Volume 31 (2020)
Volume 30 (2019)
Volume 29 (2018)
Volume 28 (2017)
Volume 26 (2015)
Volume 25 (2014)
Volume 24 (2013)
Volume 23 (2012)
Volume 22 (2011)
Volume 21 (2010)
Volume 20 (2009)
Volume 19 (2008)
Volume 18 (2007)
Volume 17 (2006)
Volume 16 (2005)
Volume 15 (2004)
Volume 14 (2003)
Volume 13 (2002)
Volume 12 (2001)
Volume 11 (2000)
Volume 10 (1999)
Volume 9 (1998)
Volume 8 (1997)
Volume 7 (1996)
Volume 6 (1995)
Volume 5 (1994)
Volume 4 (1993)
Volume 3 (1992)
Volume 2 (1991)
Volume 1 (1990)
Volume 1 (1989)
1. Looking for Genetic Diversity in Iranian Apple Cultivars (Malus × domestica Borkh.)

Sh. Fazeli; M. Sheidai; F. Farahani2; Z. Noormohammadi

Volume 27, Issue 3 , Summer 2016, Pages 205-215

  The cultivated apple (Malus domestica) is one of the most important fruit crops cultivated in different regions of the world including Iran. For production and breeding of high quality apple, the knowledge of genetic diversity of the cultivated apples  is  necessary. Therefore we studied genetic ...  Read More

2. Preparation of ZnO Nanocrystals with Desired Morphology from Coordination Polymers through a Solid-state Decomposition Route

A. Abbasi; M. Gharib; M. Najafi

Volume 27, Issue 3 , Summer 2016, Pages 217-221

  One-dimensional (1D) coordination polymer, [Zn(4,4´-bpy)(H2O)4](ADC).4H2O (1) (4,4´-bpy = 4,4´-bipyridine and H2ADC = acetylenedicarboxylic acid), and three-dimensional (3D) metal-organic framework (MOF), Zn(ADC)2.(HTEA)2(2) (HTEA = triethylamine) were prepared at room temperature. ...  Read More

3. New Hybrid Nanomaterial Derived from Immobilization of 4-Formyl Benzo-9-Crown-3 Ether onto the Mesopores of MCM-41

M. Masteri-Farahani; R. Rahimpour

Volume 27, Issue 3 , Summer 2016, Pages 223-230

  In this work, we report a new hybrid nanomaterial based on the immobilization of 4-formyl benzo-9-crown-3 ether (FB9C3) onto the mesopores of MCM-41. First, the mesoporous molecular sieve MCM-41 was covalently grafted with 3-aminopropyl triethoxysilane to give aminopropyl modified MCM-41 (AmpMCM-41). ...  Read More

4. Sulfunic Acid Modifired MCM-41 Mesoporous Silica as an Efficient Nano-Catalyst for Synthesis of amides and lactams from Oximes Via Beckman Rearrangement

S. Eskandari; E. Tarizade; F. Teymouri

Volume 27, Issue 3 , Summer 2016, Pages 231-236

  Mesoporous MCM-41 silicas anchored with sulfonic acid (–SO3H) groups (denoted MSN-SA) via postsynthesis modification are very effective for the Beckman rearrangement. A simple and convenient procedure for conversion of a variety oximes to their corresponding amides and lactams has been developed. ...  Read More

5. Systematic of Albian - Cenomanian Gastropods and Bivalves from the Kazhdumi Formation, Zagros Basin

I. Maghfouri Moghaddam; P. Shams; M. Parvaneh Nejad Shirazi

Volume 27, Issue 3 , Summer 2016, Pages 237-252

  The Albian- Cenomanian (Kazhdumi Formation) sediments from northeast of Shiraz, Zagros Basin, represents a carbonate sedimentary succession and contain diverse gastropods and bivalves. Detailed studies on 80 samples of invertebrate macrofauna on two stratigraphic sections led to recognized 2 species ...  Read More

6. Structural Controls on Cu Metallogenesis in the Dehaj Area, Kerman Porphyry Copper Belt, Iran: A Remote Sensing Perspective

G. Mirzababaei; J. Shahabpour; A. Zarasvandi; S. M. Hayatolgheyb

Volume 27, Issue 3 , Summer 2016, Pages 253-267

  Structural analysis of remotely sensed data provides a method of assessing the structural significance of regional metallogenesis in the Dehaj area as the northwestern part of the Kerman porphyry Cu belt. This belt is consisted of dominant Eocene volcanics and the Dehaj type subvolcanic intrusives. In ...  Read More

7. A New Bootstrap Based Algorithm for Hotelling’s T2 Multivariate Control Chart

A. Mostajeran; N. Iranpanah; R. Noorossana

Volume 27, Issue 3 , Summer 2016, Pages 269-278

  Normality is a common assumption for many quality control charts. One should expect misleading results once this assumption is violated. In order to avoid this pitfall, we need to evaluate this assumption prior to the use of control charts which require normality assumption. However, in certain cases ...  Read More

8. Horizontal Subbundle on Lie Algebroids

M. Tayyebi; A. Heydari

Volume 27, Issue 3 , Summer 2016, Pages 279-285

  Providing an appropriate definition of a horizontal subbundle of a Lie algebroid will lead to construction of a better framework on Lie algebriods. In this paper, we give a new and natural definition of a horizontal subbundle using the prolongation of a Lie algebroid and then we show that any linear ...  Read More