February 2017

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  1. Parasuraman, P. and Dr. Manikandan, T.
    The present study was carried out for Antibacterial Activity and GC-MS analysis of Excoecaria agallocha L. leaf extracts of Chloroform and Ethanol. Antibacterial assay was carried out against five bacteria viz. Staphylococcus aureus MTCC3381, Bacillus cereus MTCC430, Escherichia coli MTCC739, Pseudomonas aeruginosa MTCC 424, Klebsiella pneumoniae...
  2. Dr. Varsha S Zanvar and Aruna R Kharwade
    Corruption Diet and nutritional status of 500 female farm labouors (250 urban slum and 250 rural) were assessed by anthropometry, diet and nutrient intake. Diet survey was carried out by using 24 hours recall method. The findings of the study shows that height and weight from both the areas and age group were ranged between 150.38 + 5.26 to 151.85...
  3. Thaware, D. S., Gholve, V. M. and Ghante, P. H.
    Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceri is one of the most destructive pathogen, causing wilt disease in chickpea and thereby inflicting account table quantitative as well as qualitative losses. Under natural epiphytotic conditions (Rabi 2013-2014), all the 50 chickpea entries exhibited different reactions against Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceri....
  4. Sokhibmalik Khomidov and Akmal Nizamov
    The role of industry in general and mainly processing industry in maintaining economic growth is placed under the thorough point of view in this paper. Brief review of concerned literature is performed as well. Trigonometric function has been applied in measuring the structural changes in industrial sector. Practical unit of the paper deals with...
  5. Thaware, D.S., Kohire, O.D. and Gholve, V.M.
    Cultural, morphological and molecular characteristics of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceri, eight isolates indicated a great variability amongst them. However, the isolate FOC-2 (Jalna) exhibited maximum mycelial growth of 90.00 mm. The isolates viz., Jalna (FOC-2) and Beed (FOC-3) produced partially submerged (FOC-2) to submerged (FOC-3) white...
  6. Dr. Hema Keswani, Dr. Yogesh T Lakkasetty, Dr. Hemavathy, S. and Dr. Sarvesh Dave
    The pathology has extended its wings in the past few decades and has contributed greatly in understanding the pathogenesis of genetic disorders and in diagnosis of several undifferentiated malignant neoplasms. Molecular techniques are being used in clinical field. There are various techniques which are introduced in the field of pathology like...
  7. Maingi Benard, Mwangi S. Wokabi and Kibet Ngetich
    This study examined woodcarving and the socio-economic implications of wood carving on household livelihoods in Wamunyu Location, Machakos County. Woodcarving has been practiced in the study area, for over a century, and it has affected the livelihoods of the majority of the people in various ways. Woodcarving plays a vital role in generating...
  8. George P. Gallah, Jr., Joseph C. Oonyu and Adetunde, Isaac
    This paper investigates professionalism in mathematics teacher education and its influence on teacher practice in Liberia with special reference to the KRTTI and ZRTTI. In the study, we used samplesize of 100 teachers and 23 administrators. We employed a combination of both quantitative and qualitative research methods. The quantitative approach...
  9. Matekenya Tendai, D., Campbell Tracey and Verschuur Marco
    The study sought to analyse the effect of load shedding on the dairy cold chain and milk quality in the dairy value chain. Thirty large scale dairy farmers in Mashonaland East were randomly selected for the survey. Farmers were grouped into two clusters according to their method of milk delivery (can and bulk milk collection). Key informants and...
  10. Martin S. Bressler, Kitty Campbell and Brett Elliott
    The importance of small businesses to our nation’s economy cannot be overstated. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), in 2013 there were 28.2 million small businesses employing 55 million persons (Small Business Profiles for the States and Territories). Nationally, small businesses represent 99.7% of all businesses and...
  11. Kailash Rai, Dr. Rahul Lodha and Dr. Avadhesh Dalpati
    An unstable economic climate, changing consumer needs, and emerging technology have challenged the existing manufacturing paradigm of mass production. Companies can no longer continue to do business without considering the impact of the turbulence in the marketplace. The driving force in this new marketplace is the consumer. The driving factor is...
  12. Dr. Medha. J. Gupte,
    The sudden move of the government to demonetize the two biggest denomination notes of Rupees 500 and 1000, from midnight of 8th November 2016, has caused ripples in the economy. The entire issue has become a contentious one with arguments being voiced for and against the decision. Simply speaking demonetization would refer to replacement of old...
  13. Elvira E. Sagun and Emma C. Ventura
    The study aimed to determine the human relations practices of elementary school principals in selected schools in Region III. It focused on the level of performance of school principals and the human relations practices with regards to administrator’s role. The study made use of the descriptive method involving twenty- two (22) school principals...
  14. Mbarouk S. ABDALLA and Dr. Joseph Manase
    Most of the projects initiated to solve community problems are reported to have been less sustainable and therefore fail to achieve community goals. Community involvement in project activities is seen to be one of the factors for project sustainability but it has not been considered in various project management phases. This study aimed at...
  15. Sharma, V. D. and Dolas, P. D.
    Thyroid Fourier Transform and Mellin Transform are mathematically related with each other. The Fourier-Mellin Transform combination is used for scale, rotation and translation properties. So, combination of this integral transforms have fabulous application in all field of Science. Fourier and Mellin’s transformation has been applied in many...
  16. Chike Walter Duru
    Despite subscribing to international laws on the protection of human rights, Nigeria still has poor record of human rights, with abuses and violations recorded almost daily. The Niger Delta region of the country is not spared, as, it has for some years been site for major confrontations between the people and the government, leading to the death...
  17. Commodore Ranjan Roy, Gangadhar Andaluri and William C. Miller
    Airplane exhaust and rocket fuel at high altitudes add small quantities of air pollutants and haze from partly combusted fuel. The high altitude haze is long-lived, regional, and transported by jet streams. The high altitude haze life-time (half-life probability) is greater than at the ground. The data on carbon dioxide emissions from...
  18. Mayson H. Alkhatib, Ashwaq A. Al-Mutairi and Abdulwahab NoorWali
    Combination therapies of chemotherapeutic agents in nanoparticelsare promising strategy in releasing the drugs selectively into the targeted tissues and cells. 5-Flurouracil (5-FU) and Gemcitabine (GEM) are antimetabolites used as anticancer drugs. In this study, the antitumor activity of the combination of GEM and 5- FU encapsulated in a micro...
  19. Adaeze Chidinma Oreh
    This article provides a perspective to the issue of malaria elimination in countries like Nigeria that remain burdened by the infection. As there is an increasing emphasis on global eradication of the disease, several strategies should be highlighted and explored as possible means of strengthening the elimination efforts in high-burden countries...
  20. Abu Hasnat, Shahedin Alom and Kamrul Islam Talukder
    House is one of the essential needs for every human being. People mostly use conventional financing to finance their home. The conventional system is based on interest which is entirely prohibited in Islam, its utilization is not recommended. Islamic home financing such as Bay Bithaman Ajil (BBA) and Musharakah Mutanaqisah (MM) are proposed as an...
  21. Dr. Shweta Sethi and Neeraj Kataria
    Construction industry operates in a very dynamic environment where demand changes from project to project, making the management of this diverse work force more difficult. The industry’s project based structure comprises of diverse range of people from a wide range of occupational cultures and backgrounds, including people in unskilled,...
  22. Dr. Falguni Mitesh Thakkar
    As the industrial revolution expanded so did competition for employees. Employers began to offer benefits to employees and these benefit programs became more convoluted with incentives, matching programs and time based vesting. Payroll accounting is very important for all organization because they have to pay wages/salaries to their workers /...
  23. Nguyen Duc Hanh
    The report aims at providing essential data to assists the client (Dropbox), the company (Dropbox) and consultation team in fulfill their goals for the client, this material breaks down the precise course of action to be done, the cost estimated and risks during each course, the solution to balance different stakeholders and the guideline on...
  24. Dr. Rajesh Shrivastava, Dr. Ramakant Bhardwaj and Vipinkumar Sharma
    In this paper, we utilize the CLRS and JCLRST properties to prove some existence theorems of common fixed point for contractive mappings in fuzzy metric spaces. Our results generalize and extend the result of Saurabh Manror and Calogero vetro [28]. An example and some applications are given to show the usability of the presented results.
  25. Lad, J. S.,
    The study of the filters is essential in colorimetry. The filters are mostly used to get monochromatic radiation of a particular frequency band. The best filter is that which gives minimum transmission for a give concentration and depth of cell. The observations of various experiments regarding the individual transmittance spectra, expected...
  26. Jyothi V Divakara and Debi Sharma
    ith a view to study the dissipation of chlorothalonil in/on spinach, a field experiment was conducted at Indian Institute of Horticultural Research, Bangalore, India. The foliar application of chlorothalonil (Kavach 75% WP) was carried out at 2 concentrations 50g and 100 g a.i. ha-1 in spinach at 45 days after sowing. Samples were drawn at 0 (...
  27. Meshram, S.M. and Mohture, V.M.
    Atmosphere is composed of both biotic and abiotic components. Among biotic components pollen and fungal spores contribute major amount of aerospora. Release of such components in the environment is depends upon seasonal variation. Present study deals with the study of concentration of pollens present in the atmosphere. Pollen represent the...
  28. Kolima Peña, Juan Carlos Rodríguez, Dilier Olivera, Jorge Meléndrez, Liuder Rodríguez, Rodrigo García and Lázaro Rodríguez
    There are references of the use of the growth promoter VIUSID agro in crops such as bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.), tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) and anthuriums (Anthurium andreanum Lind.) in tropical conditions, however, in horticultural crops such as lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.), Swiss chard (Beta vulgaris var. cicla.), beetroot (Beta vulgaris L...
  29. Dr. Muhammad Asdam and Dr. Zulkarnain Umar
    This Article aims to explanation development of language planning go to globalization era is evaluated from history aspect. Language Planning in terpola is conducted since 1959 by E. Haugen in norwegian. Language Planning finally growing in various of countries, specially colonized country is entered Indonesia. Language Planning country is...
  30. Diana Loubaki
    The article aim is to prove that Borjas (2016) estimation of migration rate close to 1 if labor mobility between the North and the South is fully allowed, matches with refugee mobility crisis faced by Western countries actually. An endogenous growth model with probability of migration is used to conduct the study. We find that, migration theories...
  31. ABROAMPA, Winston Kwame and Ahmed Abdulai
    The study examined Pre-service teachers’ belief in their ability to implement the kindergarten Curriculum in Ghana. The descriptive survey design was employed. All 150 pre-service early childhood students in a last session of a post diploma sandwich programme at the University of Education, Winneba were involved in the study. A questionnaire with...
  32. *Flávia Cássia Cabral Rodrigues, Marcelo Palinkas, Myriam Estela Paiva Novaes, Cristiane Aparecida Nogueira Bataglion, Simone Cecilio Hallak Regalo and César Bataglion
    To determine reference patterns of right (RMBF) and left (LMBF) maximum molar bite force of individuals with Down syndrome over the years and to compare them with individuals without Down syndrome. 100 individuals with Down syndrome were divided into age groups: 8-12 years (DSGI, n = 28), 13-20 years (DSGII, n = 30), 21-40 years (DSGIII, n = 29)...
  33. Atharva Kale
    Every F1 team must decide how much fuel their aerocars will start each race with as well as the laps on which they to refuel and change Tires Total race time= Time to reach First stop+Time for first stop +Time to end of race
  34. Norzanah Abd Rahman, Zamali Tarmudi, Munirah Rossdy and Fatihah Anas Muhiddin
    The ability to map the relationship between elements in a system that is characterized by either a cause or effect group is the main advantage of the DEMATEL method. It has been integrated with fuzzy set theories since it can provide more reasonable results in an uncertain environment. However, the computational complexity of the Intuitionistic...
  35. Rowa M. Assayaghi, Aied M. Alabsi, Abdul Manaf Ali and Gumballi Swethadri
    Azoxymethane rat model is a well-established, well-appreciated, and widely used model of experimental colon carcinogenesis. Anti-tumor activity of Newcastle disease virus (NDV) strains AF2240 and V4-UPM was evaluated in-vivo to investigate the effect of different doses of NDV on the development of aberrant crypt foci (ACF) in Sprague–Dawley rats...
  36. Muhammad Iqbal Jakhro, Syed Ishtiaq Shah, Amanullah, Muhammad Yaqub Zehri, Zulfiqar Ali Rahujo, Saeed Ahmed, Sher Ahmed and Muhammad Aftab Jakhro
    A field trial was conducted in a three replicated Randomized Complete Block Design during 2016 at Sindh Agriculture University to examine the production of spinach under varying levels of organic and inorganic fertilizers. The treatments included: T1=Control, T2=50 kg N ha-1, T3=50 kg N + 4 tons FYM ha-1, T4=50 kg N + 6 tons FYM ha-1, T5=75 kg N...
  37. Amoikon Kouakou Ernest, Akpoué N’Zi Ambroise, Kouamé Koffi Gustave, and Kati-Coulibaly Séraphin
    This study was undertaken to assess the effects of protein-energy restriction on nutritional indicators of growing rats. For this purpose, two experiments of 15 days and 30 days were carried out. For each one, 36 Wistar strain rats were divided into 6 groups of 6 rats each. Three groups of rats were fed ad libitum, and three other were subjected...
  38. Juan C. Ojeda-Alarcón, Jesús Osuna-Cabanillas, Castro-A. L., Ángel González-N., Leonardo F. Isasi-S. Julio C. Campos-G. and Oscar R. Gómez A.
    The educational model based on competencies that has been established in Mexico has the great success of students to develop their ideas through final projects in search of knowledge, but the error or limiting found in this model is that these projects are in the classroom, when many of them may prove to be the solution to most problems currently...
  39. Thirumalai, P., Anand P.H., and Senthil Kumar, R.,
    Mangrove forests form one of the primary coastal ecosystems in the tropical and subtropical region of the world. They are biologically diverse and have therefore traditionally been utilized for food resources, firewood, charcoal, timber and other minor products. However, mangrove ecosystems are very sensitive and fragile. In recent years, the...
  40. Shirantha Heenkenda
    This study reports important information on the preference and choice of a micro pension scheme from estate sector employers in Sri Lanka. The contingent valuation method (CV) was used to elicit participants’ willingness to pay for the hypothetical micro pension scheme. For product preferences, a conjoint analysis was conducted to study their...
  41. Piñón-Howlet, Laura Cristina, Gutiérrez-Diez, María del Carmen, Sapién-Aguilar, Alma Lilia and Granillo-Robles, Alejandro
    The objective was to analyze the implementation impact of the Enterprise Resource Planning Boss System in the administrative costs of companies in the city of Chihuahua. The method was consisted on reviewing the 2010 from 50 companies incorporated in Boss System within the City of Chihuahua, Mexico. The information was fully obtained by January...
  42. Saodat Davlatova
    The author is analysing the issue of semantics of forms and decorations used in traditional Uzbek crafts. It is shown that the patterns took place in various handicraft products were not just art forms, but also they were an important source of ethnographic source reflecting religious ideas and beliefs of the people.
  43. Charles Ramendran, S.P.R., Clarence Anthony Puspanathan, Pragash Muthurajan and Ninderpal Singh Balwant Singh
    The In recent years, the challenges of international human resource management (IHRM) are being increased and give major impacts on the performance of multinational company (MNC). It is because the effectiveness of multinational company depends on the ability of the company itself to compete in international or global arena in cross-border...
  44. Santri E. P. Djahimo
    This study has mainly attempted to find out whether or not using songs in teaching EFL class works; looking from the aspects of students’ enthusiasm, interest, participation, and their performance in pronunciation. It also aims to examine the types of songs used in teaching this level of students. Additionally, it will assess if the use of songs...
  45. George Jacob
    This paper tries to prove the need and also understand the perception of members of the self-help groups in the necessity of training and development needed for the effectiveness for attaining the primary goal of Self Help Groups – upliftment. The impact of capacity building programmes on the functioning of self-help groups in the districts of...
  46. Saumya Goyal and Dr. J.C. Ajawani
    The study intends to observe the role of emotional intelligence on employee engagement. It was assumed that IT professionals with high emotional intelligence would have higher employee engagement level as compared to IT professionals with low emotional intelligence. For the purpose an emotional intelligence scale and employee engagement scale were...
  47. Asha, S.K.
    The aim of the present investigation is to study the peristaltic transport through the gap between coaxial tubes, where the inner tube is an endoscope and the outer tube has a sinusoidal wave travelling down to its wall. The necessary theoretical results such as viscosity, pressure gradient and friction force on the inner and outer tubes have been...
  48. Zeynep ÇETİN and Miray ÖZÖZEN DANACI
    Problem Statement: Fairy tales are the first literary works which children get to know in preschool. Fairy tales affect children's language development, improve their vocabulary, increase their grammatical knowledge, teach the correct pronunciation of words and enhance their articulation skills. It is need to be contribute determining to relation...
  49. Zeynep ÇETİN and Miray ÖZÖZEN DANACI
    Problem Statement: A child who will start elementary school need to reach a certain level of readiness primarily for learning and for the child's adaptation to school and school success. It need to be determining because of readiness is affected by many variables. Especially mental and hand-eye coordination skills may be decisive in this period...
  50. Meenakshi Sharma, Shaugfta Aara, Anjali Nadir Bhat, Sushil Sharma and Shahid Hussain
    Objectives: To assess the relationship of body mass index with fasting blood glucose in postmenopausal women. Methods: The study was conducted on 100 postmenopausal women in the age group of 45-55 years. Subjects were divided into 3 subgroups normal, overweight and obese on the basis of BMI. Body weight and height was taken and BMI was calculated...
  51. Dr. Nischal, Dr. Arjun Cukkemane and Dr. Waseem
    Soft tissue sarcomas constitute 1% of all adult malignancies. Of them 35% occurs in lower limbs and 15% occurs in trunks and 10% occurs in upper limbs .Here we present a middle patient with swelling over right forehand since 2 yrs, operated elsewhere 6 months back with recurrence. Wide local excision with a groin flap was done .Patient has been...
  52. Mohammed Senitan, Ali Hassan Alhaiti and George Binh Lenon
    The policies enacted in a country have a significant bearing in shaping service delivery to the people. Power significantly influences the establishment of policies such as health policy. This study will examine how power affects policy making process with close reference to the case study of Saudi Arabia's privatisation policy. In Saudi Arabia,...
  53. Ghongte, P.R., Jadhao, A. R. and Ughade, S. N.
    Background: Ageing is universal, inevitable, irreversible slow process that results in detrimental changes in physiological function of most tissues and organ system. The number of aged is increasing rapidly. It carries important social and economic implications. The problems faced by aged persons are multiple, multi dimensional, not merely...
  54. Nazim Saifi, Nazmeen and Yusuf Jamal
    Thyroid Stimulating Hormone is secreted from the anterior pituitary and controls the synthesis and secretion of thyroid hormones from thyroid gland. Serum TSH level is the good indicator of thyroid functions and, is of great importance as a diagnostic tool in many thyroid disorders. Similarly in Unani medicine Mizaj is the indicator of domination...
  55. Arieli Rodrigues Nóbrega Videres, 1Taciana da Costa Farias Almeida, Gerlane Ângela da Costa Moreira Vieira, 2Patrícia Josefa Fernandes Beserra, Gabriela Lisieux Lima Gomes, Marta Miriam Lopes Costa, Simone Helena dos Santos Oliveira, Maria Miriam Lima da Nóbrega and 6Lenilde Duarte de Sá
    Objective: To reflect about the state of the art in nursing as the use of Transpersonal Caring Theory of Jean Watson. Methods: Bibliometric study developed in the Virtual Health Library and the theses/dissertations database cataloged at the Center for Studies and Research in Nursing of the Brazilian Nursing Association, from 1999 to 2014, using...
  56. Dr. Qasim Hamza Eriby, Dr. Mounis Mahdi Salih and Dr. Ahmed Waleed Ibrahim
    Background: Goiter is defined as an enlargement of the thyroid gland and it had been recognized since 2700B.C. Thyroid cancer is responsible for six deaths per million persons annually. Most patients present with a palpable swelling in the neck. The finding of a clinically solitary non toxic thyroid nodule has usually being a strong indication...
  57. Oana Albai and Romulus Timar
    Background and aims: Recent estimations show us an important increase of the neoplastic disorders, especially in developed countries, cancer being the second cause of mortality after cardiovascular diseases. Diabetes mellitus type 2 is associated with an increased risk of neoplastic diseases (especially colorectal cancer, breast cancer, pancreatic...
  58. Ashish kumar and Dr. Kesari J.P.
    Energy is vital for sustaining life on earth. The scope of this paper is to study the working, sizing, optimization and control of solar-wind hybrid systems. A brief introduction to the optimization software tools namely Homer is also included. A virtual case study for designing a solar-wind hybrid system is considered. The results along with cost...
  59. Tejasweeni Musale and Pansambal, B.H.
    This paper presents a real-time driver drowsiness detection system for driving safety. Based on computer vision techniques , the driver’s face is located from a color video captured in a car. Then, face detection is employed to locate the regions of the driver’s eyes, which are used as the templates for eye tracking in subsequent frames. Finally...
  60. Srilekha, T. and Preethi, P.
    Images of high (or) super resolution will be good to see. And having excellent clarity in all kinds of devices. Nowadays all mobile displays are not providing the users expecting clarity. Snaps taken from the mobile will be blurred (or) not clear sometimes. Reason for these problems are not using clarity lenses, shaking of mobile while taking...
  61. Dr. Kwesi Atta Sakyi and Dr. Kwesi Atta Sakyi
    The explosion of technological knowledge and the spread of the globalisation process in the last two decades have opened many windows of opportunities for technological innovations and disintermediation in the way routine and creative activities are carried out. Thanks to Artificial Intelligence (AI). These developments have implications for...

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