Archive | May 2019

Diversity status of fishes of the Meghna river adjacent to Narsingdi district, Bangladesh | JBES

JBES Fish species 30,5,2019By: Md. Simul Bhuyan

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The present experiment was conducted on the fish diversity of the Meghna River close to Narsingdi district from September, 2015 to March, 2016. Fish samples were collected from the fishermen for taxonomic study and thereby diversity of fishes was assessed. Continue reading

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Identifying methods for rapid and uniform germination and storage conditions for seeds of kithul (Caryota urens L.) | IJAAR

IJAAR, Caryota urens 30,5,2019By: Gamini Hitinayake

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This experiment was conducted to identify methods to get rapid and uniform germination and packaging material for storing Kithul seeds. The study was conducted at the University seed testing laboratory, Dodangolla, Kundasale. Pericarp removed seeds were subjected to nine treatments: removal of portion of endosperm (t2), rubbing of seed coat using a sand paper (t3), hot water treatment 80oC for 5 seconds (t4), for 30 seconds (t5), oven heating at 60oC for 10 seconds (t6), for 2 minutes (t7), for 5 minutes (t8), concentrated sulfuric acid for 10 seconds (t9), 0.5M sulfuric acid for 10 seconds (t10) and untreated seeds (t1). Continue reading

Determination of polyphenols, tannins, flavonoids and antioxidant activity in extracts of two genus Ircinia marine sponges of Atlantic Morrocan coast | JBES

JBES Ircina spinulosa 29,5,2019By: Z. Rhandour

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Marine sponges are multicellular invertebrates that are part of the marine biomass from the Lower Cambrian period. They are present all over the planet and live in many aquatic ecosystems. It is found that the marine sponges are the source of the greatest number of metabolites isolated and characterized. These metabolites can beings present in high concentrations. Continue reading

Assessment of inorganic and organic fertilizers regimes on yield and yield components of sunflower in Morogoro, Tanzania | IJAAR

IJAAR, Sunflower 26,5,2019By: Irika M

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An experiment was conducted at Sokoine University of Agriculture to assess the effect of organic and inorganic nitrogen fertilizers on yield and yield component of sunflower in Morogoro. The treatments included the control; 2 t farmyard manure (FYM) ha-1 applied at planting (AAP); 5 t FYM ha-1 AAP; 10 t FYM ha-1 AAP; 20kg N ha-1 applied as UREA at 30 days after planting (DAP); 40kg N ha-1 applied as UREA at 30 DAP; 60kg N ha-1 applied as UREA at 30 DAP; 2 t FYM ha-1 AAP + 20kg N ha-1 applied as UREA at 30 DAP; 5 t FYM ha-1 AAP + 40kg N ha-1 applied as UREA at 30 DAP and 10 t FYM ha-1 AAP + 60kg N ha-1 applied as UREA at 30 DAP. Continue reading

Nutrient partitioning in tomato grown on organic manure treated soil | IJAAR

IJAAR Tomato 26,5,2019By: Md. Yunus Miah

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Field studies focused on nutrient partitioning are necessary for the better crop growth and efficient use of manures. This work presents a comparative study of the effects of cow dung and urea as different N sources on plant growth, shoot-root dry weight and the concentrations of some nutritionally important elements in root, stem, leaf and fruit of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum L., var. Raton). Continue reading