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  1.  Akhter,  J., R.A. Waheed,  Z. Aslam and K.A. Malik. (1987). A rapid method of appraising soil salinity. Pak. J. Agri. Sci.24(2), 123-128.

  2. Akhter, J. and G. Haider. (1992). Soil water measurements. In: Manual of Salinity Research Methods. Int. Water logging and Salinity Res. Institute. UNDP. Pub. No 147. Lahore, Pakistan. 7: 1-16.

  3. Akhter, J.,  R.A. Waheed, M.L.K. Niazi, K.A. Malik and S.H.M. Naqvi. (1988). Moisture properties of  saline sodic soil as affected by growing kallar grass using brackish water. Reclm. and Reveg. Res., 6, 299-307.

  4. Akhter, J., K.A. Malik,  M.H. Naqvi, S. Ahmed  and R. Murray. (1994). Aggregate stability of a saline sodic soil under irrigated kallar grass Faisalabad, Pakistan. Geol. Bull. Punjab Univ., Lahore. 29: 53-54.  [go to top]

  5. Akhter, J., K.A.Malik, M.H.Naqvi, S.Ahmad and R.Murray.(1998). Chemical and mineralogical characteristics of a  saline-sodic soil  under irrigated kallar grass. Geol. Bull. Punj. Univ.  30 (1), 37-46.

  6. Akhter, J., M.A. Chaudhri and   M.H. Naqvi. (1995).  Comparison of laboratory and field calibration of neutron moisture probe for water assessment of a sandy loam soil. Pak. J. Agri. Sci. 32: 218-224.

  7. Akhter, J., R. Shaheen  and M.H.  Naqvi. (1995). Transformation of illite to smectite in a saline sodic soil under irrigated kallar grass. Second workshop on ‘Role of soil mineralogy and micromorphology in sustainable agriculture’ held at FDRI, Faisalabad  on April  3, 1995.

  8. Akhter, J., R. Shaheen. and  M.H. Naqvi. (1998). Application of physico-chemical technique to measure ground water recharge. Presented in 7th Int. congress of soil science. December 9-12, 1998, organized by Soil Sci. Soc. of Pakistan at UAF, Faisalabad.

  9. Akhter, J., R.A. Waheed and K.A. Malik. (1990). Application of threshold concentration concept –A five years case study. In: Soil for agriculture development. Proc. of 2nd Nat. Cong. of Soil Sci., Faisalabad. pp.249-257.

  10. Akhter, J., R.A. Waheed, E.T. Hignett and E.L.Greacen. (2000). Calibrating the neutron moisture meter: Precision and Economy. IAEA TECDOC-1137. Vienna. pp 65-80.

  11. Akhter, J., R.A. Waheed, K.A. Malik  and M.I. Haq.(1985). Effect of kallar grass growth on water transmission characteristics of salt-affected land. In: Managing soil resources, Proc. of 1st. Nat. Cong. on Soil Science. Allied Press, Lahore. pp.393-400

  12. Akhter, J., R.A. Waheed, K.A. Malik and G.R. Tahir (1988). In situ determination of soil hydraulic conductivity- A low cost reliable equipment. Pak. J. Agric. Res. 9(4), 509-514.  [go to top]

  13. Akhter, J., R.A. Waheed, M.I. Haq, K.A.  Malik and S.H.M. Naqvi.(1986). Subsurface hydrology of north-west  Faisalabad using isotope technique 1. Water salinity investigations and mixing zones. Pak.J. Soil Sci., 1:13-20.

  14. Akhter, J., R.A. Waheed, M.I. Sajjad, K.A. Malik and S.H.M.Naqvi.(1990). Causes of ground water table fluctuations in north-west of Faisalabad Division, Pakistan. In: Soil physics applications under stress environment. Proc. of seminar held on Jan. 22-26, 1989, BARD, Pak. Agri. Res. Council, Islamabad. Pp.94-110.

  15. Akhter, J., R.Shaheen, M.H.Naqvi and S.Ahmed. (1999). Estimation of ground water recharge and discharge fluxes under Eucalyptus vegetation. Geol. Bull. Punj. Univ. 30 (2), 110-116.

  16. Akhter, J., R.Shaheen, M.I.Sajjad and M.H.Naqvi. (1999). Carbon isotope discrimination and water use efficiency in some plants grown under different water conditions. Pak. J. Soil Sci. 16, 123-128.

  17. Akhter, J., S. Ahmed and K. A. Malik. (2002). Use of brackish water for agriculture: Growth of salt tolerant plants and their effects on soil properties. Science Vision., 7: 230-241.

  18. Ali, I., E.Rasul,  A. Wahid,  Y. Zafar and K.A. Malik. (1986). General survey of C-4 grasses and sedges in Faisalabad. Pak. J. Agr. Sci. 23, 11-18.

  19. Ali, S. and G.R. Sandhu. (1972). Blue-green algae of saline soils of the Punjab. OIKOS. 23, 268-272.

  20. Ali, S., I. Ahmad,, E. Rasul and K.A. Malik. (1990). Effect of salinity on the morphology, nitrogen fixation and biomass production in Azolla pinnata.  In: Proc. Indo‑Pak W/S on Soil Salinity and Water Management. PARC/IWASRI organizers. Feb. 10‑14, 1990. Pak. Agri. Res. Council, Islamabad. Vol. II, pp. 509-520

  21. Ali, S., N. Hamid, G. Rasul  and K.A. Malik. (1995). Use of biofertilizers to increase yield, nitrogen content and fertilizer-N use efficiency in saline soils. Pak. J. Bot.27:275-281

  22. Anwar, M., I. Hussain, S.S. Alam and F. Baig. (2001). Effect of NaCl Salinity on seed germination, growth and yield of two varieties of Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.). Pak. J. Biol. Sci. 4,124-127  [go to top]

  23. Ashraf, M. Y. and G.Sarwar. (2002). Salt tolerance potential in some members of brassicacea  physiological studies on water relations and mineral contents (R. Ahmed and k.A. Malik  Eds). Prospects for Saline Agriculture. pp. 237-245.

  24. Ashraf, M., M.H. Naqvi and M.M. Iqbal. (2001). Microbial biofilms for environmental waste management: An overview. The Nucleus 38, 131-135.

  25. Ashraf, M., O.Berge, F.Azam and T.Heulin. (1999). Exopolysaccharide-producing bacteria isolated from the rhizosphere of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grown in a normal and a saline soil. Pak. J. Biol. Sci.2, 201-206.

  26. Ashraf, M.Y. and A.S. Bhatti. (2000). Effect of salinity on growth and chlorophyll content in rice. Pak.J.Sci. Ind. Res. 43, 130-131.

  27. Ashraf, M.Y. and Y. Ali. (1998). Effect of salinity on growth, chlorophyll content and leaf area of rice (Oryza sativa L.) Inter. Rice Res. Notes (IRRN). 23(2),33-35.

  28. Ashraf, M.Y., M.H. Naqvi and A.H. Khan. (1996). Effect of water stress on nucleic acid metabolism in wheat. Pak. J. Bot. 28,  121-123.

  29. Ashraf, M.Y., M.H. Naqvi and A.H. Khan. (1996). Evaluation of four screening techniques for drought  tolerance in wheat. (Triticum aestivum L.). Acta Agron. Hung. 44, 213-220.

  30. Ashraf, M.Y., N. Iqbal and M. Qasim. (1999). Interactive effect of different ions and salt tolerance potential in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). J. Agri. Res. 37, 249-256.

  31. Ashraf, M.Y., R. A. Wahed and Z. Aslam. (1998). Mechanism of low temperature stress to the growth and metabolic changes in rice       seedlings. Sci. Int.(Lahore), 10, 421-423.

  32. Ashraf, M.Y., R. A. Waheed, A.S. Bhatti, G. Sarwar and Z. Aslam. (1999). Salt tolerance potential in different brassica species growth studies. In: Halophytes Uses in Different Climates - II (eds. Hamdy, H., H. Lieth, M. Todorovic and M. Moschenko), Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands. pp. 119-125.

  33. Ashraf, M.Y., Y. Ali and T.M. Qureshi. (1998). Effect of salinity on photosynthetic efficiency and yield of rice genotypes. Pak. J. Biol. Sci. 1, 72-74.

  34. Aslam, M., R.H. Qureshi, A. Nazir and M.A. Kausar. (1991). Growth rate and ion transport in two rice varieties under the saline environment. Pak. J. Bot. 23, 3-10.

  35. Aslam, Z. (1999). Growth, utilization and salt tolerance of Atriplex species.In: Halophyte uses in different climates (Eds.  Hamdy, A., H. Lieth, M. Todorovic and M. Moschenko). Backhuys  Publishers, Leiden,The Netherlands. pp. 77-86.

  36. Aslam, Z. (2000). Saline Agriculture. In: Pakistan Agriculture Management and Development (Eds. M.A.A. Qureshi and M.A. Zia). A-One Publishers, Urdu Bazar, Lahore.  pp. 248-261.  [go to top]

  37. Aslam, Z. (2000). Salt-Affected Soils. In: Pakistan Agriculture Management and Development (Eds. M.A.A. Qureshi and M. A. Zia),  A-One Publishers, Urdu Bazar, Lahore.  pp. 244-247.

  38. Aslam, Z. (2002). Extent, causes and management of salinity problem in Pakistan. In: Proc. Natl. Workshop on “Technologies for Sustainable Agriculture”, Sept. 24 to 26, 2001 (Eds. Azam, F., M. M. Iqbal, C. Inayatullah and K.A. Malik), NIAB, Faisalabad, Pakistan. pp. 75-86.

  39. Aslam, Z. and S.M. Mujtaba. (1999). Aster tripolium: A winter forage: Introduction for salt affected soils. In: Halophyte uses in different climates (Eds. Hamdy, A., H. Lieth, M. Todorovic and M. Moschenko), Backhuys Publishers,Leiden,The Netherlands. pp. 95-103.

  40. Aslam, Z. and S.M. Mujtaba.(2001). An evaluation of salt tolerance in nine varieties of  Avena sativa for germination, growth and some other characteristics.  Pak. J. Agri. Res.39, 77-83.

  41. Aslam, Z., and K.A. Malik. (1986). Economic utilization and amelioration of salt affected soils. Paper presented at PAEC‑KFK Symp./Workshop on Biotech. in Agric. and Energy, Faisalabad, March 3 – 7, 1986.

  42. Aslam, Z., E.G. Barrett-Lennard and H. Greenway. (1988). Effect of external concentration of (K++ Na+) and K+/Na+ on the growth and ion relations of  Atriplex amnicola. J. Plant Physiol. 133, 228-234.

  43. Aslam, Z., S. M. Mujtaba, J. Akhter, K.A. Malik and M.H. Naqvi.(1993). Biological methods for economically utilizing salt-affected soils in Pakistan. In: Productive use of saline soils. Davidson, N. and Gallooway, R. (eds.), ACIAR Project No 24: 29-31.

  44. Aslam, Z., M. Salim, R.H. Qureshi and G.R. Sandhu. (1987). Salt tolerance of Echinochloa crusgalli. Biol. Plant. 29, 66‑69.

  45. Aslam, Z., M. Y. Ashraf, A. S. Bhatti,  R. A. Wahed, M. A. A. Qureshi, M. A. Gill,  A. Khaliq, T. Mahmood and K. A. Malik. (1998). Trends  in degradation of  Agro-environment  in Pakistan. Paper presented at seminar on “Emerging Environmental Issues in Pakistan”  held at Pakistan Academy of Sciences, Islamabad.

  46. Aslam, Z., M.S. Sajjad, S. M. Mujtaba, M.A. Awan and K.A. Malik. (1989). Effect of increased salinity on rice genotypes. Int. Rice Res. Newslett. 14, 21‑22.

  47. Aslam, Z., M.Salim, G.R. Sandhu and R.H. Qureshi. (1979). Sodicity effects on growth and chemical composition of Diplachne fusca. Pak. J. Bot. 11, 123 ‑128

  48. Aslam, Z., M.Salim, R.H. Qureshi and G.R. Sandhu. (1977). Effect of occasional irrigations  with saline‑sodic water on wheat growth and properties of the soil. Bulletin  of  IDFCR Council.  7, 23‑28.  [go to top]

  49. Aslam, Z., S.M. Mujtaba, J. Akhter, R.A. Waheed, K.A. Malik and S.H.M. Naqvi. (1992). Biological methods of economic utilization of salt affected soils in Pakistan. In: “Productive Use of Saline Land” (Eds. Davidson, N. and R. Galloway), ACIAR Proc. No.42  Canberra.

  50. Aslam, Z., W.D. Jeschke, E.G. Barret‑Lennard, T.L. Setter, E. Watkin and H. Greenway. (1986). Effects of external NaC1 on the growth of Atriplex amnicola and  the  ion relations and carbohydrate status of the leaves. Plant, Cell and Environment 9, 571‑580.

  51. Attaullah, M., I. Haq and G.R. Sandhu. (1981). Effect of salinity on yield and composition of lucerne. Pak. J. Agr. Res. 2, 183-187.

  52. Azam, F. and K.A. Malik. (1985). Transformation of Leptochloa fusca (L). Kunth and Sesbania aculeata in soil under different conditions. Pak. J. Soil Sci. 1, 31-40

  53. Azam, F., A.Lodhi and H.M.Helal. (1998). Improvement of saline soils through biological means - Organic matter dynamics and plant productivity. In: Sustainable Agriculture for Food, Energy and Industry - Strategies toward achievement. James and James (Science Publishers) Ltd, London, UK. pp. 287-291.

  54. Azam, F., M. Ashraf, A. Lodhi and M.I. Sajjad. (1992). Fate and interaction with native soil N of ammonium N applied to wetland rice (Oryza sativa L.) grown under saline and non-saline conditions. Biol. Fertil. Soils. 13, 102-107.

  55. Bari, G. and A. Hamid. (1988). Salt tolerance of rice varieties and mutant strains. Pak. J. Sci. Ind. Res. 31, 282-284.

  56. Bari, G., A. Hamid and M. A. Awan. (1973). Effect of salinity on  germination and seedling  growth of rice varieties. Int. Rice Comm. Newsletter. 22,32-36.

  57. Bhatti, A.S. (1972). Some effects of salinity on plant growth with empahasis on cereals and related plants. J. Agr. Res. (Pb), 10(3), 172-175.

  58. Bhatti, A.S. and G. Sarwar. (1993). Secretion and uptake of salt ions by detached Leptochloa fusca L. Kunth (Kallar grass). Env. Expt. Bot. 33, 259-265.

  59. Bhatti, A.S. and G.Sarwar. (1977). Response of corn to micronutrients (Zn and Cu) on a saline soil. I. Growth and ionic relationship. Plant & Soil. 48, 719-724.

  60. Bhatti, A.S., A. Ara, G. Sarwar and J. Wieneke. (1992). Some leaf structures related to salt regulation in Leptochloa fusca (L.) Kunth (Kallar grass) J. Plant Nutri. 15(3), 313-326.

  61. Bhatti, A.S., G. Sarwar and M. Akram. (1990). Secretion of Na+ and Cl- by Leptochloa fusca (L.) Kunth (Kalar grass). Proc. Int. Conf. Current Dev. in salinty and drought tolerance of plants, AEARC, Tandojam, Pakistan, Ja. 7-11 pp. 22-25. Edts.   S.M. Naqvi, R. Ansari, T.J. Flowers and A. Razzaque.

  62. Bhatti, A.S., G. Sarwar, J. Wieneke and M. Tahir. (1983). Salt effects on growth and mineral contents of Diplachne fusca (Kallar grass). J. Plant Nutrition. 6, 239-254.

  63. Bhatti, A.S., G. Sarwar, M. Tahir, M. Arshad. (1989). Effect of phenylmercuric acetate and waterlogging  on Leptochloa fusca (L). Kunth (Kallar grass).II. Salt Relations. Pak. J. Sci. Ind. Res. 31, 43-46.

  64. Bhatti, A.S., S. Steinert, G.  Sarwar, A. Helpert and D.W. Jeschke. (1993). Ion distribution in relation to leaf age in Leptochloa fusca L. Kunth (Kallar grass) I. K+, Na+, Ca++ and Mg++. New Phytologist. 123, 539-545.

  65. Bilal, R., G. Rasool, K. Mahmood and  K.A. Malik. (1990). Nitrogenase activity and nitrogen fixing bacteria associated with the roots of Atriplex spp. growing in saline sodic soils of Pakistan. Biol. Fertil. Soils.  9, 315-320.

  66. Cheema, A.A., M.A. Awan and Y. Ali. (1999). Niab-Irri-9: A new salt tolerant and high yielding rice variety. Pak. J. Biol. Sci. 2(3), 869-870.

  67. Cheema, A.A., M.A. Awan and Y. Ali. (2000). Field performance of Niab-Irri-9 in normal and saline soils. Bangladesh J. Nuclear Agri. 15(A-2).  [go to top]

  68. Cheema, A.A., M.Y. Saleem, M.A. Awan and Y. Zafar (1998). In vitro techniques coupled with irradiation for selection of basmati rice mutants better adapted to saline environments. J. Sci. I.R. Iran. 9(1), 1-3.

  69. Farooq, S. (1997). Aegilops species as a source for salinity and disease resistance in wheat. In:  Triticeae III (Jaradat AA, ed), Science Publishers, Inc., USA. pp. 325-332.

  70. Farooq, S. (1999). Karyological studies in Kallar grass (Leptochloa fusca L.). Cytologia. 54, 381-384.

  71. Farooq, S., M.L.K. Niazi., N. Iqbal and T.M. Shah. (1989). Salt tolerance potential of wild resources of the tribe Triticeae-I. Screening of species of the genus Aegilops. Plant and Soil. 119, 255-260.

  72. Farooq, S., T.M. Shah and N. Iqbal. (1980). Variation in crossability among intergeneric hybrids of wheat and salt tolerant accessions of 3 Aegilops species. Cereal Res. Commun. 18, 335-338.

  73. Farooq, S., Z. Aslam, M.L.K. Niazi and T.M. Shah. (1988). Salt tolerance potential of wild resources of the tribe Tritiacea. Part I. Screening of perennial genera. Pak. J. Sci. Ind. Res. 31, 506‑511.

  74. Farooq, S., Z. Aslam, T.M. Shah and N. Iqbal. (1993). Salt tolerance potential of the genus Aegilops, its transfer and expression. In: Proc. Int. Conf. on  “Current Status of Salt Tolerance in Plants” (Eds. Naqvi, S.S.M., R.U. Ansari, T.J. Flowers and A.R. Azmi) pp.122-135.

  75. Gulnaz, A., J. Iqbal and F.Azam. (1999). Seed treatment with phytohormones and crop productivity. II. Response of critical growth stages of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) under salinity stress. Cer.  Res. Commun. 27, 419-426.

  76. Gulnaz, A., J.Iqbal, S.Farooq and F. Azam.(1999). Seed treatment with phytohormones and crop productivity. I. 2,4-D as an inducer of salinity-tolerance in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Plant and Soil.  210, 209-218.

  77. Hanif,  M., R.H. Qureshi, R.A. Waheed and G.R. Sandhu. (1975). Some new methods of irrigations under local conditions. In: The optimum use of water in Agriculture. CENTO Panel Meeting, NIAB, Faisalabad. March 3-5, 1975. pp. 168-172.

  78. Hanif, M. and A. Jabbar.  (1974). Use of gypsum  in saline sodic tubewell water  for irrigation purposes. Pak. J. of  Sci. Res. 26, 15-20.

  79. Hanif, M., R.H. Qureshi, M.I. Rajoka and  G.R. Sandhu. (1975). Use of saline sodic water for crop production I. Effect of amended and unamended saline-sodic waters on growth of maize and properties of a normal loam soils. The Nucleus. 12(1-2), 39-42.

  80. Haq, M.I., M. Attaullah   and G.R. Sandhu. (1980). Salt tolerance and ion uptake studies of fodder swank. (Panicum colonum) L. in gravel culture. Iraqi J. of Agri. Res. 70-74.

  81. Hassan, A., G. Haider and J. Akhter. (1992). Determination of soil physical properties. In: Manual of Salinity Research Methods. Int. Water logging and Salinity Res. Institute. UNDP. Pub. No. 147. Lahore, Pakistan. 8: 1-24.

  82. Helal,  H.M., A.B. Ramadan,  F.Azam and J.Fleckenstein.(1996). Uptake of heavy metals by plants grown under salt stress. VDLUFA-Schriftenreihe. 44, 675-678.

  83. Hendricks, K.M.H., M.A. Mughal, R.A. Waheed, J. Akhtar and S.H. Ali. (1990). Field methods for determination  of water retention and unsaturated  hydraulic conductivity in the Fourth Drainage Project area, (Faisalabad, Pakistan). Int. Rep. ARAP-IWASRI, Lahore. p. 83.

  84. Hussain, F. and A. Rashid. (1977). Influence of salinity on the availability of Zn, Cu, Fe and Mn in two alkaline calcareous  soils. Pak. J. Sci. Ind. Res. 20, 389‑392.

  85. Hussain, F. and A. Rashid. (1979). Influence of adding gypsum on DTPA‑ extractable zinc, copper, iron and manganese in two upland soils. Pak. J. Sci. Ind. Res. 22, 118‑120.

  86. Hussain, F. and M. H. Naqvi. (1998). Ammonia losses from salt-affected soils. Pak. J. Soil Sci. 14, 1-4.

  87. Hussain, Z. and K.Mahmood. (2000). Biological drainage: Prospects of trees as biological pumps in saline and water-logged environment. Proc. National Seminar on Drainage in Pakistan.  Jamshoro (Pakistan), 16-18 August, 2000. Vol. I, pp. 69-74.

  88. Iqbal, N., M.Y. Ashraf, F. Javed, Z. Iqbal and G. Shah. (1998). Effect of salinity on germination and seedling growth of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Pak. J. Biol. Sci. 1, 226-228.

  89. Iqbal, Z., F. Hussain and M. H. Naqvi. (1998). Ammonia volatilization from urea applied to salt-affected soil  under flooded and non-flooded conditions. Pak. J. Biol. Sci. 1, 372-375.

  90. Iqbal, Z., F. Hussain and M. H. Naqvi. (1999). Comparison of titrimetric and atomic absorption spectrometric  methods for the estimation of soluble Ca and Mg in soils. Pak. J. Soil Sci. 16, 115-118.

  91. Jeschke, W.D., Z. Aslam and H. Greenway. (1986). Effects of NaC1 on ion relations and carbohydrate status of roots and on osmotic regulation of roots and shoots of Atriplex amnicola. Plant, Cell and Environment. 9, 559‑569.

  92. Jones, R.G.W., E.D. Owen, R.H. Qureshi and Z.Aslam. (1974). Enhancement of salt tolerance by choline treatment. Proc. 7th Int. Colloquim on Plant Analysis and Fertilizer Problems. Hannover, Fed. Rep. Germany.pp. 589-598  [go to top]

  93. Kausar, M.A., M. Tahir, A. Hamid and M. Aslam. (1989). Trace element nutrition of maize under saline conditions. Pak. J. Soil Sci. 26, 264-271.

  94. Khan, A.H., N.I. Hashmi and G.S. Ryan. (1970). Salt tolerance of some Pakistani wheat varieties. The Nucleus. 7(1-2), 42-46.

  95. Khan, N.H. and A.H. Sayegh. (1984). Mineralogical composition of the Clay Fraction in salt-affected soils of NWFP. Pak. J. Agr. Res. 5, 59-64.

  96. Khanum, S. A., M. Ali, S.H.M. Naqvi. (1987). Effect of feeding Kallar grass on the health and reproduction of goats. Pak. Vet. J. 7(1-2), 47-52.

  97. Mahmood, K.  and  K.A. Malik. (1990). Soil-plant relationships and forage production in salt-affected wastelands. In: Proc. INDO-PAK workshop on Salinity and Water Management,  Islamabad, 10-14 February, 1990. pp. 445-457.

  98. Mahmood, K. (1995). Salinity effects on seed germination, growth and chemical composition of Atriplex lentiformis (Torr.) Wats. Acta Sci. 5, 59-66.

  99. Mahmood, K. (1997). Competitive superiority of Kochia indica over Leptochloa fusca (Kallar grass) under varying levels of soil moisture and salinity. Pak. J. Bot. 29, 289-297.

  100. Mahmood, K. (1997). Some observations on seed germination of Kallar grass (Leptochloa fusca). Pak. J. Bot. 29, 355-357.

  101. Mahmood, K. (1998). Effect of salinity, external K+/Na+ ratio and soil moisture on growth and ion content of Sesbania rostrata. Biol. Plant. 41, 297-302.

  102. Mahmood, K. and K.A. Malik. (1986). Studies on salt tolerance of Atriplex undulata. Proc. US-Pakistan Biosaline Research Workshop. Prospects for Biosaline Research. University of  Karachi, Karachi. pp. 149-155.

  103. Mahmood, K. and K.A. Malik. (1987). Salt tolerance studies on Atriplex rhagodiodies F. Mell. Environ. Expt. Bot. 27, 119-125.

  104. Mahmood, K., J. Vanderdeelen and L. Baert. (1995). Phosphorus uptake of Kallar grass [Leptochloa fusca (L.) Kunth] from different soil depths in saline and non-saline soils. Eur. J. Agron. 4, 245-251.

  105. Mahmood, K., J. Vanderdeelen and L. Baert. (1993). Growth and phosphorus uptake of Atriplex amnicola at different levels of NaCl. Biol. Plant.  35, 285-288.

  106. Mahmood, K., K.A. Malik,  M.A.K. Lodhi and K.H. Sheikh. (1996). Seed germination and salinity tolerance in plant species growing on saline wastelands. Biol. Plant. 38, 309-315.

  107. Mahmood, K., K.A. Malik, K.H. Sheikh and M.A.L. Lodhi. (1989). Allelopathy in saline agricultural land. Vegetation successional changes and patch dynamics. J. Chem. Ecol. 15, 565-579.

  108. Mahmood, K., K.A. Malik, M.A.K. Lodhi  and K.H. Sheikh. (1994). Soil-plant relationships in saline wastelands: Vegetation, soils and successional changes during biological amelioration. Environmental Conservation.  21, 236-241.

  109. Mahmood, K., K.A.Malik, K.H.Sheikh, A.Hussain and M.A.K.Lodhi. (1999). Allelopathic potential of weed species invading Kallar grass (Leptochloa fusca) in saline agricultural land. Pak. J. Bot.31,137-149.

  110. Mahmood, K., T.R. Sohail  and E. Rasul. (1993). Salinity effects on growth and chemical composition of Sorghum halepense L. Acta Sci. 3, 33-40.

  111. Mahmood, T., F. Azam and K.A. Malik. (1987). Biochemical changes during composting of kallar grass (Leptochloa fusca L. Kunth). MIRCEN J. Appl. Microbioal. Biotech. 3, 421-428.  [go to top]

  112. Mahmood, T., F. Azam and K.A. Malik. (1991). Large-scale composting of kallar grass (Leptochloa fusca  (L)  Kunth). Pak. J. Bot. 43, 40-47.

  113. Malik, K. A. and G.R. Sandhu. (1973). Some studies on the fungi  of  Kallar grass (Diplachne fusca) Compost. Pak.  J. Bot. 5(1), 57-63.

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