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  • Position : Professor
  • Department : Botany
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  • Work Phone : 2403866/057
  • Email : mamnematalla@du.edu.eg

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Researches

  • 1 - Research Title:
  • A DREB gene from the xero-halophyte Atriplex halimus is induced by osmotic but not ionic stress and shows distinct differences from glycophytic homologues
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  • 2 - Research Title:
  • A possible role for C4 photosynthetic enzymes in tolerance of Zea mays to NaCl
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  • 3 - Research Title:
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  • Changes in antioxidants and kinetics of glutathione-S-transferase of maize in response to isoproturon treatment
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  • Changes of antioxidants and GSH-associated enzymes in isoproturon-treated maize
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  • 6 - Research Title:
  • Changes of antioxidants levels in two maize lines following atrazine treatments
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  • Differential influence of herbicide treatments on activity and kinetic parameters of C4 photosynthetic enzymes from Zea mays
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  • Effect of kinetin on photosynthetic activity and carbohydrate content in waterlogged or seawater-treated Vigna sinensis and Zea mays plants
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  • 9 - Research Title:
  • Effect of metribuzin, butachlor and chlorimuron-ethyl on amino acid and protein formation in wheat and maize seedlings
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  • Efficacy of a pyrimidine derivative to control spot disease on Solanum melongena caused by Alternaria alternata
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  • 11 - Research Title:
  • Efficacy of exogenous GA3 and herbicide safeners in protection of Zea mays from metolachlor toxicity
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  • 12 - Research Title:
  • Granular formulation of Fusarium oxysporum for biological control of faba bean and tomato Orobanche
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  • 13 - Research Title:
  • Growth stimulation and inhibition by salt in relation to Na+ manipulating genes in xero-halophyte Atriplex halimus L.
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  • Herbicide tolerance in maize is related increased levels of glutathione and glutathione-associated enzymes
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  • In vitro selection of mung bean and tomato for improving tolerance to NaCl
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  • Induction of glutathione and glutathione-associated enzymes in butachlor-tolerant plant species
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  • 17 - Research Title:
  • Kinetin alleviates the influence of waterlogging and salinity on growth and affects the production of plant growth regulators in Vigna sinensis and Zea mays
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  • Kinetin regulation of growth and secondary metabolism in waterlogging and salinity treated Vigna sinensis and Zea mays
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  • Molecular aspects in elevation of sunflower tolerance to drought by boron and calcium foliar sprays.
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  • 20 - Research Title:
  • Oxidative stress in herbicide-treated broad bean and maize plants
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  • 21 - Research Title:
  • Physiological aspects of tolerance in Atriplex halimus L. to NaCl and drought
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  • 22 - Research Title:
  • Recognition, implication and management of plant resistance to herbicides
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  • 23 - Research Title:
  • Regulation of glutathione in tolerance of Triticum aestivum to isoproturon
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  • 24 - Research Title:
  • Regulation of metabolomics in Atriplex halimus growth under salt and drought stress
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  • 25 - Research Title:
  • Supplementary CaCl2 ameliorates wheat tolerance to NaCl
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  • 26 - Research Title:
  • Differential tolerance of two wheat cultivars to NaCl is related to antioxidant potentialities
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  1. Changes of antioxidants levels in two maize lines following atrazine treatments
  2. Response of phenolic metabolism to the application of carbendazim plus boron in tobacco
  3. Oxidative stress in herbicide-treated broad bean and maize plants
  4. Atriplex halimus L.: Its biology and uses
  5. Effect of metribuzin, butachlor and chlorimuron-ethyl on amino acid and protein formation in wheat and maize seedlings
  6. Herbicide effects on phenolic metabolism in maize (Zea mays L.) and soybean (Glycine max L.) seedling
  7. The herbicide paraquat induces alterations in the elemental and biochemical composition of non-target microalgal species
  8. Kinetin alleviates the influence of waterlogging and salinity on growth and affects the production of plant growth regulators in Vigna sinensis and Zea mays
  9. Effect of kinetin on photosynthetic activity and carbohydrate content in waterlogged or seawater-treated Vigna sinensis and Zea mays plants
  10. Roles of dehydrin genes in wheat tolerance to drought stress
  11. Direct action of the biocide carbendazim on phenolic metabolism in tobacco plants
  12. A DREB gene from the xero-halophyte Atriplex halimus is induced by osmotic but not ionic stress and shows distinct differences from glycophytic homologues
  13. Nitric oxide reduces oxidative stress generated by lactofen in soybean plants
  14. Changes of antioxidants and GSH-associated enzymes in isoproturon-treated maize
  15. Consequences on nitrogen metabolism in soybean (Glycine max L.) as a result of imazethapyr action on acetohydroxy acid synthase
  16. Nitrogen assimilation studies using 15N in soybean plants treated with imazethapyr, an inhibitor of branched-chain amino acid biosynthesis
  17. Effects of Chlorimuron-ethyl, Imazethapyr, and Propachlor on Free Amino Acids and Protein Formation in Vicia faba L.
  18. Glutathione regulation of glutathione S-transferase and peroxidase activity in herbicide-treated Zea mays
  19. Effects of salinity on growth, membrane permeability and root hydraulic conductivity in three saltbush species
  20. Regulation of metabolomics in Atriplex halimus growth under salt and drought stress
  21. On the optimum groove geometry for herringbone grooved journal bearings
  22. Kinetin regulation of growth and secondary metabolism in waterlogging and salinity treated Vigna sinensis and Zea mays
  23. Spring action male condom
  24. Changes in antioxidants and kinetics of glutathione-S-transferase of maize in response to isoproturon treatment
  25. Efficacy of exogenous GA3 and herbicide safeners in protection of Zea mays from metolachlor toxicity
  26. In vitro selection of mung bean and tomato for improving tolerance to NaCl
  27. Plant growth, metabolism and adaptation in relation to stress conditions IV. Effects of salinity on certain factors associated with the germination of three different seeds�…
  28. Herbicide tolerance in maize is related to increased levels of glutathione and glutathione-associated enzymes
  29. Phytoremediation of atrazine-contaminated soil using Zea mays (maize)
  30. Induction of glutathione and glutathione-associated enzymes in butachlor-tolerant plant species
  31. Metolachlor in corn (Zea mays) and soybean (Glycine max): persistence and biochemical signs of stress during its detoxification
  32. ROI-scavenging enzyme activities as toxicity biomarkers in three species of marine microalgae exposed to model contaminants (copper, Irgarol and atrazine)
  33. Effects of selenite and selenate on the antioxidant systems in Senecio scandens L
  34. Physiological aspects of tolerance in Atriplexhalimus L. to NaCl and drought
  35. Granular formulation of Fusarium oxysporum for biological control of faba bean and tomato Orobanche
  36. Biological responses of a non‐target aquatic plant (Nasturtium officinale) to the herbicide, tribenuron‐methyl
  37. Benoxacor induction of terbuthylazine detoxification in Zea mays and Festuca arundinacea
  38. Growth Response and Changes in Starch Formation as a Result of Imazethapyr Treatment of Soybean (Glycine max L.)
  39. Growth stimulation and inhibition by salt in relation to Na+ manipulating genes in xero-halophyte Atriplex halimus L.
  40. Herbicide tolerance in maize is related to increased levels of glutathione and glutathione-associated enzymes
  41. Role of glycine in improving the ionic and ROS homeostasis during NaCl stress in wheat
  42. Alleviation of isoproturon toxicity to wheat by exogenous application of glutathione
  43. Differential influence of herbicide treatments on activity and kinetic parameters of C4 photosynthetic enzymes from Zea mays
  44. The influence of naphthalic anhydride and 1-aminobenzotriazole on maize tolerance to herbicides: a possible role for glutathione S-transferase in herbicide persistence and�…
  45. Effect of rimsulfuron and of its major degradation product on ALS activity and on protein and starch formation in maize
  46. Rimsulfuron interference with synthesis and structural integrity of acetohydroxyacid synthase does not contribute to resistance in Glycine max
  47. Variation in antioxidants among three wheat cultivars varying in tolerance to NaCl
  48. Response of water stressed Vigna sinensis plants to application of IAA and/or oxalic acid.
  49. EFFECT OF ALACHLOR RESIDUES ON SOME BIOCHEMICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES OF MAIZE AND SOYBEAN. 1. DETOXIFICATION AND STRESS-STATUS
  50. A possible role for C4 photosynthetic enzymes in tolerance of Zea mays to NaCl
  51. Molecular aspects in elevation of sunflower tolerance to drought by boron and calcium foliar sprays
  52. Comparative effects of four herbicides on physiological aspects in Triticum sativum L.
  53. Phytoplankton diversity in some ponds at new Damietta-Egypt
  54. Supplementary CaCl2 ameliorates wheat tolerance to NaCl
  55. Photosynthesis and growth responses of five Paulownia lines to salt stress
  56. Granular mycoherbicides formulation of Fusarium oxysporum for Orobanche biocontrol mitigate oxidative stress and growth reduction in host species
  57. Role of defense enzymes, proteins, solutes and Δ1-pyrroline-5-carboxylate synthase in wheat tolerance to drought
  58. Differential tolerance of two wheat cultivars to NaCl is related to antioxidant potentialities
  59. Recognition, implication and management of plant resistance to herbicides
  60. Physiological responses of herbicides-treated wheat to selected nitrogn sources
  61. Efficacy of branched-chain amino acids and naphthalic anhydride for Soybean protection from rimsulfuron toxicity
  62. MM Nemat alla, and ZM EI-Bastawisy. 2003. Kinetin elleviates the influence of water logging and salinity on growth and effects the production of plant growth regulators in�…
  63. Role of CaCl2 in osmoregulation and up-regulation of the salt stress related genes NHX1 and SOS1 in wheat during NaCl stress
  64. Effect of kinetin on photosyntheic activity and carbohydrate content in waterlogged or seawater treated Vigna sinensis and Zea mays
  65. Influence of Imazethapyr on the Kinetics of Ribulose 1, 5-Bisphosphate Carboxylase and on the Mtrogenous Components in Glycine max
  66. Comparative effects of alachlor-metolachlor-atrazine-fluometuron and trifluralin on the endogenous phytohormones in maize and soybean
  67. Phytoplankton as indicators of water quality in the irrigation and drainage canals in western Damietta-Egypt
  68. Symptoms of an abscission-like response in herbicide-treated maize (zea mays) seedlings and its relation to chlorosis
  69. EFFECT OF ALACHLOR ON SOME BIOCHEMICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES OF MAIZE AND SOYBEAN. 2. INTERFERENCE WITH GROWTH, PIGMENTATION, AMINOLEVULINATE-DEHYDRATASE AND PHOSPHO�…
  70. Exogenous trehalose alleviates the adverse effects of salinity stress in wheat
  71. Exogenous trehalose alleviates the adverse effects of NaCl stress in wheat
  72. Relationship between efficiency of antioxidants in wheat and tolerance to NaCl
  73. Efficacy of a pyrimidine derivative to control spot disease on Solanum melongena caused by Alternaria alternata
  74. Regulation of glutathione in tolerance of Triticum aestivum to isoproturon
  75. عنوان البحث
  76. Epiphytic microalgae and water quality interaction at north delta-Egypt
  77. Differential susceptibility of maize to atrazine is related to deficiency in antioxidant levels
  78. Mansoura University, Damietta, Egypt
  79. Levels of glutathione, glutathione reductase and glutathione S-transferase activities in rat lung and liver.
  80. عنوان البحث
  81. Differential tolerance of maize to herbicides is related to induction of glutathione and glutathione-associated enzymes
  82. Solute levels and osmoregulatory enzyme activities in reed plants adapted to drought and saline habitats.
  83. Exploring of biological control of Fusarium wilt disease
  84. Anatomical leaf adaptations in vascular plants of a salt marsh in the Atacama Desert (Chile).
  85. La kinetine permet d'eviter l'effet de la submersion et de la salinite sur la croissance et affecte la production de regulateurs de croissance chez Vigna Sinensis et Zea mays
  86. Phytoplankton diversity in some fish farms of Damietta in relation to pollution
  87. Potential for gene transfer between wheat (Triticum aestivum) and jointed goatgrass (Aegilops cylindrical).
  88. Interaction of exogenous nitrogen sources on wheat tolerance to herbicides. Responses of defense mechanism
  89. Responses of the endogenous levels of phytohormones in maize and soybean to treatment with rimsulfuron
  90. Persistence of co-applied herbicides in two types of soil
  91. The influence of naphthalic anhydride and 1-aminobenzotriazole on maize resistance to herbicides: Secondary metabolism responses
  92. The influence of naphthalic anhydride and 1-aminobenzotriazole on maize resistance to herbicides: Interferences with growth. Egypt
  93. Influence of some herbicides on the activity and kinetics of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase, malate dehydrogenase and pyruvate phosphate dikinase enzymes in Zea mays
  94. Changes in abscisic acid and pigments of maize and soybean as a consequence of rimsulfuron action on acetohydroxyacid synthase
  95. Side-effects of rimsulfuron on the microbial biomass of a clayey-loam soil
  96. Immunodiagnosis of human fascioliasis: An update of concepts and performances of the serological assays.
  97. Influence of Imazethapyr on Carbohydrate Formation in Soybean (Glycine max L.) Seedlings
  98. Influence of Imazethapyr on the Kinetics of Ribulose 1, 5-Bisphosphate Carboxylase and on the Nitrogenous Components in Glycine max
  99. Effect of rimsulfuron and its major degradation product on ALS activity and on protein and starch formation in maize.. vol. 1
  100. Toxicity of rimsulfuron and of its major degradation product to corn
  101. Consequences of metolachlor persistence of treated and safened Zea mays on gibberellins, glutathione, -amylase, and glutathione S-transferase
  102. Effect of metolachlor on protein content, phenylalanine-ammonia lyase, tyrosine ammonia-lyase, and glutathione S-transferase activities of maize and soybean plants
  103. Effect of imazethapyr treatment on some aspects of soybean metabolism
  104. Changes in delta aminolivulinate dehydratase (ALA-D), phosphomono esterase (PM-ase) and protein contents in response to treatment of maize and soybean with cotoran, treflan and�…
  105. Role of glutathione-S-transferase (GST) in the detoxification of cotoran, treflan, and gesaprim by maize and soybean plants
  106. Effect of cotoran, treflan and gesaprim on phenylalanine ammonia lyase and tyrosine ammonia lyase activities in maize and soybean plants
  107. Physiological and biochemical studies on the effects of some herbicides on maize and soybean plants
  108. Estimation of total, protein-bound and nonprotein sulfhydryl groups in tissue with Ellman's reagent.
  109. Alterazioni del metabolismo e sintomi di stress nel mais e nella soia in resposta a trattamento con alachlor
  110. The effect of certain herbicides on growth and carbohydrate content in maize and soybean seedlings
  111. Responses of nitrogenous constituents in maize and soybean seedlings to treatment with some herbicides
  112. Effects of certain herbicides on pigment biosynthesis in maize and soybean seedlings
  113. Plant growth, metabolism and adaptation in relation to stress conditions. V. Effects of salinity on the fatty acids of germinating flax, cotton and castor bean seeds
  114. Studies on fat metabolism in germinating seeds
  115. Granular pesta formulation of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. Orthoceras for biological control of sunflower broomrape: Efficacy and shelf life.
  116. Effect of salt and drought stress on antioxidant enzymes activities and SOD isoenzymes of liquorice (Glycyrrhiza uralensis Fisch).
  117. Colorimetric estimation of plant polysaccharides.
  118. ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY ON THE INVASIVE WEED Cynanchum acutum L.