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Reem Elmaghloub, Ashraf Elbahrawy, Gamal El Didamony, Ahmed Elwassief, Abdel-Gawad Saied Mohammad, Ahmed Alashker, Hendawy Zedan, Abdallah Mahmoud Abdallah, Mahmoud Haddad Hemidah, Amr Elmestikawy, Mohamed El Fayoumei, Hossam Shahba, Ahmed Gawish, Mohamed Hanafy Morsy, Alaa Hashim, Mohamed Ali Abdelbaseer, Yoshihide Ueda, Tsutomu Chiba and Hafez Abdelhafeez

Introduction The incidence of HBV infection in Egypt has markedly decreased in the general population after the introduction of the universal infantile Hepatitis B (HB) vaccination in 1992. [ 1 , 2 ] The frequency of HBsAg and anti-HBc positive among Egyptian general populations, with age range of 15-59 years, is 1.5% and 15.7% respectively. [3] HBV genotype D (HBV/D) was reported to be the most prevalent among Egyptians. Although HBV genotype E (HBV/E) is geographically localized in East, Central and West Africa, it was reported to cause breakthrough

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Samiha A. H. Ouda and Tahany A. Norledin

. Wiley-Interscience. ISBN 0-471-17082-8 pp. 736. EID H.M., EL-MARSAFAWY S.M., OUDA S.A. 2006. Assessing the impact of climate on crop water needs in Egypt: the CropWat analysis of three districts in Egypt. CEEPA Discussion Papers No. 29. KHALIL F., OUDA S.A., OSMAN N., KHAMIS E. 2011. Determination of agro-climatic zones in Egypt using a robust statistical procedure. In: 15th international conference on water technology, Alexandria, Egypt. 30 May-2 June p. 2101-2110. ŁABĘDZKI L., KANECKA-GESZKE E., BĄK B., SŁOWIŃSKA S

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Mohamed Mousa, Andrew Adjah Sai and Gehad Salhin

, L.A. (1998). Measuring resilience in health care provider organizations. Health manpower management 24 (4). Pp. 148-152. 34. McCoy, J., & Elwood, A. (2009). Human factors in organisational resilience: Implications of breaking the psychological contract. Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning, 3(4), 368–375. 35. Mousa, M. & Abdel gaffar, H.A. (2017). A float in uncertainty and cynicism: an experience from Egypt. Journal of commerce and management thought 8 (3). Pp 508-530. 36. Mousa, M. (2017). Clouds over Egypt: Culture Traits and

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Pavel Kovář

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Mohamed Mousa, Andrew Adjah Sai and Gehad Salhin

and cynicism: an experience from Egypt . Journal of commerce and management thought, 8 (3), pp 508–530. Mousa, M. (2017) . Clouds over Egypt: Culture Traits and Organizational Commitment in Public Education . International journal of education and management studies, 7 (2). pp. 251–258. Mousa, M. (2017) . Responsible leadership and organizational commitment among physicians: can inclusive diversity climate enhance the relationship? Journal of intercultural management, 9 (2). pp. 103–141. Olson, A., & Anderson, J. (2016) . Resiliency scoring for

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Nadeem Karkabi

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H.F. Abou-Shaara and R.M. Tabikha

: Varroidae) on colonies of Apis mellifera adansonii (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in South Western, Nigeria. Acarina 21: 17-26. Anderson, D.L., & Trueman, J.W.H. (2000). Varroa jacobsoni is more than one species. Exp. Appl. Acarol. , 24: 165-189. Awad, N.S., Allam, S.F.M., Rizk, M.A., Hassan, M.F., & Zaki, A.Y. (2010). Fingerprinting and assessment of genetic variability of Varroa destructor in Egypt. J. Apic. Res. , 49: 251-256. Awad, N.S., Allam, S.F.M., Rizk, M.A., Hassan, M.F., & Zaki, A.Y. (2011). Identification of Varroa mite (Acari: Varroidae

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Samah Sayed Ibrahim, Fatma Abdelhalim Moharum and Nesreen Mohamed Abd El-Ghany

isolates from the soil and production of transgenic tomato plants harboring Bt gene for controlling lepidopterous insects in Egypt. Ph.D. thesis, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt, 270 pp. Abd-Rabou S., Germain J.F., Malausa T. 2010. Phenacoccus parvus Morrison et P. solenopsis Tinsley, deux Cochenilles nouvelles pour l’Egypte (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae). Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 115 (4): 509-510. Aheer J.H., Shah Z., Saeed M. 2009. Seasonal history and biology of cotton mealybug, Phenacoccus

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Khaled Salah Hanafy Mahmoud

References [1] Abd Elaziz, G. R. (2004). The system of the technical industrial education in Egypt and Japan: A comparative study, M. Sc. Thesis, Faculty of Education, Tanta University. [2] Abd ElGhafar, E. (2010). The development of school management in secondary technical commercial education (Five years system), Faculty of eduction journal, (27), p.p. 57-146. [3] Abd Raboo, K. E. (2011). The development of technical industrial education programs in light of the continuous requirements for Qualifiying to the

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Yasser Fouad Selim

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