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Articles by M.M. Haque
Total Records ( 9 ) for M.M. Haque
  M.W. Rahman , M. Mostofa , S.A. Sardar , M.R. Sultana , M.M. Haque and M.E. Choudhury
  The experiment was conducted to compare the hypoglycemic efficacy of Neem, Karala and Nayantara with that of Glibenclamide on normal rat. In addition to that the experiment was conducted to compare the effects on body weight of rat after administration of those drugs. After 14 days during treatment with those drugs following observation were made (1) Neem when administered orally @ 500 mg kg-1 b.wt. significantly (p>0.01) decreased blood glucose level (7.52 to 3.98 mol L-1) and body weight also significantly (p<0.01) increased (153.20 to 155.80 mg kg-1) (2) Karala when administered orally @ 200 mg kg-1 b.wt. significantly (p>0.01) decreased blood glucose level (8.96 to 4.82 mol L-1) and body also significantly (p<0.01) increased (169.20 to 177.20 mg kg-1) (3) Nayantara when administered orally @ 500 mg kg-1 b.wt. significantly (p>0.01) decreased blood glucose level (6.80 to 4.44 mol L-1) and body also significantly (p<0.01) increased (120.40 to 140.40 mg kg-1) and Glibenclamide when administered orally @ 0.25 mg kg-1 b.wt. significantly (p>0.01) decreased blood glucose level (7.20 to 6.61 mol L-1) and body also significantly (p<0.01) increased (164.00 to 171.40 mg kg-1). From this experiment it is concluded that Neem (Azadirachta indica), Karala (Momordica charantia) and Nayantara (Cathranthus roseus) is potent hypoglycemic agent as Glibenclamide.
  D.K. Biswas , M.M. Haque , A. Hamid , J.U. Ahmed and M.A. Rahman
  A field experiment was carried out to evaluate the growth and yield performance of two blackgram varieties i.e., BARImash 3 and BINAmash 1 under three different population densities. The planting configurations were 40 x 10 cm2, 30 x 10 cm2 and 40 x 5 cm2 representing 25, 33 and 50 plants m-2. Both the blackgram varieties showed identical results in LAI, CGR, NAR, RGR as well as grain yield. But planting density had significant effects on LAI and CGR of the blackgram varieties. The highest planting density showed the highest LAI and CGR but the highest grain yield was recorded from intermediate population density due to the highest number of pods per unit area. The NAR and RGR did not differ due to different population densities.
  B.K. Mitra , A.J.M.S. Karim , M.M. Haque , G.J.U. Ahmed and M.N. Bari
  An experiment was conducted at the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University, Bangladesh during June to December 2002 to find out the effective weed control practices in terms of weed dynamics, weed control efficiency and the performance of transplanted aman rice. Fimbristylis miliacea, Scirpus murconatus and Monochoria vaginalis were found as dominant weed species in transplanted aman rice. Two times weeding was found as the best practice to keep weed infestation at minimum level and to ensure higher yield of transplanted aman rice. Other than weed free condition, the highest grain yield (5.07 t ha-1) was produced in two hand weeding and the lowest (2.46 t ha-1) was in unweeded condition. One hand weeding at 25 DAT along with one mechanical weeding at around 40 DAT was also found to be effective next to two hand weeding in these regards. Pre emergence herbicide Refit 500 EC was not effective to keep weed infestation at minimum level and to ensure higher yield of transplanted aman rice.
  D.K. Biswas , M.M. Haque , A. Hamid and M.A. Rahman
  A pot experiment was conducted to evaluate the gas exchange, leaf area dynamics and dry matter accumulation of blackgram varieties namely BARI mash 3 and BINA mash 1. The two blackgram varieties did not differ statistically in gas exchange characteristics, leaf area and dry matter accumulation over the growth stages. Blackgram showed highest photosynthesis rate at flowering stage, might be attributed due to higher leaf chlorophyll, higher stomatal and mesophyll conductance and lower intercellular CO2 concentration, but the highest respiration rate was found at pod filling stage. Leaves of top canopy showed highest gas exchange characteristics followed by the leaves of middle canopy and then bottom canopy. Diurnally, photosynthesis increased gradually with increasing intensity of light and peaked at around noon then decreases. Photosynthesis showed strong correlation with leaf area and dry matter accumulation of blackgram.
  M.M. Haque , K. Rafiq , S.J. Sherajee , S. Ahmed , Q. Hasan and M. Mostofa
  The present investigation was carried out in 40 guinea pig with the aim to investigate the efficacy of some indigenous medicinal plants in the treatment of external wounds. Two wounds of 2.00 cm length and 0.5 cm depth were made on the opposite thigh muscles and the effects of some antibacterial and some indigenous medicinal plants leaves were observed separately. Among the antibacterial used in this studies comparatively Nebanol powder showed the best result and was more effective for the treatment of fresh wounds in which healing occurred with in 11 days, Where as it was taken 13 days for sulfanilamide powder and 15 days for dusting powder treated groups. In the present experiment the leaves of the Neem, Ganda, Mehedi and raw Halid were applied as fresh aqueous pastes for the treatment of artificially produce wound in guinea pig. In comparison to their effect, Neem leaves paste showed the more effectiveness where healing was completed on 15 days, Halud paste and Ganda leaves pastes showed the same results, where healing was completed on 17 days. The Mehedi paste was the least effective in which healing occurred on 19 days. This investigation suggested that Neem leaves fresh paste are more effective for wound healing in guinea pig which may be suggested for the treatment of fresh wound healing of other livestock.
  G.C. Biswas , W. Islam , M.M. Haque , R.K. Saha , K.M.F. Hoque , M.S. Islam and M.E. Haque
  The hatching, larval, protonymphal, deutonymphal and reproductive periods, fecundity and longevity of Tetranychus cinnabarinus infesting Solanum melongena were studied in different seasons under laboratory condition. Except fecundity the highest values of these parameters were obtained during winter. Negative impact of temperature was observed on hatching, larval, protonymphal, deutonymphal and reproductive period whereas temperature affected directly the fecundity of T. cinnabarinus. Relative humidity was found to have no significant effect on development stages well as any aspect.
  M. Shahjahan , M.I. Miah and M.M. Haque
  A field study was conducted on the hydrographic parameters, types of fishing gears used, catch assessment survey (CAS) and species composition of fish of the Jamuna River adjacent to the Dhunat upazilla under the district Bogra. The study was conducted from July to October, 2000. Hydrographic parameters were in the suitable ranges for fish. Various types of fishing gears were found to operate in this river, they were broadly classified into 3 groups, such as, nets, traps and wounding gears. A total of 5 types of nets, 2 types of traps and 1 type of wounding gear were recorded. A total of 38 species of fish were identified in the catches of different gears used by the fishermen. Among the different types of nets, the highest number of species (25) were recorded in catches of ber jal (sein net), which was followed by jhaki jal cast net (18) and relatively less number of species (7) were recorded in the catches of thella jal (push net).
  M.F. Hossain , U.K. Majumder , M.A.S. Mondol , M.Z. Haque and M.M. Haque
  A pot experiment was conducted during November 2000 to March 2001 to find out the optimum fertilizer requirement of grafted tomato. Four levels of N, 4 levels of P, 4 levels of K, 2 levels of S and 1 kg sodium molybdate and 10 t ha–1 organic manure were applied in equal distribution to all these by using a selected set of 12 treatments. The highest tomato yield of 1459 g plant–1 was obtained with the application of 200 kg N, 120 kg P2O5, 80 kg K2O, 20 kg S ha–1, which was statistically similar with N150P120K80S20, N150P40K80S20, N100P120K80S10, N150P120K0S20, N150P80K80S20 and N150P120K120S20 treatments. Yield increased 694% over control. On economic point of view N150P40K80S20 treatment was the most suitable fertilizer dose for grafted tomato because it gave 605% higher yield over control.
  M.A.K. Azad , M.R. Rahman , Z. Rahman , M.A. Kader , M.M. Haque and M.J. Alam
  An experiment was conducted to evaluate the water quality, growth and production of fishes at different species compositions in polyculture using tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus), pangas (Pangasius hypophthalmus), mrigal (Cirrhinus mrigala) and silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix). The experiment was conducted for a period of 90 days from September 8, to December 7, 2002 at the Fisheries Faculty Field Laboratory of Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh. There were three treatments each with three replications. In all the treatments, the stocking density was 100 fish/decimal at different species compositions. All the ponds were subjected to same regime of feeding and fertilization. Fortnightly random sampling was done to adjust the feeding rate. In this experiment, mrigal showed the highest SGR (% per day) value (3.74) in T2. Tilapia showed the second highest (3.65) SGR (% per day) in T1. Specific growth rate (% per day) of pangas was comparatively lower in all treatments. Mean survival rates of various species ranged from 90.63 to 91.10%. Comparatively, tilapia showed the highest survival rate where pangas showed the lowest. T1 showed the highest survival rate but there was no significant variation among the treatments. Weight gain (g) of tilapia, pangas, mrigal and silver carp were 89.18, 30.61, 85.75 and 91.71 g in T1, 63.95, 37.24, 86.86 and 65.63 g in T2 and 70.84, 47.65, 70.42 and 72.87 g in T3, respectively. The highest and the lowest weight gain were found in T1. Silver carp attained maximum weight gain (91.71 g) in T1 where pangas showed the lowest (30.61g) in the same treatment. Among the treatments, the highest production was found in T1 (1974.02 kg/ha/90 days) which was significantly higher than other treatments. The production in T2 and T3 were 1405.59 and 1522.01 kg/ha/90 days but there was no significant variation between T2 and T3. Considering the above, pangas showed the lowest growth performance and production in all treatments compare with other species. From the findings of the present study, it can be said that polyculture of pangas with tilapia is not suitable, but it may be suitable with carps and for this further research is necessary.
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