Hi, I am Farhad Nazarian Firouzabadi, My LiveDNA is 98.1608
Dr. Farhad Nazarian Firouzabadi
Highest Degree: PostDoc. in Starch Modification from Wageningen University and Research Centre, Netherlands
Institute: Lorestan University of Medical Science, Iran
Area of Interest: Plant and Soil Sciences
  •   Plant Biotechnology
  •   Plant Genetics
  •   Plant Biology
  •   Plant Breeding
URL: http://livedna.org/98.1608
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Ahmadi, H. and F.N. Firouzabadi, 2007. The inheritance and chromosomal location of morphological traits in wild wheat, Triticum turgidum L. ssp. dicoccoides. Euphytica, 158: 103-108.
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2:   Firouzabadi, F.N., G.A. Kok-Jacon, J.P. Vincken, Q. Ji, L.C.J.M. Suurs and R.G.F. Visser, 2007. Fusion proteins comprising the catalytic domain of mutansucrase and a starch-binding domain can alter the morphology of amylose-free potato starch granules during biosynthesis. Transgenic Res., 16: 645-656.
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3:   Firouzabadi, F.N., J.P. Vincken, Q. Ji, L.C. Suurs and R.G.F. Visser, 2007. Expression of an engineered granule-bound Escherichia coli maltose acetyltransferase in wild-type and amf potato plants. Plant Biotechnol. J., 5: 134-145.
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4:   Firouzabadi, F.N., J.P. Vincken, Q. Ji, L.C. Suurs, A. Buleon and R.G.F. Visser, 2007. Accumulation of multiple-repeat starch-binding domains (SBD2-SBD5) does not reduce amylose content of potato starch granules. Planta, 225: 919-933.
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5:   Naghavi, A., M.K. Habibi and F.N. Firouzabadi, 2008. Detection and identification of some soybean viral mosaic viruses, using molecular techniques in lorestan province, South West of Iran. Asian J. Plant Sci., 7: 557-562.
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6:   Otroshy, M., F. F.N. Firouzabadi and P.C. Struik, 2010. Effects of temperature fluctuation during in vitro phase on in vitro microtuber production in different cultivars of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.). Plant Cell Tissue Cult., 98: 213-218.
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