Academic Positions

  • Assistant professor2013

    Department of Agronomy and Plant Breeding

  • Assistant professor2018

    Department of Agronomy and Plant Breeding

Educations

  • -0001Bachelor of Science

    Plant Production Engineering

    University of Mohaghegh Ardabili

  • -0001Master of Science

    Agricultural Engineering

    University of Zabol

  • 2018Ph.D

    Agricultural Biotechnology

    University of Zabol

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In vitro antibacterial activity of seven extract plant against Morganella morgani

yasuob shiri,,سعيده سعيدي
English , International Research Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences , Year : 2013 , Pages: 1311-1313, ISSN:2251-838X Journal Paper

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In vitro antibacterial activity of Myrtus communis against Morganella morgani

yasuob shiri,,سعيده سعيدي
English , International Research Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences , Year : 2013 , Pages: 1297-1299, ISSN:2251-838X Journal Paper

Abstract

Antibacterial activity of Zataria multiflora Boiss extract Against E.coli Causing Urinary Tract Infection

yasuob shiri,,سعيده سعيدي
English , International Research Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences , Year : 2013 , Pages: 1300-1303, ISSN:2251-838X Journal Paper

Abstract

Activity of Some Iranian Plant Extracts against Multi-Drug Resistant Human Pathogens Isolated from Urinary Tract Infections

yasuob shiri,سعيده سعيدي,
ثبت نشده , ثبت نشده , Year : 2014 , Pages: 50-54, ISSN: Journal Paper

Abstract

Antimicrobial activity of trachyspermum ammi essential oil against human bacterial

yasuob shiri
IRAN , International Journal of Advanced Biological and Biomedical Research , Year : 2014 , Pages: 18-24, ISSN:2322-4827 Journal Paper

Abstract

THE ROLE OF BIOTECHNOLOGY IN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE

yasuob shiri,,
ثبت نشده , ثبت نشده , Year : 2014 , Pages: 17-21, ISSN: Journal Paper

Abstract

Antibacterial activities of Cuminum cyminum Linn Essential Oil Against Multi-Drug resistant Escherichia coli

yasuob shiri
ثبت نشده , ثبت نشده , Year : 2014 , Pages: 18739-18739, ISSN: Journal Paper

Abstract

PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY AND ETHICAL ISSUES

yasuob shiri,Barat Ali Fakheri,mohamad forouzandeh
ثبت نشده , ثبت نشده , Year : 2014 , Pages: 2957-2961, ISSN: Journal Paper

Abstract

EFFECT OF SEEDS INOCULATION BY PLANT GROWTH PROMOTING BACTERIA ON SEEDLING GROWTH OF FIVE WHEAT CULTIVARS UNDER GREENHOUSE EXPERIMENT

mohamad forouzandeh,,yasuob shiri
India , Indian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Life Sciences , Year : 2014 , Pages: 2929-2935, ISSN:2231-6345 Journal Paper

Abstract

ABSTRACT In order to study effect of seed inoculation with plant growth promoting bacteria on seedling growth of five wheat cultivars a greenhouse experiment was conducted in the agricultural research institute, university of zabol, IR Iran in year 2014. A completely randomized design based on factorial arrangement with three replications was used. The first factor consisted of five cultivars of wheat (Hamoon, Croos bolani, Hirmand, Bam, Kalak afghan) and the second one was bio-fertilizer types (Phosphate solubilizing bacteria, Bio-phosphor, Nitroxin, Nitro-kara, Mixed and distilled water as control). In this experiment traits measured including, root length, shoot length, shoot fresh weight, root fresh weight, number of leaf, root dry weight, shoot dry weight and root to shoot ratio. The croos bolani cultivar recorded higher shoot length (174.38 mm) followed by kalak afghan cultivar (139.58 mm) and the least was in hamoon cultivar (96.41 mm). In interaction between cultivar and bio-fertilizer were obtained the highest shoot fresh weight was related to kalak afghan and phosphate solubilizing bacteria (C5B1) treatment with mean (0.21 gr). The highest (0.027) and lowest (0.022) levels of shoot dry weight were obtained in bio-phosphor (B2) and control (B6) treatment, respectively. In interaction between cultivar and bio-fertilizer were obtained the highest root to shoot ratio was related to hirmand cultivar and nitroxin (C3B3) treatment with mean (1.4)

STUDY OF GERMINATION AND SEEDLING GROWTH OF BLACK CUMIN (NIGELLA SATIVA L.) TREATED BY HYDRO AND OSMOPRIMING UNDER SALT STRESS CONDITIONS

yasuob shiri,احمد احمدیان,mohamad forouzandeh
Poland , Cercetari Agronomice in Moldova , Year : 2015 , Pages: 69-78, ISSN:0379-5837 Journal Paper

Abstract

The objective of the study was to determine the responsible factors for germination and early seedling growth due to salt toxicity or osmotic effect and to optimize the best priming treatment for these stress conditions. To study the effect of osmopriming and hydropriming on germination and seedling growth of black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) under salt stress conditions this experiment was conducted at Torbat-Heydariyeh University, Torbat, Iran. The treated seeds (control, hydropriming and ZnSO4) of black cumin were evaluated at germination and seedling growth for tolerance to salt (NaCl and Na2SO4) conditions at the same water potentials of 0.0, -0.3, -0.6, -0.9 and -1.2MPa. Electrical conductivity (EC) values of the NaCl solutions were 0.0, 6.5, 12.7, 18.4 and 23.5 dSm-1, respectively. Results showed that hydropriming increased germination and seedling growth under salt stress. Germination delayed in both solutions, having variable germination with different priming treatments. In NaCl treatment, germination percentage, root and shoot weight, shoot and root length were higher but mean germination time and abnormal germination percentage were lower than Na2SO4, at the same water potential. The root / shoot weight and R/S length enhanced with increase of osmotic potential in both NaCl and Na2SO4 solutions. NaCl had less inhibitor effect on seedling growth than the germination. It was concluded that inhibition of germination at the same water potential of NaCl and Na2SO4 resulted from salt toxicity rather than osmotic effect. The findings of this experiment can be useful and applied to achieve best germination and uniform emergence under field conditions for farmers of medicinal plants.

Unraveling the transcriptional complexity of compactness in sistan grape cluster

yasuob shiri,,اسماعیل ابراهیمی,Abbasali Emamjomeh,جواد ظهیری
Netherlands , Plant science , Year : 2018 , Pages: 198-208, ISSN:0168-9452 Journal Paper

Abstract

Abstract Yaghooti grape of Sistan is the earliest ripening grape in Iran, harvested every May annually. It is adapted to dry conditions in Sistan region and its water requirement is less than the other grape cultivars. The transcriptional complexity of this grape was studied in three stages of cluster development. Totally, 24121 genes were expressed in different cluster development steps (step 1: cluster formation, step 2: berry formation, step 3: final size of cluster) of which 3040 genes in the first stage, 2381 genes in the second stage and 2400 genes in the third stage showed a significant increase in expression. GO analysis showed that when the clusters are ripening, the activity of the nucleus, cytoplasmic, cytosol, membrane and chloroplast genes in the cluster architecture cells decreases. In contrast, the activity of the endoplasmic reticulum, vacuole and extracellular region genes enhances. When Yaghooti grape is growing and developing, some of metabolic pathways were activated in the response to biotic and abiotic stresses. Gene co-expression network reconstruction showed that AGAMOUS is a key gene in compactness of Sistan grape cluster, because it influences on expression of GA gene which leads to increase cluster length and berries size.

Gibberellin causes wide transcriptional modifications in the early stage of grape cluster development

yasuob shiri,,اسماعیل ابراهیمی,Abbasali Emamjomeh,جواد ظهیری
English , Genomics , Year : 2019 , Pages: 0-0, ISSN:0888-7543 Journal Paper

Abstract

Yaghooti grape of Sistan is seedless, early ripening but has compact clusters. To study gibberellin effect on cluster compactness of Yaghooti grape, it has been studied transcriptomic changes in three developmental stages (cluster formation, berry formation and final size of cluster). We found out that 5409 of 22,756 genes in cluster tissue showed significant changes under gibberellin. Finally, it was showed that 2855, 2862 and 497 genes have critically important role on above developmental stages, respectively. GO enrichment analysis showed that gibberellin enhances biochemical pathways activity. Moreover, genes involved in ribosomal structure and photosynthesis rate in cluster tissue were up- and down- regulated, respectively. In addition, we observed location of metabolomic activities was transferred from nucleus to cytoplasm and from cytoplasm to cell wall and intercellular spaces during cluster development; but there is not such situation in gibberellin treated samples.

بررسي تنوع آللي و شناسايي زيرواحدهاي سنگين گلوتنين در اقام زراعي گندم نان ايران با استفاده از نشانگرهاي اختصاصي

یعثوب شیری,محمود سلوکی
هشتمين همايش ملي بيوتكنولوژي و چهارمين همايش ملي ايمني زيستي ايران ، سال : 2013 مقاله کنفرانسی

چکیده

بررسي تنوع ژنتيكي زيرواحدهاي سنگين گلوتنين در برخي از گندم هاي دوروم ايران با استفاده از نشانگرهاي اختصاصي

یعثوب شیری,محمود سلوکی
ثبت نشده ، سال : -0001 مقاله کنفرانسی

چکیده

بررسي اثر ضدميكروبي عصاره گياهي سنا بر روي پاتوژن هاي بيماري زا

یعثوب شیری
نخستين همايش ملي كاربرد گياهان دارويي در سبك زندگي و طب سنتي ، سال : 2013 مقاله کنفرانسی

چکیده

بررسي فعاليت ضدميكروبي اسانس مرزه در برابرپاتوژن هاي انساني

یعثوب شیری
ثبت نشده ، سال : -0001 مقاله کنفرانسی

چکیده

بررسي اثر ضدميكروبي اسانس زنيان در برابر باكتري هاي مقاوم به آنتي بيوتيك هاي مختلف

یعثوب شیری
ثبت نشده ، سال : -0001 مقاله کنفرانسی

چکیده

New methods of sequencing and new bioinformatics studies in Yaghooti grape transcriptome

Abbasali Emamjomeh,yasuob shiri
هشتمین همایش بیوانفورماتیک ایران , Year : 2019 Conferance Paper

Abstract

Recently revolutionary technologies are simultaneously appearing in novel methods of sequencing, called massively parallel sequencing. New sequencing methods are widely used to sequence unknown genomes and investigate the location of protein and DNA interactions. More recently, an increasing number of studies have demonstrated the potential for the sequencing of total cDNA to observe the whole transcriptome. In a RNA-Seq experiment, it can be derived not only an accurate, quantitative measurement of individual gene expression, but also it can be discovered the novel transcribed regions. Moreover, this methodology provides a comprehensive studying for alternative splicing sites. We have reviewed an overview of transcriptomic analysis methods and the benefits of new techniques compared by old methods in the grapevine transcriptome studies. Finally, we will describe our experience using the RNA-Seq method to evaluate Yaghooti grape transcriptome. This experiment was to identify the mechanism involved in the grape cluster compactness. The results indicated that AG gene controls the cluster compactness in Yaghooti grapevine.

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