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Articles by Rajaa Abu Eideh
Total Records ( 2 ) for Rajaa Abu Eideh
  Ali Elkarmi and Rajaa Abu Eideh
  A random sample of 563 individual plants of Urtica urens growing in polluted and unpolluted areas were collected to determine the effects of air pollutants on the growth parameters of this medicinally important plant using Von Bertalanfi, Gompertz and Richard`s growth models. The parameters of the three growth models were calculated for plants growing in the polluted and unpolluted areas using plant height, petiole length and leaf weight as the growth determining factors. There were differences in the growth of plants growing in the unpolluted area from those growing in the polluted area in terms of growth period, maximum plant height, leaf weight and petiole length. These differences indicated that air pollutants reduced the height of plants and thus increased the growth period and increased the length of petioles and the weight of leaves of plants growing in polluted area.
  Ali Elkarmi and Rajaa Abu Eideh
  A random sample of 526 individual plants of Malva parviflora growing in two different bioclimatic regions were collected to examine the effects of different environmental conditions present at different bioclimatic regions on the growth patterns of this medicinally important plant using Richard`s, Von Bertalanfi`s and Gompertz growth models. Model parameters were calculated using plant height, leaf length, petiole length and leaf weight as the growth determining parameters. There were differences in the growth patterns of plants growing in the warm bioclimatic region when compared with plants growing in the cool bioclimatic region. These differences indicated that different environmental conditions present at different bioclimatic regions can affect the growth of Malva parviflora. Plants growing in warm regions had a longer growth period and a higher maximum plant height and petiole length and those growing in the cool region had a higher petiole length and leaf weight.
 
 
 
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