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Articles by Omm-e-Hany
Total Records ( 2 ) for Omm-e-Hany
  Tabinda , A. B, Moazzam Ali Khan , Omm-e-Hany , M. Ayub , M. Hussain , A. Yasar and M. Altaf Khan
  Phytoplankton being primary producers in an aquatic habitat play a key role in the production of fishes in water body. Besides a number of other important factors their abundance depends upon various water quality parameters. This study was conducted to assess the relationship between water quality parameters of Deg Nullah and phytoplankton. Physical and chemical parameters studied during the present study were pH, Temperature, Turbidity, Total dissolved solids, Alkalinity, Carbon dioxide, Dissolved oxygen and Hardness. Phytoplankton community was also studied and their relative abundance was estimated using standard techniques. Finally multiple regression models of the predominant species were developed in relation with above mentioned water quality parameters to asses the effect of these parameters on phytoplankton and the overall ecology of Deg Nullah upstream.
  Omm-e-Hany , Roquya Siddiqi , M. Altaf Khan and Atta-Ur-Rahman
  The research work was conducted to investigate the serum antibody response againstListeria ivanoviiin experimentally infected rabbits by inoculation method. It was found out that the blood monocyte count was increased, from 2-3% (prior injection) up to 15% to 72 hours post injection and the count declined after 120 hours. There was a significant rise in mononuclear cells after the repetition of doses except that the level was maintained during these intervals. The highest antibody level was observed at 14-15 days post-inoculation, which persisted for more than three months. These findings suggest that an association exists between the increased number of monocytes in the blood and humoral immune response in correlation with the resistance against listeric infection.
 
 
 
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