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Articles by M. Khalid
Total Records ( 4 ) for M. Khalid
  M. Ahsan and M. Khalid
  Twelve S, selection, four from each of the three wheat varieties (Alexandria, Kharchia-65 and KRL1-4) were made on the bases of high and low K+/Na+ ratio and yield. These were tested to know the effects of selecting for these traits. The S, lines A-1 and A-24 which were selected on the basis of high and low K+/Na+ ratio were found significantly different for IC K+/Na+ ratio. Similarly, Kh-1 (high K+/Na+ ratio) and Kh-5 (low K+/Na+ ratio) were also found significantly different for K+/Na+ ratio. On the other hand, S, lines which were selected on the basis of high and low grain yield showed non significant differences. However, it is concluded from the results that high K+/Na+ ratio may be used as selection criteria for salt tolerance in wheat. Grain yield per plant and its components, showed no significant differences between plants with and without fourth leaf. It is suggested from these results that sampling of fourth leaf have no effects on the grain yield per plant and these can be included with plant without fourth leaf in yield comparison.
  Asghar Ali , M. Asghar Malik , M. Adil Choudhry , A. Tanveer and M. Khalid
  The results revealed that maximum grain yield (5.56 t ha–1) was obtained with the application of standard recommended dose of chemical fertilizer. However, it was followed by the treatment where 1000 kg ha –1 of EM-Biokasht was applied at sowing. It can thus be concluded that although use of EM-Biokasht did not produce comparable results with that of NPK application, but keeping in view the high cost of NPK fertilization, the use of EM-Biokasht at the rate of 1000 kg ha–1 can be recommended for obtaining a reasonable wheat yield with the addative benefit of producing priced wheat under natural farming system.
  M. Rafique Khan , R. Ahmed , M. Rahim Khan , A. Hayat and M. Khalid
  The adult butterflies were collected from ten localities of Distt. Bagh through out the year 1998. A total of 27 species belonging to 5 families and 15 genera were collected. Diversity was calculated by using Shannon-Wiener`s diversity index, Shannon`s equitability, Margalef`s index, Simpson`s index and RI index. The calculated values showed that diversity was slightly higher at Sudhan Gali and Mang Bajri, where as it was lower at Naumanpura. None of the reported species was found to be threatened to become extinct or found to be favored by enriched flora.
  M. Yaseen , S. Muhammed and M. Khalid
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