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AN ETHNOBOTANICAL STUDY IN BUDGAM DISTRICT OF KASHMIR VALLEY: AN ATTEMPT TO EXPLORE AND DOCUMENT TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE OF THE AREA
Ganie Aijaz Hassan,Tali Bilal Ahmad,Rather Aabid Mohi-ud-din
International Research Journal of Pharmacy , 2013,
Abstract: Man has used plants to alleviate suffering and disease since times immemorial. The present study attempts to explore and document the traditional knowledge of medicinal plants used to cure different diseases. Present study revealed that either whole plant or different plant parts are used to treat various diseases. During the present investigation it was also observed that some plant species are used to treat more than one disease; likewise more than one plant species is used to treat a particular disease. These plant species are used to treat 35 types of different diseases. The paper also discusses the ethno medicinal use of 24 plant species, their vernacular name and part/parts used to cure various diseases.
Analyzing Financial Performance of Commercial Banks in India: Application of CAMEL Model
Prof. Dr. Mohi-ud-Din Sangmi,Dr. Tabassum Nazir
Pakistan Journal of Commerce and Social Sciences , 2010,
Abstract: Sound financial health of a bank is the guarantee not only to its depositors but is equally significant for the shareholders, employees and whole economy as well. As a sequel to this maxim, efforts have been made from time to time, to measure the financial position of each bank and manage it efficiently and effectively. In this paper, an effort has been made to evaluate the financial performance of the two major banks operating in northern India .This evaluation has been done by using CAMEL Parameters, the latest model of financial analysis. Through this model, it is highlighted that the position of the banks under study is sound and satisfactory so far as their capital adequacy, asset quality, Management capability and liquidity is concerned.
Treasure and Tragedy of the Kashmir Himalaya
Parvaiz A. Wani,A.R. Dar,G.G. Mohi-ud-din,Khursheed A. Ganaie
International Journal of Botany , 2006,
Abstract: Biological interventions and sequential eco-edaphic changes have depleted the habitats of essential and commercially valuable medicinal plants, hence paved the way to invasive alien species, thereby infuriating the bio-resource diminution and deprivation. The present communication is an attempt to draw attention to the importance of some threatened medicinal plants of Kashmir Himalaya and the various threats they are forced upon. In total 12 species belonging to 11 families have been surveyed, assessed and analyzed for their importance and threat status. The study revealed that the already restricted populations of these threatened species are squeezed further by various natural and anthropogenic factors, above and beyond being subjected to over-exploitation. All these causative factors if not addressed without more ado, the day is not far away when this precious legacy will be lost for ever. It is indeed a grave situation for these species which calls for the recoup whatever is left. There is a buzz for the execution of global slogan and it is the need of hour to conserve these gems in today`s world of bioprospecting.
Dose Optimization of Promising Entomopathogenic Fungi Against White Grub (Holotrichia sp.)
Sajad Mohi-ud din,F.A. Zaki,Arif Jan,F.A. Bhat
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2006,
Abstract: The three bio-control agents, viz. Beauveria bassiana, B. brongniartii and Metarhizuim anisopliae proved pathogenic at each level of concentration 1x108, 1x106, 1x104 and 1x102 spore mL-1) studied, but mortality in a shorter duration was observed at a spore concentration of 1x108 spore mL-1. Enhanced mortality was observed with increase in inoculum dose.
Impact of Different Zinc Application Methods on Yield and Yield Components of Various Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Cultivars  [PDF]
Usman Afzal, Muhammad Shahid Ibni Zamir, Shan Mohi Ud Din, Aqib Bilal, Muhammad Salahuddin, Shahid Iqbal Khan
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2017.813236
Abstract: To evaluate the impact of different zinc application methods on yield and yield components of various wheat cultivars, a field experiment was carried out at Student’s Farm, Department of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Faisalabad, during winter 2014-2015. The experiment was laid out in RCBD (Randomized Complete Block Design) with factorial arrangement. In this experiment, all the treatments were replicated three times, using the net plot size of 1.8 m × 5.0 m. The experiment comprised of two factors. Factor A consists of two varieties: Faisalabad-2008 and Punjab-2011. While, Factor B consists of different methods of zinc application, control, zinc application in soil before planting 23 kg·ha-1, zinc foliar application, 4% ZnSO4 solution at two stages (tillering and stem elongation stage). The data regarding different parameters were collected and analyzed from the crop using standard procedures. Regarding the impact of zinc application method maximum plant height at maturity (103.6 cm), total number of tillers (564.67 m-2), spike length (10.83 cm), number of spikelets spike-1 (19.50), number of grains spike-1 (50.36), 1000-grain weight (34.16 g), biological yield (11.93 t·ha-1), grain yield (6.00 t·ha-1) and harvest index (39.25%) were recorded in treatment where zinc was applied both in the soil before planting and by foliar application on later growth stages. Similarly, grain zinc contents (33.11 mg·kg-1), grain protein contents (10.1%) and grain carbohydrate contents (64.23%) were also observed in the treatment where zinc was applied both in the soil before planting and by foliar application on later growth stages, which is better than all other treatments. In case of wheat varieties, Faisalabad-2008 performed better than Punjab-2011, with maximum method maximum total
Evaluating the Intercropping of Millet with Cowpea for Forage Yield and Quality  [PDF]
Naveed Islam, Muhammad Shahid Ibni Zamir, Shan Mohi Ud Din, Umer Farooq, Haseeb Arshad, Aqib Bilal, Muhammad Talha Sajjad
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2018.99130
Abstract: A field study was scheduled to estimate the impact of intercropping of pearl millet with cowpea on forage yield and quality at Agronomy Research Farm, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad. It was done in kharif season 2016. Randomized complete block design was used to conduct this experiment. It has three replications. The size of net plot is 3.6 m × 6 m. It comprised of five treatments (T1 = one row of millet alternating with one row of cowpea (1M:1C), T2 = two rows of millet alternating with one row of cowpea (2M:1C), T3 = one row of millet alternating with two rows of cowpea (1M:2C), T4 = sole millet, T5 = sole cowpea). We found that intercropping significantly effected the yield and quality of forage. Intercropping system had significant effects on nutritive value of forage crop. Within various treatments of intercropping, it is evident that treatment T2 (two rows of millet alternating with one row of cowpea) gives maximum total dry matter yield (9.68 t ha-1). It was then tracked by treatment T1 (one row of millet alternating with one row of cowpea) and treatment T3 (one row of millet alternating with two rows of cowpea) producing
Physico-Chemical Analysis and Polarization Value Estimation of Raw Sugar from Refining Point of View  [PDF]
Zia-ud -Din, Ghulam Rasool
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2015.61001
Abstract: This study was particularly designed to evaluate the physico-chemical parameters and polarization value of raw sugar which ultimately affect the filterability of raw sugar. Six different raw sugar samples were collected from the local industries and were evaluated for the physico-chemical and polarization value. The physico-chemical characteristics of sugar including moisture, reducing sugar, ash contents, size of crystals and color constituents were assessed. The results obtained from physico-chemical analysis showed that these parameters were affected significantly among the samples of raw sugar. The ash contents were found to be decreasing for the samples in the order of T6 > T1T2T5 > T3T4. The values for the polarization were significantly the highest in sample T5, T2 and T1 followed by sample T4 and T6 while the lowest values were recorded for sample T3. It can be concluded from the results that sample T4 was observed to have a good quality while sample T6 had the opposite result to that of sample T4 and was considered to have a very low quality.
Stability Control of Stretch-Twist-Fold Flow by Using Numerical Methods  [PDF]
Shahab Ud-Din Khan, Yonglu Shu, Salah Ud-Din Khan
World Journal of Mechanics (WJM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/wjm.2012.26039
Abstract:

In this study, the multistep method is applied to the STF system. This method has been tested on the STF system, which is a three-dimensional system of ODE with quadratic nonlinearities. A computer based Matlab program has been developed in order to solve the STF system. Stable and unstable position of the system has been analyzed graphically and finally a comparison as well as accuracy between two-step sizes with detail. Newton’s method has been applied to show the best convergence of this system.

Aposthia- A Motive of Circumcision Origin
M Amin ud din
Iranian Journal of Public Health , 2012,
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CHRONIC DIARRHEA
RAFI UD DIN
The Professional Medical Journal , 2008,
Abstract: Objective: To determine the frequency of large bowel causes of chronic diarrhea in adult Pakistani patients. StudyDesign: Cross sectional study. Setting: Medical unit 1 at Combined Military Hospital Lahore, Pakistan. Duration: Six months (from 01-11-2007 to 30-4-2008). Subjects and Methods: Fifty adult patients with chronic diarrhea, irrespective of their gender were selected by nonprobability convenient sampling. Patients already diagnosed with diseases known to cause diarrhea and those with toxic mega colon wereexcluded from the study. All patients were subjected to fiberoptic colonoscopy and findings were recorded. Biopsies were taken fromsuspected lesions or from normal looking mucosa. Diagnosis was made with colonoscopic and histopathologic findings. Results: Thirty two(64%) patients had abnormal findings visible on colonoscopy. Histopathology was normal in 18 (36%). Twenty (40%) patients hadulcerative colitis, seventeen (34%) had IBS, five (10%) had CA colon and three (6%) patients had crohn’s disease. Other diagnosesincluded non specific colitis, tubulovillous adenoma and infection. Twenty three out of 24 patients (95%) who had blood in stools had avisible abnormality on colonoscopy whereas colonoscopy was positive in only 33% of patients who did not have blood in stools.Conclusion: Most causes of large gut chronic diarrhea can be identified by colonoscopy and biopsy. Colonoscopy has a very high yield inchronic diarrhea and should be recommended for its work up. Its yield is even higher in patients with bloody diarrhea.
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