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Abdelrahman, H. M., Evaluation of compost as peat substitute in growing media for organic melon seedlings production, , Valenzano, Bari, Italy, Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Bari, 2008. Abstracthamada_abderahman_egypt_final.pdf

Two types of compost were produced: green waste compost (GWC) and mixed waste compost (MWC). GWC was composed of green wastes while MWC was composed of green wastes and animal manure. Both composts have alkaline pH, acceptable salinity content, low C/N ratio. Humification indices and IsoElectroFocusing (IEF) were used to describe the evolution of organic matter during composting. Humified carbon has increased for both compost but with a higher percentage for GWC. IEF profiles for both composts were similar and they did not provide further interpretation. A greenhouse trial was carried out to evaluate peat substitutability at 30, 50 and 70% compost on melon seedlings growth. Compost addition has affected chemical and physical properties of the mixes. Biometric parameters and shoot content of nutrients were measured. The results obtained showed that peat could be substituted with 30% of both composts. Moreover MWC could successfully replace peat with a percentage up to 70%.

Addis, T. R., B. Visscher, J. J. T. Addis, A. Gegov, G. Galal, and N. Clarke, Exploring Architectural Modeling to Understand System Evolution, , London, Portsmouth University and London Metropolitan University, December 2002. Abstract


Singh, M., H. Wanas, W. Oehlmann, Vilaplana, C., P. J. Cardona, and Palomino, Combination of ethambutol with at least one additional anti-bacterial agent for use in the treatment of bacterial infections, , 2014.
Singh, M., H. Wanas, W. Oehlmann, C. Vilaplana, P. J. Cardona, and undefined, Combination of ethambutol with at least one additional anti-bacterial agent for use in the treatment of bacterial infections, , 2014.
El-Sayed, A., H. C. Vázquez, W. Awad, W. W. Castañeda Vázquez, M. A., and N. - E. Abdou, BIOLOGÍA MOLECULAR UTILIZADAS PARA EL DIAGNÓSTICO DE AGENTES. PATÓGENOS DE MASTITIS., : Primera edición digital, Mexico. ISBN 9 786078 490752, pp. 336, 2019. Abstract
El-Sayed, A., H. C. Vázquez, W. Awad, W. W. Castañeda Vázquez, M. A., and N. - E. Abdou, "BIOLOGÍA MOLECULAR UTILIZADAS PARA EL DIAGNÓSTICO DE AGENTES. PATÓGENOS DE MASTITIS.", La Mastitis Bovina: Primera edición digital, Mexico. ISBN 9 786078 490752, pp. 336, 2019. Abstract
El-Shawarby, I., H. Rakha, A. Amer, and C. McGhee, "Characterization of Driver Perception Reaction Time at the Onset of a Yellow Indication", 7th International Conference on Human Factors in Transportation (AHFE 2016), Orlando, FL, Springer International Publishing, pp. 371-382, 2016. Abstract
Eisenberg, T., A. Fawzy, U. Kaim, A. Nesseler, K. Riße, I. Völker, S. Hechinger, N. Schauerte, C. Geiger, T. Knauf-Witzens, et al., "Chronic wasting associated with Chlamydia pneumoniae in three ex situ breeding facilities for tropical frogs", Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, vol. 113, issue 12, pp. 2139 - 2154, 2020. Abstract

A number of different Chlamydia spp. have been detected in the class Amphibia with C. pneumoniae being the predominant species involved. Chlamydiae have been linked to mass mortality events, thereby representing significant pathogens that deserve attention with respect to worldwide amphibian decline. We here present six cases of chlamydiosis and asymptomatic chlamydial infections in different frog species from three ex situ amphibian conservation facilities. Clinical signs predominantly characterised by regurgitation, chronic wasting, lethargy and suspended breeding were associated with C. pneumoniae infection. Despite various treatment regimens, it was not possible to clear infections. However, intra vitam diagnostics succeeded from skin, faeces and urine for the first time.

Van Sciver, S. W., A. Khalil, K. Y. Yuan, and I. N. Sviatoslavsky, Conceptual design for a modular-stellarator fusion-reactor magnet, : Wisconsin Univ., Madison (USA). Dept. of Nuclear Engineering, 1981. Abstract
Elshaghabee, F. M. F., W. Bockelmann, D. Meske, M. de Vrese, H. - G. D. Walte, J. Schrezenmeir, and K. J. Heller, "Ethanol production by selected intestinal microorganisms and lactic acid bacteria growing under different nutritional conditions.", Frontiers in Microbiology, vol. 7, pp. 1-13, 2016.
Eisenberg, T., K. Schlez, A. Fawzy, I. Völker, S. Hechinger, M. Curić, N. Schauerte, C. Geiger, J. Blom, and H. C. Scholz, "Expanding the host range: infection of a reptilian host (Furcifer pardalis) by an atypical Brucella strain", Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, vol. 113, issue 10, pp. 1531 - 1537, 2020. Abstract

Atypical brucellae show deviant phenotypes and/or genotypes. Besides Brucella inopinata, B. microti and B. vulpis, atypical strains have been described infecting humans, rodents, amphibians and fish. They represent potential zoonotic agents. Here, we provide evidence that reptiles as the remaining poikilothermic vertebrate class also represent susceptible hosts for atypical Brucella.

Hassanien, A. - E., A. Abraham, A. V. Vasilakos, and W. Pedrycz, Foundations of Computational Intelligence: Volume 1: Learning and Approximation, : Springer, 2009. Abstract
Abou-El, A. A. H. A., R. Awad, M. Abdul-Latif, A. Garg, H. Park, A. J. Vasani, U. Singh, N. K. Kocaman, A. Momtaz, and others, Low-power high swing CML driver with independent common-mode and swing control, , 2016. Abstract
Garcia-Garcia, R. M., O. G. Sakr, M. Arias-Alvarez, B. Velasco, P. L. Lorenzo, and P. G. Rebollar, "Metabolic and reproductive status are not improved from 11 to 25 day post-partum in non-weaned primiparous rabbit does", Animal Reproduction Science, vol. 131, issue 1-2: Elsevier B.V., pp. 100-106, 2012. Abstract
Quartuccio, L., L. Corazza, M. Ramos-Casals, S. Retamozo, G. M. Ragab, G. Ferraccioli, E. Gremese, A. Tzioufas, M. Voulgarelis, and D. Vassilopoulos, OP0274 Cryoglobulinemic Vasculitis and Primary sjögren's Syndrome are Independent Risk Factors for Lymphoma in a Large Worldwide Population of Patients with Positive Serum Cryoglobulins, : BMJ Publishing Group Ltd, 2015. Abstract
Abraham, A., K. Wegrzyn-Wolska, A. E. Hassanien, Václav Snášel, and A. M. Alimi, Proceedings of the Second International Afro-European Conference for Industrial Advancement AECIA 2015, : Springer, 2016. Abstract
de la Puente, P., N. Quan, R. S. Hoo, B. Muz, R. C. Gilson, M. Luderer, J. King, S. Achilefu, N. N. Salama, R. Vij, et al., "Newly established myeloma-derived stromal cell line MSP-1 supports multiple myeloma proliferation, migration, and adhesion and induces drug resistance more than normal-derived stroma.", Haematologica, vol. 101, issue 7, pp. e307-11, 2016 Jul. salama-_haematologica_2016.pdf
Magazine Article
Dougados, M. 1, M. 2 Soubrier, A. 3 Antunez, P. 4 Balint, A. 5 Balsa, M. 6 Buch, G. 7 Casado, J. 8 Detert, B. 9 El-zorkany, P. 10 Emery, et al., "Prevalence of comorbidities in rheumatoid arthritis and evaluation of their monitoring: results of an international, cross-sectional study (COMORA)", Ann Rheumatology, vol. DOI: 10.1136/annrheumdis-2013-204223, issue DOI: 10.1136/annrheumdis-2013-204223, pp. 1-23, 2014. prevalence_of_comorbidities_in_rheumatoid_arthritis_and_evaluation_of_their_monitoring_results_of_an_international_-_cross-sectional_study_comora.pdf
Journal Article
H.H.Esenoglu, A. S. Kordi, A.M.EI-Sherbini, H. B. V.Bakis*, H.A.Trabulsyl, M.Y.Amyin, K.N.AI-Mosbeh, and A.A.AI-HilaI, "" Data Reduction andApplication in Astrophysics"", Third Saudi Science Confrance , 2007.
Canales Vergara, A. M., V. Landi, J. V. Delgado Bermejo, A. M. Martínez, P. Cervantes Acosta, A. P. Barros, D. Bigi, P. Sponenberg, M. Helal, M. Hossein Banabazi, et al., " Design and development of a multiplex microsatellite panel for the genetic characterisation and diversity assessment of domestic turkey (Meleagris gallopavo gallopavo)", Italian Journal of Animal Science , vol. 19, issue 1, pp. 392-398, 2020.
Thomas, L., A. Elbendary, D. Terrero, and M. Valdebran, " Spectrum of spitzoid neoplasms: genetic aberrations and diagnostic tools reappraisal", Journal of the Egyptian Women’s Dermatologic Society, vol. 14, issue 3, pp. 149-155, 2017.