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أولاً : المراجع العربية

1. أحمد، سيد عاشور. 1991م. ياسنت الماء .. المارد العائم. مجلة أسيوط للدراسات البيئية. جامعة أسيوط. العدد الأول "يوليو" : 23 31.

2. أحمد، سيد عاشور. 1992م. الحشائش الضارة .. عدو لا يلاحقه التطور. مجلة أسيوط للدراسات البيئية. جامعة أسيوط . العدد الثانى "يناير" : 23 39.

3. أحمد، سيد عاشور. 1992م. المبيدات والبيئة. مجلة أسيوط للدراسات البيئية. جامعة أسيوط. العدد الثالث "يوليو" : 45-56.

4. أحمد، سيد عاشور. 1994م. تلوث المياه العذبة بالمبيدات وأثره على الأحياء المائية. مؤتمر "النيل فى عيون مصر". جامعة أسيوط "10 - 14 ديسمبر" : 869 - 880.

5. أحمد، محمد صلاح الدين وهوندا، جيشو وميكى، واتاروا. 1979م. العطارات والعطارون فى الشرق الأوسط. معهد دراسات اللغات والثقافات الآسيوية والأفريقية. طوكيو، اليابان. 208 صفحة.

6. الدمياطى، محمود مصطفى. 1965م. جمع وتحقيق أسماء النباتات الواردة فى تاج العروس للزبيدى. الدار المصرية للتأليف والترجمة.

7. الشيمى، سمير أحمد. 1995م. البيوجاز وحماية البيئة من التلوث. مجلة أسيوط للدراسات البيئية. جامعة أسيوط. العدد الثامن "يناير" : 97 110.

8. العلى، فهمى حسن أمين. 1992م. المبيدات : هل أدركنا خطرها بدول مجلس التعاون؟. سلسلة قضايا بيئية. جمعية حماية البيئة الكويتية الكويت "يناير/كانون الثانى". 62 صفحة.

9. العمرى، نصر أحمد. 1993م. النباتات الطبية .. عودة إلى الطبيعة. مجلة أسيوط للدراسات البيئية. جامعة أسيوط. العدد الخامس "يوليو" : 63 68.

10. المغازى، أحمد محمد. 1994م. الطب التقليدى وطب الأرصفة. مجلة أسيوط للدراسات البيئية . جامعة أسيوط. العدد السادس "يناير" : 33-40.

11. المغازى، أحمد محمد. 1995م. ملوثات البيئة من بعض النباتات الطبية. مجلة أسيوط للدراسات البيئية . جامعة أسيوط. العدد الثامن "يناير" : 89-96.

12. تاج الدين، على. 1981م. مبيدات الأعشاب والأدغال. دار المعارف. القاهرة. 209 صفحة.

13. حمد، أحمد مصطفى. 1994م. النبات .. ذلك الكائن الحى الكريم البهيج. مجلة أسيوط للدراسات البيئية . جامعة أسيوط. العدد السابع "يوليو" : 27-36.

14. عثمان، يحيى حامد. 1994م. التداوى بالأعشاب. مجلة أسيوط للدراسات البيئية. جامعة أسيوط. عدد خاص "أكتوبر" : 59-78.

15. فرج، إبراهيم عبد الحى. 1993م. تشميس التربة. مجلة أسيوط للدراسات البيئية. جامعة أسيوط. العدد الخامس "يوليو" : 69-74.

16. مرسى، مصطفى على وعبد الجواد، عبد العظيم. 1963م. محاصيل الحقل الجزء الثالث: الحشائش. مكتبة الأنجلو المصرية. القاهرة.

17. وزارة الزراعة واستصلاح الأراضى. 2001م. التوصيات الفنية لمكافحة الآفات الزراعية. 248 صفحة.

 

ثانياً : المراجع الأجنبية

 

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19. Abdou, R.F. and S.A. Ahmed. 1989. Effects of certain herbicides on the mitotic activity and induction of somatic chromosome anomalies in onion (Allium cepa L.). 3rd National Conference of Pests an Diseases of Vegetables and Fruits in Egypt and Arabic Countries.  Suez Canal University, A.R.E. (October 24-26): 467-473.

20. Abdou, R.F. and S.A. Ahmed. 1990. Developmental and cytological effects of herbicides prometryne, trifluralin and EPTC in lentil. LENS Newsletter. The International Center for Agriculture Research in Dry Areas (ICARDA), 17 (1): 17-20.

21. Adams, J.P. 1960. Effect of spraying of 2,4-D amine on Coccinnellid larvae.  Canadian Journal of Zoology 38: 285-288.

22. Adams, J.P. and M.E. Drew. 1965. Aphid population in herbicide-treated oat fields. Canadian Journal of  Zoology 43: 789-794.

23. Ahmed, S.A. 1982. Studies on Chemical Control of Waterhyacinth and its Impact on Water Quality. Ph.D. Thesis, Kyoto University, Japan. 139 pp.

24. Ahmed, S.A. 1989. Weed problem in Egypt: an overview. 3rd National Conference of Pests and Diseases of Vegetables and Fruits in Egypt and Arabic Countries. Ismailia, A.R.E. (24-26 October).

25. Ahmed, S.A. 1993. Advancement of aquatic weed management in the river Nile and other waterbodies.  Proceedings of Nile 2002 Conference (February 1-6, 1993), Aswan, A.R.E. II. 4.I - II.4.14.

26. Ahmed, S.A. and I.A. Farag. 1991. Efficacy of postemergence application of Basagran in weed control in peas. Assiut Journal of Agricultural Sciences 22 (5): 209-219.

27. Ahmed, S.A. and N.M. Kandeel. 1991. Response of potato cultivars to weed control practice with linuron. Assiut Journal of Agricultural Sciences 22 (5): 222-236.

28. Ahmed, S.A. and N.M. Kandeel. 1991. Response of garlic to Goal, Ronstar and Stomp applied for annual weed control. Assiut Journal of Agricultural Sciences 22 (5): 197-207.

29. Ahmed, S.A. and R.F. Abdou. 1989. Effect of herbicides Brominal, Tribunil, Sencor and Igran on the germination, growth and induction of chromosome anomalies in certain wheat varieties. 7th Arab Conference on Pesticides. Tanta University, A.R.E. (September 11-12): 223-240.

30. Ahmed, S.A. and R.F. Abdou. 1989. Effects of herbicide Treflan on germination and induction of chromosome anomalies in different plants. 7th Arab Pesticide Conference. Tanta University, A.R.E. (September 11-12): 225-232.

31. Ahmed, S.A. and R.F. Abdou. 1990. The action of Igran, Topogard and Eptam herbicides on germination, seedling growth and mitotic behavior of faba bean. FABIS Newsletter. The International Center for Agriculture Research in Dry Areas (ICARDA), 26 (August): 10-14.

32. Ahmed, S.A. and S.H. Mohamed. 1989. Effect of the postemergence herbicides Focus, Fusilade, Gallant and Nabu on Coccinella undi-cempunctata. 7th Arab Conference on Pesticides. Tanta University, A.R.E.: 241-248.

33. Ahmed, S.A. and Y.A. Darwish. 1991. Influence of weed control on sucking insect pests and natural enemies in a cornfield. Assiut Journal of Agricultural Sciences 22: 3-13.

34. Ahmed, S.A., M.A. El-Dessoky and M.A. Gameh. 1992. Utilization of waterhyacinth as a soil amendment: growth and contents of N, P, K of wheat. National Symposium on Waterhyacinth. Assiut University (February 25-26): 11-24.

35. Ahmed, S.A., M. Ito and K. Ueki. 1980. Water quality as affected by waterhyacinth decomposition after 2,4-D and ametryne application.  Weed Research (Japan) 25: 42-49.

36. Ahmed, S.A., M. Ito and K. Ueki. 1982. Water quality as affected by waterhyacinth decomposition after cutting or 2,4-D application.  Weed Research (Japan) 27: 34-39.

37. Ahmed, S.A., M. Ito and K. Ueki. 1982. Phytotoxic effect of waterhyacinth water extract and decayed residue. Weed Research (Japan): 27: 177-183.

38. Ahmed, S.A., S.M. Mousa and E.A. Beddiny. 1992. Seasonal variations in certain nutrient contents of waterhyacinth and associated molluscs in Assiut area. National Symposium on Waterhyacinth. Assiut University, A.R.E. (February 25-26): 41-53.

39. Allen, S.K. Jr. and R.J. Wattendorf. 1987. Triploid grass carp : status and management implications. Fisheries 12: 20-24.

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50. Beversdorf, W.D. and L.S. Kott. 1987. Development of triazine resistance in crops by classical plant breeding. Weed Science 35: (Suppl. 1): 9-11.

51. Blear, A.M., C. Prker and L. Kasasian. 1976. Herbicide protectants and antidotes: a review. PANS 22: 65-74.

52 Bollich, P.K., E.P. Dunigan, L.M. Kitchen and V. Taylor. 1988. The influence of trifluralin and pendimethalin on nodulation, N2 (C2H2) fixation, and seed yield of field grown soybean (Glycine max). Weed Science 36: 13-19.

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61. Chancellor, R.J. 1982. Dormancy in weed seeds. Outlook Agric. 11: 87-93.

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64. Cheo, P.C. 1969. Effect of 2,4-dichlorophenoxy acetic acid on tobacco mosaic virus infection. Phytopathology 59: 243-244.

65. Chiej, R. 1984. The Macdonald Encyclopedia of Medicinal Plants.  Macdonald & Co. (Publishers) Ltd. London. 447 pp.

66. Collins, R.L., S. Doglia, A. Mazak and E.T. Samulski. 1973. Controlled release of herbicides : Theory. Weed Science 21: 1-5.

67. Connick, Jr., W.J., J.M. Bradow, W. Wells, K.K. Stedward and T.K. Van. 1984. Preparation and evaluation of controlled-formulations of 2,4-dichlorobenzonitrile. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry 32: 1199-1205.

68. Couch, R. and E.O. Gangstad. 1974. Response of waterhyacinth to laser radiation. Weed Science 22 (5): 450-453.

69. Davis, D.S., G.M. Hawksworth and P.N. Bennett. 1977. Paraquat poisoning. Proceedings of European Society of Toxicology 18: 21-26.

70. Delvin, D.L., L.J. Moshier, O.G. Russ and P.W. Stahlman. 1983.  Antidotes reduce injury to grain sorghum from acetanilide herbicides. Weed Science 31: 790-795.

71. Dewey, S.A., K.P. Price and D. Ramsey. 1991. Satellite remote sensing to predict potential distribution of dyers woad (Isatis tinctoria). Weed Technology 5: 479-484.

72. Dickrell. 1989. Herbicide hangover: carryover headaches linger after drought.  International Agricultural Digest 1 (1): 18-19.

73. Dissogi, L.A. 1974. Some aspects of the biology and control of waterhyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes Mart. Solms). University of Khartoum. 138 pp.

74. Driscoll, R.S. and M.D. Coleman. 1974. Color for shrubs. Photogram. Eng. 40: 451-459.

75. Dunigan, E.P., J.P. Frey, L.D. Allen and A. McMahon. 1972. Herbicidal effects on the nodulation of Glycine max. Agronomy Journal 64: 806-808.

76. Dunn, R.L., D.H. Lewis, T.O. Deppert and W.C. Stoner, Jr. 1983. Fiber formulations for the controlled release of aquatic herbicides. Pages 129-135 in Proc. 17th Annual Meeting, Aquatic Plant Control Res. Program, Sacramento, CA. Misc. Paper A. 83-3, US Army eng. Waterways Exp. Stn. Vicksburg. MS. 169 pp.

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78. Egley, G.H. 1983. New methods for breaking seed dormancy and their application in weed control. Pages 143-151 in A.E. Smith, ed. Wild Oat Symposium Proceedings. Canadian Plains Proc. 12: Agric. Canada.

79. Egley, G.H. 1986. Stimulation of weed seed germination in soil. Review of Weed Science 2 (June): 69-89.

80. Ellis, J.F., J.W. Peek, J. Boehle and G. Miller. 1980. Effectiveness of a new safer for protecting sorghum from metachlor injury. Weed Science 28: 1-5.

81. Eplee, R.E. 1975. Ethylene: A witchweed seed germination stimulant. Weed Science 23: 433-436.

82. Everitt, J.H. and R. Villareal. 1987. Detecting huisache (Acacia farnesiana) and mexican palo-verde (Parkinsonia aculeata) by aerial photography. Weed Science 35: 427-432.

83. Everitt, J.H., S.T. Ingle, H.W. Gausman and H.S. Mayeux. 1984.  Detection of false broomweed (Ericameria austrotexana) by aerial photography.  Weed Science 32 : 621-624.

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98. Hartzios, K.K. 1983. Herbicide antidotes: development, chemistry and mode of action. Adv. Agron. 36: 265-316.

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