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Articles by M. Hassani
Total Records ( 2 ) for M. Hassani
  B. Zahedi , A.K. Kashi , Z. Zamani , G.H. Mosahebi and M. Hassani
  In this study genetic diversity of 39 Allium sativum L. genotypes collected from different parts of Iran was investigated by using morphological characteristics. Measuring of characteristics of garlic genotypes were performed based on IPGRI descriptor. Analysis of variance showed that all of the characters in examined genotypes were significant, showing high variability in characters. Also factor analysis was used for determining the number of main factors. Factor analysis showed that most bulb characters were composing the main factors. Effective characters categorized in seven factors that contributed 81.84% of total variance. For each factor eigen value more than 0.6 was used as significant eigen value. Cluster analysis was performed using these seven factors and genotypes in distance of 10 (similarity coefficient) were divided four main clusters. This study showed that multivariate analysis methods could be a useful method for discrimination of garlic genotypes.
  A. Eslami , M. Roshani and M. Hassani
  The present study is conducted at the Shemroud water shade, Guilan province, which is located in north region of Iran. In order to investigation on ecological requirement of 16 species using GIS, the environmental conditions were determined in study site including elevation, slope, aspect, climate and soil. With concerning of importance of their categories, t he maps were classified with range of 1 to 9. The suitable environmental conditions for growth species assigned 9 value and unsuitable conditions for growth species assigned lower values gradually. Using Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) method, the maps were weighted with regard to mentioned affecting factors. Obtained results showed that there is different appearance for ecological range in per species. Finally, it was extracted final map model for afforestation using mathematical relationships and merging ecological models for each species.
 
 
 
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