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Articles by M.H. Salehi
Total Records ( 2 ) for M.H. Salehi
  J. Hosseinifard , M.H. Salehi , I. Esfandiarpour and J. Mohammadi
  This study was conducted to examine the spatial variability of some groundwater quality factors and to determine their relationship with pistachio yield in pistachio growing areas of Anar, Iran. One hundred and fifty seven water samples from the wells of the studied area were determined for electrical conductivity (EC), Na+, Ca2+, Mg2+, SO42, HCO3, Cl, total hardness and Sodium Adsorption Ratio (SAR). Groundwater levels of the wells were also recorded. Results showed high positive correlation among EC, Na+, Cl, Mg2+, Ca2+, and total hardness and high negative correlation between water-table level and other variables. Most of the area had EC > 8 dS m-1 and SAR ≥13 (meq L-1)0.5. Kriging maps of the variables except water-table level are highly corresponded. Water-table level had a reverse pattern in comparison with other factors. The lowest quality of groundwater was found in the eastern, southern and the northern parts of the area where its negative effects on pistachio yield have been reported. Modern irrigation techniques and saving high quality waters in order to mix them with poor quality waters in the area is necessary for sustainable pistachio production and also preventing the reduction of water-table level in the area.
  M.R. Vafa , M. Karandish , S.M. Mosavi , M. Alizadeh , M.H. Salehi and M. Maddah
  Riboflavin deficiency is one of the most common nutritional deficiencies, which has detrimental effects on physical growth of children. In the present study, the nutritional status of this vitamin in primary school children in Rafsanjan was investigated. In this cross-sectional study, the subjects were selected using multistage cluster random sampling and the general demographic data, including age and gender were collected by questionnaires. Urinary riboflavin level was measured as the indicator of riboflavin status. A moderate to severe riboflavin deficiency was found in half of the participants with a higher prevalence of severe deficiency in girls (p<0.005). Mean±SD of urinary riboflavin in male and female students were 392±381 and 421±546 μg g-1 creatinine, respectively. Based on findings of this cross-sectional study, riboflavin deficiency is a serious nutritional problem in primary school children, especially among female students.
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