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Articles by S.M. Alam
Total Records ( 4 ) for S.M. Alam
  S.M. Alam and M.A. Khan
  It was observed from the results that treatments had no effect on seed germination of rice. Both shoot and root lengths were substantially decreased. Root length was affected more than the shoot growth irrespective of treatments.
  S.M. Alam , R. Ansari and M.A. Khan
  Seeds of sweet clover in combination with 0.4 % NaCl significantly decreased the germination and had severe inhibitory effects on shoot and root lengths of rice. Root length was affected more than the shoot and the effect of NaCl was accentuated on the presence of weed seed.
  S.M. Alam , Muhammad Akhtar , Zafar Iqbal and A. Latif
  Effect of applied and residual P from two sources,di calcium phosphate (DCP) and single super phosphate (SSP), were evaluated by growing wheat, brassica and berseem crops in a pot experiment. The criteria used were plant yield and P uptake. Both of the P sources for grain and straw yield of brassica, residual as well as applied P did not improve the yield. However, grain yield of wheat, fodder yield of berseem and total P uptake by these crops were found to improve significantly due to residual and applied P as DCP compared to SSP. A heavy P application from DCP showed positive residual effect and resulted in increased yield and P uptake by wheat and berseem. These results, therefore, strongly advocate the suitability of DCP as a P fertilizer source.
  S.M. Alam , M. A. Khan , M. Ali and R. Ansari
  Water culture experiment was conducted to observe the effects of different levels of Zn and P alone and in combination on the growth ,chlorophyll and peroxidase contents of rice (cv. Shadab).The concentrations for the study were Zn: 0.0, 5.0, 10.0, and 20.0 mg L-11, and P 0.0, 20.0, 40.0, 60.0 mg L -1. It was observed that the growth of fresh and dry weights of shoot, root and its length were increased in more or less all the treatments as compared to control. Contrary to this the chlorophyll and peroxidase contents were substantially decreased with increasing levels of Zn and P. It was observed that intermediate levels of both Zn and P were seemed to be beneficial for the growth of rice.
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