József Prokisch
József Prokisch
University of Debrecen, Nanofood Laboratory, Hungary
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Selenium and nano-selenium in plant nutrition
H El-Ramady, N Abdalla, HS Taha, T Alshaal, A El-Henawy, SEDA Faizy, ...
Environmental Chemistry Letters 14, 123-147, 2016
Elemental, nano-sized (100-500 nm) selenium production by probiotic lactic acid bacteria
P Eszenyi, A Sztrik, B Babka, J Prokisch
International Journal of Bioscience, Biochemistry and Bioinformatics 1 (2), 148, 2011
Selenium and nano-selenium in agroecosystems
HR El-Ramady, É Domokos-Szabolcsy, NA Abdalla, TA Alshaal, ...
Environmental Chemistry Letters 12, 495-510, 2014
Subacute toxicity of nano‐selenium compared to other selenium species in mice
I Benko, G Nagy, B Tanczos, E Ungvari, A Sztrik, P Eszenyi, J Prokisch, ...
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 31 (12), 2812-2820, 2012
A study of plant sample preparation and inductively coupled plasma emission spectrometry parameters
B Kovács, Z Gyori, J Prokisch, J Loch, P Daniel
Communications in soil science and plant analysis 27 (5-8), 1177-1198, 1996
Accumulation of red elemental selenium nanoparticles and their biological effects in Nicotinia tabacum
E Domokos-Szabolcsy, L Marton, A Sztrik, B Babka, J Prokisch, M Fari
Plant Growth Regulation 68, 525-531, 2012
Selenium in soils under climate change, implication for human health
H El-Ramady, N Abdalla, T Alshaal, E Domokos-Szabolcsy, N Elhawat, ...
Environmental Chemistry Letters 13, 1-19, 2015
Soil quality and plant nutrition
HR El-Ramady, TA Alshaal, M Amer, É Domokos-Szabolcsy, N Elhawat, ...
Sustainable Agriculture Reviews 14: Agroecology and Global Change, 345-447, 2014
Studies on soil sample preparation for inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometry analysis.
B Kovács, J Prokisch, Z Györi, AB Kovács, AJ Palencsár
Plant nano-nutrition: perspectives and challenges
H El-Ramady, N Abdalla, T Alshaal, A El-Henawy, M Elmahrouk, ...
Nanotechnology, food security and water treatment, 129-161, 2018
Protective effects of meat from lambs on selenium nanoparticle supplemented diet in a mouse model of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon-induced immunotoxicity
É Ungvári, I Monori, A Megyeri, Z Csiki, J Prokisch, A Sztrik, A Jávor, ...
Food and chemical toxicology 64, 298-306, 2014
Selenium in agriculture: water, air, soil, plants, food, animals and nanoselenium
HR El-Ramady, É Domokos-Szabolcsy, TA Shalaby, J Prokisch, M Fári
CO2 sequestration, biofuels and depollution, 153-232, 2015
Molecular biological approach of the systematics of Crocus sativus L. and its allies
AA Zubor, G Surányi, Z Győri, G Borbély, J Prokisch
I International Symposium on Saffron Biology and Biotechnology 650, 85-93, 2003
Speciation of chromium from industrial wastes and incinerated sludges
J Prokisch, SA Katz, B Kovács, Z Győri
Journal of Chromatography A 774 (1-2), 363-371, 1997
Effects of selenate and red Se-nanoparticles on the photosynthetic apparatus of Nicotiana tabacum
O Zsiros, V Nagy, Á Párducz, G Nagy, R Ünnep, H El-Ramady, J Prokisch, ...
Photosynthesis research 139, 449-460, 2019
Edible mushrooms for sustainable and healthy human food: nutritional and medicinal attributes
H El-Ramady, N Abdalla, K Badgar, X Llanaj, G Törős, P Hajdú, Y Eid, ...
Sustainability 14 (9), 4941, 2022
Selenium and its role in higher plants
H El-Ramady, N Abdalla, T Alshaal, A El-Henawy, SEDA Faizy, ...
Pollutants in buildings, water and living organisms, 235-296, 2015
Effect of UV light on food quality and safety.
J Csapó, C Albert, J Prokisch, P Sipos
Green Biotechnology of Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus L.): A Sustainable Strategy for Myco-Remediation and Bio-Fermentation
H El-Ramady, N Abdalla, Z Fawzy, K Badgar, X Llanaj, G Törős, P Hajdú, ...
Sustainability 14 (6), 3667, 2022
Preparation, structural characterisation and release study of novel hybrid microspheres entrapping nanoselenium, produced by green synthesis
S Cavalu, J Prokisch, V Laslo, S Vicas
IET nanobiotechnology 11 (4), 426-432, 2017
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