Prof. Dr. Mohamed Hemida Abd-Alla

Prof. Dr. Mohamed Hemida Abd-Alla

Professor
Assiut University, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Botany from Assiut University, Egypt

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Biography

Prof. Dr. Mohamed Hemida Abd-Alla is currently working as Professor at Botany Department, faculty of Science, Assiut University, Egypt. He has completed his Ph.D. in Botany from same University. Previously he was appointed as Demonstrator, Assistant Lecturer, Lecturer and Associate Professor at Assiut University, Egypt. He also served as Visiting Professor at Institute of Plant Nutrition, Justeus Liebig University, Giessen, Germany, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, and Niigata University, Niigata, Japan. Dr. Mohamed Hemida received honors includes the best Scientific research in the faculty of Science awarded by the Assiut University, Prof. Dr. Sluman Hozen for best scientific research in Biology awarded by the faculty of Science, Abdus Salam Prize in the field of Biology awarded by united Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, and Scientific Award of Excellence from American Biographic Institute (USA). He is member of editorial board in journals such as Research Journal of Microbiology, Research Journal of Soil Biology, and Current Research in Bacteriology, Asian Journal of Plant Pathology, and Bacteriology Journal. He is serving as referee for journals such as World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, International Journal of hydrogen Energy, Applied Energy, Journal of Plant Breeding and Crop Science, Maejo International Journal of Science and Technology, Thailand J. Agric. Science, Journal of Arab Association of Universities of Basic and Applied Sciences (JAAUBAS), New Zealand Journal of Agriculture and Horticulture, Fuel and Energy Journal and Fuel Journal. He successfully supervised 10 Masters and 5 PhD students in the field of Symbiotic Nitrogen fixing Bacteria and Pathogenic Bacteria. His area of research interest focuses on Molecular Signals of Nitrogen fixing Symbiotic Bacteria and Phytopathogenic Bacteria, Apoplastic and Symplastic transport of Root Nodule Bacteria, Biofuel Production, Bioremediation, and Biofertilizers. He has 83 publications in journals contributed as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Bioremediation
62%
Nitrogen Fixation
90%
Biofertilizer
75%
Biofuel Production
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Abdel-Rahim, I.R., N.A. Nafady, M.M.K. Bagy, M.H. Abd-Alla and A.M. Abd-Alkader, 2018. Fungi-induced paint deterioration and air contamination in the Assiut University hospital, egypt. Indoor Built Environ., 10.1177/1420326X18765256.
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  2. Abd-Alla, M.H., S.R. Bashandy, N.A. Nafady and A.A. Hassan, 2018. Enhancement of exopolysaccharide production by Stenotrophomonas maltophilia and Brevibacillus parabrevis isolated from root nodules of Cicer arietinum L. and Vigna unguiculata L. (Walp.) plants. Rendiconti Lincei. Scienze Fisiche Naturali, 29: 117-129.
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  3. Ghandour, M.A., M.A. Mohamed, M.H. Abd-Alla and N.S. Doas, 2017. Evaluating the treatment of sugar industry wastewater using the effective microorganism formulation. Egypt. Sugar J., 9: 113-142.

  4. Abd-Alla, M.H., A.N.A. Zohri, A.W.E. El-Enany and S.M. Ali, 2017. Conversion of food processing wastes to biofuel using clostridia. Anaerobe, 48: 135-143.
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  5. Nafady, N.A., M.M.K. Bagy, M.H. Abd-Alla, F.M. Morsy and G.A.E. Mahmoud, 2016. Bio-enrichment of β-carotene production by Fusarium camptoceras grown on sugarcane molasses using statistical approach. Int. J. Adv. Biotechnol. Res., 7: 1186-1203.

  6. Bagy, M.M.K., M.H. Abd-Alla, N.A. Nafady, F.M. Morsy and G.A.E. Mahmoud, 2016. Bioconversion of plant wastes to β-carotene by Rhodotorula glutinis KU550702. Eur. J. Biol. Res., 6: 226-241.
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  7. Abd-Alla, M.H., N.A. Nafady and D.M. Khalaf, 2016. Assessment of silver nanoparticles contamination on faba bean-Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. viciae-Glomus aggregatum symbiosis: Implications for induction of autophagy process in root nodule. Agric. Ecosyst. Environ., 218: 163-177.
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  8. Abd-Alla, M.H., M.M.K. Bagy, N.A. Nafady, F.M. Morsy and G.A. Mahmoud, 2016. Activation of riboflavin production by Bacillus subtilis (KU559874) and Bacillus tequilensis (KU559876). EC Bacteriol. Virol. Res., 2: 131-150.
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  9. Abd-Alla, M.H., A.H.M. Rasmey, E.S.A. El-Sayed, I.A. El-Kady and I.M. Yassin, 2016. Biosynthesis of anti-inflammatory immunosuppressive metabolite by Streptomyces variabilis ASU319. Eur. J. Biol. Res., 6: 152-169.

  10. Abd-Alla, M.H., A.E. Elenany, T.R. Mohamed, M. El Zohri and I.M. Nafady, 2016. Nodulation and nitrogen fixation of some wild legumes from differing habitats in Egypt. Eur. J. Biol. Res., 7: 9-21.
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  11. Nafady, N.A., M.K. Bagy, M.H. Abd-Alla, F.M. Morsy and G.A. Mahmoud, 2015. Improvement of medium components for high riboflavin production by spergillus terreus using response surface methodology. Rend. Fis. Acc. Lincei, 26: 335-344.
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  12. Hassan, E.A., M.H. Abd-Alla, M.K. Bagy and F.M. Morsy, 2015. In situ hydrogen, acetone, butanol, ethanol and microdiesel production by Clostridium acetobutylicum ATCC 824 from oleaginous fungal biomass. Anaerobe, 34: 125-131.
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  13. Abd-Alla, M.H., A.N.A. Zohri, A.W.E. El-Enany and S.M. Ali, 2015. Acetone-butanol-ethanol production from substandard and surplus dates by Egyptian native Clostridium strains. Anaerobe, 32: 77-86.
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  14. Abd-Alla, M.H., A.A. Zohri, A.E. El-enany and S.M. Ali, 2015. Acetone- butanole-thanol production from substandard and surplus dates by Egyptian native Clostridium strains. Anaerobe, 32: 77-86.
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  15. Abd-Alla M.H., M.K. Bagy, E.A. Hassan and F.M. Morsy, 2015. Improvement of fungal lipids esterification process by bacterial lipase for biodiesel synthesis. Fuel, 160: 196-204.
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  16. Saber, M., M. Abdelshafy, M.A. Faragallah and M.H. Abd-Alla, 2014. Hydrochemical and bacteriological analyses of groundwater and its suitability for drinking and agricultural uses at manfalut district, assuit, egypt. Arab. J. Geosci., 7: 4593-4613.
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  17. Nafady, N.A., F.M. Morsy, M.M.K. Bagy, M.H. Abd-Alla and G.A.M. Moukabal, 2014. Fungal diversiy in Zea mays plants and the ability of some isolated Asperigllus terreus isolates to produce Riboflavin. Assiut. Univ. J. Bot., 43: 1-25.

  18. Morsy, F.M., N.A. Nafady, M.H. Abd-Alla and D.A. ElHady, 2014. Green synthesis of silver nanoparticles by water soluble fraction of the extracellular polysaccharides/matrix of the cyanobacterium Nostoc commune and its application as a potent fungal surface sterilizing agent of seed crops. Universal J. Microbiol. Res., 2: 36-43.
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  19. Bagy, M.K., M.H. Abd-Alla, F.M. Morsy and E.A. Hassan, 2014. Two stage biodiesel and hydrogen production from molasses by oleaginous fungi and Clostridium acetobutylicum ATCC 824. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, 39: 3185-3197.
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  20. Abd-Alla, M.H., S.R. Bashandy, M.K. Bagy and A.W. El-Enany, 2014. Rhizobium tibeticum activated with a mixture of flavonoids alleviates nickel toxicity in symbiosis with fenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecum L.). Ecotoxicol., 23: 946-959.
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  21. Abd-Alla, M.H., M.K. Bagy, E.A. Hassan and F.M. Morsy, 2014. Enhancement of biodiesel, hydrogen and methane generation from molasses by Cunninghamella echinulata and anaerobic bacteria through sequential three-stage fermentation. Energy, 78: 543-554.
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  22. Abd-Alla, M.H., M.K. Bagy, A.W. El-enany and S.R. Bashandy, 2014. Activation of Rhizobium tibeticum with flavonoids enhances nodulation, nitrogen fixation, and growth of fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum L.) grown in cobalt-polluted soil. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., 66: 303-315.
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  23. Abd-Alla, M.H., A.W.E. El-Enany, N.A. Nafady, D.M. Khalaf and F.M. Morsy, 2014. Synergistic interaction of Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. viciae and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi as a plant growth promoting biofertilizers for faba bean (Vicia faba L.) in alkaline soil. Microbiol. Res., 169: 49-58.
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  24. Abd-Alla, M.H., A.W. El-Enany, M.K. Bagy and S.R. Bashandy, 2014. Alleviating the inhibitory effect of salinity stress on nod gene expression in Rhizobium tibeticum-fenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecum) symbiosis by isoflavonoids treatment. J. Plant Interact., 9: 275-284.
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  25. Abd-Alla, M.H., E.A. El-Sayed and A.M. Rasmey, 2013. Biosynthesis of L-glutaminase by Streptomyces variabilis ASU319 isolated from rhizosphere of Triticum vulgaris. Universal J. Microbiol. Res., 1: 27-35.
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  26. Gouda, H.A and M.H. Abd-Alla, 2012. The effect of rickettsia-like bacteria on helobdella stagnalis (l. 1758) (hirudinea:glossiphoniidae) from assiut, egypt. Egypt. J. Zool., 58: 163-178.
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  27. Abd-Alla, M.H., F.M. Morsy, A.E. El-Enany and T. Ohyama, 2012. Isolation and characterization of a heavy metal resistant isolate of Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. viciae potentially applicable for biosorption of Cd (II) and Co. Int. Biodeterior. Biodegrad., 67: 48-55.
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  28. Abd-Alla, M.H., 2012. Bashandy, Introduction to Basic Bacteriology: Bacteriology Notes. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, ISBN: 13-9783659133404, Pages: 180.

  29. Abd-Alla, M.H. and S.R. Bashandy, 2012. Production of quorum sensing inhibitors in growing onion bulbs infected with Pseudomonas aeruginosa E (HQ324110). ISRN Microbiol., Vol. 2012, 10.5402/2012/161890.
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  30. Abd-Alla M. H. and A.E. El-enany, 2012. Production of acetone-butanol-ethanol from spoilage date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) fruit by a mixed culture of Clostridium acetobutylicum and Bacillus subtilis. Biomass Bioenergy, 42: 172-178.
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  31. Abd-Alla, M.H., S.R. Bashandy, S. Shnell and S. Ratering, 2011. Isolation and characterization of Serratia rubidaea from dark brown spots of tomato fruits. Phytoparasitica, 39: 175-183.
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  32. Abd-Alla, M.H., F.M. Morsy and W. El-Enany, 2011. Hydrogen production from rotten dates by sequential three stages fermentation. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, 36: 13518-13527.
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  33. Abd-Alla, M.H., 2011. Nodulation and nitrogen fixation in interspecies grafts of soybean and common bean is controlled by isoflavonoid signal molecules translocated from shoot. Plant Soil Environ., 57: 453-458.
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  34. Abd-Alla, M.H. and S.R. Bashandy, 2011. Progress in Phytopathogenic Bacteria: Isolation and Characterization. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, ISBN: 13-9783845442488, Pages: 216.

  35. Abd-Alla M.H., S.R. Bashandy and S. Shnell, 2011. First report of soft rot of onion bulbs in storage caused by Pseudomonas aeruginosa in Egypt. J. Plant Interac., 6: 229-238.
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  36. Abd-Alla, M.H., S.R. Bashandy and Schnell, 2010. Occurrence of Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. phaseoli, the causal agent of common bacterial blight disease,on seeds of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) in Upper Egypt. Folia Microbiol., 55: 47-52.
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  37. Abd-Alla, M.H. and R.S. Bashandy, 2008. Bacterial wilt and spot of tomato caused by Xanthomonas vesicatoria and Ralstonia solanacearum| in Egypt. World J. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 24: 291-292.
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  38. Abd-Alla, M.H., 2006. Basic Bacteriology and Virology. Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda.

  39. Mahmoud, A.L.E. and M.H. Abd-Alla, 2001. Siderophores production by some microorganisms and their effect on Bradyrhizobium-mung bean symbiosis. Inter. J. Agric. Biol., 3: 157-162.

  40. Abd-Alla, M.H., A.E. El-Enany, A.M. Hamada and A.M. Abdel-Wahab, 2001. Element distribution in faba bean root nodules under salinity and its effects on growth, nodulation and nitrogen fixation. Rostlinna Vyroba, 47: 399-404.
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  41. Abd-Alla, M.H. and S.A. Omara, 2001. Survival of rhizobia/bradyrhizobia and a rock-phosphate-solubilizing fungus Aspergillus niger on various carriers from some agro-industrial wastes and their effects on nodulation and growth of faba bean and soybean. J. Plant Nutr., 24: 261-271.
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  42. Omar, S.A. and M.H. Abd-Alla, 2000. Physiological aspects of fungi isolated from root nodules of faba bean (Vicia faba L.). Microbiol. Res., 154: 339-347.
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  43. Mahmoud, A.L.E. and M.H. Abd-Alla, 2000. Tolerance of Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar viceae strains to inhibitory effect of mycotoxins. In: Abstract and papers of the 3rd International Congress on Symbiosis, Chr, H., S.I. Weber and D. Zeuske (Eds.)., Philipps University of Marburg, Germany, pp: 126-136.

  44. El-Enany, A.E., M.A. Atia, M.H. Abd-Alla and T. Rmadan, 2000. Response of bean seedlings to nickel toxicity: Role of calcium. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 3: 1447-1452.
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  45. Abd-Alla, M.H., S.A. Omar and S. Karanxha, 2000. The impact of pesticides on arbuscular mycorrhizal and nitrogen-fixing symbioses in legumes. Applied Soil Ecol., 14: 191-200.
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  46. Abd-Alla, M.H., K. Hans-Werner, F. Yan, S. Schubert and E. Peiter, 2000. Functional structure of the indeterminate (Vicia faba L.) root nodule: Implications for metabolite transport. J. Plant Physiol., 157: 335-344.

  47. Abd-Alla, M.H. and A.L.E. Mahmoud, 2000. Involvement of amino acids in nitrogen fixation inhibition in faba bean-Rhizobium symbiosis under water shortage. In: Abstract and papers of the Third International Congress on Symbiosis, Chr, H., S.I. Weber and D. Zeuske (Eds.)., Philipps University of Marburg, Germany, pp: 12-21.

  48. Abd-Alla, M.H., F. Yan and S. Schubert, 1999. Effects of sewage sludge application on nodulation, nitrogen fixation, and plant growth of faba bean, soybean and lupin. J. Applied Bot., 73: 69-75.
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  49. Abd-Alla, M.H., 1999. Nodulation and nitrogen fixation of Lupinus species with Bradyrhizobium (lupin) strains in iron-deficient soil. Biol. Fertility Soils, 28: 407-415.
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  50. Abd-Alla, M.H., 1999. Autoregulation of soybean-Bradyrhizobium nodule symbiosis is controlled by shoot or/and root factors. World J. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 15: 715-722.
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  51. Omar, S.A. and M.H. Abd-Alla, 1998. Biocontrol of fungal root rot diseases of crop plants by the use of rhizobia and bradyrhizobia. Folia Microbiol., 43: 431-437.
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  52. Abd-Alla, M.H., T.D. Voung and J.E. Harper, 1998. Genotypic differences in dinitrogen fixation response to NaCl stress in intact and grafted soybean. Crop Sci., 38: 72-77.
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  53. Abd-Alla, M.H., 1998. Growth and siderophore production in vitro in Bradyrhizobium (Lupin) strains under iron limitation. Eur. J. Soil Biol., 34: 99-104.
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  54. Abd-Alla, M.H., 1998. Effect of lupinus seed diffusates on Bradyrhizobium sp. growth and nodulation of lupine. Folia Microbilogica, 43: 182-186.
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  55. Harper, J.E., K.A. Corrigan, A.C. Barbera and M.H. Abd-Alla, 1997. Hypernodulation of soybean, mung bean and hyacinth bean is controlled by a common shoot signal. Crop Sci., 37: 1242-1246.
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  56. Abd-Alla, M.H. and S.A. Omar, 1997. Wheat straw and cellulolytic fungi application increases nodulation, nodule efficiency and growth of fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graceum L.) grown in saline soil. Biol. Fertil. Soils, 26: 58-65.
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  57. Abdel Wahab, M.A., H.H. Zahran and M.H. Abd-Alla, 1996. Root hair infection and nodulation of four grain legumes as affected by the form and the application of nitrogen fertilizer. Folia Microbiol., 41: 303-308.
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  58. Abdel Wahab, A.M. and M.H. Abd-Alla, 1996. Effect of different rates of N-fertilizers on nodulation, nodule activities and growth of tow field grown cvs. of soybean. Fertilizer Res., 43: 37-41.
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  59. Abdel Wahab A.M., M.H. Abd-Alla and A.E. Elenany, 1996. Stimulation of nodulation, nitrogen fixation and plant growth of faba bean by cobalt and copper additions. Fertilizers Environ., 8: 127-130.

  60. Abd-Alla M.H. and J.E. Harper, 1996. Reciprocal grafting and bacterial strain effects on nodulation of soybean genotypes. Symbiosis, 21: 165-173.
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  61. Elenany, A.E. and M.H. Abd-Alla, 1995. Cadmium resistance in Rhizobium-faba bean symbiosis. Synthesis of cadmium binding proteins. Phyton, 35: 45-53.

  62. Abdel Wahab, A.M. and M.H. Abd-Alla, 1995. Nodulation and nitrogenase activity of Vicia faba and Glycine max in relation to rhizobia strain, form and level of combined nitrogen. Phyton, 35: 77-187.

  63. Abdel Wahab, A.M. and M.H. Abd-Alla, 1995. Effect of form and level of applied nitrogen on nitrogenase and nitrate reductase activities in faba beans. Biologia Plantarum, 37: 57-64.
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  64. Abd-Alla, M.H. and A.M. Abdel Wahab, 1995. Survival of Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar viceae subjected to heat, drought and salinity in soil. Biol. Plantarum, 37: 131-137.
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  65. Abd-Alla M.H. and A.M. Abdel Wahab, 1995. Response of nitrogen fixation, nodule activities and growth to potassium supply in water-stressed broad bean. J. Plant Nutr., 18: 1391-1402.
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  66. Omar, S.A., M.A. Abdel-Sater, A.M. Khalil and M.H. Abd-Alla, 1994. Growth and enzyme activities of fungi and bacteria in soil salinized with sodium chloride. Folia Microbiol., 39: 57-60.
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  67. Omar, S.A. and M.H. Abd-Alla, 1994. Enhancement of faba bean nodulation, nitrogen fixation and growth by different microorganisms. Biol. Plantarum, 36: 295-300.
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  68. Mahmoud, A.L.E. and M.H. Abd-Alla, 1994. Natural occurrence of mycotoxins in broad bean (Vicia faba L.) seeds and their effect on Rhizobium-legume symbiosis. J. Basic Microbiol., 34: 97-103.
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  69. Issa, A.A., M.H. Abd-Alla and A.E.L. Mahmoud, 1994. Effect of biological treatments on growth and some metabolic activities of barlery growin in saline soil. Microbiol. Res., 149: 317-320.
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  70. Abdel Wahab, A.M. and M.H. Abd-Alla, 1994. Nitrogen fixing non-legumes in Egypt. III. A study on nitrogenase activity, structure and the endophate of coralloid roots of two cycads. Proceedings of the Symposium on Dintirogen Fixer in Association with Trees, December 28, 1994, Cairo, Egypt -.

  71. Abdel Wahab, A.M. and M.H. Abd-Alla, 1994. Influence of form, level and the time of application of combined nitrogen on nodulation and nitrogenase activity and growth of white bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium of Fertilizer and Environment, September 26-29, 1994, Salamanca, Spain -.

  72. Abd-Alla, M.H., S.A. Omar and M.A. El-Nagdy, 1994. Protease-producing microorganisms inhabiting salted fish (Moloha) with special references to protease activity of Bacillus subtilis. Acta Societaties Botanicorium Poloniae, 63: 303-307.

  73. Abd-Alla, M.H., A.L.E. Mahmoud and A.A. Issa, 1994. Cyanobacterial biofertilizer improve growth of wheat. Phyton, 34: 11-18.
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  74. Abd-Alla, M.H., 1994. Utilization of some phenolic compounds by Azotobacter chroococcum and their effect on growth and nitrogenase activity. Folia Microbiol., 39: 57-60.
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  75. Abd-Alla, M.H., 1994. Some Phenolic compounds enhance nodulation and nitrogen fixation in a soybean/Bradyrhizobium japonicum system. Phyton, 33: 249-256.
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  76. Abd-Alla, M.H., 1994. Solubilization of rock phosphates by Rhizobium and Bradyrhizobium. Folia Microbiol., 39: 53-66.
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  77. Abd-Alla, M.H., 1994. Phosphodiesterase and phosphotriestrase of Rhizobium and Bradyrhizobium and their roles in the degradation of organophosphorus pesticides. Lett. Applied Microbiol., 19: 240-243.
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  78. Abd-Alla, M.H., 1994. Phosphatases and the utilization of organic phosphorus by Rhizobium leguminosarium biovar viceae. Lett. Applied Microbiol., 18: 294-296.
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  79. Abd-Alla, M.H., 1994. Nodulation and nitrogen fixation of faba bean plants as influnced by the inoculation method of Rhizobium leguminosarium biovar viceae RCR 1001. Microbiol. Res., 149: 65-68.
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  80. Abd-Alla, M.H. and A.L.E. Mahmoud, 1994. Biodegradation of plant wastes to sugars and protein by some microorganisms. Folia Microbiol., 39: 222-224.
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  81. Abd-Alla, M.H. and A.A. Issa, 1994. Suitability of some local agro- industrial wastes as carrier materials for cyanobacterial inoculant. Folia Microbil., 39: 576-578.
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  82. Omar, S.A., A.M. Moharram and M.H. Abd-Alla, 1993. Effects of an organophosphorus insecticide on the growth and cellulolytic activity of fungi. Int. Biodeterior. Biodegrad., 31: 305-310.
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  83. Abd-Alla, M.H. and S.A. Omar, 1993. Herbicides effects on nodulation, growth and nitrogen yield of faba bean induced by indigenous Rhizobium leguminosarum. Zentralblet fur Mikrobiologie, 148: 593-597.
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  84. Shoreit, A.A.M., M.H. Abd-Alla and M.S.A. Shabeb, 1992. Acetylene reduction by Rhodospirillaceae from the Aswan high dam lake. World J. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 8: 151-154.
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  85. Omar, S.A. and M.H. Abd-Alla, 1992. Effect of pesticides on growth, respiration and nitrogenase activity of Azotobacter and Azospirillum. World J. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 8: 326-328.
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  86. Mahmoud, A.L.E., A.A. Issa and M.A. Abd-Alla, 1992. Survival and efficiency of N2-Fixinng cyanobacteria in soil under water stress. J. Islamic Acad. Sci., 5: 275-278.

  87. Abd-Allah, M.H., 1992. Nodulation and nitrogen fixation in faba bean Vicia faba L.). Plants under salt stress. Symbiosis (Rehovot), 12: 311-319.
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  88. Abd-Alla, M.H., S.A. Omar and A.M. Abdel Wahab, 1992. The role of cellulose-decomposing fungi in nitrogenase activity of Azotobacter chroococcum. Folia Microbiol., 37: 215-218.
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  89. Abd-Alla, M.H., 1992. Bradyrhizobium strains and the nodulation, nodule efficiency and growth of soybean (Glycine max L.) in Egyptian soils. World J. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 8: 593-597.
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  90. Abdel Wahab, A.M. and M.H. Abd-Alla, 1988. Effect of Combined Nitrogen on the Structure of N2-Fixing Nodules in Tow Legumes. In: Nitrogen Fixation: Hundred Years After, Bothe, H., F.J. de Bruijn and W.E. Newton (Eds.). Gustav Fischer, Stuttgart, Germany.