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Samir, H., A. A. - A. Swelum, and M. M. M. Kandiel, Exploring Roles of Diagnostic Ultrasonography in Veterinary Medicine, , Lausanne, Frontiers Media SA. , 2022.
M.Nassef, A.Badr, and I.Farag, Exploring the Referentially-compressed Genomes: Advantages and Challenges, , Cairo, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2015.
el Din Osman, A. G. M., Extended End-plate Beam-column Joints in Seismic Moment Resisting Frames, : McMaster University (Canada), 1991. Abstract
Heakal, F., and A. Bakry, Extraction of Gold Metal from Egyptian Ores by Optimized Green Process, , Mauritius, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2018. book_lap_2018.pdf
Salyapongse, A. N., S. Poore, A. Afifi, and M. Bentz, Extremity Replantation A Comprehensive Clinical Guide, , New York, Springer, 2015.
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El-Bendary, N., V. Snasel, G. Adam, F. Mansour, N. I. Ghali, O. S. Soliman, and A. E. Hassanien, "E-Contract Securing System Using Digital Signature Approach", Advanced Communication and Networking: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 183–189, 2011. Abstract
El-Bendary, N., V. Snasel, G. Adam, F. Mansour, N. I. Ghali, O. S. Soliman, and A. E. Hassanien, "E-Contract Securing System Using Digital Signature Approach", Advanced Communication and Networking: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 183–189, 2011. Abstract
Abdelsalam, H. M., C. Reddick, H. A. ElKadi, and S. Gamal, "E-Government and Public Service Delivery: A Survey of Egypt Citizens", Human-Centered System Design for Electronic Governance, Hershey, PA: IGI Global, pp. 309–325, 2013. Abstract


El-Gohary, H., "E-Marketing as a tool for globalisation: the case of Egyptian small business enterprises", Electronic Globalized Business and Sustainable Development through IT Management: Strategies and Perspectives, USA, IGI global, 2010.
El-Gohary, H., "E-Marketing: Towards a Conceptualization of a New Marketing Philosophy ", E-Business Issues, Challenges and Opportunities for SMEs: Driving Competitiveness, USA, IGI global, 2010.
Yasser Mahmoud Awad, A. A. Abdullah, T. Y. Bayoumi, K. Abd-Elsalam, and A. E. Hassanien, "Early Detection of Powdery Mildew Disease in Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Using Thermal Imaging Technique", Intelligent Systems' 2014: Springer International Publishing, pp. 755–765, 2015. Abstract
Belem, B., and P. Plassmann, "Early Detection of Wound Inflammation by Color Analysis", Computational Intelligence in Medical Imaging: Techniques and Applications: Chapman and Hall/CRC, pp. 89–111, 2009. Abstract
Mazhar, A., ""East, West Terrorists are Worst": Salmawy's The Chain and Soan's Talking to Terrorists", Recontextualizing Resistance, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, Cambridge Scholars, 2017.
, "Ecoethics of the Desert: The Bedouins' Dwelling in the Eastern Desert of Egypt in Sabri Moussa's Seeds of Corruption", Ecocultural Ethics: Critical Essays., NY/London, Lexington Books, 2017.
Ceglie, F. G., and H. M. Abdelrahman, "Ecological Intensification Through Nutrient Recycling and Composting in Organic Farming.", Composting for Sustainable Agriculture: Springer , 2014. Abstractchapter.pdf

In   organic   agriculture   fertilizers   are   permitted   in   organic   forms,   as defined   by   regulation.   Mineralization   of   organic   fertilizers   is   a   biological   decomposition   that   release   plants’   available   nutrients;;   hence   soil   microbial   communities are   vital   in   the   organic   cropping   systems.   Composting   microorganisms   can   work   for   the   farmer’s   benefit   recycling   agricultural   organic   wastes   into   materials   that   contribute   to   healthy   and   biologically   active   soil.   Composting   process   has   been   deeply  described  to  highlight  the  link  among  starting  mixture,  process  factors  and  final  resulting  compost.  Composting  and  crop  residues  incorporation  are  fundamental  to  recycle  resources  at  farm  level  to  improve  the  nutrients  use  efficiency  and  to decrease  the  off-­farm  input  needs.  In  the  organic  farming  a  balanced  combination  of compost  application  and  crop  residues  incorporation  increases  the  microbial  carbon use   efficiency,   which   regulates   the   soil   organic   matter   decomposition   and   nutrients  mineralization  resulting  both  to  increase  the  yield  and  to  decrease  the  negative impact  on  the  environment.

El-Kobisy, O. S., and K. H. S. Emara, "Ecology and natural resources (Practical Part)", Ecology and natural resources , Giza, Faculty of agriculture - Cairo University, 2011.
Dawoud, D., and D. Baines, "Economic Evaluation and Its Types", Economic Evaluation of Pharmacy Services, London, Academic Press (imprint of Elsevier), 2016. Abstract

In this chapter, we provide a basic introduction to the different forms of economic evaluation, including cost-minimization analysis, cost-effectiveness analysis, cost–benefit analysis, and cost–utility analysis. In particular, we discuss the measurement of costs and outcomes in these types of economic evaluation and explain how the perspective of an evaluation affects these forms of analysis. We discuss the measurement of costs and patient outcomes and introduce the main measurement tools used by health economists. The chapter also introduces the concepts of incremental analysis, the cost-effectiveness plane, and cost-effectiveness acceptability curves. Finally, we discuss how the results of economic evaluations can be used in decision-making.

Hamdi, S. A. H., "economical importance and safety ", The Red Swamp Crayfish in Egypt, Egypt, Ain Shams univerisity, 2009.
Fathy, R., "Ecrire en français : le cas de la littérature égyptienne d'expression française", Faire vivre les identités : un parcours en francophonie, Paris, Archives contemporaines, 2011.
Cox, B., and S. Ghoneim, "EDI, Theoretical Framework and Lessons from Experience", Egyptian Exports and Challenges in the 21st Century, Cairo, Center for Economics and Financial Research Studies, Cairo University, 2000.
Cox, B., and S. Ghoneim, "EDI, Trade Facilitation and Customs Reform”", Trade Policy Developments in the MENA, Washington, The World Bank, 2000.
, "Ediacaran Sedimentary Rocks “so-called Hammamat” of the Egyptian Shield", The Geology of the Egyptian Nubian Shield: o Springer Nature Switzerland AG, 2021. Abstract

Ediacaran sedimentary rocks are widely distributed in the central and northern segments of the Eastern Desert of Egypt and in Sinai. These sedimentary rocks are considered syn- and/or post-orogenic molasse-type deposits that were accumulated in either foreland basins and in intramontane basins related probably to Najd strike-slip fault system. Ediacaran sedimentary rocks are commonly referred to as “Hammamat Sediments,” after the well-exposed historic exposure of such immature sediments at the Hammamat area in the central Eastern Desert. Ediacaran sedimentary rocks from other areas from the Eastern Desert and Sinai are different from the one described in Hammamat in terms of composition, tectonic setting, and rocks association and provenance of the sediments as delineated by recent work detrital zircon. In the central Eastern Desert, Ediacaran sedimentary rocks from Igla basin are characterized by its red color compared to the one in the Hammamat area, while the Ediacaran sedimentary rocks of the Kariem basin were deposited in intramontane strike-slip-related, while the equivalent sediments of the Hammamat area were deposited in a foreland setting. Unlike the Ediacaran sedimentary rocks of the central Eastern Desert of Egypt, the one in the northern segment of the Eastern Desert and in Sinai are commonly intercalated with volcanic rocks. However, the detrital zircon age patterns for the Ediacaran sedimentary rocks from the northern Eastern Desert and Sinai are different, which support the isolated nature of the Ediacaran basins. The deposition of the Ediacaran sedimentary rocks in isolated basins is not consistent with considering the Wadi Hammamat area as the type locality of these sedimentary rocks and so identifies them as “Hammamat Sediments.” The Ediacaran sedimentary rocks from each basin are expected to have unique features, which may be obscured by just identify these sediments as “Hammamat Sediments.”

Ahmed, N. A., "Editor of Special Issue: Conservation of Mangal Ecosystems. ‎Marine and Freshwater research", Conservation of Mangal Ecosystems. ‎Vol.49 (9): CSIRO publishing, Australia.‎, 1998.
Mahdi, A. E., and O. E. Khawaga, "Education Systems and Their Impact on the Labor Market”, in Ayadi,R., Dabrowski, M., Ed., Economic and Social Development of the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Countries, Springer, # SBN 978-3-319-11122-3.", Economic and Social Development of the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Countries: Springer, # SBN 978-3-319-11122-3., 2015.