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An Edgeworth Box Approach toward Conceptualising Economic Integration  [PDF]
Hasanuzzaman Zaman
Modern Economy (ME) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/me.2011.21010
Abstract: The joint-communiqué originating from the January 2010 summit between India and Bangladesh has opened new doors of opportunities for addressing economic integration not just between India and Bangladesh, but across the South Asian region. In this article, an Edgeworth Box approach has been deployed to help con-ceptualise the various Pareto-optimal solutions that are to be realised through close bilateral cooperation in particular. The article attempts to address some of the issues deterring establishment of trade and transport integration between Bangladesh and India, which are also relevant from the perspective of the entire South Asia region.
Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoretic Band Pattern of Esterase in the Pupae of Bactrocera papavae and Bactrocera carambolae (Diptera: Tephritidae)
M. Hasanuzzaman,A.B. Idris
Current Research Journal of Biological Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: The study was undertaken to compare the electrophoretic banding patterns of esterase isozyme between the pupae of Bactrocera papayae and Bactrocera carambolae (Diptera: Tephritidae) by using polyacrylamide gel. These two Bactrocera species are the major agricultural pests, especially fruits and vegetables. One esterase band, EST-1 was detected and the relative mobility value was 0.15 which was close to the cathode. The EST-1 band was present in the pupae of both Bactrocera species. There was no difference in the esterase patterns of both species. The thickness and activation of the band varied slightly. So, the results prove that the pupae of the two Bactrocera species have almost similar esterase band pattern in the same polyacrylamide gel.
The Fourth UNLDC Conference (UNLDC-IV) in Istanbul: Exploring Ideas for Augmenting Foreign Aid Flows  [PDF]
Hasanuzzaman. Zaman, Afrin Islam
Modern Economy (ME) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/me.2011.22013
Abstract: Since 1981, the United Nations (UN) has been holding special conferences on the least developed countries (LDCs). The Fourth UN Conference on LDCs (UNLDC-IV) is scheduled to take place in Istanbul from 30 May to 3 June, 2011. The overarching objective of this paper is to raise awareness in view of the upcoming UNLDC-IV by suggesting ideas for augmenting foreign aid flows to the least developed regions in the world. It emphasises on preparing aid management policies (AMP) in order to improve aid flows both in quantitative and qualitative terms. The paper argues that increase of foreign aid is necessary if LDCs are to remain competitive and continue using international trade as a tool for promoting economic growth and socioeconomic development.
A Study on Tomato Candy Prepared by Dehydration Technique Using Different Sugar Solutions  [PDF]
Md. Hasanuzzaman, M. Kamruzzaman, Md. Mominul Islam, Sultana Anjuman Ara Khanom, Md. Mashiar Rahman, Laisa Ahmed Lisa, Dipak Kumar Paul
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2014.513137
Abstract: The aim of the research was to develop a self-stable dehydrated tomato product using different sugar solutions and to study the effects of the sugar solution on the characteristic of tomato candy. Tomato was immersed into the sugar solution with the concentrations of 40%, 50% and 60% for 24 hours. Moisture, ash, protein, fat, vitamin C, acidity, total sugar, crude fiber, total SO2 and salt content and organoleptic quality and microbiological status of the prepared candy were analyzed. There was a tendency of decreasing moisture, ash, protein, fat, vitamin C, acidity, crude fiber and increasing total sugar content with increased concentration of sugar solution used. On the microbiological analysis, total bacteria and total fungus load were increased with increasing the concentration of sugar solution. The best characteristic of tomato candy was found with 40% sugar solution, with highest nutrient and sensory score and lowest microbial load than candy prepared with 50% and 60% sugar solution.
Milk Production Trend, Milk Quality and Seasonal Effect on it at Baghabarighat Milk Shed Area, Bangladesh
M. A. Azad,M. Hasanuzzaman,Azizunnesa,G. C. Shil
Pakistan Journal of Nutrition , 2007,
Abstract: The present research work was undertaken to identify the quantitative and qualitative trends of milk production of Baghabarighat Milk Shed Area of Milk Vita throughout the year from January, 2001 to December, 2005. It was observed that milk production trend of BMSA statistically significant (P<0.05) between different months or season of each year during the said period, and the average values of milk production of different years (2001-2005) were also statistically significant (P<0.05). It was also found that milk production of BMSA was 53.29 TL/day. From the study it was also revealed that the highest milk production was in February (10.01%) and lowest in September (6.46%) and milk production gradually increased from September to February which was indicated a specific milk production trend throughout the year. Fat and SNF production was little highest in December to April.
The Effect and Economic Evaluation of Feeding Urea- Molasses and Urea-Molasses Concentrate With Green Grasses on Milk Production in Buffalo Cows of Bangladesh
M. J. Uddin,G. Miah,F. Kabir,M. Hasanuzzaman
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2002,
Abstract: A trail was conducted to investigate the effect and economic evaluation of feeding urea-molasses and urea-molasses concentrate with green grass on milk yield. Sixteen animals were grouped in to 3 having 5 animals in each of group A and C and 6 animals in group B. Group A was control (farmer practice), B was fed urea-molasses with green grass and C was fed urea-molasses concentrate with green grasses. The average milk yield of group A, B and C were 0.82, 2.67 and 1.87 kg/d and 4% fat corrected milk yield (FCM) of group A, B and C were 2.54, 6.99 and 4.78 kg/d respectively. The both average milk yield and FCM yield of group A was significantly (P<0.001) lower than treated groups B and C. Supplemented group B was significantly higher than supplemented group C. Total feed cost in group B (TK.1140) was lower than that of group C (TK.1305). In contrasts , net return from B (TK.5950) was higher than that of group C (TK.3658). In addition, another metabolic trail was carried out to find out the reason of better performance of urea-molasses supplemented group than urea-molasses concentrate group. Four cannulated animals were fed four types of dietary group, A, B, C and D respectively and was observed the ruminal parameters (NH3, pH) NH3-N was significantly higher (P<0.05) in dietary groups C and D than in dietary groups A and B. Addition of urea increased rumen NH3 level and maintain rumen pH in normal range. This favorable environment of rumen may recovered the deficit nutrients (energy, protein) of normal local grasses and increased milk production.
Effect of Maternal Nutrition on Kits During Pre and Post Partum Period
M. Hasanuzzaman,A. Reza,F. Kabir,M.J. Uddin
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2002,
Abstract: A total of 15 young rabbits (kits) of 35 days old were randomly allocated to same concentrate mixture (T2) in a completely randomized design. All the rabbits were offered ad-libitum green grass with same concentrate mixture. All the animals were kept in the same management. The feed intake, live weight changes and feed conversion efficiency was recorded. DM intake in three different groups (A, B, C) were 350.53?46.57, 403.62 ± 41.89 and 389.30 ± 53.71 (g/wk) which were not significant. The average daily gains in group A, B and C were 11.25 ± 8.71, 15.20 ± 8.33 and 14.43 ± 9.84 respectively and the differences among groups were not significant. The differences in growth velocity among different groups were not significant. Feed conversion efficiency were 4.45, 3.79 and 3.85 for group A, B and C respectively and the values were found non-significantly different. The result indicated that feeding of mother in terms of energy did not have any significant effect on DM intake, live weight changes, growth velocity and feed conversion efficiency upon their kits.
Investigation of Energy Consumption and Energy Savings of Refrigerator-Freezer During Open and Closed Door Condition
M. Hasanuzzaman,R. Saidur,H.H. Masjuki
Journal of Applied Sciences , 2008,
Abstract: This study presents the effects of different operating variables on energy consumption of refrigerator-freezer that had two phases. The first phase is to investigate the effects of the number of door opening, duration of each door remain open, ambient temperature, cabinet load and thermostat setting position on energy consumption during the open door conditions. The second phase is to investigate the effects of the ambient temperature, cabinet load, thermostat setting position and open surface water pan area inside the cabinet on energy consumption during the closed door conditions. All the experiments were conducted in the environmental controlled chamber. The result shows that there is a great influence of different variables on energy consumption and average consumption is about 3.3 kWh day-1. The effects of number of door opening, ambient temperature and cabinet load are more compared to the others. The open door energy consumption is 40% more compared to the closed door test. It is found that the average of the maximum energy consumption is 27.3% more compared to average consumption and 55.6% more compared to average of the minimum consumption. If the users be serious, a significant amount of energy could be saved with the proper utilization of refrigerator-freezer.
Siliqua and Seed Development in Rapeseed (Brassica campestris L.) as Affected by Different Irrigation Levels and Row Spacing
Agriculturae Conspectus Scientificus (ACS) , 2008,
Abstract: Accumulation of dry matter in siliqua, number of siliqua per plant, length of siliqua and seeds per siliqua of rapeseed (Brassica campestris L.) plants were studied under three irrigation levels (no irrigation, one irrigation at 30 DAS and two irrigations at 30 and 60 DAS) and three row spacing (20 cm, 30 cm and 40 cm). The experiment was carried out at Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University (SAU) Farm, Dhaka-1207, Bangladesh during the period from October, 2005 to January, 2006. The results revealed that the maximum dry matter accumulation in siliquae observed with two irrigations (at 30 DAS and 60 DAS) with 40 cm row spacing. Number of siliquae per plant was affected by different irrigation levels and row spacing and the highest number of silique was produced by two irrigations (at 30 DAS and 60 DAS) with 40 cm row spacing. At harvest, two irrigations produced the highest number of siliquae (120.3) which was statistically different from one irrigation (76.14) and no irrigation (control) treatments (30.99) and the differences were 288.2% and 145.7%, respectively over control. Length of silique as well as number of seeds per siliqua were significantly affected by the combination of irrigation levels and row spacing.
Quality Evaluation of Ginger Candy Prepared by Osmotic Dehydration Techniques  [PDF]
Md Sahin Alam, M. Kamruzzaman, Sultana Anjuman Ara Khanom, Mohammad Robel Hossen Patowary, Md Toufiq Elahi, Md Hasanuzzaman, Dipak Kumar Paul
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2018.94030
Abstract: The study was carried out to develop and compare Ginger candy from fresh indigenous and China Ginger. Ginger was immersed into the sugar solution with the concentrations of 50%, 60% and 70% sugar solution. Moisture, ash, protein, fat, crude fiber and total sugar content and organoleptic quality and microbial status of the prepared candy were analyzed. Moisture, ash, protein, fat and crude fiber content was found to be lower with increased concentration of sugar solution used, whereas total sugar content was found to be higher. Total bacterial count was increased with increasing the concentration of sugar solution. The best characteristic of Ginger candy was found with 50% sugar solution, with highest nutrient and lowest microbial load than candy prepared with 60% and 70% sugar solution.
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