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Articles by M. Akram
Total Records ( 5 ) for M. Akram
  Abida Akram , Ghulam Jilani and M. Akram
  The combined effect of different rates of fertilizer (N + P) and concentrations of a growth regulator commercial product on growth and yield of cotton was studied. There were two types of treatments viz. fertilizer rates (F) and Mixtalol concentrations (M) placed randomly in the field under split-splot design with four replications. Main-plot treatments were: Fo Control/no fertilizer), F1 (half rate of recommended N and P fertilizers viz. 575 and 28.8 kg ha-1, respectively) and F2 (full rate of recommended N and P fertilizers viz. 115 and 57.5 kg ha-1, respectively). The sub-plot treatments included: Mo (Control/no Mixtalol Spray), M1 (2 pm Mixtalol sprays thrice) and M2 (3 ppm Mixtalol spray thrice). Thus there were nine treatments combinations in total. Data on plant height and number of branches per plant showed significantly increased values of these two with the both doses of fertilizer as well as Mixtalol over Control. The difference between M1 and M2 was non significant for both parameters, while the F1 and F2 gave statistically similar values for number of branches and F2 was superior to F1 with respect to plant height. The best combination was F2 x M1 and the lowest values were found in Fo x Mo. As regards the number of bolls per plant and seed cotton yield, F2 gave statistically better results than did F1 and F2. among Mixtalol treatments M1 performed better than M2. the synergistic effect was best with F2 x M1 and it was lowest at Fo x Mo. Thus it was concluded that cotton gave the highest response to full rate of fertilizer (F2) along with lower concentration (2 ppm) sprays Mixtalol (M1) as the most suitable combination.
  Z.H. Naqvi , M. Mushtaq-ul-Hassan , Z. Chaudry , M. Akram and R. Ahmad
  Commercial laying hens (Babcock) 174-weeks-old, were given feed containing 1, 2 and 3% EM4 for a period of 12 weeks. EM4 did not influence live body weight. Egg production was greater in birds given feed containing 1 and 2% EM4 but lower in birds given feed containing 3% EM4 than the control birds. Blood glucose was significantly lesser in birds given feed containing 3% EM4 than the control (p<0.05). Serum phosphorus was significantly lesser in birds given feed containing 3% EM4 than the control birds (p<0.01). Serum total proteins, serum albumin, serum globulins, serum total lipids and serum cholesterol were not influenced significantly with the EM4 treatment. The study suggests that EM4 is a safe product for laying birds it increases egg production when mixed in feed.
  M. Akram , S.M. Ali Shah , E. Mohiuddin , Abdul Hannan and Khan Usmanghani
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  M. Akram , M. Ibrahim Shah , Khan Usmanghan , E. Mohiuddin , Abdul Sami , M. Asif , S.M. Ali Shah , Khalil Ahmed and Ghazala Shaheen
  Ginger has been used for centuries to support many various digestive imbalances including heartburn, indigestion, nausea, diarrhea and motion sickness. Zingiber officinale is commonly prescribed to treat nausea, but it is also used as an anti-inflammatory agent and cholesterol-lowering herb. Ginger is considered safe for supplemental use. It has anticoagulant affects also. This drug is prescribed in gout, rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory conditions.
  M. Ibrahim Khan , Muhammad Irfanullah Siddiqui , Khan Usmanghani , E. Mohiuddin , Sultan Ayaz , M. Akram , S.M. Ali Shah and H.M. Asif
  Present research work was conducted to study the clinical efficacy of coded herbal medicine Kemol in comparison with Piperazine for treatment of intestinal worm infestation. One hundred patients with intestinal worm infection were randomly assigned into two groups, 50 in each group. Test group was treated with Kemol and control group was treated with Piperazine. The effect of both drugs for treatment of intestinal worm infestation was observed before and after treatment. Comparison of data recorded by physician relating to these variables showed significant differences between test and control groups (p<0.05). The efficacy of the test treated medication (Kemol) was superior as p = 0.03. Kemol is more effective than the Piperazine in the treatment of intestinal worms.
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