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1. Ahmadikhah A., and Karlov, G.I. 2006. Molecular mapping of the fertility – restoration gene Rf4 for WA-cytoplasmic male sterility in rice. Plant Breeding, 125 (4), 67-71.
2. Ahmadikhah A., Karlov G.I., Nematzadeh Gh and Ghasemi Bezdi K. 2007. Inheritance of the fertility restoration and genotyping of rice lines at the restoring fertility (Rf) loci using molecular markers. Int. J. Plant Prod., 1 (1), 13-21 .
3. Ghasemi Bezdi K., Karlov G. I., and Ahmadikhah A. 2007. Effects of genotype, explant type and nutrient medium components on the shoot in vitro organogenesis of canola (Brassica napus L.). Afr. J. Biotechnol., 6 (7), 861-867.
4. Alishah O., Ahmadikhah A., and Nasrollanejad S. 2007. Intragenomic diversity and geographical adaptability of diploid cotton species (G. herbaceum L.) revealed using cytogenetic studies. Afr. J. Biotechnol., 6(11).
5. Ahmadikhah A., Alishah O. and Nasrollanejad S. 2008. Quantitative studies for investigating variation and its effect on heterosis of rice. Int. J. Plant Prod., 2 (4).
6. Alishah O., and Ahmadikhah A. 2009. The effects of drought stress on improved cotton varieties in Golesatn province of Iran. Int. J. Plant Prod., 3(1): 297-308.
7. Soleimani A., Ahmadikhah A., S. Soleimani. 2009. Performance of different greenhouse cucumber. Afr J Biotechnol, 8(17): 4077-83.
8. Ahmadikhah A. 2009. A rapid mini-prep DNA extraction method in rice. Afr J Biotechnol, 8(2): 323-27.
9. Ahmadikhah A., and Alavi M. 2009. A cold-inducible modifier QTL affecting fertility restoration. Int J Genet Mol Biol, 1(5): 89-93.
10. Alavi M., Ahmadikhah A., Kamkar B. and Kalateh M. 2009. Mapping Rf3 locus in rice by SSR and CAPS markers. Int J Genet Mol Biol, 1(7): 121-126.
11. Majidi B., Ahmadikhah A., and Ghasemi Bezdi K. 2009. Two linked genes at Rf4 locus confer fertility restoration. Int J Genet Mol Biol, 1(8): 144-149.
12. Iran Nejad A. and Ahmadikhah A. 2010. Cytoplasmic variation between different tobacco cultivars revealed by mitochondrial-specific markers. Annals of Biological Research, 1(1): 1-9.
13. Ahmadikhah A., Abodomalek Arkhy and Hojat Ghafari. 2010. Development of an allele-specific amplification (ASA) co-dominant marker for fragrance genotyping of rice cultivars. J. Archives of Applied Science Research, 2(1): 204-211.
14. Narimani H, Rahimi M., Ahmadikhah A., Vaezi B. 2010. Study on the effects of foliar spray of micronutrient on yield and yield components of durum wheat. Archives of Applied Science Research, 2 (6):168-176.
15. Ahmadikhah A., Mirarab M. 2010. Unwanted self-pollination in crossing programs interferes with trait improvement and variety breeding. Advances in Applied Science Research, 2 (6):373-379.
16. Ahmadikhah A., Mirarab M. 2010. Differential response of local and improved varieties of rice to cultural practices. Advances in Applied Science Research, 2 (5): 69-75.
17. Kamali M., Ahmadikhah A., Pahlavani M., Dehghan M., Sheikh F. 2010. A pedigree marker-assisted selection (PMAS) strategy for improvement of Tajan-derived wheat lines in Iran. Advances in Applied Science Research, 1 (3): 180-186.
18. Noori A, Ahmadikhah A., Dehghan M., Soughi H. 2010. The effects of selection for multiple traits on diversity of advanced wheat lines revealed by molecular markers. Advances in Applied Science Research, 1 (3): 153-159.
19. Ahmadikhah A. 2010. Study on selection effect, genetic advance and genetic parameters in rice. Annals of Biological Research, 1 (4): 45-51.
20. Mirarab M., Ahmadikhah A. 2010. Study on genetics of some important phonological traits in rice using line × tester analysis. Annals of Biological Research, 1 (4): 119-125.
21. Ahmadikhah A., Irannejad A. 2010. Development of a co-dominant CMS-specific ALP marker in Tobacco (Nicotinia tabacum). Annals of Biological Research, 1 (3) : 101-106.
22. Mirarab M., Ahmadikhah A., Pahlavani M.H. 2011. Study on combining ability, heterosis and genetic parameters of yield traits in rice. African Journal of Biotechnology. 10 (59): 12512-19.
23. Alimi M., Rahimian H., Hassanzadeh N., Taghinasab Darzi M., Ahmadikhah A., Heydari A., Mariano Balestra G. 2011. First detection of Pseudomonas viridiflava, the causal agent of blossom blight in apple by using specific designed primers. African Journal of Microbiology Research, 5(26): 4708-4713.
24. Zinati Fakhrabad F., Ahmadikhah A., Nasrollahnejad S. 2012. Identification and detection of Potato virus Y strains by molecular methods in tobacco fields of Northern Iran. International Research Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences. 3(5):
25. Nayyeripasand L., Babeian N., Nematzadeh Gh., Ahmadikhah A., Azimi M.R. 2013. Development of a PCR-based marker for studying allelic variation of Hd3a in rice and its effect on flowering time. International Research Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences. 4(5): 1000-1006.
26. Nayyeripasand L., Babeian N., Nematzadeh Gh., Ahmadikhaha A., Azimi M.R. 2013. Development of an allele-specific functional marker for studying Hd1 effect on flowering time of rice. International Research Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences. 4(8): 2209- 2225.
27. Sadeghi A., Ahmadikhah A., Farsi M. 2014. Study on the effects of Rf3 gene for fertility restoration to rice in genetic background of Neda-A line. J. Agricultural Biotechnology. 6(1): 139-153.
28. Ahmadikhah A., Shojaeian H., Pahlevani M.H., Nayyeripasand L. 2014. Study on ethyl methane sulfonate (EMS)-induced variability in morphological traits of rice and identification of mutant lines with high yield potential. J. Plant Production Research. 21(2): 47-65.
29. Ahmadikhah A., Shojaeian H., Pahlevani M.H., Nayyeripasand L. 2015. Assessment of EMS-induced Variations In rice Mutant Lines Using ISSR Marker. J. Biotechnology in Agriculture. 13(2): 53-61.
30. Ahmadikhah A, Mirarab M, Pahlevani M, Nayyeripasand L. 2015. Marker-assisted backcrossing to develop an elite CMS line in rice. The Plant Genome. 8(2): 1-12.
31. Ahmadikhah A., Marufinia A. 2016. Effect of reduced plant height on drought tolerance in rice. 3 Biotech, 6(2), 221.
32. Kheiavi E.K., Ahmadikhah A., Mosammam A. M. 2016. Genome Mining of Rice (Oryza sativa ssp. indica) for Detection and Characterization of Long Palindromic Sequences. J Data Mining Genomics & Proteomics, 7(199), 2153-0602.
33. Eslami M., Ahmadikhah A., Azimimaghadam M.R., Saidi A. 2018. Differential response of an international rice (Oryza sative L.) collection to drought simulated stress (PEG) at vegetative stage. Australian J Crop Science, 2(6): 2018. (Accepted)
34. Ahmadikhah A., Khosravi V. 2018. Rice grain quality as affected by blast-causing agent (Pyricularia oryzae) along with a molecular analysis of blast resistance at Pi5 and Pi-ta loci. Australian J Crop Science, 2(6): 2018. (Accepted)