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The Iranian nuclear issue between the West and East.

References Adel G., Début de réchauffement, in Al Ahram Hebdo, n. 691, 5 dicembre 2007. Abdolmohammadi P., “Il repubblicanesimo islamico dell’Ayatollah Khomeini”, Oriente Moderno, Nuova serie, Anno 89, Nr. 1, 2009. Dlepech T., L’Iran, la bombe et la démission des nations, Éditions Autrement, Paris, 2006. Guolo R., La via dell’Imam. L’Iran da Khomeini e Ahmadinejad, Laterza, Bari, 2007. Figus A. Politica estera dell’Iran tra Occidente e crisi nucleare, Eurilink, Roma, 2013. Petrillo P. L., “Iran”, Bologna, Il Mulino, Bologna

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Epilithic diatoms (Bacillariophycae) from streams in Ramsar, Iran

References Alfinito, S., Fumanti, B., 1980: Contribution to the knowledge of freshwater algae from lake Hamun-i-puzak (Iran). Nova Hedwigia 33, 873-882. Atazadeh, I., Sharifi, M., Kelly, M. G., 2007: Evaluation of the trophic diatom index for assessing water quality in River Gharasou, western Iran. Hydrobiologia 589, 165-173. Bozorgnia, H. 1970: Geological map of south falank of east Alborz 1:100000. National, Iran Oil Co. Geology Report, Tehran. Compère, P

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Early Visean bryozoans from the Shishtu II Member, Shishtu Formation, central Iran

). [Morphology, system and phylogeny of Bryozoa (Order Rhabdomesida)]. Trudy Paleontologicheskogo Instituta Akademii Nauk SSSR 208, 1-152. Gorjunova, R.V., 2006. New bryozoans from the Devonian of Afghanistan and the Carboniferous of Iran. Paleontological Journal 40, 626-635. Gorjunova, R.V., Markov, A.B. & Naimark, E.B., 2004. Evolution and biogeography of the Palaeozoic Bryozoa: results of the numerical analysis. GEOS, Moscow, 182 pp. Hall, J., 1886. Bryozoa of the Upper Helderberg groups; plates and explanations. Annual Report

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Salivary Gland Tumors: A 15-year Report from Iran

References 1. Shishegar M, Ashraf MJ, Azarpira N, Khademi B, Hashemi B, Ashrafi A. Salivary gland tumors in maxillofacial region: A retrospective study of 130 cases in a Southern Iranian population. Patholog Res Int. 2011;2011:934350. 2. Laishram RS, Kumar KA, Pukhrambam GD, Laishram S, Debnath K. Pattern of salivary gland tumors in Manipur, India: A 10 year study. South Asian J Cancer. 2013;2:250-3. 3. Bello IO, Salo T, Dayan D, Tervahauta E, Almangoush A, Schnaiderman-Shapiro A, Barshack I, Leivo I, Vered M

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Overview of University Sport in Iran

References Aliabadi, S. (2007). Development of sport in universal size. Retrieved from www.mardomsalari.com Central Department of Physical Education (2007). Retrieved from www.msrt.ir History of Universiade (2009). Australian University Sport. Retrieved from www.unisport.com.au FISU History (2011). Retrieved from www.fisu.net Bastani, H., Rad, H. Hosseini, A., Sairafi, H. (2006). Sport in ancient of Iran. The first

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Contributions to the knowledge the scarab beetles of Golestan province, Northern Iran with checklist of Iranian Scarabaeoidea (Coleoptera)

References BARARI H. 2001. Insects of Iran. The list of Coleoptera in the Insect Collection of Plant Pests & Diseases Research Institute. Coleoptera (XXIV): Scarabaeoidea. Group: Laparosticti. Fam.: 39, 40, 44, 46 (Geotrupidae, Hybosoridae, Orphnidae, Scarabaeidae and Aphodiidae). Plant Pests & Diseases Research Institute Tehran 7: 1-64. BARARI H., KHARRAZI PAKDEL A., BOROUMAND H. 1998a. A faunistic survey of Laparosticti group (Col.: Scarabaeidae) in Karaj area. [in:] Proceedings of 13th Iranian Plant Protection Congress, 23

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Fertility, Marriage, and Family Planning in Iran: Implications for Future Policy

References Abbasi-Shavazi, M.J., 1997, An assessment of the own-children method of estimating fertility by birthplace in Australia, Journal of the Australian Population Association, 14(2): 167-185. Abbasi-Shavazi, M., McDonald, P., & Hosseini-Chavoshi, M., 2009. The Fertility Transition in Iran: Revolution and Reproduction. Dordrecht: Springer. Abbasi-Shavazi, MJ., Inhorn, M., Razeghi-Nasrabad, H. B. and G. Toloo, 2008, The Iranian ART Revolution: Infertility, Assisted Reproductive Technologies, and Third

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A New Species of the Genus Liophloeothrips (Thysanoptera, Phlaeothripidae) from Iran

References Ananthakrishnan, T. N., Muraleedharan, N. 1974. Studies on the Gynaikothrips - Liophlaeothrips - Liothrips complex from India. Oriental Insects Supplementary , 4 , 1–85. Bhatti, J. S., Alavi, J., zur Strassen, R., Telmadarraiy, Z. 2009. Thysanoptera in Iran 1938–2007. An Overview. Part 1. Thrips , 7 , 1–82. Minaei, K., Mound, L. A. 2014. The Liothrips -lineage of thrips (Thysanoptera: Phlaeothripidae) from Iran with the first record of micropterous morph of a Liothrips species. Zootaxa , 3889 , 107–117. Tyagi, K

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New Data about Snail-Killing Flies (Diptera, Sciomyzidae) in Iran

(Diptera: Sciomyzidae) in northwestern of Iran with first record of the genus Limnia Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830 for the country. Journal of Insect Biodiversity, 2 (3), 367-372. Knutson, L. V. 1973. Biology and immature stages of Coremacera marginata F., a predator of terrestrial snails (Diptera: Sciomyzidae). Entomologica scandinavica, 4 (2), 123-133. Knutson, L. V., Berg, C. O. 1963. Biology and immature stages of a snail-killing fly, Hydromya dorsalis (Fabricius) (Diptera: Sciomyzidae). Proceedings of Royal Entomological Society of London

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The genetic background of Southern Iranian couples before marriage

[ 2 ]. In Middle East and Southern Indian populations, consanguineous marriages are socially respectable and about one-third of all marriages are between first cousins [ 3 ]. Moreover, Saadat et al . [ 4 ], reported a 38.6% rate of consanguineous marriages in Iranian couples. The rate is reported to be much higher (up to 73.0%) in the parents of individuals with rare genetic disorders [ 5 ]. Consanguineous marriage is defined as a relationship between two individuals as second cousins or closer. Parents who are first cousins have an extra risk for having a child

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