Anwar H. Sahrafaddin
Anwar H. Sahrafaddin
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Prevalence of Escherichia coli strains resistance to antibiotics in wound infections and raw milk
NS Alharbi, JM Khaled, S Kadaikunnan, AS Alobaidi, AH Sharafaddin, ...
Saudi journal of biological sciences 26 (7), 1557-1562, 2019
252019
Fusarium species associated with date palm in Saudi Arabia
AA Saleh, AH Sharafaddin, MH El_Komy, YE Ibrahim, YK Hamad, ...
European Journal of Plant Pathology 148 (2), 367-377, 2017
242017
Brevibacillus laterosporus isolated from the digestive tract of honeybees has high antimicrobial activity and promotes growth and productivity of honeybee’s colonies
JM Khaled, FA Al-Mekhlafi, RA Mothana, NS Alharbi, KE Alzaharni, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 25 (11), 10447-10455, 2018
182018
Cell wall degrading enzymes and their impact on Fusarium proliferatum pathogenicity
AH Sharafaddin, YK Hamad, MH El_Komy, YE Ibrahim, A Widyawan, ...
European Journal of Plant Pathology 155 (3), 871-880, 2019
42019
Variation in a molecular marker for resistance of Saudi date palm germplasm to Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. albedinis the causal agent of Bayoud disease
AA Saleh, MH El_Komy, A Eranthodi, AS Hamoud, YY Molan
European journal of plant pathology 143 (3), 507-514, 2015
42015
Mitochondrial Molecular Markers for Resistance to Bayoud Disease in Date Palm
AA Saleh, AH Sharafaddin, MH El-Komy, YE Ibrahim, YK Hamad, ...
Date Palm Biotechnology Protocols Volume II, 273-282, 2017
12017
Molecular and physiological characterization of Fusarium strains associated with different diseases in date palm
AA Saleh, AH Sharafaddin, MH El_Komy, YE Ibrahim, YK Hamad
Plos one 16 (7), e0254170, 2021
2021
Molecular evaluation of resistibility/susceptibility of Saudi date palm germplasm against Bayoud disease caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp albedinis
AA Saleh, MH El-Komy, A Eranthodi, AH Sharafaddin, YY Molan
PHYTOPATHOLOGY 103 (6), 125-125, 2013
2013
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