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Articles by M. Maniee
Total Records ( 3 ) for M. Maniee
  M. Maniee , D. Kahrizi and R. Mohammadi
  The present investigation was carried out to (i) study some agro-physiologic traits and (ii) to estimate genetic variability parameters for the studied traits in 12 advanced durum wheat genotypes along with the two local checks (Zardak and Sardari). Statistical analysis showed significantly differences among the genotypes based on the studied traits. Genotypic and phenotypic coefficients of variations were high for number of tiller (NT), leaf dry weight (LDW), stem dry weight (STW), spike length (SL) and leaf area duration (LAD). Heritability estimates were high for plant height (PH), LDW and SL. High genetic gain was observed for grain yield, NT, peduncle length (PL), LDW, STW, spike dry weight (SPW), SL and LAD. Correlation analysis showed the grain yield was significantly correlated with traits LP, SPW, SL and relative growth rate (RGR). High heritability estimates associated with high genetic advance as percent mean (GG) were obtained in characters i.e., LDW, PH, SL and LAD, whereas low heritability and high genetic advance was observed for the grain yield.
  A. Mirmoayedi and M. Maniee
  Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) was planted, in a Complete Randomized Block Design (CRBD) in an experimental field of Agricultural faculty of Razi University in Kermanshah, Iran, for a two years period. Four treatments applied, 3 different concentrations of an organophosphorous insecticide, Diazinon, plus control (without spraying of any insecticide). One month after spray of insecticide, release of 2nd instar larvae and or eggs of green lacewing Chrysoperla lucasina was done. The number and weight of attacked, blind, or blossomed bolls, was considered as index of efficacity, of certain insecticide concentration, together with release of lacewing.
  A. Mirmoayedi , M. Maniee and A. Yaghutipoor
  This study was conducted to evaluate, the more efficient insecticide, between three bio-insecticides used, in a chemical control of spiny bollworm and to compare a purely chemical control, with an integrated control of cotton boll worms, which was already studied by the same authors. Cotton variety vermin planted in a Complete Randomized Block Design (CRBD), with 6 treatments and 5 replications. The treatments were as follows: three concentrations of spinosad, 200,4000 and 10000 ppm, Neem-Azal, 50 ppm, Bt., 3000 ppm and control. Insecticides were sprayed, with an interval of 15 days. For sampling, 10 plants were chosen randomly and weight and number of attacked, or healthy blossomed or blind bolls measured. Results of analysis of variance by MSTAT-C showed that, there is a significantly difference, between use of 200 ppm and use of each of 10000 and 4000 ppm of Spinosad. Between the treatments, those sprayed with 4000 and 10000 ppm of Spinosad had the lowest number of damaged bolls, the plots sprayed with 200 ppm Spinosad had the minimum number of blind damaged bolls, followed by plots, in which Neem-Azal and Bt., were sprayed.
 
 
 
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