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نتایج جستجو برای Bangladesh

تعداد نتایج: 6664  
2013
F. Afroze, M. G. Rasul, A. K. M. A Islam, M. A. K. Mian, T. Hossain, Bangabandhu Sheikh, Mujibur Rahman,

Genetic divergence among 46 ash gourd genotypes from different origins was investigated to select the parents for hybridization using Mahalanobis D 2 statistics. Though the genotypes grouped into seven clusters, the pattern of distribution of the genotypes into different clusters were random indicating that the geographical isolation was not always related to genetic diversity. Characters like ...

2013
P. S. Biswas, M. Enamul Haque,

Six parent diallel cross without reciprocal was studied to investigate the genetic behavior of different agronomic traits in rice. The analysis of Wr-Vr graph showed that panicle length, thousand grain weight and grain yield per plant did not follow the additivedominance model indicating epistatic gene action responsible for the expression of these traits. All other traits under the study were ...

2013
Khaleda Akter, S. H. Habib, M. K. Bashar, A. M. Nurunnabi,

Thirty advanced breeding lines of deep-water rice were evaluated during T. Aman season (rainfed ecosystem) with a view to finding out variability and genetic association for grain yield and its component characters. All the tested characters showed significant variation. The highest genetic variability was obtained in filled grains/panicle followed by plant height. Panicles/plant, filled grains...

2013
Shamsul H. Prodhan, K. Nagamiya, A. Komamine, H. Morishima,

Rice is one of the most important food crops in the world. It is greatly affected by various abiotic stresses. Among them, to improve the complex stress salinity we introduced a desired gene katE, a catalase gene of Escherichia coli, and reporter gene GUS into the indica rice cultivar Kasalath. Plant survival under different salt water concentration was checked. Transformation was carried out u...

2013
F. Mahmud, M. Z. Ullah, K. M. K. Huda,

Genotype-environment interaction was studied in seven genotypes of chickpea under four different cultural environments. Significant variation for genotype (G), environment (E) and G × E interactions were found for the characters days to maturity, plant height, pods/plant, seeds/plant, 100-seed weight and seed yield/plant. On the basis of stability parameters the genotypes Barichola-2, Barichola...

2007
K. A. M. Morshed,

Governments, much like businesses, have two major efficiency criteria. First, in the short term it has to reduce the cost of production of the commodities that it produces and second, in the long term, it must also improve the shareholders wealth by increasing its value in the market. In case of governments, both the stakeholders and consumers are the same, the people. And the market also const...

2011
Md. Abul Faiz, Ariful Basher,

Infectious diseases are major health problems in Bangladesh requiring frequent use of antimicrobials. Diagnosis and treatment of most of the bacterial diseases are empirical. Microbial sensitivity patterns of common infections like respiratory tract infection, urinary tract infection, enteric fever, wound infection are not routinely available for decision making in drug selection. Many infectio...

Journal: :Environmental Health Perspectives 2004
M Nathaniel Mead,

Background: Chronic hemodialysis patients are at higher risk for acquiring hepatitis C virus (HCV). The prevalence varies among different countries and hemodialysis centers. Although guidelines for a comprehensive infection control program exist, the nosocomial transmission still accounts for the new cases of infection. The aim of this study was analyze the follow up of newly acquired acute hep...

Journal: :Oman medical journal 2011
Riaz Uddin, Naz Hasan Huda,

16% Exposure to arsenic through groundwater has been a major public health problem in the USA, Taiwan, Mexico, Mongolia, Argentina, India, Chile, and Bangladesh.1 More than 100 million people worldwide have been estimated to be chronically exposed to arsenic from drinking water containing high arsenic levels. The situation is devastating in Bangladesh that can easily be reflected via the number...

2011
Mumtaz Ahmad,

Mumtaz Ahmad is professor in Hampton University’s Department of Political Science. A member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences’ “Fundamentalism Project,” Dr. Ahmad has been a Research Fellow at the Brookings Institution, a Fellow of the American Institute of Pakistan Studies and the International Institute of Islamic Thought, a Fulbright Professor in Bangladesh and Pakistan, and a Vis...