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Response of Inoculum and Fertilizers on Nodulation and Economic Yield of Soybean Cultivars
M. Qasim,Fazal Nawab,Himayatullah,Rahim Din
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2001,
Abstract: The experiment was conducted to study the response of improved soybean cultivars towards inoculum and NPK fertilizer. The different treatments produced non significant results except grain yield and 1000-seed weight which were highest where recommended dose of fertilizers along with inoculum was applied. Malakand-96 produced maximum number of nodules per plant, 1000 seed weight and grain yield ha-1 while Wahab-93 resulted in maximum number of seeds per plant. The interaction between cultivars and treatments was found non significant.
Effect of N:P Levels on the Growth and Yield Parameters of Soybean
M. Qasim,Asif Khan,Himayatullah,Rahim Din
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2001,
Abstract: It was observed that differences in plant height, number of branches plant -1, number of pods plant -1, 1000 grain weight and seed yield ha -1 were significant due to N:P levels. Treatments having N:P @ 75:100 kg ha -1 gave significantly higher grain yield and this increment was associated with all other parameters. However, further increase in N:P upto 100:150 kg ha -1 increased plant height and number of branches plant -1, but this increase was statistically non-significant. It could be concluded that for getting better soybean yield, N:P may be applied @ 75:100 kg ha -1 under the prevailing agro-climatic conditions of Peshawar.
Convergence of implicit iterates with errors for mappings with unbounded domain in Banach spaces
Hafiz Fukhar-Ud-Din,Abdul Rahim Khan
International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences , 2005, DOI: 10.1155/ijmms.2005.1643
Abstract: We prove that an implicit iterative process with errors converges weakly and strongly to a common fixed point of a finite family of asymptotically quasi-nonexpansive mappings on unbounded sets in a uniformly convex Banach space. Our results generalize and improve upon, among others, the corresponding recent results of Sun (2003) in the following two different directions: (i) domain of the mappings is unbounded, (ii) the iterative sequence contains an error term.
Impact of Sewage Effluent on Maize Crop
Qasim M.,S. Faridullah Shah,Himayatullah,Rahim Din
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2000,
Abstract: Sewage effluent application had significantly effected all parameters of maize crop except germination percentage and root dry weight. Maximum number of leaves per plant, leaf area, shoot length, root length, total plant height and shoot dry weight of maize crop were obtained where sewage effluent were applied at concentration from 75 to 100%. It was recommended that application of sewage effluent at 75 to 100% concentration will have favorable effect on the maize crop under the agro-climatic conditions of D.I.Khan.
Weak Convergence of Ishikawa Iterates for Nonexpansive Maps
Abdul Rahim Khan,Hafiz Fukhar-ud-din
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2010,
Development of Sugarcane Mutants Through in vitro Mutagenesis
Shah Jehan Khan,Hamid ullah Khan,Rahim Din Khan,Malik Muhammad Iqbal
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2000,
Abstract: The present study was carried out to develop mutants in sugarcane using in-vitro mutagenesis technology. The calli were exposed to four radiation doses. The plants did not develop from calli exposed to radiation dose of 6.0 Kr, whereas plants developed well with other radiation doses. Among the other doses, 0.5 Kr showed good effect on some agronomic characters i.e. plant height, number of tillers/plant, cane thickness and number of green leaves/plant. These characters are directly linked with yield and sugar contents of cane. It will be worth to study the stability of improved characters in developed mutant plants in the succeeding generations.
Approximating Fixed Points of Some Maps in Uniformly Convex Metric Spaces
Abdul Rahim Khan,Hafiz Fukhar-ud-din,Abdul Aziz Domlo
Fixed Point Theory and Applications , 2010, DOI: 10.1155/2010/385986
Abstract: We study strong convergence of the Ishikawa iterates of qasi-nonexpansive (generalized nonexpansive) maps and some related results in uniformly convex metric spaces. Our work improves and generalizes the corresponding results existing in the literature for uniformly convex Banach spaces.
Strong Convergence of an Implicit Algorithm in CAT(0) Spaces
Hafiz Fukhar-ud-din,Abdul Aziz Domlo,Abdul Rahim Khan
Fixed Point Theory and Applications , 2011, DOI: 10.1155/2011/173621
A Nonstationary Halley’s Iteration Method by Using Divided Differences Formula  [PDF]
Nasr Al Din Ide
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/am.2012.32026
Abstract: This paper presents a new nonstationary iterative method for solving non linear algebraic equations that does not require the use of any derivative. The study uses only the Newton’s divided differences of first and second orders instead of the derivatives of (1).
Enhancement of Heat Transfer Using Pins Swimming in Non-isothermal Fluidic Systems: Exact Solutions  [PDF]
Abdul Rahim A. Khaled
Journal of Electronics Cooling and Thermal Control (JECTC) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jectc.2011.11001
Abstract: Heat transfer to pins swimming in non-isothermal fluidic systems is theoretically analyzed. Four different cases are considered: [A] pins aligned longitudinally in flowing fluid having constant temperature gradient, [B] pins aligned transversely in flowing fluid flow with constant temperature gradient, [C] pins moving longitudinally towards a heated surface, and [D] pins moving transversely towards the heated surface. The Appropriate unsteady energy transport equations are solved and closed form solutions for the fin temperatures are obtained. Accordingly, different performance indicators are calculated. It is found that heat transfer to the swimming fin increases as the fin thermal length, Peclet number and fluid temperature difference along the fin length increase. It decreases as fluid temperature index along the motion direction increases. Moreover, the swimming pins of case C are found to produce the maximum system effective thermal conductivity. In addition, pins of case B with thermal lengths above 11 produce system thermal conductivity independent on the thermal length. Meanwhile, pins of case A having thermal lengths above 10 produce system thermal conductivities less responsive to the thermal length. The system thermal conductivity is noticed to increase as the thermal length and Peclet number increase. Eventually, pins of case D produce system thermal conductivities that are independent on the transverse temperature. Finally, the results of this work provide a basis for modeling super convective fluidic systems that can be used in cooling of electronic components.
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