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Growth Esponses of Various Chrysanthemum Cultivars Propagated Through Soft Wood Cuttings
M. Jamil Ahmed,Abida Afzal
Asian Journal of Plant Sciences , 2003,
Abstract: Eight cultivars of chrysanthemum namely, `Korean hybrid white`, `Single pink` `Spready purple`, `Korean hybrid yellow`, `Anemone red`, `Single red`, `Reflex light yellow` and `Single magenda` were evaluated for their responses to propagation through soft wood. Studies were carried at University College of Agriculture, Rawalakot during 2001-2002. Among these cultivars `Single magenda` showed maximum survival percentages (100%). `Reflex light yellow` and `Anemone red` presented good survival percentages (83.33%). `Single pink` showed survival percentages of (75.0). `Single red` and `Korean hybrid white` responded equally (66.66). `Spready purple` and `Korean hybrid yellow` presented survival percentages of 58.3 and 50.0 respectively. For other growth characteristics `Reflex light yellow` produced maximum branches (10.66), maximum leaves (206.6) and maximum flowers (58.0) per plant. Keeping in view the survival percentages, vegetative and floral characteristics these cultivars and propagation through soft woodcutting is recommended for general cultivation.
Effect of Chemical Treatment, Wax Coating, Oil Dipping and Different Wrapping Materials on Physio-chemical Characteristics and Storage Behavior of Apple (Malus domestica Borkh)
Syed Mubashir Sabir,Syed Zulfiqar Ali Shah,Abida Afzal
Pakistan Journal of Nutrition , 2004,
Abstract: Chemical treatment, wax coating, oil dipping and different wrapping materials have significant role in extending the shelf life of apple. The present investigation was therefore, carried out to extend the shelf life of Banky cultivars of apple by applying the above mentioned treatments. In physical characteristics general appearance (color and shape of fruit), weight loss percentage and organoleptic evaluation were studied during storage. Chemical treatment, total soluble solids, pH, acidity, total sugar, reducing sugar and Vitamin C were analyzed after 15, 30, 45 and 60 days of storage. All the treatment had significant effect on the shelf life of fruits. However, Non-perforated polyethylene was reported superior to all other treatments. Non-perforated polyethylene materials proved very useful for reducing weight loss and shriveling and retained consumer acceptability even after 60 days of storage. Hydroxyquinoline and butter paper wrapping stood second and third positions after non perforated polyethylene wrapping.
Real Exchange Rate Misalignment and Economic Growth: An Empirical Study for the Maghreb Countries
Zouheir Abida
International Journal of Economics and Finance , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/ijef.v3n3p190
Abstract: It has long been recognized in academic and policy debates that domestic policies play an important role in explaining economic growth. The paper investigates the role of real exchange rate (RER) misalignment on long-run growth in three countries of the Maghreb countries (Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco) over the period 1980-2008. We first estimate equilibrium RER relying on the Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rate (FEER) approach, from which misalignment is derived. Second, we estimate a dynamic panel growth model in which among the traditional determinants of growth, our measure of misalignment is included. The results indicate that the coefficient for RER misalignment is negative, which means that a more depreciated (appreciated) RER helps (harms) long-run growth. As a consequence, an appropriate exchange rate policy would close the gap between RER and its equilibrium level.
The Regional Integration Agreements: A New Face of Protectionism
Montej Abida
International Journal of Economics and Finance , 2013, DOI: 10.5539/ijef.v5n3p183
Abstract: The regional integration agreements can be a strategy of trade diversion and thus we can say that there is a violation of the rules of free trade. By creating preferential rules which are inconsistent with the principles of the WTO, the strategy of regional integration can increase the risk of trade disputes with third party countries and can therefore generate a commercial environment full of threats and reprisals. Third countries, especially developing countries have small markets, may find themselves marginalized further when the members of the regional group adopt the principle of discrimination. The philosophy of the WTO paves the way for a transition from regional integration towards a multilateral integration. The question that arises is whether regional integration agreements meet this conception of the WTO or they represent a new form of protectionism hindering free trade. We know that the regional groups hold private information about the actions and decisions they adopt in the intra-group. The uncertainty and hidden information can cause conflicts internationally. The WTO, we can assume as the Principal, should create incentives that can guide regional groups that can be assumed as Peripheral Agents, to comply with Article XXIV and the elimination of regional protectionism. Control actions and trade policies of regional groups should be done on a regular basis to make the game of international trade more fair.
MALARIA, KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE & PRACTICE
Abida Sultana
The Professional Medical Journal , 2001,
Abstract: OBJECTIVES: To assess the knowledge, attitude and practice of people about malaria in a semiurban area near Rawalpindi and Islamabad. DESIGN: Descriptive Cross Sectional Study.SETTING: A cross sectional survey was conducted in a semi urban area of model village Humaknear Rawalpindi and Islamabad. METHOD: Universal questionnaire was used to assess theknowledge, attitude and practices about malaria. The head of family (Male or Female) was interviewed bystructured Questionnaire. RESULTS: In 85% of respondents opinion malaria is a dangerous disease and97% were in favor of protective measures against malaria. Regarding the protective measures 56% were infavor of mosquito net. By the use of mosquito net or repellent 98% of respondents attitude was preventionagainst the mosquito bite. 93% respondents answered that they would like to know about details of malariaproblem. Regarding the practices 72% of respondents, family members suffered from malaria during thepast. 70% of respondents, recognized the malaria on their own by recognizing signs and symptoms ofmalaria, and doctor diagnosed 5%. 70% were planning protection from mosquito bite and 5% were doingself-medication. During malaria season 32% were taking Chemoprophylaxis. 66% were planning tosafeguard their family from mosquito bite and 40% were using mosquito nets. 30% of respondents wereusing mosquito repellents when they were going out of home. Those who were using chemical mat 68%were using regularly and 32% were occasional user. CONCLUSION: The study explores that there is needfor more accurate knowledge transmission from media and health workers and effective health educationprograms and energetic malaria control and eradication steps.
DIAGNOSIS OF EARLY TYPHOID
Abida Raza
The Professional Medical Journal , 2001,
Abstract: Typhoid is a major health problem but conventional diagnostic methods are inadequate.OBJECTIVES: Comparison of two latest diagnostic techniques, PCR and Typhidot. SUBJECT& METHODS: Blood samples from 20 patients of suspected early typhoid and ten controls wereevaluated by PCR, Typhidot, and Widal test. RESULTS: Among patients, 85%, 65% and 60%were positive for typhoid by PCR, Widal test and Typhidot respectively. Respective figures for controls were0, 40% and 20%. CONCLUSION: Typhidot is better than widal test in specificity but PCR is superior inboth sensitivity and specificity.
Evaluation of Plants and Weeds Extract on the Corrosion Inhibition of Mild Steel in Sulphuric Acid
Abida Begum
Journal of Chemistry , 2011, DOI: 10.1155/2011/526452
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Design and Development of Weather Monitoring and Controlling System for a Smart Agro (Farm)  [PDF]
Sumya Tabassum, Afzal Hossain
Intelligent Control and Automation (ICA) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ica.2018.93005
Abstract: Weather plays an important role in our farming system. In greenhouse or internal farming system, weather monitoring is important. For better production and maintenance, it is important to monitor. This project is developed for forecasting weather parameters like humidity, temperature, soil moisture, and raid detection. Humidity and temperature are monitored for internal temperature. The soil is the most important part of a greenhouse. In this project, soil moisture level is monitored and controlled for maintaining soil moisture level. Rain detection is used in outside of the farm. It detects rainwater and sends a message to the server. It is monitored by using a local server. In remote routing area, it also can be monitored and controlled without physical existence. Also, it is a low-cost weather monitoring system for the agro farm. The Raspberry Pi is a low cost, credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. The monitoring system could be designed by using the sensor. It is useful for forecasting and data analysis process. In this project weather forecasting system is designed by using a sensor. In this project, Raspberry Pi work like a remote monitoring and controlling system for the agro farm.
Probability distribution of flood flows in Tunisia
H. Abida ,M. Ellouze
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (HESS) & Discussions (HESSD) , 2008,
Abstract: L (Linear) moments are used in identifying regional flood frequency distributions for different zones Tunisia wide. 1134 site-years of annual maximum stream flow data from a total of 42 stations with an average record length of 27 years are considered. The country is divided into two homogeneous regions (northern and central/southern Tunisia) using a heterogeneity measure, based on the spread of the sample L-moments among the sites in a given region. Then, selection of the corresponding distribution is achieved through goodness-of-fit comparisons in L-moment diagrams and verified using an L moment based regional test that compares observed to theoretical values of L-skewness and L-kurtosis for various candidate distributions. The distributions used, which represent five of the most frequently used distributions in the analysis of hydrologic extreme variables are: (i) Generalized Extreme Value (GEV), (ii) Pearson Type III (P3), (iii) Generalized Logistic (GLO), (iv) Generalized Normal (GN), and (v) Generalized Pareto (GPA) distributions. Spatial trends, with respect to the best-fit flood frequency distribution, are distinguished: Northern Tunisia was shown to be represented by the GNO distribution while the GNO and GEV distributions give the best fit in central/southern Tunisia.
Soil Fertility Problems in Cetnral Rechna Doab
Muhammad Arshad,Abida Akram
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 1999,
Abstract: The study was conducted to evaluate the fertility status of soil in the central Rechna Doab area. Fertility of the whole Central Rechna Doab area was low, Phosphorus in particular was low in all soils, and some soil samples were Potassium deficient while few were low in nitrogen. The situation can be brought to medium fertility level by using proper amount of NPK on the basis of soil test evaluation. However, a high fertility level can only be achieved by all round efforts on scientific basis.
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