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Articles by Mohammad Zaefizadeh
Total Records ( 2 ) for Mohammad Zaefizadeh
  Mohammad Zaefizadeh and Rauf Goliev
  Germplasm characterization is essential and molecular markers provide valuable information for breeding programs. Sequence-Related Amplified Polymorphism (SRAP) and phenotypic markers were studied to determine diversity and relationships among 40 subconvares of Triticum durum landraces from the region of North West of Iran and Azerbaijan. The 12 combinations of forward and reverse SRAP primers were used to evaluate the 38 landraces and two cultivars and produced 65 scorable markers, of which 56.730% was polymorphic for all 40 genotypes. As to phenotypic markers, 27 quantitative traits were evaluated in field with 4 replications, 22 of them (81%) were found to be polymorphic. The UPGMA (UN weighted-Pair Group Method Arithmetic average) dendrogram based on the 27 phenotypic markers distinguished all genotypes, but failed to detect any geographic association in durum landraces. The UPGMA dendrogram based on the 12 combinations of SRAP markers distinguished landraces, it was concurs with subconvars grouping characteristic (traits of major gene). SRAP markers are useful for studying diversity and relationships among and have potential in marker-aided selection, linkage mapping and evolutionary studies.
  Mehran Ochi-e-Ardabili , Mohammad Zaefizadeh , Shahzad Jamaati-e-Somarin , Mohammad Hassanzadeh and Nahid Hazrati
  Genetically variation is of the most important tool in plant breeding, so making and investigating of the variation in genotypes can be a factor of success in selection of favorable traits in crop randomized complete block design with three replications was conducted using the 96 double haploid genotypes of resulted from wheat and corn hybridation with embryo rescue along with the four local controls in Ardabil, Iran, in 2007 and 2008 cropping season. During the season, agricultural and morphological traits as well as yield and yield components were measured. It was cleared that there were significant differences between the genotypes were placed in the first group and low yielding ones placed in the second group, which can be used to attain the more heterosis by hibridation of the genotypes in the both groups. Highly yielding genotypes generally are derived from the corn father lines of CMH81, CMH82 different mother lines.
 
 
 
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