Effect bulb size and two specie mooseer to yield components bulb percent allicin in weather mashhad – JBES

Bulb yieldHassan Shahgholi, Mohammad Reza Vazirimehr, Ghassem Hosein Talaei, Khashayar Rigi

Young Researchers and Elite Club, Aligoodarz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Aligoodarz, Iran

Department of Agronomy, Islamic Azad University, Zahedan Branch, Zahedan, Iran

Young Researchers and Elite Club, Khorramabad Branch, Islamic Azad University, Khorramabad, Iran

Key words: Persian shallot, inflorescence removing, Bulb yield, Allicin.


One of the most important species of medicinal and industrial shallot Iran. Those in the as normal and in elevated areas with very cold climate to semi grow cold. Shallot (Allium altissimum) and Persian shallot (Allium hirtifolium), are represented important species in Iran. To investigate the possibility of domestication and cultivation of these two native cultivars, an experiment with three Bulb sizes (small, medium and large) and two species of mossir (Aligoodarz and Kalat) and inflorescence removing with three replications was conducted in horticulture department of Ferdowsi University of Mashhad. img_6618The results showed that the percentage of Bulblet, was affected by treatments. Bulb lowest percentage of Bulblet (24.7 percent) and most of the mass production of shallot Kalat Bulblet (40.4 percent) was related to the Aligoodarz mooseer specie. Largest Bulb size (80.2 gr) and highest Allicin content (4.24 μg/mg) was observed in large size Bulbs of Aligoodarz native species. Stem flower removal showed no significant difference within Bulb weight, but it affected Bulb size and Allicin content significantly.

Get the original articles in Source: Volume 5, Number 1, July 2014 – JBES

Journal Name: Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences (JBES)

Published By: International Network for Natural Sciences

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