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Articles by M. S. Alam
Total Records ( 4 ) for M. S. Alam
  M. K. Alam , M. M. Zaman , M. I. Nazrul , M. S. Alam and M. M. Hossain
  Characterization was done with fourteen exotic varieties of potato (Solanum tuberosum) namely Mondial, Granola, Cardinal, Ailsa, Petronese, Morene, Diamant, Cleopetra, Binella, Dheera, Multa, Kufri Sindhuri, Heera, Chamak and a local check (Lal Pakri) under Bangladesh condition. The tuber skin color of Mondial, Granola, Ailsa, Petronese, Morene, Diamant, Binella, Dheera, Multa, Heera and Chamak were white to light yellow, while Cardinal, Kufri Sindhuri, Cleopetra were red. The tuber shape were round in Granola, Morene and Kufri Sindhuri; elongate in Mondial, Ailsa and Diamant and oval in rest of the exotic potato varieties. The plant traits were spready and green in color with no flowering habit except variety Chamak. The yield ranged of exotic varieties were 19.44 to 46.67 ton per hectare. Variety Ailsa produced the maximum yield (46.67 t ha-1) which was followed by Cardinal and Mondial.
  M. S. Islam , F. Begum and M. S. Alam
  Comparative efficacy of Aldazole, Fenvet and Ivomec Injection were investigated against natural infection with gastrointestinal nematodes of goats in Bangladesh. Ivomec injection showed maximum efficacy of 100% followed by Fenvet (95.35%) and Aldazole (90.11%) on the basis of reduction of faecal EPG recorded. The haematological studies at post treatment day [email protected] shown that TEC (million/cu mm), Hb (gm%) and PCV (%) were significantly increased (P<0.01) than that of pretreatment day [email protected] but ESR (mm 1hr-1) was decreased upto 100% in goats.
  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.
  Shahidul Alam , M. Sabina Banu , M. Forman Ali , Nargis Akhter , M. Rafiqul Islam and M. S. Alam
  Six fungicides viz., cupravit, thiovit, dithane M-45, bavistin, rovral and suncozeb were tested against C. gloeosporioides. Dithane M-45, rovral, thiovit and suncozeb were the most effective ones. Cupravit and bavistin were less effective in the inhibition of conidial germination. Ten plant-extracts considered as fungicides were tested, out of which Tagetes erecta leaf and Azadirachta indica bark extracts were the most effective in inhibiting Colletotrichum gloeosporioides after 5-30 minutes of immersion and in 5:1.25 (w/v) concentration. The phytohormone IAA had great effect against the inhibition (100%) of C. gloeosporioides at 0.005 to 0.006% concentration for an immersion after 5-30 minutes. Rest of the hormones also had good effects against C. gloeosporioides.
 
 
 
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