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Seyed Masoud Hosseini-Moosavi, Seyed Mehdi Amini Nasab, Reza Karimpour, Mona Ebadi,
Volume 3, Issue 3 (12-2016)

This investigation is a collection of studies on the breeding birds of Dez Protected Area performed from Fe-bruary 2011 to Jun 2012. During that period, field studies were executed every other 2-4 days. 5 species of native bree-ding birds including White-eared Bulbul Pycnonotus leucotis, Common Babbler Turdoides caudatus, Collared Dove St-reptopelia decaocto, Laughing Dove Streptopelia senegalensis, European Roller Coracias garrulous and 7 species of migratory breeding birds including Grey Hypocolius Hypocolius ampelinus, Great Grey Shrike Lanius excubitor, Little Ringed Plover Charadrius dubius, Red-wattled Lapwing Vanellus indicus, Pin-tailed Sandgrouse Pterocles alchata Ba-nk Swallow Riparia riparia, Blue cheeked Bea-eater Merops persicus were observed. Among the breeding birds, Coll-ared Dove S.decaocto had the most extensive breeding period from February till the early of August. Common Babbler T. caudatus (53 nests) was the frequent breeder in the terrestrial part of the Dez Protected area. Terrestrial breeding bi-rds of the area prefer habitats with Ziziphus nummularia, vegetations for breeding. Bank Swallow R.riparia with more than 300 nests was the most common species in the watery part of Dez Protected Area. They selected riparian walls for nest building. Habitat destruction was the most important threatening factor for the breeding birds.

Somayeh Keypour, Hossein Riahi, Mostafa Ebadi, Ali Borhani, Mohammad Reza Asef Shayan, Naser Safaie,
Volume 5, Issue 4 (3-2019)

The genus Ganoderma belongs to Polyporales, well-known for its medicinal properties and as a plant pathogen. The aim of this study was to identify the genetic variation between populations of two Ganoderma lucidum Karst. complex isolates using RAPD. For this purpose, four populations of G. resinaceum Boud. and eight populations of G. lucidum collected and purified during 2011-2012, were studied for the first time in Iran. Ten random primers were used for RAPD reaction. The result for RAPD-PCR studies of G. lucidum complex showed a wide range of diversity, as scores of 61.48 and 40.16 were estimated for the inter-specific diversity of G. lucidum and G. resinaceum, respectively. Cluster analysis confirmed the separation of two species populations in different clusters. In the analysis of genetic structure, two probable groups (K = 2) were identified in the studied germplasm which was also confirmed by the results of bar plot.

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