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Assessment of resistance to the attack of bean beetle Callosobruchus maculatus (Fabricius) in chickpea genotypes on the basis of various parameters during storage
Muhammad Sarwar
Songklanakarin Journal of Science and Technology , 2012,
Abstract: Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.), is an important pulse food. During storage this commodity is severely attacked bybean beetle Callosobruchus maculatus (Fabricius) resulting losses in quantity and nutritional quality. Research studies onrelative resistance of 12 chickpea genotypes to the attack of C. maculatus during storage were carried out. The genotypesmost tolerant to bruchids comprised CH-52/02 and B-8/03, whereas, the most susceptible reactions were apparent inCH-86/02 and CC-117/00. The moderate pest incidence was observed in CH-28/02, CH-4/02, CH-32/02, CH-31/02, CH-9/02,CM-772/03, B-8/02 and CM-628/03 genotypes. The tolerant genotypes exhibited hard and wrinkled seed coat, dark browncolour and small size grain. These characteristics demonstrated a significant harmful effect to pest appearance and graindamage. The vulnerable genotypes had soft and smooth seed coat, white seed colour and bigger grain size that causedvulnerability to C. maculatus. Based on the present investigation, chickpea genotypes CH-52/02 and B-8/03 deserve specialconsideration and may be recommended for relatively longer storage to achieve the goal of long term and sustainable pestmanagement strategies.
Cassia nigricans have Potential against Pathogenic Microorganisms
Muhammad Sarwar
International Journal of Pharmacology , 2011,
Abstract: Not Available
Ampucare Performed Good Antimicrobial Activity under All Storage Conditions
Muhammad Sarwar
International Journal of Pharmacology , 2011,
Abstract: Not Available
Methanolic Extract of Croton Penduliflorus Affects Intestinal Enzyme Activity and Protein Content in the Late Phase of Pregnancy
Muhammad Sarwar
International Journal of Pharmacology , 2011,
Abstract: Not Available
Biological Oriented Theories of Criminality: Explanation and Criticism
Sarfraz Hussain,Muhammad Sarwar
Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: Criminality a specific type of behavior of human being, manifested and emerged out of particular biological given tendency system multiplying and interacting with series of events after birth. Biological inherited constitution of a person contributes a pivotal role in setting his behavior type and personality by procuring raw material for basement and foundation which constitutes his propensity and proneness, even then an individual starts learning and living with relying on parent’s injected capabilities. The theme of the constitutional theories that deviancy is a transmitted tendency appeared at or after birth which is physically and genetically measurable. Born criminal thought has endured great criticism but stands still, critique doesn’t diminish importance and validity of any idea, it helps for removing the deficiencies and shortfalls for producing and promoting refined approaches and lead towards perfection. These theories are result of sifting and painstaking research of biological positivist, are inviting and appealing intellectuals and academician for further contemplation and research.
International Journal of Pharmacology 2010: A Tremendous Year and Future Prospects
Muhammad Sarwar,Mohammad Abdollahi
International Journal of Pharmacology , 2011,
Abstract: International Journal of Pharmacology was launched by Asian Network for Scientific Information (ANSInet) with the objectives to provide a vibrant and unique forum to the pharmacologists around the world to present outstanding researches in the field. In this editorial paper, the progress, editorial decisions and contribution of scientists from different countries in International Journal of Pharmacology during the year 2010 have been summarized. This paper also highlights the editorial efforts to make the journal more visible and reviewers efforts to improve the quality of the contents to meet high standards of scientific publications.
Planning Green Spaces in Poverty Line Areas; Shadab Colony and Chak. No-7 Case Study
Asrar Sarwar,Muhammad Qasim
Journal of Applied Sciences , 2003,
Abstract: The study aims at improving social and physical environment in urban poverty line areas through planning and development of open spaces. This especially concentrated development according to public perception, demand and incorporating their resources in form of cash, physical work, providing land and supervising the developmental work for development according to their aspirations.
Riemann-Liouville and higher dimensional Harday operators for non-negative decreasing function in $L^{p(\cdot)}$ spaces
Ghulam Murtaza,Muhammad Sarwar
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: In this paper one-weight inequalities with general weights for Riemann-Liouville transform and $ n-$ dimensional fractional integral operator in variable exponent Lebesgue spaces defined on $\mathbb{R}^{n}$ are investigated. In particular, we derive necessary and sufficient conditions governing one-weight inequalities for these operators on the cone of non-negative decreasing functions in $L^{p(x)}$ spaces.
Needs Assessment of University Teachers for Professional Enhancement
Muhammad Naeemullah Khan,Muhammad Sarwar
International Journal of Business and Management , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v6n2p208
Abstract: The purpose of the Study was to explore the training needs for university teaching staff. The sample comprised of randomly selected twenty percent teaching staff of ten selected universities, degree-awarding institutions from public sector and forty percent teaching staff of ten selected universities from the private sector. A self developed Questionnaire consisting of forty-one items to be responded on five-point Likert scale and two open-ended questions were used to collect data. The analysis of the data revealed that university teachers need the training in the following areas: Philosophy of Education, Islamic Philosophy of Education, Educational psychology, Research techniques, Professional trends Professional competencies, Professional attitude, Professional Ethics, Global innovations in teaching strategies, Classroom Management, Counselling and Guidance, Student discipline, Communication skills, Learning Theories and Supervision. So it is recommended that the areas mentioned above may be included in the training curriculum of university teachers.
Measurement of SF-6D Utility among Patients with Active Tuberculosis
Masood Sarwar Awan,Muhammad Waqas,Muhammad Amir Aslam,Muhammad Sarwar
Global Journal of Health Science , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/gjhs.v3n1p203
Abstract: Inspite of so much development in medical technology, Tuberculosis (TB) is still the problem for humans. Few studies, in Pakistan highlighted the factors that affect patients health related quality of life (HRQOL) with active TB. The aim of this study is to measure short form six dimension (Sf-6D) utility scores of patients with active TB of Sargodha district. 120 active TB patients were interviewed and short form-36 questionnaire was followed. District TB hospital of Sargodha district was visited. Results show that Utility scores of female patients were better than male, while patients belong to urban areas have better utility scores as compared to rural patients of TB. Indoor patient’s utility scores were better than outdoor patients. Disease severity, use of drugs, depression, pain and death threat were the factors that negatively affect the patients health related quality of life, while opportunity of leisure and income level increase patients HRQOL.
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