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Ibn Faris Sarrafi, title of a doctoral thesis

In the College of Education for Girls a discussion of the master’s thesis tagged (Ibn Faris Sarafia) was held by doctoral student Iqbal Abdel Saheb from the Department of Arabic Language. The thesis aimed to shed light on the morphological aspect of Ibn Faris, and on the dictionaries in general …

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A study of the antioxidant and anticancer efficacy of nanocomposites produced by the oyster mushroom Pleurotus ostreatus is the title of my PhD thesis.

A doctoral thesis was discussed at the College of Education for Girls (a study of the effectiveness of nanocomposites produced by the oyster mushroom Pleurotus ostreatus in antioxidants and cancer) for PhD student Wifaq Ahmed Mahmoud from the Department of Life Sciences. The study aimed to biologically manufacture silver nanoparticles …

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Intertextuality originated and developed from French to Iraqi criticism, a comparative study, title of a PhD thesis

The Faculty of Education discussed the doctoral thesis tagged (Intertextuality, origination and development from French criticism to Iraqi criticism, a comparative study) by doctoral student Israa Abdullah Wahid from the Department of Arabic Language. The thesis aimed to complete the research on this title and the related problems, and to …

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Discussing a doctoral dissertation on the effect of certainty and cognitive faces on the formation of the suggestive and rhythmic signs (Al-Hussaini al-Najafi poetry in the first half of the twentieth century)

In the College of Education for Girls, a doctoral thesis was discussed, entitled (The effect of certainty and cognitive faces on the formation of the suggestive and rhythmic signifiers) (Hasan-Najafi poetry in the first half of the first half of the Arab century) for the first half of the first …

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Discussion of a doctoral thesis on a physiological and molecular study of the receptor gene for vitamin D3 1.25dihydroxylcholecalciferol in patients with type 2 diabetes.

A doctoral thesis was discussed in the College of Education for Girls, tagged (a physiological and molecular study of the receptor gene for vitamin D3 1.25dihydroxylcholecalciferol in type 2 diabetes patients) by doctoral student Zahra Sami Razzaq Najjar from the Department of Life Sciences The study aimed to evaluate the …

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