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Chief  Barat Abdul oglu Ahmadov 
PhD in biology
Total number of employees 29 
Basic activity directions   The main scientific directions of the Center include the study of the current state of the economically important species, the ways of combating the pest control, the efficient entomophags and methods of artificial reproduction in rare species etc.  
Main scientific achievements  A massive reproduction method has been developed for the first time in the country's water basins and up to 700 children have been admitted to a private pond in the Mingachevir scientific-experimental station.

Rare birds Caucasian and Zumrud poultry reproduction in room and semi-volatile conditions were compared comparatively with optimal variants for their mass reproduction. As a result of experiments 50 children (3-4 months) are fed.

Cranberries and walnut pests, their entomophagus were studied thoroughly for the first time,, 30 species of pest from 17 species and 12 species of entomophagus from walnut, 5 species of walnut from corticosteroids, 4 species of butterflies, and 4 species belonging to the same group and 13 species of entomophages were recorded.

The current situation in the Neftchala and Aghdash regions of cotton fox, which is a fearsome pest of agricultural crops, has been studied and compared with the phenological point of view.

Habrobrakone hepatic parasitoids, which are effective entomophagous, are tested in laboratory conditions as well as other pests (pomegranate fruits, walnut fruits, wax candles, etc.) along with cotton swabs.

For the first time, a new arrival species that has been damaging to cotton plants in the agro-gene has been reported to be mass-spread (Pambig Leaf Fever: Syllepte derogota). At present his biology is investigated.

Steinernema feltiae, an effective nematode against collagen beetle, which is a serious pest of potatoes, has been tested on a candle moth and artificial food (dog food) and has been tested for its resistance to various dose insecticides and has been found to be in conjunction with 0,02-0,03% solution of Arrive-chiperine application has been found to be more efficient.

For the first time, the nematode belonging to the Hexamermis genus of the Mermitidae family was recorded in Gedebey region (Novoivanovka village). The incidence of immunosuppression was 66.7%.

The characteristics of adaptation of morphological, bioecological and living conditions of the watercress (Natrix Tesselota) in the eastern territories of Azerbaijan were firstly investigated; its 28 morphs were identified.

The species belonging to the Barabarangan family belonging to the pomegranate plant, belonging to the Coccinellidae family of three species (Aphis punicae P., Ceroplastes japonicus G., Pseudococcus comstocki K.), belonging to the species of Longbug insects (Gracilia minuta F., Tricoferus fasciculatus F.) 15 predators have been detected.

The topic of "Creating Dynamic Mathematical Models of Biological Processes" is the dissemination of Exinococcosis between human and embroidery pets, Spider-Man (Scorpiones), Solifugae and Spider-Tarantul (Aranei), Dynamics of Dynamics of Competitive Nutrition and Green Oaks Leaf models were developed.

During this time, 1 teaching aids, 1 brochure, 27 scientific works were published, and 32 scientific works were published. More than 70% of works were published in foreign publishing houses.

During this period, 2 grants have been implemented by the collaborators, participated in various international conferences and international business trips were carried out.