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Homos, M. D., M. T. Ali, M. F. Osman, and D. M. Nabil, "DTI metrics reflecting microstructural changes of normal appearing deep grey matter in multiple sclerosis", The Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, vol. 48, pp. 1005-1008, Submitted.
Badr, Y. A., F. El‐Kabbany, and M. Tosson, "DTA and dielectric study of the high temperature phase of Na2SO4", physica status solidi (a), vol. 53, no. 1, pp. K51-K55, 1979. AbstractWebsite
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El-Sayed, S., K. H. Mahmoud, A. A. Fatah, and A. Hassen, "DSC, TGA and dielectric properties of carboxymethyl cellulose/polyvinyl alcohol blends", Physica B: Condensed Matter, vol. 406, no. 21: North-Holland, pp. 4068–4076, 2011. Abstract
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El-Sayed, S., K. H. Mahmoud, A. A. Fatah, and A. Hassen, "DSC, TGA and dielectric properties of carboxymethyl cellulose/polyvinyl alcohol blends", Physica B: Condensed Matter, vol. 406, no. 21: North-Holland, pp. 4068–4076, 2011. Abstract
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Shaheen, H., and A. Atiya, "DS: A Disperse Swarm Algorithm", International Conference on Research Challenges in Computer Science, 2009. Abstract
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Zeng, H., B. Wu, M. Zhang, N. Zhang, A. Elnashar, L. Zhu, W. Zhu, F. Wu, N. Yan, and W. Liu, Dryland ecosystem dynamic change and its drivers in Mediterranean region, , vol. 48: Elsevier, pp. 59 - 67, 2020. AbstractWebsite

This review describes the latest progress of dryland ecosystem dynamic change in the Mediterranean region. Recent findings indicate that extent of dryland in the Mediterranean region has been expanding in the past decades and will continue to expand in the coming decades due to the stronger warming effect than other regions. The warming trend with intensified human activities has generated a series of negative impacts on productivity, biodiversity, and stability of the dryland ecosystem in Mediterranean region. Increased population, overgrazing and, grazing abandonment intensified the land degradation and desertification. The coverage, richness, and abundance of biological soil crust have been reduced due to the decline of soil water availability and increased animals. Future studies are required to further our understanding of the process and mechanism of the dryland dynamics, including the identification of essential variables, discriminating human and climate-induced changes, and modeling future trajectories of dryland changes.

El-Tantawy, H., A. K. Hegazy, G. M. Fahmy, and A. E. Hashem, "Drying-out curves, survival and pigment content of two Mediterranean halophytes growing naturally along salinity gradien", Egyptian Journal of Applied Science, vol. 5, pp. 192-207, 1990.
Mohsen, H. A., A. A. Abd El-Rahmam, and H. E. Hassan, "Drying of tomato fruits using solar energy. Agricultural Engineering International", CIGR Journal, vol. 21, issue 2, pp. 188-195, 2019.
Amer, B. M. A., and K. Gottschalk, "Drying of Chamomile Using a Hybrid Solar Dryer.", CIGR-World Congress , Valencia, Spain, 11 July, 2012.
Suliman, A. E., A. Y. B. Elhay, and A. E. Saad., "Drying characteristics and quality changes of moringa leaves", Misr Journal of Agricultural Engineering, vol. 33, issue 3, pp. 947-960, 2016.
AbdelAziz, O. A., and E. E. Khalil, "A Dry Passage To The Afterlife", Fluent News,, vol. 3, issue 1, pp. 28-29, 2006.
Shrief, S. A., and N. M. Mahrous, "Dry matter distribution and accumulation in some sesame (Sesamum indicum L.) genotypes under different planting dates.", Zagazig J. Res., vol. 25, issue 5, pp. 713-731, 1998. Abstract
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ElMusrshed, K. N. AandW. A., "Dry matter arid crop yield as influenced by environmental conditions of some cropping patterns", M.Sc. Thesis, Agronomy Dept. Fac. of Agric. Cairo.Univ., 1996. Abstract
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Kassem, M. A., M. H. Aboul-Einien, and M. M. E. Taweel, "Dry Gel Containing Optimized Felodipine-Loaded Transferosomes: a Promising Transdermal Delivery System to Enhance Drug Bioavailability", AAPS PharmSciTech, vol. Vol. 19, issue No. 5,, pp. 2155-2173, 2018. Abstractdrygel-felod.pdf

Abstract. Felodipine has a very low bioavailability due to first-pass metabolism. The aim
of this study was to enhance its bioavailability by transdermal application. Felodipine-loaded
transferosomes were prepared by thin-film hydration using different formulation variables.
An optimized formula was designed using statistical experimental design. The independent
variables were the used edge activator, its molar ratio to phosphatidylcholine, and presence
or absence of cholesterol. The responses were entrapment efficiency of transferosomes, their
size, polydispersity index, zeta potential, and percent drug released after 8 h. The optimized
formula was subjected to differential scanning calorimetry studies and its stability on storage
at 4°C for 6 months was estimated. This formula was improved by incorporation of different
permeation enhancers where ex vivo drug flux through mice skin was estimated and the best
improved formula was formulated in a gel and lyophilized. The prepared gel was subjected to
in vivo study using Plendil® tablets as a reference. According to the calculated desirability,
the optimized transferosome formula was that containing sodium deoxycholate as edge
activator at 5:1 M ratio to phosphatidylcholine and no cholesterol. The thermograms of this
formula indicated the incorporation of felodipine inside the prepared vesicles. None of the
tested parameters differed significantly on storage. The lyophilized gel of labrasol-containing
formula was chosen for in vivo study. The relative bioavailability of felodipine from the
designed gel was 1.7. In conclusion, topically applied lyophilized gel containing felodipineloaded
transferosomes is a promising transdermal delivery system to enhance its
bioavailability.

Ghanem, A., F. Hicks, P. Steffler, and C. Katopodis, "Dry area treatment for twodimensional finite element shallow flow modeling", Proceedings of the 1995 Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering and 12th Hydrotechnical Conference, 1994. Abstract
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Ghanem, A., F. Hicks, P. Steffler, and C. Katopodis, "Dry area treatment for twodimensional finite element shallow flow modeling", Proceedings of the 1995 Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering and 12th Hydrotechnical Conference, 1994. Abstract
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Ghanem, A., F. Hicks, P. Steffler, and C. Katopodis, "Dry area treatment for twodimensional finite element shallow flow modeling", Proceedings of the 1995 Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering and 12th Hydrotechnical Conference, 1994. Abstract
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Ghanem, A., F. Hicks, P. Steffler, and C. Katopodis, "Dry area treatment for twodimensional finite element shallow flow modeling", Proceedings of the 1995 Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering and 12th Hydrotechnical Conference, 1994. Abstract
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Ghanem, A., F. Hicks, P. Steffler, and C. Katopodis, "Dry area treatment for twodimensional finite element shallow flow modeling", Proceedings of the 1995 Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering and 12th Hydrotechnical Conference, 1994. Abstract
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Mansour, A. M., L. Upston, and Y. Wan, "Dry and Wet Tree Damper Chamber Column Semisubmersible Design in Harsh Environment", ASME 2011 30th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, pp. 515–521, 2011. Abstract
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El-Houssiny, A. S., A. A. Ward, D. M. Mostafa, and W. A. Khalil, "Drug–polymer interaction between glucosamine sulfate and alginate nanoparticles: FTIR, DSC and dielectric spectroscopy studies", Adv. Nat. Sci.: Nanosci. Nanotechnol., vol. 7, pp. 1-9, 2016. asmaa_paper_alginate.pdf