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Articles by Muhammad Sadiq
Total Records ( 4 ) for Muhammad Sadiq
  Tahir Sajjad , Abdul Azim , Muhammad Sadiq , Manzoor Akbar , Zubair Shah , Kiramat Khan , Fazli Subhan and Nazeer H. Shah
  A set of 28 sub-tropical CIMMYT maize germplasm, along with 2 local checks were evaluated at experimental farm of Cereal Crops Research Institute, Pirsabak, Nowshera, NWFP Pakistan during Kharif growing season of year 2000 for desirable alleles, to be incorporated in indigenous maize breeding programme. CIMMYT entry no. 12 significantly out yielded (6.5 tons ha-1) all entries, had significantly lowest (58 days) days for mid silking and plant height (187.7 cm) remained under desirable range with cob placement (98.6 cm) at favorable height with lodging frequencies at permissible limits is recommended for induction in indigenous maize breeding program. CIMMYT entries no. 21 and 6 also had significantly highest grain yields (6.4 and 5.9 tons ha-1) with other factors significantly higher or ad-par with checks are also recommended for source of desirable alleles for improvement of elite maize populations.
  Shazia Fazal , Muhammad Sadiq , Muzammil Saleem and Azeem Khalid
  In a field trial conducted at University of Agriculture, Faisalabad during 1996-97, two varieties of lentil (Lens culinaris Medic) viz. Masoor 93 and 91517 were treated with pre-emergence Orifan coupled with three phosphorus levels. Herbicidal treatment reduced weed population and weed biomass as compared to control. Both the inputs increased various parameters including yield components. Phosphorus @ 60 kg ha -1 and Orifan @ 3.0 l ha-1 proved better than their lower rates and brought about an overall increase of 58 per cent over control, attributable to the two inputs in about 1:4 ratio, respectively. The two varieties showed non significant difference for various parameters.
  Zafar Iqbal Khan , Altaf Hussain and Muhammad Sadiq
  Different Media were optimized for plant regeneration from callus initiated from mature embryos of Indica rice on media with various levels of 2,4-D alone and in combination with various concentrations of Benzyle adenine. Plant regeneration was achieved in both MS and N6 media with and without various levels of growth regulators. In addition to green plants, production of albino plants was also observed in all the media tested for regeneration. The composition of each Callus induction and regeneration media was found to be responsible for the recovery of higher number of plants.
  Zafar Iqbal Khan , Altaf Hussain and Muhammad Sadiq
  Methods were developed to optimize the media for callus induction from mature embryos of indica rice (Oryza sativa L.) CV. DM-25. Callusing from seeds of rice was observed with various levels of 2,4-d alone and in combination with different concentratiom of benzyl adenine. With the gradual increase of 2,4-d concentration in callus induction medium, there was gradual increase in callusing frequency.
 
 
 
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