The Impact of Different Planting Methods on Yield and Cluster Characters Wheat (Cultivar of Chamran) Under Different Conditions of Irrigation in the Northern Khuzestan Climate
676. The Impact of Different Planting Methods on Yield and Cluster Characters Wheat (Cultivar of Chamran) Under Different Conditions of Irrigation in the Northern Khuzestan Climate

Kaveh Limochi; Farhad Farahvash; Shilan davodi; Fatemeh Fateminik

Volume 2, Issue 6 , May and June 2014, , Pages 2038-2044

Abstract
  This paper aims at investigating the impacts of different planting methods on the yield and Cluster Charactersin different irrigation conditions on wheat (cultivar of Chamran) in Khuzestan ...  Read More
Analysis of Energy Consumption Rate in Drying Process of Corn Using Dryer Reservoir in Different Temperature and Height of Layer
677. Analysis of Energy Consumption Rate in Drying Process of Corn Using Dryer Reservoir in Different Temperature and Height of Layer

Zahra Noorghadami; Mohammad Javad Shiekhdavoodi; Seyyed Majid Sajjadiyeh; Mohammad Esmail Khorasani Ferdavani

Volume 2, Issue 7 , July and August 2014, , Pages 2314-2318

Abstract
  Objective: Drying is one of the most important post-harvesting processes in agriculture. Drying method and also drying time have an important effect on the amount of energy required. ...  Read More
Isolation, Identification and Growth’s Comparison f Mold Types In A Cake Factory Environment And Final Products
678. Isolation, Identification and Growth’s Comparison f Mold Types In A Cake Factory Environment And Final Products

Hassan Nakhchian; Farideh Tabatabaei yazdi; Seyed Ali Mortazavi; Mohebbat Mohebbi

Volume 2, Issue 8 , July and August 2014, , Pages 2505-2517

Abstract
  Objective:Mold contamination of cakes and the possibility of mold growth can pose a serious health problem. Bakery products include various ingredients, which regularly contain molds. ...  Read More
Economic Analysis of Horticultural Crop Production at Various Levels of Mechanization (Case Study: Ghazvin Province
679. Economic Analysis of Horticultural Crop Production at Various Levels of Mechanization (Case Study: Ghazvin Province

Houshang Ordikhani; Iraj Ranjbar; Mohammad Ghahderijani; Mohammad Gholami Parashkoohi

Volume 3, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, , Pages 115-118

Abstract
  Objective: Economic analysis was performed for the main horticultural crops in Buin Zahra (pistachio, peach, nectarine, and apple). There were dependent and independent variables in ...  Read More
Isolation and Identification of Tannin-degrading Bacteria from Native Sheep and Goat Feces in Kohgiloye and Boyer-Ahmad Province
680. Isolation and Identification of Tannin-degrading Bacteria from Native Sheep and Goat Feces in Kohgiloye and Boyer-Ahmad Province

Hassan Mosleh; Asghar Naghiha; Ali Naghi Keshtkaran; Mokhtar Khajavi

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January and February 2014, , Pages 176-180

Abstract
  Oak trees cover a wide range of forests in Iran and most of them are located in Kohgiloye and Boyer-Ahmad province (K.B). The high tannin is one of the anti-nutritional characteristics ...  Read More
Study of Compatibility of Grape with East-Azerbaijan Climate
681. Study of Compatibility of Grape with East-Azerbaijan Climate

Sirus Naderi Zarneh; Behroz Aminzadeh; Gholam Reza Din Panah; Saleh Barzegar

Volume 2, Issue 4 (2) , March and April 2014, , Pages 192-198

Abstract
  One of the major issues of increasing agricultural production, is adaptation of technology to specific climatic variables in cultivated areas. Knowing the weather and climatic condition ...  Read More
Assessing the Efficiency of Vegetation Indicators for Estimating Agricultural Drought Using MODIS Sensor Images (Case Study: Sharghi Azerbaijan Province)
682. Assessing the Efficiency of Vegetation Indicators for Estimating Agricultural Drought Using MODIS Sensor Images (Case Study: Sharghi Azerbaijan Province)

Mohammad Hossein Rezaei Moghadam; Khalil Valizadeh Kamran; Hashem Rostamzadeh; Ali Rezaei

Volume 2, Issue 2 , January and February 2014, , Pages 399-407

Abstract
  Drought is a natural disaster. Because a significant impact on the agricultural and economy sector, it affects the lives of local residents. With Using of the remote sensing, drought ...  Read More
Investigating The Effectiveness of Nutrition on The Sexual and Breeding Behaviors in Ghezel Sheep
683. Investigating The Effectiveness of Nutrition on The Sexual and Breeding Behaviors in Ghezel Sheep

Asef Ahmad Fazel; Hossein Daghigh kia; Ali Hosseinkhani; Gholamali Moghaddam; Sadegh Alijani; Ali Olfati

Volume 2, Issue 3 , March and April 2014, , Pages 715-722

Abstract
  This study aims at investigating the effectiveness of nutritional supplements containing vitamins, minerals, and ammonia on the sexual and breeding behaviors in Ghezel sheep. To this ...  Read More
The Effect of Different Treatments of Indole-3-Butyric Acid (IBA) on Rooting of Clerodendron Phlomidis
684. The Effect of Different Treatments of Indole-3-Butyric Acid (IBA) on Rooting of Clerodendron Phlomidis

Mohammad Ali Golestani; Seyed Yaser Khalili; Ali Reza Feiznejad Siadohoni

Volume 2, Issue 4 , March and April 2014, , Pages 1075-1085

Abstract
  The research has been done for assessment of effects of different concentrations of Indole-3-Butyric Acid (IBA) on rhizogenesis of scions of C. Phlomidis in 2010.  The research ...  Read More
Shifting Mosaics in Semi-Steppe Rangelands Driven by Interactive Effect of Human Made Disturbances
685. Shifting Mosaics in Semi-Steppe Rangelands Driven by Interactive Effect of Human Made Disturbances

Pejman tahmasebi Kohyani; Yousef askari

Volume 1, Issue 9 , September and October 2013, , Pages 1101-1111

Abstract
  Semi-steppe rangelands are a complex, highly dynamic and often multi-layered mosaic of grassland, shrubland, and intermediate communities. A few recent studies have explicitly or implicitly ...  Read More
Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention of Pregnancy Toxemia in Ewes
686. Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention of Pregnancy Toxemia in Ewes

Ali Olfati; Gholamali Moghaddam; Mitra Bakhtiari

Volume 1, Issue 11 , November and December 2013, , Pages 1452-1456

Abstract
  Thin ewes or very over-conditioned ewes and ewes carrying multiple pregnanciesare more likely to develop pregnancy toxemia (ketosis). Pregnancy toxemia is a metabolic disorder characterized ...  Read More
Rosmarinic Acid and Anthocyanin Content Improvement by Foliar Application of Fe and Zn Fertilizer in Lemon Balm (Melissa Officinalis L.)
687. Rosmarinic Acid and Anthocyanin Content Improvement by Foliar Application of Fe and Zn Fertilizer in Lemon Balm (Melissa Officinalis L.)

MH. Kiani; A. Mokhtari; H. Zeinali; A. Abbasnejad; L. Afghani Khoraskani

Volume 2, Issue 5 , May and June 2014, , Pages 1525-1530

Abstract
  Melissa officinalis L. is a well-known medicinal plant from the family of lamiaceae. The plant is high in flavonoid. Flavonoids of lemon balm such as rosmarinic acid and anthocyanin ...  Read More
Effect of Water and Temperature on Seed Germination and Emergence as a Seed Hydrothermal Time Model
688. Effect of Water and Temperature on Seed Germination and Emergence as a Seed Hydrothermal Time Model

Morad Shaban

Volume 1, Issue 12 , November and December 2013, , Pages 1686-1691

Abstract
  The physiological process of germination depends on several environmental factors such as temperature, water potential, light, nutrients and smoke. Water and temperature are determinant ...  Read More
Hepatic Glutamate Dehydrogenase Activity and the Presence of Ammonia and Urea in the Circulatory Fluid of Channa Gachua in Water-Restricted Condition
689. Hepatic Glutamate Dehydrogenase Activity and the Presence of Ammonia and Urea in the Circulatory Fluid of Channa Gachua in Water-Restricted Condition

Shuvasish Roy Choudhury; Rita Mahanta

Volume 2, Issue 6 , May and June 2014, , Pages 2045-2051

Abstract
  Ammonia is the chief excretory product in fishes. However, non-availability of enough of water in the habitat, may lead to the formation of urea, in fishes. In the present study, the ...  Read More
Examining the Relationship Between Perceived Organizational Justice and Dimensions of Organizational Commitment
690. Examining the Relationship Between Perceived Organizational Justice and Dimensions of Organizational Commitment

Khaled Dodman; Mohammad Rahim Najaf Zadeh

Volume 2, Issue 7 , July and August 2014, , Pages 2319-2326

Abstract
  Objective: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the relationship between perceived organizational justice and organizational commitment of physical education teachers in West Azerbaijan ...  Read More
Screening Drought-Tolerant Genotypes in Chickpea using Stress Tolerance Score (STS) Method
691. Screening Drought-Tolerant Genotypes in Chickpea using Stress Tolerance Score (STS) Method

Moein Rezai; Akbar Shabani; Shahram Nakhjavan; Alireza Zebarjadi

Volume 3, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, , Pages 119-128

Abstract
  Objective: In order to study genetic variation and effect of drought stress on grain yield and some morphological traits in chickpea, an experiment was conducted on 64 genotypes during ...  Read More
Genetic Dissection of Some Important Agronomic Traits in Rice Using Line × Tester Method
692. Genetic Dissection of Some Important Agronomic Traits in Rice Using Line × Tester Method

Zeinab Montazeri; Nadali Babaeian Jelodar; Nadali Bagheri

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January and February 2014, , Pages 181-191

Abstract
  A study was conducted on genetics of some important agronomic traits (number of productive tillers per hill, plant height (cm), panicle length (cm), number of spikelets per panicle ...  Read More
Agroclimate Zoning of Esfahan Province by Means of Moisture Indices
693. Agroclimate Zoning of Esfahan Province by Means of Moisture Indices

Gholamali Mozafari; Mona Moalemi; Ismail Nasr Esfahani

Volume 2, Issue 4 (2) , March and April 2014, , Pages 198-207

Abstract
  The zoning of phenomena based on geographical location has a long history; any geographical zone is a part on ground level, which possesses noticeable internal consistency in terms ...  Read More
Isolation and characterization of phenol degrading bacteria from Persian Gulf
694. Isolation and characterization of phenol degrading bacteria from Persian Gulf

Negar Amini Boroujeni; Mehdi Hassanshahian; Sayed Mohammad Reza Khoshrou

Volume 2, Issue 2 , January and February 2014, , Pages 408-416

Abstract
  Phenol and phenol compounds are environmental pollutants present in industrial wastewaters such as, coal tar, oil refineries and petrochemical plants exist. Phenol removal from industrial ...  Read More
Effects of Topping and Suckericide on Leaf Quality of Tobacco (Nicotiana Tabacum)
695. Effects of Topping and Suckericide on Leaf Quality of Tobacco (Nicotiana Tabacum)

Shahram Biglar Poor Sadri; Hamid Dehghan Zade

Volume 2, Issue 3 , March and April 2014, , Pages 723-731

Abstract
  Topping stage of tobacco is a key time for development of agriculture measures to promote the quality of leaves. In order to investigating influence of topping timing and suckericide ...  Read More
Effects of Humic Acid on Ti2O Nanoparticle Biosynthesized by Lactobacillus Delbrueckii Subsp
696. Effects of Humic Acid on Ti2O Nanoparticle Biosynthesized by Lactobacillus Delbrueckii Subsp

Mohammad Darbandi; Ali Reza Astaraei; Alireza Karimi; Amir Lakzian

Volume 2, Issue 4 , March and April 2014, , Pages 1086-1089

Abstract
  Biological systems provide many examples of specifically tailored, nanostructured molecules with highly optimized properties and characteristics. These biomaterials are composite materials ...  Read More
AMMI Analysis of Wheat Substitution Lines for Detecting Genes Controlling Adaptability
697. AMMI Analysis of Wheat Substitution Lines for Detecting Genes Controlling Adaptability

Elham Amiri; Ezatollah Farshadfar; Mohammad Mahdi Jowkar

Volume 1, Issue 9 , September and October 2013, , Pages 1112-1123

Abstract
  To locate the genes controlling adaptability in bread wheat using AMMI (additive main effect and multiplicative interaction) model, twenty-one substitution lines derived from the parents ...  Read More
Effect of Gibberellic Acid and Benzylaadenine Growth Regulators on Offsets Production of Aloe Barbadensis at Greenhouse Conditions
698. Effect of Gibberellic Acid and Benzylaadenine Growth Regulators on Offsets Production of Aloe Barbadensis at Greenhouse Conditions

Ali Salehi Sardoei; Hasan Sarhadi; Parviz rahbarian; Monir Rohany Yazdi; Mina Arbabi; Masoumeh Jahantigh

Volume 1, Issue 11 , November and December 2013, , Pages 1457-1465

Abstract
  The effect of Gibberellic Acid (GA3) and Benzyladenine (BA) on Aloe vera was evaluated at pot cultivation conditions. This study was performed in two factorial test based on complete ...  Read More
A Survey on Municipal Waste Problems (Case Study of Mashhad)
699. A Survey on Municipal Waste Problems (Case Study of Mashhad)

Hossein Aghajani

Volume 2, Issue 5 , May and June 2014, , Pages 1531-1538

Abstract
  This study at first level focused on definitions and descriptions of  some landfills and landfills sites all around the world and  survey on how important they are for regional ...  Read More
Study on some aspects of seed viability and vigor
700. Study on some aspects of seed viability and vigor

Morad Shaban

Volume 1, Issue 12 , November and December 2013, , Pages 1692-1697

Abstract
  Influences on viability and germination of seeds have been studied intensively for many years, particularly for the numer-ous commercially important agricultural, ornamental, and timber ...  Read More