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El-Zanaty Abd El-Motaleb Aly Abou El-Nour

El-Zanaty Abd El-Motaleb Aly Abou El-Nour
National Research Centre, Egypt · Fertilization Technology Department

Professor of plant nutrition and head of Fertilization Technology Dept.

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Global climatic has been changed and will continue to change because of the activity of unreasonable controlled of human activities, which gradually increase the concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Population is gradually increased at the same time and due to climate change, soil and water resources is threastened due to natural r...
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Climate change is threatening crop productivity worldwide and new solutions should urgently adapted the crops to these environmental changes. High temperatures always affect the developmental and physiological plant processes that, ultimately, influence crop yield and quality. Xylem and phloem consider as plant vascular tissues, affected by the cli...
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A field experiment was conducted during the successive seasons (2019-2020) in private farm Nubaria, Behaira Governorate, Egypt to study some interactions effect of foliar application with ZnO-NP, phosphorus and biofertilizer on growth parameters, chemical composition of chickpea plants (Cicer arietinum L). Results showed that utilization of phospho...
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A field experiment was carried out in Fedymen village at Sannuris province, Fayoum governorate. Egypt to study the effect of combination between three rates of potassium (0, 40 and 80 kg K O fed) and foliar 2 1 spray with nano-silicon fertilizers at four rates (0, 0.5, 1and 2 g L) on growth parameters, yield and chemical 1 composition of soybean pl...
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Climate change represents one of the greatest research challenges currently faced by plant biologists, agronomists and conservation biologists. Greenhouse gas emissions set to continue to rise for the near future. Impact of elevated atmospheric eCO2 and associated shifts in temperature and precipitation are all expected to impact plant ecophysiolog...
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Land degradation is a major threat to the food security, with increasing world population the agricultural land is declining and degrading. Biofertilization with Fungi and bacterial inoculate, and their combination with organic fertilizers can be a promising approach for recovering degradation of the soil, minimizing the extensive use of chemical f...
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Boron is an essential trace element required for the physiological functioning of higher plants, considering as a nutritional disorder that adversely affects the metabolism and growth of plants. Boron is in many ways unique among plant nutrients; however, it is especially distinguished by the substantial differences among species in terms of mobili...
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A POT experiment was carried out at the green house of Fertilization Technology Department to investigate the effect of salinity through irrigation water (0.0 and 4000ppm NaCl) and foliar feeding with chelated 12% Fe, Zn and Mn in the form of EDTA each at rate of 1g /L as individual nutrient in addition, to mixture of them on growth and macro and m...
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Chloride occurs predominantly as Cl − in soil, plant, and considering as a micronutrient largely excluded by plants due to its ubiquity and abundance in nature. It is an essential micronutrient of higher plants and participates in several physiological metabolism processes. Including osmotic and stomatal regulation, evolution of oxygen in photosynt...
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Nitrogen is the limiting nutrient element after carbon, hydrogen and oxygen for photosynthetic process, Phyto hormonal, proteomic changes and growth development of plants to complete its lifecycle. However excessive and inefficient use of N fertilizer results in enhanced crop production costs and atmospheric pollution. Atmospheric nitrogen (71%) in...
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BSTRACT In arid and semi-arid regions of the world, water has become a limiting factor, particularly for agricultural and industrial development. Water resources planners are continually looking for additional sources of water to supplement the limited resources available to their region. Several countries of the Eastern Mediterranean region, for E...
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Adapting an irrigation system is not clear duty and the number of available techniques can induce genuine doubt about which one would be the best. Still largely dominated by traditional irrigation methods, the agricultural sector is slowly living a turn in water management, to a more controlled and sustainable way of irrigating fields. Micro irriga...
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The importance of fertigation in increasing productivity with efficient and reduced consumption of water and nutrients with practically, no pollution is emphasized. In modern farming systems, fertigation is widely practiced as a cost effective and convenient method for applying soluble fertilizers to crops. Along with efficiency and adequacy, unifo...
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Red beet (Beta vulgaris L.), is consider as an important vegetable crop grown all over the world, it's a good source of minerals, carbohydrates, fiber, protein, and vitamin B1. Field experiment was carried out during successive season of 2018/2019 at the Experimental Station of the National Research Centre, Beheira Governorate, Egypt. The Study was...
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Improving both quantitative and qualitative characteristics of wheat was still the aim of many investigators. A pot experiment was conducted at the greenhouse of Plant Nutrition Dept. of the National Research Centre to study effect of foliar application of Cu-EDTA (7% Cu) and Cu-Amino acids (7% Cu) on growth parameters and nutritional status of whe...
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Copper and zinc are essential metals for proteins production in plants; they play important roles in photosynthetic and respiratory electron transport chains, in ethylene sensing, cell wall metabolism, oxidative stress protection and biogenesis of molybdenum cofactor. Zinc is main composition of ribosome and is essential for their development, and...
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Phosphorus is an essential nutrient that is required for all major developmental processes and reproduction in plants. It is also a major constituent of the fertilizers required to sustain high-yield agriculture. Phosphorus form that can be assimilated by plants are suboptimal in most natural and agricultural ecosystems, and when phosphate is appli...
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Nitrogen fertilization is an indispensable part particularly, in modern agricultural practices and rank first among the external inputs to maximize output in agriculture production. Nitrogen fertilizer may contribute substantially to environmental pollution. The continued and unabated use of N fertilizers would accelerate the depletion of stocks of...
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Sulfur is one of the most versatile elements in life. It functions in fundamental processes such as electron transport, structure, and regulation. In plants, additional roles have developed with respect to photosynthetic oxygen production. Sulfate uptake, reductive assimilation, and integration into cysteine and methionine are the central processes...
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In plant sciences, the prodigious significance of micronutrient is unavoidable since plant relies primarily on micronutrient as it has profound influence on array of plant activities. Nickel and iron are considered as the most important essential heavy metals (HMs) for plant nutrition. However, the increased amount of HMs within the plant tissue ad...
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Selenium (Se) is a trace element indispensable for humans, animals and some microorganisms. For plants, its essentiality has not yet been established, despite its responsibility for a number of beneficial effects in several plant species. Plants take up Se mainly as selenate and selenite, using root high-affinity membrane transporters that normally...
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Heavy metals pollution is one of the hot areas of environmental research. Despite natural existence, various anthropomorphic sources have contributed to an unusually high concentration of heavy metals in the environment. Contaminated soils with heavy metals is a widespread environmental issue resulting from global industrialization. Conventional te...
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Salt􀀃stress􀀃is􀀃considered􀀃one􀀃of􀀃the􀀃most􀀃serious􀀃limiting􀀃factors􀀃in􀀃crop􀀃production􀀃in􀀃arid􀀃and􀀃simi􀍲arid􀀃 regions.􀀃Soil􀀃salinity􀀃in􀀃agriculture􀀃soils􀀃refers􀀃to􀀃presence􀀃of􀀃high􀀃concentration􀀃of􀀃soluble􀀃salts􀀃in􀀃the􀀃 soil􀀃moisture􀀃of􀀃the􀀃root􀀃zone.􀀃These􀀃concentrations􀀃through􀀃their􀀃osmotic􀀃pressures􀀃affect􀀃plant􀀃growth􀀃 and􀀃productivity􀀃by􀀃restr...
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This experiment was carried out in greenhouse condition at the National Research Centre Dokki, Cairo, Egypt to evaluate the effect of different magnesium fertilization methods on growth parameters, chemical composition and nutrients uptake of Radish plants (Raphanus sativus.). Data noticed that magnesium sulphate by any of studied method generally,...
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A pot experiment was carried out to study the effect of potassium fertilizer at rates of 0, 30 and 60 kg K2O fed-1 and algae extract foliar application at rates of 0, 0.5, 1.0 and 1.5 g l-1 and their interaction on the growth parameter and chemical composition of onion (Allium cepa L). Results indicated that, application of potassium fertilizer and...
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Objectives: To investigate the effect of NPK doses calculated considering soil testing alone and/or in combination with spraying micronutrients on yield, nutrient uptake and net return of wheat plants. Methods: Experiments were carried out in the farmer's field in Kafer El Kadera village, El–Monofia governorate, Egypt, during winter seasons from 20...
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Egypt, suffer from limited water resources and will face water deficiency problem. The non-conventional water resources as well as reuse will be the only option to overcome this problem as well as preventing environmental pollution. Results revealed that application of industrial wastewater effluent with more effective microorganisms (MEM)at rates...
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A pot experiment was conducted at the green house of the Fertilization Technology Department to explore the effect of foliar spraying of Fe chelate 0.13% and zinc chelate 12% with two levels of NaCl (0.00-1500 ppm) on kidney bean growth, Macronutrient and micronutrient concentrations, photosynthesis and carbonic anhydrase activity (CAA) were evalua...
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A field study was carried out at El-Hamam farm, north Alexandria/Matrouh rail road Faculty of Agriculture, Alexandria University to explore the potential of kinetin to improve salt tolerance in two wheat cultivars Sakha93 and Giza168. kinetin (Kin) foliar application treatments (control, Kin 100 = 100 mg kinetin L⁻¹, Kin200 = 200 mg kinetin L⁻¹ and...
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Long-term field studies are important to generate information on changes in soil, which help in understanding nutrients management strategies for sustainable crop production. The present study was carried out in Kafr El-Kadera village at El-Monofia governorate, Egypt located at Middle Delta. It started in 1981 and was repeated in 2008 to evaluate t...
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A water culture experiment was carried out in the Department of Fertilization Technology at National Research Centre, Cairo, Egypt, to investigate the effect of Ascorbic Acid (AsA) foliar application and salinity stress (100 ppm and 100 mmoL NaCl) on growth, nutrients concentration and some biochemical parameters of two kidney bean (Phaseulus Vulga...
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Groundnut (Arachishypogaea L.) is one of the most important leguminous crops. The groundnut seed contains about 45 to 50% oil, 25 to 30% digestible protein, 20% carbohydrate and 5% fiber and ash which make a substantial contribution to human nutrition. Therefore, the objective of the present study was to improve the growth, yield and yield componen...
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Groundnut (Arachishypogaea L.) is one of the most important leguminous crops. The groundnut seed contains about 45 to 50% oil, 25 to 30% digestible protein, 20% carbohydrate and 5% fiber and ash which make a substantial contribution to human nutrition. Therefore, the objective of the present study was to improve the growth, yield and yield componen...
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Silicon was reported to play a role in increasing plant resistance to biotic and abiotic stress. Pot experiment was conducted in the greenhouse of the "Micronutrient Project", Fertilization Technology Department, National Research Centre, Dokki, Cairo, Egypt with (Zea maize L. var. Pioneer) grown on silty loam soil to study effect of K-silicate fol...
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A pot experiment was carried out in the greenhouse of Faculty of Agriculture, Alexandria University to evaluate the response of three wheat cultivars (Sakha-93, Gemiza-7 and Giza-168) grown in sandy calcareous soil to soil application of Zn as ZnSO4 or as Zn-EDTA. In addition, a field experiment was carried out to evaluate the response of the three...
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Nitrogen fertilization under salinity stress is of main concern to be investigated, especially in the arid and semiarid regions. Pot experiment was conducted in the greenhouse of the "Micronutrient Project", Fertilization Technology Department, National Research Centre, Dokki, Cairo, Egypt with Wheat (Triticum aestivum L. var. Gemieza9). Plants wer...
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Use of KCl as a source of K fertilizer to replace K 2 SO 4 partially or totally is effective in reducing the cost of crop production but it may constrains soil fertility. A pot experiment was conducted in the green house of the National Research Centre (NRC), Cairo, Egypt, in 2008/2009 season to compare the efficiency of K application based on the...
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Soil and leaf analyses were used to survey magnesium status of different soils and crops in different governorates of Egypt during the period from 1986 - 2006. Results show that large areas in different governorates were suffering from decreasing magnesium content. Mg content of crops grown in new lands is generally lower than of same crops grown i...
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Wheat (Triticm aestivum L.) plants were cultivated during two successive seasons (2007/2008 and 2008/2009). The experiments were conducting at Qualubia Governorate, Egypt. The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of foliar spraying with urea (1%) and different treatment of micronutrients (Fe, Zn ,Mn) on growth and chemical constit...
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The green alga Scenedesmus sp. was grown hetero-tropically during indoor stage to evaluate their growth potential under both recommended and drastic salinity conditions. Recommended growth was performed with the routine nutritional regime of NPK, while growth under four different stress regimes was operated. The given ratios of fresh and saline wat...
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Salinity in soil or water resources is one of the major environmental stresses that limit plant growth and productivity. Almost 1/3 of the irrigated lands in the world is under salinity problem. Plant performance usually expressed as crop yield, plants biomass or crops quality, and may be adversely affected by salinity-induced nutritional disorders...
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A field experiment was conducted to grow processing tomatoes ( Lycopersicon esculentum L. var. Heinz) in saline-affected soil of Suez, Egypt compared to others grown on non-saline soil. The work was dimensioned to take advantage of the high potentiality of the wild grown halophyte Zygophyllum coccinium in reducing soil salinity to a tolerable level...
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A field study was carried out to determine magnesium and iron status in economically important field crops wheat, maize and sugarbeet as well as snap bean and potatoes grown under field conditions using the portable chlorophyll meter. The meter readings showed non-significant correlations with Mg-concentration in wheat leaves while iron concentrati...
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Two field experiments were conducted during 1999/2000 and 2000/2001 seasons at the Agricultural Research Station of National Research Center (NRC), Shalkan, Qalubia Governorate to study the possibility of reducing the amount of soil potassium fertilizers applied to feed faba bean through potassium foliar feeding. Five potassium treatments per fedda...
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A pot experiment was conducted to investigate the influence of spraying salinity-stressed maize plants grown on two soils ( sandy and clay) with micronutrients on growth, expressed as root and shoot dry matter production and macro- and micronutrient contents. Treatments were: 1- irrigation with tap water; 2- irrigation with a mixture of NaCl and Ca...
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A field study was conducted through the years 1996 and 1997 in Ismailia and Sharkia governorates, Egypt, with the horticultural crops: mango, mandarin, guava and grapevine. The study aimed at predicting nitrogen, magnesium and iron-status under field conditions using the pocket apparatus Hydro N-Tester (Minolta, Japan). The data showed that the app...
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Response of faba bean to Zn deficiency and toxicity was studied in 9 genotypes. Zn-deficiency induced reductions in shoot dry weight except in Giza 3. The negative effect of Zn deficiency on Zn concentration was more pronounced in young leaves than in old ones. Zn concentration in roots was increased and carbonic anhydrase activity (CAA) was decrea...
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Different genotypes were grown in Zn optimum and low Zn media. Growth characters, Zn concentration as well as CA activity were used as parameters. Low zinc slightly reduced plant height, number of leaves and dry weight of plants. In low zinc medium, marked effects were found in Zn concentrations. Giza-3 and Victor were less affected than other cult...

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