Original Article
Influence of the Bovine Acyl-Coa: Diacylglycerol Acyltransferase1 (DGAT1) K232A on Milk Production and Somatic Cell Score Holstein Cows
1. Influence of the Bovine Acyl-Coa: Diacylglycerol Acyltransferase1 (DGAT1) K232A on Milk Production and Somatic Cell Score Holstein Cows

Maliheh Pirzad; Saeid Ansari-Mahyari; Mohamad-Ali Edriss

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1300-1306

Abstract
  This experiment was aimed to study the association between the DGAT1 K232A polymorphism and milk production traits and somatic cell score (SCS) in Iranian Holstein dairy cows. The records ...  Read More
Original Article
Estimation of Genetic and Phonotypic Trends for Age at First Calving, Calving Interval, Days Open and Number of Insemination to Conception for Isfahan Holstein Cows
2. Estimation of Genetic and Phonotypic Trends for Age at First Calving, Calving Interval, Days Open and Number of Insemination to Conception for Isfahan Holstein Cows

Samaneh Solemani-Baghshah; Saeid Ansari-Mahyari; Mohamad-Ali Edriss; Hojjat Asadollahpour Nanaei

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1307-1314

Abstract
  For the current research the records of 62 farms in Isfahan province were available. To estimate genetic and phonotypic trends of reproductive traits such as age at first calving, calving ...  Read More
Case Report
Delineation of Groundwater Recharge Sites Using GIS Case Study: Sefied Dasht
3. Delineation of Groundwater Recharge Sites Using GIS Case Study: Sefied Dasht

Hassan Vaqharfard; Mostafa Moradi Dashtpagerdi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1316-1324

Abstract
  The water crisis is harmful effects on human life. Also one of the most problems in the human society is water resources management. In this study, site selection of most suitable areas ...  Read More
Review Article
Broiler Production Explation–Steps to Start
4. Broiler Production Explation–Steps to Start

Nematollah Dayyani

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1326-1333

Abstract
  There is nothing quite so helpless in this world as a baby broiler chick which has been snatched from the warmth of its surrogated mother, carted umpteen kilometers in a box dumped ...  Read More
Review Article
Feeding and Managing the Ewe Flock: A New Watch
5. Feeding and Managing the Ewe Flock: A New Watch

Nematollah Dayyani

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1336-1342

Abstract
  The number of lambs sold per ewe mated in the breeding flock has a considerable impact on sheep operation profitability. This depends primarily on fertility, prolificacy (# of lambs), ...  Read More
Review Article
The Principles of Poultry Husbandry
6. The Principles of Poultry Husbandry

Nematollah Dayyani

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1344-1349

Abstract
  There are a number of requirements by which animals should be managed so that the best performance is achieved in a way acceptable to those responsible for the care of the animals and ...  Read More
Review Article
A Survey on Ecological City Trends
7. A Survey on Ecological City Trends

Hossein Rahimi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1351-1356

Abstract
  There are many trends in making an ecological city all around the word, one of important cases in this approach is safe and health water. According by definitions, safe and potable ...  Read More
Original Article
Fuzzy C-Means Clustering Algorithm for Site Selection of Groundwater Artificial Recharge Areas (Case Study: Sefied Dasht Plain)
8. Fuzzy C-Means Clustering Algorithm for Site Selection of Groundwater Artificial Recharge Areas (Case Study: Sefied Dasht Plain)

Mostafa Moradi Dashtpagerd; Hassan Vagharfard

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1367-1376

Abstract
  Artificial recharge can be an effective method to raise the groundwater table and to resolve the groundwater crisis in Sefid dasht plain. The most important step to successful accomplishment ...  Read More
Original Article
Measurement of Vertical Water Percolation Through Different Soil Textures of Paddy Field During Rice Growth Season
9. Measurement of Vertical Water Percolation Through Different Soil Textures of Paddy Field During Rice Growth Season

Teimour Razavipour; Ali Reza Farrokh

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1379-1388

Abstract
  The water percolation loss beyond root zone in the soil is one of the important parameters to determine water requirement of rice plant. If the amount of water percolation rate into ...  Read More
Original Article
Evaluation of a Walking Tractor Drawn Peanut Harvester and Comparing It With Manual Harvesting
10. Evaluation of a Walking Tractor Drawn Peanut Harvester and Comparing It With Manual Harvesting

Afshin Azmoodeh-Mishamandani; Shamsollah Abdollahpoor; Hossein Navid; Mohammad Moghaddam Vahed

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1390-1397

Abstract
  The object of this study was evaluation of a walking tractor drawn peanut harvester at different conditions of soil moisture content and forward speed and comparing it with manual harvesting. ...  Read More
Review Article
Reinforcement Learning in Neural Networks: A Survey
11. Reinforcement Learning in Neural Networks: A Survey

Ahmad Ghanbari; Yasaman Vaghei; Sayyed Mohammad Reza Sayyed Noorani

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1398-1416

Abstract
  In recent years, researches on reinforcement learning (RL) have focused on bridging the gap between adaptive optimal control and bio-inspired learning techniques. Neural network reinforcement ...  Read More
Original Article
The Evaluation of Wheat Losses Harvesting in Two Conventional Combine (John Deere 1165, 955) in Iran
12. The Evaluation of Wheat Losses Harvesting in Two Conventional Combine (John Deere 1165, 955) in Iran

Asadullah Mirasi; Mohammad Amin Asoodar; Mousarreza Samadi; Ehsan Kamran

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1417-1425

Abstract
  Wheat is one of the most important food staff in consumption pattern of each country. More than 50 percent of energy is provided by bread in the developing countries. The aim of this ...  Read More
Original Article
The Investigation of Wheat Losses Harvesting in Lordegan County (Iran)
13. The Investigation of Wheat Losses Harvesting in Lordegan County (Iran)

Asadullah Mirasi; Ehsan Kamran; Mohammad Amin Asoodar; Mousarreza Samadi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1427-1435

Abstract
  Wheat is one of the important food staff in consumption pattern of each country. More than 50 % of human energy is supplied from bread in the developing country. Combine losses is less ...  Read More
Original Article
Navigation Techniques of Mobile Robots In Greenhouses
14. Navigation Techniques of Mobile Robots In Greenhouses

Ehsan Kamran; Asadullah Mirasi; Mousarreza Samadi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1438-1449

Abstract
  With the continuous development of the industrialization process, the countries all over the world gradually appeared lack of agricultural labor force and aging phenomenon, which was ...  Read More
Original Article
Water Quality Evaluation of Bamdezh Wetland Using Combination of NSFWQI and Geographic Information System
15. Water Quality Evaluation of Bamdezh Wetland Using Combination of NSFWQI and Geographic Information System

Ali Gorgizade; Mohammad Bagherian Marzouni; N. Jafarzade Haghighifard; Mojtaba Rafiei; Mehdi Esmaeili

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1454-1467

Abstract
  Bamdezh wetland with the geographical coordinates of   north longitude, east latitude and an area of 44 square Kilometers, is located in about 40 km northwest of Ahvaz and ...  Read More
Original Article
An Experimental Study of the Systemic Alteration of Nitroimidazoles in the Middle Stage of Embryonic Development
16. An Experimental Study of the Systemic Alteration of Nitroimidazoles in the Middle Stage of Embryonic Development

Seyede Saeedeh Mosallanejad; Hadi Tavakkoli; Amin Derakhshanfar; Sajedeh Salandari

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1468-1474

Abstract
  Nitroimidazole compounds have been traditionally used in the veterinary and human medicine, but their uses are sometimes associated with some side effects. Toxicopathological effects ...  Read More
Original Article
Comparing of Peanut Harvesting Loss in Mechanical and Manual Methods
17. Comparing of Peanut Harvesting Loss in Mechanical and Manual Methods

Afshin Azmoodeh-Mishamandani; Shamsollah Abdollahpoor; Hossein Navid; Mohammad Moghaddam Vahed

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1475-1483

Abstract
  The main purpose of this study is measuring and comparing of peanut harvesting loss in manual and mechanical methods in addition to economic analysis of them. Hence, a field was selected ...  Read More
Review Article
Haemotropic Mycoplasmas (Haemoplasmas): A Review
18. Haemotropic Mycoplasmas (Haemoplasmas): A Review

Ramin Mazaheri Nezhad Fard; Seyed Milad Vahedi; Fatemeh Mohammadkhan

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1484-1503

Abstract
  Haemoplasmas contain Eperythrozoon and Haemobartonella species, which are widespread causes of animal and human infections. These obligatory cell parasites were previously known as ...  Read More
Original Article
Assessment and Mapping of Desertification Sensitivity in Central Part of Iran
19. Assessment and Mapping of Desertification Sensitivity in Central Part of Iran

Mohammad Ali Hakimzadeh Ardekani; Mohammad Reza Kousari; Motahareh Esfandiari

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1504-1512

Abstract
  Knowledge of behavior climatic indexes can be help to planning future programs Bahabad study area in the eastern part of the province of Yazd with a hot and dry climate, high potential ...  Read More
Original Article
Short-Term Effect of Different Tillage Systems on Soil Salinity, Density and Nutrients in Irrigated Wheat. Case Study: Agricultural Land, City of Chenaran– Khorasan Razavi
20. Short-Term Effect of Different Tillage Systems on Soil Salinity, Density and Nutrients in Irrigated Wheat. Case Study: Agricultural Land, City of Chenaran– Khorasan Razavi

A. Gholami; H. R. Asgari; Z. Saeidifar

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1513-1524

Abstract
  This study was designed to investigate the effects of different tillage systems on some parameters such as soil salinity (pH, EC, SAR), soil density and nutrients in a nested experimental ...  Read More
Original Article
Rosmarinic Acid and Anthocyanin Content Improvement by Foliar Application of Fe and Zn Fertilizer in Lemon Balm (Melissa Officinalis L.)
21. 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 , Spring 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
Case Report
A Survey on Municipal Waste Problems (Case Study of Mashhad)
22. A Survey on Municipal Waste Problems (Case Study of Mashhad)

Hossein Aghajani

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 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
Case Report
Effect of Different Tillage Systems on Soil Physical Properties and Yield of Wheat (Case Study: Agricultural Lands of Hakim Abad Village, Chenaran Township, Khorasan Razavi Province)
23. Effect of Different Tillage Systems on Soil Physical Properties and Yield of Wheat (Case Study: Agricultural Lands of Hakim Abad Village, Chenaran Township, Khorasan Razavi Province)

A. Gholami; H.R. Asgari; E. Zeinali

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1539-1552

Abstract
  This research delves into investigating the effects of different soil management practices on soil physical properties, yield and yield’s components of irrigated wheat. This experimental ...  Read More
Original Article
Efficiency of the Injection of Trimethoprim/Sulfamethoxazole Solution on Game Bird Embryonated-Egg During the Late Stage of Development
24. Efficiency of the Injection of Trimethoprim/Sulfamethoxazole Solution on Game Bird Embryonated-Egg During the Late Stage of Development

Seyede Saeedeh Mosallanejad; Hadi Tavakkoli; Amin Derakhshanfar; Sajedeh Salandari

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1553-1561

Abstract
  Infectious agents cause disease in virtually any susceptible hosts. In the poultry production and medicine, pathogens were eliminated from a line of a breeder by injection of antibiotics ...  Read More
Original Article
Studying Some Hydrodynamic Properties of Iranian Two Local Apples Varieties Related to Harvest Times (Ashegi And Gare Yapraq)
25. Studying Some Hydrodynamic Properties of Iranian Two Local Apples Varieties Related to Harvest Times (Ashegi And Gare Yapraq)

Hamed Baghal Asghari Baghmisheh; Hossein Ghaffari; Sina Khalilvandi Behrouzyar; Ali Abbaszadeh-asl

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1562-1571

Abstract
  In order to design and manufacturing some postharvest equipment, determination of some hydrodynamic properties of crops are necessary. The quality of products in global and local markets ...  Read More
Original Article
Effect of Intercropping Patterns of Chickpea and Dragon’s Head (Lallemantia Iberica Fish. Et Mey.) on Yield, Yield Components and Morphological Traits of Dragon’s Head Under Different Weed Management
26. Effect of Intercropping Patterns of Chickpea and Dragon’s Head (Lallemantia Iberica Fish. Et Mey.) on Yield, Yield Components and Morphological Traits of Dragon’s Head Under Different Weed Management

Safar Nasrollahzadeh; Jalil Shafagh-Kolvanagh; Mojgan Mohammadi; Parisa Aghaie-Garachorlu

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1572-1581

Abstract
  An experiment was conducted at the Research Farm of the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Tabriz, Iran in 2012 to study the effect of intercropping of chickpea and Dragon’s ...  Read More
Original Article
Effect of Mechanical Plucking Height on Tea Green Leaf Yield and Its Quality
27. Effect of Mechanical Plucking Height on Tea Green Leaf Yield and Its Quality

Seyed Babak Salvatian; Farshad Soheili-fard; Koorosh Majd Salimi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1582-1592

Abstract
  Tea is very important product in many countries due to huge consumption in the world and its valuable contains. The traditional harvesting method needs to be improved due to its effect ...  Read More
Original Article
Comparison of Linear and Threshold Models for Estimation Genetic and Phenotypic Parameters of Success of Conception at First Service and Inseminations to Conception in Holstein Cattles in East Azarbayjan Province
28. Comparison of Linear and Threshold Models for Estimation Genetic and Phenotypic Parameters of Success of Conception at First Service and Inseminations to Conception in Holstein Cattles in East Azarbayjan Province

Jafar Jamdar; Morad Pasha Eskandarinasab

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1593-1598

Abstract
  In this research genetic and phenotypic parameters were estimated using linear and threshold models, for reproductive traits, data from 6 large industrial dairy herd of East Azerbaijan ...  Read More
Original Article
Effects of Tarragon Powders’ Different Levels (Artemisia Dracunculus) on General Performance and Anetometric Properties of Digestive System of Male Broiler Chickens
29. Effects of Tarragon Powders’ Different Levels (Artemisia Dracunculus) on General Performance and Anetometric Properties of Digestive System of Male Broiler Chickens

Zahra Hosseinzadeh; Gholamali Moghaddam

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1599-1605

Abstract
  This study was designed to investigate the effects of different levels of Tarragon powder on general performance and Anetometric, properties of digestive system of male broiler chickens. ...  Read More
Original Article
Functional Assessment of CODM Gene in Different Cultivar of Papaveraceous Species Via In Silico Analysis
30. Functional Assessment of CODM Gene in Different Cultivar of Papaveraceous Species Via In Silico Analysis

Seyedeh Habibeh Hosseini; Hossein Azarnivand; Mohammad Reza Naghavi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1606-1612

Abstract
  Medicinal use of the opium poppy (Papaver somniferum L) has ancient history, but the isolation of morphine was not described until the early nineteenth century. Morphine is the most ...  Read More
Original Article
Relationship Between Cell Surface Hydrophobicity and Degradation of Hexadecane
31. 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
Original Article
Degradation of Alkanes in Contaminated Sites
32. 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
Original Article
Municipal Solid Waste Management in Coastal Line of Gilan Province
33. Municipal Solid Waste Management in Coastal Line of Gilan Province

M. Rezazadeh; M. Abdoli; N. Mehrdadi; M. Mousavinezhad

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1638-1649

Abstract
  Sea shores of Gilan Province is one off the biggest tourist attractions in Iran. This area have valuable forests and grasslands. In addition it provides significant amount of corps ...  Read More
Original Article
Length-Weight Relationship and Fulton’s Condition Factor of Macrobrachium Nipponense (De Haan, 1849) in Southern Coasts of the Caspian Sea-Iran
34. Length-Weight Relationship and Fulton’s Condition Factor of Macrobrachium Nipponense (De Haan, 1849) in Southern Coasts of the Caspian Sea-Iran

Javid Imanpour Namin; Elnaz Nami; Sanam Heidary

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1650-1656

Abstract
  The Length-Weight Relationship (LWR) and condition factors (CF) of 180 the oriental river prawn Macrobrachium nipponense collected from southern coasts of the Caspian Sea from May through ...  Read More
Original Article
Effect of Subsoil Compaction Constraints on Some Morphological, Physiological and Agronomic Properties of Wheat (Triticum Aestivum L.) Under Rain-Fed Farming
35. Effect of Subsoil Compaction Constraints on Some Morphological, Physiological and Agronomic Properties of Wheat (Triticum Aestivum L.) Under Rain-Fed Farming

Hamid Reza Asgari; Abdolghaium Ghiami; Zahra Saeedifar; Farshid Ghaderifar

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1657-1669

Abstract
  Soil compaction has become a widespread problem in the world and is one of the factors involved in land degradation and declining crop yields, especially in the arid and semi-arid agriculture. ...  Read More
Original Article
Effect of Flushing Ration on the Sexual and Breeding Behaviors in Ghezel Sheep
36. Effect of Flushing Ration on the Sexual and Breeding Behaviors in Ghezel Sheep

Asef Ahmad Fazel; Hossein Daghigh kia

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1700-1706

Abstract
  This study aims at investigating the effectiveness of utilizing barley as a Flushing ration with an energizing source and soybean meal-based diets as a Flushing ration with a protein ...  Read More
Original Article
New Method of Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) in Modeling Broiler Production Energy Index in Alborz Province
37. New Method of Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) in Modeling Broiler Production Energy Index in Alborz Province

Fatemeh Almasi; Ali Jafari; Asadolah Akram; Mosen Nosrati; Hadi Afazeli

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1707-1718

Abstract
  During the past few years, modeling in agriculture has attracted considerable attention. New modeling methods including neural networks are employed in various industries, and it is ...  Read More
Original Article
Sequencing And Bioinformatics Analysis of the Partial Promoter Region of Κ-Casein (CSN3) Gene in Iranian Bacterianus and Dromedaries Camels
38. Sequencing And Bioinformatics Analysis of the Partial Promoter Region of Κ-Casein (CSN3) Gene in Iranian Bacterianus and Dromedaries Camels

Ali Akbar Khabiri; Mojtaba Tahmoorespur; Mohammad Reza Nassiri; Mohammad Hadi Sekhavati

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1719-1725

Abstract
  κ-casein is a glycosilated protein belonging to a family of phosphoproteins (αs1,β, αs2,κ) that represents the major protein component in mammalian milk. ...  Read More
Original Article
Mapping of Transcription Factor Binding Region of Kappa Casein (CSN3) Gene in Iranian Bacterianus and Dromedaries Camels
39. Mapping of Transcription Factor Binding Region of Kappa Casein (CSN3) Gene in Iranian Bacterianus and Dromedaries Camels

A.A. Khabiri; M. Tahmoorespur; M.R. Nassiri; M.H. Sekhavati

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1726-1733

Abstract
  κ-casein is a glycosilated protein in mammalian milk that plays an essential role in the milk micelles. Control of κ-casein expression reflects this essential role, although ...  Read More
Original Article
Analysis of Climatic Factors Influencing the Architecture in the City of Darab
40. Analysis of Climatic Factors Influencing the Architecture in the City of Darab

Saryh Zare'ian; Taraneh Saniee; Shaghayegh DelfanAzari; Samira Aligholi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1734-1741

Abstract
  Weather condition is one of the much effective factors in the principle of architecture and urbanization. So in this research long-term trend of effective climate elements in architecture ...  Read More
Original Article
Impact of Wind Direction and Speed on Dusty Days
41. Impact of Wind Direction and Speed on Dusty Days

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

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1742-1749

Abstract
  The direction and speed of winds play an important role in the occurrence of pollutions and dust stormas well as location placement for the establishment of industries and the expansion ...  Read More
Original Article
Effects of Tarragon Powders’ Different Levels (Artemisia Dracunculus) on Performance and Carcasses ‘Characteristics Male Broiler Chickens
42. Effects of Tarragon Powders’ Different Levels (Artemisia Dracunculus) on Performance and Carcasses ‘Characteristics Male Broiler Chickens

Zahra Hosseinzadeh; Parviz Farhoomand; Ramin Najafi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1750-1760

Abstract
  This study was designed to investigate the effects of different levels of Tarragon powder on performance and carcass’ characteristics of broiler chickens. 200 one-day-old Ross ...  Read More
Original Article
Weight Changes and Sexual Behavior in Ghezel Intact and Castrated Male Lambs
43. Weight Changes and Sexual Behavior in Ghezel Intact and Castrated Male Lambs

Farshid Nazari Zenouz; Gholamali Moghaddam; Ziba Abdi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1761-1767

Abstract
  Castration of male animal's leads to a reduction in aggressive behavior, which animals will avoid wasting energy resulting to economic production of the animal, grows. It also reduces ...  Read More
Original Article
Evaluation of Eight Evaporation Estimation Methods in a Semi-arid Region (Dez reservoir, Iran)
44. Evaluation of Eight Evaporation Estimation Methods in a Semi-arid Region (Dez reservoir, Iran)

Ali Gorjizade; Ali Mohammad Akhondali; Heidar Zarei; Hesam Seyyed Kaboli

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1823-1836

Abstract
  Establishing satisfactory estimation methods of lake evaporation has been crucial vital for research and management of water resources and ecosystems. Determining the accurate method ...  Read More
Original Article
Hybrid Models Performance Assessment to Predict Flow of Gamasyab River
45. Hybrid Models Performance Assessment to Predict Flow of Gamasyab River

Abazar Solgi; Feridon Radmanesh; Heidar Zarei; Vahid Nourani

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1837-1846

Abstract
  Awareness of the level of river flow and its fluctuations at different times is one of the significant factor to achieve sustainable development for water resource issues. Therefore, ...  Read More
Original Article
Embryo Transferfortrans Cervicalin Cattle
46. Embryo Transferfortrans Cervicalin Cattle

Ebrahim Babaahmady

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1847-1853

Abstract
  The aim of this study was to analyze the incidence of stage of embryonic development, embryo quality and the time of transfer on pregnancy rate in embryo transfer program timed. We ...  Read More
Original Article
Role of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal (AM) Fungi in Phytoremediation of Soils Contaminated: A Review
47. Role of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal (AM) Fungi in Phytoremediation of Soils Contaminated: A Review

Sajjad Shaker-Koohi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1854-1864

Abstract
  Pollution of the soil environment with toxic materials from fossil burning, mining and smelting of metalliferous ores, disposal of sewage, fertilizers and pesticides, etc. has increased ...  Read More
Original Article
Remote Sensing Based Retrieval of Snow Cover Properties Case Study (Shirkooh Mountain Yazd, Iran)
48. Remote Sensing Based Retrieval of Snow Cover Properties Case Study (Shirkooh Mountain Yazd, Iran)

A. Sarkargar Ardakani

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1865-1875

Abstract
  Snow cover area is one of the most important criteria to calculate snow melt runoff. This can have an effect on the biology of the plant and the environment of a region. Using the catchment ...  Read More
Review Article
Component and Application Aloe Vera Plant in Medicine
49. Component and Application Aloe Vera Plant in Medicine

Jalal Bayati Zadeh; Nasroallah Moradi Kor

Volume 2, Issue 5 , Spring 2014, Pages 1876-1882

Abstract
  For centuries, Aloe Vera has been used by many different cultures. The ancient Greeks, the Romans, the Babylonians, Indians and the Chinese have all used Aloe Vera as a medicinal plant. ...  Read More