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EL Sayed, H. and R.C. Kirkwood, 1992. Effect of NaCl salinity and hydrogel polymer treatments on viability, germination and solute contents in maize (Zea mays
, L.) Pollen. Phyton J., 32: 143-157.Direct Link |
EL Sayed, H. and R.C. Kirkwood, 1992. Response of adapted and unadapted soybean cell suspension cultures to water stress. Phyton J., 32: 263-275.Direct Link |
EL Sayed, H. and R.C. Kirkwood, 1992. Solute accumulation in soybean (Glycine max
, L.) cells adapted to NaCl salinity. Phyton J., 31: 233-249.Direct Link |
EL Sayed, H. and R.C. Kirkwood, 1995. Effect of light and salinity on growth of soybean (Gycine max
, L) callus established from adapted and unadapted stem cells culture. J. King Saud Univ. Sci., 7: 5-11.Direct Link |
EL Sayed, H. and R.C. Kirkwood, 1996. The occurrence and properties of dihydrofolate reductase isolated from Pisum sativum
, L. callus. J. King Saud Univ. Sci., 8: 93-106.Direct Link |
EL Sayed, H., 1992. Effect of water stress on the lipid and fatty acid composition of sweet pepper (Capsicum annuum
, L). J. Agron. Crop Sci., 169: 161-168.CrossRef |
EL Sayed, H., 1992. Endosperm development in maize and related to photosynthetic supply. J. Agron. Crop Sci., 168: 278-285.CrossRef |
EL Sayed, H., 1992. Proline metabolism during water stress in sweet pepper (Capsicum annuum
, L) plant. Phyton J., 32: 255-261.Direct Link |
EL Sayed, H., R.C. Kirkwood and N.B. Graham, 1991. The effect of a hydrogel polymer on the growth of certain horticultural crops under saline conditions. J. Exp. Bot., 42: 891-899.CrossRef |
EL Sayed, H., R.C. Kirkwood and N.B. Graham, 1995. Studies on the effect of salinity and hydrogel polymer treatments on the growth, yield production and solute accumulation in cotton and maize. J. King Saud Univ., 7: 209-227.Direct Link |
El Sayed, H.E.S.A., 2010. Adaptation of soybean (Glycine max, L.) cells suspension cultures to NaCl salinity stress. Egypt. J. Exp. Biol. Bot., 6: 137-146.
El Sayed, H.E.S.A., 2011. Influence of salinity stress on photosynthetic activity and cytological studies of Zea mays
, L. plant using hydrogel polymer. Agric. Biol. J. N. Am., 2: 907-920.Direct Link |
El Sayed, H.E.S.A., 2011. Isolation and characterization of NaCl resistant callus culture of field pea (Pisum sativum
, L.) to salinity. Agric. Biol. J. N. Am., 2: 964-973.Direct Link |
El Sayed, H.E.S.A., 2011. Regeneration of callus and organogenesis from explants in Pisum sativum, L. using various basal medium cultures. Egypt. J. Exp. Biol. Bot., 7: 143-151.
El Shourbagy, M.N., M.E.H. Osman, A.A. Mohsen and H.E.A. El Sayed, 1989. Carbohydrate production and floral development in barley (Hordium vulgare) and millet (Sorghum bicolor) in response to treatment with CCC and 2,4-D. Delta J. Sci., 13: 896-921.
El-Sayed, H.E.A., A.S. El-Dean, S. Ezzat and A.H.A. El-Morsy, 2011. Responses of productivity and quality of sweet potato to phosphorus fertilizer rates and application methods of the humic acid. Int. Res. J. Agric. Sci. Soil Sci., 1: 383-393.Direct Link |
Elhaak, M.A. and H. El Sayed, 1990. Solute potential and proline variation in leaves of different ages in two soybean cultivars in response to salt stress. Delta J. Sci., 14: 708-718.
Hamada, E.A.M., M.A. Hamoud, M.A. El Sayed, R.C. Kirkwood and H. El Sayed, 1992. Studies on the adaptation of selected species of the family Granineae
A. juss to salinization feddes repert. Berlin, 103: 87-98.CrossRef |
Migahid M.M., H. El Sayed and R.C. Kirkwood, 1994. Response of broad bean plants to salinity stress. J. King Saud Univ. Educ., 7: 31-42.
Mohsen, A.A., M.N. El Shourbagy, M.E.H. Osman, H.E.A. El Sayed, 1989. Effect of cycoceal and 2,4-D on the growth morphology of Hordeum vulgare and Sorghum bicolor. Delta J. Sci., 13: 2068-2086.
Osman, M.E.H., E.S.A. M. Hamada, A.A. Mohsen and H.E.A. El Sayed, 1988. Influence of 2,4-D and CCC treatment on the pigments and photosynthetic activity of hordium vulgare and sorghum bicolor. Delta J. Sci., 12: 242-260.