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Articles by M.S. Ali
Total Records ( 5 ) for M.S. Ali
  S.B. Bhyan , M.M. Alam and M.S. Ali
  The experiment was conducted to find out the incidence of Okra mosaic virus (OMV) and its severity on yield and nutrition of okra under different phytopesticidal treatments. Four different plant extracts such as extracts of neem (Azadiracta indica) fruits, garlic (Allium sativum) bulbs, karamja (Pongamia pinnata) leaves and mehogoni (Swietenia macrophylla) seeds were considered as phytopesticidal treatments in this study. Plots with no phytopesticidal management were used as control. Highest rate incidence of okra mosaic virus was found in the plots with no phytopesticidal management. Though all the phytopesticides produced better performance than control, but karamja extract treated plants had minimal rate of incidence of this virus, with maximum plant height, flower production, fruits formation and highest yield.
  N.A. Koli and M.S. Ali
  This study is a survey of existing fractal coding methods and approaches, which highlights the solution to the key and open issues in the fractal coding. In addition, the possible approaches from encoding time optimization point of view are discussed. This study can be useful for the beginners in the fractal image compression for gray and color images. Neural network based approaches are also summarized. A fragment of neural network architecture is given to develop the neural network based approach for fractal gray and color image compression. This study may help for the implementation of straight fractal coding and neural network based approach.
  C.A. Dhote and M.S. Ali
  This study presents the critical survey of the methodologies to select materialized view in more efficient way. In this study, we are summarizing all these methodologies with critical analysis. Advanced solutions are particularly focusing the evolutionary optimization methods. We have analyzed and compartmentalized the available literature on the basis of relevant evaluation parameters. Important books, Ph.D thesis, links, etc. are also given in study. To work out this study we have gone through more than fifty research papers. This study may be helpful to the researchers, who are working in the domain of the Data Warehouse focusing on the materialized view selection.
  K.D. Alam , M.S. Ali , S. Parvin , S. Mahjabeen , M.A. Akbar and R. Ahamed
  The aim of the present study was to evaluate the in vitro antimicrobial activity of pet-ether, dichloromethane and methanol fractions of Swertia chirata (Family: Gentianaceae) ethanolic extract. Disc diffusion technique and food poison method were used for antibacterial and antifungal activity, respectively. Dichloromethane fraction from both leaf and stem showed significant antimicrobial activities against some Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria and mild to moderate activity against some fungi. A large zone of inhibition was observed (19 mm) against Staphylococcus aureus. Test materials at a concentration of 400 μg disc-1 were used to evaluate the antimicrobial activity while Kanamycin at a concentration of 30 μg disc-1 was used as positive control in this study. Among different fractions, dichloromethane fraction showed significant antimicrobial activity against Gram-positive, Gramnegative and fungi. The most significant antimicrobial activity was seen against Staphylococcus aureus which reflects it potentiality to be used in skin infections.
  S.U. Ahmed , M.S. Ali , M.S. Islam and P.K. Roy
  A three and half month study was undertaken to evaluate the effect of culture management and stocking density on the growth and survival of Penaeus monodon in semi-intensive system of farming. Three treatments with stocking densities of 20 PL/m2, 25 PL/m2 and 30 PL/m2 wereapplied and considered as treatment T1, T2 and T3, respectively. All the ponds were supplied with commercial pelleted feed of different grades and amount (ranging from 10 to 2.8 percent of total biomass weight) based on the age and growth of shrimp. A significant (p<0.05) higher production (3876.66 kg/ha) was obtained from T2 and the study showed a positive correlation between the culture managed of shrimp farm and the shrimp production and an inverse relation between stocking density and survival rate.
 
 
 
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