In this paper the fauna of these beneficial insects is studied in some regions of three provinces Golestan, Mazandaran and Semnan (northern Iran). In total 43 species from 23 genera and 2 subfamilies Milesiinae and Syrphinae were collected and identified.
Forty-five records of 28 species of ladybird beetles (belonging to 15 genera, 8 tribes and 6 subfamilies of Coccinellidae) as new for particular provinces in Iran are presented. The ten provinces with new records are Alborz, Golestan, Hamadan, Hormozgan, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad, Mazandaran, North Khorasan, Sistan and Baluchistan, Tehran, and Zanjan.
Persian surrounds much of the Tabari (or Māzandarāni) speaking area, that is, the province of Māzandarān south of the Caspian Sea. The transition zones between the two languages lay in the valleys and foothills of the Alborz range, which separates Māzandarān from the Iranian Plateau. Within this zone we find a range of hybrid dialects that are divided into two distinct groups: Persian dialects influenced by Tabari and vise versa. This study aims at the latter group, which we call Tabaroid, i.e., Tabari varieties carrying various amounts of Persian mix. The linguistic data come from some twenty villages in the south-central Alborz, separated from Tehran by a mountain ridge. The main objective here is to establish the dialectal and areal position of the Tabaroid varieties by closely examining their diachrony, phonology, and above all morphosyntax.
Authors:S. Naeimi, S. Khodaparast, M. Javan-Nikkhah, C. Vágvölgyi, and L. Kredics
As a first step of a project aimed at the identification of potential biocontrol agents of Rhizoctonia solani, the rice sheath blight fungus, we surveyed the biodiversity of the genus Trichoderma based on sequence of the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) 1 and 2 of the ribosomal RNA gene cluster in paddy fields in Mazandaran province, Northern Iran. Amongst the six obtained species of Trichoderma, T. harzianum and T. virens proved to be the most frequent species in this habitat. Sequence alignment and phylogenetic analysis revealed that the T. harzianum isolates can be divided into 14 different ITS genotypes clustering in four groups. Our results are in agreement with previous molecular studies, which also revealed that T. harzianum is a complex species comprising more or less different ITS genotypes. T. virens was not as diverse as T. harzianum and three different genotypes were distinguished which constituted only one cluster. All T. atroviride and T. hamatum strains had identical ITS sequences.
Authors:Marija Vrataric, Aleksandra Sudaric, Vlado Kovacevic, Tomislav Duvnjak, Miroslav Krizmanic, and Anto Mijic
Araie, A.C., O.G. Chapie (1999):Soybean Yield Response as Affected by K, Zn, Mn, S, Mg and Cu in the eastern part of Mazandaran Province Iran. In: Proceedings World Soybean Research Conference (WSRC) VI, (ed.) H.E. Kauffman
Authors:Hassan Norouzian, Ghasem Farjanikish, and Hossein Hosseini
Seifi , S. and Shirzad , M. R. ( 2012 ): Risk factors and seroprevalence of Mycoplasma gallisepticum infection in broiler breeder farms in Mazandaran province, north of Iran . Revue Med. Vet. 163 , 215 – 218