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Second International Conference on Date Palms (Al-Ain, UAE, March 25-27, 2001)

1The effect of pollen source on fruit characteristics of "seewy" date cultivar
2Evaluation of nine seedling date palm males, used in pollination and their metazenic effect on two female cultivars (mwl) & (mwk) at new halfa area
3Determination of the optimal pollination period for khlas date palm cultivar
4Effect of some growth regulators on some fruit characteristics and productivity of date palm trees (Phoenix dactylifera L.) 2- khaniezy cultivar
5Early ripening of dates using ethrel
6Effect of auxins and cytokinins on the in vitro production of date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) bud generative tissues and on the number of differentiated buds
7Date palm research and development program in the UAE
8Effect of ala on fruit yield and quality of date palm “cv. Khalas”
9National fertilizer program for date palm
10Effect of potassium fertilization and bunch thinning on the yield and the annual of leaves and flower clusters of zahgloul date palms
11Effect of calcium and zinc sprays on fruit dropping nature of hayany date cultivar. I. Yield and fruit quality
12Estimations of water requirements for date palms in Iraq
13Effect of water quality on the growth and yield of date palms (Phoenix dactylifera L.)
14Effect of different irrigation intervals on the growth rate, yield and fruit quality of mwl and mwk date palm cultivars
15Ion and water relation of date palm trees grown in al-hassa coast of Arabian Gulf of Saudi Arabia
16Response of "seewy" date palm to salinity of irrigation water under siwa oasis conditions
17The effect of different thinning practices on the quality and yield of mishrig wad laggai (mwl) and mishrig wad khataib (mwk) date palm cultivars
18Effects of fruit thinning of “madeni” dates on fruit quality and yield
19Effect of bunch thinning on the physical and chemical characteristic of the fruit for six date palm cultivars
20Effect of fruit thinning and potassium fertilization on “seewy” date palms grown at siwa oasis
21Study on fruit drop of “khuneizi” date palm cultivar
22Apomixis induction possibility explored in date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.)
23Some factors affecting growth and rooting of date palm offshoots
24Physico-chemical characteristics of fruits and pits of some date palm cultivars as affected by cultivars and seasons
25Seasonal fluctuation of physical and chemical characteristics of pinnae of some date palm cultivars
26Database for infestation of date palm by red palm weevil (Rhynchophorus ferrugineus) in UAE and Oman
27Pesticide residual analysis of date palm fruits by gas chromatography mass spectro-photometry
28Control of red palm weevil, Rhynchophorus ferruginens oliver by prophylactic spraying of date palms and trunk injection
29Ecological observations on the date palm parlatoria scale, parlatoria blanchardii (targ - tozz.) (homoptera diaspididae) in north sinai, Egypt
30Loss in fruits of date palm varieties caused by important insects, mites and birds
31Preliminary investigations into the biological control of red palm weevil using Beauveria bassiana
32Prevention of red palm weevil, (Rhynchophorus ferruginens oliver) infestation in date palm
33Survey of red palm weevil, (Rhynchophorus ferruginens oliver) infestation in date palm in Oman
34Efficacy of cga-184699 and cga-259205 on the survival, development and growth of the red palm weevil Rhynchophorous ferrugineous (olivier) (coleoptera: curculionidae)
35The disruptive effects of azadirachtin and jojoba on development and morphogenesis of the red palm weevil, Rhynchophorus ferrugineus (curculionidae: coleoptera).
36Testing different methods of control against lesser date moth batrachedra amydraula, meyrick attacking hajri variety and their effect on yield and fruit quality of dates
37Life parameters of the red palm weevil (Rhynchophorous ferrugineus oliv.) on sugarcane and artificial diets
38Management of the red palm weevil (Rhynchophorous ferrugineus oliv.) by a pheromone/food-based trapping system
39Mass rearing of the red palm weevil (Rhynchophorous ferrugineus oliv.) on sugarcane and artificial diets for laboratory studies
40Advances in trapping & repellency of palm weevils
41Mites inhabiting date palms
42Date palm fungal diseases in three Libyan oases
43On the occurrence and host preference of the date palm dust mite Oligonychus afrasiaticus (mcg.) On different date palm varieties in wadi hadramout - Yemen
44Effect of mycorhizal symbiosis on date palm growth and mineral nutrition
45Studies about a new disease of date palm in Tunisia
46Decline of the date palm trees in Egypt
47Phytopathological note. Pestalotia sp on date palm leaves in Egypt
48Mycoflora and aflatoxins associated with saidy date as affected by technological processes
49Biological control of the red palm weevil
50Study on the fungi causing decline of date palm trees in middle of Iraq
51In vitro multiplication of date palm
52Factors affecting in vitro multiplication of date palm
53Effect of explants and incubation conditions on growth of the in vitro cultured tissues of two date palm cultivars
54Effect of cultivars and explants on the growth of the in vitro cultured tissues of two date palm cultivars
55Effect of explants introduction time on the in vitro date palm Phoenix dactylifera L. production of bud generative tissues and on the number of differentiated buds.
56To large scale propagation of some elite date palm cultivars through embryogenic suspension cultures
57Explant and cultivar response to in vitro clonal propagation of female date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.)
58Micropropagation studies on zaghloul and sewi cultivars of date palm (phoenix dactylifera l.) 1 – Callus initiation and formation
59Micropropagation studies on zaghloul and sewi cultivars of date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) 2 –Shoot and root formation
60Micropropagation studies on zaghloul and sewi cultivars of date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) 3 – Plantlet acclimatization
61Production of some secondary products from date palm tissue cultures (sewi cultivar) using some precursors. I. Callus stage
62Production of some secondary products from date palm tissue cultures (sewi cultivar) using some precursors. II. Embryogenesis stage
63Phytochemical screening of some in vivo and in vitro date palm tissues
64Regulation of in-vitro shoot multiplication of date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) by different carbon source
65Screening of date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L..) varieties resistance to salinity
66Influence of different carbon sources and concentration on root formation of date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.)
67Promotion of in vitro bud/shoot formation of date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) with date syrup ‘dibbs’ as a carbon source
68In vitro propagation of date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) by adventative buds
69In vitro long-term storage of date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.)
70Factors affecting in vitro multiplication of date palm
71Plant regeneration from cultured inflorescence of date palm: potentialities given by organogenesis and somatic embryogenesis.
72Somaclonal variation in tissue culture-derived date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) trees
73Electroantennogram technique for rapid and convenient screening procedure as a new approach for the red palm weevil, Rhynchophorus ferrugineus, semiochemicals
74Study on relation between morpholometric and morphological characteristic and molecular markers of date palm
75A molecular marker of date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) resistance to bayoud disease
76Biochemical characterization of date palm cultivars using isozyme markers
77Molecular characterization of Tunisian date palm germplasm using ISSR markers
78Contribution of molecular tools to the characterization and exploitation of date palm genotypes
79Use of RAPD-PCR to characterise eurotium strains isolated from date fruits
80Isozymes polymorphism and peroxidase activity of Iranian date palm cultivars
81Prospects of dates and date palm in biotechnology
82A PCR based approach to identify DNA polymorphism among economically important date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) varieties grown in hofuf region.
83How diverse are date palm varieties in GCC countries?
84Fruit physical characteristics of date palm cultivars grown in three Libyian oases
85Tree morphological properties of date palm cultivars grown in three Libyian oases
86Assessment of genetic variation within date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) using amplified fragment length polymorphism markers (AFLP)
87A study on some phenotypic variations between mishrig wad khataib (mwk) and mishrig wad laggai (mwl) date cultivars
88The Mauritanian date palm grove: evaluation, identification and variability of cultivars based on morphological characteristics
89A comparative study of the performance of soft type date grown in arid environment
90Behavior studies of dajana and sakkoti date palms cultivars under aswan environment
91New approach to identify and characterize ten commercial cultivars of date palm
92Rutab induction in helali date fruits by ethanol fumes
93Physiochemical evaluation and storability of 14 date cultivars grown in Sudan
94Study on the storage of Egyptian siwi date variety (semi-dry date)
95Investigating the effects of shaking mode, frequency and amplitude on date fruit detachment
96Design and development of a bunch shaker for vibratory date detachment
97Suitability of HACCP system in postharvest technology of date
98Performance of date palm cultivars under semi-arid conditions of hisar, India.
99“new tebeliah” simple mechanical method for climbing the date palm
100A study on a new US patent date palm pollinator
101An instrument for setting the cluster in date palm
102A date palm service machine for the new millennium
103An electronic sensing device for red palm weevils
104Automated machine vision inspection of date fruits
105A new machine for date processing
106“simple saw for cutting date palm branches (sa’af)”
107Land suitability assessment for date palm cultivation in the eastern nile delta, Egypt using an automated land evaluation system and GIS
108Harvesting date palm juice in Bangladesh
109Separation and crystallization of date sugars on semi-industrial scale
110Date variety recognition and sugar content estimation via color analysis
111Characteristics and acceptance of yogurt containing date palm products
112Industrial ethanol production using juice of dates in a fixed cell process
113Evolution of deglet-noor date quality on it heat treatments. I – color, II – texture
114A "true" bicompartimental model for dates thin-layer drying kinetics
115Points of caution in studying heat inactivation of enzymes, exemplified by the polyphenoloxidase from the deglet-nour date (Phoenix dactylifera L.).
116Utilization of date seeds as supplementary nutrient for alcoholic stage in production of cider vinegar
117The industrial use of the date palm residues: An eloquent example of sustainable development
118Study on the preparation of date seeds for feeding
119Oman traditional palm dates: Production and improvement of palm date crop in Oman
120Date palm in north Africa trumps and problems
121The world date production: a challenging case study
122Date palm cultivation: a new book-FAO plant production and protection-paper no. 156
123A multicoverage database for a date palm region using global position and geographical information systems

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