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Articles by M. Y. Ali
Total Records ( 4 ) for M. Y. Ali
  M. R. Zaman , M. Y. Ali , M. A. Islam and A. B. M. M. Islam
  The experiment was carried out by crossing Jamunapuri male with Black Bengal female goat to assess the heterosis of productive and reproductive traits of F1 and F2. F1 and F2 for birth weight, live weight at 3, 6, 9 and 12 months of age, pre and post- weaning body weight gain, and litter size was significantly better than that of Black Bengal goat. However, F1 was found to be higher than that of F2. But pre-weaning survival rate was higher in Black Bengal goat than that of F1 and F2 crossbreds. Pre-weaning gain was higher than post-weaning gain in all populations. Heterosis of birth weight, live weight at 3,6,9 and 12 months of age, pre and post weaning gain, litter size and pre-weaning survival rates were 17.19, 23.35, 12.93, 7.44 and 5.71, 36.34, 31.87,15.38 and -4.82% for F1 and 8.60, 11.67, 6.46, 3.72, 2.86 and 18.17, 15.94, 7.69 and -2.41% for F2 respectively at location 1. But at location -2, heterosis of birth weight and pre-weaning survival rate were 24.79 and 16.54% for F1 and 12.40 and 8.27% for F2 respectively.
  A.K. Hira , M. Y. Ali , M. Chakraborty , M. A. Islam and M.R. Zaman
  Proximate components, effect of water-hyacinth leaves (WHL), digestibility of different nutrients of WHL and its nutritive value were determined in the Animal Nutrition Laboratory, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh to utilize WHL as feed for goat. Twelve Black Bengal goats of similar age, size and sex were divided into 4 groups having 3 goats in each and fed diets; A (100% Dhal grass- DG) to I , B (75% DG+25% WHL) to II, C (50% DG+50% WHL) to III, and D (100% WHL) to group IV up to 60 days. All the goats were provided 200g-concentrate mixture every day. Goats of group IV were used to determine the digestibility of various nutrients in water-hyacinth leaves. Water-hyacinth leaves contained higher percentage of crude protein, nitrogen free extract and organic matter, and lower percent of crude fibre than Dhal grass. Body weight gain, feed intake and feed conversion efficiency were not significant among the groups. Daily weight gain was 29, 27, 23, and 17g in group I, II, III and IV respectively. Feed conversion efficiency was 16.19, 17.99,18.26 and 24.27 in group I, II, III and IV respectively. Daily dry matter intake in group I, II, III and IV were 0.47, 0.49, 0.42 and 0.42 kg respectively. Average COD of dry matter, crude fibre, ether extract and nitrogen free extract in water-hyacinth leaves were 58.39, 65.38, 59.97, 60.09 and 48.97% respectively. Average digestible nutrients; DCP, DCF, DEE, DNFE and TDN of water-hyacinth leaves were 11.81, 13.60, 2.28, 14.98 and 45.54% respectively.
  M. Y. Ali , M. A. Islam , M. J. Alam and M. N. Islam
  Yogurt samples from ten different shops of Mymensingh Town and Laboratory made in 3 batches were analyzed in the Dairy Technology Laboratory, Department of Dairy Science, Bangladesh Agricultural University to monitor the quality. Significant difference in overall score of physical test (smell and taste, body and consistency, colour and texture), chemical (protein, fat, total solids, ash, acidity and PH) and microbiological status was found among different yogurt samples. Laboratory made yogurt was the best in quality. Dayamoy and Anil Gosh were in 2nd and 3rd position in quality of yogurt. This investigation suggested that adulterated milk must be avoided in yogurt preparation and also to follow strict hygienic condition in order to have
  A. K. Das , M. Y. Ali , M. A. Islam , A. K. Hira and S. Z. Ali
  The experiment was carried out at Central Cattle Breeding Station and Dairy farm, Savar, Dhaka, and 3 sub- station and 9 points of Chandpur District in Bangladesh to evaluate the quality and fertilizing capacity of locally produced chilled and imported frozen semen. Motility, sperm concentration and mass activity of semen from different experimental bulls were almost similar. Quality of imported frozen semen was better than that of locally produced chilled semen in respect of motility, motile sperm/ Insemination dose and spermatozoa with normal head. Motility and pH value of semen decreased significantly for transportation and prolongation of preservation duration. Average conception rate of imported frozen semen (57.33) was found to be higher than locally produced chilled semen (45.33). But it was similar between imported frozen (57.33) and average of 1st & 2nd day preserved semen (57%).
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