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Articles by Amjad Ali
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  Ghulam Mustafa , Abad Ali Shah , Khadim Hussain Asif and Amjad Ali
  The computing environment for web applications is dynamic and complex as internet is heterogeneous, distributed, multi-platform, multimedia, multilingual and cooperative wide area network. The web software itself is also dynamic and rapidly evolving. This complex and dynamic computing environment, complex user requirements, new features and constraints make the testing of web-based software a challenging task. Traditional testing techniques are not sufficient because they do not address the challenges associated with the web-based applications. This study reviews the techniques for the testing of web based applications and gives a strategy to use the testing techniques meeting the challenges of testing web-based software.
  Muhammad Ashfaq , Abrar Ahmad and Amjad Ali
  The leaves of sugarcane, rice and maize were utilized the maximum by M. separate with coefficient values of 71.06, 70.57 and 69.29 percent, respectively, while it was minimum in leaves of water grass (27.79%). Hair density did not show significant correlation with consumption values but it was significantly negative with coefficient of utilization. Thickness and moisture contents played a significant role with negative and positive responses with consumption and coefficient utilization, respectively. The actual contribution of Morpho-physical factors on cumulative basis was 52.1 and 68.9 percent for consumption and utilization, respectively.
  Muhammad Ashfaq , M.A. Rehman and Amjad Ali
  Optimum elements dosages i.e., 0.2%, 0.3%, 0.1%, 0.1%, 0.15% and 0.5% of various minerals i.e., N, P, K, Ca, Mg and Cu respectively in various combinations were studied on larval development and silk production of Bombyx mori L. The rearing of silkworm larvae was restricted to chopped tender and green mulberry leaves treated with different concentrations. The results revealed that mineral nutrients have not affected the yield component significantly but have also presented better food consumption, body weight, co-efficient of utilization and larval development as well. However, of all the test treatments T11 where the offered mulberry leaves were treated with 0.2% N + 0.3% K + 0.1% Ca + 0.1% P + 0.15% Mg + 0.5% Cu concentration gave the best results.
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