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Articles by N. Taghizadeh
Total Records ( 3 ) for N. Taghizadeh
  A. Jafari , H. Ejtehadi , N. Taghizadeh and B. Baradaran
  Five specimen of 9 populations and 17 populations of Muscari neglectum were analysed for karyotypic characters and seed proteins analysis respectively using multivariate statistical methods. Karyotypes were asymmetrical and placed in 2A and 2B classes of Stebbins karyotype classification. The level of ploidy were tetraploid, autopentaploid, hexaploid. Some of the popoulations showed decreasing and increasing aneuploidy. Seed protein analysis showed 32 bands which some of them were specific for a population. Cluster analysis of populations on the basis of karyotype and seed protein data carried out and showed close relation of the populations.
  A. Jafari , M. Farsi , F. Soleimanian Shafa and N. Taghizadeh
  Salvia L. belongs to Lamiaceae family, have 900 species around the world. Seven of them distributed in Mashhad (North-East of Iran) which are following: S. spinosa L., S. staminae Montbr and Auch, S. sclarea L., S. chloroleuca Rech and Aell., S. virgata Jacq, S. chorassanica Bung. and S. nemorosa L. In present research seed proteins of Salvia sclarea L., S. spinosa L. and S. chloroleuca Rech and Aell. studied by sodium dodecylsulphate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) method. The aim of present study was identifying the variation between seed protein in populations and relationship with morphological characters and geographical distance. Analysis showed 22 bands from which some of them were specific for a population. Cluster analysis of populations were carried out. The variation bands have correspondence to geographical distance and morphological characters.
  N. Taghizadeh , A. Neirameh and S. Shokooh
  In this present study, we applied new applications of direct algebraic method to Eckhaus equation, the balance numbers of which are not positive integers. Then new types of complex solutions are obtained to the Eckhaus equation.
 
 
 
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