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Dr. Mohamed Ismail

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Dr. Mohamed Ryad Ahmed

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Period:  1954 - 1957

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Ahmed M. Eldin( 2017). Synergistic saccharification by mixture of several fungal semi purified cellulose degrading enzymes
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Azza, A. Ghazi( 2017). Potential for Biochar as an Alternate Carrier to Peat Moss for the Preparation of Rhizobia Bio Inoculum,
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Amin Ismail Hasan ( 2014).
Evaluation Of Slow Release N-Fertilizers In Comparison With Others N- Fertilizers In Some Soils Of Egypt.
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Mona Fekry Ghazal ( 2014).
Biochemical Activities of Some Domestic Bacterial Isolates Against Some Root Rot Fungi Of Common Bean.
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Ibrahim Abdel Aziem El- Akhdar ( 2014).
Role Of Some N2- Fixing microorganisms On Wheat Productivity Under Salt Stress.
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Esam Sayed Kasem Zorkany( 2014).
Scheduling Irrigation of Corn (Zea Maize Using The Evaporation Pan Method under different potassium levels.
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Dalia A. Sayed and Amal El-Guibali R. A. El-Dissoky ( 2016). Potassium fertilization, compost and bio- fertilizer for improving potato productivity, its quality and profitability in sand soil,. Menoufia Journal Of Soil Science – Volume 1 August 2016 .
Abstract: Nutrient management become more important to be discussed to obtain optimum yield with maximum profitability, So, two field experiments were conducted in spilt plot design at El-Sharawy village in EL-Bostan area – Noubaria Region, Elbehera governorate (Latitude 30° 43' 22.01" N, Longitude 30° 16
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Shreen S. Ahmed, Mohamed A. M. Atia, Gehan H. Abd El-Aziz, Ashraf H. Fahmy( 2016). Evaluation of phyto-chemical remediation approaches to remedy hydrocarbon from oil polluted soils and their impact on soil microbial communities using RAPD and ISSR markersAmerican Journal of Agricultural Science 2016; 3(3): 48-58
Abstract: Soil contamination by petroleum hydrocarbons is one of the world’s most common environmental problems. Remediation of the petroleum contaminated soil is essential to maintain the sustainable development of soil ecosystem. In this study, we evaluate the efficiency of different Phyto-chemical approa
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Gehan H. Abd El-Aziz, Shreen S. Ahmed1, K. El Mangoury and Ashraf H. Fahmy( 2016). Using different growth regulators in wheat to overcome negative effects of drought stress as one of climate change impacts and evaluation of genetic variation using ISSR Advances in Environmental Biology, 2016; 10 (6) 82-91.
Abstract: Drought is a worldwide problem, constraining global crop production seriously and recent global climate change has made this situation more serious. This study was planned to evaluate the potential of kinetin and salicylic acid as a growth regulator to overcome the negative effects of stimulated dro
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El Tohamy, S. A.; Gehan H. Abd Elaziz and Shreen S. Ahmed( 2016). Degradation of chlorinated organic pollutants via synthesis of zero iron nanoparticles in aqueous systemsJ. Soil Sci. and Agric. Eng., Mansoura Univ., Vol. 7 (9): 659 - 663.
Abstract: Nanotechnology is a branch with a great potential and boost today. Nano materials are being widely used for the remediation of toxic pollutants. This study evaluates effectively of using commercial zerovalent iron (ZVI) powder and laboratory-synthesized nanoscale zerovalent iron (NZVI) particles und
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Ismail, M. Yehia, H. A., and Morsy, I. ( 2016). Natural Resources Assessment and Sea Level Rise Impact Using GIS and RS for North Alexandria and Kafr El Dawar District, Egypt. Alex. Sci. Exch. J. Vol. 37(4): 831 – 850.
Abstract: Timely and reliable information on soils with respect to their nature, extent, spatial distribution is very crucial for optimal utilization of available natural resources on a sustained basis. The technological advances in the field of remote sensing, Global Positioning System (GPS) and Geographic I
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Ismail, M. Yehia, H. A. and Morsy, I.( 2016). Environmental Study for Rashid and Idko Districts, El Behira Governorate, Egypt by using Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System techniques. 1- Land and Water Resources Assessment for Sustainable Agricultural Development. Alex. J. Agric. Sci. Alexandria Univ., 61 (3): 315 - 332.
Abstract: The three main Nile Delta wetland ecosystems, Manzala, Burullus and Idko lagoons, are among the most ecologically important and productive habitats in Egypt. The study area located between 31o 10\ and 31 o30 \ N and 30 o 10\ and 30o 35\ E with total area about 104522 fed. The study area includes Idk
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Yehia, H. A. ( 2016). Evaluation of Some Different Remotely Sensing Techniques for Monitoring and Mapping Surface Soil Salinity in Arid Ecosystems: A Case Study, Siwa Oasis, Matrouh Governorate. J. Agric. & Env. Sci. Dam. Univ. Egypt. Vol (14) 3: 108 – 131
Abstract: Waterlogging and salinization are the twin evils of the irrigated agriculture in arid and semi-arid areas, which reduce the productivity of agricultural lands adversely. Managing salinity so as to minimize its environmental impact is a prerequisite for long-term sustainability of irrigated agricultu
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Abou El-Defan, T.A. S.A.A. El-Raies , H.M El-Kholy and A.Sh.A. Osman( 2016). A Summary of Water Suitability Criteria for IrrigationJ. Soil Sci. and Agric. Eng., Mansoura Univ., Vol. 7 (12): 981 - 989
Abstract: This scientific article aims to summarize the most important measurements of the quality of water for use in irrigation of various crops. The goal is to help professionals and researchers in the soil, water and environment field in the selection of appropriate alternatives to face potential problems
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Samir A. El-Gendi ; A. Sh. A. Osman and M.H. Abdel- Aal( 2016). Environmental assessment of some heavy metals in Khor Garf- Hussin sediments (Nasser lake, Aswan, Egypt)., Zn Egypt . J. of Appl. Sci., 31 (10) 248 -258
Abstract: Lake Nasser and its khors is considered the sole source of surface fresh water reservoir and provide more than 95% of the Egyptian fresh water budget. Therefore, water pollution control is clearly one of the most critical challenges. In the present study, six heavy metals in the Khor Garf –Hussin
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Khadiga I. M. El-Gabry, Ahmed M. Eldin and Sanaa S. H. Sarabana( 2016). Optimizing Growth Conditions Provoked Ethanol Production by Fungi Grown on FructoseMiddle East Journal of Applied Sciences (2016) volume 6 (3): 479-489
Abstract: Nine fungal strains known for their cellulolytic activities including: Aspergillus oryzae, Aspergillus versicolor-I, Aspergillus versicolor-II, Fusarium oxysporum, Fusarium oxysporum-I, Mucor indicus, Penicillium citrinum, Phanerochaete chrysosporium and Pleurotus sp., were tested for their fermenta
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Enshrah I. M. El-Maaz* and Fatma S.H. Ismail( 2016). Impact Of Bio-Fertilizer, Humic Acid And Compost Tea Applications On Soil Properties And Egyptian Clover Productivity Under Saline Soil Conditions. J.Soil Sci. and Agric. Eng., Mansoura Univ., Vol. 7 (9):611 - 622, 2016
Abstract: Two field experiments were conducted during winter seasons of 2014/2015 and 2015/2016 at Sahl El-Hossinia Agric. Res. Station, El-Sharkia – Governorate, Egypt to evaluate the effect of humic acid, compost tea and bio-fertilizer using two methods of application (foliar and soaking) on some chemica
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Khadra A. Abbady; Enshrah I. M. El-Maaz; Hoda M. R. M. Ahmed and A.A. Zohry( 2016). Carbon Sequestration as a Function of Intercropping Management Practice and Different Nitrogenous Fertilizer TypesJ. Soil Sci. and Agric. Eng., Mansoura Univ., Vol. Vol. 7(8): 565 - 586.
Abstract: This study has been carried out through an experiment conducted at El-Giza Agricultural Research Station to examine the short-term effects (3 years) of two cropping patterns-based on intercropping system and N fertilization on quantifying of crop& soil carbon sequestration and soil carbon dioxide em
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El-Zehery T.M. and Ghazi, A.A. ( 2016). Impact of biochar and biofertilizatin on guar plant (cyamopsis tetragonoloba l. Taub) and sandy soil fertility. Procedings of 1 th International Conference of Applied Microbiology – March 1-3: 49-61.
Abstract: Two pot experiments were conducted during the two successive summer seasons of 2013 and 2014 at a wire proof greenhouse of Sakha Agricultural Research Station, Sakha, Kafr El-Sheikh governorate, Egypt. The experiment aimed to evaluate the effects of adding different levels of biochar (w/w) (C0= with
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Ghazi, A.A and Attia E. A. ( 2016). Effect of chemical, bio fertilization and compost tea spraying on growth and productivity of Zantedeschia bulbs.Scientific J. of Flowers and Ornamental Plants. Vol. 3 (3): 147-166.
Abstract: A pot experiment was carried out during two successive seasons of 2013/2014 and 2014/2015 in a split design to determine if compost tea spraying and Enterobacter cloacae KX034162 inoculation under phosphorus fertilization levels influence plant development, rhizome weight and chemical constituents o
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Omara,A.A; Ghazi, A.A, El-Akhdar I.A. (( 2016). Isolation and Identification of Zinc Dissolving Bacteria and Their Potential on Growth of Zea maysEgypt. J. Microbiol. 51, pp.29 – 43.
Abstract: Twenty-five bacterial isolates were isolated from mature compost and evaluated for their solubilization potential of insoluble zinc oxide and zinc carbonate. An efficient zinc-solubilizing bacterial isolate (Zn14) were chosen. Thereafter, some morphological and biochemical characteristics as well a
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