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Articles by M.R. Ali
Total Records ( 4 ) for M.R. Ali
  M.A. Salam , M.R. Ali , Md. Eunus Ali , K.A. Alam , M.S.H. Reza , S. Islam and S.M.M. Rahman
  T.A. Jubair , U. Salma , N. Haque , F. Akter , I.J. Mukti , A.K.M.F. Haque and M.R. Ali
  The investigation was done to find out the tissue culture potentiality of the local rice (Oryza sativa L.) variety Topa, cultivated mainly in Kishoregonj, the district of Bangladesh. In this present study, callus induction, callus growth rate and indirect regeneration potentiality of the variety was examined. One hundred percent callus induction efficacy was noted when dehusked mature seeds were cultured on MS media supplemented with 2.0 mg L-1 2, 4-D. After first successive subculture the highest callus growth rate (0.0791 ±0.017 g week-1) was observed under the best callus induction media. The highest regeneration response was recorded at treatment of 3.0 mg L-1 BA+0.5 mg L-1 NAA+0.5 mg L-1 Kn, which regenerated 80% shoot with an average of 3 shoots per explant.
  M.O. Omer , M. Sabir , M.R. Ali and H.A. Hashmi
  Effect of herbal diuretic mixture (1, 2 and 3%) in drinking water and Nephrobiotic-DM protein (TSP, BUN and moisture percentage of dropping (DMP) of broilers. Non significant changes were observed on TSP values. However, BUN was significantly decreased on 5th day of phase 1 mid of lag phase and 3rd day of phase 2 indicating that both drugs have prolonged effect DMP was significantly higher on last day of the second phase. It was also significantly higher in the groups given 1.1 DM (3%) and Nephrobiotic-DM. This significant increases in the DMP indicated the efficacy of the time drugs used without harmful effects.
  L. Ghose , F.A. Neela , T.C. Chakravorty , M.R. Ali and M.S. Alam
  Healthy growth and development of silkworm is largely depending on the quality of mulberry leaves fed. Leaf blight is one of the common disease, which reduce the leaf yield and affects the rearing quality of the leaves. Leaf blight disease incidence of mulberry plant in different parts of Bangladesh was studied for three years. Disease incidence was studied by counting the healthy and infected leaves in three vigorous branches of each plant and disease severity was recorded according to grading method. The changes of amino acids and photosynthetic pigments in infected leaf were also performed by biochemical analysis. Results showed that the maximum leaf infection was found in Comilla and Rangamati which was 71.01 and 68.45%, respectively. The highest disease severity was recorded in Comilla (42.28%), Rangpur (38.87%) and Dinajpure (37.6%). Biochemical studies showed eight and five amino acids present in healthy and diseased leaves, respectively. Amino acid contents were always found to be higher in healthy mulberry leaves than infected ones with total absence of iso-leucine, glutamic acid and cystine. Serine, lysine, aspartic acid, leucine, glutamic acid, alanine and cystin were found in excess in healthy mulberry leaves. The drastic reduction of total chlorophyll, chlorophyll a, chlorophyll b and β-carotene in blight infected leaves and decreased by 53.24, 51.65, 56.53 and 58.04% were recorded. This study indicates that due to leaf blight infection and change in amino acids and chlorophyll a and b might be the cause of yield and quality reduction of mulberry leaves for silkworm production in Bangladesh.
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