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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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Ashry, M.R.K; Farrag, F.R. M; Abdou, S. M. M. and El-Akram, M.F.I.( 2012). Rationalization of irrigation water use for faba bean (vicia faba L.).Fayoum J. Agric. Res. & Dev., Vol. 26, No.1, January, 2012
Abstract: The present investigation was conducted at Fayoum Agric. Res. Station (Tamiea), Fayoum Governorate, Egypt during 2009/2010 and 2010/2011 seasons to study the combined effect of ridge width (60, 80 and 100 cm) and available soil moisture depletion (35, 55 and 75% ASMD) on seeds yield, yield component
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Lobna A. Moussa, Mohy E.A. and El Banna Ib.M.( 2012). Zea Mays Cultivar Behavior as Affected by Rhizobium radiobacter Inoculation in Salt-Stressed EnvironmentsJournal of American Science (2012) 8(7): 743-750
Abstract: Response variation for salt tolerance was assessed in two Zea mays L. cultivars; Giza 2 (salt tolerant) and Hybrid triple 314 (salt sensitive) amended in presence of Rhizobium radiobacter strain (HQ 395610-Egypt) under two N fertilization regimes (75% and 100%). Soil samples tested for enzymatic act
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Abd El-Latif, K.M.; E.A.M. Osman; R. Abdullah and N. Abd el Kader( 2011). Response of potato plants to potassium fertilizer rates and soil moisture deficitAdvances in Applied Science Research, 2011, 2 (2): 388-397
Abstract: Two Field experiments on potato (Solanum tuberosum, L.) crop were carried out at El-Qanater Horticultural Research station, Kalubiya, Governorate, Egypt for two successive seasons 2009 and 2010. The study concerned the use of different rates of potassium fertilization (72, 96 and 120 kg K2O/fed.) un
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Khaled, A. Shaban; Mona, G. Abd El-Kader and Seham, M. El-Khadrawy( 2011). Evaluation of organic farm and compost combined with urea fertilizers on fertility and maize productivity in newly reclaimedResearch Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, 7(5): 388-397,
Abstract: A study was carried out to evaluate the application of compost and organic farm combination with different rates from urea fertilizers on soil fertility and maize productivity under sandy saline soil condition in Gelbana, North Sina. During two successive summer seasons, 2010 and 2011. Organic farm
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Salwa, A.I. Eisa, Mohamed B. Taha, Mohamedin, A.M. Abdalla( 2011). Amendment of soil fertility and augmentation of the quantity and quality of soybean crop by using phosphorus and micronutrientsInternational Journal Of Academic Research Vol. 3. No. 2. March, 2011, Part III
Abstract: A field trial was conducted in an old land at the Middle Egypt area (Sids Agric. Res. Station), Beni Suief Governorate, during summer seasons 2009, using three varieties of soybean plants (Giza 22, Giza 35and Giza 111), to study the effect of phosphorus at three rates zero (P0), 36 (P1) and 72 (P2)
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Ismail.M, El-Shemy, A.S.A, and Shoman, M.M( 2010). Land evaluation of physiographic units in some wadies in the eastern desert of Egypt using remote sensing and geographic information systemJ. Biol. Chem. Environ. Sci., 2010, 5(1), 19-42
Abstract: Visual interpretation of Landsat-7 ETM-7 bands 4, 3 and 2 was depending on many elements such as tone, shape, size, pattern, texture, shadow, and association. The interpretation was done to extract all important landscape. A physiographic analysis using visual interpretation was carried out to delin
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Ebtsam, M. Morsy; Neveen M. Galal and Hager I. Tolba( 2010). Biological control of root-knot nematode by some microorganisms on tomato plantsN. Egypt. J. Microbiol. Vol. 26, May, 130-144
Abstract: A pot experiment was conducted under greenhouse conditions (Nematodes Res. Dept., Plant Pathology Institute, Agricultural Research Center, Giza, Egypt) to evaluate potentialities of Pseudomonas fluorescens, Azotobacter chroococcum, Candida sp. and AM fungi individually or in combination for controll
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Mohamedin, A.A.M., M.S. Awaad and Azza R. Ahmed ( 2010). The Negative Role of Soil Salinity and Waterlogging on Crop Productivity in the Northeastern Region of the Nile Delta,.Research Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, 6(4): 378-385,
Abstract: Soil salinity and Waterlogging conditions are the major threats to the sustainability of irrigated agriculture lands in Egypt. About 40% of the cultivated area is affected to some extent by waterlogging and soil salinity as solely elements or together. A sample of 26 pilot areas were selected to eva
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Mazen, M.M., Ebtsam, M. Morsy and H.H.M. Soltan( 2009). Mechanisms of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria suppressed damping-off, root rot and wilt diseases of lupine.Egypt. J. of Appl. Sci., 24 (2B): 428-445
Abstract: Different strains of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) were used to control damping-off, root rot and wilt dead plants of lupine under greenhouse and field conditions. Most of the tested strains produced indole acetic acid (IAA), siderophores and hydrogen cyanide in vitro. Culture filtrate
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Ebtsam M. Morsy, Nadia H. El-Batanony and Osama N. Massoud( 2009). Improvement of Sorghum bicolor L. growth and yield in response to Azotobacter chroococcum, compost water extracts and Aarbascular mycorrhiza fungi: different application methodsN. Egypt. J. Microbiol. Vol. 23, May, 128-145
Abstract: Two field experiments were conducted on a sandy clay loam soil, in a private farm at Kafr Dawood, Menoufiya, Egypt during two successive summer seasons of 2006-2007 to assess the response of Sorghum bicolor L. to inoculation with Azotobacter chroococcum and/or AM mycorrhia fungi, applied by two diff
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Massoud, O.N.; Ebtsam M. Morsy and Nadia H. El-Batanony( 2009). Field Response of Snap Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) To N2-fixers Bacillus Circulans and Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Inoculation Through Accelerating Rock Phosphate and Feldspar WeatheringAustralian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 3(2): 844-852
Abstract: This study was conducted in two successive seasons of 2006-2007 in a private farm at Kafr Dawood, Menoufiya, Egypt. It aimed to investigate the effect of inoculation of snap bean plants with2 2 biofertilizers (AM- mycorrhizal fungi, symbiotic N -fixers (Rhizobium sp.) and asymbiotic N –fixers (Az
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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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Mohamedin, A.A.M., A.A. Abd El-Kader and Nadia M. Badran( 2006). Response of Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) to Plants Salt Stress under Different Water Table DepthsJournal of Apllied Sciences Research, 2(12): 1175-1184, 2006
Abstract: Field plot study was initiated to determine the effects of different soil types, i.e. different salt affected soil and soil water depth on growth of sunflower ( Helianthus annuus L.) through the first 30 days. A field plots experiment were conducted in senores El-Fayoum governorate, through 12 soil
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