Original Article
Roll of Gibberlic Acid and Sprimidin on Germination of Spring Cultivars of Wheat Under Salinity Stress
1. Roll of Gibberlic Acid and Sprimidin on Germination of Spring Cultivars of Wheat Under Salinity Stress

Neda Ozhan; Maryam Hajibabaei

Volume 2, Issue 9 , Summer 2014, Pages 2518-2528

Abstract
  Objective: In order to Investigate effects of Gibberlic acid (GA3) and Sprimidin Poly Amine on Germination of three Cultivars of Wheat under Salinity Stress. Methods: The experiment ...  Read More
Original Article
The Effect of Solopotasse Fertilizer on Yield and Essential Oil of Cumin (Cuminum Cyminum L.)
2. The Effect of Solopotasse Fertilizer on Yield and Essential Oil of Cumin (Cuminum Cyminum L.)

Ali Salehi Sardoei; Mojgan Shahdadneghad; Ali Arsalani; Tayyebeh Sadeghi

Volume 2, Issue 9 , Summer 2014, Pages 2529-2533

Abstract
  Objective: In order to study the effect of solopotasse fertilizer on yield and essential oil of cumin medicinal plant. Methods: A experiment in randomized complete block design with ...  Read More
Original Article
Effect of Bacteria and Vermicompost on Phenology and Growth of Soybean (Glycine Max L.) in Sustainable Agricultural Systems
3. 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
Original Article
Effects of Bacteria and Vermicompost on Morphological Characteristics and Yield of Soybean (Glycine max L.) in Sustainable Agricultural Systems
4. 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
Original Article
The Production Pattern of Aflatoxin G1, G2 , by HPLC
5. The Production Pattern of Aflatoxin G1, G2 , by HPLC

Zohre Zohari Moafi; Arash Chaichi Nosrati; Omid lakzaie Azar

Volume 2, Issue 9 , Summer 2014, Pages 2545-2548

Abstract
  Objective: Aflatoxin G1 and G2, are highly toxic and carcinogenic secondary metabolites produced by Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus fungi sampling was done according ...  Read More
Original Article
Fusarium Species Associated with Foxtail Millet (Setaria Italica) in Iran
6. Fusarium Species Associated with Foxtail Millet (Setaria Italica) in Iran

Maryam Besharati fard; Abbas Mohammadi; Mostafa Darvishnia

Volume 2, Issue 9 , Summer 2014, Pages 2549-2552

Abstract
  Objective: Fusarium diseases that cause grain mold and stalk rot of millet are the most important diseases, of these crops in Iran. Fusarium can cause stalk rots, ear rots, and grain ...  Read More
Original Article
Growth Performance, Blood Metabolites, Antioxidant Stability and Carcass Characteristics of Broiler Chickens Fed Diets Containing Nettle (Urtica dioica. L) Powder or Essential Oil
7. Growth Performance, Blood Metabolites, Antioxidant Stability and Carcass Characteristics of Broiler Chickens Fed Diets Containing Nettle (Urtica dioica. L) Powder or Essential Oil

Mehdi Keshavarz; Vahid Rezaeipour; Sakineh Asadzadeh

Volume 2, Issue 9 , Summer 2014, Pages 2553-2561

Abstract
  Objective: A research was carried out to investigate the effects of nettle (Urtica dioica) powder (NP) and essential oil (NE) on performance, blood metabolites, carcass characteristics ...  Read More
Original Article
Comparative Frequency Evaluation of Bacterial Organisms Isolated from Clinical Samples of ICU Admitted Patients and Related Factors in Ardabil-Iran
8. Comparative Frequency Evaluation of Bacterial Organisms Isolated from Clinical Samples of ICU Admitted Patients and Related Factors in Ardabil-Iran

Mojtaba Didar shetaban; Jafar Mohammadshahi; Shahram Habibzadeh; Maryam Pourhallaji; Mohammad Bagher Didar shetaban

Volume 2, Issue 9 , Summer 2014, Pages 2562-2565

Abstract
  Objective: Microbiological infection plays vital role in determining the outcome as well as cost and duration of the hospital stay for patients admitted in ICU setup. Therefore regular ...  Read More
Original Article
Trichoderma Species Associated with Medicinal Plants
9. Trichoderma Species Associated with Medicinal Plants

Yadegar Amini; Abbas Mohammadi; Dostmorad Zafari

Volume 2, Issue 9 , Summer 2014, Pages 2566-2568

Abstract
  Objective: The genus Trichoderma comprises a great number of fungal strains that act as biological control agents, the antagonistic properties of which are based on the activation of ...  Read More
Original Article
The Vitamin D Receptor (VDR) Gene Polymorphisms Fok1 In Obese Pakistanis– a Preliminary Report
10. The Vitamin D Receptor (VDR) Gene Polymorphisms Fok1 In Obese Pakistanis– a Preliminary Report

Muhammad Haris Lucky; Saeeda Baig

Volume 2, Issue 9 , Summer 2014, Pages 2569-2574

Abstract
  Objective: The role of vitamin D has soared to a pinnacle in recent years with functions affecting 229 human genes linked to cardiovascular, autoimmune, humoral, pulmonary and neurological ...  Read More
Original Article
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
11. 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 , Summer 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
Review Article
A Case Report of Splenomegaly Due to Chronic Salmonellosis in a Three Months Old Holstein Calf
12. A Case Report of Splenomegaly Due to Chronic Salmonellosis in a Three Months Old Holstein Calf

Mehdi Chitsazi; Mehdi Tavana; Seyedeh Zeinab Peighambar zadeh

Volume 2, Issue 9 , Summer 2014, Pages 2582-2584

Abstract
  Objective: Salmonellosis is a bacterial disease with a rising prevalence in the cattle industry. It is most common in dairy calves one to ten weeks of age. Salmonellosis has a serious ...  Read More
Review Article
A Case Report of Second Stage Digital Fibrosarcoma in a 3 Years Old Domestic Shorthair Cat
13. A Case Report of Second Stage Digital Fibrosarcoma in a 3 Years Old Domestic Shorthair Cat

Bahador Bardshiri; Seyedeh Zeinab Peighambarzadeh; Mehdi Tavana

Volume 2, Issue 9 , Summer 2014, Pages 2585-2587

Abstract
  Objective: Sarcomas are neoplasms of mesenchymal (stem cell) origin and are rare skin diseases of cats and may occur anywhere on the cat body.The main etiologies of soft tissue ...  Read More
Original Article
Risk Factors of Seven Groups of Health Disorders in Iranian Holstein Cows
14. Risk Factors of Seven Groups of Health Disorders in Iranian Holstein Cows

Nastaran Ahangaran Rajabi; Seyed Abbas Rafat

Volume 2, Issue 9 , Summer 2014, Pages 2588-2594

Abstract
  Objective: The cows that don’t have access to sufficient energy in their ration can get sickness. Milk production has a high priority in metabolism of dairy cows so lactating ...  Read More
Original Article
An Investigation on Antirubella Immunoglobulin Titeres and the Level of Protectivity Among 5 Major Highly Populated Cities of Gilan Province
15. 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 , Summer 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
Original Article
Whey Protein Nutritional Power House of Future
16. Whey Protein Nutritional Power House of Future

Pradyut Kumar Mohanty; Nikhil Nishant; Shilpa Luthra

Volume 2, Issue 9 , Summer 2014, Pages 2601-2604

Abstract
  Objective: Whey protein is a byproduct of dairy industry, where cheese and casein are manufactured.This is the major protein content which is loss during the formation of yogurt and ...  Read More
Original Article
Serological Survey of Antibodies to Toxoplasma Gondii in Sheep in North-West of Iran
17. Serological Survey of Antibodies to Toxoplasma Gondii in Sheep in North-West of Iran

Ahmad Nematollahi; Parisa Shahbazi; Sara Nosrati

Volume 2, Issue 9 , Summer 2014, Pages 2605-2608

Abstract
  Objective: Sera from 186 sheep (93 rams and 93ewes) from Tabriz, North-West of Iran were evaluated for antibodies to Toxoplasma gondii using a commercial ELISA kit. Methods: The animals ...  Read More
Original Article
Evaluation Corn Gluten Meal Nutritive Value for Broiler Chicks
18. Evaluation Corn Gluten Meal Nutritive Value for Broiler Chicks

Arash Hassanzadeh Seyedi; Ali Hosseinkhani

Volume 2, Issue 9 , Summer 2014, Pages 2609-2615

Abstract
  Objective: The aim of this experiment was to determine chemical composition, protein quality of corn gluten meal (CGM) and its effect on growth performance of broiler chicks. Methods: ...  Read More
Original Article
Study on Baseflow Separation of
19. Study on Baseflow Separation of "Abolabas River” Using ADUKIH and RDF Methods

Behdad Falamarzi; Haidar Zarei; Fridon Radmanesh; Mohammad Bagherian Marzouni

Volume 2, Issue 9 , Summer 2014, Pages 2616-2626

Abstract
  Objective: Currently, the evaluation of baseflow components have been of a worldwide concern due to the influential role of streamflow (base flow and direct flow)in agriculture, water ...  Read More