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  1. Background: The genetic origins of Nepalese ethnicities is an under-researched topic. As a result, conversation on this topic is dominated by legends, rumors, and blatant lies. Fortunately, advances in archaeogenetics over the last decade have shed important light on the ancestries of modern populations.

  2. 8 de feb. de 2016 · The Pyrus spp. belongs to the Rosaceae family (Bell 1990; Erfani et al. 2012).The chromosome number of pear is 2n = 2x = 34. Iran is recognized as an important source of genetic diversity of different plant species including fruit crops (Erfani et al. 2012).Pears are native to the west Asia and the East Europe as well as in different parts of Iran, especially in the west of it.

  3. The present study analysed the genetic constitution of wild grape populations distributed in the Zagros Mountains located in West Azerbaijan and Kurdistan Provinces in the north-west region of Iran (Sabeti, 1976) to (1) assess the level of genetic diversity; (2) determine the risk of extinction; (3) identify the most suitable conservation strategy.

  4. ABSTRACT Sometime between the late Bronze-Age and the early Iron-Age, Iran experienced a linguistic and population replacement. Approximately 2700 years ago, the Indo-Iranian Medes established the Median empire which stretched from north-west Pakistan westwards to Turkey, and thereby brought genetic, linguistic, as well as ideological changes to Iran. Although not much is known about this

  5. 16 de oct. de 2020 · Acer monspessulanum L. is an important tree species found in the temperate Zagros forests of Iran. Despite its importance, the long-term persistence of its small and fragmented populations is jeopardised by genetic erosion and hence, monitoring its genetic resource and variability is practically required for providing conservation measures of the species germplasm in Zagros woodland ecosystem.

  6. Assessing genetic diversity of Pyrus spp. in the central Zagros mountains based on morphological characters The morphological diversity and relationship among 138 pear genotypes, including 11 commercial cultivars and 127 wild pear accessions from central Zagros mountains located in the west of Iran, based on 64 morphological characters were studied.

  7. 1 de mar. de 2019 · As a result, in this paper a new genetic model of “dense brine refluxing” is presented to explain the origin of the anhydrite lumps (Fig. 12). During the early–middle Oligocene, the Lower Asmari clastic rocks and the Middle Asmari limestones were deposited in the Zagros foreland basin, which was then connected with an open sea (Fig. 12 a).