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Articles by M. S. Chang
Total Records ( 3 ) for M. S. Chang
  M. S. Chang , M. A. Chang , A. R. Lakho , A. W. Soomro and A. A. Memon
  Four newly developed strains; MPS-2, MPS-4, MPS-7, and MPS-11, were tested against two commercial, high yielding varieties CRIS-9 and NIAB-78, for two years (1996 and 1997) for seed cotton yield per hectare, ginning out turn percentage (Got), staple length and boll weight. The highest yield of 2209 kg /ha was obtained by MPS-2, followed by MPS-11 (2090 kg /ha). The increase of top yielding strain MPS-2 over commercial varieties CRIS-9 and NIAB-78 were 13.7 and 18.3%, respectively. The highest ginning out turn (38.3 %) was given by MPS-7 and highest staple length (27.0 mm) was measured in MPS-7.
  P. C Chu , T. Y Wang , Y. T Lu , C. K Chou , Y. C Yang and M. S. Chang

Human p29 is a chromatin-associated protein and the silencing of p29 expression increases cell population in G1 phase and decreases phosphorylation levels of Chk1 and Chk2 in response to UV treatment. To further characterize the function of p29, U2OS and Fanconi anemia complementation group G (FA-G) cells with constitutive p29 expression have been established. Analyses of these cells identified increased phosphorylation levels of Chk1 and Chk2, which were accompanied by elevated amounts of chromatin-associated Mre11–Rad50–Nbs1 complex and ATR-IP. Monoubiquitination of the FA ID complex was restored in p29 stably expressing FA-G cells. Moreover, lower tumor incidence was observed in mp29 transgenic mice after UV irradiation. These results suggest the involvement of p29 in the DNA damage responses and Fanconi anemia pathway.

  A. W. Soomro , A. R. Soomro , A. S. Arain , G. H. Tunio , M. S. Chang , A. B. Leghari and M. R. Magsi
  Cotton is an economically important crop and experiments to determine its response to rates of fertilizers have always been an important part of research. Thus a field experiment was laid out to assess the yield performance of cotton under ten fertilizer (NPK) treatments during 1997, 1998 and 1999 crop seasons. On an average, highest seedcotton yield of 2434 kg ha–1 was obtained when the crop was fertilized with 75, 50 and 50 kg ha–1 of N, P and K respectively followed by 100 nitrogen, 50 phosphorus and 50 potash kg ha–1 where seedcotton yield of 2403 kg ha–1 was obtained. The lowest yield of 1053 kg ha–1 was produced from the control plot where no chemical fertilization was applied. The results reveal that balance use of above nutrient elements are essential for harvesting better yields.
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