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Articles by Ahmad Ghanbari
Total Records ( 4 ) for Ahmad Ghanbari
  Shahram Bahrami , Mohammad Reza Bihamta , Mohammad Salari , Mahmoud Soluki , Ahmad Ghanbari , Abbass Ali Vahabi Sadehi and Ali Kazemipour
  In order to evaluate the stability, the adaptation and the highest yield, 20 hulless barley genotypes were tested in a thrice replicated randomized complete block design at six locations for two seasons, 2002-2004 in Iran. Simple and Compound analyses of variances indicated significant differences among genotypes. Determining the stability of genotypes, various analyses was RUN: environmental coefficient of variation, Eberhart and Russell`s, Finlay and Wilkinson`s and Perkins and Jinks`s regression methods, equivalence of Wrick, stability variance of Shukla, Lin and Binn`s years within location mean squares method, the years within location environmental coefficient of variation, the average and deviation from rank and yield index ratio. Based on the results, ICN93-328 and Aleli/4/mola2 were stable genotypes and Gloria was for lower yielding areas.
  Abbas Ali Vahabi Sedehi , Mahmood Solooki , Ahmad Arzani , Ahmad Ghanbari , Asefeh Lotfi , Abbas Ali Imamjomeh and Shahram Bahrami
  This study was carried out to evaluate morphological traits of the grass pea landraces using a randomized complete block design with 3 replications at Research Farm of Isfahan University of Technology and evaluation genetic diversity of 20 grass pea landraces from various locations in Iran were investigated using 32 RAPD and ISJ primers at Institute of Agriculture of Biotechnology of University of Zabol. Analysis of variance indicated a highly significant differences among 20 grass pea landrace for the morphological traits. Average of polymorphism percentage of RAPD primer was 73.9%. Among used primer, 12 random primers showed polymorphism and a total of 56 different bands were observed in the genotypes. Jafar-Abad and Sar-Chahan genotypes with similarity coefficient of 66% and Khoram-Abad 2 and Khoram-Abad 7 genotypes with similarity coefficient of 3% were the most related and the most distinct genotypes, respectively. Fourteen primers out of 17 semi random primers produced 70 polymorphic bands which included 56% of the total 126 produced bands. Genetic relatedness among population was investigated using Jacard coefficient and Unweighted Pair Group Mean Analysis (UPGMA) algorithm. The result of this research verified possibility of use of RAPD and ISJ markers for estimation of genetic diversity, management of genetic resources and determination of repetitive accessions in grass pea.
  Mehdi Dahmardeh , Ahmad Ghanbari , Baratali Syasar and Mahmood Ramroudi
  In this study effect of different planting ratios and harvest time of intercropping maize and cowpea on economical and biological yield and quality of maize forage (Zea mays L.) was evaluated in the Department of Agronomy, University of Zabol, during 2007. The planting ratios of maize to bean was 100:100, 50:100, 100:50, 25:75, 75:25, 50:50 , 0:100 and 100:0, respectively. The intercropped of maize and bean in different planting ratio significantly affected the quantitative and qualitative characters of the forage. The highest yield of green fodder (65.7 t ha-1) was obtained by sowing the crops in ratio of 100:100. The highest grain yield (9.0 t ha-1) for maize was recorded from 75+25% ratio, maize and cowpea and the highest grain yield for cowpea (3.9 t ha-1) was recorded from 50+100% ratio, maize and cowpea, respectively. The highest crude protein (19.65%) was produced by the cowpea sole cropping and the lowest from the maize plots sole cropping (12.11%). The highest land equivalent ratio (2.26) was obtained by sowing the crops in ratio of 100:100 and the highest crude protein was obtained by harvest time in milky stage (15.2%).
  Yaser Esmailiyan , Mostafa Heidari and Ahmad Ghanbari
  In order to study effects of wastewater with two kind of fertilizers (manure and chemical fertilizer) on grain yield and yield components in corn (KoSc 704) a field experimental was conducted at the university of Zabol in Iran during 2007 growing season. The experiment was conducted as split block design with three replications. The treatments were comprised of two levels of irrigation water (W1 = well water and W2 = wasetewater) in main plot and five levels of fertilizer (F1 = control, F2 = manure: 30 ton ha1, F3 = manure: 15 ton ha1, F4 = NPK: 350, 200 and 100 kg ha1 and F5 = NPK: 175, 100 and 50 kg ha1) in sub plot. Results showed irrigation with wastewater significantly increased grain yield of corn than usual water. Also, wastewater had positive significantly influence on grain yield and all yield components, but the most effective of wastewater on yield components was on the 1000-seed weight. Among the fertilizer, F4 in all situations had the most effective on the grain yield and yield components and increased them.
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