Abdel Wahab M. Ali

Abdel Wahab M. Ali

Assiut University

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Africa-Egypt

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IPM

Insect Ecology

Stored Grain Pests

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Variations in the Susceptibility of Some Potato Varieties to Infestation with Certain Piercing Sucking Insect Pests at Different Nitrogen Fertilization Levels in Assiut Area

Field experiment was conducted at Assiut area during the recommended sowing season 2021 to evaluate the relative susceptibility of  three potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) varieties, Cara, Spunta and Burren to aphid, Myzus persicae (Sulzer), jassid / leaf hopper, Emposca discipiens (Paoli), whitefly, Bemicia tabaci (Gennadius) and thrips, Thrips tabaci (Lindeman) infestation at three different nitrogen fertilization rates (60, 120 and 240 kg N/fed.). Results indicated that the varieties showed high significant difference in their susceptibility to certain piercing sucking insect pests. The infestation increased by increasing the rate of nitrogen. The highest numbers of aphis, jassid, whitefly and thrips were recorded at  nitrogen level 240 kg/fed.,Where the populations was high at this rate as compared to the lower nitrogen rates, as well as control. In general the rate of infestation of sucking pests was high in Cara cultivar at the double recommended nitrogen fertilization rate.

Authors

Mohamed I Mohamed,Reda M Saba,Ahmed I Farghal,Abdel-Wahab M Ali,Youssef A Darwish

Journal

Assiut Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published Date

2024/1/3

Acknowledgment to the Reviewers of Administrative Sciences in 2022

High-quality academic publishing is built on rigorous peer review. Administrative Sciences was able to uphold its high standards for published papers due to the outstanding efforts of our reviewers. Thanks to the efforts of our reviewers in 2022, the median time to first decision was 19 days and the median time to publication was 42 days. Regardless of whether the articles they examined were ultimately published, the editors would like to express their appreciation and thank the following reviewers for the time and dedication that they have shown Administrative Sciences:

Authors

Administrative Sciences Editorial Office

Published Date

2023/1/18

Adding empagliflozin to sitagliptin plus metformin vs. adding sitagliptin to empagliflozin plus metformin as triple therapy in Egyptian patients with type 2 diabetes: a 12-week …

OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to compare 12.5 mg empagliflozin effectiveness and safety vs. 50 mg sitagliptin twice daily as an add-on triple medication in Egyptians with type 2 diabetes.PATIENTS AND METHODS: Patients with hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) between 53 and 86 mmol/mol after receiving open-label either sitagliptin 50 mg (n= 85) or empagliflozin 12.5 mg (n= 85) twice daily for 12 weeks were afterward taken into account for the administration of open-label empagliflozin 12.5 mg (n= 40) and sitagliptin 50 mg (n= 28) respectively twice daily for another 12 weeks of treatment as an added-on triple therapy. Both groups of patients kept taking metformin and empagliflozin 12.5 mg or sitagliptin 50 mg twice daily as prescribed. The HbA1c change from baseline after 12 weeks of triple-added-on therapy was the main endpoint. RESULTS: The sitagliptin group receiving empagliflozin saw a substantial drop in HbA1c, fasting and postprandial plasma glucose levels, body weight, and blood pressure compared to the starting point. As opposed to that, adding sitagliptin to the empagliflozin group non-significantly reduced HbA1c, fasting, and postprandial plasma glucose levels, and systolic blood pressure from baseline but significantly reduced body weight and diastolic blood pressure. Comparing the two groups, adding empagliflozin significantly reduced HbA1c, fasting, and postprandial plasma glucose levels (p< 0.001 for all except fasting plasma glucose level, p= 0.002). While the patient’s weight and blood pressure were not significantly affected. CONCLUSIONS: Empagliflozin was superior to sitagliptin in relation to glycemic control, weight …

Authors

HG Zakaraia,HF Salem,MAA Mostafa,AM Ali,H Rabea

Journal

European Review for Medical & Pharmacological Sciences

Published Date

2023/8/1

EFFECT OF T6 HEAT TREATMENT ON MICROSTRUCTURE AND HARDNESS PROPERTIES OF THIXOFORMED GRAPHENE-REINFORCED A356 COMPOSITES

This study reports the development of graphene nanoplatelets reinforced A356 alloy matrix composites. In this investigation, a graphene nanoplatelet reinforced A356 alloy matrix composite was fabricated using stir casting and thixoforming processing, followed by T6 heat treatment. The microstructure and hardness characteristics of alloys and composites were analyzed using optical microstructure, field emission scanning electron microscopy, and microhardness testing. The outcomes show that mechanical stir casting can produce a non-dendritic structure in the composite. The microhardness of cast composites increased by 35.8% from the base alloy sample due to the graphene addition to the base alloy, which also resulted in grain refinement in the structure of the composite. The microhardness of composites is improved by 51.4% and 70.5%, compared to the A356 alloy after undergoing the thixoforming process and T6 heat treatment. The field emission scanning electron microscopy shows the coarsened eutectic Si particles, and the Si particles become more spheroids after the T6 heat treatment. The thixoformed composite also shows an increase in density and less porosity after the T6 heat treatment compared to the base alloy and cast composite. The subsequent T6 heat treatment technique significantly enhanced the composite hardness owing to the incorporation of graphene and spheroidization of eutectic Si particles.

Authors

NFBW Anuar,MS Salleh,MZ Omar,WFHW Zamri,SH Yahaya,AM Ali

Journal

Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology (JAMT)

Published Date

2023/4/28

Study on the Effect of Bypass Fat Supplementation on

The research project was conducted at the Livestock Research and Development Station (LR and DS) Paharpur, Dera Ismail Khan to determine the impact of supplementation of bypass fat on Milk Production, Milk Composition, Effect on body weight and Economic aspect of the trial on Nili-Ravi buffaloes. For the said trial, 12 number of Nili Ravi buffaloes of same parity, milk production and body weight were selected and randomly divided into 4 group, T0 (control), T1 (250 g), T2 (350 g) and T3 (450 g) in such a way that each treatment was comprised of 3 animals. The daily milk production of the trial animals were recorded for 12 weeks. The Milk composition was determined on fortnight basis whereas weight gain was records on the first day of trial and last day of trial. Prior to initiation of trial, precautionary measures (Vaccination and Deworming) was carried out and period of acclimatization was provided to animals to get acclimatized to the circumstances and feeding protocol. The statistical analysis showed significant (p< 0.05) differences in milk yield among the trial groups. The highest production (7.9 Kg) was found in T2 and the lowest (4.5 Kg) in control group, whilst T1 and T3 were non-significant (p< 0.05). Fat percentage differed significantly (p< 0.05) in all treatments. The highest (6.6%) was noted in T3 and animals in T0 yielded minimum fat%(6%). Fat percentage between T1 and T2 differed non-significantly (p< 0.05). The Body weight gain was significantly different between group T0 and T3 (p< 0.05) whereas for Group T1 and T2, the difference was non-significant (p> 0.05). In case of milk cost (/Kg) differed non-significantly. It was …

Authors

SZ Khan,A Ali,Safiullah Abidullah,I Khan

Journal

Milk Pro-duction, Milk Fat Weight Gain in Nili Ravi Buffalo in Geo-Climatic Conditions of District DI Khan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. Br J Res

Published Date

2023

Purification Scheme and Biochemical Profile of Metallo-alkaline Protease Produced by Bt Dendrolimus IP 4A/4B

Objective: Purify and classify alkaline protease (AP), produced by Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) dendrolimus 4A/4B.Methods: Inoculum preparation, production media, enzymes assays, protein determination, ammonium sulfate precipitation, acetone fractionation, Sephadex Gel chromatography filtration.Results: The purification scheme,(a) ammonium sulfate fractionation, the most active fraction with 1.93 purification fold was at 60-75% saturation;(b) acetone precipitation, where the most active fraction was at 30-45% with purification fold of about 3.92 times;(c) Column chromatography on G-100 Sephadex with final purification folds 5.36 times of the crude enzyme with final yield recovery 1.9%.Purified AP showed stability against H2O2 1%, 5% and 10%(v/v), and retained 111%, 101% and 66% of its activity, respectively. AP retained 82%, 87% and 101% of its activity with 10, 5 and 1mM PMSF, respectively. Enzyme activity was completely inhibited by 10mM EDTA, while the enzyme retained about 125% of its activity with 10mM Mercapto-ethanol. CaCl2 and MgCl2 (10mM) showed activation effect, increasing the activity to 136% and 147% compared to the control, respectively. The optimum pH are 8.0 and 10.0. AP activity was increased through 30ºC to 50ºC. At 60 C, the enzyme retained~ 48% of its original activity. AP concentration 0.014 mg protein/mL has maximum activity (6.750 U/mL/min). The highest maximum velocity (Vmax) was 31.821 μg tyrosine/mL/min. Km value 0.833%, w/v casein concentration.Conclusion: Thus, this inhibition profile suggested that the AP produced belongs to the class of metalo-proteases.

Authors

AM Roshdy,HM Shata,AM Ali,AM Youssef,MS Foda,T Kahil

Journal

J Mod Agric Biotechnol

Published Date

2023

Discovery

Bangladesh seems to be one of the highest rates of child marriages in the developing world. Child marriage is a strong social custom, particularly for girls in Bangladesh. Present study provides new evidence on the child health problems associated with child marriage in Bangladesh particularly addressing the life stages and violence faced due to child marriage at rural area. It also explores the health consequences of early mother and new born baby in Bangladesh. The study used 88 semi structure interviews of adolescent girls 04 FGDs and 10 case studies for collecting data by using in depth interview. The findings explore that early marriage creates maternal mortality with 32.95% of the sample population and almost 36% have faced unwanted pregnancy, 23.86% experienced sexual risk taking from their husband in rural areas, 25% girls are taking unsafe abortion and 26.13% respondents are the victims of severe injury due to early marriage. HIV viruses (9%) of the respondents are facing due to improper and unsafe sexual relation with multiple partners and about 36% had faced chronic pain syndrome. Almost 70% girls are doing caesarean section during their delivery and 29% are taking vaginal delivery. About 75% mothers are delivering low birth weight babies. The consequences of child marriage put the girls at risk of early pregnancies with life-threatening conditions which requires a proper attention from authority.

Authors

Sajedul Islam Khan,Afrina Khan,Shahin Zerin Mostarin,Moshiha Begum,Taslima Tanvin Shuvra,Feroj All Mozahid,Md Rasel-Ud-Jaman

Published Date

2019

COMPARISON OF MOORE'S (POSTERIOR) APPROACH VS. HARDING (LATERAL) APPROACH IN TOTAL HIP ARTHOPLASTY

The primary objective of this study was to conduct a comparative analysis between Moore's and Harding's approaches for total hip arthroplasty. A randomized controlled trial was undertaken at the esteemed Department of Orthopaedics, Mayo Hospital, Lahore, from 01-06-2020 to 30-06-2022. The study encompassed individuals of both genders, aged 40 years and above, undergoing total hip arthroplasty for various reasons. These participants were divided into two distinct groups: Group A received treatment through the lateral or Harding's approach, while Group B underwent the posterior or Moore's approach. A comprehensive assessment of diverse outcomes was performed. The total cohort for this study consisted of 60 cases, with each Group containing 30 cases. The average age of the participants was 63.57±9.11 years for Group A and 62.79±8.43 years for Group B, revealing no statistically significant difference (p= 0.67) between the two groups. The mean duration of the surgical procedure exhibited variance, with Group A recording a time of 77.31±10.91 minutes and Group B with a shorter duration of 64.41±8.19 minutes (p= 0.01). Interestingly, the incidence of recurrence displayed a noteworthy contrast between the approaches. The posterior approach yielded a significantly higher recurrence rate, observed in 9 cases (30%), as opposed to the lateral Group, which exhibited recurrence in 3 cases (10%)(p= 0.01). Consequently, these findings conclude that the lateral approach boasts a substantial advantage in minimizing recurrence rates. Conversely, the posterior approach achieves a more efficient mean surgical duration. This …

Authors

SA RAZA,NM MINHAS,A ALI,SY KHAN,HA FAYYAZ,HR RAJA,ZUR ATIF,A HAQ,S ULLAH,M IQBAL

Journal

Biological and Clinical Sciences Research Journal

Published Date

2023/9/8

Variations in soil physico-chemical properties, soil stocks, and soil stoichiometry under different soil layers, the major forest region Liupan Mountains of Northwest China

Liupan Mountains are an important region in China in the context of forest cover and vegetation due to huge afforestation and plantation practices, which brought changes in soil physio-chemical properties, soil stocks, and soil stoichiometries are rarely been understood. The study aims to explore the distribution of soil nutrients at 1-m soil depth in the plantation forest region. The soil samples at five depth increments (0-20, 20-40, 40-60, 60-80, and 80-100 cm) were collected and analyzed for different soil physio-chemical characteristics. The results showed a significant variation in soil bulk density (BD), soil porosity, pH, cation exchange capacity (CEC), and electric conductivity (EC) values. More soil BD (1.41 g cm-3) and pH (6.97) were noticed in the deep soil layer (80-100 cm), while the highest values of porosity (60.6%), EC (0.09 mS cm-1), and CEC (32.9 c mol kg-1) were reflected in the uppermost soil layer (0-20 cm). Similarly, the highest contents of soil organic carbon (SOC), total phosphorus (TP), available phosphorus (AP), total nitrogen (TN), and available potassium (AK) were calculated in the surface soil layer (0-20 cm). With increasing soil depth increment a decreasing trend in the SOC and other nutrient concentration were found, whereas the soil total potassium (TK) produced a negative correlation with soil layer depth. The entire results produced the distribution of SOCs and TNs (stocks) at various soil depths in forestland patterns were 0→20cm > 20→40cm > 40→60cm ≥ 60→80cm ≥ 80→100 cm. Furthermore, the stoichiometric ratios of C, N, and P, the C/P, and N/P ratios showed maximum values (66.49 and 5.46) in 0-20 cm and …

Authors

M Rahman,K Zhang,Y Wang,B Ahmad,A Ahmad,Z Zhang,D Khan,D Muhammad,A Ali

Journal

Brazilian Journal of Biology

Published Date

2022/2/21

Acknowledgment to Reviewers of Sustainability in 2021

Peer review is the driving force of journal development, and reviewers are gatekeepers who ensure that Sustainability maintains its standards for the high quality of its published papers. Thanks to the cooperation of our reviewers, in 2020, the median time to first decision was 15 days and the median time to publicaPawlewicztion was 38 days. The editors would like to express their sincere gratitude to the following reviewers for their precious time and dedication, regardless of whether the papers were finally published:

Authors

Sustainability Editorial Office

Published Date

2021/1/26

Association of Serum Lipid Profile Levels in Chronic Kidney Disease Patients with Cardiovascular Disease a case control study, Khartoum State

Background The burden of chronic kidney disease (CKD) is increasing rapidly worldwide and has become a major health problem and most of these patients die due to cardiovascular disease (CVD) before progression to end stage renal disease (ESRD). Therefore, poor cardiovascular outcomes in CKD patients have prompted nephrologists to look for biomarkers that may improve risk stratification in this population. The objective of this study was to evaluate serum lipid profile levels in CKD patients and to determine their association with cardiovascular diseases. Materials & Methods This analytical case control study was conducted at Ibnsina and Military hospitals in the period from February 2016 to March 2019,(n= 150) clinically diagnosed CKD patients (age range between 22-76 years, 105 males and 45 females), and 150 healthy subjects were included as controls. Serum lipid profile and serum creatinine were …

Authors

MA Mohammed,IA Mohammed,AM Ismail,AM Ali,MH Dafaalla,RK Mohammed,SM Edris,SY Ali,SA Nourallah,IA Abdalla,EA Mohamed,AA Mohamed,AO Ali,AH Alnil

Published Date

2022

159 Current Practice of Intra-Operative Sampling During Revision Surgery of the Knee for Prosthetic Joint Infection at a High-Volume District General Hospital

Aim Successful treatment of prosthetic joint infection (PJI) involves surgical interventions and identification of infecting organisms to enable targeted antimicrobial therapy. Current PHE guidelines recommend 3–5 intra-operative samples to be taken using separate instruments for each, swabs are discouraged. We audited the revision arthroplasty practice at Barking, Havering, Redbridge University Trust (BHRUT), specifically comparing intra-operative sampling for infected revision knee procedures with these guidelines. Method Retrospective cohort study of all prosthetic knee infection cases, as defined by the Musculoskeletal Infection Society criteria, at BHRUT between December 2011 to May 2020. A review of case notes collected various key data points, focusing on intraoperative sample, type, number, and technique. Point biserial correlation analysis was performed to …

Authors

A Sehmbi,A Ali,S Shah

Journal

British Journal of Surgery

Published Date

2022/9/1

Effects of Sr2+ on the properties of layered perovskite structured Ba1-xSrxTi4O9 ceramics.

Dielectric materials are used extensively as piezoelectric transducers and actuators, as ferroelectric memory and energy storage devices or as dielectric antenna and filter in wireless telecommunication devices [1-3]. The Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) in USA classifies ceramic dielectrics into different categories depending on their dielectric constant, also known as relative permittivity (εr)[4]. This property of a dielectric material determines the amount of energy that a capacitor can store compared to vacuum. Dielectrics are further divided into three subclasses depending on their thermaland dielectric characteristics. We restrict our discussions only to class-1 dielectrics.Class-1 dielectrics are commonly used in capacitors exhibited temperature stable performance, low acoustic noise and low dielectric loss. C0G is one of the types of capacitors frequently used in filter circuits and high-frequency circuits. Other applications of class-1 capacitors are DC blocking, tuning, transient voltage suppression, energy storage, critical timing, decoupling, data acquisition filters and PLL low pass filter. Class-1 dielectrics usually exhibited lower dissipation factor (15%), medium dielectric constant (15–500) and negligible aging effect

Authors

S Uddin,A Ali,A Zaman,H Alrobei,AH Alghtani,V Tirth,A Algahtani,F Ullah

Journal

Digest Journal of Nanomaterials & Biostructures (DJNB)

Published Date

2022/7/1

Expression of hormones, cytokines, and antioxidants in heatstressed subfertile female dromedaries. Animals. 2022; 12: 2125

Simple Summary Heat stress imposes a high burden on domestic animals’ productive and reproductive performance. Due to the long hot summer, drought, and shortage of green fodders, camels raised in the desert suffer a lot of reproductive inefficiencies. This animal represents one of the main wealth sources for the desert inhabitants. Several fertility disorders have been discovered, leading to frequent breeding without pregnancy. This study aimed at exploring blood metabolites such as metabolic and reproductive hormones, cytokines, and antioxidants to be monitored as bio-indictors for subfertility in female camels. The results confirmed that none of the tested metabolic hormones and glucose revealed differences among fertile and subfertile females. However, FSH, inhibin, IL-ß, nitrous oxide, and glutathione revealed remarkable differences between fertile and subfertile females, which would be reliable tools to predict subfertility statuses in this animal. IL-ß revealed higher levels in the cases with genital inflammations. The normal profiles in control females revealed the highest FSH, and the lowest inhibin were vice versa in all subfertile females. Nonetheless, nitrous oxide and glutathione would also be reliable bio-indicators for judging the fertility status. Abstract The prevailing hot climate imposes heavy burdens on the productivity of the camel, goat, and sheep herds raised in the Gulf desert. Due to the lack of a reliable indicator for the various subfertility statuses in camel females, this study aimed to investigate the expression of inhibin, TGFά, ILß, FSH, sex and metabolic hormones, and antioxidants for the …

Authors

Moustafa M Zeitoun,Derar R Derar,Ahmed Ali,Yousef M Alharbi

Journal

Animals

Published Date

2022/8/19

Single Shot Tract Dilatation During Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy: Our Experience

Objective: To compare safety and efficacy of one-shot dilation and Alken sequential dilatation in PCNLMethod: This prospective study conducted on 60 renal stones patients underwent supine PCNL atDepartment of urology, Lahore General Hospital, Lahore from June 2020 to July 2021. Tract dilatation was

Authors

HK Wifaq,A Ali,TA Waraich,MR Gill,SH Shakir,M Nazir,GJA Nasir

Journal

Esculapio Journal of SIMS

Published Date

2022/6/1

Acknowledgment to Reviewers of Logistics in 2021

Rigorous peer-reviews are the basis of high-quality academic publishing. Thanks to the great efforts of our reviewers, Logistics was able to maintain its standards for the high quality of its published papers. Thanks to the contribution of our reviewers, in 2021, the median time to first decision was 18 days and the median time to publication was 59 days. The editors would like to extend their gratitude and recognition to the following reviewers for their precious time and dedication, regardless of whether the papers they reviewed were finally published:

Authors

Abbas Mardani,Blanka Tundys,Abdul Ali,Bogdan Klepacki,Adam Koliński,Camelia Delcea,Adis Puška,Carlos Mario Gutiérrez Aguilar,Adnan Haque,Chandra Kant Upadhyay,Agnieszka Szmelter-Jarosz,Chang-Gyun Roh,Ágota Bányai Tóth,Chi-Horng Liao,Ahmed Mostafa,Christopher Reining,Aidas Vasilis Vasiliauskas,Chrysafis Vogiatzis,Aleksandr Rakhmangulov,Corinthias PM Sianipar,Aleksandra Gulc,Corrado Rindone,Alessandra Cozzolino,Dag Øivind Madsen,Alexandru Olar,Dalė Dzemydienė,Ali Ebadi Torkayesh,Dan-Cristian Dabija,Amílcar Arantes,Daniel Joseph Finkenstadt,Amulya Gurtu,Daniel Kaszubowski,Andrea Rosová,Danut Dumitrascu,Andreas Keler,Dariusz Milewski,Anil Hira,David Martin Herold,Anna Fredriksson,Davide Settembre Blundo,Anna Zielińska-Chmielewska,Dejan Žagar,Antonio Thomas,Donghyun Choi,António Vieira,Dongping Song,Anuradha Jain,Dorinela Costescu,Arijit De,Drago Sever,Arim Park,Dumitru Miron,Ashu Kedia,Edvard Tijan,Asli Sencer,Edward Majewski,Atif Butt,Ehsan Shekarian,Audrius Čereška,Elena Korchagina,Aya Yoshida,Essam Kaoud,Babak Mohamadpour Tosarkani,Eugene Stewart Schneller,Barbara Kos,Eva Brumercikova,Benny Tjahjono,Fariba Goodarzian

Published Date

2022

Acknowledgment to Reviewers of Mathematics in 2021

Rigorous peer-reviews are the basis of high-quality academic publishing. Thanks to the great efforts of our reviewers, Mathematics was able to maintain its standards for the high quality of its published papers. Thanks to the contribution of our reviewers, in 2021, the median time to first decision was 19 days and the median time to publication was 38 days. The editors would like to extend their gratitude and recognition to the following reviewers for their precious time and dedication, regardless of whether the papers they reviewed were finally published:

Authors

AA El-Bary,Abdolhossein Sarafzadeh,AA El-Deeb,Abdolrahman Razani,A Alexandre Trindade,Abdolsaeed Toomaj,A Di Bucchianico,Abdon Atangana,A Dilek Maden,Abdon Choque Rivero,A Gowrisankar,Abdul Ali,AH Alamoodi,Abdul Majeed,A Krivoshein,Abdul Samad Khan,AM Rashad,Abdullah Akkurt,ASM Monjurul Hasan,Abdullah Kargın,AV Plotnikov,Abdullah Shaheen,Aakil Caunhye,Abdullahi Adem,Aamir Saghir,Abdus Saboor,Aashwin Mishra,Abel Cabrera Martínez,Abbas Abbaszadeh Shahri,Abhijit Datta Banik,Abbas Kareem Wanas,Abhilash Somayajula,Abbas Mardani,Abhrajit Sengupta,Abbas Roozbahani,Abiodun Ismail Lawal,Abbas-Ali Zamani,Abla Smahi,Abdallah El-Hamidi,Abolfazl Shirazi,Abd-Allah Hyder,Abraham Arenas,Abdel Azziz Mennouni,Abror Khudoyberdiyev,Abdel Moneim Lashin,Abu Sayed Chowdhury,Abdelalim Elsadany,Abul BM Baki,Abdeldjalil Ouahabi,Achyutha Krishnamoorthy,Abdelfattah YA Soliman,Adam Ciszkiewicz,Abdelhakim Chillali,Adam Deptuła,Abdelhalim Ebaid,Adam Długosz,Abdeljalil Métioui,Adam Gadomski,Abdellah Chehri,Adam Głowacz,Abdelmejid Bayad,Adam Jakubowski,Abdelouaheb Ardjouni,Adam Karbowski,Abderrahim Wakif,Adam Kiersztyn,Abderrahmane Nitaj,Adam Kolkiewicz

Published Date

2022

Variações nas propriedades físico-químicas do solo, estoques e estequiometria do solo sob diferentes camadas de solo, a principal região florestal das montanhas Liupan do …

Liupan Mountains are an important region in China in the context of forest cover and vegetation due to huge afforestation and plantation practices, which brought changes in soil physio-chemical properties, soil stocks, and soil stoichiometries are rarely been understood. The study aims to explore the distribution of soil nutrients at 1-m soil depth in the plantation forest region. The soil samples at five depth increments (0-20, 20-40, 40-60, 60-80, and 80-100 cm) were collected and analyzed for different soil physio-chemical characteristics. The results showed a significant variation in soil bulk density (BD), soil porosity, pH, cation exchange capacity (CEC), and electric conductivity (EC) values. More soil BD (1.41 g cm-3) and pH (6.97) were noticed in the deep soil layer (80-100 cm), while the highest values of porosity (60.6%), EC (0.09 mS cm-1), and CEC (32.9 c mol kg-1) were reflected in the uppermost soil layer (0-20 cm). Similarly, the highest contents of soil organic carbon (SOC), total phosphorus (TP), available phosphorus (AP), total nitrogen (TN), and available potassium (AK) were calculated in the surface soil layer (0-20 cm). With increasing soil depth increment a decreasing trend in the SOC and other nutrient concentration were found, whereas the soil total potassium (TK) produced a negative correlation with soil layer depth. The entire results produced the distribution of SOCs and TNs (stocks) at various soil depths in forestland patterns were 0→20cm > 20→40cm > 40→60cm ≥ 60→80cm ≥ 80→100 cm. Furthermore, the stoichiometric ratios of C, N, and P, the C/P, and N/P ratios showed maximum values (66.49 and 5.46) in 0-20 cm and …

Authors

M Rahman,K Zhang,Y Wang,B Ahmad,A Ahmad,Z Zhang,D Khan,D Muhammad,A Ali

Journal

Brazilian Journal of Biology

Published Date

2022/2/21

Factors affecting serum trace elements of breeding ewes in central Saudi Arabia

Background: Trace elements are indispensible for animal production and reproduction. Their requirements rely on many factors. Some of these factors have been studied in earlier reports but still other factors under investigation. The aim of the present study was to investigate factors affecting the level of manganese (Mn), selenium (Se), iron (Fe) and zinc (Zn) of sheep in Qassim region, central Saudi Arabia.Methods: Total of 131 clinically healthy and non-pregnant ewes were assigned for this study. Ewes were classified according to breed, parity, body condition score, housing system and feeding type. The animals were bled immediately after examination and sera were analyzed for trace elements using spectrophotometry.Results: showed that Awassi breed had higher Se, Fe, and Zn levels than other breeds. Parity affected Se and Fe levels. Age, BCS and Parity affected Zn concentration. It can be concluded that …

Authors

DR Derar,A Ali,TI Almundarij,EMA Elmoniem,TM Alhassun

Journal

Indian Journal of Animal Research. DOI

Published Date

2022

Ali., HM; Malik, SA A Renewable Portfolio Standard Development Assessment in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from the Perspective of Policy Networks Theory

Electricity generation from renewable energy (RE) sources has not been well utilized in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). KSA has publicized its Vision 2030 renewable energy target to deploy 58.7 gigawatts of RE, paving the way for a low-carbon economy in the country. Renewable portfolio standard (RPS) may play an influential role as a policy instrument to stimulate the RE development and consumption on a large scale and pursue the Vision 2030 objectives. In this study, the renewable portfolio standards policy assessment was carried out to investigate the issues impelling the employment of or plan to adopt RPS. To elucidate the collaborating interaction amongst the multiple stakeholders at different levels in the formulation of renewable portfolio standard, in this assessment study, we used a multi-theoretical approach for examining the policy networks theory (PNT) to inspect the communication links and strategies of different actors who are responsible and involved in KSA policy formulation and enactment. It will help overcome the interaction limitations amongst the actors, contribute to understanding various actors’ behaviors and facilitate RPS development and implementation. In this paper, PNT’s four strategy phases (interaction, agendasetting, action plan and legislative) are used for RPS development assessment. In this paper, we presented KSA’s overall systematic picture for RPS formulation to adopt and implement it practically for a collaborative relationship between five actors—policy and regulatory bodies, professional bodies, inter-governmental bodies, power producers and social networks—at different levels by using PNT to …

Authors

A Ali,FA Alsulaiman,INA Al-Duais,K Irshad

Published Date

2021

PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACTS OF NOISE POLLUTION ON THE WORKERS; A CASE STUDY IN TEXTILE MILLS OF MULTAN, PAKISTAN

Exposure to workplace noise pollution is becoming a serious concern especially in developing countries. The present study is aimed at the occupational noise exposure in the textile mills and evaluating the noise exposure and its detrimental consequences on the health of the workers in particular physiological, and psychological impacts. Two textile mills in Multan, Punjab were carefully chosen for that purpose. The chief objective was to assess the intensity of noise in the different units of the selected textile mills and its impacts on employee’s health. Data was collected through a cross-sectional survey of workers conducted via questionnaire and interviews. A DT-8850 digital sound level meter was used for the measurement of the intensity of noise in the various sections of the textile mills. The maximum, minimum, and average value of noise in the mill I was 103.5 dBA, 101.5 dBA, and 102.5 dBA, while in mill II the values were 104.2 dBA, 102.5 dBA, and 103.3 dBA. The results showed that the occupational noise pollution is having an impact on physiological and psychological health of the industrial workers. Survey results showed the lack of awareness and practicing of safety equipment. 62.5% of the respondents complained about the noise in the workplace as a problem while a significant percentage of the respondents experienced disturbed sleep patterns, poor communication, frequent headaches, respiratory problems along with escalating blood pressure and ultimately upsetting of their overall performance. The results draw attention to the serious concern that is required in this matter of safe workplace environment in developing countries …

Authors

M Majid

Journal

Pakistan Journal of Science

Published Date

2021

Population Fluctuations of Mites on Two Pomegranate (Punica granatum) Varieties in Three Suburbs of Assiut Governorate, Egypt

Pomegranate, Punica granatum L.(Myrtales: Lythraceae), is one of the most important fruits in Egypt, especially in Assiut Governorate. However, little is known about mite fauna and their population fluctuations in pomegranate orchards. In this study, the population fluctuations of two phytophagous mite species, Tenuipalpus punicae Pritchard & Baker (Acarida: Tenuipalpidae) and Oligonychus punicae Hirst (Trombidiformes: Tetranychidae), and their associated phytoseiid predators, Euseius scutalis Athias-Henriot (Mesostigmata: Phytoseiidae) and Neoseiulus barkeri Hughes (Acarina: Phytoseiidae), were investigated in two pomegranate varieties (Assiuty and Manfalouty) from three cities that produce pomegranates in Assiut Governorate. Mites were monitored monthly for 2 years beginning in October 2018. Of the phytophagous mites, T. punicae was the main mite pest; its population numbers were highest between July and September in both study years. In contrast, O. punicae reached its highest density between May and August. Notably, the numbers of both predatory mite species, E. scutalis, and N. barkeri, were associated with the densities of their prey, ie, the aforementioned phytophagous mites.

Authors

Tarek Mohamed Abo-Elmaged,Abdel-Wahab M Ali,Abd El-Wahed,M Nazeh,Sayed A Eraky,Abdelgayed S Abdelgayed

Journal

Egyptian Academic Journal of Biological Sciences, B. Zoology

Published Date

2021/12/1

Ichnofacies evaluation as an inventive approach in reservoir analysis for delineating stratigraphic sequences and interpreting depositional history: An example from shoreface …

Ichnofacies evaluation as an inventive approach in reservoir analysis for delineating stratigraphic sequences and inte

Authors

A Ali,S Baharuddin,K Bann,B Kantaatmadja,Hady H Ismail

Journal

Warta Geologi

Published Date

2021/4

Activity of the two spotted spider mite, Tetranychus urticae (Koch) (Acari) infesting cucumber plants in upper Egypt

Seasonal abundance of the two spotted spider mite, Tetranychus urticae (Koch) (Acari) infesting cucumber plants in Upper Egypt was studied during three seasons of 2014, 2015 and 2016 in Assiut Governorate. The obtained results showed that the spider mite, T. urtica population during spring plantations fluctuated in relatively high densities during whole season with a peak during the middle of May when the plant age was 43 day-old and the presence of an average level of temperature and relative humidity. In addition, the data indicated that the number of predators was not significantly correlated with pest populations during the spring plantations of 2015 and 2016 seasons, probably because of the lowest numbers of predators recorded in the studied area. The present study showed that the cucumber plants severely affected by the two spotted spider mite, T. urticae. In addition to the scarce numbers of …

Authors

Tarek M Abo-Elmaged,Abdel-Wahab M Ali,Mohamed AA Abdel-Rahman,Asmaa HA Abd-Allah

Journal

International Journal of Tropical Insect Science

Published Date

2021/3

Characteristics and Photovoltaic Applications of Au-Doped ZnO–Sm Nanoparticle Films. Nanomaterials 2021, 11, 702

Au-doped ZnO–samarium nitrate (Sm) nanoparticles with fixed concentrations of Sm (1 wt%) and various concentrations of Au (0.0, 0.5, 1.0 and 1.5 wt%) were prepared and used as photoelectrodes to enhance the photovoltaic efficiency of dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs). The cell fabricated with 1.5 wt% of Au-doped ZnO–Sm nanoparticles film achieved an optimal efficiency of 4.35%, which is about 76% higher than that of 0.0 wt% of Au-doped ZnO–Sm-based cell (2.47%). This increase might be due to the formation of a blocking layer at the ZnO–Sm/Au interface, which inhibits the recombination of electrons. This increase may also be attributed to the addition of rareearth ions in ZnO to enhance the non-absorbable wavelength region of light via up/down-conversion of near-infrared and ultraviolet radiations to visible emission and reduce the recombination loss of electron in the cell. The efficiency of cells may be increased by the blocking layer and up/downconversion process and thus promote the overall performance of the cells. This work indicates that Au-doped ZnO–Sm nanoparticle films have the potential to increase the performance of DSSCs.

Authors

M Saleem,K Irshad,S Ur Rehman,MS Javed,MA Hasan,HM Ali,A Ali,MZ Malik,S Islam

Published Date

2021

Interactive mobile games development for children to learn about money

Money notes and coins are used for transactions and are essential in daily human life. Children need to be exposed to enough knowledge about the purposes of money notes, and the most important is to identify the money correctly. Children begin to expose to identifying the money at school in standard one. However, depending on formal education is not enough because the children easily get bored, and they did not fully engage with formal education. The use of mobile games for learning purposes is becoming increasingly popular because they are interactive and able to attract students. Therefore, this research aims to develop mobile games to identify and learn about money. Three main phases have been carried out, and the first phase is preliminary research on the learning approach for children and data collection in money Malaysia Ringgit. The second phase is to design and develop mobile games. Three …

Authors

MNH Zamri,NAF Ismail,A Ali,NM Suaib,S Sadimon

Journal

IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering

Published Date

2020/11/1

Evaluation of Oxford progressive English text book: A qualitative study

Textbook evaluation is considered an important factor in the field of education from the aspect of teachers and learners. The current examination aims to evaluate the Oxford Progressive English textbook for 8th class. The current study aims to probe strong and weak points in the given coursebook. Besides, whether the textbook should be accepted or rejected will also be explored in this study. As for research methodology, the nature of the present research is of descriptive qualitative. The sample for the evaluation is the Oxford Progressive English text for the 8th class Checklist method and an impressionistic method “as an instrument will be used for evaluating the ELT material. The following “Checklist” was used to evaluate the textbook. Sheldon’s checklist has been used as an instrument of the research. The data has been collected from the textbook on the 8 th. The findings of the study show that almost the merits and demerits of the textbook are equal. Demerits include a lack of focus on language skills and sub-skills. Other aspects of language learning have also been ignored, for example: need analysis, learners' age, background, learning style, examination equivalence, self–revision exercises, achievement test, self-checks, supplementary material, audiovisual recording. This study concludes that the school management should replace or revise the contents of the textbook.

Authors

Abdul Ali,Amara Javed,Ghulam Murtaza

Journal

sjesr

Published Date

2020/10/19

Language Attitude of GCUF Students towards Punjabi, Urdu and English.

English The purpose of this study is exploring language attitude of GCUF male and female students towards Punjabi, Urdu and English. A sample of 50 male and female students was selected and a questionnaire of 15 questions was distributed among the students. The results reveal that male and female students have positive attitude towards Punjabi in home domain. They have negative attitude towards the use of Punjabi at school, market, media, neighbors and religious domains. In addition, they also express negative attitude about pleasantness, utility, learnability, importance, usage, prestige, and attractiveness of Punjabi. According to the results of this study, Punjabi and English language is shifting in all domains whereas, Urdu is maintained. The present study is helpful for linguists, language planners, and stakeholders.

Authors

Abdul Ali,Syed Kazim Shah,Umar Farooq,Naveed Khokhar,Warda Eman

Journal

Dilemas Contemporáneos: Educación, Política y Valores

Published Date

2020/1/1

Cultural Content Analysis of ‘O’Level English text Book in Pakistan

The present research aims to analyze contents of ‘O’level English book taught in Pakistani schools. This research investigates the distribution of cultural senses in textbook and what is most dominant cultural sense. The contents of the textbook will be analyzed based on the framework propounded by by Adaskou, Britten, and Fahsi (1990). The framework comprises aesthetic sense, sociological sense, semantic sense and pragmatic sense. As for research methods, the study is of qualitative and quantitative nature. Cambridge O level English textbook is the sample of the study. The results of the analysis reveal that the aesthetic sense was devoted 100% space in the text book. The semantic dimension was allotted 19% space in the text book and followed by semantic dimension was sociological dimension which was devoted 16% space whereas pragmatic sense was given 0% space in the text book. Hence, the aesthetic sense found to be the dominant in the textbook. The present study concludes that the contents of analyzed an O level text book are not supportive of intercultural communicative competence for the learners. The majority of the contents of the textbook are culturally neutral, in other words, the contents do not focus or highlight any particular culture. It is suggested that it is highly imperative to develop intercultural communicative competence of learners through ELT textbooks. One cultural dimension must not be preferred over cultural dimension; in other words, there should be a balanced distribution in English text book. Last but not the least, the textbooks should neither be culture free nor should they carry universal culture. Towards …

Authors

Masroor Sibtain,Abdul Ali,Hafiz Muhammad Qasim

Journal

AL-Qalam

Published Date

2020/12/26

Actitud lingüística de los estudiantes del GCUF hacia el Punjabi, el Urdu y el Inglés.

El propósito de este estudio es explorar la actitud lingüística de los estudiantes masculinos y femeninos de GCUF hacia Punjabi, Urdu e Inglés. Se seleccionó una muestra de 50 estudiantes varones y mujeres y se distribuyó un cuestionario de 15 preguntas entre los estudiantes. Los resultados revelan que los estudiantes masculinos y femeninos tienen una actitud positiva hacia Punjabi en el dominio del hogar. Tienen una actitud negativa hacia el uso de Punjabi en la escuela, el mercado, los medios, los vecinos y los dominios religiosos. Según los resultados de este estudio, el punjabi y el idioma inglés están cambiando en todos los dominios, mientras que el urdu se mantiene.

Authors

Abdul Ali,Syed Kazim Shah,Umar Farooq,Naveed Khokhar,Warda Eman

Journal

Dilemas contemporáneos: Educación, Política y Valores

Published Date

2020/1/1

Insecticidal and Repellent Activity of some Pesticides and Plant Oils against Alfaalfa Weevil, Hypra brunneipennis (Boheman)(Coleoptera: Curculionidea).

The Alfaalfa weevil, Hypera brunneipennis is a major pest of alfalfa in Egypt. In this research two pesticticides (Emamectin benzoate α Neeemix) and two plant oils (Camphor α Coriander) were evaluated for their efficiency in the control of the secand larval instar and adults of  H. brunneipennis under laboratory condition.The LC50 and LC90 values of these compounds against the 2nd instar larvae and adults of Hypera brunneipennis were calculated at 24, 48, 72 and 96 hours.According to the LC50 and LC90, it could be concluded that the highest potent compound was Emamectin benzoate followed by Neemix.  On the other hand, in choice tests with adults of this pest (LC25 concentration) the highest repellency  properties was with Neemix and the plant oil of Camphor treatment (5 and 17.5% weevils in treated side, respectively), followed by Coriander plant oil (25%), But, the treatment with Emamectin benzoate have significantly less repelling properties (55.8%) after 72 hr post treatment.

Authors

AM Ali

Journal

Journal of Plant Protection and Pathology

Published Date

2020/12/1

Educational mobile game for learning English words

English is a second language in Malaysia and English language skills are vital for Malaysians. Mobile technologies such as mobile phone can be a great tool for educational purposes since it can increase students' engagement and is a popular tool for interactive digital media. This paper discusses the development of an educational mobile game called EWORD for learning English words, for primary school kids. There were four phases involved; preliminary analysis, game design, game development and game evaluation. In the first phase, the fundamental knowledge of English words and vocabulary, English language learning methods in Malaysia, traditional learning methods, and educational mobile game were studied to acquire adequate information about the requirements for educational mobile game. User Interface (UI), gameplay, and game mechanics were designed in the second phase, while the mobile …

Authors

BK Ng,NM Suaib,AJ Sihes,A Ali,ZA Shah

Journal

IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering

Published Date

2020/11/1

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Variations in the Susceptibility of Some Potato Varieties to Infestation with Certain Piercing Sucking Insect Pests at Different Nitrogen Fertilization Levels in Assiut Area

Acknowledgment to the Reviewers of Administrative Sciences in 2022

Adding empagliflozin to sitagliptin plus metformin vs. adding sitagliptin to empagliflozin plus metformin as triple therapy in Egyptian patients with type 2 diabetes: a 12-week …

EFFECT OF T6 HEAT TREATMENT ON MICROSTRUCTURE AND HARDNESS PROPERTIES OF THIXOFORMED GRAPHENE-REINFORCED A356 COMPOSITES

Study on the Effect of Bypass Fat Supplementation on

Purification Scheme and Biochemical Profile of Metallo-alkaline Protease Produced by Bt Dendrolimus IP 4A/4B

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COMPARISON OF MOORE'S (POSTERIOR) APPROACH VS. HARDING (LATERAL) APPROACH IN TOTAL HIP ARTHOPLASTY

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What are Abdel Wahab M. Ali's research interests?

The research interests of Abdel Wahab M. Ali are: Plant Protection, IPM, Insect Ecology, Stored Grain Pests

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Abdel Wahab M. Ali has 783 citations in total.

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