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Articles by M. A. Kabir
Total Records ( 2 ) for M. A. Kabir
  T. M. T. Iqbal , M. M. Bahadur , M. A. Kabir , M. A. Hasan and D. A. N.Majumder
  The efficacy of H2O2 solution in improving the seed quality of two Indian okra varieties (Anamika and Parbhani kanti) was investigated. The seeds were pre-soaked in different concentrations for six hours. Vigour index and % germination were estimated. Root and shoot lengths as well as dry matter contents of the normal seedlings were determined. Moreover, crop growth rate (CGR) at 10 and 20 days after sowing (DAS) were also worked-out. It has been experienced that, pre-soaking at 2.0% concentration significantly enhanced all the parameters studied. However, in some cases, 1.5 to 2.5% concentrations also gave identically the best results. Afterwards toxicity was clearly manifested through reduction of the studied parameters. Contrastly, pre-soaking in plain water resulted in poor values for all the parameters noted. Moreover, in terms of variety, Anamika was significantly better than Parbhani kanti.
  B. C. Halder , M. S. Rahman , M. A. Khan , M. R. Amin and M. A. Kabir
  The performance of stem cutting with IBA in different ornamental plants was investigated. The ornamental plants under study showed significant variation in respect of all the parameters, viz. number of leaves and roots per cutting, fresh and dry weight of leaves and shoots, length of roots per cutting, fresh and dry weight of roots per cutting, number of shoots per cutting after 15, 25, 35, 45 and 55 days. Ixora (Ixora chinensis) performed the best in respect of highest number (40.10) of leaves per cutting, longest roots (5.15cm) and fresh and dry weight of roots per cutting (1.35 fresh weight and 0.29gm dry weight). Both fresh and dry weight of leaves and shoots per cutting were highest in Poinsettia (Poinsettia pulcherima). Poinsettia also produced highest number (46.97) of roots per cutting. Mussaenda (Mussaenda erythroplylla) and Night Jasmine (Nyctanthes arbortristis) failed to produce any root.
 
 
 
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