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Articles by Muhammad Latif
Total Records ( 3 ) for Muhammad Latif
  Adnan Murad Bhayo , Muhammad Latif , Javed Ali Babar and Allah Wadhayo Gandahi
  This study was carried out to provide guidelines to farmers and researchers regarding quality of ground water in Tehsil Garhi Khairo. A total 7 tube wells/canals were surveyed throughout tehsil and water samples were taken. Tube wellsand canal water analytical results revealed that pH ranged in between 7.00-7.30, EC 0.50-1.58 dS/m. Soluble sodium (Na+) ranged between 2.70-6.75 dS/m, soluble Calcium (Ca2+), 0.41-2.89 meq/L. Soluble Magnesium (Mg2+) 0.33-2.1 meq/L, soluble potassium (K+) ranged between 0.18-2.16, Chloride (Cl-) 2-6.81 dS/m, Sulphate (SO42- ) 0.2-0.6 meq/L. Overall results conclude that ground water of tehsil Garhi Khairo District Jacobabad can be used for irrigation.
  Kamran Tassaduqe , Muhammad Ali , Abdus Salam , Muhammad Latif , Nazish Afroze , Samra Masood and Soban Umar
  The present study was carried out to assess hypertension in relation to obesity, smoking stress, family history, age and marital status among human population of Multan, Pakistan. The present data was collected randomly from the male population aging from 16 to 85 years. The male population was divided into three age groups i.e old male (age above 50 years), mature male (age 31 to 50 years) and young male (age 16 to 30 years). The study revealed that there was a strong relationship between hypertension and obesity in all age groups. Hypertensive patients had association with age, smoking, stress, family history and marital status. When comparison was made between mild, moderate and severe hypertensive patients, it was found that old married males were suffering from severe hypertension. Family history of hypertension and myocardial infarction also had a strong association with hypertension. The prevalence of hypertension was found to be maximum (17.08%) in males of age group >50 as compared to mature males (14.16%) and young males (13.48%) in observed sample population. The results from the observed population suggested that prevalence of obesity was (11.49%). The obesity was maximum (12.19%) in males of age group >50 as compared to mature males (11.51%) and young males (10.64%). In the normotensive individuals the prevalence of obesity was (8.74%) as compared to (26.99%) in hypertensive individuals.
  Kamran Tassaduqe , Muhammad Ali , Abdus Salam , Muhammad Latif and Tasveer Zahra
  The present study was carried out to investigate the seasonal variations in physico chemical and biological parameters of River Indus for a period of eleven months from November 1993 to September 1994. For this purpose five different locations, Kaloorkot, Darya Khan, Ghazi Ghat Taunsa Barrage and Chachran Sharif were selected for sampling. Water samples were collected on monthly basis and were analyzed for estimation of water temperature, temperature above surface of water, temperature above surface of bank, pH and total dissolved solids. Only Darya Khan was selected for studying planktonic life. The minimum value of temperature of water 0°C in winter months while the maximum temperature of water was 36.67°C in the month of July. The minimum pH 6.9 was recorded in the month of June, while in winter months pH goes on increasing, reaching up to 8.9 showing that in winter months pH of water increases and in summer months pH of water decreases. The minimum value of total dissolved solids was 0.3 mg l-1 in April and 12.49 in August showing an increase in total dissolved solids in winter months. During the whole study 43 different genera of phytoplankton and 17 different genera of zooplankton were observed at Darya Khan. The parameters were analyzed to investigate probable pollution at different points in River Indus to suggest ways and means to improve the feeding and conservation of Indus Dolphin ecology.
 
 
 
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