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Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU) is the premier seat of higher agricultural education and research in the country. Its scholastic activities cover all the domains of agricultural sciences having direct bearing on terrestrial and aquatic productivity. The University was established as the nation's only University of its kind in session 1961-62 on the basis of recommendations made by the Commission of National Education and the Food and Agriculture Commission in 1959. The Scheme for the establishment of BAU was finalized on 8 june 1961 an [...]

The current study was conducted to evaluate the pathogenicity and immunosuppressive effects of GM-97 strain of infectious bursal disease virus in commercial broiler chickens. A total of 500 broiler chickens were vaccinated with the virus through oral route at 10 and 17 days of age (102-103 EID50/dose). Chickens were also vaccinated with Newcastle disease virus (Hitchner B1) orally at 14 and 21 ...

SUBJECT: ibd vaccine; gm-97 strain; pathogenicity; commercial chicken; immunosuppression

POSTED TO: Journal of Advanced Veterinary and Animal Research [2308-4766]

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This study was conducted for the detection of Cryptosporidium (C.) parvum infection in neonatal calves. A total of 220 fecal samples (diarrheic 110 and non-diarrheic 110) of neonatal calves were collected from Mosul city, Iraq over a period of 16 months from November 2010 to March 2012. The age of the calves ranged from 1 to 30 days. All the fecal samples were analyzed by capture direct ELISA. ...

SUBJECT: direct elisa; coprological diagnosis; cryptosporidium parvum; calf; diarrhea

POSTED TO: Journal of Advanced Veterinary and Animal Research [2308-4766]

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This study aimed to determine the seroprevalence of Mycoplasma gallisepticum (MG) infection in the chicken population of Bhola district, Bangladesh, during the period from April 2011 to March 2012. A total of 480 blood samples from chickens were collected from different upazilas (sub-districts) of Bhola district. The sampling considered the types of chicken (backyard and commercial layer), age ...

SUBJECT: mycoplasma gallisepticum; commercial layer; backyard chicken; seroprevalence; bhola district

POSTED TO: Journal of Advanced Veterinary and Animal Research [2308-4766]

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This study was conducted to assess the interaction of specific immune responses produced after vaccination using live attenuated Newcastle disease (ND) LaSota and infectious bursal disease (IBD) vaccines in village chickens of Nigeria. After immunization with the vaccines (individually or in different combinations), specific antibody levels in the chickens were measured using hemagglutination ...

SUBJECT: ibd vaccine; nd lasota vaccine; antibodies; hi test; agid test

POSTED TO: Journal of Advanced Veterinary and Animal Research [2308-4766]

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Two cases with a history of cessation of feces for 2 weeks, depression, lethargy and anorexia in two different dogs; a Labrador male and a Doberman female, were presented. On physical examination, abdominal distension along with intense pain was observed. Blood samples were collected from the dogs for hematological and biochemical analyses. The examination revealed an increased percentage of p ...

SUBJECT: case report; radiology; fecolith; dog; non-surgical management

POSTED TO: Journal of Advanced Veterinary and Animal Research [2308-4766]

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A field investigation under tropical climate was undertaken in the research plot of the Universiti Putra Malaysia, Selangor, Malaysia to study the effects of exogenous application of plant growth regulators on growth performance, physiology changes and biochemical analysis of banana plants (Musa acuminata cv. Berangan) under irrigated and rain-fed condition. The experiment was laid out as spli ...

SUBJECT: banana; proline; productivity; water stress; keywords: water regime

POSTED TO: Fundamental and Applied Agriculture [2518-2021]

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Biological control of pathogens continues to be developed with antagonistic rhizobacteria is a promising strategy for banana plant protection. This study aimed to assess the ability of Bacillus subtilis on suppression of Fusarium wilt, biochemical changes and leaf gas exchange under water stress condition on banana cultivar Berangan. Different water stress was given based on field capacity at ...

SUBJECT: proline; disease; photosynthesis; water deficit; plant growth promoting rhizobacteria

POSTED TO: Fundamental and Applied Agriculture [2518-2021]

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Banana cultivation is one of the capital-intensive farming activities in Bangladesh. Agricultural credit can play important role by providing the needed liquidity to farmers who do not have sufficient investable funds to exploit the opportunity. The present study analyses the adequacy, utilization and repayment of credit, the profitability and the relationship between profitability and loan si ...

SUBJECT: bangladesh; profitability; agricultural credit; banana

POSTED TO: Fundamental and Applied Agriculture [2518-2021]

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The experiment was conducted at the Field Laboratory of the Department of Agriculture, Noakhali Science and Technology University (NSTU), Sonapur, Noakhali, during July 2017 to December 2017 to study the effect of variety and spacing on yield performance of transplant aman rice. The experiment consisted of three varieties viz. BINA dhan7, BRRI dhan56 and BRRI dhan71 and four spacings viz. 25 c ...

SUBJECT: transplant aman rice; yield and variety; spacing; cultivar

POSTED TO: Fundamental and Applied Agriculture [2518-2021]

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Effectiveness of Azorizobial strains isolated from Sesbania rostrata

Fakir Muhammad Munawar Hossain et al. [2018-12-01]

Isolation and characterization of bacteria were done from the root nodules of African dhaincha (Sesbania rostrata) to study their effects on growth parameters, nodulation and N uptake. Five isolates were obtained from African dhaincha and were identified them as Azorhizobium on the basis of their colony, morphological and biochemical characteristics. A pot experiments were conducted by using 6 ...

SUBJECT: nodulation; sesbania rostrata; azorizobial strains; n uptake

POSTED TO: Fundamental and Applied Agriculture [2518-2021]

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