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  • Effects of treated municipal wastewater and sea water irrigation on soil and plant characteristics 

    Ahmed, T. A.; Al-Hajri, H. H. ( Springer Nature , 2009 , Article)
    The increasing need for water in the arid areas of the world has resulted in the emergence of wastewater application for agriculture and landscape. Using treated wastewater in agricultural irrigation can provide more ...
  • Genetic diversity of date palm genotypes in qatar as determined by SSR and ISSR markers 

    Ahmeda, T. A.; Al-Qaradawi, A. Y. ( International Society for Horticultural Science , 2010 , Conference Paper)
    Date palm is the most important fruit tree in Qatar. Recently developed techniques, based on DNA markers, offer new tools for genetic analysis. The objectives of the present study are to analyze the genetic diversity among ...
  • Physico-chemical characteristics of oil produced from seeds of some date palm cultivars (Phoenix dactylifera L.) . 

    Soliman, S S; Al-Obeed, R S; Ahmed, T A (2015 , Article)
    The oil content of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids with some physico-chemical properties and nutrients were investigated in oil produced from seeds of six important date palm cultivars and one seed strain present in ...
  • Waste-to-value: Guidelines for the potential applications of Prosopis juliflora 

    Imane A., Saleh; BiBi, Amina; Bibi, Shazia; Abu-Dieyeh, Mohammed; Al-Ghouti, Mohammad A. ( Elsevier Ltd , 2023 , Other)
    This review describes the guidelines and potential applications of Prosopis juliflora (P. juliflora) as a waste-to-value resource. It aimed to explore various methods of P. juliflora control through utilization, including ...
  • Isolation and evaluation of Qatari soil rhizobacteria for antagonistic potential against phytopathogens and growth promotion in tomato plants 

    BiBi, Amina; Bibi, Shazia; Al-Ghouti, Mohammad A.; Abu-Dieyeh, Mohammed H. ( Nature Research , 2023 , Article)
    Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria are a diverse group of microorganisms that enhance the growth of plants under various conditions. In this study, 55 isolates of endogenous rhizobacteria were collected from the rhizosphere ...
  • Diversity, Characterization, and Potential Applications of Bacterial Endophytes Isolated from the Halophyte Limonium axillare 

    Alhaddad, Fedae A.; Bitaar, Zahieh M.; Abu-Dieyeh, Mohammed H. ( Springer , 2024 , Article)
    Recently, there has been a worldwide call to explore nature-friendly compounds, which could enhance plant growth and substitute for chemically synthesized products. Endophytes are a group of microorganisms that lives in ...
  • Diversity, Distribution, and applications of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in the Arabian Peninsula 

    Khazna, Alrajhi; Bibi, Shazia; Abu-Dieyeh, Mohammed ( Elsevier B.V. , 2024 , Other)
    Investigations of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) received extreme interests among scientist including agronomists and environmental scientists. This interest is linked to advantages provided by AMF in enhancing the ...
  • The characteristics, occurrence, and toxicological effects of alternariol: a mycotoxin 

    Saleh, Iman; Zeidan, Randa; Abu-Dieyeh, Mohammed ( Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH , 2024 , Other)
    Alternaria species are mycotoxin-producing fungi known to infect fresh produce and to cause their spoilage. Humans get exposed to fungal secondary metabolites known as mycotoxin via the ingestion of contaminated food. ...
  • Nanotechnology in Air Pollution Remediation 

    Saleem, Haleema; Zaidi, Syed J.; Ismail, Ahmad F.; Goh, Pei S. ( Wiley‐VCH GmbH , 2022 , Article)
    Air pollution is a major concern worldwide with consequences for the environment and human health. The latest developments in nanotechnology can contribute to potential solutions for the air contamination issues and ...
  • Prevalence of fibularis tertius muscle in South-eastren Indian populat1ion: A surface anatomical study 

    Potu, Bhagath Kumar; Kumar, Vinod; Annam, Sucharitha; Salem, Abdel Halim; Abu-Hijleh, Marwan ( TIP ARASTIRMALARI DERNEGI , 2016 , Article)
    Background: Fibularis tertius (FT) is a variant muscle of the anterior compartment of leg which involves in dorsiflexion and evertion of the foot. Literature shows that the reported prevalence of FT ranges from 49-100%. ...
  • Characterization and treatment technologies applied for produced water in Qatar 

    Dawoud, Hana D.; Saleem, Haleema; Alnuaimi, Nasser Abdullah; Zaidi, Syed Javaid ( Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI) , 2021 , Article)
    Qatar is one of the major natural gas (NG) producing countries, which has the world’s third-largest NG reserves besides the largest supplier of liquefied natural gas (LNG). Since the produced water (PW) generated in the ...
  • Small data in iot: An mcs perspective 

    Azmy, Sherif B.; Sneineh, Ruslan Abu; Zorba, Nizar; Hassanein, Hossam S. ( Springer , 2019 , Book chapter)
    The unprecedented advances in wireless technology have led to the development of the IoT and numerous associated sub-paradigms, such as wireless sensor networks (WSNs), software-defined networks, mobile crowdsensing (MCS), ...
  • Impact of Users' Mobility on the Quality of Edge Sensing Systems 

    Naserallah, Omar; Azmy, Sherif B.; Zorba, Nizar; Hassanein, Hossam S. ( Institution of Engineering and Technology , 2022 , Conference Paper)
    Edge sensing (ES) is rising as a potential solution for remote sensing challenges, as it exploits the proliferation of smartphones, leverages their embedded sensors to collect data from users' surrounding environments and ...
  • CrowdDelegate: An MCS-based approach for improving retail labor cost-efficiency 

    Azmy, Sherif B.; Zorba, Nizar; Hassanein, Hossam S. ( Institution of Engineering and Technology , 2019 , Conference Paper)
    Following the revolutionary changes the Internet of Things (IoT) has introduced to sensor networks, the Mobile Crowd Sensing (MCS) paradigm aims to utilize people and their smartphones as an extended instrument to sense. ...
  • Optimized handover strategy with hybrid satisfaction mechanisms 

    Zorba, Nizar; Hassanein, Hossam S. ( Springer , 2015 , Article)
    One of the key features of cellular systems is the possibility to switch the connection over several cells while the user is moving. This handover between cells has been upgraded to tackle different operator/users' objectives, ...
  • An Energy Saving Strategy for LTE-A Multiantenna Systems 

    Imran, Reema; Shukair, Mutaz; Zorba, Nizar; Verikoukis, Christos ( Springer , 2015 , Article)
    Long Term Evolution - Advanced (LTE-A) supports closed-loop Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) techniques to improve its performance, but in order to exploit multiuser (MU) MIMO channel capabilities, the design of an ...
  • Uplink Cluster-Based Radio Resource Scheduling for HetNet mMTC Scenarios 

    Ramadan, Abdelrahman; Zorba, Nizar; Hassanein, Hossam S. ( Institution of Engineering and Technology , 2022 , Conference Paper)
    Current telecommunication networks face a surge in the number of connected Machine-type Communication (MTC) devices, creating an unprecedented disproportionate demand for existing resources, especially when working with a ...
  • Resource Allocation in THz-based Subcarrier Index Modulation Systems for Mobile Users 

    Alzard, Mohannad; Althunibat, Saud; Umebayashi, Kenta; Zorba, Nizar ( Institution of Engineering and Technology , 2021 , Conference Paper)
    Subcarrier Index Modulation (SIM) has recently received a significant research efforts analyzing its different performance aspects. In this paper, performance analysis of SIM over TeraHertz (THz) frequency band is conducted ...
  • A blockchain-based IoT networks-on-demand protocol for responsive smart city applications 

    Alkalbani, Mohamed; Hamdaoui, Bechir; Zorba, Nizar; Rayes, Ammar ( Institution of Engineering and Technology , 2019 , Conference Paper)
    This paper proposes a distributed resource sharing protocol for enabling dynamic deployment of IoT networks on-demand in smart cities. The proposed protocol leverages Blockchain technology to: (i) enable distributed and ...
  • Crowdsensing based prompt emergency discovery: A sequential detection approach 

    El Khatib, Rawan F.; Zorba, Nizar; Hassanein, Hossam S. ( Institution of Engineering and Technology , 2019 , Conference Paper)
    The growth in the number of smart devices has mobilized the rise of CrowdSensing (CS) as an enabler of smart cities, where state-of-the-art technologies are utilized to improve citizens' quality of life. CS is a novel ...

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