Mojibur Rahman Khan

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Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. pisi (van Hall) Snyder & Hansen is an important pathogen of pea that causes wilt. The present study was carried out to evaluate the efficacy of rhamnolipid biosurfactant produced by newly isolated Pseudomonas aeruginosa strain SS14 as an antifungal agent against F. oxysporum f. sp. pisi in Pisum sativum L. The bacterial strain P.(More)
Helminth parasites of digestive system of goats in Ahmednagar District of Maharashtra were studied during For these 400 faecal samples of goats from different villages were collected. Out of 400 samples 251 were positive (62.75%). In rainy season, out of 150 faecal samples examined 116 were positive (77.33%), while in winter out of 120 samples examined 73(More)
Congenital abnormalities of the nail are rare conditions that are most frequently associated with congenital ectodermal syndromes involving several of the epidermal appendages including the skin, teeth, hair and nails. Isolated recessive nail dysplasia (IRND) is much rarer but has recently been recognized as a condition resulting in 20-nail dystrophy in the(More)
The gut bacteria exert phenotypic traits to the host but the factors which determine the gut bacterial profile (GBP) is poorly understood. This study aimed to understand the effect of ethnicity and geography on GBP of Mongoloid and Proto-Australoid tribes of India. Fecal bacterial diversity was studied in fifteen tribal populations representing four(More)
Philosamia ricini, the Indian eri silkworm, contributes significantly to the production of commercial silk and is widely distributed in the Brahmaputra valley of the NorthEastern India. Strains of P. ricini show wide variation in their phenotypic traits and are commercially exploited in these places because of their high silk yield potential. In this study,(More)
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