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Articles by Md. Shariful Islam
Total Records ( 5 ) for Md. Shariful Islam
  Md. Shariful Islam and Md. Nazmul Islam
  Effectiveness of a library service is now largely depends upon the Information and Communication Technology (ICT). This study attempts to explore the gradual advancement of modern technologies in libraries distinguishing old and new technologies. The study endeavors to identify various components of ICT which are used or being used in libraries and information systems. The study identifies exact reasons to use computer and related technologies in libraries. It also delineates the functions; impacts and challenges of ICT based library system.
  Jahan Ara Khatoon , Md. Shariful Islam , Nur Mohammad Talukder and Md. Afzal Hossain
  A study was undertaken in the Department of Biochemistry, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh to monitor the level of three selected pesticides at various dose levels. In this case edible part of red amaranth was extracted and analyzed for applied pesticide residues. It was found that after one day 0.0065 μg of cypermethrin retained per g of plant sample, which was 0.23% of the applied dose. While on the 3rd day of spray the level of residue was found to decrease (0.0024 μg g1-1) which accounted for 0.085% of the applied dose. In case of higher dose applied, the residue level of chlorpyrifos was 0.0173 μg g-1 whereas the level increased to 0.0237 μg g1-1 on 3rd day of application. It seemed that the uptake of chlorpyrifos by red amaranth from soil and its accumulation therein was higher on 3rd day of application. The residue level of carbofuran was very low both at 1st and 3rd day of application. However, an increasing trend of incorporation was observed on 3rd day of application. It is remarkable to note that when higher level of chlorpyrifos and carbofuran were jointly applied, the amount of chlorpyrifos as residue increased but the level of carbofuran decreased. Finally carbofuran could not be traced after 72 h of joint application. So study indicated that chlorpyrifos might exert antagonistic effect on the uptake/accumulation of carbofuran in plant system.
  Swagatam Talukder , K.M. Khalequzzaman , S.M.K.E. Khuda , Md. Shariful Islam and M.N.A. Chowdhury
  Different post-harvest treatments manifested specific attribute in maintaining physical appearance, acceptability and economic return for tomato. The physical appearance and consumer`s acceptability score for tomatoes at 6 days after storage revealed that, perforated polythene and wet gunny bag treatments showed better physical appearance than all other treatments. The score was the highest (10) at 0 days of storage and also the highest score 7 at 8 DAS in perforated polythene bag. The gross economic returns, considering weight loss, physical appearance and consumer`s acceptability at 6 days after storage, tomatoes kept in perforated polythene bag was found to be the highest. The lowest return was observed in the polyester bag on the vegetable during storage.
  Md. Anwarul Haque , K.M. Khalequzzaman , Md. Shariful Islam and M.M. Hossain
  Market diseases of banana were surveyed in three markets of Mymensingh town. Anthracnose and botryodiplodia rots were detected as the main cause of market rots of banana fruits. About 2.04-4.90% fruits were rotted during April-September due to anthracnose and 2.96-4.74% owing to botryodiplodia rots. Both the diseases clearly correlated positive with temperature. The causes of anthracnose and botryodiplodia rots were identified as Colletotrichum musae and Botryodiplodia theobromae, respectively.
  Md. Shariful Islam
  In this paper an attempt has been made to give a short overview of the rural library situation in Bangladesh and their role in providing rural information services. Besides, an effort is also made to trace the Multipurpose Community Telecentre (MCT) which providing ICT based rural information services in Bangladesh. Finally, recommendations are also given for the development of rural libraries in providing rural information services in Bangladesh.
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