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Mechanisms underlying the protective effects of beneficial fungi against plant diseases
M Ghorbanpour, M Omidvari, P Abbaszadeh-Dahaji, R Omidvar, ...
Biological Control 117, 147-157, 2018
2802018
Engineered nanomaterial-mediated changes in the metabolism of terrestrial plants
M Hatami, K Kariman, M Ghorbanpour
Science of the total environment 571, 275-291, 2016
1742016
Physiological and antioxidative responses of medicinal plants exposed to heavy metals stress
M Maleki, M Ghorbanpour, K Kariman
Plant Gene, doi.org/10.1016/j.plgene.2017.04, 2017
1672017
Phytoextraction of heavy metals from contaminated soil, water and atmosphere using ornamental plants: mechanisms and efficiency improvement strategies
B Asgari Lajayer, N Khadem Moghadam, MR Maghsoodi, M Ghorbanpour, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 26, 8468-8484, 2019
1562019
Nanosilicon-based recovery of barley (Hordeum vulgare) plants subjected to drought stress
M Ghorbanpour, H Mohammadi, K Kariman
Environmental Science: Nano 7 (2), 443-461, 2020
1072020
Distribution and diversity of Dipteran-specific cry and cyt genes in native Bacillus thuringiensis strains obtained from different ecosystems of Iran
GS Jouzani, AP Abad, A Seifinejad, R Marzban, K Kariman, B Maleki
Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology 35 (2), 83-94, 2008
852008
Are nanoparticles a threat to mycorrhizal and rhizobial symbioses? A critical review
H Tian, M Kah, K Kariman
Frontiers in Microbiology 10, 1660, 2019
602019
Manganese oxide nanoparticle-induced changes in growth, redox reactions and elicitation of antioxidant metabolites in deadly nightshade (Atropa belladonna L.)
H Tian, M Ghorbanpour, K Kariman
Industrial Crops and Products 126, 403-414, 2018
552018
Structural plasticity in root-fungal symbioses: diverse interactions lead to improved plant fitness
K Kariman, SJ Barker, M Tibbett
PEERJ 6 (e6030), 2018
522018
Phytochemical Variations and Enhanced Efficiency of Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Ingredients in Salvia officinalis as Inoculated with Different Rhizobacteria
M Ghorbanpour, M Hatami, K Kariman, P Abbaszadeh
Chemistry & Biodiversity 13, 319-330, 2016
512016
Microbial Functional Capacity Is Preserved Within Engineered Soil Formulations Used In Mine Site Restoration
D Kumaresan, AT Cross, B Moreira-Grez, K Kariman, P Nevill, J Stevens, ...
Scientific Reports 7 (564), 2017
462017
Reconditioning degraded mine site soils with exogenous soil microbes: Plant fitness and soil microbiome outcomes
B Moreira-Grez, M Muñoz-Rojas, K Kariman, P Storer, AG O’Donnell, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 10, 1617, 2019
412019
Effect of cold stress on polyamine metabolism and antioxidant responses in chickpea
S Amini, R Maali-Amiri, SS Kazemi-Shahandashti, M Lopez-Gomez, ...
Journal of Plant Physiology 258, 153387, 2021
372021
Genetically modified crops are superior in their nitrogen use efficiency-A meta-analysis of three major cereals
M Li, J Xu, Z Gao, H Tian, Y Gao, K Kariman
Scientific reports 10 (1), 8568, 2020
362020
A novel plant–fungus symbiosis benefits the host without forming mycorrhizal structures
K Kariman, SJ Barker, R Jost, PM Finnegan, M Tibbett
New Phytologist 201 (4), 1413-1422, 2014
362014
Ecto-and arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis can induce tolerance to toxic pulses of phosphorus in jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) seedlings
K Kariman, SJ Barker, PM Finnegan, M Tibbett
Mycorrhiza 24 (7), 501, 2014
332014
Dual mycorrhizal associations of jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) in a nurse-pot system
K Kariman, SJ Barker, PM Finnegan, M Tibbett
Australian Journal of Botany 60 (8), 661-668, 2012
322012
Physiological and antioxidative responses to GO/PANI nanocomposite in intact and demucilaged seeds and young seedlings of Salvia mirzayanii
M Hatami, SM Hosseini, M Ghorbanpour, K Kariman
Chemosphere 233, 920-935, 2019
282019
Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi from Iran
K Kariman, E Mohammadi Goltapeh, V Minassian
International Journal of Agricultural Technology 1 (2), 301-313, 2005
272005
Enhanced Efficiency of Midicinal and Aromatic Plants by PGPRs
M Ghorbanpour, M Hatami, K Kariman, K Khavazi
Plant-Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) and Medicinal Plants 42, 43-70, 2015
162015
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