع للوائح وقوانين جامعة طرابلس, واللوائح الخاصة بكلية التربية طرابلس.

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المنشورات العلمية

15

هيئة التدريس

299

الطلبة

0

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البرامج الدراسية

بكالوريوس في العلوم والتربية
تخصص الاحياء

البرنامج الأساسي لقسم الأحياء متمثل في منح الطلاب المتخرجين درجة البكالوريوس، ولا يحوي قسم الأحياء إلى الآن برنامجاً للماجستير أو الدكتوراه، ومن أبرز النقاط المعتمد عليها البرنامج الدراسي (البكالوريوس) بقسم الأحياء، كالتالي:·    الدراسة بالقسم بنظام ( الفصل الدراسي) بعدد...

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أ. سارة عبد العزيز ابراهيم بن زقلام

سارة بن زقلام هي احد اعضاء هيئة التدريس بقسم الاحياء بكلية التربية طرابلس. تعمل السيدة سارة بن زقلام بجامعة طرابلس كـمحاضر من 2018 ولها العديد من المنشورات العلمية في مجال تخصصها

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Serological study on the prevalence of malaria in samples from foreign workers in Tripoli, Libya

This study was primarily conducted to investigate the prevalence of imported malaria in a sample of foreign workers (n-1038) in Tripoli during the period from May 2006 to June 2007. A comprehensive review of malaria epidemiology in Libya in the last two decades was also given. All samples were tested serologically using Malaria Rapid Diagnostic test and then examined using blood film technique. Results showed that only 10 samples (1%) were tested positive for both malaria rapid diagnostic test and blood film. Nine of those infected were identified as Plasmodium falciparum and one as Plasmodium vivax. This study confirms that the prevalence of malaria in legal foreign workers is low and the risk of re-introducing or transmitting malaria in the northern areas of the country is remote. It also gives no good reason for including malaria test among those requested for issuing health certificates to foreign workers. The use of malaria Rapid Diagnostic test for malaria detection in this study was proved to be practical and reliable. Although, the situation of imported malaria in Libya imposes no immediate threat to re-emerging of malaria in the country however, continuous surveillance and monitoring particularly to the southern regions and populations have to be taken in a great consideration. An updated new map of malaria vectors distribution in Libya is urgently needed to be able to outline areas of high risk of malaria transmission.
Fadwa Jamaledden Mustafa Kamel Mahanay, Badereddin Bashir K. Annajar(5-2009)
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Detection of the splicing defects(c.1845+11c>g), and common polymorphism (1773C>T) in exon 12 of LDL-R gene on chromosome 19 among some Heterozygous FH patients in Tripoli

Study discusses the genetic basis for familial hypercholesterolemia (FH) in some Libyan patients at Tripoli city, examining the distribution of variants that associated with mutations in exon 12 of low density lipoprotein receptor (LDL-R) gene on chromosome 19. Genetic analysis were done using polymerases chain reaction-single strand conformation polymorphism (PCR-SSCP) based on DNA technique, to detect splicing defects of the LDL-R gene in exon 12 on chromosome 19, among some Libyans patients probably have heterozygous familial hypercholesterol-emia (HeFH). The patient’svolunteer’s participants in this study were from Tajjora National Cardiac Center, Endocrine and Diabetic Hospital in Tripoli. The study showed the presence of the splicing defects (1845 +11 C>G)in the exon 12 of the LDL-R gene on chromosome 19 in patients with hyperchol-esterolemia and ischemic heart disease, as they have family history in hypercholesterolemia and other secondary causes to heart disease such as diabetic, hypertension, chest pain, and obesity. Frequency of HeFH Libyan patients was (0.86%), and the significant of statistical analysis were{p-value>0.05}, which considered high according to clinical diagnostic criteria for HeFH. As well as detection the single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNP) (1773C>T) that alter the exon splicing efficiency, because it is associated with an emerging of the functional genetic variants for mutations in exon-12, where results of molecular diagnosis confirmed that occurrence the mutation of (LDL-R gene) relates to premature coronary artery diseases(P-CAD). arabic 35 English 137
Soomia Ahmed Ali Al-Haddad(1-2016)
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Malaria in Illegal Immigrants in Southern Libya

Background: Libya has been malaria-free since 1973. The risk of malaria re-introduction to Libya is increasing because of the increase in imported malaria cases due to immigration to Libya from countries where malaria is endemic. Cases are mainly due to P. falciparum and Sub-Saharan Africa is the most common origin. This study was conducted to investigate the prevalence of malaria positive cases among illegal immigrants in the southern region of Libya. Methods: A prospective, observational, multi-center study was conducted. Three hundred and three illegal immigrants from 12 different countries were included. Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay was used to detect the presence of serum malaria antibodies. Results: A total of 303 immigrants were included in the study with mean age of 25.78±5.92 years. Of them, 195 tested positive for malaria antibodies. Two hundred and sixty nine of the participants came from Brak Al-Shati, 16 from Sebha and 18 from Bergan centers, with 175, 15 and 5 positive cases, respectively. Most of the positive cases (172) arrived in Libya within 1-10 months. The highest number of positive cases (70) came from Ghana followed by (40) from Niger and (39) from Bangladesh. Conclusions: Illegal immigration is a major malaria re-introduction route. The issue of illegal immigration have to be treated urgently to stop the huge influx of illegal immigrants and increase the surveillance activities of infectious diseases in order to keep Libyan territories as a malaria-free lands. Key words: Illegal immigration, Malaria, Libya.
Fadwa Jamaledden Mustafa Kamel Mahanay, Badereddin Bashir K. Annajar, Asma A Ali Oun(11-2021)
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