Microbial diversity during composting cycles of rice straw
1. Microbial diversity during composting cycles of rice straw

Mohamed Hefnawy; Mohamed Gharieb; Osama M. Nagdi

Volume 7, Issue 1 , Winter 2019, , Pages 30-43

http://dx.doi.org/10.26655/ijabbr.2019.1.4

Abstract
  Mesophilic bacteria, fungi and actinomycetes varied during composting cycles with high numbers in the initial and final cycles with maximal values in compost C and D, and sharply decreased ...  Read More
Effect of Bacteria and Vermicompost on Phenology and Growth of Soybean (Glycine Max L.) in Sustainable Agricultural Systems
2. Effect of Bacteria and Vermicompost on Phenology and Growth of Soybean (Glycine Max L.) in Sustainable Agricultural Systems

Mona Kazemi Moghadam; Hossain Hassanpour Darvishi; Mohsen Javaheri

Volume 2, Issue 9 , Summer 2014, , Pages 2534-2539

Abstract
  Objective: To evaluate the effects of bacteria and vermicompost on phenology and growth of soybean trial an experiment was conducted as split plot in a completely randomized block design ...  Read More
Effects of Bacteria and Vermicompost on Morphological Characteristics and Yield of Soybean (Glycine max L.) in Sustainable Agricultural Systems
3. Effects of Bacteria and Vermicompost on Morphological Characteristics and Yield of Soybean (Glycine max L.) in Sustainable Agricultural Systems

Mona Kazemi Moghadam; Hossain Hassanpour Darvishi; Mohsen Javaheri

Volume 2, Issue 9 , Summer 2014, , Pages 2540-2544

Abstract
  Objective:Investigating the microbes and interactions of the beneficial symbiotic relationships between the components of the system ecology in the food chains and life cycles is one ...  Read More
Relationship Between Cell Surface Hydrophobicity and Degradation of Hexadecane
4. Relationship Between Cell Surface Hydrophobicity and Degradation of Hexadecane

Hamid Tebyanian; Seyed Hanif Mirhosseiny; Omidreza Sarrafi; Ehsan Aliakbari; Mehdi Hassanshahian

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, , Pages 1613-1619

Abstract
  Some properties of compounds in degrading bacteria are required for biodegradation of contaminants to higher performance. Those strains which have a high percentage of these features ...  Read More
Degradation of Alkanes in Contaminated Sites
5. Degradation of Alkanes in Contaminated Sites

Ehsan Aliakbari; Hamid Tebyanian; Mehdi Hassanshahian; Ashraf Kariminik

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, , Pages 1620-1637

Abstract
  Petroleum hydrocarbons are important energy resources used by industry and in our daily life, whose production contributes highly to environmental pollution. To control such risk, bioremediation ...  Read More
Antibacterial effect of medicinal plant essence (Thymus vulgaris) on major bacterial mastitis pathogen in vitro
6. Antibacterial effect of medicinal plant essence (Thymus vulgaris) on major bacterial mastitis pathogen in vitro

Mahdi Khodaei Motlagh; Mahdi Kazemi; Hossein Ali Ghasemi; Amir Hossein Khaltabadi Farahani; Mohhamad Yahyaei; Mohhamad Rezaei; Fabio De Rensis; Simone Taddei

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Winter 2014, , Pages 286-294

Abstract
  Mastitis is one of the most costly diseases in the dairy industry. The use of antibiotics in the treatment of mastitis Leads to bacterial resistance and health problems for consumers. ...  Read More
Isolation and Identification of Tannin-degrading Bacteria from Native Sheep and Goat Feces in Kohgiloye and Boyer-Ahmad Province
7. 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 , Winter 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
Special Rumen Microbiology
8. Special Rumen Microbiology

Nematollah Dayyani; Keyvan Karkudi; Abbas Zakerian

Volume 1, Issue 11 , Autumn 2013, , Pages 1397-1402

Abstract
  Bacteria make up about half of the living organisms inside of the rumen. However, they do more than half of the work in the rumen. The bacteria work together. Some breakdown certain ...  Read More
Microbial diversity during composting cycles of rice straw
9. Microbial diversity during composting cycles of rice straw

Mohamed Hefnawy; Mohamed Gharieb; Osama M. Nagdi

Volume 1, Issue 3 , Winter 2013, , Pages 232-245

Abstract
  Mesophilic bacteria, fungi and actinomycetes varied during composting cycles with high numbers in the initial and final cycles with maximal values in compost C and D, and sharply decreased ...  Read More