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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. 47

No. 1

2018 March



Fatih Satil, Ayla Kaya and Tuncay Dirmenci

Investigations on a monotypical genus: <i>Pentapleura</i> Hand.-Mazz. (Lamiaceae)

Meng Zhao, Jing Kang, Yating Zhao and Shupeng Wu

Histochemistry and extraction of <i>Crassula ovata</i> (Mill.) Druce polysaccharides

Yiping Liang, Zhihui Li, Wenhui Shen and Fang Huang

Cotyledon diversity and seedling characteristics of <i>Michelia macclurei</i> Dandy from natural populations

Roheena Abdullah, Fareeha Zainab, Afshan Kaleem, Mehwish Iqtedar and Tehreema Iftikhar

Production of xylanase by <i>Aspergillus</i> spp. in solid state fermentation

Zaheer-Ud-Din Khan, Summiya Faisal, Anjum Perveen, Andleeb Anwar Sardar and Sabahat Zahara Siddiqui

Phytochemical properties and antioxidant activities of leaves and fruits extracts of <i>Parthenocissus quinquefolia</i> (L.) Planch

Xuefeng Zong, Ran Wang, Jun LV, Shakeel Ahmad Anjum, Najia Li, Yan Zhang, Yufeng Dong, Xiujuan He, Yu Xu and Sangen Wang

Effects of brassinolide and macro-nutrients foliar application on growth and physiological characteristics in <i>Leymus chinensis</i> (Trin.)

Md Abdul Karim and Nasrin Sultana

Microbiological quality of drinking water and their antibiogram at roadside restaurants in Dhaka city

Neelma Munir, Maria Rafique, Imran Altaf, Nadia Sharif and Shagufta Naz

Antioxidant and antimicrobial activities of extracts from selected algal species

Hanji She, Jinhuan Cai and Li Xue

Soil properties in canopy gap of a <i>Cunninghamia lanceolata</i> (Lamb.) hook stand in south China

Mengpei Liu, Shanshan Tie, Weizong, Qiqi Liu and Guangyuan Zhao

Microfluidization-assisted extraction of polysaccharide from <i>Eucommia ulmoides</i> Oliv. leaves and evaluation of its antioxidant activity

Changwei Tan, Dunliang Wang, Ming Luo, Ying DU, Jian Zhou, Weiwei Yan and Yongjian Zhan

Monitoring of winter wheat seedling at jointing stage using remote sensing techniques

Jian Zaiyou, YU Jingbo, Wang Wenquan and Wang Ning

Effect of circumstances and process on the content of chemical components in Bai Shao (<i>Paeonia lactiflora</i> Pall.)

Milton Halder, PP Dhar, JC Joardar, Md S Amin, MH Kobir, AK Dey and Md Saidur Rahman

Effects of edaphoclimatic factors on arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi colonization in Chittagong BCSIR reserve forest, Bangladesh

Vibhuti Chandrakar and S. Keshavkant

Growth and metabolic responses of <i>Glycine max</i> L. to arsenate and arsenite: A comparative assessment

XM Mao, PJ Shen, YX Zhao and XB Zhou

Effects of spatial distribution on photosynthesis and yield of summer maize

Wenlong YI, Huojiao HE, Hongyun Yang, Liping Wang and Biao Zhong

Relationship between RGB components and pigment contents in rice leaf

Tahsin Söğüt and Ferhat Öztürk

Performance of <i>Glycine max</i> (L.) Merr. genotypes under main and second cropping systems: ii. Fatty acid composition

Maryam Munawwar, Khajista Jabeen and Sumera Iqbal

Biochar and compost antifungal activity against <i>Botrytis cinerea</i> Pers. ex. fe.

Short Communications

Xian-Song Yang

Changes of starch grains and plastoglobuli in chloroplasts of mesophyll cells in <i>Ginkgo biloba</i> L. leaves

Muhammmad Azhar Khan, Zafar Iqbal, Manzoor Hussain and Inayat Ur Rahman

Allelopathic effect of leaves on germination of wheat (<i>Triticum aestivum</i> L.)

Y Naidoo, CT Sadashiva and G Naidoo

Chemical composition and antibacterial properties of the essential oil of <i>Ceratotheca triloba</i> (Bernh.) Hook. f.

Prabhavati Edulamudi, Anthony Johnson Anthony Masilamani, Venkata Ramana Sai Gopal Divi and Veera Mallaiah Konada

Inhibition of phytopathogenic fungi by chitinase-producing <i>Rhizobium</i> isolates obtained from root nodules of <i>Macrotyloma uniflorum</i> (Lam.) Verde.

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.