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Effect of Grafting on Survival Rate and Primary Growth of Melon and Muskmelon Seedlings Grafted onto Different Cucurbita Rootstocks

Reza Salehi; Abdolkarim Kashi; Jang Miang Lee; Mesbah Babalar; Mojtaba Delshad; Sang Gio Lee; Yun Chan Huh

Volume 41, Issue 3 , December 2010

Abstract
  Effect of three cucurbita varieties, cvs. ‘Ace’, ‘Shintozwa’ and ‘ShintoHongto’ as rootstocks, on survival rate and primary growth of melon cv. Khatooni as well as on muskmelon cv. Samsuri seedlings was investigated in greenhouse conditions. The rootstocks exhibited high compatibility (up ...  Read More

A Comparison of Breeding Objectives of Native Black Goat in Different Rearing Systems: 2. A Determination of the Economic Values

Mahmoud Vatankhah; MohammadAli Talebi; Mohsen Bagheri

Volume 41, Issue 3 , December 2010, Pages 193-201

Abstract
  In this study, production, reproduction, management and economic parameters deduced from recordings of 5 flocks with 720 heads of native goats during an annual cycle of production in transhumance, village and farming systems were employed to determine the traits' economic values. The economic values ...  Read More

Economic Values of Reproduction, Growth and Carcass Composition Traits in Lori-Bakhtiari Sheep

MohammadAli Talebi; Seyed Reza Miraei Ashtiani; Mohammad Moradi Shahrbabak; Ardeshir Nejati Javaromi

Volume 41, Issue 3 , December 2010, Pages 203-210

Abstract
  In this study, production, reproduction, managerial, and economic parameters obtained from data recorded for Lori-Bakhtiari flock of sheep (500 heads of breeding ewe) stationed at the sheep's Breeding Station, were employed to determine the relative economic values of and breeding objectives for an annual ...  Read More

An Estimation of Genetic Parameters for some Economic Traits in Iranian Crossbred Dairy Cattle

Maryam Ardalanfar; Saeed Hasani; Saeed Zerehdaran; MohammadBagher Sayadnezhad

Volume 41, Issue 3 , December 2010, Pages 215-221

Abstract
  برای برآورد پارامترهای ژنتیکی صفات اقتصادی جمعیت گاوهای آمیخته ایران، از رکوردهای دوره اول شیردهی 3587 تا 4946 رأس گاو آمیخته که در مرکز اصلاح نژاد و بهبود تولیدات دامی کشور، ...  Read More

Age Distribution and Generation Interval Corresponding to Four Selection Pathways of Holstein Cattle in Iran

Saherreh Jowzi Shekalgoorani; AbdolAhad Shadparvar; Rasoul VaezTorshizi; Mohammad Moradi Shahrbabak

Volume 41, Issue 3 , December 2010, Pages 223-229

Abstract
  Average age distribution and generation interval were investigated in four different selection pathways. i.e., Sire of future Sires (SS), Sire of future Dams (SD), Dam of future Sires (DS) and Dam of future Dams (DD). Young Bulls pathway (YB) is also considered as a path that affects the generation interval ...  Read More

Estimation of Genetic Parameters for Growth and Reproduction Traits and Genetic Trends of Growth Traits in Zel Sheep Breed under Rural Production System

Hosein Mohammadi; Mostafa Sadeghi

Volume 41, Issue 3 , December 2010, Pages 231-241

Abstract
  In this study records of 15723, 12108 and 5236 Zel sheep for birth weight (BW), weaning weight (WW) and 6-month weight (6MW) traits were used. Data has been collected by the Jahad-e-Keshavarzi organization of province of Mazandaran during 1994-2009. The heritability of direct and maternal of growth traits ...  Read More

The Effect of Adaptation to Oak Leaves on Digestibility (in vitro) and Ruminal Parameters in Alamout Goat

Seyed Mahdi Maldar; Yousef Roozbehan; Daruish Alipour

Volume 41, Issue 3 , December 2010, Pages 243-252

Abstract
  This experiment was carried out to investigate the effect of adaptation period to oak leave's tannin on rumen pH and ammonia, rumen microbial population, gas production and dry matter true digestibility (IVTDMD) in Alamout Goat’s rumen (with no previous history of oak leaf consumption) compared with ...  Read More

Effects of Wheat Grain in Pre-Partum Diets on Plasma Metabolites and Hormones in Peripartum Cows

Hamidreza Mirzaei Almouti; Hamid Amanlou; Kamran Reza Yazdi; Armin Touhidi

Volume 41, Issue 3 , December 2010, Pages 253-263

Abstract
  Sixty eight Holstein cows, 38 primiparous and 30 multiparous, were employed in a randomized complete block design to evaluate the effects of 2 diets of varied rumine fermentable carbohydrate sources (Corn Grain (CG) and Wheat Grain (WG)) on blood metabolites and hormones during periparturint period. ...  Read More

Nutritive Value and Digestibility Parameters of Starchy Feeds Assayed, Using in vivo and in vitro Methods

Mansour Naderi; Rasoul PirMohammadi; Akbar Taghizadeh

Volume 41, Issue 3 , December 2010, Pages 265-274

Abstract
  This research was planned to evaluate the nutritive value of some starchy feeds including wheat grain, wheat flour, starch grades 1 and 2 through in vivo, in vitro and gas test methods. The first experiment was done through an employment of 4 Maku-ii rams with 43.2±1.4 Kg of body weight in a completely ...  Read More

Effect of Substituting Corn Silage with Waste Grapefruit Silage on Performance and Body Composition of Kermani Fattening Lambs

Omid Dayani; Mohammad Mahdi Sharifi Hoseini; Mohammad Reza Mohammad Abadi; Ahmad Ayatollahi Mehrjardi

Volume 41, Issue 3 , December 2010, Pages 275-283

Abstract
  This study was performed to determine the efficacy of feeding waste grapefruit silage vs. corn silage on performance and body composition of Kermani fattening lambs. Twenty seven male lambs weighing an average of 18.5±2.5 kg and again an average of 150±10 days old were randomly divided into three groups ...  Read More

Polyamide Nanofibers Matrix Promotes Proliferation and Function of Mouse Spermatogonia Stem Cells

Malek Shakeri; Hamid Kohram; AbdolHosein Shahverdi; Ahmad Zare Shahneh; Hosein Baharvand

Volume 41, Issue 3 , December 2010, Pages 285-297

Abstract
  The fate of mouse spermatogonia stem cells’ (SSCs) regulation is controlled by the interplay of signaling networks that either promote self- renewal or induce differentiation. It has been proven that cytokines, growth factors and feeder layers are capable of inducing self- renewal or reducing apoptosis ...  Read More