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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. 37

No. 2

2008 December



Canan Özdemir and Mahmut Kilinç

Morphology and anatomy of three subsp. of <i>Crocus speciosus</i> Bieb

Canan Özdemir, Hüseyin Dural, Kuddisi Ertuğrul, Mustafa Küçüködük, Pelin Baran and M. Aydin Şanda

Morphology and anatomy of endemic <i>thermopsis turcica</i> kit tan, vural & küçüködük

Oznur Ergen Akcin

Seed coat and fruit surface micromorphology of some <i>Cynoglossum</i> l. (boraginaceae) species

İlkay Öztürk Çali

Effects of fungicide on meiosis of tomato (<i>Lycopersicon esculentum</i> mill.)

Abdullah Oktem

Effects of deficit irrigation on some yield characteristics of sweet corn

Moniruzzaman Khondker, Rauf Ahmed Bhuiyan, Jenat Yeasmin, Munirul Alam, R. Bradley Sack, Anwar Huq and Rita R. Colwell

New records of phytoplankton for bangladesh. 8. Trachelomonas Ehr. (Euglenophyceae)

K. Kibria, M. M. Islam and S. N. Begum

Screening of aromatic rice lines by phenotypic and molecular markers

Muhammad Aasim, Khalid Mahmood Khawar and Sebahattin Özcan

<i>In vitro</i> micropropagation from shoot meristems of turkish cowpea (<i>Vigna unguiculata</i> l.) cv. Akkiz

M. Saifuzzaman, Quazi Abdul Fattah And M. Shahidul Islam

Spikelet sterility of wheat in farmer's field in Northwest bangladesh

Shamima Islam Keka, Md. Shamsuzzaman, Minhaz Uddin Pahloan, Sultana Pervin, Md. Maksuder Rahman and Haseena Khan

Identifying simple sequence repeat (ssr) marker linked to mite tolerance in jute species

Abdul Aziz, A.K.M. Nurul Islam and A. Jahan

Marine algae of the St. Martin's Island, bangladesh. Vi. New records of species of the genus <i>kallymenia</i> j.g. ag. (rhodophyta)

Md. Almujaddade Alfasane, Moniruzzaman Khondker, Z. N. Tahmida Begum, Laila Arjumand Banu, Md. Mahbubar Rahman and Umma Fatema Shahjadee

Fruit production and biochemical aspects of seeds of <i>Euryale ferox</i> salisb. under <i>ex-situ</i> conditions

Z.N. Tahmida Begum, R. Mandal and Farzana Binta Amin

Quantification and nitrogen fixation of cyanobacteria in rice field soils of bangladesh

Short Communications

Moniruzzaman Khondker, Md. Almujaddade Alfasane and Rauf Ahmed Bhuiyan

<i>Cylindrocystis</i> menegh. (chlorophyta) - A new record for Bangladesh

Sumona Afroz, Ershad Tutul, Mohammad Zashim Uddin and Md. Abul Hassan

<i>Chlorophytum nepalense</i> (lindley) baker (liliaceae) - a new angiospermic record for bangladesh

Nahid Sultana, M.A. Hassan, Momtaz Begum and Mahbuba Sultana

<i>Physalis angulata</i> l. (solanaceae) - a new angiospermic record for bangladesh

M. M. Hoque and M. K. Huda

<i>Brachycorythis obcordata</i> (lindl.) Summerh. (orchidaceae): a new angiospermic record for bangladesh

J.L. Karmoker, Sharmin Farhana and Parveen Rashid

Effects of salinity on ion accumulation in maize (<i>Zea mays </i> l. cv. Bari-7)

Atika Naz, G. Kabir And M.M. Ud-Deen

Cytological effect of virus infection in five crop species

Jasim Uddin Chowdhury, Md. Nazrul Islam Bhuiyan and Nemai Chandra Nandi

Essential oil constituents of needles, dry needles, inflorescences and resins of <i>Pnus caribaea</i> Morelet growing in bangladesh

Md. Nazrul Islam Bhuiyan, Jasim Uddin Chowdhury and Jaripa Begum

Essential oil in roots of <i>Vetiveria zizanioides</i> (L.) Nash ex Small from Bangladesh

Jaripa Begum, Md. Nazrul Islam Bhuiyan and Jasim Uddin Chowdhury

Essential oil from inflorescence of <i>Spilanthes calva</i> d.c.

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.