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Habib, E. E., "Hazards of Radiation and Radiation Accidents", Austral - Asian Journal of Cancer, 2011. Abstract

Our knowledge of the effects of radiation are obtained from our practice of radiation therapy and our concerns about radiation tolerance. Also, from animal experiments, radiation accidents and effects of atomic weapons on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. Our knowledge of radiation is not complete but it is sufficient to know the dose limits and the morbidity and mortality caused by radiation.

salwa aly, and N. elewa, "HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH DROMEDARY CAMEL MILKS", I.J.S.N., VOL.5 (3) 2014: 412-417, vol. 5, issue I.J.S.N., VOL.5 (3) 2014: 412-417, pp. I.J.S.N., VOL.5 (3) 2014: 412-417, 2014. camel_milk_2014.pdf
D.Kamal, N.helmy, and Y.sayed, "Hazards and biocompatibility of nano-biomaterials: Strategies to improve the biocompatibility of dental materials and operative techniques.", Nanotechnology in conservative dentistry: Elsevier Science, 2021.
Kamal, D., N. Helmy, and Y. Sayed, "Hazards and biocompatibility of nano-biomaterials: Strategies to improve the biocompatibility of dental materials and operative techniques", Nanotechnology in Conservative Dentistry: Elsevier Science, 2021.
D.Kamal, N.helmy, and Y.sayed, "Hazards and biocompatibility of nano-bio materials strategies to improve the biocompatibility of dental materials and operative technique", Nanotechnology in conservative dentistry: Elsevier Science, 2021.
Khalil, E. E., "Hazardous Waste Management In Teaching Hospitals", Arab Construction World, Vol1, February 2006, vol. 23, issue 3, pp. 21-23, 2006.
Rawi, S. M., M. - A. S. Marie, S. R. Fahmy, and S. A. El-Abied, "Hazardous effects of acrylamide on immature male and female rats.", African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology , vol. 6, issue 18, pp. 1367-1386 , 2012.
Hussein, R. M., and O. M. Sarhan., "Hazardous Effects Induced by Inhalation of Isopropanol", Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences, vol. 7(6), issue 0975-8585, pp. 2648 -2660, 2016. Hazardous Effects Induced by Inhalation of Isopropanol
El-Hadad, G., A. A. Farid, A. M. El Amir, and N. A. Madbouly, "Hazard Effects of Chronic consumption of Sucralose and Saccharin-Sodium Cyclamate Mixture in Murine Model", Egyptian Journal of Chemistry , vol. 65, issue 5, pp. 279-289, 2022.
Madbouly, N. A., G. El-Hadad, and A. A. Farid, "Hazard effects of chronic consumption of sucralose and saccharin-sodium cyclamate mixture in murine model", Egyptian Journal of Chemistry, vol. 65, issue 5, 2022.
Fahmy, G. M., and A. H. Hassan, "Haustorial structure of the holoparasitic angiosperm Cynomorium coccineum L. invading host roots", Flora, vol. 274, issue 1, 2021.
Graetz, C., K. Fawzy El-Sayed, S. Sälzer, and C. E. Dörfer, Häusliches mechanisches Biofilmmanagement in der Prävention parodontaler Erkrankungen, , 2019. Abstract
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Ogata, H. Y., D. R. Chavez, E. S. Garibay, H. Furuita, and A. Suloma, "Hatchery-produced milkfish (Chanos chanos) fry should be fed docosahexaenoic acid-enriched live food: A case of the difficulty in the transfer of improved aquaculture technology in the Philippines", JAPAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH QUARTERLY, vol. 40, no. 4: TROPICAL AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH CENTRE, MINISTRY OF, pp. 393, 2006. Abstract
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Ogata, H. Y., D. R. Chavez, E. S. Garibay, H. Furuita, and A. Suloma, "Hatchery-produced milkfish (Chanos chanos) fry should be fed docosahexaenoic acid-enriched live food: A case of the difficulty in the transfer of improved aquaculture technology in the Philippines", JAPAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH QUARTERLY, vol. 40, issue 4: TROPICAL AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH CENTRE, MINISTRY OF, pp. 393, 2006. Abstract
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Ogata, H. Y., D. R. Chavez, E. S. Garibay, H. Furuita, and A. Suloma, "Hatchery-produced milkfish (Chanos chanos) fry should be fed docosahexaenoic acid-enriched live food: A case of the difficulty in the transfer of improved aquaculture technology in the Philippines", JAPAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH QUARTERLY, vol. 40, no. 4: TROPICAL AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH CENTRE, MINISTRY OF, pp. 393, 2006. Abstract
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Ogata, H. Y., D. R. Chavez, E. S. Garibay, H. Furuita, and A. Suloma, "Hatchery-produced milkfish (Chanos chanos) fry should be fed docosahexaenoic acid-enriched live food: A case of the difficulty in the transfer of improved aquaculture technology in the Philippines", JAPAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH QUARTERLY, vol. 40, no. 4: TROPICAL AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH CENTRE, MINISTRY OF, pp. 393, 2006. Abstract
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Ogata, H. Y., D. R. Chavez, E. S. Garibay, H. Furuita, and A. Suloma, "Hatchery-produced milkfish (Chanos chanos) fry should be fed docosahexaenoic acid-enriched live food: A case of the difficulty in the transfer of improved aquaculture technology in the Philippines", Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly, vol. 40, no. 4: TROPICAL AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH CENTRE, MINISTRY OF, pp. 393, 2006. Abstract
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Ogata, H. Y., D. R. Chavez, E. S. Garibay, H. Furuita, and A. Suloma, "Hatchery-produced milkfish (Chanos chanos) fry should be fed docosahexaenoic acid-enriched live food: A case of the difficulty in the transfer of improved aquaculture technology in the Philippines", Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly: JARQ, vol. 40, no. 4: Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences, pp. 393–402, 2006. Abstract
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Ogata, H. Y., D. R. Chavez, E. S. Garibay, H. Furuita, and A. Suloma, Hatchery-produced milkfish (Chanos chanos) fry should be fed docosahexaenoic acid-enriched live food: A case of the difficulty in the transfer of improved aquaculture technology in the Philippines, , vol. 40, issue 4: Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences, pp. 393 - 402, 2006. Abstract
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Abdul-Cader, M. S., V. Palomino-Tapia, A. Amarasinghe, H. Ahmed-Hassan, U. De Silva Senapathi, and M. F. Abdul-Careem, "Hatchery Vaccination Against Poultry Viral Diseases: Potential Mechanisms and Limitations.", Viral immunology, vol. 31, issue 1, pp. 23-33, 2018 Jan/Feb. Abstract

Commercial broiler and layer chickens are heavily vaccinated against economically important viral diseases with a view of preventing morbidity, mortality, and production impacts encountered during short production cycles. Hatchery vaccination is performed through in ovo embryo vaccination prehatch or spray and subcutaneous vaccinations performed at the day of hatch before the day-old chickens are being placed in barns with potentially contaminated environments. Commercially, multiple vaccines (e.g., live, live attenuated, and viral vectored vaccines) are available to administer through these routes within a short period (embryo day 18 prehatch to day 1 posthatch). Although the ability to mount immune response, especially the adaptive immune response, is not optimal around the hatch, it is possible that the efficacy of these vaccines depends partly on innate host responses elicited in response to replicating vaccine viruses. This review focuses on the current knowledge of hatchery vaccination in poultry and potential mechanisms of hatchery vaccine-mediated protective responses and limitations.

Moustafa, G.Z., Z. K. I. M. M., and M. P. Badawy, "Hatchability of broiler breeder's eggs as affected by flock age, shell quality and storage time.", J. Egyptian Vet. Med. Ass., vol. 62, no. 6, pp. 301–312, 2000. Abstract
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El-Guindy, A., and K. Ono, "Hasse invariants for the Clausen elliptic curves", The Ramanujan Journal: Springer US, pp. 1–11, 2013. Abstract
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