1. Bataineh M., Jaradat M.M. and Al Hazeem N., The theta-complete graph Ramsey
number R(k6 , K5 ) . Discuss. Math. Graph Theory, 2013.
2. Bataineh M., Jaradat M.M. and Bateeha M., The Ramsey number for theta graph versus a clique of order three and four. Discuss. Math. Graph Theory, 2013.
3. Jaradat M.M., Bataineh M. and Al-Shboul, E., Edge-maximal graphs without Ɵ 2k +1 graphs. Akce International Journal of Graphs and Combinatorics, 2013.
4. Jaradat M.M., Bataineh M., and Al-Qeyyam M.K., On the basis number of the wreath product of paths with wheels and some related problems". Ars Combin., 2013.
5. Bataineh M., Jaradat M.M. and Al-Shboul E. Edge-maximal graphs without theta graph of length 5. Ars Combin., 2012.
6. Jaradat M.M. and Bataineh M., Edge-maximal Ɵ 2k 1 -edge disjoint free graphs.Kyungpook mathematical journal 2012.
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