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Effect of mycorrhizal fungi inoculation collected from rangelands of Kalmand Bahadoran on some morphophysiological characteristics of (Teucrium polium‏ L.) medicinal plant

monirsadat tabatabaeezadeh; Ali Akbar Karimian; Mohammad Matinizadeh; Mohammad Hadi Rad; Seyyed Kazem Sabbagh

Volume 73, Issue 2 , September 2020, , Pages 379-391


  The symbiosis of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi with plants root plays an important role in the sustainability and development of medicinal plant communities in ecosystems which are subject to various physical and ecological pressures.Teucrium polium L. is one of the most important medicinal plants that ...  Read More

products utilization Extreme on the destruction of forests and rangelands (Case Study: Zarinaban district from Dehloran)

Maryam Malekmirzaei; AliAkbar Karimeian

Volume 73, Issue 1 , June 2020, , Pages 209-226


  Exploitation and extraction of sub products of forests and rangelands have long been important to the human beings and today these products have economic, cultural and social roles in countries where there are forests and rangelands ecosystems, so that ignoring and not paying attention to it would bring ...  Read More

Assessment of Structural of Relationships and Social Network Analysis of Local Communities Direction Collaborative Management (Case study : Razavi Khorasan province, Sabzevar city)

roya vazirian; Ali Akbar Karimian; Alireza Afshani; Mohammad-Taghi Dastorani

Volume 72, Issue 3 , December 2019, , Pages 865-878


  In Collaborative management of arid regions, it is necessary to analyze the social relationships between farmers. The purpose of this study was to evaluate and analyze the social network of farmers in trust links and to participate in irrigation, marketing and cultivation activities in three villages ...  Read More

Economic Evaluation of Converting Non- Irrigation Farms to Amygdalus Gardens and its Impact on Soil Properties (Case Study: Dezhkord Village, Eqlid District)

somaye sharifi; fateme mohamadzade; Aliakbar Karimian; Seyyd Hamidreza Mirghaderi

Volume 69, Issue 2 , July 2016, , Pages 411-425


  Population growth and more demand for food have imposed pressure on natural resources, one of which is conversion of lands to farming land. For example, in some areas people convert slope rangelands around their village to non irrigation farms since they receive enough rain. This factor accelerates the ...  Read More