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Research Paper
Feasibility of using solar absorption chillers for food products cold storages in Ahvaz

Marzie Tabibi; Seyed Mohammad Safieddin Ardebili; Mohammad Javad Sheikhdavoodi

Volume 44, Issue 4 , March 2022, Pages 359-368


  Introduction Cooling systems such as refrigeration and air conditioning are considered as basics of everyday life. However, the required energy for the above-mentioned applications is mainly generated by non-renewable electricity. Due to the depletion of fossil fuels as a source of electricity, the development ...  Read More

Research Paper
Evaluating the effect of iron and zinc micronutrient on wheat quantitative and qualitative yield under salinity stress in Khuzestan climate

Ali Reza JAfarnejadi; Fatemeh Meskini-Vishkaee; Mohammad Hadi Mousavi Fazl; Gh. Lotfali Ayeneh; Leila Behbahani

Volume 44, Issue 4 , March 2022, Pages 367-381


  abstractIntroduction In Iran, salinity is a pervasive and limiting Factor of agricultural sustainable production. Plants in saline conditions are exposed to limited absorption of nutrients, water and toxicity of some elements and subsequently, their yield will be affected by salinity. Moreover, being ...  Read More

Research Paper
Effects of land-use change on soil physical characteristics and nutrients in northern Khuzestan

Masud Sadeghi mianrodi; Abdolamir Moezi; Ali Gholami; Teimor Babaei-nejad; Ebrahim Panahpur

Volume 44, Issue 4 , March 2022, Pages 381-397


  Introduction Land-use changes may influence various natural and ecological processes, including soil nutrients, soil moisture, soil erosion, land productivity and biodiversity. Compact cropping and lack of suitable management approaches in agricultural fields all over the world have affected soil properties ...  Read More

Research Paper
The Effect of Biochar of Date Palm's Leaves and Pistachio Harvesting wastes on the growth of maize (Zea mays L.) and heavy metals concentrations

Asieh Naroie; Javad Zamani; Shapour Kohestani; Farideh Abbaszadeh Afshar

Volume 44, Issue 4 , March 2022, Pages 399-413


  Introduction: The application of biochar in soil as a method for disposal of organic wastes from environment has been considered by environmental scientists in recent years, due to the unique properties of these components. Biochar is a carbon-rich compound that is produced by burning different types ...  Read More

Research Paper
Effect of wheat residue enriched with Pleurotus on microbial characteristics of a saline soil


Volume 44, Issue 4 , March 2022, Pages 415-438


  Introduction: Soil microorganisms play an important role in maintaining soil quality through the decomposition of organic matter and nutrients cycling. The quantity of plant residue has a positive effect on the accumulation of organic carbon in the soil. One of the most important problems hampering the ...  Read More

Research Paper
Investigation of some ergonomic interventions in date palm crown access operation

Abdollah Hayati; Afshin Marzban; Majid Rahnama

Volume 44, Issue 4 , March 2022, Pages 439-461


  Introduction Date fruit production has an important position in either Iran or the world. Life and economy of many of people who live in the West Asia and North Africa (WANA) depend on this agricultural product. Date palm crown access, as one of important operations of date fruit production, is performed ...  Read More

Research Paper
Investigating the combined application of different levels of triple superphosphate and native phosphate-solubilizing Pseudomonas bacteria on growth indices of maize

A.R. Fallah Nosratabad; Sh, Shariati

Volume 44, Issue 4 , March 2022, Pages 463-483


  Introduction Phosphorus (P) is one of the most necessary plant nutrients and the second key plant nutrient after nitrogen, which deeply affects the overall growth of plants. Most of the present P in calcareous soils is biologically unavailable, therefore mobile P is rare despite the abundance of both ...  Read More