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Review of Aphanius farsicus: a critically endangered species (Teleostei: Cyprinodontidae) in Iran
The systematics, morphology, phylogeny, distribution, biology, economic importance and conservation of the Fars tooth-carp, Aphanius farsicus of Iran are described, the species is illustrated, and aExpand
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Investigation of Gamma Radiation Effects on Morphological and Antagonistic Characteristics of Trichoderma harzianum
1 اد ، شن هتخومآ یسانشراک ،رون مایپ هاگشناد ،يزرواشک يژولونکتویب هورگ ،دشرا ،نارهت 2 ، رایداتسا يزرواشک هورگ هتسه هدکشهوژپ ،يا یتعنص و یکشزپ ،يزرواشک تاقیقحت ،یمتا يژرنا نامزاس جرک ، 3 ، یبرم يزرواشکExpand
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The Ecological Associations of Surface-Dwelling Lizards in Qom Province in the Northwest of Central Plateau of Iran
We used pitfall trapping to investigate the effects of elevation, plant density and soil structure on species diversity and the impact of these habitat factors on lizard habitat selectivity in theExpand
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Viral metagenomic analysis of fecal samples reveals an enteric virome signature in irritable bowel syndrome
Background Changes in the enteric microbiota have been suggested to contribute to gastrointestinal diseases, including irritable bowel syndrome. Most of the published work is on bacterial dysbiosisExpand
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Karyotype analysis of the king nase fish, Chondrostoma regium (Heckel, 1843) (Actinopterygii: Cyprinidae) from Iran.
The karyotypic and cytological characteristics of a native cyprinid fish of Iran Chondrostoma regium (Heckel, 1843) have been investigated by examining metaphase chromosomes spreads obtained fromExpand
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Embryo and larval development of Iranian Near Eastern Brown Frogs, Rana macrocnemis pseudodalmatina Eiselt & Schmidtler, 1971 (Amphibia: Ranidae), in Alang Dareh Forest, north-eastern Iran
Abstract In 2001 we studied the morphological development of the Near Eastern Brown Frog, Rana macrocnemis pseudodalmatina. 327 egg clutches were found at low water depths on the edges of Alang DarehExpand
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Minimizing the cost of translocation failure with decision-tree models that predict species' behavioral response in translocation sites.
The high number of failures is one reason why translocation is often not recommended. Considering how behavior changes during translocations may improve translocation success. To derive decision-treeExpand
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Towards the conservation of a critically endangered species, Aphanius farsicus: embryogenesis and development
Human-induced disturbance or anthropogenic activities, natural disturbance and also limited distribution, have forced Aphanius farsicus populations to the edge of extinction, during the past fewExpand
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Food supplementation reduces post-release dispersal during simulated translocation of the Endangered pygmy bluetongue lizard Tiliqua adelaidensis
Translocation is among several tools available to conservation managers, either to augment existing populations, or to establish populations in previously occupied habitat, or in habitat identifiedExpand
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Embryology and early ontogeny of an endemic tooth‐carp fish, Aphanius sophiae (Heckel, 1847)
Understanding embryonic development and ontogeny of species is a crucial part of any further biology, ecology and conservation studies. The present study describes the first detailed normal embryonicExpand
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