September 2013

  1. Rajesh Dhankhar, Sarita Sheoran, Anil Dhaka and Rajbala Soni
    Phosphorus is an essential element for plant growth and development. Because of its sparingly soluble nature it is present in very less proportion in the soil for plant uptake. Major proportions of soil-P remains interlocked in various insoluble forms and not available for plant use. To circumvent the P-deficiency, large amount of chemical P...
  2. Pankaj K. Tyagi, Shruti Tyagi, Sudhir Singh and Harish Sharma
    We synthesized silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) by using the biological material, the extract of Allium sativum (Garlic) and chemically synthesized AgNPs by using silver nitrate. The reduction of pure Ag+ ions was monitored by measuring the UV-Vis spectrum of the reaction medium at 2 hours after diluting a small aliquot of the sample into distilled...
  3. Lakshmi Prasanna, K. and Bhaskaran, M.
    Imprinting is a mitotically stable epigenetic modification that results in functional non equivalency of both parental genomes following fertilization. The phenomenon in which a set of genes is expressed according to their parent of origin. Imprinting occurs primarily in the placenta of mammals and in the endosperm of flowering plants. Imprinting...
  4. G. Flora, M. Mary Josephine, M. Chandra, M. Nanthini, K. Shalini, P. Shantha, A. Siva Ranjani and S. Valli
    Indian medicinal plant Martynia annua, a weed is used in Indian Traditional medicine and in Folklore for many diseases, Martynia annua commonly known as “puli nagam” is a small genus of flowering plants. The leaves are useful in treatment of gargle, treat epilepsy, tuberculosis, sore throat and also given local sedative effect. The results of...
  5. Sridevi, S. and Ramakrishnan, K.
    The present investigation was undertaken to study the effect of inoculation with NPK fertilizer and Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on growth and yield of cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz). The growth attributes like shoot length, total number of leaves, number of roots per plant and root length and yield attributes, like number of tubers, tuber...
  6. Sossoukpe, E., Nunoo, F.K.E. and Adite, A.
    The production of the common commercially Sciaenids species, Pseudotolithus senegalensis off Benin nearshore waters, has been decreasing since 1994, and increasingly more small-sized fishes are regularly harvested, while very little information exist about the species’ population structure and life history. Therefore, population structure,...
  7. Govindarajan, B.
    Seasonal variations in municipal solid waste dumping site aged soil of Tuticorin were studied. Samples were collected at Tharuvaikulam compost yard 12 kms away from Tuticorin. pH, Ec(dSm-1), macronutrients (N,P,K) and micronutrients (Fe, Mn, Zn, Cu) contents were analysed in corporation solid waste dumping site aged soil samples. The present...
  8. Ekezie Dan Dan, Opara Jude and Nwobi Anderson Chukwukailo
    This study examined the Multivariate analysis of Chemical Components of Tobacco Leaves using Canonical Correlation Analysis which seeks to identify and quantify the association between two sets of variables. The paper focused on using Canonical Correlation Analysis to analyze data on chemical components of 25 tobacco leaf samples. The multivariate...
  9. Liny, P., Manish S. Khodwe and Shashikala, M.
    Study of physical properties are necessary to determine the appropriate equipment design for processing transportation, separating, storing and drying systems. In this experimental study, some raw material characteristics were determined for the blackgram to get the idea for proper equipment design . The average length, width and thickness...
  10. Nicholas Zezekwa and Gladys Sunzuma
    No education system can rise above the level of its teachers, hence their crucial role in society. The article looks at the importance of pedagogical courses from the stories as told by pre-service science teachers doing a diploma programme in science education with Bindura University of Science Education. Convenience sampling was used to sample a...
  11. Samiuddin, M. and Mohd Noman Ali
    Our aim is to get electromagnetic force in generalized Riemannian geometry similar to Maxwell electromagnetic force . For this non-symmetric metric is transformed by Levi Civita transformation. Transformed is a pseudo tenser of weight one, but the force obtained is different from Maxwell tensor force . Second transformation was done from to...
  12. Hari Babu, U. and Vijaya Sai, N.
    Copper and its alloys have found wide application in manufacture of bushes, bearings and high conductivity electrical contractors etc. This paper focuses the challenges and opportunities in the improvement of tribological characteristics of copper flyash composite and identifies low cost reinforcement material .Copper flyash mixtures with...

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