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Universiti Pertanian Malaysia was established in 1971 as a result of the merger between the College of Agriculture, Malaya and the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Malaya. The Library of the College of Agriculture, Malaya thus became the Universiti Pertanian Malaysia Library. When the university was named as Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) in 1997, the Library became the Universiti Putra Malaysia Library. As of 23rd May 2002, the Library has been named as Perpustakaan Sultan Abdul Samad (PSAS), Universiti Putra Malaysia, after the late gre [...]
Towards Bridging Science and Herbal Industry : Proceedings of the Seminar on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants
Chang, Yu Shyun et al. 
SUBJECT: drug plants; compose aromatique; plante herbacee; compuestos aromaticos; agroindustry
Ramlan A.Z. et al. 
The current status of herbal product processing is described in the paper. The processes highlighted are processing of crude herb materials, highly concentrated standardised extracts and purified extracts. The raw materials for the processes are called herbal materials. Herbal materials are parts of plants such as roots, rhizomes, barks, seeds, fruits, and leaves, flowers and stems. The value ...
SUBJECT: traitement; assurance qualite; produit; procesamiento; plante herbacee
Liza Nuriati, L.K.C. et al. 
A field study was conducted to investigate the effect of composts with different inoculum sources on carbon dioxide emission. CO2 measurement was carried out using the closed chamber method after 8, 16 and 29 days composts application. The effects of bokashi with effective microbes (EM), bokashi, chicken dung and goat dung on two vegetable crops; Ipomoea aquatica and Brassica alboglabra L. sho ...
SUBJECT: plant nutrition; production vegetale; dioxido de carbono; carbon dioxide; engrais organique
Kiran, J.K. et al. 
Urea is subjected to high ammonia (NH3-N) volatilization loss. Controlled release urea(CRU) can be used to reduce this loss. This study was conducted to determine the effect of CRU on NH3-N loss. This study investigates the NH3-N volatilization losses from CRU as compared to urea fertilizer under laboratory condition. The CRU used, CDU Uber-lO, Meister-20, Meister-27 and Duration Type-V, were ...
SUBJECT: ammoniac; sol sableux; ammonia; analyse de sol; sandy soils
Faridah, M. et al. 
A study was conducted to verify and compare the effect of organic amendment on the antioxidant activity in organically and conventionally grown Brassica chinensi. Eight different treatments (chicken dung, goat dung, bokashi, EM, bokashi mixed with EM, IMO, normal compost and chemical fertilizer) had been used in the study. The free radical DPPHscavenging activity method was used in the determi ...
SUBJECT: antioxidants; compost; aplicacion de abonos; organic agriculture; agricultura organica
Some physical properties of Lumnitzera littorea and Sonneratia alba from Bagan Lalang mangrove strip
Ani, S. et al. 
Lumnitzera littorea or commonly known as teruntum merah belongs to the family Combretaceae and Sonneratia alba or perepat to Sonneratiaceae. They were found growing very near to the sea shore of Bagan Lalang within the mangrove strip, and the present study is an attempt to highlight their potential uses. The study was based on 5cm discs taken at diameter breast height (DBH) of the two species. ...
SUBJECT: combretaceae; madera; produccion de madera; mangles; malaysia
Effect of urea coated with different concentrations of nitrohumic acid (NHA) on ammonia volitilization.
Norziana, Z.Z. et al. 
Fertilizer use efficiency can be increased by minimizing the loss of N by ammonia volatilization. There have been efforts in developing slow release fertilizers which release nutrients at rates and concentration that allow plants to maintain maximum growth but minimize N losses. This study was conducted to evaluate the effect of urea coated with different concentrations of NHA on NH3 volatiliz ...
SUBJECT: ammoniac; fertilizers; suelo acido; ammonia; acid soils
Co-innoculation of rhizobacterial and agrobacterial on growth and root biomass of in vitro banana plantlets.
Zuraida, A.R., MARDI, GPO Box 12301 et al. 
Experiments were carried out to observe the effects of rhizobacterial and agrobacterial coinnoculation on growth and root biomass of in vitro banana plantlets using MS basal medium. Co-innoculation with rhizobacteria (Azospirillum brasilense Sp7, Bacillus sphaericus UPMBIO and Microbacterium oxydens UPMBll) and agrobacterial (Agrobacterium rhizogenes strains AR9402 and A4) showed positive resp ...
SUBJECT: inoculacion; rhizobacteria; vitroplants; agrobacterium rhizogenes; banano
Zuraidah Yahya, Malaysia Palm Oil Board et al. 
SUBJECT: soil chemicophysical properties; oil palms; propriete physicochimique du sol; palmas oleaginosas; mecanizacion
Application of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria to enhance phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated soils
Karami, A. et al. 
Heavy metal pollutions of soil and water resulted from global industmialization have attracted remedial attentions. Phytoremediation is a relatively new technology which uses plants to overcome the problems that is related to contamination in soils or water. Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) has been used to remove heavy metals from contaminated soils by increasing the total biomass ...
SUBJECT: bioremediation; sol pollue; heavy metals; control de la contaminacion; rhizobacterie