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Articles by Basem F. Dababneh
Total Records ( 3 ) for Basem F. Dababneh
  Jafar M. El-Qudah , Basem F. Dababneh , Ala'a A. Al-Bakheit , Maisa M. Al-Qudah , Abdullah Al-Rawashdeh , Moayad Khataibeh , Khalid Abu-Alruz and Khalil I. Ereifej
  Jordan imports rice from different countries without any quality preferences. Twelve varieties of cooked rice marketed in Jordan were analyzed. The content per serving of these varieties were computed for energy, protein, carbohydrates, fat, calcium, sodium, potassium, magnesium, manganese, copper, iron and phosphorous. The protein content per serving found to range from 0.49 g for La Cigala rice to 6.2 g for Harvest rice. The fat content for all rice brands was less than 0.37 g per serving. The energy content ranged from 172.12 g/serving for Basmati rice to 212.25 g/serving for Sun White rice. Generally, all rice varieties contain significant amounts of minerals per serving. Ruzzana found to contain the highest level of calcium (38.2 mg/serving) and Amber the lowest calcium content (6.7 mg/serving). Magnesium content found to range from 5.7 mg/serving for Royal Umberella rice to 16.3 mg/serving for Ruzzana rice. Consumption of one serving of Harvest cooked rice will cover 13.5% of the daily requirement of protein for females and 11.1% for males. Manganese content of one serving of Harvest, Sun White, Abu bent and La Cigala will cover 22.2% of the daily requirements for females and 14.7% for males, while consumption of one of Basmati, Sos rice or Amber will cover only 11.1% and 8.75 of requirement for females and males respectively. Planning a healthful diet is not a simple task. Dietary Reference Intake planning and assessing the diets of individuals or groups of healthy individuals according to their stage of life and sex. Food choice is a function of many factors, including personal preferences, habits, ethnic heritage and tradition. Dietary guidelines for Americans, consider whole grain products like rice are among the food groups that form the basis of a healthy diet. Including rice as part of a healthy, balanced diet can be linked to overall healthier eating patterns. Rice eaters are more likely to eat a diet consistent with the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
  Abdullah Y. Rewashdeh , Jafar M. El-Qudah , Hanee Al-Dmoor , Maisa M. Al-Qudah , Amer M. Mamkagh , Khaled A. Tarawneh , Azmi D. Hawari , Basem F. Dababneh , Alaa A. Al-Bakheit and Moawya A. Haddad
  To study the effects of dietary iron source (basal diet-FeSO4.7H2O, liver, lentil, spinach, liver + lentil, liver+spinach and lentil+spinach) on iron bioavailability, fifty-six Albino Sprague Dawley derived male 21 days old rats were fed on iron-deficient diet (7.8 mg Fe kg-1 diet) and the mentioned seven iron containing diets (40 mg Fe kg-1 diet) for 10 days. Rats fed liver diet showed higher iron apparent absorption (52.1%), hemoglobin (Hb) gain (0.94 g/100 mL), Hb-iron gain (1.2 mg), Hb-regeneration efficiency (HRE%) (50.8%), relative efficiency of HRE% (106.5%), packed cell volume gain (2.22%) and mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration (0.64 g dL-1). Liver resulted in an increase in these parameters when mixed with lentil and spinach diets. However, rats fed iron free diet showed the higher dry matter absorption.
  Basem F. Dababneh and Amjad Khalil
  The inhibitory effect of extracts from five Jordanian medicinal plants were studied against five plant pathogenic fungi: Crupina crupinastrum, Teucrium polium, Achillea santolina, Micromeria nervosa and Ballota philistaea. All plants showed antifungal activity against the fungi used in this study. The inhibitory effect on activity increased by increasing the concentration (from 100-1000 ppm). The highest growth inhibition of all fungi was found with Achillea santolina at 1000 ppm, which gave 42.2 and 42.0% of inhibition with Fusarium oxysporum and Rhizoctonia solani, respectively and the lowest were Micromeria nervosa and Ballota philistaea which gave 3.6 and 3.5%, respectively against pencillium sp. Results clearly indicate that the medicinal plants were used in this study are a promising source of antifungal compounds.
 
 
 
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