Abouziena, H.F., A.A. Omar, S.D. Sharma and M. Singh, 2009. Efficacy comparison of some new natural-product herbicides for weed control at two growth stages. Weed Technol., 23: 431-437.CrossRef | Direct Link |
Abouziena, H.F., E.R. El-Desoki, S. Sharma, A.A. Omar and M. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of sowing in hills on ridges as a new technique for enhancement of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) productivity. Egypt. J. Agron., 29: 85-100.
Abouziena, H.F., R.A. Elmergawi, S. Sharma, A.A. Omar and M. Singh, 2009. Zinc antagonizes glyphosate efficacy on yellow nutsedge (Cyperus esculentus
). Weed Sci., 57: 16-20.CrossRef | Direct Link |
Dutt, M., A. Omar, V. Orbovic, G. Barthe and J.W. Grosser, 2010. Progress towards incorporation of antimicrobial peptides for disease resistance in citrus. Biotechnol. Genomics, .Direct Link |
Dutt, M., A.A. Omar, V. Orbovic, G. Barthe and J. Gmitter et al
., 2008. Combating huanglongbing and canker via genetic engineering of citrus. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc., 121: 124-129.Direct Link |
Dutt, M., J.W. Grosser, A.A. Omar and G.A. Barthe, 2009. Multiple approaches for genetic engineering of citrus for disease and pest resistance. Hortscience, 44: 1008-1008.Direct Link |
El Sayed A.I., M. Boulila, D.C. Odero, A.A. Omar, A.M. Gomaa and R. Viswanathan, 2016. Characterization of ORF0 and ORF1 and their roles in recombination and replication of sugarcane yellow leaf virus. Am. J. Biochem. Mol. Biol., .
Grosser, J.W. and A.A. Omar, 2011. Protoplasts-an Increasingly Valuable Tool in Plant Research. In: Plant Cell Culture, Development and Biotechnology, Trigiano, R.N. and D.J. Gray (Eds.). Taylor and Francis (CRC Press, LLC), Boca Raton, Florida, ISBN-13: 9781420083262,.
Grosser, J.W., A.A. Omar, J.A. Gmitter and J.P. Syvertsen, 2012. Salinity tolerance of Valencia orange trees on allotetraploid rootstocks. Proc. Florida State Hortic. Soc., 125: 50-55.
Grosser, J.W., M. Dutt, A. Omar, V. Orbovic and G. Barthe, 2011. Progress Towards the Development of Transgenic Disease Resistance in Citrus. ISHS Acta Hortic., 892: 101-107.Direct Link |
Ibrahim, M.M., A.O. Mohamed, A.H. Mohamed and A.A. Omar, 2016. Effect of some girdling treatments on fruiting behavior and physio-chemical properties of Washington navel orange trees. J. Agric. Vet. Sci., 9: 58-65.Direct Link |
Khalifa, S.A., A.A. Omar and A.H. Mohamed, 2016. The effect of substituting milk fat by peanut oil on the quality of white soft cheese. Int. J. Dairy Sci., .Direct Link |
Killiny, N., M.F. Valim, S.E. Jones, A.A. Omar, F. Hijaz, F.G. Gmitter and J.W. Grosser, 2017. Metabolically speaking: Possible reasons behind the tolerance of `Sugar Belle` mandarin hybrid to huanglongbing. Plant Physiol. Biochem., 116: 36-47.CrossRef | Direct Link |
Murata, M., C.D. Chase, A.A. Omar, J.W. Grosser and J.H. Graham, 2014. Plant mitochondira intron and chloroplast DNA markers confirm new grapfruitcybrids. Florida Genet., .
Murata, M.M., C.D. Chase, A.A. Omar, J.W. Grosser and J.H. Graham, 2016. Cybridization: A promising plant resistance for citrus canker control. Am. Phytopathologoical Soc., .
Omar, A.A. and J.W. Grosser, 2004. Transfer of cDNA of the Xa21 Xanthomonas resistance gene from rice into Hamlin sweet orange (Citrus sinensis L. Osbeck) using a protoplast/GFP transformation system. In vitro Cell. Dev. Biol. Anim., 40: 65-65.
Omar, A.A. and J.W. Grosser, 2005. Transgenic Hamlin sweet orange plants containing a rice Xa21 cDNA gene obtained by protoplast/GFP transformation. In Vitro Cell. Dev. Biol-Anim., 41: 44-44.
Omar, A.A. and J.W. Grosser, 2007. Protoplast co-transformation and regeneration of transgenic Hamlin sweet orange plants containing a cDNA Xa21 Xanthomonas
resistance gene and GFP. Acta Horticulture, 738: 235-244.CrossRef | Direct Link |
Omar, A.A. and J.W. Grosser, 2007. Protoplast/GFP transformation system: Comparison between endoplasmic reticulum targeting and non-targeting GFP in transgenic citrus. In Vitro Cell. Dev. Biol-Anim., 43: S25-S25.
Omar, A.A. and J.W. Grosser, 2008. Comparison of endoplasmic reticulum targeted and non-targeted cytoplasmic GFP as a selectable marker in citrus protoplast transformation. Plant Sci., 174: 131-139.CrossRef | Direct Link |
Omar, A.A. and J.W. Grosser, 2014. Molecular characterization of transgenic W. Murcott (Nadorcott) mandarin produced using a protoplast-GFP transformation system. In Vitro Cell. Dev. Biol. Anim., 50: 51-51.
Omar, A.A., A. Satpute, M. Murata, C.D. Chase and J.W. Grosser, 2014. Production of three new grapefruit cybrids to improve citrus canker resistance. Hortic. Sci., 49: 234-234.
Omar, A.A., A.H. Mohamed and J.W. Grosser, 2009. Study of transgene expression by phloem specific promoter in transgenic citrus plant. J. Biol. Chem. Environ. Sci., 4: 647-661.
Omar, A.A., A.M. Shohael and J.W. Grosser, 2012. Over expression of a β-1,3-glucanase gene in transgenic citrus in efforts to inhibit phloem plugging caused by citrus greening disease (Huanglongbing). Am. Soc. Hortic. Sci., .
Omar, A.A., M. Calovic, H.A. El-Shamy, H.J. An and J.W. Grosser, 2008. Transformation and regeneration of transgenic `W. Murcott` (Nadorcott) mandarin using a protoplast-GFP transformation system. Hortscience, 43: 1155-1155.
Omar, A.A., M. Dutt, F.G. Gmitter and J.W. Grosser, 2016. Somatic Embryogenesis: Still a Relevant Technique in Citrus Improvement. In: In vitro
Embryogenesis in Higher Plants, Germana, M.A. and M. Lambardi (Eds.). Chapter 13, Springer, New York, USA., ISBN: 978-1-4939-3060-9, pp: 289-327.Direct Link |
Omar, A.A., M. Dutt, G. Barthe, V. Orbovic and J.W. Grosser, 2008. Phloem specific transgene expression driven by AtSUC2 gene promoter in transgenic citrus plants to develop citrus greening resistance. In vitro
Cell. Dev. Biol., 44: S54-S54.Direct Link |
Omar, A.A., M. Murata, Q. Yu, F.G. Gmitter and C.D. Chase et al
., 2017. Production of three new grapefruit cybrids with potential for improved citrus canker resistance. In Vitro Cell. Dev. Biol. Plant, 10.1007/s11627-017-9816-7.CrossRef | Direct Link |
Omar, A.A., M. Murata, S. Altaf, C.D. Chase, J.H. Graham and J.W. Grosser, 2015. Somatic hybridization and cybridization via protoplast fusion technology for citrus improvement. In Vitro Cell. Dev. Biol. Plant, 2015: 494-494.
Omar, A.A., M.G.H. Dekkers, J.H. Graham and J.W. Grosser, 2006. Quantitative multiplex real-time PCR as a screening tool for estimating transgene copy number in transgenic citrus. In vitro Cell. Dev. Biol. Anim., 42: 22-22.
Omar, A.A., M.G.H. Dekkers, J.H. Graham and J.W. Grosser, 2008. Estimation of transgene copy Number in transformed citrus plants by quantitative multiplex Real-Time PCR. Biotechnol. Progress, 24: 1241-1248.CrossRef | PubMed | Direct Link |
Omar, A.A., M.M. Mayara, Q. Yu, F.G. Gmitter, C.D. Chase, J.H. Graham and J.W. Grosser, 2016. Production of three new grapefruit like cybrids confirmed by plant mitochondrial intron, chloroplast and nuclear dna markers to improve citrus canker resistance. In Vitro Cell. Dev. Biol. Anim., 52: 32-41.
Omar, A.A., S. Altaf, I.A. Khan and J.W. Grosser, 2015. Production of mandarin + Citrus latipes somatic hybrid citrus rootstocks with potential for improved tolerance/resistance to citrus greening. J. Citrus Pathol., 2: 33-39.
Omar, A.A., W.Y. Song and J.W. Grosser, 2007. Introduction of Xα21, a Xanthomonas
-resistance gene from rice, into 'Hamlin' sweet orange [Citrus sinensis
(L.) Osbeck] using protoplast- GFP co-transformation or single plasmid transformation. J. Hortic. Sci. Biotechnol., 82: 914-923.Direct Link |
Omar, A.A., W.Y. Song, J.H. Graham and J.W. Grosser, 2006. Comparison between protoplast transformation and co-transformation in Hamlin sweet orange [Citrus sinensis (L.) osbeck]. Hortscience, 41: 972-973.
Omar, A.A.S.M., 2006. Biotechnology and its uses in improvement of canker resistance in citrus trees. Hortic. Sci., .
Soriano, L., M. Dutt, B. Madalena, J. Mendes, A.A. Omar and J.W. Grosser, 2014. Developmental regulation of the VvmybA1 transcriptional factor gene of grapevine (Vitisvinifera L.) to produce reporter gene expression free transgenic citrus. In Vitro Cell. Dev. Bio. Anim., 2014: 50-50.
Zayed, E., M. Sayed and A. Omar, 2015. Genetic variations between two ecotypes of Egyptian clover by Inter-Simple Sequence Repeat (ISSR) techniques. Afr. J. Biotechnol., 14: 1947-1953.Direct Link |