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Articles by A.A. Ismail
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  M.E.H. Osman , M.M. El-Sheekh , M.A. Metwally , A.A. Ismail and M.M. Ismail
  This study was conducted to examine the antifungal activity of some agriculture wastes (rice straw, maize and cotton wastes) against Rhizoctonia solani which is the causal agent of root rot of soybeans. For this target, it is logical start first to test the effects of different agriculture wastes extracts on the growth of R. solani under laboratory conditions, while most of the tested agriculture wastes extracts were exhibited antifungal activities against R. solani on Potato Dextrose Agar medium, so we applied them under greenhouse conditions. Furthermore, we determined the relation between the phenols, polysaccharides and protein content of the tested agriculture wastes and their antifungal activities. The results showed that maize wastes were the most active of all the tested wastes. It could be concluded from the obtained data the use of the tested biotic factors can be fruitful for controlling soybean rot root induced by R. solani.
  Samia H. Abdelrahman , Israa M. Mousa , Salwa M.E. Khojali and A.A. Ismail
  Trypanosoma evansi causes camel Trypanosomosis. Cannabis sativa was evaluated in vivo against trypanosoma evansi experimentally infected in rats. Six groups of 6 rats each aged 6-8 weeks were used. Aqueous and methanolic extracts of the whole plant were administered orally at dose rates of 125 and 250 mg kg-1 BW for 10 consecutive days. The results were compared to the standard drug Trypacide (quinapyramine) . The parasitaemia in each rat was followed for 60 days. Both aqueous and methanolic extracts cleared the parasite on the second day of treatment for the dose 125 and 250 mg kg-1 BW. Relapse occurred at day 48 of treatment for both doses of methanolic extract. The pasitaemia appeared after 18 days of treatment with 125 mg kg-1 BW water extract. Trypacide, the standard drug curred the parasite for 10 days only were relapse occurred at day 11. The objective of this study is to evaluate trypanocidal activity of certain plant extracts compared to standard drugs.
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