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Volume 48(3): June 2019

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Journal of the Malaysian Society of Applied Biology

Cover : “Pollen grains under Scanning Electron Microscope of Byttneria species”. Photo courtesy of Noraini Talip.


Review Article

Food Security and Sustainability: Malaysia Agenda

Tapsir, S., Engku Elini, E.A., Roslina, A., Noorlidawati, A.H., Mohd Hafizudin, Z., Hairazi, R. and Rosnani, H.

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 69 KB)| pp. 1|

 

Research Articles

Curative potential of Zingiber zerumbet on paracetamol-induced hepatotoxicity

Nursirhan Athirah Sharkawi, Nur Hilwani Ismail, Nurul Husna Md Jani, Dzulsuhaimi Daud, Nooraain Hashim, Azani Salleh and Harita Hashim

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 113 KB)| pp. 11|

 

Pollen morphology and harmomegathic characters of Byttneria Löfl. species (Sterculiaceae S. S: subfam. Byttnerioideae)

Amirul-Aiman, A.J., Noraini, T., Nurul-Aini, C.A.C., Chung, R.C.K., Phupumirat, W., Ruzi, A.R., Bunawan, H., Idris, S. and Suhaniza, R.

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 984 KB)| pp. 19|

 

Chemical composition and potential adulterants in coconut milk sold in Kuala Lumpur

Shafrina Azlin-Hasim, Quee Lee Siang, Fadlina Yusof, Mohamad Khairi Zainol and Hayati Mohd Yusof

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 154 KB)| pp. 27|


Antimicrobial resistance of Escherichia coli isolated of ulam from supermarkets and wet markets in Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia

Anis Athirah Bahri, Wahida Salleh, Mohd Nizam Lani and Wan Zawiah Wan Abdullah

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 150 KB)| pp. 35|


Case-control retrospective study on cardiovascular disease risk and quality of life among Malay adults

Mo Min Erl, Asma’ Ali, Arnie A. Rahim, Anam Aman, Sakinah Harith and Hayati Mohd Yusof

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 117 KB)| pp. 43|


Optimization of enzymatic hydrolysis condition of Angelwing Clam (Pholas orientalis) meat using Alcalase® to obtain maximum degree of hydrolysis

Amiza Mat Amin and Soong Kang Cheng

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 72 KB)| pp. 55|

 

Fish characteristics and distribution of potential fishing zones in the Malacca Strait using hydroacoustic assessment during the Southwest Monsoon season

Domu Simbolon, Bisman Nababan and La Elson

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 875 KB)| pp. 63|

 

Enzyme inhibitory activities of marine sponges against cholinesterase and 5?-reductase

Suciati, Karma Rabgay, Yunda Fachrunniza, Tongchai Saesong, Tri Aryono Hadi, Tutik Sri Wahyuni, Aty Widyawaruyanti and Kornkanok Ingkaninan

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 230 KB)| pp. 77|


Comparison of genetic diversity of leptin gene between wild goat and domestic goat breeds in Iran

Narges Esmaeili Aliabad Vazir, Ali Esmaeilizadeh Koshkooieh, Ahmad Aytolahi Mehrjerdi, Mohammadreza Mohammadabadi, Olena Ivanivna Babenko, Maryna Vitaliivna Bushtruk, Serhii Vasyliovych Tkachenko, Ruslana Volodymyrivna Stavetska and Nataliia Ihorivna Klopenko

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 479 KB)| pp. 85|


Contamination level and prevalence of foodborne pathogen Enterobacteriaceae in broiler and backyard chicken meats sold at traditional markets in Surabaya, Indonesia

Ratna Yulistiani, Danar Praseptiangga, Supyani and Sudibya

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 409 KB)| pp. 95|

 

Anti-viral activity of Phyllanthus niruri against hepatitis C virus

Tutik Sri Wahyuni, Dzul Azmi, Adita Ayu Permanasari, Myrna Adianti, Lydia Tumewu, Tri Widiandani, Chie Aoki Utsubo, Aty Widyawaruyanti, Achmad Fuad and Hak Hotta

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 198 KB)| pp. 105|


Limnoecology and carp fish species peak spawning timing in haor basin of Bangladesh

Md. Foysal Ahmad, Muhammad Anamul Kabir, Zulhisyam Abdul Kari, Md. Tariqul Alam and Lee Seong Wei

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 175 KB)| pp. 113|

 

Molecular systematic position of the Sarawak Malay badger, Mydaus javanensis

Badrul Munir Md-Zain, Nor Rahman Aifat, Muhammad Abu Bakar Abdul-Latiff, Nur Syafika Mohd-Yusof and Ahmad Ampeng

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 360 KB)| pp. 125|

 

Effect of light intensity on the photosynthesis and stomatal density of selected plant species of Gunung Ledang, Johor

Aisha Idris, Alona Cuevas Linatoc and Mohd Fadzelly Bin Abu Bakar

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 193 KB)| pp. 133|

 

Detection threshold and sensory preference for salty taste among Malay, Chinese and Indian students in Health Campus, Universiti Sains Malaysia

Marina, A.M., Nurul Husna, A.R. and Ruhaya, H.

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 262 KB)| pp. 141|

 

Production and toxicity evaluation of Rhamnolipids produced by Pseudomonas strains on L6 and Hepg2 cells

Arularasu Muthaliar Tamothran, Vigneswari Sevakumaran and Kesaven Bhubalan

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 460 KB)| pp. 149|

 

Characterization of linamarin-utilizing bacterial strains associated with detoxification of cyanogens in waste effluents

Ogunyemi Adewale, K., Samuel Titilola, A., Amund Olukayode, O. and Ilori Mathew O.

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 610 KB)| pp. 157|

 

Genetic diversity of the cave roosting dusky fruit bat, Penthetor lucasi from Sarawak

Yuvarajan Manivannan, Mohd Ridwan Abd Rahman, Roberta Chaya Tawie Tingga and Faisal Ali Anwarali Khan

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 291 KB)| pp. 167|

 

Leaf anatomical responses to drought stress condition in hybrid sugarcane leaf (Saccharum officinarum ‘KK3’)

Worasitikulya Taratima, Thapakorn Ritmaha, Nuntawoot Jongrungklang, Sayam Raso and Pitakpong Maneerattanarungroj

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 1,242 KB)| pp. 181|

 

Antifungal activity of dichloromethane and hexane extracts of four Malaysian seaweed species against Ganoderma boninense

Syamimi Diyana Abdul Aziz, Nur Fazirah Jafarah, Suriana Sabri, Mohd. As’wad Abdul Wahab and Zetty Norhana Balia Yusof

| Abstract | Full Text PDF ( 388 KB)| pp. 189|

 

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