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Articles by M. R. Amin
Total Records ( 4 ) for M. R. Amin
  B. K. Biswas , M. Hasanuzzaman , F. El Taj , M. S. Alam and M. R. Amin
  A total of 31 selection indices were constructed on five characters in 33 diversed genotypes of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L.). High heretability couple with high genetic advance expected in the next generation and association of characters were the basis for choosing of the characters for discriminant function analysis. Green fodder yield and grain yield have to be simultaneously improved through selection. Amongst the single character selection indices, grains/panicle offered maximum genetic worth (11.51). In general, inclusion of every character in the function, exerted a progressive relative efficiency over straight selection. The highest relative efficiency over straight selection on grain yield alone was realized while grain yield/plant (x1), fodder cutting maturity (x2), green fodder yield/plant (x3), digestible dry matter/plant (x4) and grains/panicle (x5) were concurrently integrated in the function.
  S. M. E. Hassan , M. Sq. Rahman , M. R. Amin , U. K. Majumdar and H. F. El Taj
  Effect of ginger (Zingiber officinale) was evaluated as nematicide against root-knot disease of brinjal (Solanum melongena). Treatment of soil with ginger as raw and dry bark, powder as well as extract in lower concentration (S/100) inhibited the activity of Meloidogyne javanica in brinjal as evident with lower galling incidence. Better growth of plant with lower galling incidence was observed with powder , dry bark and extract of ginger. Ginger was found to be nematicidal both in the laboratory and glass house test.
  S. M. E. Hassan , M. Sq. Rahman , M. R. Amin , U. K. Majumdar and M. U. Ahmad
  In the mortality test of Meloidogyne javanica, Marygold extract of neem seed was found to be more lethal to the juvenile compared to extract of bark and leaf of neem.
  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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