Hi, I am Ehab Abdel-Razek Kamel, My LiveDNA is 20.232
 
   
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Prof. Ehab Abdel-Razek Kamel
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Plant Taxonomy from Ain Shams University, Egypt
 
Institute: Ain Shams University, Egypt
 
Area of Interest: Plant and Soil Sciences
  •   Botany
  •   Cytotaxonomy
  •   Molecular Biology
  •   Plant Taxonomy
 
URL: http://livedna.org/20.232
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Abbas, S.M. and E.A. Kamel, 2004. Rhizobium as a biological agent for preventing heavy metal stress. Asian J. Plant Sci., 3: 416-424.
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2:   Afifi, A.F., E.A. Kamel, A.A. Khalil, M.A. Foaad, E.M. Fawzi and M.M. Houseny, 2009. The effect of some antioxidant on protein banding patterns and nucleic acids content of three genera from dematiaceous fungi. Aust. J. Basic Appl. Sci., 3: 820-827.
3:   Afifi, A.F., E.M. Kamel, A.A. Khalil, M.F.E. Fawzi and M.M. Houseny, 2008. Purification and characterization of ос-amylase from Penicillium olsonii under the effect of some antioxidant vitamins. Global J. Biotechnol. Biochem., 3: 14-21.
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4:   Al-Hazmi, N.A. and E.A. Kamel, 2012. Ecosystem impact on fungal identification using sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel electr ophoresis (SDS-PAGE) technique. Afr. J. Microbiol. Res., 6: 3492-3500.
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5:   Amin Dowidar, E., H.A. Mohamed Loutfy, A. Ehab Kamel, M. Abdel-Halem Ahamed and H.L. Hanan Hafez, 2003. Studies on the rosaceae i- seed and/or achene macro and micromorphology. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 6: 1778-1791.
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6:   Badr, A., E.A. Kamel and N. Garcia-Jacas, 1997. Chromosomal studies in the Egyptian Flora. VI. Karyotype features of species in subfamily Asteroideae (Asteraceae). Compositae Newslett., 30: 15-28.
7:   Badr, A., H.H. El-Shazly and E.A. Kamel, 2009. Chromosomal Studies in the Egyptian Flora. VII. Karyotype Analysis of Species in the two Tribes Chicorieae and Cardueae of Asteraceae. Egypt. J. Bot., 49: 71-86.
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8:   Dowidar, A.E., E.A. Kamel, A.M. Ahamed, M.H.A. Loutfy and H.H.L. Hafez, 2003. Studies on the Rosaceae II- SDS-PAGE seed protein electrophoresis and its significance in the taxonomy of the family. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 6: 1820-1829.
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9:   El-Gamal, A.D., E.A. Kamel, N.A. E. Ghanem and E. F. Shehata, 2012. Re-evaluation of the relationships within some Egyptian species of soil cyanobacteria. ARPN J. Agric. Biol. Sci., 7: 266-272.
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10:   El-Gazzar, A., S.H. Rabei, A.I. Aboel Atta, E.A. Kamel, M.H.A. Loutfy and L.F. Shalabi, 2008. Computer-generated keys to the flora of Egypt. 2. The chenopodiaceae. Taeckholmia, 28: 209-225.
11:   El-Mashad, A.A. and E. Kamel, 2001. Amelioration of NaCl stress in Pisum sativum Linn. Indian J. Exp. Biol., 39: 469-475.
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12:   Eliwa, A.M. and E.A.R. Kamel, 2013. Olive plants (Olea europaea L.) as a bioindicator for pollution. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 16: 551-557.
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13:   Elwan, Z.A., A.I.I. Aboel-Atta, M.H.A. Loutfy and E.A. Kamel, 2006. Systematic implication of seed coat morphology in Campanulaceae Juss. Taeckholmia, 26: 35-62.
14:   Kamel, E.A. and M.H.A. Loutfy, 2001. The significance of cuticular features, petiole anatomy and SDS-PAGE in the taxonomy of the lauraceae. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 4: 1094-1100.
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15:   Kamel, E.A., 1999. Karyological studies on some taxa of the Asteraceae in Egypt. Comp. News I., 33: 1-18.
16:   Kamel, E.A., 1999. Karyological studies on some taxa of the genus Vicia L. (Fabaceae). Cytologia, 64: 441-448.
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17:   Kamel, E.A., 2001. Chromosome counts and karyological studies on six taxa of the Egyptian asteraceae. Comp. Newsl., 36: 81-93.
18:   Kamel, E.A., 2004. Cytotaxonomical investigation of the Egyptian Compositae (Asteraceae): I- Cardueae and Cichorieae. Compositae Newslett., 41: 9-28.
19:   Kamel, E.A., 2006. Karyotype characterization and polyploid variations in some genotypes of Triticum aestivum L. Cytologia, 71: 169-174.
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20:   Kamel, E.A., 2014. Characterization of Aspergillus isolates from Saudi Arabia based on molecular genetic fingerprints. Res. J. Biol., 2: 84-98.
21:   Kamel, E.A., A. Arminian and S. Houshamnd, 2009. Karyomorphological and morphometric studies of ploidy levels in some wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genotypes. Pak. J. Sci. Ind. Res., 52: 200-207.
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22:   Kamel, E.A., H.Z. Hassan and S.M. Ahmed, 2003. Electrophoretic characterization and the relationship between some Egyptian cruciferae. J. Biol. Sci., 3: 834-842.
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23:   Kamel, E.A., H.Z. Hassan, A.I. El-Nahas and S.M. Ahmed, 2004. Molecular characterization of some texa of the genus Raphanus L.(Cruciferae=Brassicaceae). Cytologia, 69: 249-260.
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24:   Kamel, E.A.R. and M.E. Rashed, 2014. Electrophoretic protein banding patterns among penicillium strains isolated from Saudi Arabia. Int. J. Applied Sci. Biotechnol., 2: 283-290.
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25:   Kamel, E.A.R. and M.E. Rashed, 2015. Molecular characterization of Penicillium isolates using rapd technique. Annu. Res. Rev. Biol., 7: 185-199.
26:   Kamel, E.A.R., S.A.A. Ebrahim, R.A.T. Thabet and E.M.R. El-Shal, 2011. Biochemical and molecular genetic studies on some cyanobacterial isolates. Pak. J. Sci. Ind. Res., 54: 172-174.
27:   Kamel, E.A.R., S.M. Sharawy and E.A.K. Karakish, 2014. Cytotaxonomical investigations of the tribes asclepiadeae and ceropegieae of the subfamily asclepiadoideae-apocynaceae. Pak. J. Bot., 46: 1351-1361.
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28:   Mansour, M.M. and E.A.R. Kamel, 2005. Interactive effect of heavy metals and gibberellic acid on mitotic activity and some metabolic changes of Vicia faba L. plants. Cytologia, 70: 275-282.
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29:   Sharawy, S.M., E.A. Kamel, E.A.K. Karakish and M.H.A. Loutfy, 2015. A systematic revision on Caralluma species of Saudi Arabia based on karyological and molecular data. Pak. J. Bot., 47: 937-950.
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