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Articles by Nasir Mahmood
Total Records ( 3 ) for Nasir Mahmood
  Nasir Mahmood , Nisar Ahmed Jamil , M. Iftikhar and Raheed Akram
  It was planned to compare the spinning potentials of imported cottons viz. American cotton (Acala 1517-95), Uzbek cotton (C-6524), Australian cotton (Sicala-40), Brazilian cotton (Matta) and Zimbabwean cotton (Albar Sz-9314) with Pakistani cotton (MNH-93), in term of their utility values in textiles mills. American and Brazilian cottons generates the better results.
  M. Yaseen , T. Hussain , A. Hakeem and Nasir Mahmood
  Data on rice crop showed that yield and yield contributing parameters were significantly affected by various nutrient combinations and sources. NPK + GM + ZnSO4 gave the best results. It was followed by NPK + FYM + ZnSO4 while without GM or FYM, Zn-chelate performed better than ZnSO4. Foliar spray of ZnSO4 was found inferior among all the sources and methods of zinc application. Grain yield of follow-up wheat crop was statistically similar in all the fertilizer combinations, however, straw yield was maximum where FYM or GM were applied in addition to ZnSO4 to the previous rice crops.
  Rozina M. Ali , Tayyab Husnain , Syed Sarfraz Hussain , Nasir Mahmood and Sheikh Riazuddin
  Induction of multiple shoots in Gossypium hirsutum L. variety CIM-443 has been achieved by using meristem and cotyledonary node as explants. Meristems of size 3-4 mm were excised from embryos isolated from seeds while cotyledonary nodes were cut from seven days old seedling and the mean shoot number per explant response for total of three experiments was maximum i.e., (6.72±0.79) and (4.92±0.67), respectively for both explants in MS medium supplemented with benzyl-amino purine (BAP) 1.0 mg L-1 + naphthalene acetic acid (NAA) 0.05 mg L-1. Shoot elongation was observed in MS medium amended with NAA 0.1 mg L-1. The percentage of shoots forming roots was maximum (79.16) in case of 1/2 MS supplemented with NAA 0.05 mg L-1. Rooted plantlets hardened in soil and normal boll formation observed.
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