جامعة أم القرى

جامعة أم القرى

الأبحاث العلمية للدكتور إيهاب كامل


- 2017/01/11

 

1- Characterization and Identification of Seed Storage Protein of Twelve Lettuce Cultivars. Sameer Hasan Qari, Ehab Abdel-Razik Kamel and Hameda El Sayed. Biosciences Biotechnology Research ASIA (Biosci., Biotechnol. Res. Asia.), 13(4): (2016).

 

2- Karyotype Criteria of Some Taxa of Asteraceae (Compositae) from Saudi Arabia. Sameer H. Qari, Ehab A. Kamel and Khaled S. Ali. International Journal of Biology, Pharmacy and Allied Sciences (IJBPAS), 5(11): 2956-2966 (2016).

3- Systematic Revision on Caralluma Species of Saudi Arabia Based on Karyological and Molecular Data. S. M. Sharawy; E. A. Kamel, E. A. K. Karakish and M. H. A. Loutfy. 47(3): 937-950 (2015).

4- Molecular Characterization of Penicillium Isolates Using RAPD Technique. Ehab Abdel-Razik Kamel and Mohamad El-Sayed Rashed. Annual Review & Research in Biology (ARRB) 7(3): 186-199. (2015)

5- Characterization of Aspergillus Isolates from Saudi Arabia Based on Molecular Genetic Fingerprints. E. A. Kamel. Research Journal of Biology (RJB). 2: 84-98 (2014).

6- Electrophoretic Protein Banding Patterns among Penicillium Strains Isolated from Saudi Arabia. E. A. Kamel and M. E. Rashed. International Journal of Applied Sciences and Biotechnology (Int. J. Appl. Sci. Biotechnol.). 2(3): 283-290 (2014).

7- Karyological Studies on the Flora of Saudi Arabia: 1- Caralluma Species and Taxonomic Relationships. Ehab Abdel-Razik Kamel and Sherif Mohamed Sharawy. The 29th Meeting of the Saudi Biological Society (25-27 February 2014), Dammam University - Saudi Arabia.

8- Cytotaxonomical investigations of the tribes Asclepiadeae and Ceropegieae of the subfamily Asclepiadoideae-Apocynaceae. E. A. Kamel, S. M. Sharawy and E. A. K. Karakish. Pakistan Journal of Botany. 46(4): 1351-1361. (2014)

9- Molecular Characterization of Some Aspergillus Isolates Collected from Saudi Arabia Based on DNA Fingerprint. N. A. Al-Hazmi and E. A. Kamel. The 28th Meeting of the Saudi Biological Society (9-11 April 2013), Hail University - Saudi Arabia.

10- Olive Plants (Olea europaea L.) as a Bioindicator for Pollution. A. M. Eliwa and E. A. Kamel. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences. 16(2): 551-557. (2013)

11- Detection of Biochemical and Molecular Differences between Some Fungi as a Response of Dettol Treatment. E. A. Kamel and N. A. Al-Hazmi. World Research Journal of Biotechnology (2013).

12- Effect of Metabolites of Some Rhizospheric Fungi on Mitotic Division, Nucleic Acids and Protein Banding Patterns of Capsicum annuum L. Plant. E. A. Kamel, A. F. Afifi, E. M. Fawzy, A. A. E. Khalil, M. A. Foaad and H. I. Abo El-Magd. The 28th Meeting of the Saudi Biological Society (9-11 April 2013), Hail University - Saudi Arabia.

13- Protein Identification of Some Filamentous Fungi Isolates from Saudi Arabia Using Gel Electrophoresis. Al-Hazmi, N. A. and Kamel, E. A. The 27th Meeting of the Saudi Biological Society (6-8 March 2012), Jazan University – Saudi Arabia.

14- Ecosystem Impact on Fungal Identification Using Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) Technique. Al-Hazmi, N. A. and Kamel, E. A.  African Journal of Microbiology Research. 6(14): 3492-3500 (2012).

15- Re-evaluation of the relationships within some Egyptian species of soil cyanobacteria. A. D. El-Gamal, E. A. Kamel, N. A. E. Ghanem and E. F. Shehata. ARPN Journal of Agricultural and Biological Science. 7(4): 266-272 (2012).

16- Interspecific Variations in Chemical Content of Soil and Plant Tissue of Five Bryum Species (Musci). Ghanem, N. A. E.; Kamel, E. A.; El-Gamal, A. D. and Awad, M. A. The 26th Meeting of the Saudi Biological Society (10-12 May 2011), Al-Taif University – Saudi Arabia.

17- Biochemical and Molecular Genetic Studies on Some Cyanobacterial Isolates. Kamel, E. A.; Ebrahim, S. A.; Thabet, R. A. and El-Shal, E. M. R. Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research. 54(3): 172-174 (2011).

18- The Effect of Some Antioxidant on Protein Banding Patterns and Nucleic Acids Content of Three Genera from Dematiaceous Fungi. A. F. Afifi; Kamel, E. A.; Khalil, A. A.; Foaad, M. A.; Fawzi, E. M. and Houseny, M. M. Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences. 3(2): 820-827 (2009).

19- Karyomorphological and morphometric studies of ploidy levels in some wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genotypes. Kamel, E. A.; Arminian, A. and Houshamnd, S. Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research. Pak. J. Sci. Ind. Res. 52(4): 200-207 (2009).

20- Chromosomal Studies in the Egyptian Flora. VII. Karyotype analysis of species in the two tribes Chicorieae and Cardueae of Asteraceae. Badr, A.; Hanaa H. El-Shazly and Kamel, E. A. Egypt. J. Bot. 49: 71-86 (2009).

21- Purification and Characterization of α-amylase from Penicillium olsonii under the Effect of Some Antioxidant Vitamins. A. F. Afifi; E. A. Kamel; A. A. Khalil; M. A. Foaad; E. M. Fawzi and M. M. Houseny. Global Journal of Biotechnology and Biochemistry. 3(1): 14-21 (2008).

22- Computer-generated keys to the flora of Egypt. 2. The Chenopodiaceae. El-Gazzar, A.; Rabei, S. H.; Aboel Atta, A. I.; Kamel, E. A.; Loutfy, M. H. A. and Shalabi, L. F. Taeckholmia 28: 209-225 (2008).

23- Molecular genetic studies on canola crosses under Maryout conditions. Afiah, S. A.; Abdelsalam, A. Z. E.; Kamel, E. A.; Dowidar, A. E. and Ahmed, S. M.  (2007). 8th African Crop Science Society Conference (October 27th - 31st, 2007).

24- Protein patterns (SDS-PAGE) as a mean in classification and identification of Penicillium spp. Afifi, A. F.; Kamel, E. A.; Fawzi, E. M. and Houseny, M. M. New Egyptian Journal of Microbiology. 14: 280-290 (2006).

25- Karyotype characterization and polyploid variations in some genotypes of Triticum aestivum L. Kamel, E. A. Cytologia. 71(2): 169-174 (2006).

26- On the taxonomy of Gentiana L. and Gentianella Moench. (Gentianaceae): evidence from seed coat morphology and seed protein electrophoresis. Kamel, E. A.; Elwan, Z. A. and Loutfy, M. H. A. Assiut Univ. J. Bot. 35(2): 1-13 (2006).

27- Systematic implication of seed coat morphology in Campanulaceae Juss. Elwan, Z. A.; Aboel-Atta, A. I. I.; Loutfy, M. H. A. and Kamel, E. A. Taeckholmia. 26(2): 35-62 (2006).

28- Seed coat micromorphology and SDS-PAGE and its implications in the taxonomy of certain taxa of the Labiatae. Kamel, E. A.; Loutfy, M. H. A. and Elwan, Z. A. Egypt. J. Biotechnol. 23: 87-103 (2006).

29- Genetic variations and the relationships among some species of the genus Brassica L. based on DNA (RAPD) analysis. Kamel, E. A.; Hassan, H. Z.; El-Nahas, A. I. and Ahmed, S. M. Egypt. J. Biotechnol. 19: 346–363 (2005).

30- Biochemical and molecular variations in Raphanus L. based on SDS-PAGE of seed proteins and isozymes patterns. Kamel, E. A. Assiut Univ. J. Bot. 34(1): 95-113 (2005).

31- Interactive Effect of Heavy Metals and Gibberellic Acid on Mitotic Activity and Some Metabolic Changes of Vicia faba L. Plants. Mansour, M. M. and Kamel, E. A. Cytologia. 70(3): 275–282 (2005).

32- Seed Protein Diversity and the Relationships within the Campanulaceae. Kamel, E. A. Assiut Univ. J. Bot. 34(2): 507-526 (2005).

33- Rhizobium as a biological agent for preventing heavy metal stress. Abbas, S. M. and Kamel, E. A. Asian J. Plant Sci. 3(4): 416-424 (2004).

34 - Cytotaxonomical Investigation of the Egyptian Compositae (Asteraceae): I- Cardueae and Cichorieae. Kamel, E. A. Compositae Newsletter. 41: 9-28 (2004).

35- Molecular characterization of some taxa of the genus Raphanus L. (Cruciferae = Brassicaceae). Kamel, E. A.; Hassan, H. Z.; El-Nahas, A. I. and Ahmed, S. M.  Cytologia. 69(3): 249-260 (2004).

36- Studies on The Rosaceae I- Seed and/or Achene Macro and Micromorphology. Dowidar, A. E.; Loutfy, M. H. A.; Kamel, E. A.; Ahmed, A. H. M. and Hafez, H. H. L. Pakistan J. Biol. Sci. 6(20): 1778-1791 (2003).

37- Studies on The Rosaceae II- SDS-PAGE Seed Protein Electrophoresis and Its Significance in The Taxonomy of The Family. Dowidar, A. E.; Kamel, E. A.; Ahmed, A. H. M.; Loutfy, M. H. A. and Hafez, H. H. L. Pakistan J. Biol. Sci. 6(21): 1820-1829 (2003).

38- Electrophoretic characterization and the relationship between some Egyptian Cruciferae. Kamel, E. A.; Hassan, H. Z. and Ahmed, S. M. OnLine J. Biol. Sci. 3(9): 834-842 (2003).

39- Effect of different temperatures on germination, seedling growth, metabolism and protein banding pattern of Lupinus termis. El-Mashad, A. A. A.; Mohamed, A. M. A. and Kamel, E. A. Egypt. J. Biotechnol. 12: 213–228 (2002).

40- Chromosome counts and karyological studies on six taxa of the Egyptian Asteraceae. Kamel, E. A. Compositae Newsletter. 36: 81-94 (2001). 

41- Amelioration of NaCl stress in Pisum sativum Linn. El-Mashad, A. A. A. and Kamel, E. A. Indian J. Exp. Biol. 39:469-475 (2001).

42- The significance of cuticular features, petiole anatomy and SDS-PAGE in the taxonomy of the Lauraceae. Kamel, E. A. and Loutfy, M. H. A. Pakistan J. Biol. Sci. 4(9): 1094-1100 (2001).

43- The impact of soaking faba bean seeds in influent and effluent sewage water on the ultrastructural response of the root and leaf cells. El-Nahas, A. I.; Abdallah, S. A and Kamel, E. A. The 1st International Conference of Egyptian British Biological Society, Faculty of Science, Suez Canal University, (29-30 July, 2001).

44- Chromosomal studies on some species in the Ranunculaceae. Kamel, E. A. Egypt. J. Biotechnol. 7: 43 –53 (2000). 

45- Biochemical changes in germinated wheat grains treated with sinal herbicide. Mohamed, A. M. A.; El-Mashad, A. A. A. and Kamel, E. A. Agricultural Development Researches, Faculty of Agriculture, Ain Shams University, (20-22 Nov. 2000).

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