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Articles by Ikramullah Khan
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  Naeem Khan , Gul Hassan , Muhammad Azim Khan and Ikramullah Khan
  A field experiment was conducted during 2000-01, to investigate the effectiveness of different herbicides for controlling weeds in wheat. Significant differences were observed among the times of application for weed density after herbicidal treatments and number of tillers plant-1. Similarly significant differences were recorded for herbicidal treatments in the traits like weed density after herbicidal application and number of tillers plant-1. The interactions of times of application and herbicides were significant for weeds density after herbicidal application and number of tillers plant-1. The 45 DAS herbicidal application time was best for tillers plant-1. As a whole the herbicidal application at 45 DAS provided excellent weed control. Weeds were most effectively controlled by buctril-M + topik, isoproturon alone and logran + topik. None of the herbicides except isoproturon 75 WP at 30 DAS application had a phytotoxic effect on the wheat crop. Highest number of tillers plant-1, were produced by buctril-M + topik and logran + topik as compared to weedy check.
  Ikramullah Khan , Muhammad Ajmal Shah , Faiqa Saulat Mehmood , Asma Saeed and Mohammad Sualeh
  Food borne diseases are an increasingly recognized problem involving a wide spectrum of illnesses caused by bacterial contamination of food. Enterobacteriaceae poses potential human health problems and is mainly transmitted through consumption of contaminated foods. Karachi is one of the biggest and thickly populated city of Pakistan where majority of the people consume cheap foods prepared in unlicensed food selling points. The objective of the present study was to determine the total Enterobacteriaceae load in various fast foods sold directly to consumers in the streets of Karachi. A total of 27 different food items were collected from street vended foods and processed for the recovery of Enterobacteriaceae load through culturing method and biochemical characterization. Out of the 27 samples, 13 food samples did not show the growth of Enterobacteriaceae, while the remaining 14 samples were heavily contaminated with gram negative bacteria. From the present study, it can be concluded that majority of the fast foods sold in the street restaurants of Karachi Pakistan is highly contaminated and not fit for human consumption.
 
 
 
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