Original Article Plant Cell, Organ and Tissue Culture
1. Effects of culture medium and plant hormones in organogenesis in olive (CV. Kroneiki)

Bahman Fazeli-Nasab; Ahmad Farid Rahmani; Hamide Khajeh

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 1-13

Abstract
  Background: A long time has passed since the first experience of In Vitro propagation of olive, but the presence of very strong end dominance in the neoplasm stage, which cannot be controlled by various cytokinin treatments, has limited the possibility of propagation in vitro. Therefore, the aim of the ...  Read More

Review Article Bioinformatics
2. RNA motifs: the effective factors in detecting and changing the expression of Plant Pathogenic Genes

Ali Maghsoudi; Davoud Naderi

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 14-24

Abstract
  Background: Regulation of transcription and translation pathways in the living cell is of particular importance, in which organized structural elements play an important role. In hydrogen bonds, through hydrophobic interactions, they stabilize the twists and turns of the RNA molecule in a wide network. ...  Read More

Original Article Phenotypes and Genotypes
3. Evaluation of genetic diversity between and within different mango genotypes of southern Iran using IRAP marker

Maryam Moghaddaszadeh; Leila Fahmideh; Bahman Fazeli-Nasab

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 25-38

Abstract
  Background: The genetic diversity study of mangoes for breeding programs and conservation of genetic resources is vital and knowledge of genetic diversity in Mango genotypes is important for selecting parents in breeding programs. Therefore, genetic variation of 30 genotypes of Iranian mango plants were ...  Read More

Review Article Bioinformatics
4. Biofertilizers as promising bioinoculants for enhancing the production of secondary plant metabolites: a review

Fatemeh Dehghan-Nayeri

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 39-50

Abstract
  Background: Today, the production of plant secondary metabolites has been fastened because of the health value of these products for clinical applications. To date, considerable number of secondary substances have isolated from natural sources through which chemists and biochemists could develop new ...  Read More

Review Article Bioinformatics
5. Biotechnological engineering of bacterium-based fertilizers for improving medicinal plants production: A comprehensive review

Fatemeh Dehghan-Nayeri

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 51-62

Abstract
  Background: Bacterium-based fertilizers are functional bio-inoculants comprised different types of soil bacteria widely used for enhancing the growth of plants. The bacterial strains used for crafting biofertilizers mainly isolated from agricultural soils showed potential plant-growth-promoting traits ...  Read More

Original Article Plant Cell, Organ and Tissue Culture
6. Investigation of the effects of culture medium, type and concentration of growth regulators on branching and rooting of Mohammadi flower

Hamide Khajeh; Farzaneh Fazeli; Ayoub Mazaraei

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 63-72

Abstract
  Background: In vitro cultivation method, in addition to being a suitable method for propagating commercial rose cultivars with very high uniformity and in a short time. Today, it is considered as a desirable solution for correction through genetic correctness. Methods: In order to study the effect of ...  Read More

Review Article Genetic engineering
7. Microbial biotechnology for enhancing the production of strategic crop plants: Current trends and future perspectives

Ahmad Asgharzadeh

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 73-85

Abstract
  Background: Today, the application of microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi and alga for enhancing cashing crops growth has been increased. A wide-spectrum ranges of microorganisms have been isolated from rhizosphere, phyllosphere, soils and mines that showed potential benefits for enhancing plant production. ...  Read More

Review Article Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR)
8. Applications of PGPRs in edible mushrooms industry: a short overview

Ahmad Asgharzadeh

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 86-92

Abstract
  The growing body of evidence suggests that plant-growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPRs) are among most important soil microorganisms that could potentially affect the sustainable growth of plant species. To date, scientific investigations unraveled that various types of PGPRs have been isolated from ...  Read More

Review Article Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR)
9. Safety issues in soil biology laboratory: a perspective

Neda Alizadeh

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 93-102

Abstract
  Today, working under a highly controlled safety condition in biological laboratories is becoming an important issue among researchers. Working in such environments requires considerable levels of attention to hazardous agents, microbial pathogens and/or biological sources might enter the laboratory. ...  Read More