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Articles by Nisar Hussain
Total Records ( 2 ) for Nisar Hussain
  Aisha Bibi , Nosheen Ellahi , Anser Ali , Fida Hussain , Nisar Hussain and Muhammad Ahmad
  Seedlings of Vicia faba were germinated and grown on moist filter paper in Petri dishes for about ten days. Seedlings of uniform size were then transplanted into pots containing garden soil and different NaCl treatments/EC values i.e 0.2 (control), 1.3, 2.4, 4.6, 9.1, 13.6, 18.0 and 22.5 mS/cm. Root and shoot lengths, their fresh and dry weights and root nodulation were recorded at different intervals after transplantation. Fresh and dry weight of shoot generally decreased with increasing NaCl levels in Vicia faba. Plants of treatment (control), 0.1, 0.2, 0.4 remain alive, their weight and length of shoot increased with the passage of time and the weight first increased and then decreased with increasing NaCl levels. Similar results were obtained for roots, but other die. In Vicia faba flowering and pod formation was negligible during first, second and third harvest at any treatment. Nodule formation was observed and the number of nodules per plant decreased with increasing NaCl levels. It was that increasing trends of salinity levels in Vacia faba caused a reduction in the growth of morphological characters and nutritional stress by decreasing in nodulation number and weight age.
  Babak Mahmood , Shabbir Hussain , Malik Muhammad Sohail , Nisar Hussain and Muhammad Ahmad
  This study investigates the level of awareness about malnutrition and poor drinking water on the child health in Chiniot. Lack of improved drinking water and sanitation services causes major diseases like diarrhea affecting health status and mortality among children. Using a quantitative data, the study’s major objective was to determine whether access to improved sources of water and nutrition in Chiniot are affective for health of children who are less than five years of age. Potential mechanism behind the relationships between child health and different types of water supply and sanitation services are also explored. Data were collected from different villages of Chiniot. Multi-stage sampling technique was used to collect a sample of 200 respondents. Interview schedule was used as a tool for data collection. The main objectives of this study were to study the awareness of rural people about the effects of malnutrition and poor water supply on child health. The major findings of this study are that mostly people in rural settings have not awareness about malnutrition, poor drinking water and children health. Mostly people are less educated and pay no attention on children health.
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