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Articles by M. Abbas Ali
Total Records ( 2 ) for M. Abbas Ali
  A.K.M. Nasimul Islam , M. Abbas Ali , Abu Sayeed , Syed M. Abdus Salam , Anwarul Islam , Motiur Rahman , G.R.M. Astaq Mohal Khan and Seatara Khatun
  A terpenoid, 3-oxo-(20S, 24S)-epoxydammarane-19,25-diacetate (CP-1) isolated from the chloroform extract of barks of Caesalpinia pulcherrima was characterized on the basis of spectral data coupled with chemical evidence. The compound showed significant antibacterial activity against a number of pathogenic bacteria and prominent antifungal activity against a few fungi. The minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) values against Bacillus cereus and Shigella dysenteriae were 16 μg ml-1 and 32 μg ml-1 respectively. The compound was found cytotoxic against brine shrimp and LC50 value was 8.41 μg ml-1. These findings suggested for further clinical trial.
  M. Abbas Ali , Zabun Naher , Maksuder Rhaman , Ahasanul Haque and Abdul Alim
  Field experiment was conducted with three cultivated varieties of C. capsularis and of C. olitorius to study the performances of yield and yield contributing characters at four harvest stages, 50, 70, 90 and 110 days. Wide ranges of co-efficient of variation was observed in each harvest stage in three characters. Two morphological characters, plant height and base diameter have been used for selection of jute plants with higher fibre yield. However, for selection purpose, these method needs a long time to wait until flowering. An early selection method was developed by studying morphological components and fibre yield. Using these methods breeders can do their selection process earlier prior to maturity e.g., at 70 or 90 days age of the plants. This could enable jute breeders to discard most of the segregating population for higher fibre yield at an earlier stage, which could save considerable amounts of time and labour.
 
 
 
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