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Articles by Md. Arifuzzaman
Total Records ( 3 ) for Md. Arifuzzaman
  M.R. Khatun , Md. Arifuzzaman and A. Ashraf
  Genetic abnormalities are not very common. About one third of total calves die due to various reasons, among these a significant number die from different disorder. When they do occur, they cause economic losses. One of the main constraints for cattle improvement is insufficient knowledge on chromosome inheritance pattern, different genetic disease and their chromosomal view. A slight slip in Chromosome number or structure brings obvious disorder though out the life, it may leads to death. Karyotype analysis is an effective way for identification of this disorder of chromosome. Identification of genetic disorder or unique character through karyotyping and possible remedy may protect the loss of cattle, which in turn increases the total productivity. Various abnormal karyotype, karyotype analysis, karyotype preparation were mainly reviewed in this study.
  Zinnat Shahina , Md. Jahedul Islam , Jesmin Abedin , A.H.M. Ishaque Chowdhury and Md. Arifuzzaman
  Urinary tract infection is a very common disease that can affect anyone at any age where the infection rate is higher in woman than man. This study aimed to ascertain the current situation of Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) and drug resistance determination caused by Escherichia coli in different age groups of patients. This prospective study determined the antibiotic susceptibility of 131 isolates of Escherichia coli from the urine culture of 665 patients. Urine samples were aseptically collected in sterile containers and then cultured on Nutrient media. Susceptibility to 9 antimicrobial agents was tested by the disc diffusion technique. Data analysis was performed by employing SPSS software, Version 10.0 and group’s t-test was done as a test of significance. Among 131 E. coli confirmed patients 69 were females and 31% were males. It state that female are more vulnerable to UTI than male (p<0.001). The onset of UTIs in female was high at the age between 21-30 years (28.90%). The occurrence of the disease was high in March-October. Studies revealed that the most resistance rates for E. coli detected from urine culture were Amoxicillin, Doxycycline, Cephalexin, Cephradine, Cotrimoxazole, Cefixime, Ceftroxone and Ciprofloxacin except, Cefuraoxime which was significantly sensitive (p<0.001). This study was evaluated for the prevalence of E. coli in UTI especially to the women and the antibiotic resistance pattern of E. coli.
  M.R. Khatun , Md. Arifuzzaman and A. Ashraf
  Study of calf mortality was carried out on three breeds of buffalo in a buffalo breeding and development farm. There were three types of buffalo such as Nili-Ravi, Indigenous and their crosses were reared here. Data for this study had been taken from record registrar books maintained in the farm. One hundred thirty one dead calves were studied for mortality. Pure Nili-Ravi showed higher mortality rate. The highest life span of dead calves was found as 717 days in Nili-Ravi and lowest 1 day in all breeds. The effect of breed on the life span of dead calves was insignificant (p>0.05). Furthermore, female calves are more prone to death as compared to male counterpart.
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