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Articles by Mumtaz Ahmad
Total Records ( 3 ) for Mumtaz Ahmad
  Liatul Izian Ali Hussin , Siti Maon , Mumtaz Ahmad and Nur Zainie Abd Hamid
  Recent advances in the fields of organ donation and organ transplant have presented new hope for the treatment of serious diseases. However, this promise has been accompanied by several issues. Previous research on organ donation has suggested that, although most people are aware of organ donation, many are unwilling or has no intention to consider donating organs. The present study investigate the significant application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB) in predicting the intention to donate organs. The relationship between the variables: Subjective Norms (SN), Attitude Toward Behaviour (ATB) and Perceived Behavioural Control (PBC) and the key component of the theory, intention is examined. This cross sectional study has adapted questionnaire from previous research on the application of TPB. The study findings indicate that, all the three factors have significant strong relationship with the intention to donate organ. The greatest barrier to be an organ donor is Subjective Norms (SN). It is hoped that the result from this research may benefit both healthcare providers and patients in a multicultural society like Malaysia.
  M.A. Parvez , Faqir Muhammad and Mumtaz Ahmad
  Present studies were carried out to find the effect of removal of reproductive parts i.e. pods and to observe the compensatory growth behavior and lateral bud out growth for source sink relationship of pea plants. Deponing greatly increased the height of plant, number of leaves, number of branches and number of flowers per plant. Seed number per pod, number of seeds per plant, mean seed weight, total biomass and harvest index was also found significantly affected as a result of pod removal. However, pod removal had no significant effect on branch length number of pods per plant and seed weight per plant.
  M. A. Parvez , Faqir Muhammad and Mumtaz Ahmad
  Studies were conducted to observe the effect of L-tryptophan on growth and yield of tomato. It has been concluded that L-tryptophan improved the vegetative and reproductive growth of tomato. Higher concentrations of Ltryptophan i.e., 10–4 ML–1 and 10–1 ML–1 were found much suitable to boost up stem height, number of leaves per plant. Lower concentrations of L-tryptophan i.e., 10–2 ML–1 and 10–3 were found favourable to improve reproductive characters i.e., number of trusses, fruits per truss and per plant, weight of fruit and number of seeds. TSS was lowered with the application of the chemical and ascorbic acid was enhanced with 104 ML‾1 concentration of L-tryptophan.
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