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Articles by N.A.A. Aziz
Total Records ( 2 ) for N.A.A. Aziz
  M.S.A. Rahim , N.Z.M. Saat , H. Siti Aishah , S.A. Arshad , N.A.A. Aziz , N.N. Zakaria , K. Kaur , M.M. Kamaruddin and N.H.F. Suhaimi
  A cross sectional study done to determine the relationship between academic workloads (credit hours, assignments and study hours) and stress level among biomedical science undergraduates according to gender and year of study. Undergraduates (n = 141, 14 male and 90 females) of biomedical science were chosen via systematic random sampling, responded on GHQ-30 questionnaires to determine their stress level, demographic data, study hour, credit hour and number of assignment per week. The study found that the mean stress level for male was 15.86±6.138 while, for female was 15.70±6.504. Stress level between year of study, study hour by year of study, credit hour by year of study and assignments by year of study was compared. The result indicated that there was significant difference (p<0.05) for study hour by year of study and credit hour by year of study. The results showed that there was weak correlation between stress and credit hour (r = 0.165), study hours (r = 0.062), number of assignment (r = 0.158). The conclusion can be drawn that the stress level of biomedical science undergraduates could be contributed by other factors such as personal problems, financial problems, college activities and others rather than academic workload.
  A.A. Amani , A. Arshad , S.M.N. Amin and N.A.A. Aziz
  A study was conducted for a 12-month period, from June 2008 to May 2009 based on the catch data to determine the catch composition of Set Bag Net (SBN) that is a type of fishing net laid down to catch Acetes shrimps that move along the estuary of Merbok River in the state of Kedah, Peninsular Malaysia. Bag net is a static traditional gear with a cod end mesh size measuring 0.5 cm. The results showed that total catches of the bag net over a year period were constituted of three major catch groups viz. Acetes shrimps (89%), juvenile fishes (9%) and other non-Acetes shrimps (2%). The annual mean percentage composition of sergestid shrimps comprised of A. japonicus, A. vulgaris and A. indicus were found to be 89, 7 and 4%, respectively. The gear is very selective and besides Acetes there was also a small proportion of fish juvenile being caught. Seven species of juvenile fishes were recorded throughout the catch period however; their mean total abundance was very low (9%). Penaeid shrimp was the only group of non-Acetes shrimp been recorded. Based on the analyzed catch composition data, it could be concluded that SBN is Acetes-selective and not causing significant great damage to the juvenile fish population inhabiting the study area.
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