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Articles by Mohammad Ali Rajamand
Total Records ( 3 ) for Mohammad Ali Rajamand
  Fatemeh Nejad Habibvash , Mohammad Ali Rajamand , Reza Heidari , Siavash Hosseini Sarghein and Mahnaz Heidari Ricani
  Present survey was performed on nine species of Salvia (Lamiaceae) growing wild in different regions of West Azarbaijan in Iran (S. limbata, S. vertisillata, S. macrochlamys, S. nemorosa, S. ceratophylla, S. candidissima, S. syriaca, S. multicaulis, S. sclarea). In this research, three of the most important biochemical characters such as total protein content, total oil content and fatty acids combination in seeds of these species were considered. Analysis of species average comparison variance conducted with ANOVA and Duncan’s test (p<0.05) revealed that there is a significant difference about protein content, oil content and fatty acid composition among species.
  Solmaz Shahla , Ali Asghar Maassoumi and Mohammad Ali Rajamand
  This study summarizes cyanolichen species known to occur in Iran. Their distribution in the country is mentioned and a key is given for the identification of cyanolichen genera known from Iran. As this group of lichens is very inconspicuous, their identification is very difficult. These species are mostly reported from south, southwest and northeast provinces. As about half of Iran is desert and semi-desert, more research will reveal more species.
  Solmaz Shahla , Mohammad Ali Rajamand and Ali Asghar Maassoumi
  Lichens with cyanobacterial photobionts are called cyanolichens. The main purpose of this research is to study the cyanolichens of the southern part of Central Alborz protected region. This region is located in the north of Tehran between Tehran and Mazandaran provinces. Specimens were collected by the first author during several field trips in winter times in this region and were identified according to present keys. There were 7 species ofcyanolichens identified from this region from which 1 species is new for Iran. Also all of these species are reported for the first time from Alborz region. The species include: Collema cristatum, Collema fuscovirens, Collema polycarpon, Thyrea confusa, Thyrea girardii, Thyrea plicatissima and Peccania cerebriformis which is new for Iran.
 
 
 
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