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Prof. Hanan I. Malkawi
Prof. Hanan I. Malkawi
Professor of Biological Sciences, Yarmouk University
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Algae and cyanobacteria in extreme environments
J Seckbach
Springer Science & Business Media, 2007
2172007
Isolation and characterization of multiple forms of friabilin
CF Morris, GA Greenblatt, AD Bettge, HI Malkawi
Journal of Cereal Science 20 (2), 167-174, 1994
1861994
Isolation and characterization of multiple forms of friabilin
HI Morris, C. F., Greenblatt, G. A., Bettege, A. D. and Malkawi
Journal of Cereal Science 21, 167-174, 1994
184*1994
Population of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in semi-arid environment of Jordan as influenced by biotic and abiotic factors
MJ Mohammad, SR Hamad, HI Malkawi
Journal of Arid Environments 53 (3), 409-417, 2003
1712003
Effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and phosphorus fertilization on growth and nutrient uptake of barley grown on soils with different levels of salts
MJ Mohammad, HI Malkawi, R Shibli
Journal of Plant Nutrition 26 (1), 125-137, 2003
1482003
Bacterial population and biodegradation potential in chronically crude oil-contaminated marine sediments are strongly linked to temperature
R Bargiela, F Mapelli, D Rojo, B Chouaia, J Tornés, S Borin, M Richter, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-15, 2015
862015
Isolation, identification and analysis of antibacterial activity of soil streptomycetes isolates from north Jordan.
I Saadoun, F Al-Momani, HI Malkawi, MJ Mohammad
Microbios 100 (395), 41-46, 1999
631999
Allochthonous bioaugmentation in ex situ treatment of crude oil-polluted sediments in the presence of an effective degrading indigenous microbiome
S Fodelianakis, E Antoniou, F Mapelli, M Magagnini, M Nikolopoulou, ...
Journal of hazardous materials 287, 78-86, 2015
572015
Treated olive mill wastewater effects on soil properties and plant growth
MJ M Rusan, AA Albalasmeh, HI Malkawi
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 227 (5), 1-10, 2016
492016
Biogeography of thermophilic cyanobacteria: insights from the Zerka Ma'in hot springs (Jordan)
D Ionescu, M Hindiyeh, H Malkawi, A Oren
FEMS microbiology ecology 72 (1), 103-113, 2010
492010
Bionanotechnology II: global prospects
DE Reisner
CRC Press, 2011
432011
Survival and accumulation of microorganisms in soils irrigated with secondary treated wastewater
HI Malkawi, MJ Mohammad
Journal of Basic Microbiology: An International Journal on Biochemistry …, 2003
432003
Bioremediation of Southern Mediterranean oil polluted sites comes of age
D Daffonchio, M Ferrer, F Mapelli, A Cherif, A Lafraya, HI Malkawi, ...
New biotechnology 30 (6), 743-748, 2013
402013
Rapid and simultaneous identification of two Salmonella enterica serotypes, Enteritidis and Typhimurium from chicken and meat products by multiplex PCR
HI Malkawi, R Gharaibeh
Biotechnology 3 (1), 44-48, 2004
372004
Multiplex PCR for the direct detection of Salmonella enterica from chicken, lamb and beef food products
HI Malkawi, R Gharaibeh
Journal of Basic Microbiology: An International Journal on Biochemistry …, 2003
372003
Diversity of soil streptomycetes in Northern Jordan
I Saadoun, MJ Mohammad, HI Malkawi, F Al-Momami, M Meqdam
Actinomycetes 9, 52-60, 1998
261998
Antibiotic susceptibility testing and plasmid profiles of Escherichia coli isolated from diarrhoeal patients
HI Malkawi, MT Youssef
Journal of tropical pediatrics 44 (3), 128-132, 1998
221998
Culture-dependent and culture-independent approaches to study the bacterial and archaeal diversity from Jordanian hot springs
HI Malkawi, MN Al-Omari
African Journal of Microbiology Research 4 (10), 923-932, 2010
212010
Mutational analysis of oil degrading genes in bacterial isolates from oil contaminated soil at the Jordanian oil refinery
HI Malkawi, LM Fatmi, TM Al-deeb
World Applied Sciences Journal 6 (2), 208-220, 2009
202009
The thermophilic cyanobacteria of the Zerka Ma'in thermal springs in Jordan
D Ionescu, A Oren, MY Hindiyeh, HI Malkawi
Algae and cyanobacteria in extreme environments, 411-424, 2007
202007
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