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Modulation of callus growth and secondary metabolites in different Thymus species and Zataria multiflora micropropagated under ZnO nanoparticles stress
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Evaluating the potential effect of ZnO nanoparticles (NPs) on callus proliferation and thymol and carvacrol production in three Thymus species revealed simple and cost‐effective method to be applied on industrial level for production of enhanced secondary metabolites content.
Essential oils, chemical constituents, antioxidant, antibacterial and in vitro cytotoxic activity of different Thymus species and Zataria multiflora collected from Iran
Abstract The present study evaluated the essential oil (EO) compositions, total phenolics (TPC), total flavonoids (TFD), total flavonols (TFL), anthocyanin (Ant) and biological activities of three
A Review : Comparison between Grazing Behavior of Cattle and Sheep
The aim of this study was to investigate the behavior of cattle and sheep grazing and expression of behavioral differences between cattle and sheep is because, to thereby allow grazing management
Identification of chemical components in Zataria multiflora callus by GC-Mass analysis
Background and objectives: A modern biotechnological technique to obtain useful natural products from plants is to isolate them from their callus. Zataria multiflora is a bushy herb of the Lamiaceae
Use of Soybean Fatty Acids and Soybean Calcium Salt Fatty Acids in Broiler Chickens Diets
This study was carried out to investigate the effect of soybean fatty acids and soybean calcium salt fatty acids on yield, carcass efficiency, pancreas percentage and abdominal percentage in broiler
Effect of Betaine Hydrochloride in Diet on De novo Lipogenesis in Liver of Broiler
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The findings suggest that ACC and FAS activities in broiler, is less responsive to betaine supplementation, taking into account all the factors affecting enzyme activity of FAS and ACC.
Optimization of callus induction of Zataria multiflora under the effect of different plant growth regulators and explant source
Background and objectives: The Lamiaceae family is rich in favorable secondary metabolites which have different medicinal properties and also use in food, cosmetic and sanitary industry. Zataria