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The Professional Medical Journal , 2009,
Abstract: Objectives: This study was conducted to perform serum lipid profile in off springs of premature coronary heart disease (CHD) patients and age and sex matched normal controls and compare the results of two groups. Study design: A cross sectional study. Patients and methods: 250 off springs of diagnosed premature CHD patients were selected from Punjab institute of cardiology, Lahore and Services hospital, Lahore. 50 age and sex matched normal controls were selected from different areas of Lahore. Serum total cholesterol (TC), serum triglycerides (TG) serum low density lipoprotein-cholesterol (LDC-c) and serum high density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-c) was performed. Results: Serum TC, TG, LDL-c of off springs of premature CHD patients was increased as compared with normal controls. Serum HDL-c of all the subjects of off springs of premature CHD patients was decreased as compared with normal controls. Conclusion: Off springs of premature CHD patients are more prone to develop lipid abnormalities as compared with normal controls
On Size-Biased Double Weighted Exponential Distribution (SDWED)  [PDF]
Zahida Perveen, Zulfiqar Ahmed, Munir Ahmad
Open Journal of Statistics (OJS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojs.2016.65076
Abstract: This paper introduces a new distribution based on the exponential distribution, known as Size-biased Double Weighted Exponential Distribution (SDWED). Some characteristics of the new distribution are obtained. Plots for the cumulative distribution function, pdf and hazard function, tables with values of skewness and kurtosis are provided. As a motivation, the statistical application of the results to a problem of ball bearing data has been provided. It is observed that the new distribution is skewed to the right and bears most of the properties of skewed distribution. It is found that our newly proposed distribution fits better than size-biased Rayleigh and Maxwell distributions and many other distributions. Since many researchers have studied the procedure of the weighted distributions in the estates of forest, biomedicine and biostatistics etc., we hope in numerous fields of theoretical and applied sciences, the findings of this paper will be useful for the practitioners.
The Representation of Clifford Monoids and Semilattice Graded Weak Hopf Algebras: A Motivating Note
Munir Ahmed,Fang Li
Journal of Modern Mathematics and Statistics , 2012,
Abstract: We give a brief survey of the representation of an inverse semigroup, especially of the representation of a Clifford semigroup with identity (i.e., the Clifford monoid). First we give a short background of the representation of finite groups, the inverse semigroups and the Clifford monoid which is a regular monoid as a semilattice of groups. Hopf algebras and Semilattice graded weak Hopf algebras can be considered as the generalization of group algebras and Clifford monoid algebras, respectively. We describe how the semilattice graded weak Hopf algebra can be considered as the generalization of Hopf algebra as the Clifford monoids are considered as the generalizations to groups. In this note, we also discuss the Clifford monoid algebra and its relationship with the semilattice graded weak Hopf algebra like the group algebra has a relationship with the Hopf algebra. We shed light on the importance of the representation of Clifford monoids, its algebras and the representation of Semilattice graded weak Hopf algebras. One of the main objects of this note is to get inspired from the rich structure theory of groups to make it possible develope the theory of inverse semigroups and of Clifford semigroups with identity. The second object is to go a step further in jumping from the group of grouplike elements of a Hopf algebra and getting motivation to obtain the Clifford semigroup with identity which is the set of grouplike elements of a semilattice graded weak Hopf algebra. The main purpose of this survey is to get inspiration to develope the representation theory of weak Hopf algebras and of semilattice graded weak Hopf algebras and characterizing such algebras.
Effect of Different NPK Levels on the Growth and Yield of Kohlrabi (Brassica caulorapa L.) at Northern Areas of Pakistan
Sher Ahmed,Fayaz Ahmed,Faridullah,Munir Hussain
Asian Journal of Plant Sciences , 2003,
Abstract: Effect of seven different NPK levels on the growth and yield of Kohlrabi was investigated. Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium were applied alone as well as in various combinations and had a significant effect on various plant growth and yield parameters. Maximum tuber weight (430.80 g) tuber diameter (10.23 cm), number of leaves per plant (14.38) and tuber yield (25850 kg ha-1) was recorded in plots fertilized with 160-120-160 kg NPK ha-1. It can be concluded that NPK @ 160-120-60 kg ha-1 was found to be the best fertilizer dose for the higher yield of Kohlrabi.
A Study of Waste Water Treatment of Microbiological Laboratories of Hospitals by Electrolyzed Oxidized Water
Fiza Sarwar,Aroos Munir,Ilyas Ahmed Faridi
Global Journal of Health Science , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/gjhs.v3n1p150
Abstract: Hospital liquid infectious waste is one of the most important aspects of water contamination. The present investigation was undertaken to evolve a cost effective alternate method of waste water treatment by using Oxidized Water as a disinfectant for hospital effluents. Liquid infectious waste coming from diagnostic laboratories of hospitals (Urine, Blood and Mix of both) was treated with electrolyzed Oxidized Water. Different v/v ratios (95:5, 85:15, 75:25, 50:50 and 25:75) of Sample to Electrolyzed Oxidized Water (EOW) were cultured and incubated at 37oC for 24 hours. EOW showed a direct relationship with the decontamination of inorganic urine but for blood, an unidentified pattern was observed that may be due to change in pH and/or Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP) of EOW because of organic nature of blood. The most effective ratio of sample to EOW, at which decontamination was found to be maximum for urine, was 25:75 with treatment efficiency of 96.15 % and 85:15 with treatment efficiency of 84.8 % for blood. The study revealed that Electrolyzed Oxidized Water may be used as a better alternative for treatment of liquid infectious waste.
Brief Review of One Dimensional Neighbor Balanced Designs Since 1967
Rashid Ahmed,Munir Akhtar,Fariha Yasmin
Pakistan Journal of Commerce and Social Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: Rees (1967) introduced neighbor designs in serology. Since then it is well investigated field. Neighbor balanced designs are more useful to remove the neighbor effects in experiments where the performance of a treatment is affected by the treatments applied toits neighboring plots. Neighbor designs ensure that treatment comparisons will be less affected by neighbor effects as possible. This paper will provide an overview of the most important developments in this field.
Cotton Production Through Integrated Plant Nutrition System
Iftikhar Ahmed,Munir H. Zia,Aslam John
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2000,
Abstract: A field experiment was conducted to study the prospects of cotton cultivation by adopting EM technology through "Fermenter biofertigation" alongwith mineral and organic sources of nutrients. Mineral fertilizers were used @ N 170: P2O5 85: K2O 60 kg ha-1 as Urea, DAP and SOP, respectively, alone and & of this, in combination with Fermenter water. Organic sources included FYM+ Sugarcane Filter Cake (SFC) @ 10 Mg ha-1 and Fermenter water, both alone and in combination. Mineral NPK applied alone was found to be the best giving maximum yield and net return. However, economic analysis suggested the use of ? mineral NPK alongwith EM biofertigation whereby a poorer farmer can get substantial and comparable yield and higher rate of return. Application of EM biofertigation was found to increase the efficiency of both organic and mineral nutrient sources but alone was proved to be ineffective for yield increasing.
Designs Balanced For Neighbor Effects in Circular Binary Blocks of Size Ten
Rashid Ahmed,Munir Akhtar,Farrukh Shehzad
Pakistan Journal of Commerce and Social Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: Neighbor balanced designs are more useful to remove the neighbor effects in experiments where the performance of a treatment is affected by the treatments applied to its adjacent plots. These designs ensure that treatment comparisons will be less affected by neighbor effects as possible. In literature, these designs are available in circular blocks of size 3, 5, 6, 8, 9. In this article, neighbor balanced designs are constructed in circular binary blocks of size ten. A catalog of these designs is also compiled.
Cardiac Surgery during Pregnancy—Our Experience  [PDF]
Vivek Madhav Kanhere, Anjali Vivek Kanhere, Devashish Chakravarty, Nikhil Pendse, Milan Pendse, Munir Ahmed Khan, Anita Shrivastava, Vinod Narkhede
World Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery (WJCS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/wjcs.2017.78012
Abstract: Background: Rheumatic heart disease (RHD) continues to be endemic in developing countries like India, thus a number of female patient present with valvular heart disease complicating pregnancy. Surgery is lifesaving in patients who are symptomatic on medical management. Objective: To study maternal and fetal outcome in patient’s refractory to medical treatment undergoing cardiac surgery during pregnancy. Methodology: Analysis of 8 pregnant patients who underwent cardiac surgery during 5 years from Jan 2012 to Dec 2016 in a Medical college setup in Central India. Results: Maternal age ranged between 20 - 35 mean of 23.75, NYHA class IV, refractory to medical treatment. The underlying cardiac lesion was rheumatic heart disease 7 (87.5%) cases, 6 (85.7%) had mitral valve lesion. 7 primigravida (87.5%) patients were taken as elective procedure in second trimester (18 - 26 weeks), one multipara patient as emergency after failed Balloon mitral valvuloplasty (BMV) in third trimester of pregnancy (32 weeks) was the only maternal death. 5 (62.5%) patients progressed to term pregnancy and delivered vaginally. The cardiopulmonary bypass variables studied were Median bypass time 51.25 minutes (range 37 - 78), median cross-clamp time 25.62 minutes (range 16 - 48), Median flow rate 2.4 l/min/m2 (range 2.2 - 2.6) mean perfusion pressure during CPB 65
Effect of sorbitol in callus induction and plant regeneration in wheat
M Hassan, Z Ahmed, M Munir, SI Malik, K Shahzad
African Journal of Biotechnology , 2009,
Abstract: Six wheat genotypes were evaluated for their response to callus induction and regeneration on MS medium modified with different concentrations of sorbitol, that is, 0, 10, 20, 30 gL-1 along with optimum (3 mgL-1) concentration of 2,4-D. Variability was observed among different genotypes for callus induction. Highest callus induction frequency was shown by Wafaq- 2001, which was about 85.62% followed by Inqalab-91 which showed 71.94% callus induction. While minimum callus induction frequency was shown by Saleem-2000 which was about 51.21%. Regarding sorbitol concentration highest average callus induction frequency (79.20%) was obtained at 20 gL-1 and lowest average callus induction frequency (59.20%) was observed at 30 gL-1. In Wafaq-2001 and Inqalab-91 plant regeneration increased gradually by increasing the sorbitol concentration from 0 to 20 gL-1 but then it decreased. Similarly Auqab-2002 had no regeneration al all on non-sorbitol medium but showed regeneration on addition of sorbitol. Similarly time duration required for plant regeneration also decreased by increasing the concentration of sorbitol. It was also observed that sorbitol has given more strength to regenerated plant.
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