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Articles by M. Gharibkhani
Total Records ( 2 ) for M. Gharibkhani
  M. Gharibkhani , M. Pourkazemi , M. Soltani , S. Rezvani and L. Azizzadeh
  The aims of this study were to analysis the population genetic structure and genetic diversity among and between populations of Sander lucioperca based on microsatellite markers. For this purpose, 149 samples of adult pikeperch from three regions of Southwest Caspian Sea (Talesh Coasts, Anzali Wetland and Chaboksar Coasts) were collected. DNA was extracted and using 13 pairs of microsatellite primers, Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) was conducted. DNA bands were analysed using Biocapt and GenAlex software package. Out of 13 microsatellite primers, 11 loci were produced, in which 6 of them were polymorphic and 5 monomorphic. Analysis revealed that the average number of alleles per locus and observed heterozygosities were not statistically significant (p>0.05) for all 3 populations. The FST value between populations was low but significant (p<0.01), suggesting that the 3 populations are genetically differentiated. Deviation from Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium was obvious in most cases, mostly due to the deficiency of heterozygosities. The highest genetic distance was between Anzali Wetland and Chaboksar Coast populations. The data generated in this study provide useful information on the genetic variation and differentiation in populations of Southwest Caspian Sea pikeperch.
  M. Tatina , M. Bahmani , M. Soltani , B. Abtahi and M. Gharibkhani
  This study was conducted in order to characterize the different levels of dietary vitamin C and vitamin E on some of hematological and biochemical parameters of sterlet. For this purpose 270 sterlet (Acipenser ruthenus) were divided into 18 groups. Three levels of vitamin E (0, 100 and 400 mg kg-1 diet) and vitamin C (0, 100 and 400 mg kg-1 diet) and their combination were used to prepare nine experimental diets. Each of nine experimental diets was fed to fish in 2 tanks (2 replicates). The fish were fed 3% of their wet b.wt. per day for a 100 days period. Blood samples were obtained from three fish of each tank at the end of experiment. The results reveal that Fish fed diets containing 100 mg kg-1 vitamin E and 400 mg kg-1 vitamin C (diet 7) had the highest WBC (p>0.05). Also, significantly higher RBC was observed in diets 3, 4, 5, 6 and 9 than those of the other diets in which different levels of each vitamin without any regulation exists. The hematocrit percentage did not differ significantly in fish fed the different diets (p<0.05). Also, there was no significant difference in the mean amount of total protein, cortisol, glucose and triglyceride between the fish fed with the different diets designed for this experiment (p>0.05). On the other hand, fishes fed diets without vitamin C but different levels of vitamin E (diets 3 and 6) had significantly higher amounts of cholesterol compared with fish fed with other diets.
 
 
 
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