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Ahmed, H. H.;, N. Taha;, A. M. El-Nahla;, and S.A.Essawy, "Effect of modulating prolactin level by neurotransmitters and exogenous prolactin on testosterone level in male rats.", . ESARF and Fac. Vet. Med., Alex Univ., First annual Congreaa, Edfina., pp. 24-26, 89.
1918
Afify, E. A. M. R., I. Elsayed, M. K. Gad, M. I. Mohamed, and A. E. - M. M. R. Afify, "Enhancement of pharmacokinetic and pharmacological behavior of ocular dorzolamide after factorial optimization of self-assembled nanostructures", PLOS ONE, vol. 2, pp. 1-16, 1918.
1957
Ghoneim, A., M. A. Raafat, A. K. Abou-Raya, and E. R. M. Abou-Hussein, "Economic food mixture for the growth of Egyptian calves. 1. Effect of replacing a part of the clover or its hay by wheat bran for buffalo calves during the 1st year growth.", Economic food mixture for the growth of Egyptian calves. 1. Effect of replacing a part of the clover or its hay by wheat bran for buffalo calves during the 1st year growth., issue 149, 1957. Abstract
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Ghoneim, A., M. A. Raafat, A. K. Abou-Raya, and E. R. M. Abou-Hussein, "Economic food mixture for the growth of Egyptian calves. 2. Effect of replacing a part of the clover or its hay by undecorticated cottonseed cake for feeding buffalo calves during the 2nd year of growth.", Economic food mixture for the growth of Egyptian calves. 2. Effect of replacing a part of the clover or its hay by undecorticated cottonseed cake for feeding buffalo calves during the 2nd year of growth., issue Bull. No. 150, 1957. Abstract
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1958
Abou-Hussein, E. R. M., Economical feeding of dairy cows and buffaloes for milk production in Egypt, : Ph. D. Thesis. Fac. of Agric. Cairo Univ, 1958. Abstract
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1962
Beane, W. L., P. B. Siegel, and H. S. Siegel, "The effect of light on body weight and feed conversion of broilers", Poultry Science, vol. 41, issue 4: Poultry Science Association, pp. 1350-1351, 1962. Abstract

The body weights of 7 to 9 month-old White Leghorn males were observed by Lamoreux (1943) to be significantly greater when light was restricted to less than 9 hours per day. Siegel et al. (1961) reported significantly heavier body weights and better feed conversion in White Leghorn pullets at 8 weeks of age when restricting light to 6 hours per day compared to 14 hours of light per day. In a study with broiler chickens, Moore (1957) found that faster growth was obtained up to 3 or 4 weeks of age with continuous light although feed efficiency was slightly better with less light throughout the growing period. A series of experiments reported by Shutze et al. (1960) indicated that birds exposed to continuous light were superior in body weight gain to those on the other light regimes with the exception of one experiment in which chick growth response to 2 . . .

1963
Shafie, M. M., A. L. Badreldin, M. A. Ghany, and Y. A. Afifi, "Effect of Adding Antibiotic, Cow and Buffalo Manure to the Ration on the Blood Constituents of Chickens", World's Poultry Science Journal, vol. 19, issue 02: Cambridge University Press, pp. 104-109, 1963. Abstract
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Elgindi, I. M., A. Ghoneim, M. A. Raafat, E. R. M. Abou-Hussein, and E. A. Gihad, "Effect of fertilization practices upon the yield, chemical composition and nutritive value of berseem.", Journal of Animal Production of the United Arab Republic, vol. 3, pp. 95-103, 1963. Abstract
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Raafat, M. A., A. Ghoneim, I. M. Elgindi, E. R. M. Abou-Hussein, and E. A. Gihad, "Effect of interseeding barley with berseem on its yield, chemical composition and nutritive value.", Journal of Animal Production of the United Arab Republic, vol. 3, pp. 117-122, 1963. Abstract
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Ghoneim, A., M. A. Raafat, I. M. El-Gindi, E. R. M. Abou-Hussein, and E. A. Gihad, "Effect of the stage of cutting on the yield, chemical composition and nutritive value of berseem.", Journal of Animal Production of the United Arab Republic, vol. 3, pp. 83-93, 1963. Abstract
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1964
Abou-Raya, A. K., E. R. M. Abou-Hussein, A. Ghoneim, M. A. Raafat, and A. A. Mohamed, "Effect of Ca (OH) 2 and NaOH treatments on the nutritive value of maize stalks, sorghum stalks and dry sweet potato vines.", Journal of Animal Production of the United Arab Republic, vol. 1966, issue 4, pp. 55-65, 1964. Abstract
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Abou-Hussein, E. R. M., A. Ghoneim, M. A. Raafat, I. M. El-Gindi, and E. A. Gihad, "Effect of the stage of cutting berseem on the yield, chemical composition and nutritive value of its hay.", Journal of Animal Production of the United Arab Republic, vol. 4, pp. 45-53, 1964. Abstract
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Sharaf, A., G. A. Kamar, and M. Aziz, "Effect on growth of some hormonal compounds as examined in poultry.", The Journal of the Egyptian Medical Association, vol. 48, pp. Suppl: 99-113, 1964. Abstract
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Khayyal, M. T., "THE EFFECTS OF ANTIMONY UPTAKE ON THE LOCATION AND PAIRING OF SCHISTOSOMA MANSONI.", British journal of pharmacology and chemotherapy, vol. 22, pp. 342-8, 1964 Apr. Abstract

The rate of uptake and elimination of antimony by both male and female schistosomes has been measured. It has been confirmed that the female schistosome is more susceptible to antimony therapy than the male since she absorbs more drug. The changes in location of the worms and the separation of the sexes following one or more injections of antimony potassium tartrate have been related to the different rates of uptake and elimination of the drug by the two sexes. The suppressive treatment of schistosomiasis is discussed in the light of these observations.

Khayyal, M. T., "THE EFFECTS OF ANTIMONY UPTAKE ON THE LOCATION AND PAIRING OF SCHISTOSOMA MANSONI.", British journal of pharmacology and chemotherapy, vol. 22, pp. 342-8, 1964 Apr. Abstract

The rate of uptake and elimination of antimony by both male and female schistosomes has been measured. It has been confirmed that the female schistosome is more susceptible to antimony therapy than the male since she absorbs more drug. The changes in location of the worms and the separation of the sexes following one or more injections of antimony potassium tartrate have been related to the different rates of uptake and elimination of the drug by the two sexes. The suppressive treatment of schistosomiasis is discussed in the light of these observations.

Khayyal, M. T., "THE EFFECTS OF ANTIMONY UPTAKE ON THE LOCATION AND PAIRING OF SCHISTOSOMA MANSONI.", British journal of pharmacology and chemotherapy, vol. 22, pp. 342-8, 1964 Apr. Abstract

The rate of uptake and elimination of antimony by both male and female schistosomes has been measured. It has been confirmed that the female schistosome is more susceptible to antimony therapy than the male since she absorbs more drug. The changes in location of the worms and the separation of the sexes following one or more injections of antimony potassium tartrate have been related to the different rates of uptake and elimination of the drug by the two sexes. The suppressive treatment of schistosomiasis is discussed in the light of these observations.

1965
Khayyal, M. T., "The effect of multiple doses of antimonials in Schistosoma mansoni infection.", Bulletin of the World Health Organization, vol. 33, issue 4, pp. 547-51, 1965. Abstract

The treatment of bilharziasis with antimonials has been carried out in the past in a rather arbitrary manner, dosage levels and schedules varying widely and being based on little valid experimental evidence. The author has therefore attempted to determine the optimum dosage intervals with tartar emetic for cure of mice experimentally infected with Schistosoma mansoni.It was already known that schistosomes are swept back into the liver when their level of antimony reaches a certain threshold but that, once that level drops, they re-migrate back to the mesenteric veins. In this work, therefore, the schedule of treatment was arranged so as to relate the intervals between doses to the re-migration of worms to the mesentery. It is shown that there is probably a direct relationship between the number of doses and the total period of time during which the schistosomes can be kept in the liver, so that relatively few doses given at short intervals may be as effective as a larger number of doses at longer intervals.

Khayyal, M. T., "The effect of multiple doses of antimonials in Schistosoma mansoni infection.", Bulletin of the World Health Organization, vol. 33, issue 4, pp. 547-51, 1965. Abstract

The treatment of bilharziasis with antimonials has been carried out in the past in a rather arbitrary manner, dosage levels and schedules varying widely and being based on little valid experimental evidence. The author has therefore attempted to determine the optimum dosage intervals with tartar emetic for cure of mice experimentally infected with Schistosoma mansoni.It was already known that schistosomes are swept back into the liver when their level of antimony reaches a certain threshold but that, once that level drops, they re-migrate back to the mesenteric veins. In this work, therefore, the schedule of treatment was arranged so as to relate the intervals between doses to the re-migration of worms to the mesentery. It is shown that there is probably a direct relationship between the number of doses and the total period of time during which the schistosomes can be kept in the liver, so that relatively few doses given at short intervals may be as effective as a larger number of doses at longer intervals.

Khayyal, M. T., "The effect of multiple doses of antimonials in Schistosoma mansoni infection.", Bulletin of the World Health Organization, vol. 33, issue 4, pp. 547-51, 1965. Abstract

The treatment of bilharziasis with antimonials has been carried out in the past in a rather arbitrary manner, dosage levels and schedules varying widely and being based on little valid experimental evidence. The author has therefore attempted to determine the optimum dosage intervals with tartar emetic for cure of mice experimentally infected with Schistosoma mansoni.It was already known that schistosomes are swept back into the liver when their level of antimony reaches a certain threshold but that, once that level drops, they re-migrate back to the mesenteric veins. In this work, therefore, the schedule of treatment was arranged so as to relate the intervals between doses to the re-migration of worms to the mesentery. It is shown that there is probably a direct relationship between the number of doses and the total period of time during which the schistosomes can be kept in the liver, so that relatively few doses given at short intervals may be as effective as a larger number of doses at longer intervals.

1966
GHONEIM, A. H. M. E. D., I. B. R. A. H. I. M. M. EL-GINDI, and E. A. Gihad, "THE EFFECT OF FEEDING ANTIBIOTICS ON GROWING AND LAYING TURKEYS", Proceedings of the second Animal Production Conference, Cairo, March 3-10, 1963, vol. 1: National Information and Documentation Centre, pp. 135, 1966. Abstract
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1967
Soliman, A. A., Z. M. F. Rostom, and M. Z. Nawal Zohdy, "Enzymatic activity of the silk glands of Bombyx mori L", Ain Shams Science bull, vol. 11, 1967.
1968
Stino, F. K. R., and K. W. Washburn, "EFFECTS OF A SINGLE MASSIVE DOSE OF PHENYLHYDRAZINE ON DIFFERENT HEMATOLOGICAL TRAITS OF CHICKENS", POULTRY SCIENCE, vol. 47, issue 5: POULTRY SCIENCE ASSOC INC 1111 NORTH DUNLAP AVE, SAVOY, IL 61874, pp. 1722-&, 1968. Abstract
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Abdou, M. S. S., "Effect of EDTA and Caproic acid on bull spermatozoa subjected to cold shock", Dokladi VASKHI’NIL, Moscow, vol. 6, pp. 32, 1968.
Moursi, H., and M. Refai, "The effect of hormones on some fungi in vitro. Mykosen", Mykosen, vol. 11, pp. 1747-754 , 1968. Abstracteffect_of_hormones_on_fungi.pdf

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Die Wirkung von Sexualhormonen (Stilböstrol, Östron, Äthinylöstradiol, Progesteron, Testosteronpropionat), Epiphysenhormonen, Schilddrüsenhormonen und Nebennieren-rindenhormonen auf das Wachstum von Candida albicans, Mikrosporum gypseum und Aspergillus niger wurde in vitro untersucht.
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Stilböstrol stimulierte in kleinen Dosen (0,001 mg/ml) das Wachstum von Candida albicans und Mikrosporum gypseum, während es in höheren Dosen (6 mg/ml) eine fungizide Wirkung aufwies. Eine Hemmwirkung wurde beobachtet bei 0,25 bis 3 mg/ml auf Candida albicans, von 0,01 bis 3 mg/ml auf Mikrosporum gypseum und von 0,01 bis 6 mg/ml auf Aspergillus niger.
In kleinen Dosen (0,001 bis 0,01 mg/ml) förderte Östron das Wachstum von A. niger, ebenso wie Äthinylöstradiol das Wachstum von M. gypseum und A. niger. Progesteron hatte keine Wirkung auf das Wachstum von C. albicans von 0,05 bis 6 mg/ml, aber es förderte das Wachstum von M. gypseum und A. niger in Dosen von 0,05 bis 0,5 mg/ml und 0,5 bis 1 mg/ml. Eine Hemmwirkung auf M. gypseum wurde bei hohen Dosen von 1 bis 6 mg/ml beobachtet, auf A. niger in Dosen von 3 bis 6 mg/ml.

Testosteronpropionat förderte das Wachstum von C. albicans in Dosen von 0,05 bis 6 mg/ml, M. gypseum in Dosen von 3 bis 6 mg/ml, A. niger in Dosen von 1 bis 6 mg/ml.

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Epiphysenvorderlappenextrakt hemmte die Testpilze in Dosen zwischen 0,05 bis 0,3 E/ml. Fungizid wirkten 0,3 E/ml auf A. niger.
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Schilddrüsenhormon förderte das Wachstum der Testpilze in Dosen von 6 und 12 mg/ml.
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17α-hydroxy-11-dehydro-corticosteronacetat förderte das Wachstum von A. niger in Dosen von 0,005 bis 5 mg/ml und hemmte das Wachstum von C. albicans in Dosen von 0,2 bis 5 mg/ml. 5 mg/ml zeigten eine fungizide Wirkung auf M. gypseum.

Sharafeldin, M. A., M. T. Ragab, and I. A. Ramadan, "Effect of rebreeding on lamb production", The Journal of Agricultural Science, vol. 71, issue 03: Cambridge University Press, pp. 351-354, 1968. Abstract

This experiment was carried out in a newly reclaimed desert area south-west of Alexandria. The purpose was to study the effect of breeding Barki ewes more than once per year on body weights and mortality rates of their lambs. Lambs were weighed 24 h after birth and at the ages of 1, 2, 2·5 (weaning age), 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 and 12 months.
The experiment comprised three groups of single-born lambs of both sexes. The first group included 385 lambs born (in October–November) to ewes lambing once per year; tho second group comprised 155 lambs born (in January–February) to ewes lambing twice in twelve months and the third comprised 102 lambs also born in January–February to ewes lambing thrice in two consecutive years.
Lambs born to ewes lambing once were heavier from the age of 1 month to the age of 5 months than lambs born to ewes lambing twice in the same year or three times in two consecutive years. However, the three groups of lambs did not significantly differ in their body weights from 5 to 12 months of age.
Rebreedi ng did not significantly affect the mortality rate of lambs at the three studied ago periods, i.e. from birth to 1 month of age, from 1 month to weaning and from weaning to the age of 12 months.
Sex had a significant effect on body weights of lambs but did not affect their mortality rates.