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Biology

Azam Noori, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Biology

Degree(s)

B.Sc., Biology, Azad University, North Tehran
M.Sc., Plant Ecology, Shahid Bahonar University
Ph.D., Plant Physiology, Trabiat Modares University

Teaching

  • Special Topics in Biology
  • Principles of Biology I & II- Lab
  • Plant Biology
  • Plant Physiology 
  • Phytoremediation
  • Directed Study/Senior Thesis

Professional Experience

Postdoctoral Associate, State University of New York-ESF

Research

My research area focuses on plants molecular biology, plant physiology and ecology, including:

  • The impact of nanoparticles on plants gene expression. The mechanism by which plants take up nanoparticles.
  • Plants immune responses.
  • Plant metabolites with application as natural medicines.
  • Plants interaction with bacteria and mycorrhizal fungi, and the benefit of these interactions for plants to absorb nutrient and water and protect plants during biotic/abiotic stresses.
  • Phytoremediation to remove petroleum and heavy metals from contaminated soil. 

 

Selected Publications

  1. Noori, A., White, J.C., Newman, L.A. (2017). Mycorrhizal fungi influence on silver uptake and membrane protein gene expression following silver nanoparticle exposure. Journal of Nanoparticle Research. 19: 66. 
  2. Noori, A., Zare Maivan, H., Alaie, E. Newman, L. (2015). Leucanthemum vulgare Lam. crude oil phytoremediation. International Journal of Phytoremediation.

  3. Noori, A., Zare Maivan, H., Alaie, E. (2014). Leucanthemum vulgare Lam. germination, growth and mycorrhizal symbiosis under crude oil contamination International Journal of Phytoremediation, 16:962–970.
  4. Pourang, N., Noori, A. (2014). Heavy Metals Contamination in Soil, Surface Water and Groundwater of an Agricultural Area Adjacent to Tehran oil Refinery, Iran. International Journal of Environmental Research, 8(4): 841-886.
  5. Khoyi, J.K., Farmohammadi, Noori, A.S., Padash, A. (2013). Bioremediation; A Nature-Based Approach Towards Having A Healthier Environment. Global Journal of Plant Ecophysiology, 3(2): 70-73.
  6. Pourang, N., Noori, A. (2012). Assessment of metals in fourteen species of vegetables and crops cultivated in a suburban area using multivariate analyses. Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry, 94 (4): 694-712.
  7. Noori, A.S., Zare Maivan, H., Alaie, E. (2012). Changes in total phenol and flavonoid contents in Chrysanthemum leucanthemum under crude oil contamination. Advances in Environmental Biology, 6(12): 3057-3064.
  8. Khoyi, J.K., Noori, A.S. (2012). The survey on microorganisms’ role as TPH decomposers. Advances in Environmental Biology, 6(10): 2704-2708.
  9. Mohebali, S., Nasri, S., Kamalinajhad, M., Noori, A.S. (2011). Antinociceptive and anti-inflammatory effects of Berberis vulgaris L., root’s hydroalcoholic extract and determination of it’s possible antinociceptive mechanism in male mice, Journal of paramedical Sciences, 2 (4): 12-18.

Contact

937-837-5744
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Office

353 Mendel Hall