Zakaria Mohamed
Zakaria Mohamed
Professor of Microbiology/Microbial Toxins
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Estimation of microcystins in the freshwater fish Oreochromis niloticus in an Egyptian fish farm containing a Microcystis bloom
ZA Mohamed, WW Carmichael, AA Hussein
Environmental Toxicology: An International Journal 18 (2), 137-141, 2003
Microcystin production in benthic mats of cyanobacteria in the Nile River and irrigation canals, Egypt
ZA Mohamed, HM El-Sharouny, WSM Ali
Toxicon 47 (5), 584-590, 2006
Isolation and characterization of microcystins from a River Nile strain of Oscillatoria tenuis Agardh ex Gomont
S Brittain, ZA Mohamed, J Wang, VKB Lehmann, WW Carmichael, ...
Toxicon 38 (12), 1759-1771, 2000
Removal of cadmium and manganese by a non-toxic strain of the freshwater cyanobacterium Gloeothece magna
ZA Mohamed
Water Research 35 (18), 4405-4409, 2001
Microcystins in groundwater wells and their accumulation in vegetable plants irrigated with contaminated waters in Saudi Arabia
ZA Mohamed, AM Al Shehri
Journal of hazardous materials 172 (1), 310-315, 2009
Polysaccharides as a protective response against microcystin-induced oxidative stress in Chlorella vulgaris and Scenedesmus quadricauda and their possible …
ZA Mohamed
Ecotoxicology 17 (6), 504, 2008
Accumulation of cyanobacterial hepatotoxins by Daphnia in some Egyptian irrigation canals
ZA Mohamed
Ecotoxicology and Environmental safety 50 (1), 4-8, 2001
Toxic cyanobacteria and cyanotoxins in public hot springs in Saudi Arabia
ZA Mohamed
Toxicon 51 (1), 17-27, 2008
First report of toxic Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii and Raphidiopsis mediterranea (Cyanoprokaryota) in Egyptian fresh waters
ZA Mohamed
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 59 (3), 749-761, 2007
Water pollution: Source and treatment
SA Alrumman, AF El-kott, S Keshk
American Journal of Environmental Engineering 6 (3), 88-98, 2016
Microcystin concentrations in the Nile River sediments and removal of microcystin-LR by sediments during batch experiments
ZA Mohamed, HM El-Sharouny, WS Ali
Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology 52 (4), 489, 2007
Depuration of microcystins in tilapia fish exposed to natural populations of toxic cyanobacteria: a laboratory study
ZA Mohamed, AA Hussein
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 63 (3), 424-429, 2006
Allelopathic activity of Spirogyra sp.: stimulating bloom formation and toxin production by Oscillatoria agardhii in some irrigation canals, Egypt
ZA Mohamed
Journal of plankton research 24 (2), 137-141, 2002
First report on Noctiluca scintillans blooms in the Red Sea off the coasts of Saudi Arabia: consequences of eutrophication
ZA Mohamed, I Mesaad
Oceanologia 49 (3), 2007
Activated carbon removal efficiency of microcystins in an aqueous cell extract of Microcystis aeruginosa and Oscillatoria tenuis strains isolated from Egyptian …
ZA Mohamed, WW Carmichael, J An, HM El‐Sharouny
Environmental Toxicology: An International Journal 14 (1), 197-201, 1999
Growth inhibition of the cyanobacterium Microcystis aeruginosa and degradation of its microcystin toxins by the fungus Trichoderma citrinoviride
ZA Mohamed, M Hashem, SA Alamri
Toxicon 86, 51-58, 2014
Occurrence of cyanobacteria and microcystin toxins in raw and treated waters of the Nile River, Egypt: implication for water treatment and human health
ZA Mohamed, MA Deyab, MI Abou-Dobara, AK El-Sayed, WM El-Raghi
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22 (15), 11716-11727, 2015
Microcystin-producing blooms of Anabaenopsis arnoldi in a potable mountain lake in Saudi Arabia
ZA Mohamed, AM Al Shehri
FEMS microbiology ecology 69 (1), 98-105, 2009
Microcystin production in epiphytic cyanobacteria on submerged macrophytes
ZA Mohamed, AM Al Shehri
Toxicon 55 (7), 1346-1352, 2010
Cyanobacteria and their toxins in treated-water storage reservoirs in Abha city, Saudi Arabia
ZA Mohamed, AM Al Shehri
Toxicon 50 (1), 75-84, 2007
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