Volume 23 (2021)
Volume 22 (2020)
Volume 21 (2019)
Volume 20 (2018)
Volume 19 (2017)
Volume 18 (2016)
Volume 17 (2015)
Volume 16 (2014)
Volume 15 (2013)
Volume 14 (2012)
Volume 13 (2011)
Issue 2 Winter 2012, Pages 1-88
Issue 1 Summer 2011, Pages 1-74
Volume 12 (2010)
Volume 11 (2009)
1. Effects of gibberellic acid (GA3) and benzyladenine on tuberose quality and quantity

Azizollah Kheiry; Ahmad Khalighi; Younes Mostofi; Rohangiz Naderi

Volume 13, Issue 1 , Summer 2011, Pages 9-20

Abstract
  Tuberose is one of the most important floral crops in Iran. Long spikes of fragrant flowers make it excellent for cut flower. Due to the beauty and sweet fragrance of flowers, it used in all seasons for flower arrangements. Production of high quality flowers and vase life extension is important for competition ...  Read More

2. Effect of some chemical treatments on postharvest quality and vase life of gerbera cut flowers (Gerbera jamesonii cv. Good Timing)

Elham Danaie; Younes Mostofi; Pejman Moradi; Reza Azizi nejad

Volume 13, Issue 1 , Summer 2011, Pages 21-29

Abstract
  The effect of gibberelic acid (GA3) and ethanol on the postharvest quality and vase life of gerbera cut flowers was investigated. Freshly cut flower stems of gerbera cultivar ‘Good timing’, were put in vases containing zero, 50, 100, 150, 200 or 300 mgL-1 GA3 for 48 hr and then held in vases ...  Read More

3. Effect of salinity and organic matters on chemical composition and root morphology of pistachio seedlings

Azam Razavi Nasab; Hossein Shirani; Ahmad Taj abadi pour; Hossein Dashti

Volume 13, Issue 1 , Summer 2011, Pages 31-42

Abstract
  To study the effect of salinity and organic matter on chemical composition and root morphology of pistachio cv. Badami, budded on seedling root stocks, a greenhouse experiment was conducted as a factorial based on a completely randomized design with three replications. Treatments consisted of four salinity ...  Read More

4. Influence of different herbicide application methods on weed control of marigold nursery

Ebrahim Rais Mohammadi; Hasan Mohammad Alizade; Mohammad Ali Baghestani Meibodi; Mostafa Arab

Volume 13, Issue 1 , Summer 2011, Pages 43-54

Abstract
  A field experiment was conducted at College of Aburaihan, University of Tehran, Iran in 2007 to evaluate the herbicides efficacy in a marigold nursery to control weeds including annual flowers. Experimental design was a RCBD with total 12 treatments replicated four times. Treatments were trifluralin ...  Read More

5. Effect of harvesting time on antioxidant capacity and keeping quality of Actinidia deliciosa cv. Hayward fruit

Mahmoud Ghasemnejad; Roghayeh Ghorban Ali pour; Javad Fattahi Mohgaddam

Volume 13, Issue 1 , Summer 2011, Pages 55-64

Abstract
  Harvesting time of kiwifruit can influence quality characteristics. The current research was carried out according to a completely randomized design with three replications at Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, University of Guilan in 2009. Weight loss, flesh firmness, total soluble solid (TSS), titritable ...  Read More

6. Water relations of the tomato plant under partial rootzone drying (PRD)

Maryam Haghighi; Hossein Behboudian

Volume 13, Issue 1 , Summer 2011, Pages 1-8

Abstract
  The world is facing a dwindling supply of water, therefore deficit irrigation is becoming more of a necessity than a choice. Partial rootzone drying (PRD) is a new water saving irrigation technique where at each irrigation time only one part of the rootzone is watered. The un-irrigated part is watered ...  Read More

7. Effect of seed priming with different materials and osmotic potentials on germination of melon

Mahmoud Lotfi; Elham Ali abadi; Ali Rezvani; Reza Amiri

Volume 13, Issue 1 , Summer 2011, Pages 65-74

Abstract
  The effects of priming treatment using five osmotic solutions (PEG, manitol, KNO3, KH2PO4 and combination of two salts) in six osmotic potentials (-1 to -1.5 MPa) was studied on germination percentage, rate and uniformity of melon seeds. The best results were obtained with high concentrations of KNO3 ...  Read More