CATRINA Journal Volume 1

ISSN 5052 - 1687

2006

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The Egyptian Society for Environmental Sciences (ESES) concern with activating the co-operation between the university staff from all the faculties and  improving their skills, So the ESES Society with the co-operation of DAAD Academy held two training courses "Project management " and "research management"  during 26 The Egyptian Society for Environmental Sciences (ESES) concern with activating the co-operation between the university staff from all the faculties and  improving their skills, So the ESES Society with the co-operation of DAAD Academy held two training courses "Project management " and "research management"  during 26 The Egyptian Society for Environmental Sciences (ESES) concern with activating the co-operation between the university staff from all the faculties and  improving their skills, So the ESES Society with the co-operation of DAAD Academy held two training courses "Project management " and "research management"  during 26 The Egyptian Society for Environmental Sciences (ESES) concern with activating the co-operation between the university staff from all the faculties and  improving their skills, So the ESES Society with the co-operation of DAAD Academy held two training courses "Project management " and "research management"  during 26 The Egyptian Society for Environmental Sciences (ESES) concern with activating the co-operation between the university staff from all the faculties and  improving their skills, So the ESES Society with the co-operation of DAAD Academy held two training courses "Project management " and "research management"  during 26 The Egyptian Society for Environmental Sciences (ESES) concern with activating the co-operation between the university staff from all the faculties and  improving their skills, So the ESES Society with the co-operation of DAAD Academy held two training courses "Project management " and "research management"  during 26


Activity Rhythms of Barnacles as a Behavioural Bioindicator of Copper Pollution in Lake Timsah, Suez Canal, Egypt

Alaa El-Din A. Sallam*, Mahi A. Ghobashy, Elham A. Elkhawass, and Abdel-Fattah A. Ghobashy

The Biological Effects of Bifenthrin on T-cells and Neurons: A Comparison of Activity

A. Nandi1, D. Chandi1, C. Thurber1, L. DeLuca1, Stephen C. Pryor2, A. McLaughlin2, L. Gibson2, Josephine A. Bonventre1, K. Flynn1, and Benjamin S. Weeks1*

Impact of Environment on the Diversity of Lepidopterous Insects In Three Egyptian Governorates

Abd EL-Fattah M. Amer1*, Marguerite A. Rizk2 and Aida K. Iskandar3

Age and Growth of the Cockles Cerastoderma glaucum and Papyridea papyracea in Lake Timsah, Suez Canal

Samia H. Mohammad1*, Mahmoud E. Mohallal2, Saad Z. Mohammed2, and Mohamed N. Attia1

Assessment of Oil Pollution Situation in Sharm El-Maiya Bay, Sharm El-Sheikh South Sinai, Egypt

Rafat M. Khattab*, Tarek A. Temraz, Mohamed M. Kotb and Mahmoud H. Hanafy

Quantitative Assessment of Gamete Production in Two Commercially Harvested Clams, Venerupis aurea and Tapes decussata (Bivalvia:Veneridae) in Lake Timsah, Suez Canal, Egypt

Kandeel El-Sayed Kandeel

Effect of Dredging and Dumping Operations on Zooplankton Community During the Construction of East Branch Harbor, Port Said, Eastern Mediterranean, Egypt

Mohsen M. El-Sherbiny*, Maher A. Aamer and Ali A-F. A. Gab-Alla

Sedimentation Stress and Population Density of Zooxanthellae in Some Corals Along the Egyptian Red Sea Reefs

Maher A. Aamer*, Mohammed M. A. Kotb, and Saad Z. Mohammed

Studies on the Ecology of Zooplankton Standing Crop of Sharm El-Maiya Bay, Sharm El-Sheikh, Northern Red Sea, Egypt

Maher A. Aamer*, Mohsen M. El-Sherbiny, Ali A-F. A. Gab-Alla, Mohammed M. A. Kotb

Impact of some Anthropogenic Activities on the Diversity of Ground Insects at the Southern Area of Port Said, Egypt

Abeer Shaban1, Fayez M. Semida2*, Mohamed A. Bedir2, Ahmed H. Abo-Ghalia2 and Iman M. Bahgat1

Taxonomic Consequences of Seed Morphology and Anatomy in Three Lupinus Species (Fabaceae-Genisteae)

Ream I. Marzouk

Vegetation and Environment of Gebel Serbal, South Sinai, Egypt

Raafat H. Abd El-Wahab*, Mohamed S. Zaghloul and Abd El-Raouf A. Moustafa

Effectiveness of Short-Deep Treatment Beds for Biological Management of Domestic Wastewater

Ahmed Dewedar, Ishrak K. Khafagi*, Hesham M. Abdulla, and Marwa M. Abdel Kareem

Distribution of the Invasive Species Caulerpa prolifera along the Coasts of the Suez Canal, Egypt

Muhammad Mosaad Hegazi

Comparative Efficiency of Cyperus papyrus and Phragmites australis for Bioaccumulation of Heavy Metals

Ahmed Dewedar1, Ishrak K. Khafagi1*, Akram Abu-Seadah2, and Alaa El-Din Rashad2

Quantitative Phytosociological Study of Some Halophytes and Xerophytes in Egypt

Ibrahim A. Mashaly

Temporal Variation in the Epiphytes of Laurencia obtusa and Cystoseira myrica from South Sinai, Northern Red Sea

Muhammad M. Hegazi1, Abeer S. Amin2*, and Mona M. Gaballah2

Response of Some Marjoram Cultivars to Fertilization under Sandy Soil Conditions II- Origanum majorana marcelka, Origanum majorana blart, Origanum majorana, Origanum majorana kruiden, and Origanum majorana (local)

Kareem M. El Tobgy1, Yaser A. Osman2*, and Hamdy K. Atta-Alla3

The Use of Frankia Spores As Inocula For Casuarina equisetifolia Plants

Waiel F. Sayed1*, Hamdi H. Zahran2, and Wessam M. Salem

The Characteristic Algal Mats and Flora of El-Timsah Lake

Gihan A. El-Shoubaky1*, and Adel F. Hamed2

Depositional Environments, Facies Pattern and Marine Plants Distribution in Ras Muhammad Area, Sinai, Egypt

Ibtehal F. Abdel-Rahman1*, and Muhammad M. Hegazi2

Endophytic Actinomycetes of Some Medicinal Plants in Saint Katherine Area, Egypt

Sahar A. El-Shatoury*, Hesham M. Abdulla, Omnia A. El-Kraly, Waleed M. El-Kazzaz, and Ahmed Dewedar

Biodetermination of Plant Saponins Content by Using Trichoderma viride

Usama A. Mahalel1, Mahmoud F. M. Moustafa2 and Soad A. El-Zayat1*

Non-chemical Control of Potato Early Blight Caused by Alternaria alternata

Omar Abdul Wahid1, Ismail M. Ismail2, and Ahmed M. Abo-Esha3

Microbial Diversity in Two Egyptian Soils

Said M. Badr El-Din1, Samir M. Radwan1, Moawad K. Zahra2, and Wafaa M. H. Zidan1

Accelerating Textile Dye Bioremoval by Aeration

Wafaa M. Abd El-Rahim1, Ola Ahmed M. El-Ardy2, and Hassan Moawad1

Landforms, Vegetation, and Soil Quality in South Sinai, Egypt

Raafat H. Abd EL-Wahab*1, Abd El-Monem M. Zayed2, Abd El-Raouf A. Moustafa1, Jeffery M. Klopatek3, and Mohamed A. Helmy1

Genetic Relatedness among Six Common Phoenix dactylifera (Palmae) Cultivars in Ismailia Region, Egypt

Hisham A. Deif1*, Mohamed A. Karam2, Mohamed S. Beltagi3, and Hassan M. Hassan3

Triticum aestivum L. and Vicia faba L. as Bioindicators of Dust Pollution near an Industrial Complex at El-Amryya, Alexandria, Egypt

Salama M. El-Darier1 and Mohamed El-Seyed

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.Effect of Collected Rainwater on Crop Growth in Greenhouses with in the Erbil Province of Iraq

Jwan J. Abdullah , and Farhad H. Aziz

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