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Articles by M. Salim
Total Records ( 5 ) for M. Salim
  M. Salim , Rahmatullah and G. Nabi
  Three wheat cultivars (Pak-81, Punjab-85 and Inqlab) were grown in solution supplied with low (10 μ m) and high (100 μ m) levels of P at 0 and 100 mM NaCl salinity. Root medium salinity depressed the growth of all the three cultivars. Phosphorus supply in the root medium altered the growth depressing effects in the three cultivars to variable extent. Root behaviour of the three cultivars also differed with P application and salinity. In all the three cultivars, the relative rates of Na uptake were significantly decreased with increasing P supply to roots.
  Nazir Hussain , Manzoor Ahmad , M. Salim and A. Ali
  The experiment was conducted in the field on a normal soil. Brackish tube well water was used for irrigating wheat and rice crops without any amendment and with gypsum (equal to sodium contents of irrigation water and two times its sodium contents). Wheat and rice crops were grown from Rabi 1995-96 to Rabi 1998-99. Grain and paddy yield along with Electrical Conductivity (EC), Sodium Adsorption Ratio (SAR) and pH of the soils were recorded. Use of brackish water without any amendment resulted in an increase in EC and SAR of the soil and caused a decrease in crop yield. Use of the same water in combination with two times its sodium contents resulted in normal yield of both the crops without any harmful effect on the soil. Gypsum equal to sodium contents of the irrigation water proved comparatively less effective.
  P.C. Sarker , S.M.A. Hossain , M.S.U. Bhuiya and M. Salim
  Three physical treatments viz. Sand paper scraping, beating and hot water treatments and two chemical treatments viz. Concentrated sulphuric acid and ethyl alcohol were included in the study. These treatments were applied on seeds of two sizes viz. large and small. Results of the experiments revealed that sand paper scraping and concentrated H2504 showed more effective performance than beating and hot water treatments in breaking seed dormancy of Sesbania rostrata. Ethyl alcohol had no effect on breaking seed dormancy. Large seed showed lesser dormancy than small one. Sand paper scraping 113 revolutions) of large seed gave the highest germination (97.8%).
  M.S. Hasan , S.M.A. Hossain , M. Salim , M. P. Anwar and A.K.M. Azad
  The response of hybrid (Sonar Bangla-1 and Alok 6201) and inbred (BRRI Dhan 34) rice varieties was determined to the application methods of urea supergranules (USG) and prilled urea(PU). Grain and straw yields were highest (4.87 and 7.72t ha -1, respectively) in BRRI Dhan 34. The highest grain yield of BRRI Dhan 34 was mostly the outcome of highest number of grains panicle -1. Sonar Bangla-1 produced the second highest (4.28t ha -1) grain yield while the lowest one (3.86t ha -1) was produced by Alok 6201 which was the consequence of lowest number of grains panicle-1 and highest number of sterile spikelets panicle -1. BRRI Dhan 34 showed the best performance among the varieties studied for almost all the growth and yield characters. Grain yield was recorded the highest (4.5t ha -1) in the method of half USG + half PU at 10 and 30 DAT which maintained similarity with recommended method of USG and furrow placement of USG. BRRI Dhan 34 interacted favourably with furrow placement of USG to produce the highest grain yield.
  Badr-uz- Zaman , Arshad Ali , M. Salim and Khawer Hussain
  A hydroponic study under controlled conditions was carried out to examine the effect of NaCl and Na2SO4 salinity on the growth of Triticum aestivum cv. Sarsabz. The salinity levels were maintained separately at 0, 25, 50 and 100 mM of either NaCl or Na2SO4. Stem fresh weight, root fresh weight, shoot dry weight and root dry weight were significantly (P £0.01) affected by salinity levels., Na2SO4 salinity seems less deleterious than NaCl. There was significant (P£0.01) effect of salinity treatment on the ionic concentration of sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium. Significant negative correlation {r (NaCl)=-0.95, r (Na2SO4)=-0.88} were observed between shoot dry matter yield and sodium contents from both sources of salinity. Significant positive correlation {r (NaCl)=0.95, r (Na2SO4) = 0.96} were noticed between shoot dry matter and shoot potassium contents. Similarly positive significant correlation {r (NaCl) = 0.75, r(Na2SO4) = 0.66} was noticed between shoot dry matter yield and calcium contents in shoot. Plant grown in root medium having Na2SO4, had more K and Ca and less Na and Mg in shoot tissue as compared to NaCl and hence produced more dry matter.
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