Bahman Fazeli-Nasab

Bahman Fazeli-Nasab
University of Zabol · Center for Agricultural Research

Biotechnology
Molecular Biotechnology, Anti-oxidative Metabolism, Plant Tissue Culture, Proteomics, Bioinformatics, Gene expression

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Introduction
I am interest to Molecular Biotechnology, Anti-oxidative Metabolism, Plant Tissue Culture, Proteomics, Bioinformatics, gene expression and molecular marker
Additional affiliations
January 2017 - September 2017
University of Zabol
Position
  • Faculty Scientific Member
February 2012 - February 2020
University of Zabol
Position
  • center of agricultural biotechnology
September 2002 - September 2004
University of Tehran
Position
  • M.Sc
Education
September 2018 - May 2022
Ferdowsi University Of Mashhad
Field of study
  • biotechnology
April 2004 - March 2007
University of Tehran
Field of study
  • Plant medicinal Biotechnology

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Publications (146)
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Plants have their microbiomes that live on the surface or within them. Microbiomes coexist with plants, play a key role in Nature's food cycle, and help assimilate nutrients; they play an important role in improving crops; protecting against heat, drought, and pathogenic organisms; and conserving endangered species. The rhizosphere that exists arou...
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Sustainable agriculture is defined as appropriate management of agricultural resources in order to meet the changing needs of human, without harming natural resources. Management using sustainable energy contributes significantly to environmental sustainability, soil fertility, microorganism conservation, and reducing the use of chemical fertilizer...
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The rhizosphere is the area around the plant root where a large population of microorganisms lives under the influence of chemicals secreted by plant roots. The chemicals released from plant roots are affected by plant species, soil factors, and climatic conditions, all of which together with the microbial population make the rhizosphere. The archi...
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Background: Nowadays, despite the existence of genomics and proteomics, numerous genes and proteins have been discovered; however, the function and role of most of them are still unknown. Using bioinformatics tools can be a major step in the identification of these proteins. Methods: This study used various bioinformatics software to identify the u...
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Background: Contamination of tissue culture medium is a common problem that causes the loss of some or all cultures. Despite all measures taken in tissue culture laboratories to prevent culture contamination, bacterial and fungi contamination is still a significant problem under in vitro culture. Achieving a suitable method for controlling the cont...
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Many plants, including anise, have tiny, non-uniform seeds with low and light nutrient reserves. The seeds also show a weak establishment, especially under stressful conditions where their accurate planting in the soil and optimal yield are tough. This study sought to improve anise seeds' physical and physiological characteristics under drought str...
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Many plants, including anise, have tiny, non-uniform seeds with low and light nutrient reserves. The seeds also show a weak establishment, especially under stressful conditions where their accurate planting in the soil and optimal yield are tough. This study sought to improve anise seeds' physical and physiological characteristics under drought str...
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The seeds of most medicinal plants have a variety of dormancy. Therefore, it is necessary to know the effective methods of breaking the seed dormancy for their production and cultivation. In this study, to determine the best method of breaking dormancy and increasing the germination percentage of tattoo seeds, various factors have been investigated...
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: Some plants, including Scrophularia striata, have traditionally been used among people of the Zagros region for infection and wound healing. Therefore, the purpose of this research was to investigate the therapeutic and healing effects of S. striata with an emphasis on oxidative stress and gastric ulcer treatment. Antirrhinum majus, with a local...
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The global burden of cancer is increasing due to aging, population growth, poor nutrition, inadequate exercise, as well as high-risk behaviors such as smoking and alcohol consumption. According to the World Health Organization, in 2008, the ASR (Age Standardized Rate) of cancers of both sexes (according to the global reference population) in Iran i...
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Diseases caused by various drug-resistant strains in plants are increasing in many countries of the world, so many efforts have been made to find new compounds as a suitable alternative to chemical drugs and pesticides. In this study, the antimicrobial effect of essential oils and ethanolic extracts of 10 medicinal plants were investigated on Ratha...
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Formation of biofilm is one of the major protective mechanisms of survival of microbes under stressed conditions. It is regulated by the quorum sensing (QS) and phenazine (phz) gene. The phenolic and iron chelators compounds negatively impacts the biofilm formation. They exert anti-QS activity and disrupt biofilm forming genes. Mutations in oprD ge...
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Recently, mathematical modeling and computer expertise are advancing hastily. Their progression has been smooth sailing. The advancements have expedited and speeded up our scientific analyses. Hence, it is fruitful and essential to take advantage of the opportunities. Leaf area is among the most important plant properties which are directly related...
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Cantaloupe (Cucumis melo L.) landraces have highly genetic diversity so that it is important to evaluate such distances for future breeding projects. Internal transcribed spacer regions (ITS1 and ITS4 regions) capability was used to evaluate genetic diversity of cantaloupe landraces and to identity genetic diversity among cantaloupe landraces. Afte...
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An experiment was conducted in 2019 at the Biotechnology Research Institute, University of Zabol, to evaluate the allelopathic influence of aqueous extract of mallow (Malva sylvestris) weed on the germination characteristics of wheat (Triticum aestivum) Hamoon cultivar. With three replications, the experiment was carried out in a completely rand...
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About Journal Cellular and Molecular Biology publishes original articles, reviews, short communications, methods, meta-analysis notes, letters to editor and comments in the interdisciplinary science of Cellular and Molecular Biology linking and integrating molecular biology, biophysics, biochemistry, enzymology, physiology and biotechnology in a d...
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Wheat is a widely cultivated crop and it is one of the major food sources worldwide. Among the various tools used to study diversity of wheat species, the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) assessment emerges to be the more appropriate approach. In the present study, we evaluated 15 genotypes of Iranian wheat cultivars (wild, native, and breed) usin...
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Introduction: Phenolic compounds and flavonoids have several biological properties, such as antioxidant properties, trapping free radicals, and anti-inflammatory properties. Different solvents have different capabilities in extracting phenolic materials and antioxidant properties. This study aimed to investigate and compare the different plants in...
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Proper usage of useful microbes in seeds or soil is necessary for their better effectiveness and function. Various methods like application in soil, inoculation with seeds, foliar spraying, and seed coating are also used. However, increasing concern on microbial viability at seed levels reveals that doing research on potential methods that guarante...
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Background: Continuous and indiscriminate use of chemical drugs causes an important phenomenon of resistance to microorganisms. Accordingly, the effect of medications is minimized or offset, increasing drug use and the need to study mixtures with more latest and powerful formulations. On the other hand, it has been reported that many plants essenti...
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In today’s world, there are other important problems, such as climate change and environmental problems and the loss of genetic resources, in addition to the issue of human societies supplying food and creating more food. One of the reasons being the improper use of chemical products in agriculture (such as pesticides and chemical fertilizers, etc....
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Background: The use of plant extracts prepared from medicinal plants is common in the developing countries. Meanwhile, due to the resistance of microorganisms to antibiotics, researchers are looking to discover new antimicrobials. Medicinal plants play an essential role in this regard. Objectives: This study was aimed at investigating the antimicro...
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In recent years, environmental concerns and food safety in developing countries are the most important issues. Pesticides are vastly utilized in farming to improve crop production and quality and to reduce energy costs. These pesticides are biodegradable chemical compounds that are generally applied in farming to control pests and promote agric...
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Cellular, Molecular and Biomedical Reports Abbreviation: Cell. Mol. Biomed. Rep. CODEN: CMBR Cellular, Molecular and Biomedical Reports was launched by Global Sciences in 2021. This double peer-reviewed and indexed journal aim to provide a platform for researchers around the world to share their latest findings in all fields of Cellular, Molecul...
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Background: Mycobacterium is a genus of Actinobacteriaceae and the Mycobacterium family, including important pathogens, such as Mycobacterium tuberculosis (i.e., the cause of tuberculosis) and Mycobacterium leprae (i.e., the cause of leprosy). Tuberculosis is still a major cause of death in human societies. Objectives: The current study aimed to ev...
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Background: Because many plant extracts have a significant inhibitory effect on pathogenic microorganisms, so we aimed to evaluate the antioxidant and antimicrobial activity of some plant extracts on Bacillus cereus isolated from soil. Methods: The chicory (Cichorium intybus L.), hyacinth (Hypericum perforatum L.), lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)...
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Background: One of the most common gastrointestinal infections is Helicobacter pylori infection, which leads to gastritis, gastrointestinal ulcers, and eventually stomach cancer. Many chemical drugs are used to eradicate this bacterium; however, resistance to many drugs and recurrence of infection are some treatment problems. Among these, the role...
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Ajowan (Carum copticum L.) is a plant in the umbellifer family Apiaceae containing thymol, parasiman, and alpha-pinene, carvacrol, which has antimicrobial and fungicidal properties. Polyploidy induction, one of the herbal remediation methods, is used to increase the production of secondary metabolites by using mutagenic chemicals. To investigate th...
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Background: This study was done to investigate the antimicrobial activity of rosemary and olive extracts on antibiotic-resistant Escherichia coli isolated from quail feces in Zabol city. Methods: Ethanolic and methanolic extracts of rosemary (leaf) and olive (leaf) plants were prepared using a rotary apparatus. Also, E. coli strains were isolated f...
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Objectives: This study aimed to investigate the inhibitory and lethal effect of artichoke on pathogenic strains of Staphylococcus aureus and compare it with antibiotics in vitro. Methods: Ten strains of S. aureus were isolated from the vagina of women in Amir Al-Momenin Hospital of Zabol, Iran. The resistance pattern was determined by the disk diff...
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In biopriming, beneficial microorganisms or biological control factors are employed in roots or seeds that improve plant growth or disease control through various mechanisms, including the production of plant hormones, antibiotics, or enzymes. Trichoderma spp. produce regulatory growth factors that increase germination speed and dry weight of stems...
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Background: Continuous and indiscriminate use of chemical drugs causes resistance to microorganisms, which in turn weakens the effect of drugs. This adverse event is associated with an increased number of drugs used by patients and the tendency to use compounds with newer and stronger formulations. Furthermore, the essential oils of several plants...
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The most important inhibitors used in bronze disease are BTA and AMT. While these inhibitors control corrosion, they are toxic and cancerous. In this study, the acacia fruit extract (200 ppm to 1800 ppm) was used to the prevention of corrosion inhibition of bronze alloy in corrosive sodium chloride solution 0.5 M, for 4 weeks consecutively. The Bro...
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Introduction: Some plants, such as Scrophularia striata, has been traditionally used for the treatment of infection and ulcer among people living in Zagros District. Previous studies revealed the beneficial effect of hydroalcoholic and water extract of Scrophularia striata on ethanolic induced oxidative stress and stomach ulcer in rats. This study...
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Objective. Vaccinium genus plants have medicinal value, of which Vaccinium arctostaphylos (Caucasian whortleberry or Qare-Qat in the local language) is the only available species in Iran. Public tendency to use herbal remedies and natural products such as synthesized nanoparticles is increasing due to the proof of the destructive side effects of ch...
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Natural substances obtained from medicinal plants (MPs) and their plant extract (PEs) are used for the treatment of a lot of diseases in human pathology as well as plant pathology. So, it is importance to understand a golden relationship between man and his environment. The research work and application of MPs and PEs in the treatment of human and...
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Globally, nematodes are the most abundant multicellular creatures. The nematodes that are of animal parasitic in nature may reach up to 2 mm in length while nematodes that are free-living in nature can be as extended up to 5 cm. Furthermore, many nematodes are dangerous for agriculture and subsequently lead to decrease in yield of many crops like s...
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The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of thyme, peppermint, cumin, dill, and fennel essential oils on Escherichia coli isolated from poultry feces. The essential oil of the plants used was obtained with a Clevenger Apparatus. Escherichia coli strains were isolated from poultry feces, isolated, and finally the minimum inhibitory con...
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Background: Escherichia coli (Gram-negative bacilli) inflicts large economic losses on the poultry industry and is one of the most important causes of poultry diseases. The indiscriminate use of antibiotics has contributed to today's increasing prevalence of drug-resistant strains, which their emergence appears to exceed the discovery of new drugs....
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Introduction: Coronaviruses are animal-derived enveloped viruses that in addition to respiratory and digestive diseases have also been found in neurological diseases, some of which have caused nephritis or have been observed in patients with Multiple Sclerosis and mouse hepatitis. However, in general, the most important effect of coronaviruses is o...
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Background: Testis-specific protein on Y chromosome (TSPY) is the output of a tandem gene cluster. TSPY expression has been observed in gonadoblastoma and numerous distinct kinds of germ cell tumors, such as carcinoma in situ/intratubular germ cell neoplasia, seminoma, and extragonadal intracranial germ cell tumors (GCT). Myrtus communis extract ri...
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Background: The phenomenon of bronze disease is considered as the most important factor in the destruction of bronze objects. Different methods have been proposed to deal with it. The most important inhibitors used in this regard are BTA and AMT. While these inhibitors control the corrosion, they are toxic and cancerous. In ideal conditions, these...
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In order to examine the role of the wdhn5 regulatory factor and its expression pattern as well as the physiological characteristics during drought stress in wheat plant, a factorial experiment was carried out in completely randomized design in pot with three genotypes. First factor was the wheat genotypes including two hexaploide cultivars (Bolani,...
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Aims and Scope Journal of Plant Bioinformatics and Biotechnology is an international journal open to papers of merit dealing with basic research in Plant Bioinformatics and Biotechnology. Each manuscript submitted to Journal of Plant Bioinformatics and Biotechnology must be an original research report that has not been submitted elsewhere, other t...
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A long time has passed since the first experience of In Vitro propagation of olive, but the presence of very strong end dominance in the neoplasm stage, which cannot be controlled by various cytokinin treatments, has limited the possibility of propagation in vitro. Therefore, the aim of the present study was to evaluate the micro-propagation feasib...
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Background: The exceptional properties of the silver nanoparticles play an important role in nanoscience and nanotechnology, particularly in nanomedicine and also offer several applications in the biomedicine field. The development of antibacterials which are clinically useful against bacteria and drug resistant microorganisms, it is one of the mai...
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Since rbcl gene and protein, as well as internal transcribed spacer (ITS1,4) regions, have not been used in the evaluation of Malva sylvestris L., this study was aimed to assess different Iranian Malva sylvestris L. genotypes by evaluation of morphological and phytochemical traits, along with rbcl and ITS1,4 gene sequences. Furthermore, three-dimen...
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Mango is one of the most important tropical fruits in the world. It has many phenolic compounds, flavonoids, and antioxidants. Therefore, 29 genotypes of native mangoes in different regions of in southern of Iran (Kerman and Hormozgan) were collected and evaluated based on the amount of antioxidant, phenolic and flavonoid compounds in the laborator...
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Throughout human history, many infectious diseases have traditionally been treated with herbal medicines, so today, in many developing countries, herbal medicines play a major role in early treatment. The purpose of this study was to investigate antimicrobial effects of ethanol, methanol, ethyl acetate Citrullus colocynthis (Fruit) and Teucrium pol...
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Background: The phenomenon of bronze disease is considered as the most important factor in the destruction of bronze objects. Different methods have been proposed to cope with it. The most important inhibitors used in this regard are BTA and AMT. While these inhibitors control the corrosion, they are toxic and cancerous. In the ideal conditions, th...
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Background: The phenomenon of bronze disease is considered as the most important factor in the destruction of bronze objects. Different methods have been proposed to cope with it. The most important inhibitors used in this regard are BTA and AMT(5-ami- no-2-mercapto-1,3,4-thiadiazole). While these inhibitors control the corrosion, they are toxic an...
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Background: This study considered the increasing resistance of bacteria to antibiotics and the presence of antibacterial agents in plants. Objectives: The aim of this study was studying the antimicrobial and antibiofilm activity of Tecomella undulata and Momordica charantia ethanol and aceton leaf extract on antibiotic resistance Acinetobacter baum...
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Nanoparticles (NPs) are extremely small units occurring at the scale of nanometers (nm) which have been synthesized from both chemical and natural sources. The applicability of these particles has expanded over the past decade so that thousands of useful applications are now attributed to these remarkable particles. The impact of nanotechnology on...
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The aim of this study was to evaluate effect of foliar application of titanium dioxide nanoparticles on quantitative traits and essential oil, thymol and carvacrol percent of thyme under different levels of water stress. Factorial experiment was used based on a completely randomized design with four replications. Factors included water stress (50,...
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Objective Lettuce is among one of the oldest vegetables in the world originally lodge in India and Central Asia. This study aims to evaluate the genetic diversity of fifteen lettuce genotypes by using the rbcl gene and protein sequences. Material and Methods Using sequencing method, the rbcl gene sequence of of fifteen lettuce were sequenced. Chrom...
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Mango (Mangifera indica) is one of the most important tropical fruits in the world. Twenty-two genotypes of native mangoes from different regions of southern Iran (Hormozgan and Kerman) were collected and analyzed for the ribosomal genes. GC content was found to be 55.5%. Fu and Li’s D* test statistic (0.437), Fu and Li’s F* test statistic (0.500)...
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Introduction: Nowadays, different solvents are used to extract plant antioxidants. Each solvent has a special ability to extract antioxidants materials. Accordingly, in this research, some medicinal herbs were collected from different vegetation zones of Iran and evaluated based on the majority of useful solvents. The best solvent for the extractio...
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A large number of studies have indicated that salinity stress and saline soils are cruel environmental limiting factors that retard the growth of crop plants. Present scenario of climate change will further increase the border of the area affected by saline soils, and therefore this phenomenon will threaten the productivity of crops leading to depl...
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Many studies have been done on various properties of dust and one of the most important characteristics of dust is the ability to carry different microorganisms from the source points. The aim of this study was to investigate the bacterial and fungal community of dust and to identify its dominance species in a single event of intense dust storm, in...
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Background and objectives: Fennel or green badian is one the oldest medicinal plants of Iran, with its different parts are used in drugs, cosmetic and traditional medicine industries. Elicitors' application increases the yield and secondary metabolites production in medicinal plants. Considering the increasing demand and the economic importance of...
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Radish belonging to the Brassicaceae family, contains some componds such as cineol, malvin Chloride, Sapogenin, Sulforaphane and Raphanin and has many therapeutic properties. In this study, IRAP retrotransposon marker was used for evaluation of genetic diversity in seven commercial and native populations of Radish herb. The least number of bands ()...
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Article type: Research Article Background: Ephedra sinica Stapf (Ephedraceae) is one of the most important plants in traditional medicine and medicinally important as the botanical origin of crude drugs. The main active constituents of Ephedra sinica are the unique and taxonomically restricted adrenergic agonist's phenylpropylamino alkaloids, also...
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Article type: Research Article Background: Saffron is an interesting minor spice with a food coloring history and its active components have shown several useful pharmacological effects such as antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, antitumor, radical scavenger effects, learning and memory-improving effects, anti-Alzheimer, antipruritic, etc. Because o...
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In this research were used 36 REMAP marker to evaluation of genetic diversity among radish population. Minimum allele (6) were produced by UBC825-Ltr2, UBC815-Ltr1 and UBC815-Ltr20 primers and maximum (17) by UBC848-Ltr3 primer with average 10.04. The highest diversity index (0.41) among remap primers was belong to UBC848-Ltr2 primer and the lowest...
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To evaluate genetic diversity between Sistan common wheat cultivars, it was used 10 SSRs primers associated to stem, leaf and yellow rusts resistance genes. The lowest (3) and highest (7) allele number were generated by 12C, SCS719 and Xgdm116 primers and Xgwm443 primer, respectively (4.55 allele per each primer). The highest genetic diversity (0.3...