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Author(s)
Than Aye; Tin Tin Shwe; Hlaing Min
Publisher
Myanmar Academy of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, Yangon, Myanmar
Citation
Journal of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, 2001, September, pp 144-161

Out of eight sub-species recorded in the world, three had already extinct. Out of the remaining five, Myanmar has two sub-species viz. Bengal tiger (Panthera tigris tigris) and Indochinese tiger (Panthera tigris corbett). In the paper identification of these are given. The abundance of the two...

Author(s)
Naing Zaw Htun
Publisher
Myanmar Academy of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, Yangon, Myanmar
Citation
Journal of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, 2004, May, pp 62-72

Using analysis of Sodium Dodecyl Sulphate Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis [SDS-PAGE], variation for seed storage protein of 160 rice germplasm conserved at Seed Bank, CARI was investigated. Rice seed storage proteins, Glutelin Precursor [57 KDa] Bands, Glutelin α subunit [37-39 KDa] Bands,...

Author(s)
Win Twut; Khin Myint Kyi; Tin Maw Oo; Tin Htut; John Ba Maw
Publisher
Myanmar Academy of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, Yangon, Myanmar
Citation
Journal of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, 2004, May, pp 1-9

Among the insecticides, Diazinon and Pin Lone Pyant (60 cc) were found to be effective to control Brown Planthopper, Neem Pesticide (30 cc) and Pin Lone Pyant (60 cc) were equally effective as Diazinon against white-backed hopper and low or high dose of Pin Lone Pyant and Diazinon were effective...

Author(s)
Saw Mar Co; Ohn Ohn Thein; May Than Aye
Publisher
Myanmar Academy of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, Yangon, Myanmar
Citation
Journal of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, 2004, May, pp 10-12

The effect of progesterone treatment was investigated in 23 Friesian cross cows, over 5 month post-partum. Animals were assigned into two groups. Group 'A' (n=12) was treated with 50 mg progesterone per day intramuscularly for 7 days and group 'B' (n=11) was control group. Milk samples for...

Author(s)
Ye Tun Win; Su Su Kyi
Publisher
Myanmar Academy of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, Yangon, Myanmar
Citation
Journal of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, 2004, May, pp 107-120

To know the combining effect of insecticide (Lesak) and rhizobial inoculant (TAL 169) on green gram (V-3726), pot experiment including six treatments was conducted in screen house of Plant Pathology Division, CARI in 2002 rainy season. Application of rhizobium inoculant gave significantly better...

Author(s)
Maw Maw Than; Thi Thi Aung; Myint Myint San; Maung Maung Thein
Publisher
Myanmar Academy of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, Yangon, Myanmar
Citation
Journal of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, 2004, May, pp 13-20

To evaluate the best fungicide against banded sheath blight of maize, the experiments were conducted under in-vitro and screen house conditions. Four fungicides, Bavistin FL (Methyl benzimiderzol) at 0.1%, Topsin M 70% WP (Thiophanate methyl) at 0.1%, Daconil 75 WP (Chlorothalonil) at 0.15% and...

Author(s)
Myint Myint San; Mya Mya Win; Maung Maung Thein
Publisher
Myanmar Academy of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, Yangon, Myanmar
Citation
Journal of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, 2004, May, pp 21-27

Natural forests are rapidly shrinking and deterioration. Major outgrowths are Population growth, rural poverty shifting cultivation, agricultural conversion. The per capita forest area decreased substantially. Cropland per capita of Myanmar is high compare to other countries. Under the livelihood...

Author(s)
San Thwin
Publisher
Myanmar Academy of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, Yangon, Myanmar
Citation
Journal of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, 2004, May, pp 31-42

In Myanmar, natural teak forests have been managed for many years with sustained timber production as the primary objective. The Brandis Selection System, modified into the Myanmar Selection System, is merely a Selection-cum-Improvement system with the main features being to carefully protect the...

Author(s)
Nyi Nyi Kyaw
Publisher
Myanmar Academy of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, Yangon, Myanmar
Citation
Journal of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, 2004, May, pp 43-61

Neosporosis is recognized as a major cause of abortion in cattle world wide over a decade and is currently paid much attention by researchers. The disease causes losses due to abortion, repeated abortion, and reduced performance in both dairy and beef cattle. This paper reviews Neosporosis with...

Author(s)
Than Kyaw
Publisher
Myanmar Academy of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, Yangon, Myanmar
Citation
Journal of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, 2004, May, pp 75-94

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