Recent Researches

Characterization of high-milk-protein powders upon rehydration under various salt concentrations

Rehydration of native micellar casein and nativewhey isolate protein powders was followed in differentionic environments. Solutions of NaCl and CaCl2 in theconcentration range of 0 to 12% (wt%) were used asrehydration media. The rehydration profiles obtainedwere interpreted in terms of wetting, swelling, and dispersionstages by using a turbidity method. Two …

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Agriculture Economics

Keeping in view the importance of agricultural economic section, it was established during mid 80s. Its role was to work in the field of socioeconomic research on crop-livestock areas independently and to help interact with biological scientists of various disciplines of AZRC. Since the establishment of Agricultural Economic Research Unit …

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Range & Forestry Research Program

Balochistan is a vast arid and semiarid region situated in the south-west of Pakistan between latitudes 25 oN and 32 oN. It is the largest and most sparsely populated province of Pakistan, with an area of 34.7 million hectares. About 80% of the area can be classified as inter-mountainous. The …

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Land And Water Resources Research Program

Balochistan, province of Pakistan is by far the largest in size and the smallest in population. Upland Balochistan is located in South-Western (220N to 320N, 660E to 700E) Pakistan. The climate of upland Balochistan is continental semi- arid Mediterranean, with annual precipitation varying from 200 to 350 mm and a …

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Crop Sciences Research Program

Pakistan’s population is increasing at an alarming rate of 1.94% per annum. According to Pakistan Economic Survey 2003-04 there are more than 145.95 million people living in Pakistan. Likewise, livestock population is also on hike. Therefore, both food and feed deficits are inevitable. The country’s present irrigated farmland would not …

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Animal Sciences Research Program

Twenty million heads of sheep and goats in Balochistan constitute more than one-third of small ruminant population of Pakistan. These animals are the major livestock wealth of the Province that covers 34.7 million hectares, almost 44% of country’s land area. More than 80% people of the Province derive their livelihood …

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