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Articles by M. N. Bari
Total Records ( 3 ) for M. N. Bari
  M. M. Rahman , B. N. Islam and M. N. Bari
  Methanolic and acetone extracts of seeds of Pithraj, Amoora ruhituka ( Wright & Arn.) were tested on rice hispa, Dicladispa armigera (OLV.) to know the effects of the extract in relation to the feeding behaviour, ovipositional behaviour and adult emergence of rice hispa. The food consumption on treated seedlings was very poor. The deterrent action of PSE and BSE were high and egg deposition ranges 0-13 in 48 hours and 0-8 in 72 hours of exposure to treated rice seedlings. In controls, egg deposition ranged from 0-28 in 48 hours and 0-18 in 72 hours respectively. Low emergence of rice hispa in all treated rice seedlings indicated the high degree of inhibition effect of the extracts on adult emergence. The adult emergence in control (MeOH and Water) were significantly higher than those on treated seedlings.
  M. K. H. Bhuiyan , M . M. Hossain and M. N. Bari
  To study the life history combs of A. cerana were collected and studied in the laboratory. General external morphology including head, thorax, mouth parts, antennae, legs and abdomen of A. cerana was measured and different body parts were listed. Pollen gathering activity and brood rearing activity were studied throughout the year. The number of pollen gathering bees was the highest in the months of November to January. June to August proved to be the most unfavorable periods for pollen collection. The time of initiation and cessation of pollen gathering activity of A. cerana was recorded. The highest brood rearing activity was recorded during the months of December and January. May, June and July were the most unfavorable periods of the year. Artificial feeding of sugar syrup was necessary from May to August. Brood rearing activity in dearth period was increased with the increased amount of feeding. Greater wax moth infestation was controlled with proper management practices to maintain the colonies.
  S. S. Dipti , S. T. Hossain , M. N. Bari and K. A. Kabir
  The experiment was conducted to know the Physico-chemical and cooking properties of six fine rice varieties. Among the varieties, milling and head rice out-turn ranges from 64 - 70% and 61 - 82%, respectively. The highest milling out-turn (70%) was found in the variety Superfast and lowest in Khazar. On the other hand, head rice out-turn was the highest (82%) in Khazar and lowest (61%) in Bashmati PNR. Grain length and breadth of the varieties ranges from 3.6 – 6.5 mm and 1.7 – 3.7 mm, respectively. The highest length (6.5 mm) was found in Khazar and the highest length-breadth ratio were found in Khazar and Superfast. Lowest grain length (3.6 mm) and length-breadth ratio (1.3) were found in Badshabhog and Bashmati 4488, respectively. Amylose content of the varieties ranges from 18.6 - 28.0% and the highest protein (8.6%) was found in BRRI dhan28 followed by Badshabhog and Superfast. All the varieties contain more or less standard rate (7%) of protein. Maximum cooking time (25 min.) were required in the variety of Bashmati 4488 and minimum (14.5 min.) in Badshabhog. Elongation and imbibition ratio were greater than 1.3 and 4.0 respectively in all the varieties except Khazar. Lowest elongation ratio (1.2) was found in Khazar.
 
 
 
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