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Bangladesh Botanical Society was established in 1972. Professor Dr. Md. Abul Bashar is the present President and Professor Dr. Ashfaque Ahmed is the current Secretary General of the society. The total number of members is over 2975 of which 541 are life members. The society is regularly publishing popular articles in one issue of Bengali journal named "Udvid Barta" and scientific articles in four issues of Bangladesh Journal of Botany.


(Bangladesh J. Bot.)

Vol. 44

No. 3

2015 September



Sanjay Kumar Sharma

Influence of <i>Brevicoryne brassicae</i> L. incidence on the yield of marketable cabbage heads under different insecticide spray regimes in highlands of Himachal Pradesh (India)

Mahta Haghjoo and Abdollah Bahrani

Grain yield, dry matter remobilization and chlorophyll content in maize (<i>Zea mays</i> L.) as influenced by nitrogen and water deficit

Mohsen Kazemi

Effects of nano-ferric oxide on quality, quantity and antioxidant properties of essential oil components in <i>Carum copticum</i> (L.) Link

Mehmet Karakas

Fungi associated with egg masses and females of plant parasitic nematode <i>Meloidogyne incognita</i> (Nematoda: Heteroderidae)

Wei Tianxing, Shi Xin, Zhu Jinzhao, Zhu Qingke and Yukui Rui

Evaluating the health status of <i>Robinia pseudoacacia</i> L. by the root exudates

Ravish Choudhary, SK Malik, Rekha Chaudhury, Digvender Pal, Pravin Patil and KC Sharama

Scanning electron microscopic study on freezing behaviour of tissue cells in dormant bud of mulberry (<i>Morus</i> sp.)

Rakesh Kumar

Influence of mulching, liming and farm yard manures on production potential, economics and quality of maize (<i>Zea mays</i> L.) under rainfed condition of Eastern Himalaya

Arifa Zereen and Andleeb Anwar Sardar

Multivariate analysis of environment-vegetation complex of Vehari district, Pakistan

Wen-Xiu Tang, Wan-Juan Dai, Xing-Hua Hu and Shi-Xun Huang

ISSR-based genetic diversity of wild and <i>ex situ</i> conserved population of <i>Hopea chinensis</i> (Merr.) Hand.-Mazz

EM Hussein, AA Aly, OLA Gh El-Hawary, Heba I Mohamed, AA Mosa and MH Mostafa

Use of antigenic composition to differentiate among <i>Rhizoctonia solani</i> isolates from flax

Khurshid Nahar, Abdul Aziz and Moniruzzaman Khondker

Freshwater sediment diatoms (Bacillariophyceae) newly recorded from Sirajganj, Bangladesh

Zidni Ilman Navia and Tatik Chikmawati

<i>Durio tanjungpurensis</i> (Malvaceae), a new species and its one new variety from west Kalimantan, Indonesia

SK Verma, SB Singh, SK Prasad, RN Meena and RS Meena

Influence of irrigation regimes and weed management practices on water use and nutrient uptake in wheat (<i>Triticum aestivum</i> L. <i>emend</i>. Fiori and Paol.)

Deepak Singh, Ashish Kumar Gupta, Anil Kumar Singh, Ajoy Kumar Singh and Santosh Kumar

Evaluation of field pea germplasm against rust disease caused by <i>Uromyces viciae fabae De Bary</i> in glass house and field conditions

Short Communications

Md Tariqul Islam

Effects of high temperature on photosynthesis and yield in mungbean

Truong Van DO, Christoph Neinhuis and Stefan Wanke

Taxonomic notes on <i>Aristolochia dilatata</i> Brown from India: Lectotypification and a new synonym

PK Roy

<i>In vitro</i> plant regeneration of <i>Paulownia tomentosa</i> (Thunb.) Steud. from shoot tip and leaf segment

Vahid Abdossi, Farshid Esmaeili and Mohsen Kazemi

Efficiency of essential oils and nano-malate in reduction of ethylene production and extension of vase life of cut <i>Eustoma grandiflorum</i> Mariachii. cv. Blue flowers

MMA Mondal, MA Malek and AB Puteh

Variation in morpho-physiological characters and yield components of summer mungbean (<i>Vigna radiata</i> (L.) Wilczek) varieties

Nelofar Yesmin, Tahsina Haque, Mozmader TIMA and Suman Mohajan

Assay of xylanolytic activity of mutants of <i>Neurospora crassa</i> (Ema 5297) induced with ultra-violet radiation

Yubaraj Dhakal, RS Meena, Nirmal De, SK Verma and Ajeet Singh

Growth, yield and nutrient content of mungbean (<i>Vigna radiata</i> L.) in response to INM in eastern Uttar Pradesh, India

Kulvir Singh and Pankaj Rathore

Efficacy of harvest-aid defoliants on yield of seed cotton (<i>Gossypium hirsutum</i> L.)

The Society gratefully acknowledges the financial support received from the Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh and the University of Dhaka towards the publication of this Journal.