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Articles by M. A. Islam
Total Records ( 5 ) for M. A. Islam
  M.S. Islam , M.A. Mazed , M.M. Rahman , M. A. Islam and M.A. Kadir
  The study was conducted at two dairy farms namely, Government Dairy Farm, Faridpur and Cntral Cattle Breeding Station, Savar, Dhaka to investigate the effect of milk yield, lactation length and disease incidence on Local X Friesian upgraded dairy cows. From the study, it was reveled that the average milk production per lactation per cow was 1820.75, 1861.00, 1871.00 and 1890 liters for first, second, third and fourth lactation, respectively. There was an increasing tendency in milk yield from first lactation to fourth lactation. Average lactation length of respective cows were 335.50?29.26, 333.12?29.97, 325.87?19.91 and 323.87?13.75 days for first, second, third and fourth lactation, respectively. In case of disease incidence the experimental cows were infected by Foot and Mouth Disease, Black Quater and ephemeral fever. In conclusion, it can be said that Local X Friesian cows are reared successfully allover Bangladesh.
  M. S. K. Sarker , M. A. Islam , S. U. Ahmed and J. Alam
  A total of 100 ISA-Vedette, 100 Arbor Acres and 1000 Hybro fast growing broiler chicks were divided in to 5 replications having 20 chicks in each, reared up to 42 days of age to select the suitable broiler strain of better profitability and meat yield traits. A total of 30 representative male and female broiler from each breed slaughtered at 42 days of age to investigate the dressing yield. ISA-Vedette was the highest in respect of body weight (1552.25 m/b) and feed intake (3105 m/b) followed by Hybro (1401.60 and 2764 m/b) and Arbor Acres (1372.48 and 2749 m/b) respectively. Production cost and profitability of ISA-Vedette, Hybro and Arbor Acres were 44.23 and 25.77, 50.01 and 20.00 and 50.41 and 19.49 Tk/kg live bird respectively. The strains were significantly for body weight, blood weight and giblet weight. Despite there was no significant difference among the strains, ISA-Vedette was the superior for dressing yield to the other strains. That ISA-Vedette is the most suitable strain in tropical environment in comparison with the other strains (Hybro and Arbor Acres).
  M. Helal Uddin Biswas , A. R. M. Ruhul Amin , M. Shah Alam Bhuiyan , M. A. Rashid , M. Ahmed and M. A. Islam
  A Monocillium species isolated from a soil sample which grown optimally in Czapek`s dox broth (acidic) medium yielded the metabolic compound HB identified as a mixture of novel compounds, Monocillinols A and B. Antibacterial activities of the compound were observed against fifteen Gram positive and Gram negative pathogenic organisms. The compound showed significant antibacterial activities against all pathogenic organisms tested except Gram negative Shigella sonnei. The minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) values of the compound were determined against Bacillus subtilis, Sarcina lutea, Staphylococcus aureus, Shigella dysenteriae, Escherichia coli and Salmonella typhi and found to be 128, 256, 128, 128, 128 and 128 g/ml, respectively.
  M. A. Bakr , M. Ahmed , M. A. Islam , M. R. Karim and M. H. U. Biswas
  BMalic acid-propane 1, 2-diol and malic acid-propane 1, 2-diol-glycerol copolyesters are synthetic polymers and it was reported that both of them are good enteric coating materials. The research work was conducted to investigate the toxicological study of both compound. The LC50 values on brine shrimp nauplii of malic acid-propane 1, 2-diol and malic acid-propane 1, 2-diol-glycerol copolyesters were found to be 5.00 μg ml-1 and 5.62 μg ml-1, respectively. It is slightly higher toxic than standard ampicillin trihydrate on brine shrimp nauplii.
  M. A. Islam , S. M. Bulbul , G. Seeland and A. B. M. M. Islam
  External and internal quality of 54 fresh eggs from Desi full feathered (d), Desi naked neck (n) and Shaver redbro ( r ) in summer and winter were tested to compare the genotypes, and to select the genotype for better reproductive fitness. Egg quality traits; egg colour, yolk width, yolk weight and albumen dry matter weight tended to increase in winter in comparison with summer. But, eggs contained significantly higher albumen width and height, yolk height, egg shell weight and thickness, dry matter weight and per cent of yolk in winter than in summer. The genotypes differed significantly for egg quality traits except, egg shell thickness, dry matter per cent of albumen and yolk. The thickest egg shell was observed in desi naked neck. Redbro was the best for egg quality traits. However, Desi naked neck strain produced better quality eggs than that of indigenous full feathered birds.
 
 
 
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