Abdel-Wahab A. Abdel-warith

Abdel-Wahab A. Abdel-warith

King Saud University

H-index: 20

Asia-Saudi Arabia

Abdel-Wahab A. Abdel-warith Information

University

King Saud University

Position

and Al-Azhar university

Citations(all)

1330

Citations(since 2020)

1006

Cited By

562

hIndex(all)

20

hIndex(since 2020)

17

i10Index(all)

30

i10Index(since 2020)

28

Email

University Profile Page

King Saud University

Abdel-Wahab A. Abdel-warith Skills & Research Interests

fish nutration and management Aquaculture

Top articles of Abdel-Wahab A. Abdel-warith

Role of Fucoidan on the Growth Behavior and Blood Metabolites and Toxic Effects of Atrazine in Nile Tilapia Oreochromis niloticus (Linnaeus, 1758)

Simple Summary Toxic derivatives reach the ponds and cages where fish are grown, and the continuous exposure to these contaminants proved to impair the healthy status of several finfish species. In some countries famous for cultivating rice and corn, atrazine (ATZ) is massively applied to protect plants from invaders. Many functional additives are permitted for application in the aquaculture sector as natural alternatives for chemotherapies. In this study, the toxicity impacts of ATZ and the protective role of fucoidan were investigated on the health performance of Nile tilapia. Long-term exposure to ATZ resulted in low growth rate, impaired hepato-renal function, intestinal inflammation, and oxidative stress in Nile tilapia. However, the obtained results soundly support fucoidan’s potential role to cope with the impacts of ATZ on Nile tilapia. Abstract Waterborne herbicides are stressful agents that threaten the productivity and safety of finfish species. In this study, the toxicity impacts of atrazine (ATZ) and the protective role of fucoidan were investigated on the health performance of Nile tilapia. For 40 days, the total number of 180 Nile tilapia was assigned in four groups (triplicates, 15 fish/replicate), where the first (control) and third groups were offered the control diet, while the second and fourth groups were offered a fucoidan (FCN). Further, in the third and fourth groups, the water was mixed with atrazine (ATZ) at 1.39 mg/L daily. The growth rate, FCR, and survival rate were markedly enhanced by fucoidan but severely declined by ATZ exposure (p < 0.05). The morphological structure of the intestine in the control fish …

Authors

Abdel-Wahab A Abdel-Warith,Elsayed M Younis,Nasser A Al-Asgah,Mahmoud S Gewaily,Shaimaa M El-Tonoby,Mahmoud AO Dawood

Journal

Animals

Published Date

2021/5/18

Selenium nanoparticles are required for the optimum growth behavior, antioxidative capacity, and liver wellbeing of Striped catfish (Pangasianodon hypophthalmus)

Selenium (Se) is a multifunctional trace element required in specific amounts for the optimal growth of aquatic finfish species. For this reason, this study investigated the effect of Se nanoparticles on the growth behavior, antioxidative capacity, and liver wellbeing of Striped catfish (Pangasianodon hypophthalmus). Striped catfish fed varying Se nanoparticles levels (0. 0.5, 1, and 2 mg/kg) in triplicate units and kept for 60 days. Striped catfish delivered dietary Se nanoparticles had markedly increased growth performance, specific growth rate (SGR), consumed feed, and protein efficiency ratio but reduced feed conversion ratio (FCR). The whole body, liver, muscle, and gills have higher Se accumulation levels in fish that received Se nanoparticles than the control with the highest level in fish fed 2 mg/kg. The carcass composition showed higher protein content in fish fed 1 and 2 mg/kg (p = 0.001 and 0.001) and higher …

Authors

Mohamed E El-Sharawy,Mohamed Hamouda,Ali A Soliman,Asem A Amer,Ahmed M El-Zayat,Hani Sewilam,Elsayed M Younis,Abdel-Wahab A Abdel-Warith,Mahmoud AO Dawood

Journal

Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences

Published Date

2021/12/1

Selenium nanoparticles act potentially on the growth performance, hemato-biochemical indices, antioxidative, and immune-related genes of European seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax)

The current study investigated the role of selenium (Se) nanoparticles on the growth performance, hemato-biochemical indices, antioxidative, and immune-related genes of European seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax). Therefore, fish with initial weight of 20.53 ± 0.10 g/fish were fed diets with 0, 0.25, 0.5, and 1 mg Se nanoparticles/kg diet for 90 days. The final body weight, weight gain, and specific growth rate of fish fed dietary nano-Se varying levels were significantly higher than the control with the highest performances and lowest FCR in the group of fish fed nano-Se at 0.5 mg/kg. The values of Hb, PCV, RBCs, and WBCs were significantly higher in fish fed varying levels of Se nanoparticles than fish fed the basal diets. The values of total serum protein and globulin were significantly higher in fish fed varying levels of Se nanoparticles than fish fed the basal diets. Additionally, globulin had higher value in the …

Authors

Marwa F Abd El-Kader,Ahmed F Fath El-Bab,Mohamed F Abd-Elghany,Abdel-Wahab A Abdel-Warith,Elsayed M Younis,Mahmoud AO Dawood

Journal

Biological trace element research

Published Date

2021/8

Bioaccumulation of lead nitrate in tissues and its effects on hematological and biochemical parameters of Clarias gariepinus

Clarias gariepinus, weighing 119.18 ± 5.21 g, were exposed to 0%, 20%, 40%, and 60% of the LC50 lead nitrate, Pb(NO3)2, which represents the following treatments 0 (control), 16, 32, and 48 mg/l, respectively, for a period of 10 and 20 days. The results showed that the bioaccumulation of Pb(NO3)2 in gills were significantly increased (p < 0.05) after 10 days having 0.17 ± 0.07, 5.05 ± 1.04, 6.01 ± 0.82, and 9.61 ± 1.76 mg/100 g wet weight, respectively, for the treatments. However, after 20 days these values increased ((0.17 ± 0.07, 4.34 ± 1.27, 10.83 ± 0.97, and 19.18 ± 2.40 mg/100 g) for 0%, 20%, 40%, and 60% of LC50 Pb(NO3)2 respectively. There was an increase with each increasing concentration level of Pb(NO3)2 as compared with that of the control group. The accumulation of Pb(NO3)2 in the liver, showed a significant increase (p < 0.05) with the increasing period of exposed and Pb concentration with …

Authors

Abdel-Wahab A Abdel-Warith,El-Sayed MI Younis,Nasser A Al-Asgah,Ahmed M Rady,Hasan Y Allam

Journal

Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences

Published Date

2020/3/1

Influence of vitamin C feed supplementation on the growth, antioxidant activity, immune status, tissue histomorphology, and disease resistance in Nile tilapia, Oreochromis …

The present study aimed to evaluate the influence of dietary incorporation of vitamin C (l-ascorbic acid phosphate) on the growth rate, antioxidant activity, certain immunological indices, and tissue histomorphology in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus L.) fingerlings. One hundred and eighty fingerlings (14.74 ± 0.016 g each) were randomly distributed into four groups based on basal diets supplemented with 0, 200, 300, and 400 mg kg–1 diet of vitamin C, respectively, for ten weeks. The dietary incorporation of vitamin C significantly increased the final body weight, total weight gain (TWG), specific growth rate, and daily weight gain (DWG) in all groups. The serum levels of vitamin C and growth hormone increased in the highest supplementation level group (400 mg kg–1). In a concentration-dependent manner, vitamin C markedly enhanced the serum and hepatic antioxidant activities, the levels of lysozyme, nitric …

Authors

Rowida E Ibrahim,Shaimaa AA Ahmed,Shimaa A Amer,Naif A Al-Gabri,Amany I Ahmed,Abdel-Wahab A Abdel-Warith,El-Sayed MI Younis,Abdallah E Metwally

Journal

Aquaculture Reports

Published Date

2020/11/1

Evaluating the possible feeding strategies of selenium nanoparticles on the growth rate and wellbeing of European seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax)

The study aimed at evaluating the possible feeding strategies of selenium (Se) nanoparticles on the performances of European seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax). The first group fed the basal diet continuously (control) while the second group offered Se (1 mg/kg diet) every day (R1). The third group fed the basal diet one day then Se diet every other day (R2), and the fourth group basal diet for two days then fed Se diet every two days (R3). The FBW, WG, and SGR were significantly improved in the R1 group than fish in the other groups (P < 0.05). The FCR was significantly reduced by feeding Se nanoparticles to fish in R1, R2, and R3 groups than the control with the lowest being in R1 group (P < 0.05). The R1, R2, and R3 groups had enhanced values of Hb, RBCs, and WBCs (P < 0.05). Additionally, the blood total protein and globulin of fish fed in R1, R2, and R3 groups was significantly higher than the …

Authors

Marwa F Abd El-Kader,Ahmed F Fath El-Bab,Moustafa Shoukry,Abdel-Wahab A Abdel-Warith,Elsayed M Younis,Eman M Moustafa,Hanan B El-Sawy,Hamada A Ahmed,Hien Van Doan,Mahmoud AO Dawood

Journal

Aquaculture reports

Published Date

2020/11/1

Marine-derived chitosan nanoparticles improved the intestinal histo-morphometrical features in association with the health and immune response of grey mullet (Liza ramada)

Marine-derived substances are known for their beneficial influences on aquatic animals’ performances and are recommended to improve intestinal health, immunity, and anti-oxidative status. The present study investigates the role of chitosan nanoparticles on the intestinal histo-morphometrical features in association with the health and immune response of Grey Mullet (Liza ramada). Chitosan nanoparticles are included in the diets at 0, 0.5, 1, and 2 g/kg and introduced to fish in a successive feeding trial for eight weeks. The final body weight (FBW), weight gain (WG), and specific growth rate (SGR) parameters are significantly increased while feed conversion ratio (FCR) decreases by chitosan nanoparticles compared to the control (p < 0.05). The morphometric analysis of the intestines reveals a significant improvement in villus height, villus width, and the number of goblet cells in chitosan-treated groups in a dose-dependent manner. Additionally, there is a positive correlation between the thickness of the enterocyte brush border and the chitosan dose, referring to an increasing absorptive activity. Histologically, the intestinal wall of Grey Mullet consists of four layers; mucosa, sub-mucosa, tunica muscularis (muscular layers), and serosa. The histological examination of the L. ramada intestine shows a normal histo-morphology. The epithelial layer of intestinal mucosa is thrown into elongated finger-like projections, the intestinal villi. The values of hemoglobin, hematocrit, red blood cells (RBCs), total protein (TP), albumin, and globulin are significantly increased in fish fed 1, and 2 g/kg of chitosan nanoparticles compared to fish fed 0 and 0.5 g/kg (p < …

Authors

Mahmoud AO Dawood,Mahmoud S Gewaily,Ali A Soliman,Mustafa Shukry,Asem A Amer,Elsayed M Younis,Abdel-Wahab A Abdel-Warith,Hien Van Doan,Adel H Saad,Mohamed Aboubakr,Hany MR Abdel-Latif,Sabreen E Fadl

Journal

Marine drugs

Published Date

2020/12/1

Abdel-Wahab A. Abdel-warith FAQs

What is Abdel-Wahab A. Abdel-warith's h-index at King Saud University?

The h-index of Abdel-Wahab A. Abdel-warith has been 17 since 2020 and 20 in total.

What are Abdel-Wahab A. Abdel-warith's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Role of Fucoidan on the Growth Behavior and Blood Metabolites and Toxic Effects of Atrazine in Nile Tilapia Oreochromis niloticus (Linnaeus, 1758)

Selenium nanoparticles are required for the optimum growth behavior, antioxidative capacity, and liver wellbeing of Striped catfish (Pangasianodon hypophthalmus)

Selenium nanoparticles act potentially on the growth performance, hemato-biochemical indices, antioxidative, and immune-related genes of European seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax)

Bioaccumulation of lead nitrate in tissues and its effects on hematological and biochemical parameters of Clarias gariepinus

Influence of vitamin C feed supplementation on the growth, antioxidant activity, immune status, tissue histomorphology, and disease resistance in Nile tilapia, Oreochromis …

Evaluating the possible feeding strategies of selenium nanoparticles on the growth rate and wellbeing of European seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax)

Marine-derived chitosan nanoparticles improved the intestinal histo-morphometrical features in association with the health and immune response of grey mullet (Liza ramada)

are the top articles of Abdel-Wahab A. Abdel-warith at King Saud University.

What are Abdel-Wahab A. Abdel-warith's research interests?

The research interests of Abdel-Wahab A. Abdel-warith are: fish nutration and management Aquaculture

What is Abdel-Wahab A. Abdel-warith's total number of citations?

Abdel-Wahab A. Abdel-warith has 1,330 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Abdel-Wahab A. Abdel-warith?

The co-authors of Abdel-Wahab A. Abdel-warith are Simon Davies, Mahmoud Dawood, Hien Van Doan, Mustafa Shukry, Osama B. Mohammed, Shaimaa A.A. Ahmed.

    Co-Authors

    H-index: 70
    Simon Davies

    Simon Davies

    Harper Adams University

    H-index: 66
    Mahmoud  Dawood

    Mahmoud Dawood

    Kafrelsheikh University

    H-index: 53
    Hien Van Doan

    Hien Van Doan

    Chiang Mai University

    H-index: 31
    Mustafa Shukry

    Mustafa Shukry

    Kafrelsheikh University

    H-index: 27
    Osama B. Mohammed

    Osama B. Mohammed

    King Saud University

    H-index: 18
    Shaimaa A.A. Ahmed

    Shaimaa A.A. Ahmed

    Zagazig University

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