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Articles by M.R.A. Patwary
Total Records ( 2 ) for M.R.A. Patwary
  M. Al-Amin , M. Alamgir and M.R.A. Patwary
  The study described the composition and status of undergrowth (shrubs, herbs and grasses) in a degraded deforested area of Chittagong (South) forest division, Chittagong, Bangladesh. A stratified random quadrat method was used in the study. The area on the whole consists of 45 species of undergrowth of 31 families. Shrubs layer includes 14 species of 12 families and herbs and grasses include 31 species of 19 families. Among the shrubs Clerodendrum viscosum shows the highest density (94 plants/100 m2) and Cassia alata shows the lowest density (8 plants/100 m2). The highest frequency was found in Clerodendrum viscusum (50%) and lowest frequency was found in Corcorus capsularis (5%). The highest abundance was recorded in Corcorus capsularis (13) followed by Ipomoea fistulosa (11) and Lantana camara (11). Among the herbs and grasses Imperata cylindrica shows the highest density, frequency and abundance (7638 plants/100 m2, 77% and 394, respectively) followed by Cynodon dactylon (687 plants/100 m2), Unidentified–4 (265 plants/100 m2). The lowest frequency (5%) and abundance (3) were recorded in Pueraria sp. and Musa paradisiaca, respectively. Abundance frequency ratio of each shrubs, herbs and grasses are >0.05 showing the contagious nature of each species distribution.
  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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