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A., A. T., and S. B. Iman, "Pregnancy toxemia inducing congenital goiter in goats", J. Egypt. Med. Assoc, vol. 64, issue 6, pp. 55-63, 2004.
A., H. B., F. A. Manal, M. A. Ali., and E. A. T., "Plant growth promoting merits of some endophytic bacteria to support growth of wheat in salt affected soil", Bioscience Research, vol. 15, issue 1, pp. 102, 2017.
A., S. M., M. H. Z., A. - H. N. Ahmed, and A. Al-Babtain, "Parameter Estimation for the Power Generalized Weibull Distribution Based on One- and Two-Stage Ranked Set Sampling Designs", Journal of Statistics Applications & Probability, vol. 8, issue 2, pp. 113-128, 2019. 8v529n39sm6p46.pdf
A., E. - S., N. Metwally, S. El-Kilany, F. Fahmy, and A. Bakr, "Production and preliminary characterization of monoclonal antibodies to foot and mouth disease virus Egyptian strain", Zag. Vet. J., vol. 42(3), pp. 53-58, 1994.
A., M., R. A. Karas, and M. A. Harith, "A promising protected ascorbic acid-hydroxyapatite nanocomposite as a skin anti-ager: A detailed photo-and thermal stability study", Journal of Photochemistry & Photobiology, B: Biology, vol. 173, pp. 661-667, 2017. jppb.pdf
A., H. H., E. A. I. E., E. A. M. M., and S. K. Aita, "Paleozoic Stratabound Th-U Conglomerate and U Latosol Types of Um Bogma Region, West Central Sinai, Egypt; Their Geological Setting and Mode of Formation.", Fourth International Conference on Geology of the Arab World (GAW4), Cairo University, abstract., February 1998. paleozoic_stratabound_th-u_conglomerate_and_u_latosol_types_of_um_bogma_region_1.pdf
A., S. A., and A. ElAtas, "Phytoremediation of oil contaminated Soil.", National Conference for Environment Protection and Pollution., Qassim University, Qassim, K.S.A, 18-20 March , 2007.
A., A. - E., M. M., E. B. W., and M. R., "PATIENT-SPECIFIC OSSEOINTEGRATED ENDOPROSTHESIS FOR RECONSTRUCTION OF MANDIBULAR DISCONTINUITY DEFECTS ", 5th Triennial Congress, Advanced Digital Technology in Head & Neck Reconstruction., Beijing, China, 6-8 September, 2014.
A., A. - M., S. M.W., A. - S. H.O., and A. H.M., "Phyto-Microbial Degradation of Glyphosate in Riyadh Area.", International Journal of Microbiology Research., vol. 5, no. 5, pp. 458–466, 2013. Abstract
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A., R., N. A. Afifi, and A. M, "Pharmacokinetics of norfloxacin in healthy and E. coli-infected chickens after single intravenous and single and multiple oral doses of the drug.", 6th International Congress for the European Association for Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology, 7-11August (1994), , Edinburgh, U.K., , J. Vet. Pharmacol. Ther. (35), Session9,, pp. 237-238, 1994.
A., M., and H.M.Onsi, "A Proposed Textual Graph Based Model for Arabic Multi-document Summarization", International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications(IJACSA), vol. 7, issue 6, pp. 435-439, 2016.
A., K. N., "Performance of some sunflower cultivars under winter and summer sowings.Egypt.", J. Appl. Sci., vol. 6, no. (10), pp. 605–615, 1991. Abstract
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A., E. - M., A. Abd El Galil, A. Metwally, M. Mostafa, and undefined, "Photometric and Radiometric hoof capsule evaluation in normal and long toe underrun heel in donkey.", J HELLENIC VET MED SOC 2024, 75 (1): 6807-6814, vol. 75, issue 1, pp. 68o7 -6814, 2024.
A., A., S. M., and A. S., "Psychological Changes during Pregnancy: Relation to Outcome and Postpartum Period", Egyptian Journal of Psychiatry, vol. 1, issue 23, pp. 71-82, 2000.
A., M. A., E. B. R. M., and M. K. Khalil, "Phytohormone impacts on the prospective nitrogen fixing Cyanobacterium anabena sp. Isolate", Global journal of agriculture and food safety Sciences, vol. 1, issue 2, pp. 38-51, 2014. Website
A., Y., Presence of Recombinant Potato Virus Y Genotypes in Sweden, , Uppsala, Swedish University of Agricultural Science (SLU), 2017.
A. A. Barakat, S. A. EL-Mahy, B. H. M. A., and E. S. Ibrahim, "Persistence of dinotefuran and pyridabin insecticides in tomato plants under different environmental conditions", 3rd Conf. On Recent Technologies in Agriculture, Cairo Univ., pp. 290–279, 2005. Abstract
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A. Abd El Maguid, E. R. Gharib, and K. A. Ahmed, "Possible protective role of melatonin against radiation induced histopathological and histochemical changes in the liver of male albino rats", J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool. , vol. July , pp. 1-13., 2004.
A. Amer, S. A. E. Badawy, W. A. -elsalamH. M. S. Saber, O. Farid, and M. Amer, "Pharmacokinetics of tetracycline and tetracycline loaded nanoemulsion formula in Rabbits", Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences, 2020, 8(2), pp. 130–139, 2020.
A. Daanaa, H. - S., M. Abdou, H. A. Goda, M. T. Abbas, M. A. Hamza, M. S. Sarhan, H. H. Youssef, R. Hamed, M. El-Tahan, M. Fayez, et al., "Plant Pellets: A Compatible Vegan Feedstock for Preparation of Plant-Based Culture Media and Production of Value-Added Biomass of Rhizobia", Sustainability, vol. 12, no. 20, 2020. AbstractWebsite

Although plant-based culture media enhances in vitro cultivation of rhizobacteria, studies assessing their biomass potential for large-scale applications are lacking. Here, we advance plant pellets (PPs) as a novel technology to unlock the potential of such vegan culture media for biomass production of Rhizobium leguminosarum. PP formulations were based on mixtures of Egyptian clover powder and the agro-byproducts glycerol and molasses. These mixtures were either contained or not contained in teabags during culture media preparation. Metrics of biomass included colony forming units, optical density (OD600nm), and cell dry weight (DW). Biomass comparisons between culture media based on PPs and standard yeast extract mannitol (YEM) revealed that the following PPs composition, contained in teabags, cultivated rhizobia at levels comparable to YEM: 16 g clover powder, 5% molasses, and 0.8% glycerol. This PPs composition enabled shorter generation times of rhizobia (PP: 3.83 h, YEM: 4.28 h). Strikingly, PPs mixtures supplemented with 10% molasses and not contained in teabags promoted rhizobia without apparent lag phases and produced 25% greater DW than YEM. PPs potentiate the use of dehydrated vegan feedstocks for both plant microbiota cultivation and biomass production and appear as cost- and labor-effective tools, easy to handle and store for plant-based culture media preparation.

A. M., G. A. D. A. L. L. A., G. A. L. A. L. Y. G. M., Ismail M. M., E. L. D. E. G. W. Y. S. A., H. A., and L. MAMDOH MOHAMED HAMED, "Proper Management Of Irrigation Water And Nitrogen Fertilizer To Improve Spinach Yield And Reserve Environment Using 15N Tracer Technique", Isotope and Radiation Research, vol. 42, no. 10: https://inis.iaea.org/search/search.aspx?orig\_q=RN%3A42015250, pp. 387–400, 2010. Abstract
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A. M., G. A. D. A. L. L. A., G. A. L. A. L. Y. G. M., Ismail M. M., E. L. D. E. G. W. Y. S. A., H. A., and L. MAMDOH MOHAMED HAMED, "Proper Management Of Irrigation Water And Nitrogen Fertilizer To Improve Spinach Yield And Reserve Environment Using 15N Tracer Technique", Isotope and Radiation Research, vol. 42, no. 10: https://inis.iaea.org/search/search.aspx?orig\_q=RN%3A42015250, pp. 387–400, 2010. Abstract
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A. M., A. E. - F., "Preparation of microencapsulated ferrous sulphate and its use for iron fortification of yoghurt", J. Agric. Sci., Mansoura Univ., vol. 31, no. 8, pp. 4709–4719, 2006. Abstract
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A.A, H., I. H.A., E. - K. B, A. - H. M.A, A. M.A, A. - K. M, and R. S.M., "Plasma catecholamines in pulmonary tuberculosis", Kikkaku (Japan), vol. 67, issue 10, pp. 647-652, 1991.
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