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The journal statistics in 2014:

Articles Rejected %: 56,  Accepted %: 44, Published: 60

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Morphological evaluation of genetic diversity of wild populations of some Rumex ‎species in Iran ‎

Mahla Khalili Bourang; Mohammadreza Hassandokht; Vahideh Nazeri; Abdorahamn Rasoulnia; Ghorban Didehbaz Moghanloo

Volume 53, Issue 4 , January 2023, Pages 823-836


  The aim of this study was to investigate the genetic diversity and phylogenetic relationships of 14 populations of five species of Rumex, including R. chalepensis, R. kandavanicus, R. pulcher, R. crispus and R. tuberosus from Ardabil and Khorasan Razavi provinces using morphological traits. The studied ...  Read More

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The effect of pyramiding resistance control genes on viral disease of tomato yellow ‎leaf curl virus (TYLCV) on photosynthetic pigments and some physiological traits in ‎different lines

Kamal Salehi; Gholam-Reza Sharifi-Sirchi

Volume 53, Issue 4 , January 2023, Pages 837-848


  Tomato yellow leaf viral disease (TYLCV) is one of the most damaging agents that causes very high yield losses worldwide and has spread to most parts of Iran. Numerous strategies have been developed to combat this disease, but these methods have been practically ineffective. In order to investigate the ...  Read More

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The Effect of various treatments on browning and micropropagation of some sweet ‎cherry cultivars (Prunus avium L.) ‎

Arezoo Jalali; Ebrahim Ganji Moghadam; Ali Marjani

Volume 53, Issue 4 , January 2023, Pages 849-858


  In Iran, Sweet cherry is one of the most important horticultural products in temperate regions. So it is necessary to use micropropagation methods to accelerate its reproduction. This study was conducted as factorial experiment based on completely randomized design with two cultivars (Adli and Takdaned), ...  Read More

Effect of Proline and Glycine Betaine Application on some Physiological Characteristics in Grapevine under Drought Stress

mehdi mohammad zamani; vali rabiyei; mohammad ali nejatian

Volume 43, Issue 4 , January 2013, , Pages 393-401


  Drought, as an abiotic stress inflicts destructive and harmful effects on plants at their different growth stages. Plants react differently to drought. Among their reactions is the production of such osmolytes as Proline and Glycine Betaine. It seems that, through exogenous application of these materials, ...  Read More

Study of quantitative and qualitative traits of fatty acids in dog rose (Rosa canina L.) ecotypes from Isfahan region of Iran

Milad Javanmard; Hossein Ali Asadi-Gharneh

Volume 47, Issue 3 , December 2016, , Pages 595-606


  Dog Rose (Rosa canina L.) is a wild native species in Iran, with a significant genetic diversity. The purpose of this research was to study quantitative and qualitative characteristics of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids dog rose ecotypes in five habitats of Isfahan province in 2014-2015. Oil was ...  Read More

Effects of Different Concentrations of Boron on Concentration and Distribution of this Element and some other Nutrients in Hydroponic Condition in two Olive Cultivars

Hojatollah Rostami; Seyed Jalal Tabatabei; Faribourz Zare Nahandi; Mohammad Rahman Pour Azar

Volume 45, Issue 1 , May 2014, , Pages 93-101


  Boron toxicity usually occurs in arid and saline soils. Among all the pollutant'sresource, irrigation water is the most important factor in boron elevating in the soil.Modification of boron-rich soils is difficult and in this case, resistant varieties can playan important role in increasing the cultivation ...  Read More

Evaluation of Genetic Diversity in Some Cerasus Sub-Genus Wild Genotypes Using Plant Vegetative and Seed Characteristics

Ali shahi gharelor; Zabiholah Zamani; Mohammad Reza Fattahi Moghadam; Naser Boozari; Abdolah Khadivi Khoob

Volume 41, Issue 4 , March 2011, , Pages 359-373

  Some Cerasus sub-genus wild species that are used as rootstocks in sour and sweet cherry propagation can also be employed in breeding programs. The aim of this study was to clearly evaluate some characteristics of subgenus Cerasus genotypes to be used in the future cherries' breeding programs. In order ...  Read More

An Evaluation of Growth, Yield and Water Use Efficiency of Greenhouse Cucumber Production at Different Soil Moisture Circumstances using Tensiometer as Moisture Measuring Instrument

alireza faramarz pour; mojtaba delshad; masoud parsi nejad

Volume 43, Issue 3 , November 2012, , Pages 285-292


  High yield of top quality crop is a prerequisite for profitable production of greenhouse produced cucumber. On the other hand, because of water deficit in Iran it is necessary to economize in this scarce and valuable input. An experiment was carried out in the experimental greenhouse of University College ...  Read More

Full Paper Medicinal plant science
Evaluation of some characteristics of the fourth generation of Pursalne (Portulaca oleracea L.) mutated from treatment with dimethyl sulfate


Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 09 June 2022


  Mutation induction is an important method of generating genetic diversity. Purslane (Portulaca oleracea L.) has unique medicinal uses due to its high content of beneficial antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids. In this study, the genetic diversity of 24 mutant lines of fourth-generation (M4) purslane ...  Read More

Full Paper Fruit Science
Intensity effect of severity of balance pruning and green pruning on some physiological, quality and yield traits of table grape (Vitis vinifera L. cv. Yaghouti) in the Sistan region

mansour fazeli rostampour

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 22 June 2022


  In order to increase the quantitative and qualitative yield of Yaghooti grapes and transfer the technical knowledge of pruning to farmers the experiment was conducted in the Sistan region. This research was conducted as a factorial experiment based on a randomized complete block design with three replications. ...  Read More