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Articles by N. Bahrami
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  S.F. Hossaini , R. Haghparast , N. Bahrami and Y. Haghi
  To study the response of advanced wheat genotypes to sunn pest, a research was conducted under free and non-free selection for sun pest attack, using a randomized complete block design with 5 replications and 25 genotypes including, 19 advanced bread wheat, 4 durum wheat and 2 checks (Sardari and Azar-2). These genotypes were evaluated in Dryland Agricultural Research Sub-Institute, Kermanshah, Iran during 2007-2008. To identify tolerant genotypes to sunn pest we used SPTI (Sunn pest tolerance index). Significant difference were observed between genotypes for number of damaged central bud, number of adult sunn pest, number of new generation sunn pest, percent of damaged seed, grain yield and thousand seed weight. Based on mean ranks of SPTI, number of damaged central buds and percentage of damaged seeds, PATO1 was the most tolerant genotype and among durum wheat genotype Pgs was the best genotype. This result indicated selection based on grain yield is better than thousand seed weight. Sunn pest tolerance index is an index related to grain yield and it is a new good index for genotype selection. We purpose this index for new experiments.
  Z. Karimian and N. Bahrami
  Overweight in united state and other developed countries has become one of the health major problems. prevalence of obesity in women is worrying because numerous effect obesity on their pregnancy, so that, weight of pregnant women is important factor in their pregnancy and labor. Obese women that become pregnant are susceptible of to sever complication of pregnancy. Obesity lead to more complication in pre-pregnancy stage, pregnancy, labor and postpartum stage and also for fetus and infant. in obese women increase risk of hypertensive disorder, preterm delivery, gestational diabetes, cesarean delivery, macrosomia, premature, intrauterine growth restriction, post term, thromboembolism, labor induction and dystocia. Infant of obese mother are also in risk of numerous abnormalities, head trauma, brachial plexus trauma and clavicles fractures. Given the major economic and medical consequences of pregnancy in overweight women, all attempts should be made to prevent obesity in women of childbearing age and to encourage weight loss before pregnancy. These women should be screened for hypertension and carbohydrate intolerance.
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