Haider Md Nurul

Haider Md Nurul
Bangladesh Agricultural University | BAU · Department of Fisheries Technology

Doctor of Philosophy

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Publications (37)
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In the present investigation, the filth, composition and quality aspects of commercially important sun-dried fishes of selected places of Mymensingh division were evaluated by visual examination on the filth, chemical composition, total volatile base-nitrogen (TVB-N), Tri-methyl amine nitrogen (TMA-N) of the samples. Different types of filth were d...
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This research was conducted to investigate the seasonal variation in nutritional composition, freshness (sensory quality), quality of a migratory fish, an anadromus fish, two rapidly swimming fish and a freshwater minnow of Bangladesh. The selected fish species were Hilsa ilisha, Channa striata, Mastacembelus armatus, Puntius sarana, Pangasius pang...
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Pangasius catfish (Pangasianodon hypophthalmus) is popular among fish farmers of Bangladesh due to its hardy characteristics, fast growth, and its ability to survive in high densities. Many consumers love to buy this fish, especially as live condition, due to its low market price and delicious flashy meat. Bacterial outgrowth in transport water is...
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This research was conducted to study the composition, quality, heavy metal safety of freshwater Schilbeid catfish (Pangasius pangasius) of Bangladesh; and to study consumers; response to „Fish Ball? prepared from this species by different formulations. Pangasius pangasius used in this research contained 18% protein, 4.25% lipid, 4.23% ash, 73.01% m...
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Objective: The study was undertaken to assess the changes in viable bacterial counts and physicochemical parameters of water used during the live transportation of Pangasius catfish (Pangasianodon hypophthalmus). The correlations between the changing patterns of these parameters were also established. Materials and Methods: Water samples were coll...
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Mangrove ecosystems are repositories of divergent microbial communities which respond differently to environmental characteristics. Hence, it is important to understand the community structure with respect to pertinent controlling environmental factors. Seasonal down-core variations in bacterial communities were investigated at 3 mangrove sites at...
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Pangasius catfish (Pangasianodon hypophthalmus) is popular among fish farmers of Bangladesh due to its hardy characteristics, fast growth, and its ability to survive in high densities. Many consumers love to buy this fish due to its low market price and delicious flashy meat, especially as live condition. Bacterial outgrowth in transport water is f...
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Zostera marina (eelgrass) is a widespread seagrass species that forms diverse and productive habitats along coast lines throughout much of the northern hemisphere. The present study investigated the microbial consortia of Z. marina growing at Futtsu clam-digging beach, Chiba prefecture, Japan. The following environmental samples were collected: sed...
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This study was conducted to evaluate the changes in viable count of bacteria and physicochemical parameters, and their correlations in the changing pattern during live transportation of climbing perch, (Anabas testudineus). Investigations were conducted in three live fish supply channels of Bangladesh, started from Mymensingh to Dhaka (Channel 1),...
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Study was conducted to determine the heavy metal concentration in 5 freshwater fishes Heteropneustes fossilis, Clarias batrachus, Anabus testudineus, Oreochromis niloticus, and Mystus gulio during autumn and winter. Most widely eaten five freshwater fish species were selected for this purpose. These fish species were Among the heavy metals estimate...
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The study was conducted to evaluate the changes in aerobic plate count (APC) and proximate composition with the aim to establish the relationship between APC and different components (such as moisture, crude protein, lipid, and ash) of proximate composition at different time intervals during the drying process of fish. Two small indigenous species...
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This research was conducted to investigate the seasonal variation in nutritional composition, freshness (sensory quality), quality of a migratory fish, an anadromus fish, two rapidly swimming fish and a freshwater minnow of Bangladesh. The selected fish species were Hilsa ilisha, Channa striata, Mastacembelus armatus, Puntius sarana, Pangasius pang...
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2019 FSB Biennial Conference (FSB2019) December 27-28, 2019 Organized by: Fisheries Society of Bangladesh (FSB) Venue: Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh
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A study was conducted to investigate the changes in organoleptic properties, biochemical composition and microbial load of fresh, control dried (T1: treated with no salt), 15% (T2) and 25% salt (T3) dried ribbon fish (Trichiurus lepturus) stored within polyethene bag at ambient (28-33 o C) and refrigeration temperature (4 o C) and to observe the ef...
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Seasonal variation in nutritional composition, freshness (sensory quality), quality of two Eurasian Catfish (Ompok pabda and Wallago attu) of the Old Brahmaputra river in Mymensingh district of Bangladesh was studied. In doing so two Eurasian Cat fish (Ompok pabda and Wallago attu) were selected for this research. Nutritional composition e.g. Prote...
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Habitability is defined as an ability of an organism to inhabit different environments. Habitability of organisms, however, cannot be inferred from analyses such as a whole genome or community structures. A recently developed database, the MetaMetaDB, gives us information from what kind of environments one particular 16S rRNA sequence data has ever...
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Phytoplankton are the basic component of the aquatic food chain. To date phytoplankton communities from the coastal waters of Bangladesh have received only little scientific attention. Consequently, the abundance and community composition of phytoplankton and their relationship with some abiotic factors were studied during December 2014 to August 2...
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Table S1. Numbers of analyzed zooplankton samples. Note: only one nifH‐positive copepod was found during cruises MR‐11‐2 and KH‐11‐10; only copepods were analyzed from cruises KS‐13‐T2 and KH‐13‐7. Table S2. Taxonomic identity of zooplankton samples from Pacific Ocean stations.*Copepod (genus). Figure S1. Photomicrographs of three major nifH‐posi...
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Dinitrogen fixation, the biological reduction in N2 gas to ammonia contributes to the supply of new nitrogen in the surface ocean. To understand the diversity and abundance of potentially diazotrophic (N2 fixing) microorganisms associated with marine zooplankton, especially copepods, the nifH gene was studied using zooplankton samples collected in...
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This study was carried out in the Rezukhal Estuary, Ukhia, Cox's Bazar of Bangladesh from January 2013 to November 2013 at three different stations and sampling were done in the winter (January 2013), pre-monsoon (April 2013), and post-monsoon (November 2013). The abundance of zooplankton varied between 39.85 and 48.85 ind. m-3 during winter, 25.38...
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Post harvest qualitative and quantitative changes have been studied in an important crustacean species prawn, Golda (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) of Bangladesh at various stages of handling Golda have been studied. Detailed information on post-harvest handling, storage, transportation, and distribution of prawn using pre-tested questionnaires was col...
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This study was conducted to evaluate the quality changes in an important crustacean species giant freshwater prawn, Macrobrachium rosenbergii (locally called golda) at various stages of handling. The samples under study were obtained from farms and depots of four golda producing districts viz. Khulna, Bagerhat, Jessore and Norial area by determinin...
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A survey was carried out to evaluate the overall condition, infrastructure facilities, handling and quality management system, condition of raw materials of shrimp, Bagda (Penaeus monodon) farms and depots of some selected shrimp producing areas of Cox's Bazar (Chokoria and Teknaf), Khulna (Paikgacha and Koira), Bagerhat (Rampal and Mongla) and Sat...
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Freshwater prawn, locally called Golda (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) is important aquaculture product of Bangladesh and the consumer at home and abroad prefers Golda for its taste, size and color. Lack of proper knowledge, negligence about sanitation and quality related factors at different stages of handling, transportation and processing results lo...
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Golda farms and depots of selected areas of the different districts of Bangladesh viz. Khulna, Bagerhat, Jessore and Norial area were sampled for the detection of Salmonella sp. and Escherichia coli. Incidence of Salmonella positive samples was 39%, 25%, 50% and 42% in the farms and 30%, 20%, 20% and 30% in the depots of Dumuria under Khulna, Bager...

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