June 2014 Volume 2(1)

Contents Vol. 2(1) June 2014

Quddusi B. Kazmi and Razia Sultana – Updated status of Anostraca in Pakistan

Aamna Rizvi and Seemi Aziz – Population dynamics of Peristrophe paniculata (Forssk.) brummitt, a desert annual herb

D. Khan, Zulfiqar Ali Sahito and M. Javed Zaki – Axial dimensions of seeds, within-regma allocation of phytomass and seed packaging cost in a wild castor bean, Ricinus communis L. (Euphorbiaceae)

Nasira Khatoon, Aly Khan, F.M. Bilqees and Muti-ur-Rahman – Histopathology of crow (Corvus splendens Vieillot) intestine infected with acanthocephalan, Centrorhynchus amini Khan et al., 2010

Faiza A. Ansari, Shahid Hussain, Basheer Ahmed, Jameela Akhter and Erum Shoeb – Use of potato peel as cheap carbon source for the bacterial production of biosurfactants

Rakhshinda Khurram Khan, Nasira Khatoon, Rizwana, A.G. and Aly Khan – Studies on the neoplastic growth in fish Johnius dussumieri (Valenciennes, 18883) due to unknown etiology

Samrah Tariq, Hafiza Asma Shafiqe, Viqar Sultana and Syed Ehteshamul-Haque – Management of root rot disease of wheat with endophytic plant growth promoting Pseudomonas associated with healthy wheat roots

Habibullah Rana, Muhammad Farhanullah Khan, M. Faheem Akbar, Zubair Ahmed, Khalid Mahmood, Saleem Eijaz and Wali Khan – Comparative toxicological effects of Azadirachta indica extracts and cypermethrin and their effects on pupation and adult emergence against Musca domestica L.

Mursaleen Usmani, Shahid Iqbal, Hassan Fareed Siddiqui, M. Saqib Khan, Abdul Wahab, Adnan Mujahid and Muhammad Humayun Atta – Analysis of microbial quality of air in Karachi University Campus, Karachi

Tooba Khan, Zainab Sajid, Sehar Afshan Naz and Maryam Shafique – Effect of incubation period on antibacterial activity of crude fermentation broth of a guava plant associated Bacillus sp. MTZ-1 against clinical pathogens

Imtiaz Ahmad and Nasreen Khan – Aspects of sound producing organs in grylline crickets with special reference to Sciobia sp. (Orthoptera: Gryllidae) and their systematic status