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Frey, C. M., E. Parlow, R. Vogt, M. Harhash, and M. A. M. Wahab, "Flux Measurements in Cairo", Int. J. Climatol, 2011. Abstract
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Frey, C. M., E. Parlow, R. Vogt, M. Harhash, and M. A. M. Wahab, "Flux Measurements in Cairo", Int. J. Climatol, vol. 4, pp. 2635-2660, 2011. AbstractCU-PDF.pdf

Cairo Air Pollution and Climate (CAPAC) is dedicated to the understanding of the urban energy balance inCairo, Egypt, through measurements from space and at ground stations. The in situ measurements will provide a focused insight into three carefully chosen microclimates (urban, suburban-agriculture, and suburban-desert) and provide at the sametime ground-truth data for satellite image analysis, which will expand the acquired knowledge into the spatial domain. Insitu measurements were made during a field campaign in Greater Cairo from November 2007 to February 2008. In thisstudy, the dataset of the CAPAC measurement campaign will be presented and analysed in terms of use for a remote sensingstudy. Measured variables complied with our expectations. The urban area featured a distinct nocturnal heat island. Duringthe day the choice of reference station was responsible for the magnitude of the heat island. The diurnal cycle of radiativetemperature at the suburban-desert station clearly exceeded the one at the urban station, thus the urban setting seemed tohave a better heat storage than the suburban-desert. The stations also determined the partitioning of the turbulent heat fluxes.
While in Cairo and at the suburban-desert station most of the available energy was partitioned into the sensible heat flux,the suburban-agricultural station maintained a high latent heat flux. The radiation and soil heat flux measurements provedto be applicable for comparison with remotely sensed data. However, the analysis of the turbulent heat fluxes showedthat several constraints exist: measured fluxes tend to underestimate the actual flux and directional effects complicate theinterpretation. An energy balance closure and footprint modelling is necessary to compare measured fluxes with satelliteimage retrieved products. Finally, turbulent fluxes are time averages, which is contrary to the remote sensing principle. Consequently, a direct use is problematic.

Fricke, F., and S. Ettouney, "On ‘Wind profiles over a Suburban site and wind effects on a half full-scale model building’", Building Science, vol. 8, no. 4: Pergamon, pp. 379–380, 1973. Abstract
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Fricsovszky, G., E. Papp, G. Meszena, and A. El-Lakkani, "Kinetics of the M state of bacteriorhodopsin", Studia Biophysica, vol. 111, issue 1, pp. 23-34, 1986.
Frikha, M., D. G. Valencia, M. P. Serrano, H. M. Safaa, R. Lazaro, and G. G. Mateos, "Ileal amino acids digestibility of raw and heat-processed pea protein concentrates in broilers.", JOURNAL OF POULTRY SCIENCE, vol. 89, no. Suppl. 1: ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC, pp. 813, 2010. Abstract
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Frikha, M., H. M. Safaa, D. G. Valencia, M. P. Serrano, and G. G. Mateos, "Influence of main cereal of the diet and feed form on growth performance and digestive traits of brown pullets from 1 to 120 days of age", POULTRY SCIENCE, vol. 87: POULTRY SCIENCE ASSOC INC 1111 N DUNLAP AVE, SAVOY, IL 61874-9604 USA, pp. 109–109, 2008. Abstract
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Frikha, M., H. M. Safaa, M. P. Serrano, X. Arbe, and G. G. Mateos, "Influence of the main cereal and feed form of the diet on performance and digestive tract traits of brown-egg laying pullets", Poultry science, vol. 88, no. 5: Oxford University Press, pp. 994–1002, 2009. Abstract
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Frikha, M., D. G. Valencia, M. P. Serrano, H. M. Safaa, R. Lazaro, and G. G. Mateos, "Ileal amino acids digestibility of raw and heat-processed pea protein concentrates in broilers.", JOURNAL OF POULTRY SCIENCE, vol. 89, no. Suppl. 1: ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC, pp. 813, 2010. Abstract
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Frikha, M., H. M. Safaa, M. P. Serrano, E. Jiménez-Moreno, R. Lázaro, and G. G. Mateos, "Influence of the main cereal in the diet and particle size of the cereal on productive performance and digestive traits of brown-egg laying pullets", Animal feed science and technology, vol. 164, no. 1: Elsevier, pp. 106–115, 2011. Abstract
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Frikha, M., H. M. Safaa, M. P. Serrano, E. Jim, R. Lazaro, and G. G. Mateos, "Influence of the Main Cereal In the Diet and Particle Size of the Cereal on Productive Performance and Digestive Traits of Brown-Egg Laying Pullets", Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2011. Abstract

A total of 864 brown-egg laying pullets was used to study the effects of the main cereal of the diet (500 g maize or wheat/kg) and particle size of the cereal (hammer milled to pass through a 6-, 8-, and 10-mm screen) on growth performance and digestive traits from 1 to 120 d of age. Each of the six treatments was replicated six times (24 pullets per replicate). Type of cereal did not affect pullet performance at any age.From1 to 45 d of age, body weight (BW) gain was increased (P<0.001) and feed conversion ratio was improved (P<0.05) as the particle size of the cereal was reduced, but no effects were observed after this age. At 45 d of age, pullets fed maize tended (P<0.10) to have a heavier relative weight (RW, g/kg BW) of the total digestive tract and proventriculi and a higher relative length (RL, cm/kg BW) of the small intestines (SI) than pullets fed wheat. Also at this age, the RW of the digestive tract increased (P<0.05) with increases in the particle size of the cereal. At 120 d of age, dietary treatment did not affect the RW of any of the organs studied or gizzard pH but the RL of the SI was higher (P<0.05) for pullets fed wheat than for pullets fed maize. Also, the RL of the SI was reduced (P<0.05) as the particle size of the cereal increased. We conclude that 500 g wheat/kg can be included in pullet feeds from 1 to 120 d of age, and that particle size of the cereal affects pullet performance during the first 45 d of life but not thereafter. Therefore, it is recommended to grind the cereal used in this period with a screen size of no more than 8mm.

Frikha, M., H. M. Safaa, D. G. Valencia, M. P. Serrano, and G. G. Mateos, "Influence of main cereal of the diet and feed form on growth performance and digestive traits of brown pullets from 1 to 120 days of age", POULTRY SCIENCE, vol. 87: POULTRY SCIENCE ASSOC INC 1111 N DUNLAP AVE, SAVOY, IL 61874-9604 USA, pp. 109–109, 2008. Abstract
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Frikha, M., H. M. Safaa, E. Jiménez-Moreno, R. Lázaro, and G. G. Mateos, "Influence of energy concentration and feed form of the diet on growth performance and digestive traits of brown egg-laying pullets from 1 to 120 days of age", Animal feed science and technology, vol. 153, no. 3: Elsevier, pp. 292–302, 2009. Abstract
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Frikha, M., H. M. Safaa, M. P. Serrano, E. Jiménez-Moreno, R. Lázaro, and G. G. Mateos, "Influence of the main cereal in the diet and particle size of the cereal on productive performance and digestive traits of brown-egg laying pullets", Animal Feed Science and Technology, vol. 164, pp. 106-115, 2011. frikha_et_al_2011.pdf
Fritsch, K. O., Hamoud, H., Grossmann, A., Abdel-Maksoud, G., Badr, akl, H. Allam, A., Nur el-din, A., and M. Soliman, "The Orthopedic Diseases of Ancient Egypt", The Anatomical Record, vol. 298, pp. 1036–1046, 2015.
Fritsche, H., T. Heilmann, R. J. Tower, C. Hauser, A. von Au, D. El-Sheikh, G. M. Campbell, G. Alp, D. Schewe, S. Hübner, et al., "TRAIL-R2 promotes skeletal metastasis in a breast cancer xenograft mouse model", Oncotarget, vol. 6, no. 11: Impact Journals, LLC, pp. 9502, 2015. Abstract
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Froehlich, G., A. Kamel, and P. G. Sorenson, "Exploring O-O framework usage", Proceedings of the 22nd international conference on Software (ICSE00), 2000.
Fu, W., V. Vukojevic, R. Soudy, A. Patel, D. Westaway, K. Kaur, V. Goncharu, and J. Jhamandas, "Role of microglial amylin receptors in mediating beta amyloid (Aβ)-induced inflammation", Journal of Neuroinflammation, vol. 14, issue 199, 2017. role.pdf
Fu, Y., M. Ait Mansour, G. Allaire, A. Arai, N. M. Atakishiyev, T. Azizov, G. Bangerezako, A. Barsukov, N. Bayram, and J. - M. Belley, "Fisher, Brian, 364 Fotouhi, Morteza, 122 Frankowska, H., 714", J. Math. Anal. Appl, vol. 306, pp. 767-768, 2005. Abstract
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Fujii, R., S. Fujita, T. Waseda, Y. Oka, H. Takagi, H. Tomizawa, T. Sasagawa, S. Makinoda, M. Cavagna, D. P. A. F. Braga, et al., "Posters * Reproductive Endocrinology (i.e. PCOS, Menarche, Menopause etc.)", Human Reproduction, vol. 25, 2010. Abstract
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Fujikawa, Y., N. Sakurai, S. Sendo, T. Oka, H. Yamana, K. G. Ofosu-Budu, H. El-Shemy, and K. Fujita, "Sugar metabolism in expanding husk leaves of flint corn (Zea mays L.) genotypes differing in husk leaf size", The Journal of Agricultural Science, vol. 139, issue 01: Cambridge University Press, pp. 37-45, 2002. Abstract
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Fujita, K., H. El-Shemy, N. Sakurai, and S. Sendo, "Sugar metabolism in expanding husk leaf of flint corn (Zea mays L.) genotypes differing in husk leaf size", Plant Nutrition: Springer Netherlands, pp. 278-279, 2001. Abstract
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Fujita, K., M. I. Chaudhary, A. Fujita, Y. Kai, M. Takayanagi, H. El Shemy, and J. J. Adu-Gyamfi, Photosynthesized carbon translocation and distribution of crops adapted, , 2002. Abstract
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Fujita, K., Y. Kai, M. Takayanagi, H. El-Shemy, J. J. Adu-Gyamfi, and P. K. Mohapatra, "Genotypic variability of pigeonpea in distribution of photosynthetic carbon at low phosphorus level", Plant Science, vol. 166, issue 3: Elsevier, pp. 641-649, 2004. Abstract
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Fujita, K., M. I. Chaudhary, A. Fujita, Y. Kai, M. Takayanagi, H. El Shemy, and J. J. Adu-Gyamfi, "Photosynthesized carbon translocation and distribution of crops adapted to low-nutrient environments", Food Security in Nutrient-Stressed Environments: Exploiting Plants’ Genetic Capabilities: Springer Netherlands, pp. 91-101, 2002. Abstract
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Fujita, K., Y. Nomura, M. Sawajiri, P. K. Mohapatra, H. A. EL-SHEMY, N. T. Nguyen, M. Hosokawa, K. Miyashita, T. Maeda, and H. Saneoka, "The extracts of Japanese willow tree species are effective forapoptotic desperation or differentiation of acute myeloid leukemia cells", Pharmacognosy magazine, vol. 10, issue 38: Medknow Publications, pp. 125, 2014. Abstract
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