Rania Khater

Rania Khater
Desert Research Center | DRC · Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Department

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Prof. Rania Mortada Khater, Professor of Agriculture and Production of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants - Desert Research Center - Egypt. I am obtain a Bachelor's degree in the field of orchards, ornamental and medicinal and aromatic plants branch of Ain Shams University in 1997 and a master’s degree in production and cultivation of medicinal and aromatic plants 2001 at Zagazig University. Also, received a Ph.D. in the production and cultivation of medicinal and aromatic plants at Zagazig Univers

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This experiment was conducted at Baluza Station belong to Desert Research Center newly reclaimed region located at North of Sinai. Egypt during two successive seasons of (2017/2018 and2018/2019), to study the effect of phosphorous, mycorrhiza and their interaction to improving and adaptation on the productivity of dill (Anethum graveolens, L.) was...
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This investigation was carried out at North of Sinai, Egypt D.R.C. during two successive seasons i.e. 2017/ 2018 and 2018/2019, to study the effect of different types of fertilizers, boron and their interactions on the growth, yield and essential oil of Coriandor sativum plants. The design of the experiment was split plot included 12 treatments and...
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The present study was conducted at the experimental at Baluza Research Station, Desert Research Center located at, North Sinai governorates during two consecutive seasons (2018 and 2019). Sweet basil plants were subjected to different irrigation intervals (every 3, 6 and 9 days) and various levels of kaolin (0, 2 and 4 cm3/l). The experimental desi...
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This trial was conducted at Balouza Research Station, Desert Research Center, North Sinai, Egypt during 2018 and 2019 seasons on fennel .The effects of irrigation intervals, sodium selenate (source of Se) and their interactions on growth, seed yield and essential oil of bitter fennel plant were investigated. Irrigation intervals were every 4, 6 and...
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Coriander is one of the most popular and intensely used spices owing to its multipurpose uses worldwide. It is mainly cultivated for the production of its dried seed and fresh leaves. The present study aimed to evaluate the application of compost and foliar spraying of TiO2 on the yield and essential oil composition of coriander. Two field experime...
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This experiment was carried out at the Shalateen station, Desert Research Center, Shalatin city - Red Sea Governorate, Egypt during the two successive seasons (2016/2017and 2017/2018) to study the effect of plants extracts (Garlic and Aloe vera) and amino acids on the vegetative growth, seed yield, oil yield and chemical constituents of Coriander p...
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This investigation was carried out to study the effect of spraying with microelements and compost extract on the productivity, seeds, oil yield per plant and feddan and active substances of fenugreek plants under North Sinai conditions. The experiments Field were carried out at Baloza Research Station, Desert Research Center, during two successive...
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A preliminary investigation was conducted to evaluate the Alcaligenes faecalis as plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) before be used as biofertilizer. The results indicated that it possessed nitrogenase, phosphate dissolving activities, secreted indole acetic acid, hydroxylate and catecholate type of siderophores. In this study, field exper...
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This investigation was carried out during the two successive growing summer seasons of 2014 and 2015, to study the effect of using different sources of nitrogen fertilizer (control, urea and ammonium sulfate) and magnesium foliar spray as magnesium sulphate (0, 2 and 4 gm/L.) and their combination treatments on the productivity of lemon grass under...
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This research was conducted at the National Research Center greenhouse ring two consecutive seasons of 2013/2014 and 2014/2015, in order to study the effect of irrigation water types (tap water, magnetized water) and levels of ammonium sulfate (0, 7, and 14 g / pot) and their interaction, on the vegetative growth and oil production of marjoram (Maj...
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The current research consists of two field trials carried out during 2014/2015 and 2015/2016 seasons at the El-Maghara Research Station-DesertResearch Center., to study the effect of sowing dates and spacing on the growth, and productivity of Dutch fennel under Sinai condition.The experiment was designed in a split-plot design of six treatments wit...
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Filed experiment was carried out at the Shalateen station, Desert Research Center, Egypt during the two successive seasons during 2016/2017and 2017/2018 seasons to study the effect of organic fertilizer and spraying Aloe vera extract on the vegetative growth, seed yield, oil yield and chemical constituents of caraway plant Carum carvi L. The experi...
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The effects of interaction of compost tea with chelated EDTA or humic acid micronutrients on black cumin productivity were investigated. It showed that soil drenching or foliar spray of compost tea with chelated EDTA and humic acid micronutrients increased plant height, plant dry weight, weight of seeds, oil percentage and volatile oils of seeds. I...
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this research was conducted at El-Qantara Sharq Station, North Sinai, Egypt of Desert Research Center during the two successive seasons of 2014 and 2015. The main objective was to study the effect of microelements [Fe, Zn, Mn, Fe+Zn, Fe+Mn, Zn+Mn and Fe+Zn+Mn, at 50 ppm each], on growth, yield and essential oil content of sweet basil (Ocimum basili...
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this experiment was carried out during two consecutive seasons of 2014/2015 and 2015/2016 in the Baluza Research Station of the Desert Research Center, North Sinai Governorate, to study the effect of different rates of chemical fertilization (control without fertilization, 25, 50 and 75% of recommended rates) with different levels of humic acid (0,...
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this investigation was conducted in El-Qantara Sharq Station, North Sinai, Desert Research Center, Egypt during the two successive seasons 2014 and 2015 to study the effect of applying certain antitranspirants (5% kaolin and 6% calcium carbonate), hydrogel levels (0, 1, 2 g/plant) and the interaction between them on the vegetative growth parameters...
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SOME FACTORS AFFECTING Nicotiana glauca GROWTH AND ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: II- EFFECT OF IRRIGATION WATER RATE AND ANTITRANSPIRANTS Gewefiel, S.G.*; G.A.A. Bishr*; Kamelia M. Reda** and Rania M. Khater** * Dept. of Hort., Fac. of Agric., Zagazig Univ. ** Dept. of Medicinal Plants, Desert Research Centre, Matarryia, Cairo, Egypt. ABSTRACT This study was...

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