Mohammad Moghaddam

Mohammad Moghaddam
University of Tabriz · Department of Plant Breeding and Biotechnology

Doctor of Philosophy

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Supp. Fig. S4. Heat-map and two-dimensional dendrogram of 24 wheat genotypes for zinc, germination and grain yield traits in zinc free condition. Dendrograms illustrate the relation between genotypes (rows) and traits (columns) using different color shades based on z-score. G-Zinc, E-Zinc, GY, MTG, GS, GV and GE represent vectors of grain zinc conc...
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Fig. S1. Differences between genotypes in terms of grain zinc concentration: (a) RIL-55 and (b) Roshan. Redder parts represent higher zinc concentration.
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Supp.Fig. S2. The difference in terms of germination properties in the RIL-11 from two different zinc conditions. (a) represents seed germination of the RIL-11 four days from start of germination in free zinc condition (Control) and (b) represents seed germination of the RIL-11 four days after the start of germination in foliar zinc application con...
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Supp.Fig. S3. Heat-map and two-dimensional dendrogram of 16 wheat genotypes and 8 RILs for zinc, germination and grain yield traits in application of zinc treatment. Dendrograms illustrate the relation between genotypes (rows) and traits (columns) using different color shades based on z-scores. The color and intensity of the boxes represent trait c...
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Salinity is a crucial limiting factor behind crop production in the world. Understanding the mechanisms of salinity-stress response could contribute to the improvement of salt tolerance in plants. We assessed the effect of salinity treatment (0, 100 and 200 mM), 24 h, 3 days, and 3 weeks after salt exposure on morphological characters and gene expr...
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Wheat is the most important staple food that acts as a primary source of dietary calories, protein and most of the bioavailable micronutrients such as iron (Fe) and zinc (Zn) for the world’s population. Understanding genetic control of micronutrients uptake is necessary for development of good quality wheat genotypes. To study the nature of inherit...
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Background Salinity is a major abiotic stress that limits plant growth and development. Salinity affects several physiological and biochemical characteristics adversely, which results in oxidative stress in plant species. Plants change the protein pattern to cope with salinity stress. The identified salt-responsive proteins in alfalfa are involved...
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To study the inheritance of several agronomic and physiological traits, an experiment was conducted in the research station of the University of Tabriz, Iran, under water deficit stress and normal conditions using the generation mean and generation variance analyses. The generations were produced from the cross of Arg and Moghan3 varieties. The exp...
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This investigation was carried out to study the effect of water deficit stress on leaf proteome pattern and agronomic and physiological characteristics of two spring bread wheat varieties (Arg and Moghan3) with contrasting responses to drought stress. For this purpose, an experiment was conducted as a 2 × 2 factorial arranged as the randomized comp...
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Human malnutrition associated with zinc deficiency is a growing problem in many areas. This study was conducted to assess wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genotypic variation of grain zinc (Zn) concentration, grain germination and grain yield in response to foliar application of zinc. Twenty‐four wheat genotypes including several recombinant inbred lin...
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Study of heritability and gene action to improve agronomic and physiological traits, especially under drought stress conditions, are very important. The objectives of this study were to investigate heritability for important agronomic traits and some physiological characters in a cross between two spring wheat cultivars. The experiment was carried...
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Background and Objectives Determination of genetic diversity level is fundamental for identification of desirable parents to be used in different breeding programs, and molecular markers have been succssfully taken for the analysis of genetic diversity in various crops. The objective of this study was to inversitgate genetic diversity among 28 gen...
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Premise of the Study: In crop breeding programs, breeders use yield performance in optimal and stressful environments as key indicator for screening the most tolerant genotypes. Over four decades, several yield-based indices have been suggested for evaluating stress tolerance in crops. Despite the well-established use of these indices in agronomy a...
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Knowledge about the type of gene action involved in the expression of a trait is essential for conducting a proper breeding program. In this investigation the inheritance of grain yield and twelve important agronomic traits of wheat was studied through generations mean analysis. The experiment was carried out in the experimental station of Faculty...
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Einkorn wheat is known as the donor of ‘A’ genome to cultivated wheat and source of many important genes. Therefore, genetic erosion in cultivated wheat provides a good reason to investigate genetic diversity in these species. In the present study, genetic diversity of 14 populations of Triticum urartu and Triticum boeoticum collected from west and...
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Comparative physiological and proteomic analyses of two wheat cultivars Arg (resistant to drought), Arta (sensitive to drought) and four F6 lines (B1, B2, W1, W2) derived from their crossbreed lead us to discriminate the Arg, B1 and B2 lines to be resistant toward strong leaf water deficit. Proteins belonging to carbon metabolism, photosynthesis an...
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Abstract In order to study the effect of water deficit stress on wheat an experiment was conducted as split plot design using randomized complete blocks with two replications during 2015-2016 in the research station of University of Tabriz, Iran. The main plots included two irrigation regimes (normal irrigation and water withhold at the pollination...
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Appropriate selection of parents for breeding purposes needs sufficient knowledge about genetic diversity and germplasm classification. In this regard an investigation was carried out in order to study the genetic variation of 39 winter barley genotypes using agronomic traits in a randomized complete block design with two replications in the resear...
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Molecular markers have been successfully used for the analysis of genetic diversity in crop plants. In this study, genetic diversity among 45 genotypes of barley was studied using nine ISSR primers. A total of 438 polymorphic bands with 80-3000 bp were produced. The polymorphic information content ranged from 0.121 for ISSR7 and 0.227 for ISSR2 wit...
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Major advancement in canola breeding depends on heterotic hybrids that require high general combining ability (GCA) and specific combining ability (SCA) inbred lines. In order to estimate heritability, gene action type, GCA, SCA and heterosis and to identify superior hybrids with wider adaptation to cold, one hundred canola hybrids were produced by...
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The two-spotted spider mite, Tetranychus urticae Koch, is one of the most economically important pests on a wide range of crops around the world. Consumption rate and functional responses of all larval stages, male and female of Stethorus gilvifrons (Mulsant) and Orius albidipennis (Rueter) to the varying densities of eggs, protonymphs and females...
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The knowledge about genetic diversity in the wild relatives of wheat provides useful information for breeding programs and gene pool management. In the present study, an assessment of agro-morphological diversity and molecular variability among 70 accessions of Triticum, belonging to T. boeoticum, T. urartu, T. durum and T. aestivum species, col...
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Barley is the most salt tolerant cereal and is grown in a wide range of climatic conditions. To improve the plant tolerance to salinity‚ expression analysis of genes involved in stress tolerance could be effective in identification and development of tolerant genotypes. In this study, for evaluation of salinity effect on expression of HvTIP2;3 and...
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A new mechanical innovation is described to deal with standard labelling of dried specimens on triangular cards and/or pinned specimens in personal and public collections. It works quickly, precisely, and easily and is very useful for maintaining label uniformity in collections. The tools accurately sets the position of labels in the shortest possi...
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We assessed the molecular genetic diversity and relationships among some Aegilops and Triticum species using 15 start codon-targeted (SCoT) polymorphism markers. A total of 166 bands amplified, of which 164 (98.79%) were polymorphic. Analysis of molecular variance and inter-population differentiation (Gst) indicated high genetic variation within th...
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In this study, a core collection of 180 Aegilops and Triticum accessions belonging to six diploid (T. boeoticum Bioss., T. urartu Gandilyan., Ae. speltoides Tausch., Ae. tauschii Coss., Ae. caudata L. and Ae. umbellulata Zhuk.), five tetraploid (T. durum, Ae. neglecta Req. ex Bertol., Ae. cylindrica Host. and Ae. crassa Boiss) and one hexaploid (...
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Wild progenitors of common wheat are a potential source of tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses. We conducted a glasshouse pot experiment to study genotypic differences in response to drought stress in a collection of 180 accessions of Aegilops and Triticum along with one tolerant and one sensitive control variety. Several physiological traits...
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Genetic erosion in cultivated wheat provides a good reason for studying genetic diversity in crop wild relatives. In the present study, genetic diversity of 32 accessions belonging to T. boeoticum species collected from different parts of Iran were evaluated using 13 morphological traits as well as 10 inter-simple sequence repeat (ISSR) primers. St...
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The genus of Aegilops is an important wild relative of common wheat, and the species in this genus have a key role in hexaploid wheat evolution and they are the donor of D and B genomes, directly and indirectly. To assess the agro-morphological variation in Iranian Aegilops species, 109 accessions belonging to 8 species collected from different are...
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Dehulling of chickpea is an important process for preparing value-added products. To improve the dehulling characteristics, a tangential abrasive dehulling device (TADD) was used to investigate the effect of the rotational speed and grit size of the abrasive disk, microwave exposure and retention time on the dehulling behavior of chickpea grain. Re...
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Salinity tolerance is a genetically and physiologically complex trait, controlled by Quantitative Trait Loci (QTLs). In order to map the QTLs associated with agronomic and physiological traits, 149 doubled haploid lines derived from a cross between Clipper (salt susceptible) and Sahara 3771 (salt tolerant) barley genotypes were evaluated under natu...
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Lallemantia iberica is an annual herb of the Lamiaceae family known for its stimulant, diuretic, and expectorant effects in Iranian folk medicine. The present study was conducted at a field experiment in 2015 to comparison of yield and some traits of 49 common ecotypes of Lallemantia. The experiment was arranged as square lattice design (7×7) with...
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The two einkorn wheats, Triticum boeoticum and Triticum urartu, that known as 'A' genome donor to cultivated wheat are the main elements of many wheat breeding programs. In order to analyze association of IRAP and REMAP markers with some morphological traits, 44 genotypes of T. urartu and 76 genotypes of T. boeoticum from west and northwest of Iran...
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The two einkorn wheats, Triticum boeoticum and Triticum urartu, that known as 'A' genome donor to cultivated wheat are the main elements of many wheat breeding programs. In order to analyze association of IRAP and REMAP markers with some morphological traits, 44 genotypes of T. urartu and 76 genotypes of T. boeoticum from west and northwest of Iran...
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The two einkorn wheats, Triticum boeoticum and Triticum urartu, that known as 'A' genome donor to cultivated wheat are the main elements of many wheat breeding programs. In order to analyze association of IRAP and REMAP markers with some morphological traits, 44 genotypes of T. urartu and 76 genotypes of T. boeoticum from west and northwest of Iran...
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The two einkorn wheats, Triticum boeoticum and Triticum urartu, that known as 'A' genome donor to cultivated wheat are the main elements of many wheat breeding programs. In order to analyze association of IRAP and REMAP markers with some morphological traits, 44 genotypes of T. urartu and 76 genotypes of T. boeoticum from west and northwest of Iran...
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In order to evaluate the heritability of agro-morphological characters as well as study of relationship between genetic diversity with geographical factors in Einkorn wild wheat populations (41 accessions consist of 33 accessions of T. boeoticum and 8 accessions of T. urartu species), an experiment was conducted with a randomized complete block des...
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Population structure and linkage disequilibrium (LD) were investigated in a set of 395 bread wheat landraces including 154 spring, 193 winter, two facultative wheat and 46 unknown growth type collected from different geographical regions of Iran. A total of 53 microsatellite markers distributed in three genomes of wheat were assayed for polymorphis...
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Barley is the most salt-tolerant cereal and is grown in a wide range of climatic conditions. To improve the plant tolerance to salinity‚ expression analysis of genes involved in stress tolerance could be effective in the identification and development of tolerant genotypes. In this study, for evaluation of salinity effect on the expression of HvTIP...
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Malnutrition caused by zinc micronutrient deficiency has become one of the growing problems of developing countries. Using varieties which have high uptake efficiency for this trace element is one of the methods to solve this problem. Two separate trials (with and without zinc foliar application) were conducted in the form of randomized complete bl...
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In order to study of diversity and classify agro-morphological characters under normal irrigation and drought stress in spring wheat cultivars, 20 cultivars were evaluated in the research farm of University of Tabriz, Iran. According to the results, significant correlation was found between grain yield and number of spikes per plant, number of till...
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In order to study of diversity and classify agro-morphological characters under normal irrigation and drought stress in spring wheat cultivars, 20 cultivars were evaluated in the research farm of University of Tabriz, Iran. According to the results, significant correlation was found between grain yield and number of spikes per plant, number of till...
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In order to estimate the level of genetic diversity of 70 Iranian barley genotypes, commercial varieties and improved breeding lines, 100 microsatellite primers were employed. Genomic DNA was extracted from fresh leaves and amplification reactions were done by PCR. The amplification products were separated on 6% denaturing polyacrylamide gel. Seven...