Effects of Salicylic acid and Jasmonic acid on Hill Reaction and Photosynthetic Pigment (Dracocephalum Moldavica L.) in Different Levels of Drought Stress
26. Effects of Salicylic acid and Jasmonic acid on Hill Reaction and Photosynthetic Pigment (Dracocephalum Moldavica L.) in Different Levels of Drought Stress

Hossin Abbaspour; Halimeh Rezaei

Volume 2, Issue 12 , November and December 2014, , Pages 2850-2859

Abstract
  Objective: In order to study the effect of drought stress, salicylic acid (SA) and  jasmonic acid (JA) foliar application on Hill reaction and photosynthetic pigments. Methods:Experiment ...  Read More
Genetic Contribution of Grapevine (Vitis Vinifera L.) Main Yield Components in Final Yield
27. Genetic Contribution of Grapevine (Vitis Vinifera L.) Main Yield Components in Final Yield

Valiollah Rasoli; Ezatollah Farshadfar; Jafar Ahmadi

Volume 2, Issue 11 , November and December 2014, , Pages 2774-2778

Abstract
  Objective: Yield components and genetic contribution have the most important in final yield and breeding programs of crop plants. For this purpose, 20 varieties of grapevines with Russia ...  Read More
A Study of the Citizens’ Attitude Towards Water Pollution Prevention and Soil Resources Identification
28. A Study of the Citizens’ Attitude Towards Water Pollution Prevention and Soil Resources Identification

Mitra Mohammadi; Seyedeh Zahra Qari; Fatemeh Sadat Najafi Moghaddam; Mojtaba Azarli; Saida Sirat Nik

Volume 2, Issue 11 , November and December 2014, , Pages 2800-2809

Abstract
  pollution as well as a major threat to the health of the citizens due to the advancement at human civilization, technology development, pesticides and chemical fertilizers application, ...  Read More
Tyrosinase Inhibitory Activity Within Hexane Extract of Ten Screened Plants From Kurdistan Province of Iran
29. Tyrosinase Inhibitory Activity Within Hexane Extract of Ten Screened Plants From Kurdistan Province of Iran

Farideh Hashemi; Mohammad Ali Zarei

Volume 2, Issue 11 , November and December 2014, , Pages 2795-2799

Abstract
  Objective: Tyrosinase as the key enzyme in melanin biosynthesis, involves in determining the color of mammalian skin and hair. A variety of dermatological disorders, come up from an ...  Read More
A Study of The Citizens’ Attitude Towards Water Pollution Prevention and Soil Resources Identification
30. A Study of The Citizens’ Attitude Towards Water Pollution Prevention and Soil Resources Identification

Mitra Mohammadi; Seyedeh Zahra Qari; Fatemeh Sadat Najafi Moghaddam; Mojtaba Azarli; Saida Sirat Nik; Fatemeh Yousefi

Volume 2, Issue 10 , September and October 2014, , Pages 2678-2685

Abstract
  Objective: The world is currently facing with various problems including water and soil pollution as well as a major threat to the health of the citizens due to the advancement at ...  Read More
Antifungal Effects of Two Medicinal Plant Native to Iran
31. Antifungal Effects of Two Medicinal Plant Native to Iran

S. Mohammadi; Kh. Piri

Volume 2, Issue 10 , September and October 2014, , Pages 2712-2715

Abstract
    Objective: In order to use natural compounds in controlling plant pests and diseases, many researchers in recent years have studied the antifungal effects of essential oils and ...  Read More
A Study on the Potential of Ochratoxin Production by Aspergillus Sp. of Gilan, Mazandaran and Golestan Provinces and Ochrotoxin Rate of Producing Grown Cell Biomass in the Laborating Conditions
32. A Study on the Potential of Ochratoxin Production by Aspergillus Sp. of Gilan, Mazandaran and Golestan Provinces and Ochrotoxin Rate of Producing Grown Cell Biomass in the Laborating Conditions

Sareh Akhavan; Leila Modiri; Arash Chaychi Nosrati

Volume 2, Issue 9 , September and October 2014, , Pages 2575-2581

Abstract
  Objective: Molds produce poisons called mycotoxins,OTA is one of the most relevant mycotoxins which is generally produced by Aspergillus, its presence in food and feed products being ...  Read More
An Investigation on Antirubella Immunoglobulin Titeres and the Level of Protectivity Among 5 Major Highly Populated Cities of Gilan Province
33. An Investigation on Antirubella Immunoglobulin Titeres and the Level of Protectivity Among 5 Major Highly Populated Cities of Gilan Province

Fattaneh Pour Ghorbanali; Leila Modiri; Arash Chaichi Nosrati

Volume 2, Issue 9 , September and October 2014, , Pages 2595-2600

Abstract
  Objective: Rubella is a viral disease with minor morbidity, unless it is contracted by a pregnant woman in early pregnancy that leads to congenitalRubella syndromes. Rubella occurrence ...  Read More
Effect of Anti Browning Agents on Partial Purified Polyphenol Oxidase of Hawthorn (Crataegus Spp
34. Effect of Anti Browning Agents on Partial Purified Polyphenol Oxidase of Hawthorn (Crataegus Spp

Shahriar Saeidian

Volume 2, Issue 8 , July and August 2014, , Pages 2472-2482

Abstract
  Objective: Polyphenol oxidase or PPO (EC 1.14.18.1) is considered the enzyme responsible for quality deterioration and browning in different fruits during postharvest period. The objective ...  Read More
An Investigation on Measurement Means of Citrinin Toxin Quantity by Toxigenic Aspergillus Species in Biomass, Using ELISA
35. An Investigation on Measurement Means of Citrinin Toxin Quantity by Toxigenic Aspergillus Species in Biomass, Using ELISA

Pouya Nejati; Arash Chaychi Nosrati; Mansour Bayat; omid lakzaie azar

Volume 2, Issue 8 , July and August 2014, , Pages 2466-2471

Abstract
  Objective: Citrinin is a mycotoxin produced by several species of the genera Aspergillus and Penicillium and occurs mainly in food products and animal feed. Some scientific reports ...  Read More
Characterization of Mutations in the Rpob and Katg Gene of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Isolates From Pasteur Institute of Tehran
36. Characterization of Mutations in the Rpob and Katg Gene of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Isolates From Pasteur Institute of Tehran

Hamid Tebyanian; Hamze farhadian; Mohamad Reza Imen Shahidi; Mehdi Behdani

Volume 2, Issue 8 , July and August 2014, , Pages 2161-2165

Abstract
  Objective: The Rifampicin resistance and susceptibility of Mycobacterium tuberculosis are caused by mutations in the 81-base pair region of the rpoB gene encoding the b-subunit of RNA ...  Read More
Protective Effects of Cinnamon Bark Hydroalcoholic Extract on Gentamicin-induced Nephrotoxicity in Mature Rats
37. Protective Effects of Cinnamon Bark Hydroalcoholic Extract on Gentamicin-induced Nephrotoxicity in Mature Rats

Nahid Alaeyan Jahromi; Majid Alaeyan Jahromi; Sedigheh Tanomand; Ali Reza Alaeyan Jahromi; Houshang Jamali; Zahra Alaeyan Jahromi

Volume 2, Issue 4 , March and April 2014, , Pages 1257-1261

Abstract
  Background and Methodology: Gentamicin is a broad-spectrum antibiotic with restricted application in man and stock due to its side effects such as Nephrotoxicity and autotoxicity. Cinnamon ...  Read More
The Effect of Vitamin E and Selenium on Cyclophosphamide Detoxification in Hepatic Tissues of Mature Rats
38. The Effect of Vitamin E and Selenium on Cyclophosphamide Detoxification in Hepatic Tissues of Mature Rats

Mojdeh Khanalizadeh; Mahmood Najafian

Volume 2, Issue 4 , March and April 2014, , Pages 1406-1413

Abstract
  Introduction and Objective: liver is an important body organ without which life is impossible. Cyclophosphamide is an alkylating agent widely used as an anti-cancer (“antineoplastic” ...  Read More
Effects Drought, Cytokinin and GA3 on Seedling Growth of Basil (Ocimum basilicum)
39. Effects Drought, Cytokinin and GA3 on Seedling Growth of Basil (Ocimum basilicum)

Abbas Bagheri; Aminallah Bagherifard; Hossein Saborifard; Madeh Ahmadi; Mohammad Safarpoor

Volume 2, Issue 4 (2) , March and April 2014, , Pages 489-493

Abstract
  Priming is one of the seed enhancement methods that might be resulted in increased seed performance (germination and emergence), seedling growth and plant yield under stress conditions, ...  Read More
An Analysis of Heavy Metals Quantity Especially Pb, Cr and Cd in Grape and Various Leaves Types of Vitis Vinifera L. Harvested in Malekan Based on the Distance From the Road
40. An Analysis of Heavy Metals Quantity Especially Pb, Cr and Cd in Grape and Various Leaves Types of Vitis Vinifera L. Harvested in Malekan Based on the Distance From the Road

Fatemeh Mohsennezhad

Volume 2, Issue 4 (2) , March and April 2014, , Pages 279-286

Abstract
  Providing healthy food and protecting sources from pollution has been one of the concerns of human societies and decision – making centers so that protecting food from pollution, ...  Read More
Synoptic Analysis of Dust Systems in Yazd Province
41. Synoptic Analysis of Dust Systems in Yazd Province

A.R. Dehghanpour; A.H. Halabian; M. Fallahpour

Volume 2, Issue 3 , March and April 2014, , Pages 854-865

Abstract
  Dust is a common atmospheric phenomenon in Iran especially in central arid regions.  This severely affects environment as well as resident’s health. Among the results of ...  Read More
DNA Intercalators and Using Them as Anticancer Drugs
42. DNA Intercalators and Using Them as Anticancer Drugs

Masoud Karimi Goftar; Nasrollah Moradi Kor; Zahra Moradi Kor

Volume 2, Issue 3 , March and April 2014, , Pages 811-822

Abstract
  Many anticancer drugs in clinical use interact with DNA through intercalation, which is process that starts with the transfer of the intercalating molecule from an aqueous environment ...  Read More
Plant Species Diversity in Gonabad
43. Plant Species Diversity in Gonabad

Alireza Ekrami

Volume 1, Issue 12 , November and December 2013, , Pages 1590-1600

Abstract
  Gonabad located at Khorasan Razavi and coordinates 580 30’ N 34o 35’ E. The highest point of the zone belongs to Peak of Siah Mountain (height of 2,863 meters above sea ...  Read More
Effect of Endophytic Fungus, Piriformospora Indica, on Growth and Activity of Antioxidant Enzymes of Rice (Oryza Sativa L.) Under Salinity Stress
44. Effect of Endophytic Fungus, Piriformospora Indica, on Growth and Activity of Antioxidant Enzymes of Rice (Oryza Sativa L.) Under Salinity Stress

Ali Asghar Bagheri; Sara Saadatmand; Vahid Niknam; Taher Nejadsatari; Valiollah Babaeizad

Volume 1, Issue 11 , November and December 2013, , Pages 1337-1350

Abstract
  Abiotic stresses including salinity are the major limiting factors of growth and crop production worldwide. Microbial endophytes as the most important soil microorganisms, by modifying ...  Read More
Determination of Herpetic Keratitis Frequency Using Loop Mediated Isothermal Amplification (LAMP) Method in Isfahan, Iran
45. Determination of Herpetic Keratitis Frequency Using Loop Mediated Isothermal Amplification (LAMP) Method in Isfahan, Iran

Maryam Tarighati; Vajihe Karbasizade; Sharareh Moghim

Volume 1, Issue 11 , November and December 2013, , Pages 1431-1435

Abstract
  Herpetic keratitis which is resulted from herpes simplex virus type I, is considered the most common cause of corneal blindness that needs being diagnosed and treated in order to prevent ...  Read More
Comparison of Artificial Neural Networks and Cox Regression Models in Prediction of Kidney Transplant Survival
46. Comparison of Artificial Neural Networks and Cox Regression Models in Prediction of Kidney Transplant Survival

Amir Hossein Hashemian; Behrouz Beiranvand; Mansour Rezaei; Abdolrasoul Bardideh; Eghbal Zand-Karimi

Volume 1, Issue 10 , September and October 2013, , Pages 1204-1212

Abstract
  Cox regression model serves as a statistical method for analyzing the survival data, which requires some options such as hazard proportionality. In recent decades, artificial neural ...  Read More
Investigation on the Values of International Parishan Lake’s Plants
47. Investigation on the Values of International Parishan Lake’s Plants

Leila Mosleh; Farnaz Asadi; Roja Safaian

Volume 1, Issue 10 , September and October 2013, , Pages 1263-1270

Abstract
  Parishan Lake has been selected by UNESCO as a biosphere reserve and was recorded as an international wetland in Ramsar convention in 1986. This region is located (29°31'N 51°48'E) ...  Read More
An Investigation of Objectives and Problems of Shiraz Green Belt
48. An Investigation of Objectives and Problems of Shiraz Green Belt

Leila Mosleh; Naser Zamani-Miandashti

Volume 1, Issue 10 , September and October 2013, , Pages 1246-1252

Abstract
  Green belt is defined as a narrow green area surrounding an urban area. Shiraz green belt has been developed through 9 projects with a variety of purposes since 2005. The development ...  Read More
Chemical Constituents of the Essential Oils From the Leaves, Flowers and Seeds of TAGETS MINUTA L. bY GC/MS
49. Chemical Constituents of the Essential Oils From the Leaves, Flowers and Seeds of TAGETS MINUTA L. bY GC/MS

Mehran Moradalizadeh; Moein Mehrabpanah; Maryam Salajeghe; Masoud Nayebli

Volume 1, Issue 9 , September and October 2013, , Pages 1124-1128

Abstract
  Tagetes is a genus of 56 species of annual and perennial mostly herbaceous plants in the sunflower family (Asteraceae or Compositae).In this research our goal was recognizing the main ...  Read More
New Approach for Removal of Total Hardness ( Ca2+, Mg2+ ) from Water Using Commercial Polyacrylic Acid Hydrogel Beads, Study and Application
50. New Approach for Removal of Total Hardness ( Ca2+, Mg2+ ) from Water Using Commercial Polyacrylic Acid Hydrogel Beads, Study and Application

Ahmed Mahdi Saeed; Mohammad Jassim Hamzah

Volume 1, Issue 9 , September and October 2013, , Pages 1142-1156

Abstract
  Adsorption and water treatment of Ca (II) and Mg (II) hardness were investigated via adsorption of metal ions onto commercial polyacrylic acid hydrogel beads as a novel sorbent for ...  Read More