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Articles by M.A.R. Bhuiyan
Total Records ( 3 ) for M.A.R. Bhuiyan
  M. Al-Amin , M. Alamgir and M.A.R. Bhuiyan
  The study describes the structural composition of a degraded forest of Chittagong, Bangladesh. Stratified random quadrat was used in this study. Tectona grandis was found as dominant with 28.87% of the total individuals, Diameter at Breast Height (DBH) range less than 5 cm represent highest percentage (66.14%) of all the individuals however the largest DBH range >17 cm represent only 0.84% of all the individuals. The number of trees and the number of species was the highest (158 and 32, respectively) in the <5 cm DBH range and least number of trees and species (1 and 1) was represent in 15-16.9 cm DBH ranges. Height class <3 m consist of the highest individuals (55.67% of total population). Tectona grandis showed the highest percentage (28.8%) followed by Ficus hispida (12.97%), Eucalyptus camaldulensis (7.53%), Albizia lebbeck (5.86%) and Gmelina arborea (5.44%). Number of trees and species are decreased with increasing height and DBH classes. This may be due to recent adopting management measures like protection of the area for biodiversity conservation.
  M.R. Islam , M.A.B. Faruquei , M.A.R. Bhuiyan , P.S. Biswas and M.A. Salam
  Genetic diversity of 62 genotypes of irrigated rice originating from BRRI, IRRI and China were studied through Mahalanobis D2statistic. The genotypes were grouped into five clusters. The cluster II and IV contained the highest number of genotypes (16) and the cluster I contained the lowest (7). The highest intra cluster distance was noticed for the cluster I and the lowest for cluster III. The highest inter cluster distance was observed between cluster I and cluster IV followed by cluster I and cluster V, cluster I and cluster III, cluster III and cluster IV and lowest between cluster IV and cluster V. The highest cluster means for yield and other three yield contributing characters are obtained from cluster I, six highest and two second highest means for yield contributing characters are found in cluster III but the lowest cluster mean for yield. Therefore more emphasis should be given on cluster I for selecting genotypes as parents for crossing with the genotypes of cluster III, which may produce new recombinants with desired traits.
  M. Jashimuddin, M. Alamgir , M. Alamgir , R. Majumder , M.R.A. Patwary and M.A.R. Bhuiyan
  The study describes the potential visitors of Mirpur Zoological garden, an outdoor recreation area of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The maximum number of visitors was found in the age of below 30 years (72%) and older age groups represents only 28%. Sixty three percent male and 37% female constitute the visitors group in the study area. Literate person constitutes about 93% and student represents 38% visitors in the study area. About 40% visitors are employed. Most of the visitors (62%) were found visiting in family groups and the least numbers (5%) were visiting alone. Maximum visitors (45%) have come from medium family and the lowest numbers (18%) were from rich family. Maximum number of visitors (36%) visit the area with a cost of 51-100 Tk. Maximum visitors (76%) of the study area is city dwellers. Highest number of visitors (71%) preferred to get recreation in the holidays. It was found that most of the visitors (40%) visit the garden more than twice, 33% visit the garden twice and the least number (26%) visitors have not visited the area before. Maximum visitors (67%) stay at the zoological garden for 2-3 h and only 3% visitors stay in the garden for whole day.
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