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Kazemi, M. and A. Ameri, 2012. Response of vase-life carnation cut flower to salicylic acid, silver nanoparticles, glutamine and essential oil. Asian J. Anim. Sci., 6: 122-131.
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Kazemi, M. and A. Ameri, 2012. Extending the vase life of carnation with different preservatives. Int. J. Bot., 8: 50-53.
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Kazemi, M. and A. Ameri, 2012. Postharvest life of cut gerbera flowers as affected by nano-silver and acetylsalicylic acid. Asian J. Biochem., 7: 106-111.
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Kazemi, M., 2012. Effect of cobalt, silicon, acetylsalicylic acid and sucrose as novel agents to improve vase-life of Argyranthemum flowers. Trends Appl. Sci. Res., 7: 579-583.
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Kazemi, M., 2012. Effect of some chemicals on keeping quality and vaselife of argyranthemum flowers. Asian J. Plant Sci., 11: 87-90.
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Kazemi, M., E. Hadavi and J. Hekmati, 2011. Role of salicylic acid in decreases of membrane senescence in cut carnation flowers. Am. J. Plant Physiol., 6: 106-112.
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Kazemi, M., E. Hadavi and J. Hekmati, 2012. Effect of salicylic acid, malic acid, citric acid and sucrose on antioxidant activity, membrane stability and ACC-oxidase activity in relation to vase life of carnation cut flowers. J. Plant Sci., 7: 78-84.
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Kazemi, M., H.S. Hajizadeh, M. Gholami, M. Asadi and S. Aghdasi, 2012. Efficiency of essential oils, citric acid, malic aid and nickel reduced ethylene production and extended vase life of cut lisianthus flowers. Res. J. Bot., 7: 14-18.
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Kazemi, M., M. Aran and S. Zamani, 2011. Effect of calcium chloride and salicylic acid treatments on quality characteristics of kiwifruit (Actinidia deliciosa cv. Hayward) during storage. Am. J. Plant Physiol., 6: 183-189.
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Kazemi, M., M. Aran and S. Zamani, 2011. Effect of salicylic acid treatments on quality characteristics of apple fruits during storage. Am. J. Plant Physiol., 6: 113-119.
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Kazemi, M., M. Aran and S. Zamani, 2011. Extending the vase life of lisianthus (Eustoma grandiflorum Mariachii. cv. blue) with different preservatives. Am. J. Plant Physiol., 6: 167-175.
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Kazemi, M., M. Asadi and S. Aghdasi, 2012. Postharvest life of cut lisianthus flowers as affected by silicon, malic acid and acetylsalicylic acid. Res. J. Soil Biol., 4: 15-20.
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Kazemi, M., M. GHolami and F. Bahmanipour, 2012. Effect of silicon and acetylsalicylic acid on antioxidant activity, membrane stability and ACC-oxidase activity in relation to vase life of carnation cut flowers. Biotechnology, 11 : 87-90.
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Kazemi, M., M. Gholami and F. Hassanvand, 2012. Effects of silicon on antioxidative defense system and membrane lipid peroxidation in gerbera cut flower. Asian J. Biochem., 7: 171-176.
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Kazemi, M., M. Gholami, M. Asadi and S. Aghdasi, 2012. Efficiency of silicon, nickel and acetylsalicylic acid reduced senescence and extended vase life of cut rose flowers. Trends Appl. Sci. Res., 7: 590-595.
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Kazemi, M., M. Gholami, M. Asadi, S. Aghdasi and M. Almasi, 2012. Response of carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus L.) to salicylic acid and Glutamine. Asian J. Biochem., 7: 158-164.
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Kazemi, M., S. Zamani and M. Aran, 2011. Effect of some treatment chemicals on keeping quality and vase-life of cut flowers. Am. J. Plant Physiol., 6: 99-105.
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Kazemi, M., S. Zamani and M. Aran, 2011. Interaction between glutamin and different chemicals on extending the vase life of cut flowers of Prato lily. Am. J. Plant Physiol., 6: 120-125.
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Role of Salicylic Acid in Decreases of Membrane Senescence in Cut Carnation Flowers
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Effect of Salicylic Acid Treatments on Quality Characteristics of Apple Fruits During Storage
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Interaction Between Glutamin and Different Chemicals on Extending the Vase Life of Cut Flowers of ‘Prato’ Lily
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Extending the Vase Life of Lisianthus (Eustoma grandiflorum Mariachii. cv. blue) with Different Preservatives
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Effect of Calcium Chloride and Salicylic Acid Treatments on Quality Characteristics of Kiwifruit (Actinidia deliciosa cv. Hayward) During Storage
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