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M.Y.Amin, and et al, "“The Chemical Evolution in a model of Contracting cloud”,", Earth Moon and Planets, vol. 75,, pp. 25., 1997.
Ibrahima, H. S., M. E. Albakri, W. R. Mahmoud, H. A. Allam, A. M. Reda, and H. A. Abdel-Aziz, "“Synthesis and biological evaluation of some novel thiobenzimidazole derivatives as anti-renal cancer agents through inhibition of c-MET kinase”", Bioorganic Chemistry , vol. 85, pp. 337-348, 2019.
Moustafa Hussein, A. M., H. M. A. M. A. M., "“Speed Control of DC Motor Using Fuzzy Logic",", Proceeding of MEPCON'96, Alexandria - Egypt, Sponsored by, Egypt,: Alexandria University, pp. 111–116, 1996. Abstract
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Wahed, M. A., S. A. Samy, and M. Montaser, "“Root Cause Analysis for medical equipment calibration laboratory nonconformities“", 5th Cairo International Biomedical Engineering Conf. CIBEC 2010, Cairo, 2010.
Ahmad M. Yousef, Hesham M. Osman, Maged Georgy, and N. A. B. Yehia, "“Risk Assessment for Ad Hoc Construction Contracts” ", 13th Arab Structural Engineering Conference, , University of Blida, Algeria, 2015.
Reem, E. - G., I. K. Maamoun, and M. Noha, "“Quantitative evaluation of the administrated dose affecting image quality in myocardial perfusion SPECT”", Journal of X-Ray Science and Technology , vol. 22, pp. 529-537, 2014.
Medany, S. ’aS., K. M. Ismail, and W. A. Badawy, "“Polyaminoanthraquinone modified electrodes – Kinetics of polymerization and Electroanalytical applications” ", The 61st Annual Meeting of the International Soceity of Electrochemistry, 26 September to 1 October, 2010, Nice, France , Nice, France, 26 September, 2010.
Badawy, W. A., K. M. Ismail, and S. ’aS. Medany, "“Polyaminoanthraquinone modified electrodes as electroanalytical sensors”;", Int. J. Electrochem. Sci.; , vol. 6, pp. 4204 – 4217, 2011.
Badawy, W. A., K. M. Ismail, Z. M. Khalifa, and S. S. Medany, "“Poly(2-aminobiphenyl), Preparation, Characterization, Mechanism and Kinetics of the electropolymerization Process";", J. Polymer Sci. , vol. 125, pp. 3410-3418, 2012.
Mageid, A. M. A. E., L. Adel, Y. Mounir, and undefined, "“Placenta Previa; MRI as an adjunct to ultrasound in assessment of suspected placental invasion", Egyptian Journal Of Radiology and Nuclear medicine, 2017.
A.M., E., M. S. Magd, S. S.; Zaghloul, and A. A. Ezzat, M.I. and Sleem, "“Phytochemical and pharmacological Study of the phenolic and carbohydrate content of Ocimum Kilimandscharicum Guerke growimg in Egypt", 31 st Conference Of Pharmaceutical Sciences Egyptian Pharmaceutical Society,, Cairom Egypt, Dec.,2008.
Tadros, S. H., H. H. Eid, C. G. Michel, and A. A. Sleem, "“Phytochemical and Biological Study of Quisqualis Indica L. Grown in Egypt”.", Egyptian Journal of Biomedical Sciences. , vol. 15, pp. 414-434, 2004.
Badawy, W. A., K. M. Ismail, and S. ’aS. Medany, "“Optimization of the electropolymerization of 1-amino-9,10-anthraquinone conducting films from aqueous media”. ", Electrochim. Acta, vol. 51, pp. 6353-6360, 2006.
M.Y.Amin, and et al, "“New Chemical models for dense portion of NGC7023”", Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. , vol. 290, pp. 347, 1997.
Madney, Y., R. Khedr, H. Al-Mahellawy, N. Adel, H. Taha, I. Zaki, A. Youssef, G. Taha, O. Hassanain, and H. Hafez, "“Mucormycosis” the Emerging Global Threat; Overview and Treatment Outcome Among Pediatric Cancer Patients in Egypt", Blood, vol. 130: Content Repository Only!, pp. 4830, 2017. Abstract
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Mohamed, A. S. A., A. M. Wahed, S. A. Samy, and N. Medhat, "“Medical Equipment Quality Assurance For Healthcare Facilities.”", 4th Cairo International Biomedical Engineering Conf. CIBEC 2008, Cairo, 2008.
Medhat, N., undefined, A. M. Wahed, and A. S. A. Mohamed, "“Medical Equipment Quality Assurance By Making Continuous Improvement To The System”.", 4th Cairo International Biomedical Engineering Conf. CIBEC 2008, Cairo, 2008.
Badawy, W. A., K. M. Ismail, and S. ’aS. Medany, "“Kinetics of the electropolymerization of 1-amino-9, 10-anthraquinone”", Int. National J. Chem. Kinetics, vol. 43, pp. 141-146., 2011.
Nemr, R. A., M. Khalil, M. S. Sarhan, M. Abbas, H. ElSawey, H. H. Youssef, M. A. Hamza, A. T. Morsi, M. El-Tahan, M. Fayez, et al., "“In situ similis” Culturing of Plant Microbiota: A Novel Simulated Environmental Method Based on Plant Leaf Blades as Nutritional Pads", Frontiers in Microbiology, vol. 11, pp. 454, 2020. AbstractWebsite

High-throughput cultivation methods have recently been developed to accelerate the recovery of microorganisms reluctant to cultivation. They simulate in situ environmental conditions for the isolation of environmental microbiota through the exchange of growth substrates during cultivation. Here, we introduce leaf-based culture media adopting the concept of the plant being the master architect of the composition of its microbial community. Pre-physical treatments of sunflower plant leaves, namely punching, freezing, and/or autoclavation, allowed the diffusion of electrolytes and other nutrients to configure the leaf surface as a natural pad, i.e., creating an “in situ similis” environment suitable for the growth of rarely isolated microbiota. We used surface inoculation and membrane-filtration methods to assess the culturability of endophytic bacteria from the sunflower phyllosphere and rhizosphere. Both methods supported excellent colony-forming unit (CFU) development when compared to standard R2A medium, with a special affinity to support better growth of epiphytic and endophytic populations of the phyllosphere compared with the rhizosphere. A 16S rRNA gene analysis of >122 representative isolates indicated the cultivation of a diverse set of microorganisms by application of the new methods. It indicated the predominance of 13 genera of >30 potential species, belonging to Firmicutes, Proteobacteria, and Actinobacteria, and especially genera not commonly reported for sunflower, e.g., Rhizobium, Aureimonas, Sphingomonas, Paracoccus, Stenotrophomonas, Pantoea, Kosakonia, and Erwinia. The strategy successfully extended diversity and richness in the endophyllosphere compared to the endorhizosphere, while CFUs grown on the standard R2A medium mainly pertain to Firmicutes, especially Bacillus spp. MALDI-TOF MS analysis clustered the isolates according to their niche and potential functions, where the majority of isolates of the endorhizosphere were clustered away from those of the endophyllosphere. Isolates identified as Gammaproteobacteria and Alphaproteobacteria were distinguishably sub-clustered, which was in contrast to the heterogeneous isolates of Firmicutes (Bacillus spp.). In conclusion, leaf in situ similis cultivation is an effective strategy to support the future application of culturomics of plant microbiota. This is an effort to access novel isolates that are more adapted and competitive in their natural environments, especially those subjected to abiotic stresses like those prevailing in arid/semi-arid zones, and, consequently, to support the application of agro-biotechnologies, among other technologies, to improving agriculture in such zones.

Nemr, R. A., M. Khalil, M. S. Sarhan, M. Abbas, H. Elsawey, H. H. Youssef, M. A. Hamza, A. T. Morsi, M. EL-Tahan, M. Fayez, et al., "“In situ similis” Culturing of Plant Microbiota: A Novel Simulated Environmental Method Based on Plant Leaf Blades as Nutritional Pads", Frontiers in Microbiology, vol. 11, 2020. AbstractWebsite

High-throughput cultivation methods have recently been developed to accelerate the recovery of microorganisms reluctant to cultivation. They simulate in situ environmental conditions for the isolation of environmental microbiota through the exchange of growth substrates during cultivation. Here, we introduce leaf-based culture media adopting the concept of the plant being the master architect of the composition of its microbial community. Pre-physical treatments of sunflower plant leaves, namely punching, freezing, and/or autoclavation, allowed the diffusion of electrolytes and other nutrients to configure the leaf surface as a natural pad, i.e., creating an “in situ similis” environment suitable for the growth of rarely isolated microbiota. We used surface inoculation and membrane-filtration methods to assess the culturability of endophytic bacteria from the sunflower phyllosphere and rhizosphere. Both methods supported excellent colony-forming unit (CFU) development when compared to standard R2A medium, with a special affinity to support better growth of epiphytic and endophytic populations of the phyllosphere compared with the rhizosphere. A 16S rRNA gene analysis of >122 representative isolates indicated the cultivation of a diverse set of microorganisms by application of the new methods. It indicated the predominance of 13 genera of >30 potential species, belonging to Firmicutes, Proteobacteria, and Actinobacteria, and especially genera not commonly reported for sunflower, e.g., Rhizobium, Aureimonas, Sphingomonas, Paracoccus, Stenotrophomonas, Pantoea, Kosakonia, and Erwinia. The strategy successfully extended diversity and richness in the endophyllosphere compared to the endorhizosphere, while CFUs grown on the standard R2A medium mainly pertain to Firmicutes, especially Bacillus spp. MALDI-TOF MS analysis clustered the isolates according to their niche and potential functions, where the majority of isolates of the endorhizosphere were clustered away from those of the endophyllosphere. Isolates identified as Gammaproteobacteria and Alphaproteobacteria were distinguishably sub-clustered, which was in contrast to the heterogeneous isolates of Firmicutes (Bacillus spp.). In conclusion, leaf in situ similis cultivation is an effective strategy to support the future application of culturomics of plant microbiota. This is an effort to access novel isolates that are more adapted and competitive in their natural environments, especially those subjected to abiotic stresses like those prevailing in arid/semi-arid zones, and, consequently, to support the application of agro-biotechnologies, among other technologies, to improving agriculture in such zones. © Copyright © 2020 Nemr, Khalil, Sarhan, Abbas, Elsawey, Youssef, Hamza, Morsi, El-Tahan, Fayez, Patz, Witzel, Ruppel, El-Sahhar and Hegazi.

I., S., and K. M., "“Human Resources Development and The Structure Of Oil Economies: Critical Issues With Illustration From Kuwait", Research in Human Capital and Development, vol. 9, pp. Pages 49-78., 1996.
Zayed, A. A., A. A. Ali, and A. S. Mohamed, "“Gender and Race Impacts on Finger Prints Recognition System in Egyptians versus Malaysians”.", The 9th Annual Conference of the Forensic Medicine and Clinical Toxicology Department, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, May , Faculty of Medicine, Cairo Univers, May, 2011.
M.Y.Amin, "“Gas-Phase Shock Chemistry of the Young Bipolar Outflow L1157”.", New Astronomy , vol. 6/6, , pp. 393-401, 2001.
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