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Plantes et Système de cultures Horticoles

Plantes et Systèmes de culture Horticoles

curriculum vitae Ebrahim Hadavi

CV Ebrahim Hadavi

Ebrahim Hadavi, PhD

Assistant Prof.

Education

Sep 1999 – Sep 2003

Azad University Tehran Science and Research Branch

Doctor of Philosophy, Horticultural Science

, Iran

Sep 1997 – Sep 1999

Azad University Tehran Science and Research Branch

MS, Horticultural Sciences

, Iran

Sep 1990 – Jul 1994

University of Tabriz

BSc, Horticultural Science

, Iran

Research Experience

Jul 2013 – Feb 2014

Visiting Faculty

Gyeongsang National University, Department of Horticulture

Jinju, South Korea

Jan 2011

 

Islamic Azad University Karaj Branch,

Karaj, Iran

Jan 2005

 

Islamic Azad University Tehran Science and Research Branch,

Tehrān, Iran

 

Publication Highlights

Bijan Salahi, Ebrahim Hadavi, Seyed Mahmood Samar: Foliar iron sulphate-organic acids sprays improve the performance of oriental plane tree in calcareous soil better than soil treatments. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 12/2016; 21., DOI:10.1016/j.ufug.2016.12.001

Z Farajollahzadeh, E Hadavi, A Khandan-Mirkohi: Introducing a Potentially Organic Hydroponics System in Production of Pot Gerbera Flowers. Acta horticulturae 01/2013; 1037:1075-1082., DOI:10.17660/ActaHortic.2014.1037.142

Ziba Mirzajani, Ebrahim Hadavi, Abdolkarim Kashi: Changes in the essential oil content and selected traits of sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum L.) as induced by foliar sprays of citric acid and salicylic acid. Industrial Crops and Products 12/2015; 76:269-274., DOI:10.1016/j.indcrop.2015.06.052

N. Jaafari, E. Hadavi: Growth and essential oil yield of Basil (Ocimum basilicum L.) as affected by foliar spray of citric acid and salicylic acid. Journal of medicinal and spice plants 06/2012; 17(2-2):80-83.

Ebrahim Hadavi: Several physical properties of aflatoxin-contaminated pistachio nuts: Application of BGY fluorescence for separation of aflatoxin-contaminated nuts. Food Additives and Contaminants 12/2005; 22(11):1144-53., DOI:10.1080/02652030500306976

Journal Publications

  1. Bijan Salahi, Ebrahim Hadavi, Seyed Mahmood Samar: Foliar iron sulphate-organic acids sprays improve the performance of oriental plane tree in calcareous soil better than soil treatments. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 12/2016; 21., DOI:10.1016/j.ufug.2016.12.001
  2. Saboory, E. Hadavi, A. Imani: Foliar sprays based on malic acid, citric acid and potassium sulfate improve several qualitative and quantitative traits of pistachio nuts. Acta horticulturae 02/2016;, DOI:10.17660/ActaHortic.2016.1109.22
  3. J. Ezan, E. Hadavi, S.M. Miri: Improving the bud take rate in conventional patch budding of Persian walnut by applying a paste of the DKW semi-solid medium enriched with plant growth regulators. Acta horticulturae 02/2016;, DOI:10.17660/ActaHortic.2016.1109.21
  4. Yaser Mollapur, Seied Mehdi Miri, Ebrahim Hadavi: Comparison of foliar fertilizers and growth regulators on pre-harvest drop and fruit quality of ‘Thompson Navel’ orange. 01/2016; 1(1):112-117., DOI:10.1515/opag-2016-0015
  5. Jose M. Garcia-Mina, Ebrahim Hadavi: Editorial: Organic-Based Foliar Biostimulation and Nutrition in Plants. Frontiers in Plant Science 01/2016; 6., DOI:10.3389/fpls.2015.01131
  6. Ziba Mirzajani, Ebrahim Hadavi, Abdolkarim Kashi: Changes in the essential oil content and selected traits of sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum L.) as induced by foliar sprays of citric acid and salicylic acid. Industrial Crops and Products 12/2015; 76:269-274., DOI:10.1016/j.indcrop.2015.06.052
  7. E Radmanesh, Naghdi Badi, Hadavi E, Mehrafarin A: Shoot Growth, Gamma-Terpinene and Essential Oil Content of Satureja hortensis L. in Response to Foliar Application of FeSO 4 and Citric Acid.
  8. Nima Jaafari, Hossein Hadavand Mirzaei, Tahereh Hasanloo, Ebrahim Hadavi: Manipulating Essential Oil Composition of Dill (Anethum graveolens L.) by Using Preharvest Foliar Sprays of Citric Acid and Malic Acid. Journal of essential oil-bearing plants JEOP 05/2015; 18(3)., DOI:10.1080/0972060X.2014.977566
  9. Fatemeh Begri, Ebrahim Hadavi, Amrollah Nabigol: Positive Interaction Of Ethanol With Malic Acid In Postharvest Physiology Of Cut Spray Carnation ‘White Natila’. 03/2015; 22(2):19-30., DOI:10.2478/johr-2014-0018
  10. Noushin Ghazijahani, Ebrahim Hadavi, Byoung R Jeong: Foliar sprays of citric acid and salicylic acid alter the pattern of root acquisition of some minerals in sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum L.). Frontiers in Plant Science 10/2014; 5., DOI:10.3389/fpls.2014.00573
  11. Majid Talebi, Ebrahim Hadavi, Nima Jaafari: Foliar Sprays of Citric Acid and Malic Acid Modify Growth, Flowering, and Root to Shoot Ratio of Gazania (Gazania rigens L.): A Comparative Analysis by ANOVA and Structural Equations Modeling. 10/2014; 2014., DOI:10.1155/2014/147278
  12. Foroutan Nia, Mehrafarin A, Hadavi E, Naghdi Badi H: The Influences of Bio-stimulators Compounds on Growth Traits and Essential Oil Content of Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.).
  13. Behrouz Eidyan, Ebrahim Hadavi, Noorollah Moalemi: Pre-harvest foliar application of iron sulfate and citric acid combined with urea fertigation affects growth and vase life of tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa L.)‘Por-Par’. Horticulture, Environment and Biotechnology 02/2014; 55(1):9-13., DOI:10.1007/s13580-014-0061-2
  14. Maryam Jamshidi, Ebrahim Hadavi, Roohangiz Naderi: Combination of salicylic acid, malic acid and urea enhances the vase life of cut gerbera flowers on par with selected treatments. International Journal of Postharvest Technology and Innovation 01/2014; 4(2):235-250., DOI:10.1504/IJPTI.2014.068739
  15. Badiri, B. Mirshekari, Ebrahim Hadavi, A. Hamidi: Effect of seeds priming with micronutrients on growth, seed yield and mucilage of plantain.
  16. MR Hajreza, E Hadavi, AA Zeynanlou, MH Mirzapour, MR Naeini: Effect of different levels of citric acid and salicylic acid at pre-harvesting stage on vase-life of rose (Rosa hybrida L.) cut flower.
  17. M Ashtari, E Hadavi, J Hekmati: Application of Various Levels of Malic Acid and Salicylic Acid as Pulse Treatment on Durability of ‘Utopia’Cut Rose. Acta horticulturae 11/2013; 1012(1012)., DOI:10.17660/ActaHortic.2013.1012.52
  18. F Farshid, E Hadavi, J Hekmati: Glutamin and Malic Acid Increased the Vase Life of Cut Rose Flowers (‘Avalanch’). Acta horticulturae 11/2013; 1012(1012)., DOI:10.17660/ActaHortic.2013.1012.59
  19. Samaneh Banaee, Ebrahim Hadavi, Pejman Moradi: Interaction Effect of Sucrose, Salicylic Acid and 8-hydroxyquinoline Sulfate on Vase-life of Cut Gerbera Flowers. 08/2013; 1(1-1):39-43., DOI:10.12944/CARJ.1.1.05
  20. Samaneh Banaee, Ebrahim Hadavi, Pejman Moradi: Effect of Ascorbic Acid, 8-Hydroxyquinoline Sulfate and Sucrose on the Longevity and Anthocyanin Content of Cut Gerbera Flowers. 08/2013; 1(1-1):29-33., DOI:10.12944/CARJ.1.1.03
  21. Z Farajollahzadeh, E Hadavi, A Khandan-Mirkohi: Introducing a Potentially Organic Hydroponics System in Production of Pot Gerbera Flowers. Acta horticulturae 01/2013; 1037:1075-1082., DOI:10.17660/ActaHortic.2014.1037.142
  22. Mahsa Azizi Yeganeh, Ebrahim Hadavi, Manouchehr Kalhori: Effects of salicylic acid on quality of ‘Bidaneh Sefid’table grapes during cold storage.
  23. M Ashtari, E Hadavi, J Hekmati: Application of various levels of Malic acid and salicylic acid as short-term treatments on durability of cut Rose cv. Avalanch.
  24. M. Amani, E. Hadavi, A. Tajabadipour, H. Hokmabadi: Distribution of Brown Kernel as an Index for Aflatoxin Presence among Three Cultivars of Pistachio. Acta horticulturae 10/2012; 963(963):143-146., DOI:10.17660/ActaHortic.2012.963.24
  25. Mehdi Amani, Ebrahim Hadavi, Hosein Hokmabadi, Ali Tajabadipour: A Study on the Relationship between Hull Type and Nut Weight among Three Cultivars of Pistachio Nut. Acta horticulturae 10/2012; 963(963):203-206., DOI:10.17660/ActaHortic.2012.963.32
  26. N. Jafari, E. Hadavi: Growth and Essential Oil Yield of Dill (Anethum graveolens) as Affected by Foliar Sprays of Citric Acid and Malic Acid. Acta horticulturae 08/2012; 955(955):287-290., DOI:10.17660/ActaHortic.2012.955.42
  27. M Taghi Khosravi, A. Mehrafarin, H Naghdi Badi, E. Hadavi, R. Hajiaghaee, E. Khosravi: Phytochemical and growth responses of purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea L.) to hydroalcoholic solutions. Planta Medica 07/2012; 78(11-11):PG3., DOI:10.1055/s-0032-1320646
  28. N. Jaafari, E. Hadavi: Growth and essential oil yield of Basil (Ocimum basilicum L.) as affected by foliar spray of citric acid and salicylic acid. Journal of medicinal and spice plants 06/2012; 17(2-2):80-83.
  29. M. Kazemi, E. Hadavi, J. Hekmati: Effect of Salicylic Acid, Malic Acid, Citric Acid and Sucrose on Antioxidant Activity, Membrane Stability and ACC-oxidase Activity in Relation to Vase Life of Carnation Cut Flowers. Journal of Plant Sciences 02/2012; 8(2-6):2053-2063., DOI:10.3923/jps.2012.78.84
  30. E S Mousavi, M Behbahani, E Hadavi, S M Miri, N Karimi: PLANT REGENERATION IN EUSTOMA GRANDIFLORUM FROM AXILLARIES BUDS (GENTINACEAE).
  31. E S Mousavi, M Behbahani, E Hadavi, S M Miri: Callus induction and plant regeneration in lisianthus (Eustoma grandiflorium).
  32. M. Hossieni, M. Mostafavi, E. Hadavi, M. Rezaei: Evaluation of Ascorbic Acid, Citric Acid and Sodum Metabi-Sulfite Effect on Physcochemical and Organoleptical Properties Dried Apricot (Prunus Armeniaca L. Var Jahangiri).
  33. Sabzi, E. Hadavi, J. Hekmati: Effect of different levels of malic acid and salicylic acid in preservative solution on the quality and vase life of cut rose flowers cultivars (Utopia).
  34. ES Mousavi, M. Behbahani, E. Hadavi, SM Miri, N. Karimi: PLANT REGENERATION IN EUSTOMA GRANDIFLORUM FROM AXILLARIES BUDS (GENTINACEAE).
  35. M. Jamshidi, E. Hadavi, R. Naderi: Effects of Salicylic Acid and Malic Acid on vase life and bacterial and yeast populations of preservative solution in cut Gerbera flowers.
  36. ES Mousavi, M. Behbahani, E. Hadavi, SM Miri: Callus induction and plant regeneration in lisianthus (Eustoma grandiflorium).
  37. Mehrafarin, H. Naghdibadi, M. Pourhadi, E. Hadavi, N. Qavami, Z. Kadkhoda: Phytochemical and Agronomical Response of Peppermint (Mentha piperita L.) To Bio-Fertilizers and Urea Fertilizer Application.
  38. N. Darandeh, E. Hadavi, M. Shoor: Effect of FeSO 4, methanol and H 2SO 4 sprays on chlorophyll content of lilium 'Brunello'. Acta horticulturae 07/2011; 900:217-222.
  39. M. Kazemi, E. Hadavi, J. Hekmati: Role of Salicylic Acid in Decreases of Membrane Senescence in Cut Carnation Flowers. American Journal of Plant Physiology 02/2011; 6(2-2):106-112., DOI:10.3923/ajpp.2011.106.112
  40. S. Zamani, E. Hadavi, M. Kazemi, J. Hekmati: Effect of some chemical treatments on keeping quality and vase life of Chrysanthemum cut flowers. World Applied Sciences Journal 01/2011; 12(11-11):1962-1966.
  41. Ramtin, A. Khalighi, E. Hadavi, J. Hekmati: Effects of pinching and gibberellic acid on increasing the number of cuttings from Poinsettia pulcherrima.
  42. Ramtin, A. Khalighi, E. Hadavi, J. Hekmati: Effect of different IBA concentrations and types of cuttings on rooting and flowering Poinsettia pulcherrima L.
  43. N. Ghazijahani, H. Fahimi, E. Hadavi: Preliminary Evaluation of a New Polymeric Biocide as a Preservative in Plant in vitro Culture. Journal of Applied Biological Sciences 01/2011; 2:29-32.
  44. Noushin Ghazijahani, Hamid Fahimi, Ahmad Majd, Vali Borimnejad, Ebrahim Hadavi: Effect of rhythmic auxin application on shoot morphogenesis in carrot (Daucus carota L.) callus tissue. Biological Rhythm Research 01/2011; 43(6)., DOI:10.1080/09291016.2011.631791
  45. S. Ansari, Ebrahim Hadavi, M. Salehi, P. Moradi: Application of Microorganisms Compared with Nanopar-ticles of Silver, Humic Acid and Gibberellic Acid on Vase Life of Cut Gerbera Goodtimming.
  46. Nafiseh Darandeh, Ebrahim Hadavi: Effect of Pre-Harvest Foliar Application of Citric Acid and Malic Acid on Chlorophyll Content and Post-Harvest Vase Life of Lilium cv. Brunello. Frontiers in Plant Science 01/2011; 2(106):106., DOI:10.3389/fpls.2011.00106
  47. M. Kazemi, E. Hadavi, J. Hekmati: The effect of malic acid on the bacteria populations of cut flowers of carnations vase solution.
  48. N. Darandeh, E. Hadavi, M. Shoor: EFFECT OF FESO4, METHANOL AND H2SO4 SPRAYS ON CHLOROPHYLL CONTENT OF LILIUM'BRUNELLO'. Acta horticulturae 01/2010; 900(900):217-221., DOI:10.17660/ActaHortic.2011.900.26
  49. H. Alinejad, E. Hadavi: Effects of STS, Akacid and 8-Hydroxy-Quinoline Sulfate on the Vase Life and Colony Count of Preservative Solution in Lilium candidum. Acta horticulturae 01/2010; 900(900):289-294., DOI:10.17660/ActaHortic.2011.900.36
  50. E. Hadavi: A New Approach to Postharvest Nut Storage for Quality: Could Seed Storage Principles Be Applied for Commercial Nut Storage?. Acta horticulturae 01/2006; 768(768):335-341., DOI:10.17660/ActaHortic.2008.768.44
  51. E. Hadavi, A. Khalighi, N. Ghazijahani: Relationship of Hull Splitting in Pistachio to Concentrations of Selected Hull Elements. Acta horticulturae 01/2006; 774(774):425-430., DOI:10.17660/ActaHortic.2008.774.58
  52. Ebrahim Hadavi: Several physical properties of aflatoxin-contaminated pistachio nuts: Application of BGY fluorescence for separation of aflatoxin-contaminated nuts. Food Additives and Contaminants 12/2005; 22(11):1144-53., DOI:10.1080/02652030500306976
  53. N. Darandeh, E. Hadavi: Effect of pre-harvest foliar application of citric acid and malic acid on chlorophyll content and post-harvest vase life of Lilium cv. Brunello. Front.