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Jun 29, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Micronutrient Contents of Heritiera fomes Species at Three Saline Zones of the Sundarban Mangrove Forest, Bangladesh

Hasina Mariam, A. N. M. Alamgir
Micronutrient or essential heavy metals viz. Copper (Cu), Zinc (Zn) and Iron (Fe) distribution trend were studied at the age of 6, 9 and 30 months old Heritiera fomes seedlings at three distinct saline zones viz. Chandpai (Oligohaline), Jungra (Mesohaline) and Munshiganj (Polyhaline) of the Sundarban mangrove forest. Among the observed micronutrients, Fe content comparatively lower than Cu and Zn. Relatively higher Cu was found in the root of 6 month age Heritiera fomes seedlings grown at the Ch...
Open Access Library J. Vol.7, 2020
Doi:10.4236/oalib.1106425


Feb 18, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Effects of Salinity Level on Biochemical Constituents of Heretiera fomes Buch-Ham. and Excoecaria agallocha L. at the Three Saline Zones of the Sundarban Mangrove Forest

Hasina Mariam, A. N. M. Alamgir, Mohammad Mezan Ul Hoque
Biochemical constituents viz. protein and proline (Amino acid) content of early (6, 9 months) and grown-up ages (30 months) of Heritiera fomes Buch-Ham and Excoecaria agallocha L. seedlings were investigated at three saline zones viz. Chandpai (Oligohaline), Jungra (Mesohaline) and Munshiganj (Polihaline) of the Sundarban mangrove forest. In the leaf of early ages H. fomes showed comparatively higher protein content when grown in oligohaline zone but E. agalloc
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Open Access Library J. Vol.7, 2020
Doi:10.4236/oalib.1106024


Mar 12, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Effectiveness of Gully Erosion Control Measures in Edo State, Nigeria

Augustine Osayande, Williams W. Edobor, Sako Kato
The study examined the effectiveness of Gully Erosion Control Measures in Edo State, Nigeria. The objectives are to investigate erosion prone areas in Edo State; the measure(s) were adopted to control gully erosion in the area and the effectiveness of the adopted measures across the study area. The research adopted questionnaire administration and direct field observation as methodo-logical ap
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Open Access Library J. Vol.6, 2019
Doi:10.4236/oalib.1105018


Oct 31, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Geotechnical Appraisal of Ile-Oluji Federal Polytechnic Using Geographical Information System (GIS)

Olumuyiwa Samson Aderinola, Ajibola Ibrahim Quadri
The use of Geographic Information System has been a good solution for database management due to the fact that Geographical information system has the ability to store, manipulate, analyze and display graphical in-formation that has been referenced to a location on the earth. With the aid of Geographic Information System, the research was able to produce a map showing the AASHTO soil classificatio
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Open Access Library J. Vol.5, 2018
Doi:10.4236/oalib.1104972


Nov 17, 2017Open    AccessArticle

The Effect of Grassland Management History on Soil Carbon Response to Slurry and Urea

Junfang Cui, Nicholas M. Holden
Slurry and urea applications are part of normal nutrient management on grassland farms utilizing grazed grass and silage for animal production. It was hypothesized that management history would result in a different carbon response to slurry and urea applications for the same soil type because of differences in soil micro-environment, including microbial biomass and activity, are formed and regulated by long-term ma
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Open Access Library J. Vol.4, 2017
Doi:10.4236/oalib.1104072


Sep 12, 2014Open    AccessArticle

Wetland an Economical Solution for Wastewater Rehabilitation

Mamdouh F. Abdel-Sabour
Wetland system relies on renewable energy sources such as solar and kinetic energy and wetland plants and micro-organisms, which are the active agents in the treatment process. Wetlands can remove inorganic nutrients, heavy metals, dissolved organic carbon, particulate organic matter, and suspended solids from the water column and sediments, as well as play a key role in supporting food webs and influencing global climate change through their role in methanogenesis. Using constructed wetla...
Open Access Library J. Vol.1, 2014
Doi:10.4236/oalib.1100459


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