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Development of Washed Cell Fowl Cholera Vaccine in Bangladesh
M.S.I. Akand,K.A. Choudhury,S.M.L. Kabir,S.K. Sarkar
International Journal of Poultry Science , 2004,
Abstract: An experiment was conducted to develop washed cell fowl cholera (WCFC) vaccine with virulent avian Pasteurella multocida (PM 38) serotype 1 (X-73). A total of 20 Fayoumi birds of either sex of 10 weeks aged were divided into two groups as group A (immunized with washed cell fowl cholera vaccine) and group B (unvaccinated control). Primary vaccination was given through IM route in each birds of group A and booster dose was given through SC route after 15 days of primary vaccination. The presence of antibody against P. multocida was determined by slide agglutination test (SAT) and growth inhibition test (GIT). The degree of antibody levels of prevaccination and post vaccination sera were determined by passive haemagglutination assay (PHA). Sera mean PHA titres at 15, 21, 28 and 42 days post-vaccination in group A were 30.4±4.43, 46.4±6.06, 67.2±11.14 and 134.4±22.28 respectively. The present results revealed that WCFC vaccine worked satisfactory in terms of protection rate against Avian Pasteurellosis. It was also demonstrated that experimental WCFC vaccine conferred 80% protection against challenge infection when all chickens of control group failed to survive against challenge infection.
Serological Epidemiology of Brucellosis in Cattle of Mymensingh Districts of Bangladesh
K.M.R. Amin,M.B. Rahman,S.M.L. Kabir,S.K. Sarkar,M.S.I. Akand
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012,
Abstract: The study was carried out to investigate the serological epidemiology of brucellosis in cows of Mymensingh districts of Bangladesh. Out of 250 animals tested, 2% showed positive reaction. The higher prevalence of bovine brucellosis was recorded in pregnant cows (3.45%) than non-pregnant cows (1.23%). The age wise prevalence of brucellosis in cows older than 4 years of age were found to be more susceptible to infection. The prevalence of brucellosis in cows above four years of age was recorded 2.56% whereas, 1.10% positive cases were found in cows having less than 4 years of age. The prevalence of brucellosis in cows with repeat breeders, previous abortion and retention of placenta was recorded 1(1.64%), 3(12%) and 2(7.41%) respectively. The highest prevalence was recorded in cows with a history of previous abortion. The prevalence was higher in retention of placenta in comparison with repeat breeder cases.
Screening of Cotton Mutants for the Resistance Against Cotton Leaf Curl Virus (CLCuV)
Khalid P. Akhtar,M. Hussain,A.I.Khan,M.S.I. Khan
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2000,
Abstract: Cotton germplasm representing twenty two mutants against one positive control S-12 was screened for resistance to CLCuV. BLGT inoculation was found useful in identifying CLCuV resistance. None of the mutant screened through grafting respond immune or highly resistant, while M-811, M-115, PIM-76-8, M-388 and M-564 behaved resistant. Moreover, PIM-76-1 and PIM-76-1a, were as highly susceptible as S-12. In contrast, screening under natural conditions was most useful for identifying insect resistant germplasm. Most of the mutants that were resistant or moderately resistant under BLGT inoculation were found immune or highly resistant under natural conditions. None of the test mutants was found susceptible or highly susceptible under field conditions.
A Comparative Study of Yield and Return of Late Jute Seed Production at Normal and Puddled Soil
T.M. Islam,M.A. Salam,Z. Pervez,M.S.I. Sikdar
Journal of Agronomy , 2002,
Abstract: A field experiment was conducted to examine the comparative performance of different methods of planting techniques of late jute seed production. Line sowing technique in normal soil gave the highest seed yield (585 kg ha-1) while the top cutting plantation technique gave the lowest seed yield (260 kg ha-1). The yield performance due to different techniques graded from the highest to the lowest were line sowing, broadcasting in normal soil, broadcasting in puddled soil, seedling transplantation and top cutting plantation in normal soil.
Verfahren und Anlage zum automatisierten Kommissionieren von in Beuteln verpackten Gütern
Dipl.-Ing. M.S.I.E. (USA) Lars Leiking
Logistics Journal : Nicht-referierte Ver?ffentlichungen , 2006,
Abstract: Automatisiertes Kommissionieren von biegeschlaffen Teilen stellt seit jeher ein besonderes Problem für die Handhabungstechnik dar, und es sind bisher verschiedenartigste sondermaschinenbauliche L sungen hervorgebracht worden. Auch für das Kommissionieren von in Folien verpackten Artikeln gibt es einige L sungen. Diese sind aber hinsichtlich ihrer Anwendung für in Beuteln verpackte Güter eingeschr nkt. Ein neuartiges, am Fraunhofer-IML entwickeltes Verfahren verspricht Abhilfe. Der folgende Beitrag stellt dieses Verfahren im Detail vor und zeigt vergangene und zukünftige Untersuchungsfelder auf, die im Rahmen der Entwicklung bearbeitet wurden bzw. werden und sich insbesondere mit der Dimensionierung der Ger tschaften und Hilfsmittel besch ftigen. Order-picking of non-rigid objects has posed a delicate problem to the field of automated handling ever since. Various special purpose machines have been developed so far. Few solutions exist for articles wrapped in plastic film. These are restricted regarding their application for pouch packaged articles though. A new method developed at the Fraunhofer-IML promises an improvement. The following paper presents this method in detail and points out past and future research fields which have been and will be worked on in the course of the development and deal with the dimensioning of the devices and tools in specific.
Effect of Tillage Practices and Nitrogen levels on the Physical Properties of Soil
M.F. Hossain,M.S. Akter,U.K. Majumder,M.S.I. Sikder
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2004,
Abstract: The experiment was conducted to evaluate the impact of tillage and nitrogen on soil physical properties such as bulk density, particle density, soil moisture, porosity, air filled porosity. Soil physical properties were significantly influenced by different tillage practices but in case of nitrogen treatments there were no significant variation. Bulk density was significantly increased with soil depth. The highest bulk density of 1.46 cm-3 was recorded under no tillage at 20-30 cm soil depth. Maximum particle density (2.53 g cm-3) was measured by 10 cm deep tillage (T1) at 10-20 cm soil depth. Soil porosity was statistically influenced by different tillage operations. The maximum soil porosity of 64.68% was observed by 20 cm deep tillage (T2) at 0-10 cm soil depth. The soil moisture significantly decreased with soil depth. The highest moisture content of 44.43% was recorded under deep tillage (T2) at 0-10 cm soil depth and lowest 23.53% was found by control (T0) at 20-30 cm depth. Maximum air filled porosity (15.66%) was recorded in deep tillage (T2) at 20-30 cm soil depth. High air filled porosity indicated low moisture content in soil.
The Anatomical Studies of the Kidneys of Rhode Island Red (RIR) and White Leghorn (WLH) Chicken During Their Postnatal Stages of Growth and Development
Kh. N. Islam,M.Z.I. Khan,M.S.I. Siddiqui,M.R. Islam
International Journal of Poultry Science , 2004,
Abstract: The anatomical studies of the kidneys of Rhode Island Red (RIR) and White Leghorn (WLH) chicken during their postnatal stages of growth and development were investigated in the present study. The chicken were grouped into day old, day 30, day 90, day 180 and day 360.The gross structures of the kidney (weight, relative weight, length, breadth and thickness) during their growth period were estimated by using the measuring balance and scale. The histological structures of the kidney (the nephrons, the number of glumerulae and the presence of collagen and elastic fibers within the kidney) were also studied by light microscope using hematoxylin and eosin stain, Van Gieson and Verhoeff`s stain. The gross structures were significantly higher in the RIR than the WLH chicken whereas the histological structure (number of glomerulae) were higher in WLH than RIR chicken. From these data it may be suggested that these differences did not depend on the developmental stages of growth and development but depend on the genetic variation of the chicken.
A Study on the Growth Performance of Crossbred Growing Bull Calves Fed by Supplementing Molasses with Straw Based Diets and Conventional Concentrates
M.K. Kyum,S.M.E. Rahman,M.R. Islam,M.S.I. Khan
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2003,
Abstract: The experiment was conducted to evaluate the effect of supplementing molasses with straw based diets on the growth performances of male crossbred calves. For this purpose, twelve bull calves of about one year and a half years to 2 years of age having similar body weight were divided into two groups (six in each group). Calves on one group received the as usual basal diet (straw+concentrates) offered by the dairy farm and the other group received the basal diet+500 g of molasses per head/day. Ration was formulated in such a way so that both group had similar level of metabolizable energy (ME). From the result is was observed that per day body weight gain, heart girth, height and length increment of molasses group calves were significantly higher than that of the calves on as usual basal diet group (control). It was concluded that straw-based diets could be supplemented successfully by molasses, which is widely available in country especially in sugar mill areas.
Influence of Irrigation and Nitrogen Level on the Yield of Wheat
M.F. Hossain,M.A. Kabir,U.K. Majumder,M.S.I. Sikder
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2005,
Abstract: An experiment was conducted during the period from November 2001 to April 2002 to determine the optimum irrigation time and nitrogen level of wheat. Highest grain yield (3.71 t ha-1) was obtained with three irrigations at crown-root initiations (CRI)+maximum tillering (MT)+grain filling (GF) stages which was identical with two irrigations at crown-root initiations (CRI)+maximum tillering (MT) stages and at crown-root initiations (CRI)+grain filling stages. The highest grain yield (3.61 t ha-1) was obtained from 120 kg N ha-1 which was followed by 100 kg N ha-1 treatment and the lowest grain yield (2.81 t ha-1) was recorded under 40 kg N ha-1 treatment. No significant effect was observed on yield due to interaction of irrigation and nitrogen level. The highest grain yield (4.33 t ha-1) was found by three irrigation at crown-root initiations (CRI)+maximum tillering (MT)+grain filling (GF) with 120 kg N ha-1. However, grain yield of wheat was significantly influenced by irrigation and nitrogen level but not due to interaction of irrigation and nitrogen level.
Effect of Tillage Practices and Nitrogen Rates on the Organic Matter (%) and N (%) Content in Soil
M.S. Akter,M.F. Hossain,U.K. Majumder M.S.I. Sikder,M.M.A.A. Chowdhury
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2003,
Abstract: An experiment was conducted to study the effect of tillage practices and nitrogen rate on organic matter and total %N content in Soil. Tillage and nitrogen had significant positive impact on organic matter and nitrogen content in Soil. Maximum organic content (0.69%) was measured in no tillage treatment (T0) at surface layer and the highest total nitrogen content (0.163%) was recorded by 10 cm deep tillage (T1) at surface layer. Maximum organic matter content (0.63%) and total nitrogen (0.176%) was observed at surface layer with the application of 105 kg N ha-1. The interaction effect of tillage and nitrogen on organic matter content was not statistically significant. the highest organic matter content (0.71%) was measured in no tillage with higher rates of nitrogen (105 kg N ha-1). Maximum nitrogen content (0.181%) was found by T1N3 treatment at 0-10 cm depth.
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