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Articles by M.Y. Ali
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  M.M. Rahman , M.A. Islam , M.Y. Ali , M.E.A. Khondaker and M.M. Hossain
  A total of 21 four weeks old Nara males divided into 3 groups as A-non-caponized, B-chemically and C-surgically caponized birds having 7 males each. The birds were caponized at 4 weeks of age and reared on individual cages up to 16 weeks of age to assess the body weight gain, hematological traits and blood cholesterol concentration. The weight gain was significantly increased in caponized birds compared to non-caponized birds (p<0.01). However, surgically caponized birds gained the highest body weight. Total erythrocyte count, packed cell volume and hemoglobin concentration were significantly reduced in caponized birds compared to non-caponized birds (p<0.01). Testis weight of group A and B at 16 weeks of age were 19.20 and 2.58 g/bird respectively. The highest enlargement of liver and spleen was found in group-C followed by group-A and B. Adrenal gland weight of A, B and C were 0.14, 0.21 and 0.26g/bird respectively (p<0.01). Reduced comb, wattle and head of caponized birds were observed compared to the non-caponized birds. Caponization is the most suitable technique to have maximum meat from chicken. However, surgically caponization may be the best technique for maximum growth.
  K. Azam , M.Y. Ali , M. Asaduzzaman , M.Z. Basher and M.M. Hossain
  Ten fresh fish samples of different species (Mugil cephalus, Setipinna phasa, Coilia dussumieri, Scatophagus argus, Sillanopsis panijus, Arius caelatus, Hilsa ilisha, Polynemus paradiseus, Platicephalus indicus and Pelamys chiliensis) collected from Kuakata, Bangladesh were assessed biochemically (proximate composition, total volatile basic nitrogen, tri-methyl amine and pH). Moisture content of fresh fish varied over a range from 65.33 to 78.92%. Likewise, protein (8.58 to 19.06%), fat (6.12 to 12.99%) and ash (1.07 to 8.41%) content indicated wide variation in the ten fresh fish analysed. TVB-N and TMA-N values of fresh fish were found ranging between 10.92 ± 0.23 to 25.75 ± 0.80 mg N 100 g-1 and 7.70 ± 0.67 to 18.50 ± 0.77, respectively. The values of pH of the samples ranged from 7.03 ± 0.05 to 6.7 ± 0.07.
  M.Y. Ali , G.M. Salim , M.A. Mannan , M.M. Rahman , W. Sabbir and A. Murshida
  An investigation was carried out on the fish species availability in the fish landing centers of Khulna district. Almost all major fish landing centers in this area were surveyed. A total of 139 inland and marine water fish and crustacean species were observed. Out of 139, 126 species belonged to fin fish and the rest 13 species to crustacean. Amongst the fin fish species, 53 were fresh water, 23 were brackish water, 11 exotic and 39 marine water species. Twenty two fish species were found both as inland and marine water species. Nineteen species were detected endangered (Ompok pabda, Hilsa toil, Puntius sarana, Notopterus chitala, Mustus aor, Rita rita, Nandus nandus, Eutroeiichthys vacha, Notopterus notopterus, Wallago attu, Channa marulius, Labeo bata, Pangus pangus, Bagarius bagarius, Rasbora rasbora, Puntius ticto, Rohtee cotio, Labeo calbasu and Chanda nama). In summer, 30 species and in winter, 43 species were more available and the rest of the species were found all the year round. On the basis of abundance, Carp species, Lates calcarifer, Pelamys chiliensis, Trichiurus haumela, Katengus typus, Penaeus monodon and Scylla serrata were recorded most abundant, respectively.
  M.Y. Ali , D. Kamal , S.M.M. Hossain , M.A. Azam , W. Sabbir , A. Murshida , B. Ahmed and K. Azam
  Biological studies of the mud crab, Scylla serrata (Forskal) collected from the Sundarbans mangrove ecosystem of Bangladesh were conducted during May, 2001 to February, 2002. The overall sex ratio of male to female was found to be 1:0.94. The sex ratio was uneven in most size groups and in most of the months. The modal class size was 81-90 mm Carapace Width (CW) in male and 71-80 mm in female. The monthly size-frequency distribution exhibited some variations. The relationship between carapace width and body weight were estimated as W = -128.25+4.06 CW, log W = -3.73+3.06 log CW or, W = 0.0078 CW3.06 for male and W = -89.59+2.387 CW, logW = -1.6035+1.8928 log CW or, W = 0.005 CW1.8928 for female. The condition factor of male crabs showed two peaks; first in 61-70 mm and second in 121-130 mm size group. In case of female it was highest in 61-70 mm size group. The relative condition factor was maximum at 125.5 mm CW and 65.5 mm CW in male and female, respectively. Gonadosomatic Index showed a single peak during May to July for female crabs.
  M.A.R. Sarkar , M.Y.A. Pramanik , G.M. Faruk and M.Y. Ali
  An experiment was conducted at the Agronomy Field Laboratory, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, during the period from May to November 1998 to investigate the effect of green manures and different levels of nitrogen on the growth performance of transplant aman rice (cv. BRRI dhan 32). The experiment consisted of 3 green manuring crops viz. Sesbania rostrata, Sesbania aculeata and Crotalaria juncea and 5 levels of nitrogen viz. 0, 20, 40, 60 and 80 kg ha-1. Growth attributes such as leaf area index, crop growth rate and net assimilation rate increased up to 67 DAT irrespective of green manure crops and different levels of nitrogen and thereafter declined. On the other hand, plant height and leaf area duration increased with the increasing levels of nitrogen in combination with green manuring crops. Application of 40 kg N ha-1 along with Sesbania rostrata green manuring showed the best performance in respect of grain yield and net assimilation rate of transplant aman rice. S. aculeata exhibited similar behaviour as that of S. rostrata but Crotalaria juncea showed relatively poor performance in respect of growth attributes of rice due to less amount of biomass added during incorporation.
  B. K. Saha , M.Y. Ali , M. Chakraborty , Z. Islam and A. K. Hira
  The experiment was conducted to judge the feasibility of hydrogen peroxide as milk preservation. The experiment milk sample collected from Bangladesh Agricultural University Dairy Farm and were divided into seven portions. Six portions were preserved with 0.01, 0.02, 0.03, 0.04, 0.05 and 0.06% H2O2. The reaming portion was preserved without H2O2 and considered as control sample. Some physical and chemical parameters were measured from all samples just before preservation and then regularly after certain time interval up to spoilage. From the results of physical and chemical tests, it was observed that keeping quality of milk samples with H2O2 increased significantly when compared with untreated milk samples. It was concluded that 0.04 to 0.05% H2O2 is enough to preserve milk sample up to 24 hours.
  M.Z. Islam , S.M.R. Rahman , M.M. Alam , M.Y. Ali and A.K.M.A. Mannan
  Rossomalai is a delicious and famous sweetmeat of Bangladesh. But till now the product lies at its infantile stage. Like many other Bangladeshi sweetmeats the technology of Rossomalai manufacture is also confined in the grip of a few sweetmeat traders who did not disclosed the technology to making the product to others. That is why, the product was not yet taken in to consideration by the dairy and food researchers. As a result no research information is available on the product. In this experiment Rossomalai was manufactured at Milk Vita dairy plant and compare the quality of Milk vita Rossomalai with that of product collected from the three famous sweetmeat shops. The quality of the product was matured by some physical, chemical and microbiological examination. Significant deference (P<0.01) was found in case of Rossomalai in terns of physical characteristics. It was observed from result that total solid, moisture, fat, protein, carbohydrate and ash content of Milkvita and market Rossomalai samples were 46.47 and 39.80-45.90; 53.52 and 54.09-60.19; 7.91 and 6.26-6.40; 8.29 and 5.55 - 7.03; 29.15 and 25.68-32.65 and 1.10 and 0.81-1.01 percent, respectively. Total variable bacteria differ significantly among the treatment but coliform bacteria were not significantly differing among the treatments. Physical, chemical and bacteriological examinations revealed that market Rossomalai was inferior to Milkvita Rossomalai.
  S.C. Mondal , M.M. Alam , M.M. Rashid , M.Y. Ali and M.M. Hossain
  The study was conducted at Bangladesh Agricultural University Dairy Farm for a period of six months. A total of 164 dairy cows belongs to different breeds, such as Jersey cross, Sahiwal cross, Sindhi cross, Holstein cross and Red Chittagong cows were selected and their information regarding milk production and other reproductive parameters were collected from farm records for a period of last five years (1993-1997). The number of animals of each of the genotypic classes were 48 for Jersey cross, 46 for Sahiwal cross, 35 for Sindhi cross, 20 for Holstein cross and 15 for Red-Chittagong. Significant difference was found within the milk yield (p<0.01), calving interval (p<0.05) and birth weight of calves (p<0.01) of different types of dairy cows. In case of lactation length, gestation length and service per conception, there were no significant differences (p>0.05). Highest milk yield (3.20 lit/day), highest birth weight of calves (15.2 kg) and lowest calving interval (414 days) were observed for Holstein cross. The lowest milk yield (2.46 lit/day) and lowest birth weight of calves were found in Red-Chittagong cows. Production performance of Holstein crossbred were superior to other dairy crossbreds. Jersey crossbred ranked second and performances of other genotypes were nearly similar.
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