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Ali, M. M., K. Jeddi, M. S. Attia, S. M. Elsayed, M. Yusuf, M. S. Osman, M. H. Soliman, and K. Hessini, "Wuxal amino (Bio stimulant) improved growth and physiological performance of tomato plants under salinity stress through adaptive mechanisms and antioxidant potential", Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences, vol. 28, issue 6, pp. 3204 - 3213, 2021. Abstract
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Abdel‑Shafi, I. R., E. Y. Shoeib, S. S. Attia, J. M. Rubio, and A. A. El‑Badry, "Wuchereria bancrofti microfilariae and quantitative circulating antigen detection in selected endemic areas in Egypt", Kasr Al Ainy Medical Journal, vol. 22, issue 1, pp. 34-40, 2016. kasralainymedj_2016_22_1_34_182556.pdf
Mikhael, S., P. B. Bauomy, P. S. abdelmounam ELshikh, and A. M. Basam, Wt1 in Colorectal Cancer, , Giza, Cairo uni, 2015. Abstract

Background: Colorectal cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer death in both developed and developing nations. It is the third most common type of cancer and the second leading cause of cancer death in the Unites State.

Material & Methods: The current study included sixty cases of colorectal carcinomas studied histologically and immunohistochemically for WT1 expression.

Bassam, A. M., L. O. Abdel-Salam, and D. Khairy, "WT1 Epression in Glial Tumors: Its Possible Role in Angiogenesis and prognosis ", Academic Journal of Cancer Research, vol. 7, issue 2, pp. 50-58, 2014.
Sharawi, M., E. Emary, I. A. Saroit, and H. El-Mahdy, "WSNs Energy- Aware Coverage Preserving OptimizationModel based on Multi-Objective Bat Algorithm", IEEE congress on evolutionary computing (CEC2015), Sendai, Japan, (25-28) May, 2015.
Brustoloni, J., S. Khattab, C. Santamaria, B. Smyth, and D. Mossé, "WSN12-5: Integrated Scheduling of Application-and Network-Layer Tasks in Delay-Tolerant MANETs", Global Telecommunications Conference, 2006. GLOBECOM'06. IEEE: IEEE, pp. 1–6, 2006. Abstract
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Elmahdy, H. N., M. Sharawi, Eid Emary, and I. A. Saroit, "WSN's Energy-Aware Coverage Preserving Optimization Model based on Multi-Objective Bat Swarm Optimization Algorithm", The IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Communication (CEC 2015), Japan, May 25th.-28th.,, 2015.
Ali, N., O. Nasr, and others, "WSN lifetime prolongation for deterministic distributions using a hierarchical routing protocol", AFRICON, 2013: IEEE, pp. 1–5, 2013. Abstract
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Mostafa, A., S. Soliman, R., N. El-Gaml, R. Daoud, H. Amer, and A. Khattab, "WSN Lifetime Elongation via Hybrid Routing", International Conference on Microelectronics (ICM), Cairo, Egypt, IEEE , 2016.
Mostafa, A. Y., S. S. Soliman, N. El-Gaml, R. M. Daoud, H. H. Amer, and A. Khattab, "WSN lifetime elongation via hybrid routing", IEEE International Conference on Microelectronics (ICM), 2016, pp. 177-180, 2016. Abstract

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Nouh, S., N. Elgaml, A. Khattab, S. S. Soliman, R. M. Daoud, and H. H. Amer, "WSN Lifetime and Reliability Analysis From the Death Criterion Perspective", International Journal of Handheld Computing Research (IJHCR), vol. 8, no. 3: IGI Global, pp. 37–51, 2017. Abstract
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Nouh, S., N. Elgaml, A. Khattab, S. Soliman, R., R. Daoud, and H. Amer, "WSN Lifetime and Reliability Analysis from the Death Criterion", International Journal of Handheld Computing Research (IJHCR), vol. 8, issue 3, 2017.
Khalil, A., and S. Kaseb, WS096, , Submitted. Abstract
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Vannozzi, A., I. Hmmam, J. Holl, J. Bogs, I. Dry, G. Barcaccia, and M. Lucchin, "WRKY transcription factors and regulation of the stilbene biosynthetic pathway in grapevine: new insights and perspectives", X International Symposium on Grapevine Physiology and Biotechnology 1188, pp. 1-8, 2016. Abstract
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Vannozzi, A., I. Hmmam, J. Holl, J. Bogs, I. Dry, G. Barcaccia, and M. Lucchin, "WRKY transcription factors and regulation of the stilbene biosynthetic pathway in grapevine: new insights and perspectives", Acta Hort, vol. 1188, pp. 1-8, 2017.
Kamal, H., "Writing Literature Reviews for Survey Papers: A Guide for Emerging Scholars", Cairo Studies in English, vol. 2021, issue 1, pp. 199-214, 2021.
Hossam M. Zawbaa, E. Emary, A. E. Hassanien, and B. PARV, "A wrapper approach for feature selection based on swarm optimization algorithm inspired from the behavior of social-spiders", 7th IEEE International Conference of Soft Computing and Pattern Recognition, , Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan,, November 13 - 1, 2015. Abstract

In this paper, a proposed system for feature selection
based on social spider optimization (SSO) is proposed. SSO is
used in the proposed system as searching method to find optimal
feature set maximizing classification performance and mimics
the cooperative behavior mechanism of social spiders in nature.
The proposed SSO algorithm considers two different search
agents (social members) male and female spiders, that simulate
a group of spiders with interaction to each other based on the
biological laws of the cooperative colony. Depending on spider
gender, each spider (individual) is simulating a set of different
evolutionary operators of different cooperative behaviors that are
typically found in the colony. The proposed system is evaluated
using different evaluation criteria on 18 different datasets, which
compared with two common search methods namely particle
swarm optimization (PSO), and genetic algorithm (GA). SSO
algorithm proves an advance in classification performance using
different evaluation indicators

Zawbaa, H. M., E. Emary, A. E. Hassanien, and B. PARV, "A wrapper approach for feature selection based on swarm optimization algorithm inspired from the behavior of social-spiders", 7th IEEE International Conference of Soft Computing and Pattern Recognition, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan, November 13 - 15, 2015.
Zawbaa, H. M., E. Emary, A. E. Hassanien, and B. PARV, "A wrapper approach for feature selection based on swarm optimization algorithm inspired from the behavior of social-spiders", Soft Computing and Pattern Recognition (SoCPaR), 2015 7th International Conference of: IEEE, pp. 25–30, 2015. Abstract
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Moon, K. A., H. Magid, C. Torrey, A. M. Rule, J. Ferguson, J. Susan, Z. Sun, S. Abubaker, V. Levshin, A. Ç. c, et al., "WPS Air Paper", Environmental Research, 2015. wps_air_paper_1.pdf
Brockington, I., P. Chandra, H. Dubowitz, D. Jones, S. Moussa, J. Nakku, and I. Q. Ferre, "Wpa Guidance on the Protection and Promotion of Mental Health in Children of Persons with Severe Mental Disorders", World Psychiatry, 2011. Abstract

This guidance details the needs of children, and the qualities of parenting that meet those needs. Parental mental disorders can damage the foetus during pregnancy through the action of drugs, prescribed or abused. Pregnancy and the puerperium can exacerbate or initiate mental illness in susceptible women. After their birth, the children may suffer from the social disadvantage associated with severe mental illness. The parents (depending on the disorder, its severity and its persistence) may have intermittent or prolonged difficulties with parenting, which may sometimes result in childhood psychological disturbance or child maltreatment. This guidance considers ways of preventing, minimizing and remedying these effects. Our recommendations include: education of psychiatrists and related professions about the effect of parental mental illness on children; revision of psychiatric training to increase awareness of patients as caregivers, and to incorporate relevant assessment and intervention into their treatment and rehabilitation; the optimum use of pharmacological treatment during pregnancy; prebirth planning when women with severe mental illness become pregnant; development of specialist services for pregnant and puerperal women, with assessment of their efficacy; community support for parenting by mothers and fathers with severe mental disorders; standards of good practice for the management of child maltreatment when parents suffer from mental illness; the importance of multi-disciplinary teamwork when helping these families, supporting their children and ensuring child protection; the development of child and adolescent mental health services worldwide.

Brockington, I., P. Chandra, H. Dubowitz, D. Jones, S. Moussa, J. Nakku, and I. Quadros Ferre, "WPA guidance on the protection and promotion of mental health in children of persons with severe mental disorders", World Psychiatry, vol. 10, issue 2, pp. 93 - 102, 2011. Abstract

This guidance details the needs of children, and the qualities of parenting that meet those needs. Parental mental disorders can damage the foetus during pregnancy through the action of drugs, prescribed or abused. Pregnancy and the puerperium can exacerbate or initiate mental illness in susceptible women. After their birth, the children may suffer from the social disadvantage associated with severe mental illness. The parents (depending on the disorder, its severity and its persistence) may have intermittent or prolonged difficulties with parenting, which may sometimes result in childhood psychological disturbance or child maltreatment. This guidance considers ways of preventing, minimizing and remedying these effects. Our recommendations include: education of psychiatrists and related professions about the effect of parental mental illness on children; revision of psychiatric training to increase awareness of patients as caregivers, and to incorporate relevant assessment and intervention into their treatment and rehabilitation; the optimum use of pharmacological treatment during pregnancy; pre-birth planning when women with severe mental illness become pregnant; development of specialist services for pregnant and puerperal women, with assessment of their efficacy; community support for parenting by mothers and fathers with severe mental disorders; standards
of good practice for the management of child maltreatment when parents suffer from mental illness; the importance of multi-disciplinary teamwork when helping these families, supporting their children and ensuring child protection; the development of child and adolescent mental health services worldwide.
Key words: Parenting, severe mental illness, mother-infant relationship, substance abuse, childhood mental disorders, child maltreatment, child and adolescent mental health services
(World Psychiatry 2011;10:93-102)
PMID: 21633678 [PubMed] Free PMC Article

Wolabu1, T. W., H. Wang, D. Tadesse1, F. Zhang1, M. Behzadirad, V. E. Tvorogova, H. Abdelmageed, N. C. Ye Liu7, J. Chen, R. D. Allen, et al., "WOX9 functions antagonistic to STF and LAM1 to regulate leaf blade expansion in Medicago truncatula and Nicotiana sylvestris", New Phytologist, vol. 229, pp. 1582–1597, 2021.