ahmedabudief

Dr. Ahmed Mohammed Abu-Dief Mohammed

Assistant Professor - Assistant professor of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry

Faculty of science

Address: Behind hospital of Sohag University - Ali Ebn Abi Taleb Street

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2020-12-20 17:00:14 Keywords Magnetic water, saline water, ,
The effect of saline water magnetization on physiological and agronomic traits of some bread wheat genotypes
The present work relates to estimate the effect of magnetically-treated saline water on physiological and agronomic traits of 22 bread wheat genotypes and to determine the changes in soil properties. Replicated pot experiments involving potable water, saline water (2500 and 5000 ppm) and magnetically treated (2500 and 5000 ppm saline water) were conducted in greenhouse during 2017/2018 and 2018/2019 winter ... Read more

2020-12-20 16:50:43 Keywords Bread wheat (T. aestivum L.), ,
Grain Yield Stability of New Bread Wheat Genotypes (Triticum aestivum L.) under Normal and Heat Stress Conditions
FORTY-TWO bread wheat genotypes (Triticum aestivum L.) were evaluated in eight environments in Egypt: two locations and two planting dates during the two 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 growing seasons. The objectives of this study were to estimate grain yield, number of spikes plant-1, 1000-kernel weight and plant height of these 42 bread wheat genotypes under different environments and to determine their ... Read more

2020-11-28 15:56:07 Keywords Eocene, Bivalvia, Nile Valley, ,
Elattaar, A. A. & Seddik, A. A. (2017): The Bivalve Fauna of the Eocene Succession of the Maghagha Area, East and West of the Nile Valley, Egypt. Egyptian Journal of Geology, 61:521-568, 3 text-figs, 3 tables, pls. 1-6.
Forty one bivalve species belonging to thirty one genera, twenty two families, sixteen superfamilies, six orders and three subclasses are identified from the Middle Eocene successions exposed in the Maghagha area, east and west of the Nile Valley. The bivalve fauna studied herein came from six sections, five of them are located on the eastern side of the Nile Valley ... Read more

2020-11-15 04:08:51 Keywords Flow cytometry, DNA contents, ,
1	2015 Marine Pollution of Chemicals Detergents Contamination Induced Apoptosis and Necrosis in Fish Liver (Sardine aurita) by Flow Cytometry DNA Measurements
AUTHOR Listed: Tito N. Habib* (Molecular Genetics' Lab, Zoology Department, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, Egypt) Mohamed F. El-Sayed (Physiology Lab, Zoology Department, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, Egypt) Fathi M. Ali (Environmental Science department, Faculty of science, Azzaytuna University, Tarhouna, Libya) Tawfiq M. Almsatar (Environmental Science department, Faculty of science, Azzaytuna University, Tarhouna, Libya) Registered: ABSTRACT Background: Presently, there ... Read more

2020-05-01 17:16:28 Keywords FLOORING MORTARS, PROTEINS , ,
DETECTION OF PROTEINS AS ORGANIC ADDITIVE IN FLOORING MORTARS USED IN EXCAVATED REMAINS FROM ANBA SHENOUTE MONASTERY, SOHAG, EGYPT
Detecting organic additives in ancient mortars is significant to be carried out as far as mineralogical, chemical, and physical investigations. That characterisation allows understanding the technology of those mortars and is important to make appropriate decisions in conservation works. Previous characterisations of organic additives in mortars, including jointing and flooring ones used in the Red Monastery located next to Anba ... Read more

2020-04-26 14:22:28 Keywords Ear reconstruction, microtia, ,
Recommendations for the Development and Reform of Microtia and Atresia Services
Background: The initial step in setting up standardized microtia- atresia service is investigating the current status of the service and comparing this to internationally recognized guidelines or care standards. Inmany countries, documented information aboutmicro- tia care is lacking. This study is an initiative to guide reform efforts of national microtia service in any country. The UK care standards for microtia-atresia ... Read more

Role of autophagy in immune regulation
autophagy is a degradation pathway responsible for removal of damaged organelles, malformed proteins by lysosome . autophagy & autophagy proteins have roles in immune regulation which will be more clear after this review Read more

2020-03-29 12:10:38 Keywords Betaine levels, , cyclic heat stress, , performance, , broilers.,
EFFECT OFBETAINE  LEVELS ON BROILER PERFORMANCE  UNDER CYCLIC HEAT STRESS
ABSTRACT: This study was carried out at the Research Poultry Farm, Faculty of Agriculture, Sohag University,Egypt. It was designed to study the effect of betaine supplementation on broilers performance under cyclic heat stress. A total number of 375 Ross, one day-old were equally divided into five groups (75 birds/group) with three replicates (25birds / replicat). In the first group, birds ... Read more

2020-03-29 12:10:38 Keywords Betaine levels, , cyclic heat stress, , performance, , broilers.,
EFFECT OFBETAINE  LEVELS ON BROILER PERFORMANCE  UNDER CYCLIC HEAT STRESS
ABSTRACT: This study was carried out at the Research Poultry Farm, Faculty of Agriculture, Sohag University,Egypt. It was designed to study the effect of betaine supplementation on broilers performance under cyclic heat stress. A total number of 375 Ross, one day-old were equally divided into five groups (75 birds/group) with three replicates (25birds / replicat). In the first group, birds ... Read more

2020-03-29 12:10:38 Keywords Betaine levels, , cyclic heat stress, , performance, , broilers.,
EFFECT OFBETAINE  LEVELS ON BROILER PERFORMANCE  UNDER CYCLIC HEAT STRESS
ABSTRACT: This study was carried out at the Research Poultry Farm, Faculty of Agriculture, Sohag University,Egypt. It was designed to study the effect of betaine supplementation on broilers performance under cyclic heat stress. A total number of 375 Ross, one day-old were equally divided into five groups (75 birds/group) with three replicates (25birds / replicat). In the first group, birds ... Read more