Anteneh Belayneh Desta


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Rank Lecturer
Specialization Biodiversity conservation and management
  • Anteneh Belayneh, Zemede Asfaw,Sebsebe Demissew, Negussie F. Bussa (2012) Potential and Use of Medicinal Plants by Pastoral and Agro-Pastoral Communities in Erer Valley of Babile Wereda, Eastern Ethiopia. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine, 8: 42.
  • Anteneh Belayneh and Sebsibe Demissew (2011). Diversity and Population Structure of Woody Species Browsed By Elephants in Babile Elephant Sanctuary, Eastern Ethiopia: An Implication for Conservation. Ee-JRIF Vol 3 No. 1 2011 – Agriculture and Forestry Issue: ppp 20-32.
  • Preetha V.V., Belayneh A., Palavesan A., Emmanuel G, Taddese Z. (2012)  Effects of Dietary Nutrient Sources on Nitrogen and Phosphorus Loading from Culture of Tiger Shrimp (Penaeus monodon). J. Aquaculture Res. Dev. 3:141 doi: 10.4172/2155-9546.1000141.
  • Anteneh Belayneh. (2010). Agro-Forestry Farming Practice as a Source of Reputable Local Products I the Ethiopian mid-altitude and highlands. Proceedings of the 5th African Agriculture Science Week. Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.
  • Anteneh Belayneh and Biosvert V. (2008). Amaro Coffee (Amaro Qamo) Cultivated in the Tofe Gode with the Famous Traditional Practice of Angure: Among the Ethiopia’s  Specialties to be likely a GI Candidate. Ethiopian Home Garden, Paris and Addis Ababa, IRD/EPA.
  • Anteneh Belayneh and Temesgen Yohanes (2009). Extensive Forest Fire of the 2007/8 in the Bale Mountains National Park of Southest Ethiopia: Extent, Causes and Consequences. Proceedings in : Tackling the Frequent Forest Fire Incidence in the Ethiopia (Eds. Ensermu Kelbessa and Abenet Girma). Forum for Environment, pp. 47-76.
  • Anteneh Belayneh (2012) Floristic Analysis and Ethnobotany in Babile Elephant Sanctuary-Ethiopia. Sebsebe and Tamirat (eds) LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, ISBN-978-3-659-11599-8, Printed in the USA at (
  • Anteneh Belayneh (2011). Ethnobotanical study on edible wild and other useful plants used by the local communities in the Babile Elephant Sanctuary, Eastern Ethiopia. Proceedings: An International Conference on Ecosystem Conservation and Sustainable Development (ECOCASD 2011) held in Ambo University, 10-12 February 2011,page 84, Ambo, Ethiopia.