Ghader Mirzaghaderi
Ghader Mirzaghaderi
Department of Agronomy and Plant Breeding, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Kurdistan
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Induction of tetraploidy to feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium Schulz-Bip.): Morphological, physiological, cytological, and phytochemical changes
M Majdi, G Karimzadeh, MA Malboobi, R Omidbaigi, G Mirzaghaderi
HortScience 45 (1), 16-21, 2010
Isolation of wheat–rye 1RS recombinants that break the linkage between the stem rust resistance gene SrR and secalin
DR Anugrahwati, KW Shepherd, DC Verlin, P Zhang, G Mirzaghaderi, ...
Genome 51 (5), 341-349, 2008
The evolution of meiotic sex and its alternatives
G Mirzaghaderi, E Hörandl
Proc. R. Soc. B 283 (1838), 20161221, 2016
A simple metaphase chromosome preparation from meristematic root tip cells of wheat for karyotyping or in situ hybridization
G Mirzaghaderi
African Journal of Biotechnology 9 (3), 314-318, 2010
Development of wheat–Lophopyrum elongatum recombinant lines for enhanced sodium ‘exclusion’during salinity stress
DJ Mullan, G Mirzaghaderi, E Walker, TD Colmer, MG Francki
Theoretical and applied genetics 119 (7), 1313-1323, 2009
IdeoKar: an ideogram constructing and karyotype analyzing software
G Mirzaghaderi, K Marzangi
Caryologia 68 (1), 31-35, 2015
Molecular-cytogenetic analysis of Aegilops triuncialis and identification of its chromosomes in the background of wheat
G Mirzaghaderi, A Houben, ED Badaeva
Molecular Cytogenetics 7 (1), 1-7, 2014
Revisiting Pivotal-Differential Genome Evolution in Wheat
G Mirzaghaderi, AS Mason
Trends in Plant Science 22, 674–684, 2017
Unreduced gamete formation in wheat× Aegilops spp. hybrids is genotype specific and prevented by shared homologous subgenomes
Z Fakhri, G Mirzaghaderi, S Ahmadian, AS Mason
Plant Cell Reports 35 (5), 1143-1154, 2016
A Robertsonian translocation from Thinopyrum bessarabicum into bread wheat confers high iron and zinc contents
S Ardalani, G Mirzaghaderi, H Badakhshan
Plant Breeding 135 (3), 286-290, 2016
Spatial modulation and abiotic elicitors responses of the biosynthesis related genes of mono/triterpenes in black cumin (Nigella sativa)
R Elyasi, M Majdi, B Bahramnejad, G Mirzaghaderi
Industrial Crops and Products 79, 240-247, 2016
Broadening the bread wheat D genome
G Mirzaghaderi, AS Mason
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 132 (5), 1295-1307, 2019
Molecular cytogenetic analysis reveals evolutionary relationships between polyploid Aegilops species
Z Abdolmalaki, G Mirzaghaderi, AS Mason, ED Badaeva
Plant Systematics and Evolution 305 (6), 459–475, 2019
Cytogenetic analysis of hybrids derived from wheat and Tritipyrum using conventional staining and genomic in situ hybridization
G Mirzaghaderi, G Karimzadeh, HS Hassani, M Jalali-Javaran, ...
Biologia Plantarum 54 (2), 252-258, 2010
C-banded karyotype of Thinopyrum bessarabicum and identification of its chromosomes in wheat background
G Mirzaghaderi, HS Hassani, G Karimzadeh
Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 57 (3), 319-324, 2010
Effects of growth regulators on in vitro callogenesis and regeneration of black cumin (Nigella sativa).
S Hoseinpanahi, M Majdi, G Mirzaghaderi
Iranian Journal of Rangelands and Forests Plant Breeding and Genetic …, 2016
Wheat-rye translocation in Iranian bread wheat cultivars and their ion distribution in response to salinity stress
G Mirzaghaderi, G Zeinali, M Rafiepour, G Karimzadeh
Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology 13, 1163-1172, 2011
Genetic diversity analysis of Iranian Nigella sativa L. landraces using SCoT markers and evaluation of adjusted polymorphism information content
K Mirzaei, G Mirzaghaderi
Plant Genetic Resources 15 (1), 64-71, 2017
Karyotypic Variation and Karyomorphology in Iranian Endemic Ecotypes of Plantago ovata Forsk.
D Ebadi-Almas, G Karimzadeh, G Mirzaghaderi
Cytologia 77 (2), 215-223, 2012
Unreduced gamete formation in wheat: Aegilops triuncialis interspecific hybrids leads to spontaneous complete and partial amphiploids
G Mirzaghaderi, N Fathi
Euphytica 206 (1), 67-75, 2015
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