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Volume 35 (2021)
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Medicinal Plants
Investigating the Effect of Arbuscular Fungus on the Medicinal Plant Lemon Grass (Cymbopogon citratus) under Salt Stress

F. Soleimani; D. Samsampour; A. Bagheri

Volume 37, Issue 3 , November 2023, , Pages 643-653


  Introduction  Medicinal plants have reservoirs rich in the active ingredients of many medicines. Medicinal plants have rich reservoirs of essential active ingredients of many drugs. Considering the importance of medicinal plants, especially in the pharmaceutical industry and their scarcity in nature, ...  Read More

The Effect of Heat Shock on Chilling Tolerance in ̔Khatooni Melon’ Seedling (Cucumis melo L.)

F. Ghanbari; S. Akbari

Volume 35, Issue 1 , February 2021, , Pages 63-71


  Introduction: Melon, like other members of cucurbitaceae family, is sensitive to cold stress. Applying different cultivation techniques in the nursery can provide some degree of tolerance to environmental stresses in the plants. In the other words, applying stress conditions on plants may cause them ...  Read More

Investigating of Antioxidant Enzymes and Proline Changes During the Flowering Bud Dormancy in Several Cherry Cultivars

A. Angooti; J, Hajilou; F. Razavi

Volume 33, Issue 4 , March 2020, , Pages 623-637


  Introduction: The ability to tolerate cold will not be possible without stopping or inducing sleep, which is one of the important steps in the life cycle of plants in temperate regions. This period is one of the important factors in preventing cold damages in winter and spring in temperate regions. Various ...  Read More

The Effect of PRD on Changes of Drought Stress Indices, NutritionAntioxidant and Photosynthesis Activity of Tomato

maryam haghighi; maryam mozafariyan

Volume 28, Issue 4 , November 2014, , Pages 565-575


  Decreasing irrigation via partial root zoon drying (PRD) save water and decreased production expenses. For comparing common irrigation and PRD on tomato cv. Falcato an experiment was designed in Massey University of New Zealand. Treatments were control (irrigation in a Field capacity in each irrigation ...  Read More

Comparison of Antioxidant Properties Among Twenty-One Iranian Native Parsley Masses In Ahvaz Conditions

Z. Bearanvand; Naser Alemzadeh Ansari; M. Mosavi; A. Golpaigani

Volume 28, Issue 2 , April 2014, , Pages 236-244


  In order to study, non-enzymatic antioxidants level of carotenoid and ascorbic acid in parsley leaves of twenty-one masses were compared between the first and second harvest. Also for evaluation of enzymatic-antioxidant activity, catalase and peroxidase activity in leaves of two twenty-one masses were ...  Read More