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Fekry M. Ghazal1, EL-Sayed M. Mahdy, Mohamed S. Abd EL- Fattah, Abd ELGawad Y. EL-Sadany and Naeem M. E. Doha( 2018). The Use Of Microalgae In Bioremediation Of The Textile Wastewater Effluent
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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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Scheduling Irrigation of Corn (Zea Maize Using The Evaporation Pan Method under different potassium levels.
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Samiha Abou El-Fetouh OUDA1,*, Fouad A. KHALIL1, Rashad A. ELENIN2, Mouhamed A. K. SHREIF1,Bogachan BENLI3, Manzour QADIR3 ( 2008). Using Yield-Stress Model in Irrigation Management for Wheat Grown in EgyptJournal of Applied Biological Sciences 2 (1): 57-65, 2008
Abstract: Two field trials were conducted at three sites in Egypt to study the effect of deficit irrigation on wheat yield and consumptive water use. The first trial was conducted at Beni Sweif governorate, where data was available from 1998/99 to 2001/02 growing seasons. The second trial was conducted at two
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Matter, M.E.A.( 2008). Soil Taxonomy And Land Evaluation Of Soils In Suez Governora Te, EgyptEgypt. J. of Appl. Sci., 23(1) 332.343
Abstract: Eight soil profiles represented different soils in the studied area were chosen for this investigation. This study showed that the soils under investigation had strong contrasting in soil texture. Also. these soils had all status of salinity, Le., non-saline, very slightly saline, saline, moderately
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Habashy, N.R., Zaki, R.N. and Awatef A. Mahmoud( 2008). Maximizing Tomato Yield And Its Quality Under Salinity Stress In A Newly Reclaimed Soil Journal of Applied Sciences Research, 4(12): 1867-1875, 2008 © 2008, INSInet Publication
Abstract: A field experiment was carried out on a newly reclaimed saline soil at Gelbana town Sahl El- Tina cultivated with tomato plants (lycopersicon esculentum, L var. 448), and irrigated with saline water derived from El-Salam canal (Nile water mixed with agriculture drainage water, with a ratio of 1:1) d
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Zeinat Kamal M., Nashwa A.H. Fetyan A., Mohamed A. Ibrahim, Sherif El-Nagdy( 2008). Biodegradation And Detoxification Of Malathion By Of Bacillus Thuringiensis MOS-5 Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 2(3): 724-732, ISSN 1991-8178
Abstract: Efficiency of a strain of B. thuringiensis MOS-5 (Bt), isolated from agricultural waste water near Berket El-Sabaa Egypt contaminated with organophosphorus insecticide, for degradation of malathion was investigated. It was able to utilize malathion as a sole carbon and energy source and to degrade i
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Abdallah, S.A.; O.S. Gendy; M.H.Ried and M.A. El-Tohamy( 2007). Rblationship Betweei{ Amorphous Inorganic Materials Ah[D Some Soil Properties Of The North Depressioi{S In The Western Desert Of Egypt Egypt.J. of Appl. Sci.,22(6A) 2A07 357-371
Abstract: Fifteen soil profiles were seiected from some depressions ofthe western Desert cf Egypt for study amorphous materials in relation to soil properties. Data reveal that amorphous silica content ranges from 0.31 to 16.3%, arnorphous alumina ranges beti*reen 0.10 to 3.5Ya, whereas amorphous iron ranges
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Moussa, A. Lobna; Ebtsam, M. Morsy; Abeer, M.A. Shaltout and Soheir, S. Fahmy ( 2007). Efficiency of some bacterial strains for controlling limb rot diseases of peanut in sandy soilEgyptian Journal of Agricultural Research, 85 (3): 781-790
Abstract: Four biocontrol agents; Bacillus subtilis, B. amyloliquefaciens, Pseudomonas synxantha and Brevibacterium otitidis were tested individually and/or in combined mixture for suppression of Rhizoctonia solani on peanut. All tested bacteria moderately inhibited the growth of R. solani. B. amyloliquefacie
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Elham A. Ghabbour a,*, Andreas C. Scheinost b,1, Geoffrey Davies( 2007). XAFS studies of cobalt(II) binding by solid peat and soil-derived humic acids and plant-derived humic acid-like substances Chemosphere 67 (2007) 285–291
Abstract: This work has examined cobalt(II) binding by a variety of solid humic acids (HAs) isolated from peat, plant and soil sources at temperatures down to 60 K. The results confirm that X-ray absorption near-edge spectroscopy (XANES) measurements cannot distinguish between aquo and carboxylato ligands in
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Girgis M.G.Z.; M.S . Sharaf and Heba M.A. Khalil( 2007). Differentiation Between Bradyrhizobium Isolates By Colony Type, Exopolysaccharides And Streptomycin Resistance Journal of Applied Sciences Research, 3(12): 1997-2008, 2007
Abstract: Twenty seven Bradyrhizobium isolates were collected from fresh young nodules developed on soybean seedlings from six different locations in Egypt. After isolation, two types of colony morphology were observed: a “wet” type with flatter and entire edge associated with gum production, and“dry”
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Ouda, S.A.; T. El-Mesiry and 2M.S. Gaballah ( 2007). Effect of Using Stabilizing Agents on Increasing Yield and Water Use Efficiency in Barley Grown under Water StressAustralian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 1(4): 571-577, 2007
Abstract: Two field experiments were conducted during the two successive seasons of 2004/05 and 2005/06 at the Agricultural Experimental Station of National Research Centre, Shalakan, Kalubia Governorate, Egypt to predict the effect of two yield stabilizing agents (magnesium carbonate and sodium salicylate) o
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Ouda,S.A. T. El Mesiry, 1 1 1E.F. Abdallah, 2M.S. Gaballah ( 2007). Effect of Water Stress on the yield of Soybean and Maize Grown under Different Intercropping PatternsAustralian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 1(4): 578-585, 2007
Abstract: Two field experiments were conducted at Giza Agricultural Research Station, Agricultural Research Center, Egypt during 2005 and 2006 growing seasons. The aim of the experiment was to determine the effect of water stress on the yield soybean/maize under different intercropping patterns and their wate
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Manal M. Tantawy, Samiha. A. Ouda, Fouad. A. Khalil( 2007). Irrigation Optimization for Different Sesame Varieties Grown under Water Stress ConditionsJournal of Applied Sciences Research, 3(1): 7-12, 2007
Abstract: Two field experiments were conducted at Shandaweel Agriculture Research Station, Egypt to study the effect of number of applied irrigation on sesame yield and water consumptive use. Yield-Stress model was used in irrigation optimization to maintain high yield. Four sesame varieties were used i.e. Gi
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Ouda,S.A. T. 1 2 El-Mesiry and 2M.S. Gaballah( 2007). Increasing Water Use Efficiency for Wheat Grown under Water Stress ConditionsJournal of Applied Sciences Research, 3(12): 1766-1773, 2007
Abstract: Two field experiments were carried out at Shalakan, Kalubia governorate during 2004/05 and 3 2005/06 growing seasons to study the effect of the application of MgCO on increasing water use efficiency of wheat grown under water stress. Five irrigation treatments (control, skipping irrigation at 3 grai
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EI-Sebaey,M.M;M. E. Matter; T. A.EI-Magraby; and M.M.EL-Toukby( 2007). The Complementarity Effect Between Biogas Manure, Bio And N- Fertilizers On Yield And Nutrients Uptake By Barley PlantEgypt.]. of Appl. Sci., 22(4A) 304.316
Abstract: Tow pot experiments were conducted in the Agricultural Research Station in Giza on barley plants (Hardeun vulgar, Giza 124) at 2004/ 2005 and 2005/2006 seasons. This investigation was carried out to study the effect of bio fertilizer(a mixture of Azotobzcter spp and Azospirillum spp) alone or mixed
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AbdEI-Razik,F.S.; H.M.A.EI-Tapey;M.A.EI-Tohamy and M.A.M.EI-Bassiouy ( 2007). Physical, Chemical And Mineralogical Studies On The Soils Of Kom-Ombo Western Plain, Egypt Egypt. j. of Appl. Sei.,22(2B) 2007 861-877
Abstract: Kom Ombo Western plain adjacent to the Nile valley is the most prospective area for agricultural expansion in Egypt. Mineralogical, physiochemical classification and land capability classification are the main steps for this goal. Ten soil profiles representing the main gyomorphic units in the Kom-
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EI-Tapey, H. M. A.( 2007). Mineralogy Of The Sand Fraction And Its Relation To Origin And Mode Of Formation Of Some Soils Of North Western Coast Of EgyptEgypt. J. of Appl. Sci.,22(12A) 2007 301-314
Abstract: A mineralogical study of the sand fraction was conducted on some soil profiles representing the different geomorphic units of the North western coast of Egypt between Sidi Barrani and EI-Sallum to evaluate the nature and origin ofthese soils. Data of the statistical size arameters showed that the s
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