November 2016

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  1. Kapil Dev, S.S., Dhaka, A.S Yadav and Lalit
    The success of Indian dairy industry is much dependent on productivity and efficient reproduction performance of Murrah buffaloes. .It is a established fact that first lactation yield is a good indicator of lifetime performance but still there is further need to study the relationship between first, later lactations and lifetime performance traits...
  2. Maria do Rosário Dias and Inês Sanches Santos
    Voice is a carrier of emotions and sentiments. It is, moreover, a distinctive element of one’s personality. Voice is generated in the vocal tract from a sound produced in the larynx. When alterations occur in the normal process of voice emission, that dysfunction is called dysphonia. Dysphonia may be caused by Laryngopharyngeal Reflux (LPR)....
  3. Garg, M.R., Bhanderi, B.M., Goswami Ajay and Shankhpal Sachin
    A study was undertaken to assess the impact of feeding a balanced ration on the SNF content of milk and production performance in crossbred cows in Kozhikode district. Out of 133 animals screened, 73 crossbred cows were identified with low SNF. Milk yield, milk fat, SNF and net daily income of milk producers were recorded before and after feeding...
  4. Haftay Gebremedhin, Berhane Gebregziabher, Tadele Hailu and Gebremedhin Gebreegziabiher
    Background: Worldwide prematurity and its complications are the leading cause of death among newborns accounting for 1million deaths per year. In Ethiopia among the three main direct causes of neonatal death, prematurity and its complications account 37 %. Therefore, this study aimed to assess patterns of preterm neonatal death and associated...
  5. Haftay Gebremedhin, Gebremedhin Gebreegziabiher and Berhe Desalegn
    Background: Substance abuse is the taking of substances or a deliberate use of substances for the purposes other than its intended purpose. It is estimated that 9% of the global population aged 12 or older are classified with dependence on psychoactive substance such as alcohol. Substance abuse among Ethiopia adolescents is considerably rising....
  6. Marit Legesse and Semarya Berhe
    Background: Obstetric fistula although is eliminated in high income countries, it remains prevalent and debilitating condition in many parts of the developing world leaving women with the immediate consequences, such as leakage of urine or feces or both and has been observed since women first began delivering children despite of the fact that it...
  7. Dr. Supratimtripathi, Dr. Ramesh Chandra, Dr. Shailja Singh, Dr. Jyoti Jain and Dr. Poonam Singh
    Beauty is appreciated by stimulating the higher sences of sight and sound and has mystified both scientist and artist since the ancient Egyptians some 5000 years ago. Beauty is all about perspective or point of view. The same thing which is beautiful in one's eyes, could be viewed as an ugly thing in another's. Understanding patient’s perceptions...
  8. Prudence P. Mwini-Nyaledzigbor, Adelaide M. Ansah-Ofei, Gladys Katsekpor, Robert Alhassan Kaba, belinda E. Adzimah-Yeboah, Judith Anaman and Worlali Nyaledzigbor
    The study investigated pregnant women’s perceptions, beliefs and practices on the use of Sulphadoxine Pyrimethamine (SP) for primary prevention of malaria in pregnancy. The objectives included assessing pregnant women’s knowledge and benefits of antenatal care services, attitudes and practices on antenatal clinic attendance and perceptions...
  9. Leonal Rabins, S., Bhattacharya, A. Ajay Kumar, V.J. and Vijayan, C.
    Fish and fishery products are of great importance for human nutrition worldwide and provide clear health benefits. Fish can act as a source of food borne pathogens and may be a potential source of infection. A study was undertaken to find out the incidence and characterization of E.coli in fishes, determine biofilm production and antibiotic...
  10. Shailja Singh, Ramesh Chandra, JyotiJain, Supratim Tripathi, Manjusha Mohan, Sanjay Jaiswal and Poonam Singh
    A thorough knowledge of root canal anatomy is essential for the endodontic therapy. Aberrations in the root canal system, especially in multirooted teeth, can pose a considerable challenge to the endodontist during root canal treatment. The endodontist should be familiar with various root canal con Figurations and their variations for successful...
  11. Destefani, A. C.
    The analytical process control is one of the tools of quality management, it is necessary to obtain results of the analytical run within a standard of reliability and accuracy, and required by existing legislation of the country. To maintain control of the analytical run is used statistical tools, and covered here charts Levey and Jennings and...
  12. Sivaraman, R.
    I had attempted to optimize the time needed to calculate the greatest common divisors in the Euclidean domain .
  13. Arivu Thiravida Selvan, V. and Dharani, D.
    Concrete is one of the most important materials in construction. Concrete is weak in tension, so it affects ductility and also cracking. Based on the continuous research work is carried out around the world, various changes have been made from day to day time to overcome the deficiencies of cement concrete structures. The current research is going...
  14. Dr. Sudheer, N. and Hrushi Kesava Raju, S, Nirupama, P.
    The brain tumor tissue detection allows localizinga mass of abnormal cells in a slice of Magnetic Resonance (MR). The automatization of this process is useful for post processing of the extracted region of interest like the tumor segmentation. In order to detect this abnormal growth of tissue in an image, this paper presents a novel scheme which...
  15. Gangaprasad A Waghmare
    With the aim to evaluate the efficacy of shadbindu taila Nasya and topical Azelastine hydrochloride nasal spray in the management of Allergic Rhinitis, a Single blind randomized clinical study was done. For the clinical study of Allergic Rhinitis 60 subjects was selected and studied. Subject’s fulfilling the criteria of diagnosis was studied...
  16. Samuel and Ni Komang Suryati
    The use of suitable mesh size in the gill net fishery is important as it creates a possibility of protecting the fish, which has not reached the minimum legal or commercial length. For this reason, study on the gill net selectivity of mesh size of Hampala barb catch in Lake Kerinci was carried out from April to October 2013. The length data of...
  17. Derun Hua, Zheng Zhou, Yunfeng Liu, Hongbo Liu, Yongrong Xie, Jian Li, Xinning Lu, Dengliang Lu, Ping Zhong, Botao Liu and Jin Yang
    Pyrolyticbehaviors of biomass (navel orange residue, NOR) and kinetic parameters were investigated bya thermogravimetric (TG) analyzer in N2 atmosphere. The results showed that the thermal degradation temperaturerange of NOR varied with heatingrates; the slower heatingrate, then arrower temperature range. The results indicated that total mass loss...
  18. Chinmay Shrivastava
    In today’s world there is massive reduction in the fuel supply due to excessive use of vehicles. The moment when there is a direct inject of fuel engine shows the highest reducing in the fuel consumption and exhaust emission. Spark plugs offer only limited possibilities for optimising engine efficiency, due to their fixed position within a...
  19. Mayank Sharma, Anil Kr. Tiwari and Dhananjay R. Mishra
    This article reviews single slope solar still and recent studies on the solar still systems for utilized for desalination process. The review includes basic principles of solar distillation and different modifications (optimization) suggested for improvement in distiller yield. General mathematical modeling methodology of solar stills. The...
  20. Elyahyaoui, A., Razzouki, B., El Hajjaji, S. and Bouhlassa, S.
    The adsorption of arsenic (V) on iron (III) hydroxide had investigated in function of sorbent amount, pH, and contact time. The surface complexation method is used to establish the interaction mechanisms. H3O+/OH-stoichiometry is evaluated and varied between -2 and 2, in pH range of 3 to 12. This suggests that As (V) adsorbs in this conditions,...
  21. Nikhil Gehlot
    Improved communication and easy information access are directly related to the social and economic development of a country. Access to telephony and ICTs world, development has become more widespread in developing countries like India. This study aims to identify the information facilities of rural communities in India and understand the...
  22. Dr. Preeti Malik
    The research paper discusses the growing importance of Industrial Mathematics and its useful applications in the organizations. As we all know that modelling and asymptotic analysis appear in classical applied mathematics, but industrial mathematicians need a wide and broad knowledge of mathematical ideas, algorithms and computer. They need an...
  23. Suresh, K.K. and Lakshmipriya, R.
    This paper explains the selection procedure for Skip lot-sampling plan of type SkSP-R which use Multiple Repetitive Group Sampling (MRGS) plan as reference plan through relative slopes at various points on the OC curve, which describes the degree of steepness of the OC curve.
  24. Sudhakar Reddy, K. and Krishna Reddy, C.V.
    Dy3+ doped lithium borate (LB) glasses with compositions (in mol %) (60-x) B2O3+ 20LiF + 10MgF2 + 10ZnO + xDy2O3 (where x = 0.1, 0.5, 1.0, 1.5 and 2 mol%) were prepared by melt quenching technique and have been investigated using structural measurements, optical absorption, luminescence, and decay kinetic techniques as well as Judd–Ofelt (J–O)...
  25. Lakshman Chandra De
    North-East India is comprised of eight states namely Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Sikkim and supports 50% of India’s biodiversity. Meghalaya is endowed with 850 medicinal plants, of which 377 species are used by majority of people for their primary health care needs. In Assam, herbal plants are used...
  26. Masaaki Minami
    This study was conducted to clarify differences in health status according to groups of various Japanese companies and was assessed the prevalence of Lifestyle-related diseases (hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and diabetes mellitus) in Japanese workers who underwent a through health screening were evaluated. The answers from six companies employing...
  27. Ugwu Cosmas Uchenna, Ugwueze Fabian Chibunine and Ene Osmond Chukwuemeka
    Background: With ageing, functional health and physical performances decline, thus restricting an elderly person’s ability from successfully carrying out the normal activities of daily living. Aim: To determine the functional ability on selected activities of daily living among healthy older community-dwelling adults in Southeast Nigeria and to...
  28. Dr. Lourdu Mary
    Autism is known as a 'spectrum disorder,' because the severity of symptoms ranges from a mild learning and social disability to a severe impairment, with multiple problems and highly unusual behavior. Autism is generally referred to the Triad of Impairment. Since there is less socialization and imagination in these children play behaviour is also...
  29. Jocelyn S. Jimenez, Eugenio S. Guhao, Jr. and Geraldine D. Rodriguez
    The purpose of this study was to describe the experiences of academic scholars’ discontentment as regards the grading system in their school and describe their insight to share to their peers and to the academe in general. Phenomenological approach was utilized with 20 academic scholars from General Santos City and Sarangani Province college...
  30. Md. Julfikar Ali and Mohidur Rahaman
    Nutritional status of human population is one of the important indicators of ‘human good’ and ‘social well being’ as well as ‘Human Development’. Deficiency of certain vital nutrients in the human diet is responsible for occurrence of malnutrition in human health. Malnutrition effects the growth and development of physical health, mood behaviour...
  31. Wen Zheng, Weiqing Xue and Xinci Liu
    This paper collects the monthly data of the price index of 36 cities in China from January 2015 to July 2013. Based on VAR model, empirical analysis is made on the collected data .The results show that there really have some relationships between CPI and PPI on Chinese data. First, there exists mutually Granger causality between CPI and PPI....
  32. Jaswinder Kaur, Anupama Gupta, Vivek Aggarwal
    In this paper, the hybridized feature descriptor has been utilized for the CBIR engines. The content based image retrieval (CBIR) systems are being popular among the internet users and they provide them the various ways to find the desired image contents from the online image databases. Content based image retrieval (CBIR) systems offer the query...
  33. Simone S. Amorim, Andrea K. Nunes, Eliane N. dos Santos, Alfrancio F. Dias and Maria Helena S. Cruz
    This text has as its goal analyzing the cultural aspects in a series of four textbooks. These books have been used in Brazil since 2004. It is believed, in this research, that the textbooks have been a source of great importance to the studies and to the research in the recent field of History of School Subjects. It is possible to obtain, through...
  34. Ardeshir, Jahani and Hossein, Akbarzadeh Mohammadabadi
    This article first begins with a short history of chaos or complexity theory and illustrates the function of complexity systems such as city system, economic and financial systems, transport and population systems, ecological systems, etc. Secondly, stable and unstable states in the movements of the system are explained. In the following sections...
  35. Mukhayo Isakova
    The article gives a description and assessment of the situation with the availability of foreign researchers in the archives of Uzbekistan. The analysis of publications of foreign researchers on archival policy divides them into two categories: publications with scientific and practical value for prospective researchers and works layered political...
  36. Jean-Claude N’GUIA and Koko Lucie N’Goran
    This article, we take a look at social phenomena; bands of boys who sow psychosis within the Ivorian population and prostitution of girls. Take life is one of the hallmarks of the work of these gangs of young gangs popularized in public opinion as the "germs». This medical metaphor to refer to the smallness of these living beings, unimaginable to...
  37. Kija Steven Magembe
    The aim of this study was to assess factors influencing mycotoxins contaminations in maize (Zea mays L.) and groundnuts (Arachis hypogeal L.) in Kilosa District, Tanzania. The data for the research was collected by use of questionnaires. There were several post-harvest practices that were positively related with mycotoxin contaminations. Mycotoxin...
  38. Dr. Pradip Kumar Das
    Every problem in industry or company has an important bearing on finance. Every attempt is, therefore, made for making certainty the judicious management of finance. In practice, investment, operations and earnings fluctuate. Consequently, financial structure or pattern also changes. Mode of finance conducing to a company's objective of earnings...
  39. Praveen Chokhandre and Jitendra Gouda
    Background: India, a very first time recorded absolute increase in the urban population which may outpaced the ability of government to provide a basic civic amenities and primary health care to a large section of the urban poor. Objectives: Paper tried to estimate the coverage gap in maternal and child health related indicators in order to...
  40. Dr. Sreekumar, V.N
    In any society, rapid change in social, moral, ethical and religious values demand changes in the life style of individuals. Such changes are inevitable and adolescents are most affected by these changes. Moreover, these changes interfere with physical, psychological and social health of adolescents, resulting in exposure, to high risk behavior...
  41. Dr. Ahmad AlSuliman, Dr. Ihab Moussa, Dr. Shahid AlShawmari, Dr. Waleed AlShaman and Dr. Mohammed AlOmair
    Objective: The aim of this in vetro study is to determine the differences ofsome mechanical properties between Bulk Fill and conventional composite resins. Material and Methods: Two Bulk Fill and one conventional composite materials were used with a total of 60 samples prepared in a 6*4 mm length cylindrical metal mold and divided into three...
  42. Ugwu Cosmas Uchenna, Iwuagwu Emmanuel Tochukwu and Amadi Benedict Ezike
    Background: Cloud computing application is a necessity in service delivery particularly in education sector. Aim: To determine the degree of utilization of cloud computing applications among health educators in tertiary institutions in Southeast Nigeria and to verify the null hypotheses of no significant differences. Methods and Materials: A...
  43. Dr. Panna Mangat, Dr. Sagarika Muni and Ametshwar Singh
    Aim: The purpose of this In Vivo study is to compare the three different retrograde filling materials following endodontic surgery by using CBCT. Materials and Methods: In our study, patients with periapical lesion were selected irrespective of site, age and sex. After incision, flap elevation was done. Osteotomy was performed using no. 4 carbide...
  44. Dr. Jovan Pejkovski
    Decisions The migrations are a current process that is accelerated in the last year’s event, which the most characteristic are those of the direction from South to North of Europe. Despite the complex of economic and political conditions the social influences are expressed that threaten the stability and security of the states. Together with the...
  45. Eze, S.G.N., Eze Jacintha, U. and Uzoigwe, C.U.
    Considering the need for women empowerment in our society these days and the fact that women play different important roles in the advancement of the modern society, this paper goes to study the girls and women empowerment through open and distance learning with particular focus on the strategic roles of the library. The objectives of the study...
  46. Charles Asinor, Ricky Leung
    Managing health records well is essential to improving health service delivery in less developed countries such as Ghana. However, these countries do not necessarily have the right infrastructure to allow the adoption of advanced techniques to manage health records. In this exploratory study, we examine whether Ghana might be ready to adopt...
  47. Zebene Asfaw
    Different parkland agroforestry practices conserve diverse woody species in different agroecologies. Despite variation in the extent most multipurpose agroforestry tree species have a positive influence on soil nutrient accumulation. A study was carried out in Shashemene district of central rift valley of Ethiopia to assess the status of woody...
  48. Ikval Suardi, Hermanto Siregar and Dedi Budiman Hakim
    Microbusiness sector, despite facing dynamics in the national economy, is proved to play a role and give significant contribution in boosting the nation’s development because of its strategic position in labor absorption, economic recovery, and in giving equitable employment opportunities. In consequence, microfinance also has experienced rapid...
  49. Esenkulov, N.J.
    This article is about historical aspects of the crashing of the Soviet Union’s common economic system. Nowadays reality shows how deep was that collapse. This was the reason of badly damages in politics and social-economics of the modern Commonwealth Independent States as the countries, during the Soviet Union period, were focused to the non-...
  50. ABALOT Emile-Jules, WABI Sakariyaou Alabi, Antoine ATTIKPA and ATTIKLEME Kossivi
    This comparative study of sports practices from physical exercises and traditional games actually makes a contribution to current thinking giving understanding and perspective reflections tools that structured sports social courses in Francophone Black Africa, particularly those of women through different cultural areas. Meeting in this regard,...
  51. Duong Thi Phuong Chi, M. A.
    Purpose: This paper aims to provide an overview of public library system in Vietnam. Responsibilities, operations of public libraries and sources of funding for them are given, especially the National Library of Vietnam. Methodology/approach: An in-depth reading of the relevant documents and observation are applying to understand, describe and...
  52. Subaran Singh and Supriya Ambawat
    Senescence is the final stage of the plant development which leads to cell death. This process consists of a highly regulated, ordered series of events involving loss of photosynthetic capability, breakdown of proteins, loss of chlorophyll, disintegration of chloroplasts and export of all solubilised nutrients. The regulation and control of gene...
  53. Mary Pramila Shanthi, V.
    Women play a vital role in today’s society. They have a dynamic social life. They actively participate in a range of social and cultural functions. A woman today no longer clutch to the man in nearly all occupations. She plays the games such as football, cricket, and hockey. She even draws the attention of the world as a successful athlete. The...
  54. Onyije, I.R. and Akujuru, V.A.
    Governments are generally responsible for providing Public facilities and infrastructures and use of eminent domain to dispossess individuals, families and communities of their rights/ interests in land/landed Properties and pay compensation to the dispossessed owners. The determination of compensable value for interest in land/landed properties...
  55. Sibel DAY and Özer KOLSARICI
    The aim of the research was to determine the effects of different intra-row spacing (20, 30 and 40 cm) and nitrogen levels (0, 40, 80 and 120 kg ha-1) on yield and yield components of confectionery sunflower genotype (Alaca). The experiment was laid on “Randomized Complete Block Design” as split plots with three replications. The highest seed...
  56. Mahantesh Biradar, Hemla Naik, B., Ganapathi, M. and Nandeesh, M. S.
    A field experiment was conducted to know the response of Chrysanthemum (Dendranthema grandiflora Tzvelev) to balanced nutrition with bio-inoculants at the, College of Horticulture, Mudigere during 2015-16. Plants treated with (T22) Bacillus megaterium + Bacillus mucilaginosus+ MgSO4 +Micronutrient mixture recorded significantly maximum flowers per...
  57. Oumar SALL, Moussa FALL and Chérif Mamina COLY
    We determine explicitly algebraic points of a given degree over Q on the curve of affine equationy^2=x^5+1. This note completes previous work of E.F. Schaefer [Sch] who gave a description of points of degree at most two over Q on the even curve.
  58. Legesse Shiferaw, Girmay Tsegay and Gelila Asamenew
    Quality protein maize (QPM) has approximately twice tryptophan (Trp) and lysine (Lys) concentrations in protein compared to normal maize. Because several genetic systems control the protein quality of QPM, it is essential to regularly monitor Trp and/or Lys in QPM breeding programs. The objective of the study was to evaluate the capability of NIRS...
  59. Amasiab, E. O., Fadal Elseed, A. M. A. and Abusuwar, A. O.
    Nutritive value and fermentation characteristics of Chloris gayana as sole crop, Clitoria ternatea as sole crop and a mixture of both Chloris gayana and Clitoria ternatea with the effect of stage of growth and phosphorous fertilization was determined using two different techniques: (i) the in vitro gas production and (ii) the in situ nylon bag...
  60. Vidya Pradeep and Arulpandi, I.
    In the present study, the yeast Pichia fermentans was isolated from fruit waste and identified and utilized for the biosynthesis of silver (Ag NPs) and Zinc oxide (ZnO NPs) nanoparticles. The synthesized nanoparticles were characterized by X-Ray Diffraction, Transmission Electron Microscopy, Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy and Fourier Transform...
  61. Bharathidasan, M., Ravi Sundar George, Mohamed Shafiuzama, Kannan, T.A. and Ramesh, S
    The study was designed access the neonatal survival rate in puppies delivered through Cesarean Section (CS) under diazepam- propofol-isoflurane anesthesia. A total of 15 newborn puppies delivered through 8 CS were grouped into two groups. Puppies delivered through CS within four-and-half hour after the onset of second stage of labour (7 puppies)...
  62. Dr. Mohammad Pervez Wasim
    This study was undertaken with a view to analyze trend, growth rate scenario and instability of mango fruit in two different periods of Punjab and Sindh provinces of Pakistan. Period I (1970 71 to 1991 92) and Period II (1992 93 to 2013 14). The study reveals that in period I of Sindh, the increase in production growth was due to increase in its...
  63. Nguyen Xuan Huy, Nguyen Duy Ket and Le Xuan Que
    The chromium plating solution was prepared from Cr (III) salt mixed with a suitable chelating organic agents. The ratio of chelating agent concentration with Cr (III) concentration was selected object of this study before to apply in practice. Amino-acetic acid chelating compound was agent capable to form the complex with the Cr (III) ions but...
  64. Umesh Kumar Rathod and Bharat Modi
    In this research paper, a new technology of energy method based on stray electric field of an electric power line of India at 230 V is presented. This energy can be used for low power wireless sensor and in future it can be used in charging smart phone etc. In our research we found that energy can be harvested and stored in the storage capacitor...
  65. Dr. Umar Muhammad DOGON-DAJI
    This article titled a Thematic analysis and significance of the Cyprian Ekwensi’s novel “The Burning Grass” focuses on the Fulani nomadic life. It highlights their real life scenario, showing their struggles, rivalries, conflicts, challenges, culture, religion, and their occupation. It also highlights the factors that affects or supports their day...
  66. Maliha Batool and Prakash Antahal
    Fuel is a substance which when burns provide heat or power or the substance act as a store of energy for which it may be made to react in a way with the releases of energy in the form of heat, a substance that release energy to be used for work, while making it to react with other substance. This energy released from the fuel is the most important...
  67. Raymond Bernard AHOUANDJINOU
    For the creation of the common market, the basic principles on the free movement of people and goods have been affirmed by the Treaty of WAEMU. Similarly, several standards (Additional Protocol, Additional Act, Regulations, Directive and Decision) were taken to the effectiveness of these principles. However, these principles and standards are...
  68. Silvana Pasovska, D. and Stevco Dimeski, D.
    Family business is quite common form of doing business in Macedonia and the Balkans. There are two ways of operating: by starting family business or by inheritance. In both cases there is equal amount of advantages and disadvantages which have a beneficial or detrimental effect on business. On the side of advantages are: being your own boss,...
  69. Kingsley Bernard, D.T. and LOW Lock Teng, Kevin
    There is a clear opportunity for researching the entrepreneurial success of women utilizing microfinance services and to evaluate the degree of influence exerted by each of these services on the entrepreneurial success of Sri Lankan women entrepreneurs who are mostly poor (Bernard, 2015). Further, it is observed that there is a strong belief among...
  70. Sumeeza Majied, Sadiqa Shafiq and Dr. Naheed Ruhi
    Quality of work life is a very broad concept with many different perceptions about it and therefore, difficult to define. There are authors who are of the opinion that it is something that is defined by the people of the organization. Quality of work life involves job security, good working conditions, adequate and fair compensation and equal...
  71. Nidhi Kumari, Dr. B. M. Singh and Dr. Manoj Mishra
    The new consumer market is mostly based on information management and digital revolution. Today’s consumer market is made up of older and newer elements and is basically a hybrid. Today the need of the consumer market is to think fresh that how to identify and satisfy their potential customers of online consumer market. Marketers must have to...
  72. Vincent Chukwukadibia Onwughalu
    The study interrogated local government councils as drivers of rural development in Nigeria. The broad objective was to contrive sustainable alternative to the mainstream approach of relying on statutory allocations to drive rural development. Data for the study were gathered through content analysis of secondary sources; it was descriptive and...
  73. Dr. Saira Gori
    Electronic commerce or e-commerce promises to be an exciting and innovative change to the way that trade is currently conducted. The methods of doing business are changing rapidly and the amount of business conducted on the internet is growing and will continue to flourish. E-commerce represents both an opportunity and a threat to international...
  74. Hendy Rukmantara, Noer Azam Achsani and Tanti Novianti
    Revolving Fund Management Institution For Cooperatives, Micro, Small, And Medium Enterprises (LPDB-KUMKM/Lembaga Pengelola Dana Bergulir Koperasi Usaha Mikro, Kecil, dan Menengah) is a Microfinance institution in Indonesia supported by Ministry of Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises Republic of Indonesia. This study aims to provide ajn...
  75. Khushwinder Kaur and Kanwaljit Brar
    Survey method was conducted to study the fashion information sources used by college-going boys in the age group of 20-25 years, consisting of 75 each urban and rural background and selected randomly from five colleges of Ludhiana city. The statistical analysis of data revealed that maximum number of respondents were in the age group of 22-24...
  76. Lutfiah Ismail Al Turk and Eftekhar Gabel Alsolami
    In (1973) Littlewood and Verrall proposed a model which perhaps the best-known Bayesian software reliability model. For this model, the distribution of failure times was assumed to be exponential, with the failure rate distributed as a gamma distribution in the prior.In this paper, under the assumption of Weibull failure time distribution and φ is...
  77. Firthous Fatima, S. and Jayalakshmi, S.
    In this paper we introduce the notion of Left Regular- bi-near subtraction semigroup. Also we give characterizations of Left Regular- bi-near subtraction semigroup.
  78. Smriti Dixit
    Assessing the Relationship between Demographic Variable and Role Stress on Women Entrepreneurs: An Analytical study in Jaipur" The entrepreneur in the modern sense is the self starter and doer of a business who has well thought out and built his own enterprise or enterprises. In common parlance almost anyone who starts an enterprise, an industry...
  79. Abubakari Awudu, Quansah, C., Tuffour, H. O., Bonsu M., Melenya C., Oppong, E. and Fariya, A.
    Decisions on containment of potential Cu toxicity require an understanding of its behaviour in the soil. Two experiments arranged in a Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD), with four replications, were carried out separately, to assess the distribution of Cu. The treatments were 0.00, 12.33, 18.50 and 24.70 g/m2. Two different soils, Gleyic...
  80. Belonwu, N. E., Erie, G. O. and Nwabeze, G. O
    The study was designed to test the effectiveness of the linkages between the main actors in the extension delivery system in Delta State. The study sampled 120 farmers. Two cells were selected from five extension blocks making a total of 10 cells and six each from contact and non contact farmers were randomly selected from each of the ten cells....
  81. Assefa Ashenafi, Yisehak Kechero and Taye Tolemariyam
    The productivity of livestock in Ethiopia is low due to scarcity and fluctuating quantity and quality of feed resources. Identify and use of new potential feed resources such as indigenous fodder trees and shrubs (IFTS) could bridge the gap. The present study was aimed to identify and evaluate agro-ecological and seasonal variations of nutrients...
  82. Seifudin Mehadi, Mohammed Bariso, Yonas Worku and Getachew Aseffa
    Participatory evaluation of seven desert banana varieties were carried out in Dello Menna district of Bale zone, South Eastern Ethiopia. The purpose of the study was to test the adaptability of different banana varieties in the study area. The study was undertaken in four sites, with treatments arranged in randomized complete block design with...
  83. Dr. Ravikumar and 2Dr. Pundareekaksha Rao, P.
    Hearing loss and deafness can develop during infancy or childhood or adolescence or during old age. Congenital hearing loss is relatively frequent and has serious negative consequences if it is not diagnosed and treated. Worldwide 360 million people living with disabling hearing loss. In this 32 million of these are children (<15 years of age...
  84. Shamsher Singh and Amarjeet Kaur
    Jamun (Syzygium cumini Skeels.) is an under exploited indigenous fruit tree of India.The variations act as an important source and are a prerequisite for a tree breeder in breeding methods to improve a species. To collect the variability with the aim of selecting some superior types/strains a survey was carried out in Amritsar, Gurdaspur and...
  85. Shruti Marwaha and Geetika Seth
    The focus of attention has become a capricious area of research in educational science. It has become a standing concern in the field of academics, sports and life skills. To cater to the need of the day, the in-hand study was taken up to re-emphasize and re-establish the validity of the numerical value of focus factor as assessed by Cognitive...
  86. Bendaoud Saâd
    An original polarimetric experimental setup is used to pump and probe photosensitive films. Photo-induced behavior of Azobenzene Disperse one (AZD1) doped Poly(Methyl MethAcrylate) (PMMA) using both linear and circular polarized light is studied. The anisotropy is not erased by the circular polarization light. The circular polarization light...
  87. Shilpi Yadav and Dr. M. K. Yadav
    Agriculture sector contributes significantly to the national economy and S&T has played a significant role in increasing agricultural productivity over the years. An extensive agricultural research system with a widespread extension machinery and government policy has enabled the agriculture sector to respond to the increasing demand for...
  88. Serap SOYERGIN
    An orchard survey was conducted to assess the nutrient status of nectarines in Lapseki district in Turkey. For this study, leaf and soil samples were collected from 28 nectarine orchards and necessary information was obtained about yield and fertilization. Soil samples were taken once a year at two depths of 0-20 and 20-40 cm. In view of the...
  89. Amir Bayati, Nader Nabhani, Fereshteh Jaderi and Bahram Ghasemi
    In muster actions decisions must be taken very quick. So human error will take an important role. Hence it is very important to predict human error probability and the associated risk. Human Error Probability Index is a methodology for analyzing human error in emergency muster actions. The objective of this study was to analyze the risk of human...
  90. Dr. Sree Krishna, T. and Rama Krisha Gogulamud, V.S.
    Co-operative sector has played a significant role in the development of rural economy of our Country. The Royal Commission on Agriculture (1927) has also pointed out that if cooperative fail there will be a failure of the last hope of rural India. The operation of this sector during the last hundred years has proved that it can fulfill the dreams...
  91. Galila Zaher and Soheir Adam
    Objective: To assess the appropriateness of venous thromboembolism prophylaxis in hospitalized medical patients, and to measure incidence of venous thromboembolism in a follow up period of eighteen month post discharge. Design: Retrospective study. Setting: The medical department of a teaching hospital in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Participants: 97...
  92. Yolanda Araceli Álvarez González and Juan Manuel Sánchez Soto
    The present study was carried out with the aim of determining the perception that the patient has cancer in a terminal state with regard to the quality of nursing care in a hospital of high specialty in Mexico. It is a cross-sectional descriptive study in which it applied the Questionnaire on the Quality of Nursing Care (CUCACE) which is composed...
  93. Natani Ribeiro Demarco, Maruhen Amir Datsch Silveira, Thayná Assakawa dos Santos, and Luciana Paula Grégio d’Arce
    Caraluma fimbriata and Cassia nomame are native plants in India and Japan, respectively, and are very used in extract form to prevent obesity: loss of appetite and satiety, and also forcing fat reserves to be burned. The Allium cepa test has great correlation with mammalian test, being very efficient to analyze mutagenic and anti-mutagenic effects...
  94. Ugwu Cosmas Uchenna, Nji Godfrey Chinweike, Aniodo Donatus A., 3Ugwueze Fabian Chibunine, 3Ofuebe Justine Ifeoma, Onwuadi Charles Chibuike, and Ofili Perpetua Chinyere
    Background: An organized physical exercise program is a physiotherapeutic tool in promoting functional efficacy in old age. Aim: To determine the quality of knowledge possessed by older adults on organized physical exercise programme as a physiotherapeutic tool in promoting functional efficacy in old age and to verify the null hypotheses of no...
  95. WIDYAWATI, Yanwirasti, Djong Hon Djong, Hendra Dian Adhita, Dikdik Kurnia and Mieke H. Satari
    Caries dentalis one of the most common human disease. One of the bacteria considered thata very important role in the mechanism of plaque formation and increased colonization of bacteria that cause caries is Streptococcus mutans. S. mutans is considered as bacteria that causes caries dentaldue to their ability to form biofilm on the tooth surface...
  96. Soroush Niknamian,
    Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States. Researchers estimate that 595,690 Americans will die from cancer in 2017. That means approximately 1,600 deaths per day on average.39 Cancer is most commonly treated with a combination of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. Many different diet strategies have been studied, but none...
  97. Jong Hae Kim
    The maintenance of optimal cardiac output is mandatory to reduce the incidence of postoperative complications and length of hospital stay. Despite the advantages of cardiac output monitoring, most of the modalities to measure cardiac output had been invasive thereby preventing their liberal use. However, nowadays, cardiac output can be measured...
  98. Lakshmi Kanta Kanthal, Santosh, C.H., 1Kausik Bhar, Pagidigummula Ravali, Subhas Sahoo and Nirjogi Anusha
    The aim of the present study was to evaluate the phytochemical investigation of bio-active compounds by using GC-MS and anthelmintic activity of whole plant of chloroform extract of Lantana camara L. GC-MS analysis of chloroform extract of Lantana camara L. was performed on a GC–MS equipment (Thermo Scientific Co. Thermo GC-TRACE ultra ver.: 5.0,...
  99. Iyyappan, V., Ramesh Kumar, T. and Nagarajan, D.
    Insect make up the largest and most diverse group of organisms on earth, contributing to as much as 80 – 90 % of the world’s biodiversity. Approximately 950,000 species of insects have been described, some estimate there are 4,000 000 species in total. Over 70 % of drugs on the market are derived from natural compounds, however, insect are one...
  100. Jonas C. Carvalho, Daniela Buske and Régis S. de Quadros
    A semi-analytical solution for the three-dimensional Langevin equation is presented and used to study the contaminant dispersion in the Stable Boundary-Layer (SBL). The method leads to a stochastic integral equation whose solution is based on the iterative solution of Langevin equation by the Picard’s Iterative Method. The novelty in this work...
  101. Hallis Nisar, A. and Kanimozhi, S.
    Nanoparticles are the perfect materials for wastewater treatment and efficient in removal of pathogens, dye decolourization and organic compound removal and the biological synthesis of nanoparticles is an ecofriendly process. Hence the present study trends in about the biosynthesis of Titanium dioxide nanoparticles and evaluation of its ability in...
  102. Baskar, S., Subramanian, N. and Muthu, M.
    To understand the effect of sublethal concentration of untreated sugarcane mill effluent water on vital organs of fresh water fish Tilapia mossambica was selected. The biochemical studies on Brain, Muscle and Liver have been carried out. The histological studies on Brain, Gill, Liver, kidney, Testis and ovaries have also been carried out along...
  103. Gomathi, M., Subramanian, N. and Muthu, M.
    A total of 50 gastrointestinal tract of domestic pigs were collected in and around Cheyyar taluk, Thiruvannamalai District. The work carried was out for six months from February 2016 to July 2016.Parasitological examination of intestinal tract revealed the presence of helminth parasites and protozoans. Out 50 domestic pigs, 48 (96%) pigs were...

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