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  • Growth stimulation and inhibition by salt in relation to Na+ manipulating genes in xero-halophyte Atriplex halimus L
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  1. Proline induces the expression of salt‐stress‐responsive proteins and may improve the adaptation of Pancratium maritimum L. to salt‐stress
  2. Oxidative stress in herbicide-treated broad bean and maize plants
  3. The importance of phytogenic mounds (Nebkhas) for restoration of arid degraded rangelands in Northern Sinai
  4. Water quality assessment with simultaneous Landsat-5 TM at Manzala Lagoon, Egypt
  5. Distribution of aquatic plants in relation to environmental factors in the Nile Delta
  6. Fine and coarse regulation of reactive oxygen species in the salt tolerant mutants of barnyard grass and their wild‐type parents under salt stress
  7. Hepatoprotective effect of Moringa oleifera leaves extract against carbon tetrachloride-induced liver damage in rats
  8. Relationships between landforms, soil characteristics and dominant xerophytes in the hyper-arid northern United Arab Emirates
  9. Regulation of metabolomics in Atriplex halimus growth under salt and drought stress
  10. Forage production from three grass species under saline irrigation in Egypt
  11. Effect of kinetin on photosynthetic activity and carbohydrate content in waterlogged or seawater-treated Vigna sinensis and Zea mays plants
  12. Herbicide tolerance in maize is related to increased levels of glutathione and glutathione-associated enzymes
  13. Kinetin regulation of growth and secondary metabolism in waterlogging and salinity treated Vigna sinensis and Zea mays
  14. Physiological aspects of tolerance in Atriplex halimus L. to NaCl and drought
  15. Changes in antioxidants and kinetics of glutathione-S-transferase of maize in response to isoproturon treatment
  16. Changes of antioxidants and GSH-associated enzymes in isoproturon-treated maize
  17. A DREB gene from the xero-halophyte Atriplex halimus is induced by osmotic but not ionic stress and shows distinct differences from glycophytic homologues
  18. Ecology and biomass production of Cyperus papyrus L. on the Nile bank at Damietta, Egypt
  19. Determinants of floristic diversity and vegetation composition on the islands of Lake Burollos, Egypt
  20. Phylogenetic diversity and ecological features in the Egyptian flora
  21. In vitro selection of mung bean and tomato for improving tolerance to NaCl
  22. Changes in nitrogen content and protein profiles following in vitro selection of NaCl resistant mung bean and tomato
  23. Floristic composition and phytogeography in a Mediterranean deltaic lake (Lake Burollos), Egypt
  24. Aquatic macrophyte distribution in Lake Manzala, Egypt
  25. On the ecology of the deltaic Mediterranean coastal land, Egypt. III. The habitat of salt marshes of Damietta-Port Said coastal region.
  26. Role of glycine in improving the ionic and ROS homeostasis during NaCl stress in wheat
  27. Granular formulation of Fusarium oxysporum for biological control of faba bean and tomato Orobanche
  28. Vegetation–environment relationships along El‐Salam Canal, Egypt
  29. Vegetation zonation and management in the Damietta estuary of the River Nile
  30. Salt tolerance at germination and vegetative growth involves different mechanisms in barnyard grass (Echinochloa crusgalli L.) mutants
  31. Ecology of four succulent halophytes in the Mediterranean coast of Damietta Egypt
  32. Growth and inhibition by salt in relation to Na+ manipulating genes in xero-halophyte Atriplex halimus L.
  33. On the ecology of Azolla filiculoides Lam. in Damietta district, Egypt
  34. Ecology and biomass of Phragmites australis (Cav.) Trin. Ex. Steud. in the north-eastern region of the Nile Delta, Egypt
  35. Ecology of the rampant weed Nymphaea lotus L. Willdenow in natural and ricefield habitats of the Nile delta, Egypt
  36. Molecular aspects in elevation of sunflower tolerance to drought by boron and calcium foliar sprays
  37. Growth, photosynthesis and stress-inducible genes of Phragmites australis (Cav.) Trin. ex Steudel from different habitats
  38. Nutrients alleviate the deleterious effect of salinity on germination and early seedling growth of the psammophytic grass Elymus farctus
  39. A possible role for C4 photosynthetic enzymes in tolerance of Zea mays to NaCl
  40. Studies on the ecology and control of aquatic and canal bank weeds of the Nile Delta, Egypt
  41. Richness, phylogenetic diversity, and abundance all have positive effects on invader performance in an arid ecosystem
  42. Ecotoxicological assessment of toxic elements contamination in mangrove ecosystem along the Red Sea coast, Egypt
  43. Exogenous trehalose alleviates the adverse effects of salinity stress in wheat.
  44. Population structure and ecological role of Moringa peregrina (Forssk.) Fiori. at its northwestern range edge in the Hajar Mountains
  45. Role of defense enzymes, proteins, solutes and Δ1-pyrroline-5-carboxylate synthase in wheat tolerance to drought
  46. Invasion risk assessment using trait-environment and species distribution modelling techniques in an arid protected area: Towards conservation prioritization
  47. Drought stress affects gas exchange and uptake and partitioning of minerals in swallowwort (Cynanchum acutum L.)
  48. Mountainous landscape vegetation and species composition at Wadi Helo: a protected area in Hajar Mountains, UAE
  49. Shelf-life extension and quality improvement of minimally processed pear by combination treatments with irradiation
  50. Ecology of some aquatic plants in polluted water courses, Nile Delta, Egypt
  51. Growth Response and Changes in Starch Formation as a Result of Imazethapyr Treatment of Soybean (Glycine max L.)
  52. Differential tolerance of two wheat cultivars to NaCl is related to antioxidant potentialities
  53. Use of the kallar grass (Leptochloa fusca L.) Kunth. in saline agriculture in arid lands of Egypt.
  54. The shoreline and aquatic vegetation of El-Salam canal, Egypt
  55. Effect of rimsulfuron and its major degradation product on ALS activity and on protein and starch formation in maize.
  56. Nitrogen alleviates NaCl toxicity in maize seedlings by regulating photosynthetic activity and ROS homeostasis
  57. The interaction of genes controlling root traits is required for the developmental acquisition of deep and thick root traits and improving root architecture in response to low�…
  58. Overexpression of Na+-manipulating genes in wheat by selenium is associated with antioxidant enforcement for enhancement of salinity tolerance
  59. Restricting the above ground sink corrects the root/shoot ratio and substantially boosts the yield potential per panicle in field‐grown rice (Oryza sativa L.)
  60. Keys for and morphological character variation in some Egyptian cultivars of Cucurbitaceae
  61. Effect of gamma radiation on the physiological properties and genetic materials of Streptomyces albaduncus and S. erythogresius
  62. Phytoplankton distribution in relation to environmental factors along the Suez Canal and the Red Sea coast of Egypt
  63. Ecology and anatomy of Nymphaea Lotus L. in the Nile delta
  64. Kinetics of inhibition of isoproturon to glutathione-associated enzymes in wheat
  65. Root-favoured biomass allocation improves growth and yield of field-grown rice (Oryza sativa L.) plants only when the shoot sink is expandable
  66. Heterogeneity in patterns of survival of the invasive species Ipomoea carnea in urban habitats along the Egyptian Nile Delta
  67. Environmental Influences on the Distribution and Abundance of Waterlettuce(Pistia stratiotes L.) in Egypt
  68. Supplementary CaCl2 ameliorates wheat tolerance to NaCl
  70. Phytoplankton diversity in some ponds at New Damietta-Egypt
  71. Growing halophytes in Egypt for forage production and desertification contol.
  72. Responses and tolerance mechanisms of mangrove trees to the ambient salinity along the Egyptian Red Sea Coast
  73. Regional patterns of rarity and life history elements in the flora of Egypt
  74. The Rediscovery of Papyrus (Cyperus papyrus L.), on the bank of the Damietta branch of the Nile Delta, Egypt
  75. On the ecology of canal bank vegetation of the Nile Delta, Egypt
  76. On the ecology of Damietta coastal area
  77. Response to salt stress of two wetland grasses of forage potentialities
  78. Developmental acquisition of salt tolerance in the halophyte Atriplex halimus L. is related to differential regulation of salt inducible genes
  79. Granular Mycoherbicides Formulation of Fusarium oxysporum for Orobanche Biocontrol Mitigate Oxidative Stress and Growth Reduction in Host Species
  80. The occurrence of microfungi in the ectorhizosphere-rhizoplane zone of some selected macrophytes from the Nile Delta of Egypt
  81. The complementary role of root and leaf PIP1 and PIP2 aquaporins drives the anisohydric behavior in Helinathus annuus L.
  82. Water quality and monitoring of some pollution indicators in Lake Manzala, Egypt
  83. Phytochemical and biological evaluation of Urospermum picroides
  84. Evaluation of some plant extracts for controlling mycoflora causing spoilage of stored cereals and legumes
  85. Physiological responses of herbicides-treated wheat to selected nitrogen sources.
  86. Potentiality of Azolla filiculoides Lam. for nitrogen fixation and its use as biofertilizer for rice. Egypt
  87. Domestication and biomass production of Kochia scoparia (L.) Roth as a fodder-producing halophyte under Egyptian conditions
  88. On the Ecology of the Deltaic Mediterranean Coastal Land, Egypt. Sand Formation of Damietta-Port-Said Coast
  89. Phytochemical Screening and Antioxidant Potential of Lotus corniculatusand Amaranthus viridis
  90. Influence of land cover indices and surface temperature on the metals bioaccumulation by three Macrophytes in Lake Burullus, Egypt
  91. Essential Oils as Antimicrobial and Food Preservatives
  92. High external Na+, but not K+, stimulates the growth of Ulva lactuca (L.) via induction of the plasma membrane ATPases and achievement of K+/Na+ homeostasis
  93. Phytochemical Constituents and Antibacterial Activity of the Medicinal Herb Deverra tortuosa (Desf.) DC.
  94. Performance and chemical composition of three Echinochloa grasses over short term experiment
  95. An Ecological Study on Two Geophytes: Asparagus stipularis Forssk. and Asphodelus aestivus Brot. in the Mediterranean Coast of Egypt
  96. Epiphytic microalgae and water quality interaction at north delta-Egypt
  97. Habitat-types and diversity of plants in Wadi El Rayan protectorate
  98. Ecology and economic potentialities of the dominant salt-tolerant reeds and rushes in the Nile Delta
  99. Phytoplankton as indicators of water quality in the irrigation and drainage canals in western Damietta-Egypt
  100. On the ecology of aquatic plants of the irrigation and drainage canals of Damietta, Egypt
  101. Analysis of habitats and anatomy of Juncus subulatus Forssk, deltaic Mediterranean coast, Egypt.
  102. Stigmasterol relieves the negative impact of drought on flax through modulation of redox homeostasis
  103. Bioactive constituents and allelopathic activities of the invasive weed Ranunculus sceleratus L. Nile Delta, Egypt
  104. Maturation of Atriplex halimus L. leaves involves changes in the molecular regulation of stomatal conductance under high evaporative demand and high but not low�…
  106. Mycoflora associated with some stored seeds and their control by aqueous extract from medicinal plants
  107. Antioxidant activity and phenolic profile of wild and cultivated endemic Origanum syriacum var. Sinaicum in Saint Catherine protectorate, southern Sinai
  108. Ameliorative effect of ascorbate on growth and oil fatty acid composition of soybean under salinity
  109. Mycogenical synthesising agnps using two native Egyptian endophytic fungi isolated from poisonous plants
  110. Heavy Metals Biosorption Using Dry Biomass of Lotus Corniculatus L. And Amaranthus Viridis L.
  111. Bio-Control And Ultrastructure Of Post-Harvest Pathogenic Fungi Of Apple Fruits: Post-harvest pathogenic fungi of fruits
  112. The success of alien plants in an arid ecosystem: Structural equation modeling reveals hidden effects of soil resources
  113. Contrasting alien effects on native diversity along biotic and abiotic gradients in an arid protected area
  114. Ecological and essential oils characteristics of Deverra tortuosai (Desf.) DC. in Egyptian deserts
  115. Ecological study of the invasive weed Lepidium virginicum L. in the fields of the Nile Delta coast
  116. Differential responses of aquatic and aerobic forms of Echinochloa crus-galli (L.) Beauv. and E. colona (L.) Link. by morpho-physiological and molecular analysis
  117. Adaptation of Silene succulenta Forssk. and Spergularia marina (L.) Bessler growing in the deltaic mediterranean coast of Egypt
  118. Efficacy of branched-chain amino acids and naphthalic anhydride for soybean protection from rimsulfuron toxicity.
  119. Ecological Risk Assessment of Heavy Metals in Water, Sediment and Macrophytes of Two Drains in the Deltaic Mediterranean Coast of Egypt.
  120. Stigmasterol alleviates the impacts of drought in flax and improves oil yield via modulating efficient antioxidant and ROS homeostasis
  121. Molecular and Physiological Responses of Naturally Grown Atriplex halimus L. to Drought-Stress Recovery in the Absence or Presence of Na+ Ions Under Natural�…
  122. Niche differentiation of two congeneric Phlomis species in Egypt
  123. Alleviation of chlorimuron-ethyl toxicity to soybean by branched-chain amino acids or naphthalic anhydride
  124. Clinopodium serpyllifolium subsp. barbatum (Lamiaceae) and Datura ferox (Solanaceae): New records for the flora of Egypt
  125. Effect of some Natural Treatments on Vegetative Growth and Leaf Chemical Composition of Squash Plants Growing Under Cold Conditions.
  126. Bahr El Baqar Drain: Ecological and Historical Studies: Negative Imapcts on human health and Lake Manzala
  127. Biotic Relationships between Plants and Birds at Damietta Coastal Area, Egypt
  128. Ecology and seasonal growth patterns for Ottelia alismoides (L.) Pers., in freshwater habitats in Egypt
  129. Comparative effects of alachlor, metolachlor, atrazine, fluometuron and trifluralin on the endogenous phytohormones in maize and soybean.
  130. Enhancing drought tolerance of flax and improving oil quality features by priming seeds in folic acid
  131. Attenuation of impact of rimsulfuron in maize by priming of grains with branched-chain amino acids or dressing with naphthalic anhydride
  132. The current status and the long-term variations of water quality in Lake Manzala, Egypt
  133. The antagonistic and synergistic effects of naphthalic anhydride and 1aminobenzotriazole to imazethapyr toxicity in maize
  134. Floristic composition, chorotypes and life form of the Musallata, natural reserve, Libya
  135. Speciation the heavy metals; Fe, Mn, Cu, Zn, Ni, Cd and Pb in the Sediment of Lake Burullus (Ramsar site), Egypt
  136. Different Responses of Echinochloa crus-galli and Echinochloa colona to Bisbyric-sodium (Nominee tm)
  137. Exogenous trehalose alleviates the adverse effects of NaCl stress in wheat
  139. Habitat Effect on the Essential Oils, Phenolics and Flavonoids of the Medicinal Weed Apium graveolens L.
  142. Effect of gamma irradiation on the morphological characteristics of some pigmented streptomycetes isolated from Egyptian soils
  143. In vitro selection of NaCl resistant mung bean and tomato plants.
  144. Phytochemistry and Ecology of Cyperus capitatus: Isolation of a New Flavane
  145. The influence of naphthalic anhydride and 1-aminobenzotriazole on maize resistance to herbicides-secondary metabolism responses.
  146. Influence of Imazethapyr on the Kinetics of Ribulose 1, 5-Bisphosphate Carboxylase and on the Nitrogenous Components in Glycine max
  147. Symptoms of an abscission-like response in herbicide-treated maize (Zea mays) seedlings and its relation to chlorosis.
  148. Nutrients alleviate the deleterious effect of salinity on germination and early seedling growth of the psammophytic grass
  149. Modelling current and future distribution of some invasive weeds at local and global scales under climatic change
  150. Bioaccumulation of some heavy metals by four exotic weeds in the coastal area of Nile Delta, Egypt
  151. Phenotypic plasticity of four invasive species in north-eastern section of the Nile Delta coast, Egypt
  152. Water Quality and Bacteriological Assessment of Two Drains; in the Deltaic Mediterranean Coast of Egypt.
  153. Bioactive Compounds from Macrofungi and their Potential Applications
  154. Exploring the Antibacterial Potential of Essential Oils Extracted from Three Medicinal Plants Against Some Foodborne Bacteria
  155. Improving fatty acid composition of soybean yield under NaCl stress by soaking seeds in ascorbate
  157. Carbohydrate fractionation of two congeneric Phlomis species from different microhabitats at Saint Katherine and the western Mediterranean coast of Egypt
  158. Assessment of nurses’ competency level regarding the care of infants with congenital anomalies of central nervous System
  159. Comparative characterization of growth and phylogenetic relationship of some Poaceae C3 and C4 members in aquatic and terrestrial habitats
  160. Microhabitats Supporting Endemic Plants in Sinai, Egypt
  161. Assessing Efficacy of Some Egyptian Medicinal Plants Extract against Postharvest Fungi cause Spoilage of Fruits
  162. Group–B streptococcal genital infection and premature rupture of membranes
  163. Effect of imazethapyr on Zea mays L. in the presence of the safener naphthalic anhydride or the cytochrome inhibitor 1-aminobenzotriazole
  164. The impact of different habitats on some C3 and C4 species of poaceae growing in Nile delta
  165. Monitoring of Some Pollution Indicators in Lake Manzala, Egypt.
  166. Environmental impact of some poisonous weeds in Damietta, Egypt
  167. A Survey Study on some Halophytes Growing in the Damietta Coastal Area Referring to its Botanical and Ecological Significance
  168. Ecological Study on Two Grass Species in the Coastal Wetlands of the Nile Delta, Egypt
  169. Different Responses of Echinochloa crus-galli and Echinochloa colona to Bisbyric-sodium (Nomineetm)
  170. Differential effect of NaCl and KCl salinity on dimorphic seeds of chicory (Cichorium pumilum L.) during germination and subsequent recovery
  171. Antifungal activity of some medicinal plant extracts against the most prevalent fungal pathogens causing spoilage of some fruits
  172. Impact of Environmental Changes on loss of Biodiversity in Egypt
  173. Relationship between efficiency of antioxidants in wheat and tolerance to NaCl
  174. Role of Na+ manipulating genes in Phragmites australis adaptation to different habitats
  175. Changes in ni tro gen con tent and pro tein pro files fol low ing in vi tro selection of NaCl resistant mung bean and tomato
  176. Ecology of Four Succulent Halophytes
  177. Biocontrol of seed-borne mycoflora by plant extracts
  178. The current status of heavy metals pollution in Burullus Protectorate, Ramsar site, Egypt
  179. Effects of Water Level and Nutrients on Growth and Chemical Composition of Two Wetland Sedges in the Nile Delta
  180. Supplementary CaCl2 ameliorates wheat tolerance to NaCl.
  181. eco-physiological of three economic weeds weeds - e book
  183. Microbiological Quality of Mixed Vegetables Salad and Insuring its Safety by Irradiation
  184. In vitro selection of mung bean and tomato for improving tolerance to NaCl
  185. Effect of Irradiation on the Hygienic, Chemical and Sensory Quality of Minimally Processed Fresh-Cut Carrot
  186. Mycological Studies on Some Minimally Processed Fruits and Vegetables
  188. Antimicrobial Activity and Morphological Changes of Streptomyces Ascendable and Streptomyces Eighty-three's as Affected by Environmental Conditions and Gamma Radiation
  189. In vitro selection of tomato resistance to metribuzin herbicide. Indices of tissue culture and growth parameters.
  190. In vitro induction of tomato resistance to metribuzin herbicide. Secondary metabolism indices.
  191. Metabolic responses of tomato plants to metribuzin herbicide by in vivo and in vitro techniques.
  192. La kin�tine permet d'�viter l'effet de la submersion et de la salinit� sur la croissance et affecte la production de r�gulateurs de croissance chez Vigna sinensis et Zea mays
  193. The influence of naphthalic anhydride and 1-aminobenzotriazole on maize resistance to herbicides-interferences with growth.
  194. Efficacite du GA3 et des phytoprotecteurs dans la protection du mais contre la toxicite du metolachlor
  195. [Future objectives for Agricultural development in Egypt in the frame of local, regional and international changes].[Arabic]
  196. Future objectives for Agricultural development in Egypt in the frame of local, regional and international changes
  197. Effect of rimsulfuron and its major degradation product on ALS activity and on protein and starch formation in maize.. vol. 1
  198. Vegetation types of Lake Burollos sand bar and their role in the lake development
  200. Changes in ni tro gen con tent and pro tein pro files fol low ing in vi tro se lec tion of NaCl re sis tant mung bean and to mato
  201. Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences
  202. Plant Life of the Coastal Swamps in Egypt: Renewable Natural Resources for Sustainable Development
  203. Growing halophytes in Egypt for forage production and desertification control Production fourrag�re et contr�le de la d�sertification en Egypte par la culture de plantes halophytes