El-Aleem Abd's scientific contributions

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This paper summarizes the most important method of estimating the population density for rodents. These methods are wire-box traps, Active burrows method, Food consumption method and by examining the effects of rodent and can be used to evaluate the efficiency of rodent control. Methods of estimating the density of rodents vary depending on the nat...
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This study is just a short review to damage caused by birds and rodent and the development of solutions, Agricultural pests, such as birds and rodents, may cause significant damage to crops and reduce growers' ability to provide agricultural commodities to the market. When this occurs, the broader economy may suffer due to reduced production and fe...
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Agricultural pests, such as birds and rodents, may cause significant damage to crops and reduce growers' ability to provide agricultural commodities to the market. When this occurs, the broader economy may suffer due to reduced production and fewer commodities for processing and sale. If the agricultural sector plays a major role in the economy, th...
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This paper studied to identify the best method to control scabies for animals, cattle, sheep and rabbits. Ivermectin Injection method is considered under the skin of the animal accompanied by anti-surface of the animal body, such as the use of Tincture iodine or sulfur ointment or spray a pesticide recommended is the best method to kill scabies in...
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During the present survey, 45 buffaloes were inspected for ectoparasites infestation, among them 40 buffaloes were found infested with two species of ectoparasites. The buffaloes were infested by Haematopinus tuberculatus presented an infestation rate of 66.67% but Sarcoptes sp., was recorded in 33.33% of the buffaloes. The relationship between the...
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Rodent populations at airports can cause human safety issues by attracting raptors ... be, expended to reduce of rodent populations at an airport may decrease birds population in the area and therefore, reduce the risk that raptors pose to aircraft. Rodent populations can be reduced by population management (i.e., use of rodenticides) or by habitat...

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... Eleven species fall under family Muridae, subfamily; Murinae (genera: Rattus, Arvicanthis, Mus, Acomys and Nesoke) are commensal and domestic animals found in abundant numbers, while five families have low abundance in desert and semi-desert (Hoogstral et al., 1963). Wire-box traps are one of the methods used in survey studies, as well as to estimate the population density of rodents (Desoky, 2015). Many researchers studied the population density of rodent species in Egypt (Abd El-Azeem, 2008, Metwaly et al., 2009, Hegab et al., 2013, Desoky et al., 2014, Rizk et al., 2017, Mostfa et al., 2018and Abd El-Galil, 2019.The diversity of species varied in relation to many factors such as favorite climatic conditions, preferred habitat type, preferred crops (Salit et al., 1982). ...
... The archetypal tramp species, invasive rats have spread from their source populations in SE Asia and China across the globe alongside humans and are now found throughout the world (Barnett, 2001 andAplin et al., 2011). In Egypt, changes to the environment by desert reclamation and increases to plant cover have changed the distribution and abundance of rodents (El-Sherbiny, 1987;Abdel-Gawad, 2010 andDesoky et al., 2014). ...
... Rodents are among the most dangerous pests of mammalian vertebrates of the tribe of Chordates that exists in many environments. They infect various agricultural crops (Sarwar 2015), starting from the stage of seed and seedling cultivation to the whole plant, feeding on all parts of the plant causing great damage which at the end means heavy economic losses (Nils et al 2003, Desoky 2015. In addition, they attack grain stores feeding on various types of grains, contaminating the stored grains with urine, feces and falling hair. ...
... Paraffin and Other Topical Insecticides. Some oils such as liquid paraffin may be efficient in mange treatment [114]. Oils make direct contact with the parasite and may also block the opening of stratum corneum through which the buried mites breathe; thus, the mites are suffocated [113,115]. ...