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Articles by Mohammad Reza Dastouri
Total Records ( 3 ) for Mohammad Reza Dastouri
  Mohammad Reza Dastouri , Kamran Fakhimzadeh , Jalal Shayeg , Jalil Dolgari-Sharaf , Mohammad Reza Valilou and Naser Maheri-Sis
  In this study, the collected multi floral honey from bee colonies in province of East Azerbaijan (Iran) was prepared the doubling dilution and impregnated on paper disks. These disks were used on bacterial cultured media and their antibacterial effects were assessed by disk diffusion test method. The selected bacteria were provided through the standard strains, in addition to that some of the clinical samples were also selected and the taken subsequences were compared with the standard strains. The positive extracts in the disk diffusion method, were selected and used in MIC (Minimum Inhibitory Concentration) method on the specific bacteria. The MBC (Minimum Bactericidal Concentration) method as a complimentary test also was performed on them. In the above mentioned tests, control (untreated) disks were also considered. The results showed that the obtained extracts of Iranian multi floral honey (from the bee colonies of East Azerbaijan Province) have broad spectrum antibacterial activities, although their efficacy showed diversity on different bacterial species.
  Afshar Mirzaei-Aghsaghali , Naser Maheri-Sis , Ali Mirza-Aghazadeh , Yahya Ebrahimnezhad , Mohammad Reza Dastouri and Abolfazl Aghajanzadeh Golshani
  This study was conducted to compare methane production in legume (two common Iranian alfalfa varieties) and grass (quackgrass; QCK) as forage sources in sheep nutrition by using nutrient composition of the diet. Each of the 2 hays of legume (Hamedani; HAM and Kareyonge; KAR varieties) and grass (QCK) were offered ad libitum to three Gezel rams. No significant difference found between Dry Matter (DM), Crude Protein (CP), Ash and Ether Extract (EE) of 2 alfalfa varieties, although the difference for Crude Fiber (CF) was significant (p<0.01). The Organic Matter (OM), DM, CP, CF, Ash contents of 2 species (legume and grass) were significantly different (p<0.05). Methane production (g per day, g per kg BW and g per kg BW0.75) were similar in HAM and KAR hays (p>0.05), whereas methane production (g per day, g per kg BW and g per kg BW0.75) in grass hay were significantly (p<0.01) higher than that of legume hay. Calculations based on nutrient composition of the diet indicate that grass hay can have a higher methane production than legume resulting to gross energy lost as CH4.
  Mohammad Reza Dastouri , Naser Maheri-Sis , Abolfazl Aghajanzadeh-Golshani and Yahya Ebrahim-Nezhad
  This research was carried out with 25 off spring queens obtained from one mother queen. Twenty five sister queens breed in nucleus hives and introduce to 25 colonies. Before start bee feeding, the colonies equalized in population and honey source. Environment conditions in all colonies were same. This experiment was applied in 4 diet treatment and each treat in 5 replicates. Experimental treatment consisted of 4 base diets (pea powder, milk powder, soybean meal and collected pollen). All of diet distribute randomized between 25 colonies. Propose of this research were determined relation between nutritional effects on colonies population, honey and pollen source. After 2 month feeding with above diets, data`s from this experiment was analyses. Significant different was between pea and pollen treatment with other diets (p< 0.01). The best performance was in pea and pollen treatment; but between pea and pollen treatment wasn`t significant different. The best treatments ware pea and pollen. Perhaps this performance related to decrease anti nutritional factor (anti trypsin and tannin) processes in pea powder.
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