Tahsina Hoque

Tahsina Hoque
Bangladesh Agricultural University | BAU · Department of Soil Science

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Bangladesh is a developing country where agriculture has been considered as the largest sector of the economy. A significant proportion of the people of this country depend on agriculture as the key source of income and employment. In Bangladesh, the agricultural sector possesses particular importance for the sustained food and livelihood security...
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Soil organic carbon (OC) is one of the most important soil components regulating soil quality, fertility and agronomic productivity as well as the global carbon (C) cycle. Soil acts as a sink for global C, which can be influenced by the water regime and organic matter (OM) management in field. The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of the...
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Although its mechanism of action, particularly under wetland condition, is not clearly understood, vermicompost, a good source of humus and plant nutrients, has been used as organic manure in many parts of the world in order to increase crop production. Here, an anaerobic incubation study and a field study were conducted to observe the nutrient rel...
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Moringa (Moringa oleifera L.) leaf extract is a natural plant growth stimulant that is well-known for its ability to improve plant growth and development. A field study was conducted to evaluate the influence of MLE (Moringa Leaf Extract) on the growth, yield and nutritional improvement in two vegetable crops [Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) and Indi...
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Acid soil is an obstacle to agricultural development and a concern regarding food and environmental security. Therefore, a study was carried out for two consecutive years to see how lime and organic manure (OM) amendments affect yield and nutrient absorption in the Transplanted (T.) Aman–Mustard–Boro cropping pattern in an acidic terrace soil. With...
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Globally, the risk of arsenic (As) contamination in soil and rice is well documented across the globe. In Bangladesh, drinking water and rice are two major exposure pathways of As to humans. Therefore, the efficiency of recent technologies to reduce rice As and associated human health risks still need to be deeply investigated. In this direction, a...
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Influence of various organic manures with chemical fertilizers on increasing growth, yield and nutritional quality of potato was studied. The experiment consisted of seven treatments including T 0 : Control, T 1 : 75% recommended fertilizer dose (RFD); T 2 : 100% RFD, T 3 : 75% RFD + Kazi compost (5 t/ha), T 4 : 75% RFD + Kazi compost (3 t/ha), T 5...
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Having up-to-date knowledge on the mineralization of organic materials and release of nutrients is of paramount significance to ensure crops’ nutrient demands, increase nutrient use efficiency and ensure the right fertilizer application at the right time. This study seeks to evaluate the mineralization patterns of various manures viz. cowdung (CD),...
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A good understanding of nutrient release from manure or compost after application through mineralization is important to assure meeting the nutrient demand of crops, to secure timely fertilizer application and to enhance nutrient use efficiency. The current study was done to evaluate phosphorus (P) and sulphur (S) release patterns from different ty...
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Soil reaction is an important issue that adversely affects soil fertility and crop productivity. Twenty five representative soil samples from farmers’ fields of Ramchandrakura, Bishgiripar, Andharupara and Nayabil villages of Nalitabari upazila under Sherpur district (AEZ 22-Northern and Eastern Piedmont Plains) and twenty soil samples from farmers...
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Balanced fertilization is a pre-requisite for better rice production and it is necessary to determine optimum combination of nutrient elements for application. An experiment was conducted at the Soil Science Field Laboratory of Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh during Boro season to investigate the effects of reduced rates of phosphoru...
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Rice (Oryza sativa L.) is one of the major sources of calories for billions of people, with production predicted to decrease in the near future due to various abiotic stresses. An increase in methylglyoxal (MG) and reactive oxygen species (ROS) is a common consequence of abiotic stresses in rice. Many recent studies with rice have demonstrated a cl...
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Proper soil fertility management is one of the prime importance in an endeavor to increase crop productivity. Hence, an experiment was conducted at the Soil Science Field Laboratory, BAU, Mymensingh during Aman season of 2017 to investigate the growth and yield performance and rice quality under different fertilizer management. The experiment was l...
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Soil depth can significantly influence the availability of nutrients in soil. An experiment was conducted with seven soil samples from seven land use types to observe the effect of soil depth on soil properties under various land use systems. Soil pH, electrical conductivity (EC), organic matter, available phosphorus (P), available sulphur (S) and...
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Soil depth can significantly influence the availability of nutrients in soil. An experiment was conducted with seven soil samples from seven land use types to observe the effect of soil depth on soil properties under various land use systems. Soil pH, electrical conductivity (EC), organic matter, available phosphorus (P), available sulphur (S) and...
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Rice (Oryza sativa) is one of the principal cereal crops and is a major source of calories for billions of people around the globe. It has been predicted that rice production will decrease in near future due to the negative effects of global climate change. The increase in temperature and scarcity of irrigation water poses a serious threat to rice...
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Arsenic (As) contamination in rice has become a global concern as a potential dietary risk to human health. A pot culture experiment was conducted in the net house of the Department of Soil Science, Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU), Mymensingh to study the effect of soil As contamination on rice (BRRI dhan47) and its management through wate...
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Salt stress is one of the most important abiotic stresses threatening agricultural production worldwide. Salt stress affects vital physiological, biochemical and molecular processes in crop plants, leading to reduced plant growth and yields or even plant death. To cope with salt stress, plants have evolved many adaptive mechanisms, including the de...
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Moringa is a valuable plant whose leaves are enriched with antioxidants, amino acids, vitamins and mineral nutrients and can be used as a bio-stimulant. A field work was conducted at the Soil Science Field Laboratory of Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU), Mymensingh, during rabi season from November 2017 to February 2018 in order to investiga...
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Sediments and water quality parameters are the key determinants for sustainable shrimp farming in Bangladesh. In this context, an investigation was carried out to assess the physicochemical properties of sediments and water in shrimp farming areas of Dacope Upazilla of Bangladesh. The data were collected from 21 shrimp farms located in three villag...
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Natural plant growth stimulants play important roles in triggering growth and boosting economic yield of crops. A field experiment was conducted at Soil Science Field Laboratory of Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh during Rabi season in order to investigate the effect of moringa leaf extract (MLE) on growth, yield and nutritional quali...
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Plant bio-stimulants play a significant role in triggering growth and boosting economic yield of crops. Even so, little information is found on the use of moringa leaf extract (MLE) as a natural bio-stimulant to improve growth and yield of vegetable crops in Bangladesh. Therefore, a field study was conducted at the Soil Science Field Laboratory of...
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Plant bio-stimulants play a significant role in triggering growth and boosting economic yield of crops. Even so, little information is found on the use of moringa leaf extract (MLE) as a natural bio-stimulant to improve growth and yield of vegetable crops in Bangladesh. Therefore, a field study was conducted at the Soil Science Field Laboratory of...
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A field experiment was conducted at two locations i.e. at Soil Science Field of Bangladesh Agricultural University and at Farmer’s field of Fakirakanda village of Mymensingh Sadar to evaluate the effects of different organic fertilizers on the growth and yield of rice (BRRI dhan28). The experiments at each location containing seven treatments were...
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The present study was done at Bangladesh Agricultural University farm to evaluate the field performances of different types of manures viz. cowdung (CD), cowdung slurry (CD slurry), trichocompost (TC), vermicompost (VC), poultry manure (PM) and poultry manure slurry (PM slurry) with chemical fertilizers in the potato-mungbean-T. aman rice cropping...
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The present study was done at Bangladesh Agricultural University farm to evaluate the field performances of different types of manures viz. cowdung (CD), cowdung slurry (CD slurry), trichocompost (TC), vermicompost (VC), poultry manure (PM) and poultry manure slurry (PM slurry) with chemical fertilizers in the potato-mungbean-T. aman rice cropping...
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A field experiment was conducted at two locations i.e. at Soil Science Field of Bangladesh Agricultural University and at Farmer's field of Fakirakanda village of Mymensingh Sadar to evaluate the effects of different organic fertilizers on the growth and yield of rice (BRRI dhan28). The experiments at each location containing seven treatments were...
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A field experiment was conducted at the Soil Science Field Laboratory of Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU), Mymensingh, during rabi season to evaluate the effect of foliar application of moringa leaf extract on productivity and nutrient uptake efficiency of wheat plants. The experiment was laid out in a randomized complete block design with...
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Among the various abiotic stressors, soil salinity is one of the most detrimental, restricting the growth and productivity of major agricultural crops worldwide. Apart from ionic, osmotic, and oxidative stress, one of the most important biochemical impacts of salt stress on plants is overaccumulation of methylglyoxal (MG), a cytotoxic compound that...
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Plants growing under field conditions are constantly exposed, either simultaneously or sequentially, to more than one abiotic stress factor. Plants have evolved sophisticated sensory systems to perceive a number of stress signals that allow them to activate the most adequate response to grow and survive in a given environment. Recently, cross-stres...
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Moringa oleifera leaf extract has a potential effect as a growth enhancer of many crops. An experiment was conducted at the Soil Science Field Laboratory of Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh to evaluate the effect of foliar application of moringa leaf extract on growth and yield of late sown wheat (BARI Gom-26). The experim...
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Bangladesh has been divided into 30 Agro-ecological Regions (AEZs) based on which applied agricultural research has currently been conducted. Due to the unavailability of sufficient mineralogical information of soils of those AEZs, there was an initiative to study mineralogical composition of major soils of different AEZs of the country. One of the...
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Methylglyoxal (MG) is a highly reactive stress-related α-ketoaldehyde and a physiological metabolite of glycolysis, which is accumulated in ample amount under stressful conditions. In the present study, the effect of different doses of MG on growth, anthocyanin production, MG contents, and activities of two types of glyoxalases (glyoxalase I and gl...
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Plants face many stressful conditions during their lifetimes and because of their sessile nature they have to adapt to these conditions in order to survive. One unfortunate and unavoidable consequence of all major biotic and abiotic stresses is the overproduction of reactive oxygen species (ROS). ROS are highly reactive and toxic chemical entities...
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p>Green manures can enrich soils with organic matter and nitrogen. An experiment was conducted at the Soil Science Field Laboratory of Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh to evaluate the residual effects of different green manures on the growth and yield of wheat (BARI Gom-26). The experiment containing nine treatments were l...
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The oxygenated short aldehyde methylglyoxal (MG) is produced in plants as a by-product of a number of metabolic reactions, including elimination of phosphate groups from glycolysis intermediates dihydroxyacetone phosphate and glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate. MG is mostly detoxified by the combined actions of the enzymes glyoxalase I and glyoxalase II th...
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Aims: To determine the effect of different micronutrients including zinc (Zn), copper (Cu), manganese (Mn) and boron (B) on growth and yield of rice (BRRI dhan29). Study Design: The study was laid out in a randomized complete block design with three replications. Place and Duration of Study: The experiment was conducted at the Soil Science Field La...
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p>The present study was conducted in the Soil Science Field Laboratory at Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh during November 2014 to April 2015 to study the effect of moringa leaf extract on growth and yield of maize. The experiment comprised of five treatments viz., T<sub>1 </sub>(control), T<sub>2</sub> (water sprayed at every 2 weeks...
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Introduction In 2014 therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM) for antiTNF was introduced to the Royal London Hospital. Approximately 170 IBD patients per month receive infliximab or adalimumab. Previous data have shown TDM and optimised antiTNF prescribing improves clinical outcomes.¹ We audited the impact of TDM on cost-effectiveness and clinical outcome...
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Bangladesh is consisting of 30 Agro-ecological Regions (AEZs) and different applied agricultural research has been conducted based on AEZ. An attempt has been taken to study the mineralogy of important soils from all AEZs of Bangladesh in order to provide basic information for applied research. As part of this attempt, the mineralogy of ten soils f...
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Plants live in environments where they are exposed to a variety of biotic and abiotic stresses. Abiotic stresses include salinity, drought, heavy metal toxicity, extremes of temperature and nutrient deficiency, which can lead to morphological, physiological, biochemical and molecular changes that can ultimately affect plant growth and development....
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Methylglyoxal (MG) is a highly reactive metabolite derived from glycolysis. In this study, we examined the effect of MG on seed germination, root elongation, chlorosis and stress-responsive gene expression in Arabidopsis using an abscisic acid (ABA)-deficient mutant, aba2-2. In the wild type, 0.1 mm MG did not affect germination but delayed root el...
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Methylglyoxal (MG) is a reactive aldehyde derived by glycolysis. In Arabidopsis, MG inhibited light-induced stomatal opening in a dose-dependent manner. It significantly inhibited both inward-rectifying potassium (K(in)) channels in guard-cell protoplasts and an Arabidopsis K(in) channel, KAT1, heterologously expressed in Xenopus oocytes. Thus it a...
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Methylglyoxal (MG) is an oxygenated short aldehyde and a glycolytic intermediate that accumulates in plants under environmental stresses. Being a reactive α-oxoaldehyde, MG may act as a signaling molecule in plants during stresses. We investigated whether MG induces stomatal closure, reactive oxygen species (ROS) production, and cytosolic free calc...

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