A. R. Maghsoudlou

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Two new polyclad species, from northern intertidal zone and shallow rocky shores of the Persian Gulf, Discocelispersica sp. nov. and Discocelis hollemani sp. nov., are described. D. persica possesses a thick and broadly oval body tapering somewhat posteriorly, without any obvious color pattern; with marginal eyes extended around the anterior margin of the(More)
A new species of acotylean polyclad, Imogine qeshmensis sp. nov. is described from Qeshm Island, Persian Gulf, Iran. I. qeshmensis is characterized by the number and arrangement of the tentacular, cerebral and frontal eyes, a body margin with opaque white bands and eyespots and a male genital complex with an highly muscular seminal vesicle equal in size to(More)
One of the challenges in designing computer networks is "queue management and congestion avoidance". There are several studies for congestion reduction and controlling such as random early detection (RED) and its variants. More recent works on developing congestion avoidance methods include modeling a TCP flow in an active queue management (AQM) of a(More)
Very little information is available regarding marine free-living flatworms not only from Iran, but throughout the countries surrounding the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman. The present study first introduces a new euryleptid species, and then reports four pseudocerotid polyclads which inhabit Iranian shallow rocky shores of the Persian Gulf and the Gulf(More)
A. Maghsoudlou Islamic Azad University Aliabad Katul Branch, Golestan State, Iran, e-mail: afshin_m_ir@yahoo.com R. Barzamini Islamic Azad University Aliabad Katul Branch, Golestan State, Iran, Iran Power Development Company (IPDC), 3 Shahid Shahamati Street, Vali Asr Avenue, Tehran, Iran, e-mail: barzamini@gist.ac.kr K. D. Farahani Iran Power Development(More)
New record and new species of the families Melitidae Bousfield, 1973 and Maeridae Krapp-Schickel, 2008 are described from the Iranian shorelines of the Persian Gulf. Melita persia sp. nov. is differentiated from other members of M. zeylanica Stebbing, 1904 group by: the presence of two setae on inner ramus of third uropod, the setal arrangement on the(More)
Parhyale darvishi sp. nov., is described. The new species is characterized by a naked posterior margin on the propodus of pereopods 5-7, a special arrangement of robust setae on the first male gnathopod and a lack of dense fine setae on the second antennae. Parhyale darvishi sp. nov. is distributed from the western coasts of the Persian Gulf to the eastern(More)
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