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Articles by M. Fida Hasan
Total Records ( 3 ) for M. Fida Hasan
  R. Alam , M.Z. Karim , M. Fida Hasan , M.A. Hossain and A.B.M. Mafizur Rahman
  The study was conducted with 45 Sugarcane clones grown at zero-N and 120 kg N ha-1 levels in order to evaluate their possible BNF (biological nitrogen fixation) capability under field conditions. Field evaluation led to identification of some clones viz., I 153/94, Co 846, B 34-104 and Isd 28 that demonstrated considerable BNF capability. The yields of these clones at zero-N were 54.30, 61.48, 53.69 and 63.97 t ha-1 but at 120 kg N ha¯1 it was 59.72, 65.75, 57.15 and 70.59 t ha-1, respectively. The non BNF clones Isd 2/54 and Isd 18 showed poor yield at zero-N (31.38 and 28.17 t ha-1) while at 120 kg N ha-1 it was 54.61 and 61.58 t ha-1. The BNF capable clones performed almost equally well under both zero-N and 120kg N ha-1 as demonstrated through number of tiller (000 ha-1), number of millable cane (000 ha-1) and leaf nitrogen content at 120 and 200 days after plantation (DAP). Under aseptic culture condition, root extract and cane juice from the BNF- endowed clones showed the presence of gram negative bacterium that have been subjected to further studies.
  M. Fida Hasan , M.R. Alam , M.A. Jabber , M.K. Begum and M.A.S. Miah
  Chemical quality and yield performance were studied in six new sugarcane genotypes at normal and water-logging condition. The highest chemical indices, Brix % (22.20) and pol % (20.53) were found in January’ 2002 in I-93/93 and I-110/93 respectively and the lowest in I-39/94 (Brix %: 14.93; pol %: 12.52) at water-logged cultivated cane in all months. The highest of purity % (95.79) and recovery % (13.05) were found in I-110/93 in the month December 2001 and January’ 2002 respectively and the lowest in Isd 20 (purity % : 77.44; recovery % 6.49 in September 2001) at water-logged and normal cultivated cane respectively. The highest R.S. % (1.51) was found in I-39/94 in all months and the lowest in I-110/93 (0.09) at water-logged cultivated cane. Result showed that the highest tiller (183.3×1000 ha–1 in I-110/93), millable cane (117.8×1000 ha–1 in I-8/95), Yield (162.8 t ha–1 in I-8/95) and TSH (16.63 ton sugar ha–1 in I-110/93) were found in normal cultivated and the lowest were found in water-logged cultivated sugarcane (tiller 107.6×1000 ha–1 in Isd 20; millable cane 73.38×1000 ha–1 in Isd 30; yield 59.4 t ha–1 in Isd 20 and TSH 6.75 ton sugar ha–1 in Isd 20). It is concluded that the highest percentage in juice quality were found in water-logged condition cultivated cane, on the other hand growth & yield performance were also found in highest in normal cultivated cane. In aspect of sugar production some tested cultivars showed (Isd-20, I-93/93 and I-8/95) similar performance in normal and water-logged cultivated sugarcane due to genetic potentiality and environmental adaptation on quality, yield and growth.
  M. Fida Hasan , A.H. Molla , M. Shameem Ahsan and M.T. Alam
  The present study describes the effect of season on the physicochemical properties and fatty acid distribution pattern of the lipids of Eutropiichthys vacha. Although no wide variability in fatty acids distribution profile was observed by the influence of seasonal changes but the fatty acids present were found to be mainly palmitic (C16:0 ), oleic (C18:1) and linoleic (C18:2) acids besides small quantities of myristic (C14:0 ), stearic (C18:0 ), linolenic (C18:3 ) and arachidic (C20:0) acids. The physical and chemical characteristics viz. refractive index, specific gravity, acid value, saponification value, unsaponifiable matter, iodine value, reichert-meissel value of lipids have also been reported.
 
 
 
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