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The vegetation of the state of Qatar as related to landform and soil.
( Qatar University , 1990 , Article)
The effect of landform and soil on the vegetation of the State of Qatar is described. Five major landform/soil subdivisions are recognized; depressions, wadis, rocky and conglomerate hammada surfaces, sand dunes and sabkhas. ...
Phospholipid fatty acid composition of nine marine sponges from Qatar
( IFREMER , 1998 , Conference Paper)
Phospholipid fatty acid composition was studied in sponge from Qatar including eight Demospongia and one Calcarea. More than 60 fatty acids were identified in each species as methyl esters and N-acyl pyrrolidides by gas ...
Triterpenoids from Salvia aegyptiaca
(1993 , Article)
Newly isolated secondary metabolites from Salvia aegyptiaca growing in Qatar
Helminth parasite larvae collected from Arabian Gulf fish II. first record of some trybanorhynch cestode from economically important fish
( Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States , 1999 , Article)
Metacestodes of 14 different trypanorhynch larvae were found infesting Arabian Gulf economically important fish along the coasts of the United Arab Emirates. Except for Grillotia and Pterobothrium, all other larvae were ...
Expansion of fisheries in Qatar (1980-1992): Growth of an artisanal fleet and closure of a trawling company
( Elsevier Science B. V. , 1995 , Article)
Total fish landings in Qatar increased from 1736 t per annum in 1980 to 7845 t in 1992. Ninetythree percent of this growth was due to an increase in the artisanal fleet exemplified by increases in: (i) numbers of vessels ...
Bacteremia and septicemia in Qatar
( Ministry of Defence And Aviation , 1999 , Article)
Objectives: The aims of the study are to define the pattern of bacteremia and septicemia in Hamad Medical Corporation in relation to the susceptibility of the implicated microbes to various antimicrobial agents. Methods: ...