Publications


Recent Publications of the Royal Botanic Garden of Jordan

 

The Plants of Jordan- An annotated Checklist 
Will be published soon

 

Biodiversity of Wild Mushrooms in Jordan

Will be published soon 

 

Wild Socioeconomic Plant Conservation Strategy for Jordan

Ready upon government approval

 

The Most Important Native Plants Used in the Jordanian Badia and their Uses ( in Arabic)
Eng Khalid Al Khalidi, Dr Mustafa Al Shudiefat, Eng Hatem Taifour
Royal Botanic Garden of Jordan, 2015

 

Jordan Plant Red List
Eng Hatem Taifour, Dr Ahmad El-Oqlah
Royal Botanic Garden of Jordan, Vol 1, November 2015
 

Community-Based Rangeland Rehabilitation Project (CBRR), Royal Botanic Garden, Tal Al-Rumman, Jordan - Case Study
Dr. Mustafa Al Shudiefat, Raed Al Tabini, Eng. Khalid Al Khalidi
International Workshop: Towards an Implementation Strategy for the Human Integrated Management, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR), December 2014.

 

Acetylated Ferulenol-Oxy-Ferulenol as a Proposed Marker for Fresh Ferula Toxicity: A Metabolomic Approach
M. Alzweiri a, M. Shudeifat b, K. Al-Khaldi b , Y. Al-Hiari a & F. U. Afifi a
a. Faculty of Pharmacy, The University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan
b. The Royal Botanic Garden, Amman, Jordan
Accepted author version posted online, May 2014


Snakes, Scorpions, Camel Spiders and Centipedes: Species, Toxicity, Prevention and Control- Field Guide (in Arabic)
 

Zuhair Amr, Mustafa Al-Shudeifat
Community-Based Rangeland Rehabilitation Project (CBRR), 2014.
 


The Fifth National Report on the Implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity
With the collaboration of all major organizations interested in biodiversity conservation in Jordan. 
International Union for the Conservation of Nature, Regional Office for West Asia (IUCN-ROWA), September 2014. 

 

Floristic Features, Distribution, and Ethnobotany of Plants Gathered and Used by Local People from the Mediterranean Forest in Northern Jordan
Oraib Nawash, Amani Al-Assaf, Ahmad El-Oqlah, Mohammad Omari
Ethnobotany Research & Applications, Vol 12, September 2014.

 

Identifying forest ecosystem services through socio-ecological bundles: a case study from northern Jordan
Amani Al-assaf, Oraib Nawash & Mohammad Omari
International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology, June 2014.

 

Chemical Composition Analysis and Antimicrobial Screening of the Essential Oil of a Rare Plant from Jordan: Ducrosia flabellifolia
Mustafa Al-Shudiefat, Khalid Al-Khalidi, Ismail Abaza and Fatma U. Afifi
Analytical Letters, October 2013.

 

Preferences of sheep, when supplemented, for forages in a Mediterranean rangeland management system
Raed Al-Tabini, Derek W. Bailey, Khalid Al-KhalidiMostafa Shodiafat 
Rangeland Journal, November 2013.

 

Nutritional Aspects of Two Widely Consumed Wild Edible Mushrooms in Jordan
Ahmad Almomany
Journal of Life Sciences. Vol. 7, No. 6, pp. 653-657, June 2013.

 

Economic Development and Biodiversity Gain with Local Community Cooperation 
Ismaiel Abuamoud, Raed Al-Tabini, Khalid Al-Khalidi & Mustafa Al-Shudiefat
Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, Vol. 4, No. 14, 2013.

 

Economic performance of small ruminant production in a protected area: a case study from Tal Al-Rumman, a Mediterranean ecosystem in Jordan
Khalid M Al-Khalidi, Amani A Alassaf, Mustafa F Al-Shudiefat & Raed J Al-Tabini
Journal of Agricultural and Food Economics, 1:8, 2013.

 

Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants commonly used by local Bedouins in the Badia region of Jordan
Oraib Nawash, M. Shudiefat, Raed Al-Tabini & Khalid Al-Khalidi. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 148, Issue 3, May 2013.

 

Community-Based Rangeland Rehabilitation: Addressing Food Security and Biodiversity Rehabilitation at the Royal Botanic Garden of Jordan

 

 

Community-Based Rangeland Rehabilitation: Addressing Food Security and Biodiversity Rehabilitation at the Royal Botanic Garden
of Jordan
 
Mustafa Al-Shudeifat, Habiba Dingwall & Khalid Al-Khalidi
BGJournal, pp 16-19, July 2013.

 

 

 

 

BOT-ERA project newsletter

 

BOT-ERA Newsletter
Reinforcing Cooperation between the Royal Botanic Garden of Jordan and the European Research Area
July 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Royal Botanic Garden of Jordan
brochure

October 2012.

 

 

 

 

 

CBRR studies on medicinal plants in Jordan's badia

 

Livestock, medicinal plants and rangeland viability
in Jordan's Badia: through the lens of traditional and local knowledge
Raed Al-Tabini, Khalid Al-Khalidi & Mustafa Al-Shudiefat
Pastoralism Journal, May 2012.

 

 

Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants used by local Bedouins in the Badia region of Jordan
Khalid Al Khalidi, Mustafa Shudeifat, Raed Al Tabini & Oraib Nawash
Planta Medica: Journal of Medicinal Plant and Natural Product Research, 2011.

 

 

 

Medicinal plants of the Royal Botanic Garden site at Tal Al-Rumman in Jordan
Hatem Taifour, Oraib Nawash & Ali Al Damen
Planta Medica: Journal of Medicinal Plant and Natural Product Research, 2011.

 

 

 

 

 

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