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Articles by Mir Ajab Khan
Total Records ( 5 ) for Mir Ajab Khan
  Akbar Ali Meo , Feroza Baig and Mir Ajab Khan
  The response of water stress and nitrogen fertilizer on fresh matter production of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) was studied in pot experiment. Three nitrogen levels were created by supplying urea at different rates. Sporadic stress was induced by a cycle of 10 day watering and 10 days stress period after 20, 30, 40 and 50 days of sowing. The data of leaf, stem and root showed that water stress and nitrogen fertilizer have highly significant response. The fresh matter production decreased significantly after decreasing urea dose or increasing the water stress period. At all stress levels including control, the highest-value for fresh matter production were recorded at full dose of urea, intermediate at 1/3 and the lowest in 1/8 dose. Stress and fertilizer correlated with each other.
  Muhammad Ibrar Shinwari and Mir Ajab Khan
  This study was part of the ethnobotanical work carried out at Margalla Hills National Park, in order to compare the level of biotic interference among three different sites of the same locality. The community on the sacred site was identified as Acacia modesta-Carissa opaca-Oxalis camiculata; on reserved site Acacia modesta-Carissa opaca-Oplismenus burmanii while on unreserved site Phoenix sylvestris-Carissa opaca-Cynodon dactylon community was found. Comparison of the three sites showed a remarkable difference among them. The number of species found on sacred site were less than reserved and unreserved site which suggest more biotic interference on reserved and unreserved sites than on sacred site. The ratio of wood product found on each site was 6:2:1. The similarity index of the three sites was found to be 10.86%. Small qualitative difference in vegetation among all of the three sites and some other observations suggest that the traditional trend among the people to pay homage to the shrines by not disturbing their vegetation is now decreasing due to urbanisation of the culture.
  Sohail Jamil Qureshi , Sofia Bano , Taj Mohammad and Mir Ajab Khan
  Medicinal potential of some poisonous plant was studied from Kahuta Rawalpindi district. Calotropis procera is a remedy for asthma, leprosy and skin diseases. Convolvulus arvensis is mild poisonous plant. It is an excellent remedy for skin diseases and is also used for washing hair to remove dandruff. Oil of Ricinus communis is useful in constipation in children and the plant is used as an antiseptic. Root of Euphorbia helioscopia is used as an anthelmintic. Tribulus terrestris is also a mild poisonous plant for humans but poisonous for goats. The leaves of Cannabis sativa are antispasmodic, narcotic and sedative.
  Sarfaraz Khan Marwat , Mir Ajab Khan , Muhammad Aslam Khan , Mushtaq Ahmad , Muhammad Zafar , Fazal- ur-Rehman and Shazia Sultana
  The present research work is based on nine herbaceous plant species: Agaricus campestris L., Allium cepa L., Allium sativum L., Beta vulgaris L. Citrulus lanatus (Thunb.) Mats. & Nakai, Cucumis sativus L., Lagenaria siceraria (Molina) Standley, Trigonella foenum-graecum L. and Zingiber officinale Roscoe. mentioned in Holy Quran and Ahadith. These plants were collected from Dera Ismail Khan District, NWFP, Pakistan, during 2007. This is a part of check list of medicinal flora and their uses enlisted in Holy Quran, Ahadith and Islamic literature. The main aim of this study is to document the knowledge of ethnobotanical importance of vegetables in the light of Islam. In view of the importance of this study related comprehensive and detailed data was collected. Complete macro and microscopic detailed morphological features of these species were discussed. Results were systematically arranged by alphabetic order of botanical names, family followed by Quranic name, Arabic name, English name, Local/vernicular name, habit and habitat, parts used, medicinal uses and references cited from Holy Quran and Ahadith. It is concluded that herbal medicines are being widely used in the world because of better cultural acceptability, least injurious with none or much reduced side effects.
  Sarfaraz Khan Marwat , Mir Ajab Khan , Muhammad Aslam Khan , Fazal -ur-Rehman , Mushtaq Ahmad , Muhammad Zafar and Shazia Sultana
  The present research work is based on Three woody plant species: Salvadora persica, L. Tamarix aphylla (L.) Karst. and Zizyphus mauritiana Lam. mentioned in the 16th Ayat of Sura Saba in Holy Quran and Ahadith. These plants were collected from Dera Ismail Khan District, NWFP, Pakistan, during 2007. This is a part of check list of medicinal flora and their uses enlisted in Holy Quran, Ahadith and Islamic literature. The main aim of this study is to document the knowledge of ethnobotanical importance of these plants in the light of Islam. In view of the importance of this study related comprehensive and detailed data was collected. Complete macro and microscopic detailed morphological features of these species were discussed. Results were systematically arranged by alphabetic order of botanical names, family followed by Quranic name, Arabic name, English name, Local/Vernicular name, habit and habitat, distribution, parts used, medicinal uses and references cited from Holy Quran, Ahadith. It is concluded that herbal medicines are being widely used in the world because of better cultural acceptability, least injurious with none or much reduced side effects.
 
 
 
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