Mostafa Valizadeh

Mostafa Valizadeh
University of Tabriz · Department of Plant Breeding and Biotechnology

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Introduction
I'm managing a research laboratory named cytogenetic at research center of Faculty of Agriculture,where several phD and MS students are working their projects ,specially with regard to enzymatic and protein analyses.Also I'm member of Academy of Science(Agricultural Branch) in Tehran and member of Promotion comity of Faculty of Agriculture and Faculty of Veterinary in University of Tabriz.
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September 1985 - May 2014
Islamic Azad University, Ardabil Branch
Position
  • invited and half time professor
Description
  • Since1985,I began a sincere collaboration with this institution,specially with plant breeding section
October 1978 - April 2015
University of Tabriz
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • Teaching Experiences: Experimental Designs in Agriculture, physiological Genetics, Molecular Genetics, Quantitative Genetics, Population Genetics in several universities,specially for postgraduate students at University of Tabriz

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Publications (274)
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Aim of study: To investigate the general response patterns of the borage plant to water fluctuations from a biochemical and physiological perspective. Area of study: East Azerbaijan Province of Iran during the period 2012 and 2013. Material and methods: The study investigated the effects of irrigation (after 60, 90, 120 and 150 mm evaporation) and...
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To assess the grain yield, plant height and superoxide dismutase (Cu/Zn-SOD) activity, and its expression responses of maize to water deficit stress, a field experiment using a split-plot design based on randomized complete block design was performed with three maize hybrids, SC704, SC720 and NS640, under control and water-deficit stress condition...
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Background and objectives: Drought stress disturbs metabolic pathways in plant cells that leads to increase in reactive oxygen species (ROS) abundance. Plants have high efficient defensive system that prevents oxidative stress and can eliminate free radicals. Therefore high activity of antioxidant enzymes is essential for drought stress tolerance....
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The study was performed to determine as to whether antioxidant potential (enzymatic and non-enzymatic antioxidants) as well as some other attributes could be used as potential drought resistance markers in two maize lines (B73 and M O17). Under water deficit conditions, growth traits, relative water content (RWC), chlorophyll a, total chlorophyll a...
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Productivity of rapeseed (Brassica napus L.), the third most important oilseed crop, was reduced more than other crops under the salt stress higher than the threshold. Thus, breeding, especially at seedling stage, seems necessary. Plants under salt stress, by synthesis of essential metabolites, specific structural proteins or enzymes of metabolic p...
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The present study was carried out to determine as to whether changes in the activities of antioxidant enzymes and some other attributes could be used as drought tolerance markers in eight sunflower lines (RGK15, RGK21, RGK25, RGK26, AGK2, AGK30, AGK46, AGK330, produced at Khoy Agricultural Research Station) at the Research Station of University of...
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In order to evaluate drought stress on maize genetic structure and gene action, a field trial on the basis of randomized complete block design was carried out under field conditions during two appropriate growing seasons (2014-2015) at the Research Station of University of Tabriz. Two maize inbred lines which were B73 and MO17 used to develop six b...
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Background Overexpression of known genes encoding key phosphate (Pi)-metabolizing enzymes, such as acid phosphatases (APases), is presumed to help plants with Pi availability and absorption as they are mostly exposed to suboptimal environmental conditions for this vital element. Objectives In this study, the overexpression effect of AtPAP26, one o...
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Abstract:To assess the effect of water deficit on some traits of sunflower, 16 hybrids derived from line × tester cross of four lines and four testers were evaluated under normal irrigation and water deficit at flowering stage using randomized complete blocks design with three replications at two separate experiments. The measured traits were head...
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Background and objectives: Alfalfa with a genetic constitution of 2n=4x=32 and autotetraploid with allogamous fertilization has more genetic diversity. In fact, genetic diversity is critical for breeding selection programs to improve trait, generate new adapted cultivars. The enzymatic markers showing tetrasomic inheritance patterns can be used to...
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To study the effects of water deficit stress on three maize hybrids (SC704, SC740 and NS640), an experiment was conducted in split plot based on randomized complete block design with four replications under non-stress and water deficit stress conditions at the Agricultural Research Station of University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran, in 2013. Electrophor...
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In order to understanding proteomic basis of drought tolerance in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.), two contrasting inbred lines were subjected to drought stress during the flowering stage for two years. Proteins were extracted from leaves of well-watered and drought-treated plants by using the TCA-acetone precipitation method and analysed by two-d...
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Estimation of genetic variation is very important in breeding programs and existing of high genetic variation lead to increase the response to selection. The objective of this study was to investigate genetic variation for agronomic traits and yield components in 12 alfalfa half-sib families. Thirty five individuals of each half-sib family were gro...
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To study the effects of salinity on rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) and clear the role of K + and Na + in salt stress tolerance, an experiment was carried out in three salinity levels (0, 150 and 300 mM) and 16 genotypes with three replications under hydroponic culture system in greenhouse of university of Tabriz. Growth and physiological traits were...
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Plants reproductive phase, when grain yield and consequently farmers' investment is most in jeopardy, is considered as the most sensitive stage to drought stress. In this study, we aimed to explore the proteomic response of wheat anther at meiosis stage in a drought tolerant, Darab, and susceptible, Shiraz, wheat genotypes. Wheat plants were expose...
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A factorial experiment with three replications on the bases of randomized complete block design was conducted in 2015 at the Greenhouse of the university of Tabriz, to investigate the effects of different seed pre-treatments (Control, 1 mM GA3 and SA and polymer seed coating) on seedling emergence, chlorophyll content and plant weight of dill (Anet...
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An experiment was carried out in 2015 at the University of Tabriz, Iran, to evaluate the effects of different seed pre-treatments (Control, 1 mM GA3 and SA and polymer seed coating) on growth and yield parameters of dill (Anethum graveolens L.) under a non-saline and three saline (4, 8 and 12 dS/m NaCl) conditions. This experiment was arranged as f...
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A split plot experiment (using RCB design) with three replications was conducted during 2014-2015. In this study, different intercropping systems including sweet basil sole cropping (40 plants m-2); corn sole cropping (8 plant m-2); the additive intercropping of sweet basil (S.b) cultivars (Mubarake (M) and Italian Large Leaf (I)) + corn (20 S.b M...
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In order to evaluate the effects of osmotic stress on fresh weight, H2O2, MDA, total phenolics, total soluble proteins and response of antioxidant enzymes including superoxide dismutase (SOD), peroxidase (POX) and catalase (CAT) were mentioned. A factorial experiment was carriedout under laboratory conditions with two maize inbred lines (MO17 and B...
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Water deficit stress is a major abiotic factor that limits crop production. Hence plant Nutrition can have play-determining role in moderating the adverse effects of water deficit stress. This research was conducted as a factorial experiment based on randomized complete blocks design with zinc (Zn) at three levels (0, 10 and 20 mg Zn per kg dries s...
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The activity of antioxidant enzymes in response to cadmium-zinc interactions (Cd and Zn up to levels of 80 and 800 mg.kg-1 , respectively) in Brassica napus cv. Hyola was studied using a factorial greenhouse experiment in a randomized complete block design with three replications. Results indicate that the content of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) signif...
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This investigation wasconductingas a factorial experimentbased on randomized completeblocks design. The factors were zinc (Zn)at three levels (0,10 and20 mgZn perkgdry soil as zinc sulfate),phosphorus (P) at three levels (0,30 and60 mg P per kgdry soil as monocalcium phosphate) andsoil moisture at three levels (50-60% FC, 70-80% FC and 90-100% FC)...
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In order to evaluate the fresh weight, RWC, pigment content, total phenolics, proline and glycine betaine responses of maize inbred lines to osmotic stress, a factorial experiment was carried out under laboratory conditions with two maize inbred lines (B73 and MO17) and two osmotic stress levels induced by PEG (control and -0.6 MPa). Fresh weight s...
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Cotton boll worm "Helicoverpa armigera" is one of the most important pests in cultivated crops. Physiological understanding is one of the basic steps to control pests by chemicals and pathogens. In this study, Lipase enzyme characteristics in mid gut of cotton boll worm were studied. Studying of enzyme activity and other treatments were done by Aut...
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Seed protein profiles of 47 accessions belonging to eleven species and four tribes of grain legumes were studied, by extracting the total proteins from ten single seeds in each accession and performing SDS-Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. All eleven species were clearly recognizable from their protein banding patterns, but only Phaseolus vulgari...
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Effects of salt stress (NaCl) on fresh weight, pigment content and superoxide dismutase (SOD), peroxidase (POX), and catalase (CAT) activities in nine genotypes of pinto bean exposed to two levels of NaCl )0 and 400 mM( were studied. A factorial experiment on the basis of completely randomized design was carried out in laboratory conditions. Salini...
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Effects of salt stress (NaCl) on fresh weight, pigment content and superoxide dismutase (SOD), peroxidase (POX), and catalase (CAT) activities in nine genotypes of pinto bean exposed to two levels of NaCl )0 and 400 mM( were studied. A factorial experiment on the basis of completely randomized design was carried out in laboratory conditions. Salini...
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Physiological response of sunflower to water withholding in flowering stage was evaluated under optimum and limited irrigation in 2 years. The highest effect of drought was imposed on leaf water potential, proline content, seed yield, leaf area and shoot dry weight. Seed yield reduced as much as 40% with limited irrigation. Seed yield was reduced 4...
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Electrophoretic variation of three allozyme systems coding by seven gene loci were studied on 12 alfalfa half-sib families. Obtained from alfalfa polycross nursery performed in Faculty of Agriculture, University of Tabriz. Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis was used to evaluate the levels of genetic variations and population structure. The level of...
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To evaluate effects of water deficit on quantitative traits and some physiological traits, two experiments based on completely randomized design were carried out under field conditions. In experiment 1, plants irrigation cycle was each 5 days (normal condition) whereas in other experiment, was each 10 days. In both experiments, 22 genotypes of comm...
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To evaluate effects of water deficit on some antioxidant enzyme activities two experiments based on randomized complete block design were carried out under field conditions. In experiment one, plants irrigation cycle was each five days (normal condition) whereas in experiment two, once per 10 days (stress condition). In both experiments, 23 genotyp...
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Two experiments based on randomized complete block design were carried out under field condition. In first experiment, plants irrigation cycle was each five days (normal condition) whereas in second experiment, once per 10 days. In both experiments, 36 genotypes of common beans: white, red, pinto as well as Akhtar, Dehghan and D81083 as improved cu...
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200 نشریه زراعت د ی م ا ی ران جلد 2 ، شماره 2 ، سال 3 139 The effects of drought stress in tillering stage on glutathione reductase and ascorbate peroxidase activities of winter wheat genotypes R. Naderi Zarnaghi *1 , M. Valizadeh 1 and S. Firoozi 2 1- Department of Plant Breeding and Biotechnology, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran 2- Departm...
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Allelic diversity of low molecular weight glutenin subunit at Glu-A3, Glu-B3 and Glu-D3 loci in Iranian spring bread wheat landraces. Iranian Journal of Crop Sciences. 17 ( 1 ) :74 -87. ( In Persian ) . Baking quality is one of the most important priorities in bread wheat breeding programs. Therefore, breeding of high yielding cultivars with high...
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Salt stress is one of the most important factors limiting barley cultivation in arid and semi arid regions. Meanwhile, salt induced production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) induces the activity of some antioxidant enzymes in order to protect plants against stress condition. This study was aimed to investigate the activity of superoxide dismutase...
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Enzymatic and non-enzymatic pathways are existed within cells to eliminate reactive oxygen species. Primarily, superoxide dismutase, catalase, glutathione peroxidase and glutathione reductase have important rolls in theses pathways. Plants as well as mammalians respond to oxidative stresses by changing expression levels of these enzymes. Investigat...
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Introduction: In recent years, production techniques and equipment have been developed for conservation tillage systems that have been adopted by many farmers. With proper management, overall yield averages for conventional and reduced tillage systems are nearly identical. Sometimes, field operations can be combined by connecting two or more implem...
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Introduction: In recent years, production techniques and equipment have been developed for conservation of tillage systems that have been adopted by many farmers. With proper management, overall yield averages for conventional and reduced tillage systems are nearly identical. Sometimes, field operations can be combined by connecting two or more imp...
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Electrophoretic variation of three allozyme systems coding by seven gene loci were studied on 12 alfalfa half-sib families. Obtained from alfalfa polycross nursery performed in Faculty of Agriculture, University of Tabriz. Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis was used to evaluate the levels of genetic variations and population structure. The level of...
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In order to evaluate salt tolerance in red bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) 10 genotypes were exposed to two levels of NaCl i.e., 0 and 400 mM in laboratory conditions. Plant fresh weight, total phenolics, total soluble proteins, hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) and malondialdehyde (MDA) in leaves salt-stressed and non-stressed plants were analyzed. Electropho...
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Salinity is one of the major abiotic stresses that limit the plant productivity. In order to evaluate salt stress (NaCl) in red common bean, a factorial experiment was carried out on the basis of completely randomized design with two replications. All genotypes were exposed to two levels of NaCl (0 and 400 mM) in laboratory conditions. Seedling fre...
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Studying the digestive enzymes of true bugs is important in understanding the physiology of the digestive system and manner of injury to plants by these insects. In this study, the salivary α-amylase activity of the adults and nymphs was measured by using a special diagnostic kit and an autoanalyzer. Protein concentrations in all enzyme samples wer...
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In this study the effect of salt stress on banding patterns of superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase (CAT) and peroxidase (POX) in 18 genotypes of white common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) were examined under two levels of NaCl (0 and 400 mM) stress. For each isozymic band the “density × area” scores on gels were evaluated by MCID software and consi...
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In order to study of the cause and effect relationship among some morphological and agronomic traits of 19 populations of fennel (Foeniculum vulgare Mill.), an experiment was conducted based on randomized complete block design with 3 replications in 2012 at the. Correlation coefficients showed that grain yield had a positive correlation with number...
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For evaluation of genetic diversity among improved alfalfa varieties and Iranian landraces,12 populations including five improved varieties (Kaysari, Kadi, Ranger, Mesmir, Seariver) and seven andraces(Gharayonge, Amozeyeynadin, Rhahmani, Tazekand, Shazand, Hamedani, Yazdi) were evaluated using agronomic traits and enzyme markers.Thirty-five individ...
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The C-banded karyotype of Henrardia persica (2n=2x=14), an annual self-pollinated grass species was studied in two natural populations using ace-to-iron-hematoxilin staining and C-banding technique. It was revealed that the karyotype of this species is asymmetric and consists of 4 pairs of sub-acrocentric and 3 pairs of acrocentric chromosomes. One...
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ABSTRACT Evaluation of the genetic diversity present within species is essential for conservation, management and utilization of the genetic resources. The objective of this study was to evaluate genetic variability of 70 common bean genotypes for seed storage proteins, grain morphological characteristics and agronomic traits. Two methods of extr...
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Today, most scientists have accepted that cultivated barley was originated from wild-type barley, Hordeum spontaneum. By the way, this is unclear whether domestication processes just occurred in Fertile Crescent or simultaneously in different areas all over the world. Additionally, there are disagreements in relation to center or main diversity cen...
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Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare Mill.) is one of the most important medicinal plants. It has a variety of secondary metabolites which are used in treatment of heart, nerves, digestive disorders and particularly alzheimer's disease. In this research, the genetic diversity of fifteen Iranian populations and four foreign populations of fennel from Germany...
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To achieve a repeatable tissue culture system is the first successful step in the genetic engineering of plants. For obtaining this objective in this study potential of coleoptile explant and tow genotype for regeneration were examined. Effect of different treatments on callus induction and regeneration from coleoptile explant was investigated. Sig...
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Cereal Research, Vol. 4, No. 3, 2014 (185 Abstract Drought stress is one of the main stresses that inhibit the growth of plants. In this research, the effect of drought stress was studied on the activity of CAT, SOD and POX enzymes in three groups of drought sensitive, intermediate and tolerant winter wheat at tillering stage under normal irrig...
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Abstract Drought stress is one of the main stresses that inhibit the growth of plants. In this research, the effect of drought stress was studied on the activity of CAT, SOD and POX enzymes in three groups of drought sensitive, intermediate and tolerant winter wheat at tillering stage under normal irrigation (90% FC), mild drought stress (60% F...
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Abstract Proteolysis of wheat gluten proteins during fermentation of dough by sourdough lactic acid bacteria strongly affects the quality of the corresponding bread. In this study, effect of biological as well as chemical acidification on electrophoretic pattern of wheat gluten protein was investigated. Low and high extraction rate wheat flours...
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The present study was conducted to evaluate the combined effects of soil moisture as well as phosphorus (P) and zinc (Zn) levels on the growth attributes of potato (Solanum tuberosum L. cv. Agria). The investigation was arranged as a factorial one based upon randomized complete blocks design with Zn at three levels (0, 10 and 20mg Zn per kg of dry...