March 2014

  1. Mayson H. Alkhatib and Sahar S. AL-Merabi
    The antiproliferative effect of the lipid lowering agent, simvastatin, has recently grabbed the attention of the pharmaceutical industries. The apoptotic effect of simvastatin, encapsulated in a microemulsion formula composed of Cremophor EL, Transcutol, Captex 355 and water, was assessed in the A549 non-small cell lung cancer cells. The...
  2. Vijaykumar, B. S. and Maharajan, A.
    Present study was conducted for a period of 156 days (February - July, 2010) in three earthen ponds of each 10000m2 area in different salinities. P. monodon seeds were stocked at a density of 15 nos /m2 in all the ponds. The water quality parameters such as temperature, salinity, hydrogen ion concentration (pH), dissolved oxygen and alkalinity...
  3. Majid Hashemi
    This paper aims to compare the motor development of Indian and Iranian boy′s student between the age of 13 and 18 years in speed case. The focus is on the relationship between age and motor behavior which makes the study of motor development unique from other viewpoints. Motor development includes age related changes in both posture and movement,...
  4. Shibu, A. and Dr. Dhanam, S.
    Objective: To promote the Phytochemical screening and Antibacterial evaluation of Wattakaka volubilis (L. f) Stapf. Scope: The medicinal plant used in the present study is regarded as a potentially safe drug and a bioactive natural product. Results: The root, stem and leaf extracts were prepared from the following solvents such as Alcohol, Benzene...
  5. Zineb Elyoussoufi, Norddine Habti, Said Motaouakkil and Rachida Cadi
    P-phenylenediamine (PPD) is a monocyclic arylamine frequently used as a component in permanent hair dyes, inks and certain tattoos. It has been reported that a number of hair dye constituents including monocyclic PPD have genotoxic properties in experimental systems. In this study, the molecular mechanism of PPD, a suspected carcinogen, induced...
  6. AbduL-Hanan Abdulai and Abdul-Rahaman Haadi
    Malaria is not only a threat to pregnant women but to their newborn babies as well. It accounts for 1-3 million deaths yearly worldwide, with most of this burden occurring in children under 5 years of age in Sub-Saharan Africa. Around 90% of these deaths occur in Africa, mostly in young children. Malaria is Africa’s leading causes of under-five...
  7. Philip Aniah, Augustine Yelfaanibe and Abindaw Bernard, A.
    Agriculture is one of the sectors most vulnerable to climate variability impact. The impact is very severe in Africa, where agriculture is predominantly for the daily subsistence, and where adaptive capacity is low. This study considers the Upper East Region of Ghana-Bongo district, as a case study and examines the climatic impacts on the...
  8. Dr. Jerome Nyameh, Mrs. Altine N. James and Luka M. Bambur
    The nature of organizational competitiveness in the 21st century is alarming and scholars and researcher are busy brainstorming on the new approach on how organization will have an edge over the other in capturing the market share, all in attempt to making profit and maintaining the consumer and sustain the market tempo, hence other researchers...
  9. Raviraja Shetty, G., Kusuma, M. V., Venkatesha, J. and Sadashiv Nadukeri
    An experiment was conducted during the year 2011-12 to to study the influence of integrated nutrient management on growth and yield of Davana” at College of Horticulture, Mudigere, Karnatakaka. At 75 days after transplanting significantly taller plants (45.18 cm) were found in plots receiving 75%RDF + Azospirillum 2 kg ha-1 (T5). The maximum...
  10. Raviraja Shetty, G., Kusuma, M. V., Venkatesha, J. and Srinivasa, V.
    An experiment was conducted during the year 2011-12 to study the influence of integrated nutrient management on growth and yield of Davana” at College of Horticulture, Mudigere, Karnatakaka. The dry matter production and days taken for 50 percent inflorescence differend significantly among the treatments. Application of 75%RDF + Azospirillum 2 kg...
  11. Nazir Ahmad Bhat, Aabid Hussain Mir, Lal, E. P. and Manzoor Ahmad Rather
    The Current study was conducted to study the antagonistic effect of Calcium (Ca2+) on Cadmium (Cd) in the soil in which mustard (Brassica juncea L.) var. Pusa Bold was cultivated. The treatment of Ca-Cd was given to the soil after 15 days of seed sowing. The Cd-toxic treatment showed retarded growth, photosynthesis, protein content, yield and oil...
  12. Suaad T. Ameen, Eman Sh. Mahmood, Abdul-Razak Sh. Hasan and Karim S. Al-Ajeeli
    Background: Human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) is a beta-herpesvirus that causes persistent infection in humans and can cause severe disease in fetuses and immune compromised individuals. Although, it was hypothesized that HCMV might be associated with colorectal cancer progression. However, the role of HCMV infection in colorectal cancer remains...
  13. Parresuman and Rajesh. S. Patil
    Genetic Divergence in 86 intrahirsutum lines in early segregating generation genotypes was studied for 15 yield attributes and quality characters. The pattern of grouping of genotypes revealed that the genetic divergence was not fully related to the geographical diversity. The inter cluster distances were found to be greater than intra cluster...
  14. Mustapha Hussaini
    The fight against poverty has been a central plank of development planning in Nigeria since independence. Observers have unanimously agreed that successive government’s interventions have failed to achieve the objectives for which they were established. It is against this background that the paper examines the various government policies targeted...
  15. Dr. Lakshmi Sivaramakrishnan and Moumita Sar
    The gradual transformation from rural areas to urban areas has been associated with complex dynamic forces. This has resulted in the growth and development of urban centres at the expanse of rural areas. It is now widely recognised that there exists an economic, social and environmental interdependence between urban and rural areas. Urban centers...
  16. Sangeetha, K. and Barathi Krishna, L.
    Gesture detection using video and image processing is used for enabling the communication between the deaf, dumb & normal people. All the available systems are not portable and not affordable to poor people. This paper introduces new android application which will detect the Indian sign language via mobile camera and converts into...
  17. Karel Thomas August
    In conflict situations, women are much more disadvantaged compared to men. Women tend to be the most vulnerable victims of various forms of violence. But focusing only on women as victims of conflicts ignores the fact that women play significant roles during and after the conflicts, and reinforces existing traditional gender values and practices...
  18. Amatya, M., Khanal, B. and Yadav, S. R.
    Background: Obesity, usually defined by body mass index (BMI), has become a global public health threat by its epidemic proportions. The prevalence of obesity and overweight in Nepalese medical students has not been reported. Methods: A cross-sectional analytical study was conducted in two private sector medical colleges of Nepal. BMI was...
  19. Shovan Ghosh
    First generation learners are the first one in their entire generation to go to school and to receive education. This exceptional nature makes them “special need children”. Uneducated parents fail to provide any educational, vocational or personal guidance to their children because there is no provision of appropriate educational environment at...
  20. Dr. Sonali Malewar and Prerna Nair
    MSME sector is in tremendous growth in the state of Chhattisgarh, with the sustainable development and progressive policies of Government this sector is able to retain and handle their employees and workers satisfactorily. The paper focuses on the “LEADERSHIP SKILLS” of the entrepreneurs. Four enterprises from the industrial area of the state are...
  21. Douglas Muyeche, Chricencia Murape and Norbert Mungwini
    This paper seeks to establish whether Interfresh Holding’s financials were relevant in signalling there being a probability of delisting prior to management’s decision at an Extra-Ordinary general meeting. The study makes use of the published financials from as far back as 2009 up to those published a year before the decision to delist. Key...
  22. Fazal-ur-Rehman and Sheeba Nuzhat Khan
    The mineral component is the main constituent of bone and is important as it confers much of the hardness and rigidity to bone. Among all mineral, calcium is the major determinant of its mechanical properties. In the present study human fetal tali have been analyzed for calcium concentration, information is lacking in literature. None of the...
  23. Zulu, W. and Karel Thomas August
    This article analyses the food insecurity situation in Africa and Zambia in particular. This article argues that the food insecurity situation that has rocked many countries in Africa is as a result of mismanagement of the farming industry by most governments; and also the church not playing its prophetic role to actively participating in...
  24. Karel Thomas August and Clement Mwanza
    Development takes place in many forms. There is a need for a kind of development that meets the needs and people’s aspirations in life. The question of this research is: what could the role of theology and the church be towards an endogenous development process that is culturally orientated to the Nsenga ethnic group of Zambia? The study is based...
  25. Dr. S. Ganapathy and Dr. P. Amarjothi
    Celebrity advertisement practices are growing tremendously, this field has been developed with the various theories and models. These theories and models provide guidance to the implementation of celebrity advertisement. the use of celebrity advertisement in marketing communication is not a recent data. Celebrities have endorsed products since the...
  26. Iran Jahanbin, Keynoosh Homayouni, Maryam Rasti, Fahimeh Soltani and Sareh Keshavarzi
    Introduction: Congestive heart failure (CHF) is one of the most common diseases among elderly people in which lack of knowledge about self-care can lead to negative consequences. Cardiac rehabilitation is one of the most important methods of therapy. Using Orem’s self-care model can also help the patient perform self-care activities. Objectives:...
  27. Durgadevi, A. and Arulselvi, S.
    In this paper the output voltage regulation in response to the perturbation of input voltage by means of varying insolation condition with reference to the perturb and observe maximum power point tracking algorithm was presented and a battery charging for stand-alone photovoltaic (PV) applications was presented for varying illumination condition....
  28. Anitha, T. and Arulselvi, S.
    Power supply voltages in digital systems have been reduced considerably in recent years and often digital components requiring different voltages are present in the same board. This has increased the demand for multiple output power distribution systems with tight load regulation. In this paper, a detailed analysis and design of a multi-output fly...
  29. Subashini, M., Hiemaja, R. and Malathi, R.
    Solar and wind promises to be a clean supply of renewable energy. The variation in the energy level of these sources due to various environmental factors can put together the entire system into chaos. This necessitates robust DC-DC converters that can manage the nonlinear input as well as load discrepancy while staying in the desired operating...
  30. Prem Sunder, G., Dr. Shanthi, B. and Dr. Alamelu Nachiappan
    This paper comprises of various Carrier overlapping PWM scheme with performance evaluation for Modified Cascaded H-Bridge Multilevel Inverter (M-CHB-MLI). This topology consists of a Half Bridge cells DC voltage sources. Instead of 16-controlled switches used in conventional topology for 9-level output voltage, only twelve controlled switches are...
  31. Vinoth Kumar, N. J., Sathya, M. R. and Mohamed Thameem Ansari, M.
    A design of dual mode fuzzy logic load frequency controller for interconnected two area thermal power systems with superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) unit is proposed in this paper. Nowadays due to increase in size, increased demand and complexity in interconnected power system, load frequency controller has become more significant....
  32. Ganeshkumaran, S., Dr. Singaravelu, S. and Vivekanandan, K.
    Energy Management System Decentralized architecture that uses regional energy management, Information technology (IT). It is computer aided used for control, monitor performance optimization in transmission system. The control and monitoring uses advance application like SCADA PMU etc. This paper deals with a brief review on EMS and its...
  33. Pradeepa, S., Hariharan, R. and Ajay, R.
    In this paper, Photovoltaic (PV) array is connected to a Current Source Inverter (CSI) fed load. The application of solar PV panel output as input to CSI is plating industry. The advantage of the proposed micro-grid is the rumination of DC-DC converter of traditional PV systems. In addition to this, Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) algorithm is...
  34. Balasubramanian, G., Dr. Singaravelu, S. and Manivannan, A.
    This paper presents hybrid power generation systems which consist of following main components: photovoltaic arrays (pv), an electrolyzer system and proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFC). The hybrid scheme inherently adapts to the changes in irradiation or load. An easy and accurate method of modeling photovoltaic arrays is proposed. The...
  35. Nithya, S., Balamurugan, C. R., Natarajan, S. P.
    In this paper various new hybrid PWM strategies for sine-trapezoidal reference with triangular carrier PWM signals are analyzed with the new symmetrical nine level inverter topology. This new multilevel level inverter uses only ten switches rather than conventional multilevel inverter uses sixteen switches for the same nine level output. The...
  36. Uma, D., Mohan Kumar, K. and Vijayarekha, K.
    Inverter is a power electronic circuit that converts DC supply into AC supply of desired frequency and voltage. Based on the voltage levels at the output, inverters are classified as two level voltage source inverter and multilevel inverter. Advantages of multilevel inverters over two level inverters are less harmonic distortion and reduced...
  37. Maalmarugan, J., Baskaran, J., Thamizharasan, S. and Yogambari, V.
    Multilevel inverters (MLI) have been a suitable alternate to three level inverters in medium/high power applications due to reduced voltage distortion, lesser voltage stress, lower electromagnetic interference (EMI) and improved power quality. The MLI have the distinctive advantage of increased voltage level with reduced switching stress while it...
  38. Gayathri, U., Nithiya, M., Shekanas, K. and Ramkumar, S.
    The general function of a multilevel inverter is to synthesize a desired output voltage from several levels of dc voltages as inputs. In order to increase the steps in the output voltage, a new H- bridge topology is recommended which benefits from a series connection of several sub-multilevel inverters. In addition, for producing an output voltage...
  39. Venkatakrishnan, G. R. and Dr. Rengaraj, R.
    With the conventional resources of energy striving hard to meet the demands of the growing population, the renewable resources are landing as the remedy to meet the major part of the energy consumption. The advent of newer technologies has made it a cakewalk for the renewable energy sources to capture the market. In this paper, we emphasize about...
  40. Venkatakrishnan, G. R. and Dr. Rengaraj, R.
    In recent years, the renewable energy markets, industries, and policy frameworks have evolved rapidly. Solar and wind energy generation across the globe has increased substantially during past few years and shares a significant proportion of the total generation in the grid. These renewable generation is concentrated only in a few states in India...
  41. Kavitha, Lavanya, Subatra Devi and Neela
    Renewable energy sources which are considered to be a promising alternative energy source, brings new challenges when connected to the power grid. Due to the environmental conditions the generated power from renewable energy source such as wind mill, keeps on fluctuating. The Fluctuating nature of the wind increases the uncertainty, thus...
  42. Gaurav Singh Bhandari and Dr. M. Kowsalya
    This paper represents dynamic modeling and simulation of variable speed wind turbine (VSWT) with grid and without grid connection using MATLAB/SIMULINK, a widely used power system analysis and dynamic tool. The variable speed wind turbine with single fed induction generator (IG) and power electronic converter, controller is modeled for dynamic...
  43. Radhakrishnan, N. and Ramaswamy, M.
    The paper develops a duty cycle control for the fly back boost converter using fuzzy based MPPT method. The photovoltaic (PV) systems exhibits nonlinear I-V characteristics and the maximum power point varies in accordance with solar radiation or insolation and temperature. The intermediate high frequency switched dc - dc converter increases the...
  44. Ezhilarasi, A. and Ramaswamy, M.
    The paper attempts to design a hybrid control strategy with a view to extract a regulated voltage from a Single Ended Primary Inductance Converter (SEPIC) over a range of operating loads. The converter energized from a solar source operates in the boost mode to suit the realistic needs of the practical utilities. The exercise endeavors to evolve a...
  45. Johnson Uthayakumar. R., Natarajan S. P. and Shanthi, B.
    Multi Carrier Based Pulse Width Modulation (MCBPWM) technique have been used widely for switching of multilevel inverters due to simplicity and reduced computational requirements than the Space Vector Modulation (SVM). New hybrid MCBPWM techniques for the chosen single phase Asymmetrical Multi Level Inverter (AMLI) with Trapezoidal Amalgamated...
  46. Senthilkumar, R., Prabakaran, J. and Karthikeyan, M.
    This paper discusses about the energy conservation potential of the heat pipe using copper nanofluid as a working fluid and the optimizes the working parameters using the response surface methodology (RSM). The parameters considered are heat input, angle of inclination and concentration of the copper nano particles in the copper nanofluid. Box...
  47. Natarajan, R., Dr. Baskaran, B., Irusapparajan, G. and Rasheed Ahmed, K. B.
    A matrix converter is used as an alternative AC–AC power converter that has received wide research concentration as an alternative scheme to fixed AC–DC–AC converter. To convert the energy from an AC source to an AC load without the need of bulky and limited-lifetime energy-storage elements matrix converters are preferred. This paper presents a...
  48. Sakthidasan, A.
    The economic emission dispatch (EED) assumes a lot of significance to meet the clean energy requirements of the society and simultaneously minimizes the cost of generation. The Firefly Algorithm (FA) is a nature-inspired meta-heuristic algorithm for solving multimodal optimization problems. This paper presents an FA based strategy for obtaining...
  49. Athisankari, T., Velmurugan, P. and Dr. Baskaran, B.
    New recommendations and present standards have increased the interest in power factor correction circuits. Solid-state switch-mode converters have reached a matured level for improving power quality in terms of Power Factor Correction (PFC), reduced total harmonic distortion at input ac mains and precisely regulated dc output in buck, boost, buck–...
  50. Bagya, B., Saranya, D., Vigneswari, A. and Thamizharasan, S.
    This paper presents an arbitrary switching hybrid pulse width modulation (ASHPWM) strategy for three level inverters. This hybrid-modulation strategy represents an amalgamation of fundamental-frequency modulation and sinusoidal pulse width modulation (SPWM) strategy and is designed for performance of the well-known carrier based modulation...
  51. Murugan, C. K., Ramesh Kumar, S., Ganapathy, S. and Velusami, S.
    This paper proposes an application of redox flow battery (RFB) for the improvement of Load Frequency Control (LFC) of a two-area interconnected hydro-nuclear power system using Artificial Bee Colony (ABC) optimization algorithm. The Redox Flow Battery, which is not aged due to the frequent charging and discharging, has a quick response and...
  52. Muthukumar, K. Dr. Jayalalitha, S. Dr. Ramasamy, M. and Haricharan Cherukuri, S.
    This study aims to minimize the power loss in radial distribution networks which is realized by injecting reactive power with the aid of shunt capacitors installation at appropriate locations with optimal sizing. A population based meta-heuristic search algorithm namely Harmony search optimization algorithm is utilized for finding out the...
  53. Kalaichelvi, D., Ramesh Kumar, S. and Ganapathy, S.
    In this paper, Gravitational Search Algorithm based optimal pitch controller design is proposed for an isolated wind-diesel hybrid power system. The Gravitational search algorithm (GSA) is one of the newest meta-heuristic searching algorithms, which is motivated by the Newton’s law of gravity and law of motion. The optimal controller...
  54. Asokan, K. and Ashok Kumar, R.
    The electricity market has since 1980’s been gradually evolving from a monopoly market into a liberalized one for encouraging competition and improving efficiency. This introduces the opportunity for market participants (Power suppliers and consumers) to make more profit and benefits in the trading process of electrical energy. Therefore, it...
  55. Amarnath Jayaprakash, Balaji, G., Bala Subramanian, S. and Naveen, N.
    Over the last century numerous changes were brought to the internal combustion engines. Numerous researches are carried out in hopes of improving the engine characteristics. Increasing the efficiency and reducing the exhaust gases have been the dominant in the fields of research. The volume and number of applications of engines have grown steadily...
  56. Şakir Özgür Keşkek, Sinan Kırım, Halil Çapar and Tayyibe Saler
    Objective: There are certain diseases which show strong association with ABO blood groups. No study has been performed for the association between ABO blood groups and metabolic syndrome. The aim of this study was to investigate the association between ABO blood groups and metabolic syndrome. Patients and methods: A total of 300 subjects were...
  57. Monika Saini, Mala N. Reddy and Joshi, P. K.
    Watershed management has increasingly been realized to be an essential component of rural development in many developing countries including India. However, studies related to the socio-economic implication of Watershed Management Programme (WMP) are often ambiguous. The present study assesses the impacts of WMP on livelihoods of the watershed...
  58. Ishrat Jahan
    Like in many developing countries, in Bangladesh, health is regarded as ‘an important index of human development’ (Government of Bangladesh, 2013). To develop a global partnership for development the Government of the country puts enough weight on reducing child mortality, improving maternal health along with combating diseases with a commitment...
  59. Ahmed I. Albarrak
    The E-learning tools facilitate and extend students learning experiences beyond the boundaries of the classroom. These tools and applications include activities to increase the interaction among students themselves and between instructors and students on the other side. Medical education requires more practical sessions, and student involvement in...
  60. Sanjay Bokade and Raut, D. N.
    Reverse logistics has become a major component of extended producer’s responsibility. The dynamic nature of reverse logistics and the uncertainties within it demands more investigations on its variables. This paper elaborates the findings of a survey using factor analysis in investigations of factors influencing return handling of products in the...
  61. Tarık Gandi Cincin, Serdar Yanık, Ahmet Ay, Ozan Turgut, AybalaAğaçAy and Isin Gençay
    Primary hyperparathyroidism (PHPT) results from inappropriate overproduction of parathyroid hormone from one or more adenoma, hyperplasia or less commonly carcinoma. The incidance of PHPT in USA is 1/700 and male/female ratio is 1/3 . PTH is mostly demostrate as adenoma. 80% of the cases present with solitary adenoma. We conducted this study to...
  62. John Aluko Orodho
    The thrust of this paper is to examine free primary education (FPE) and Free Day Secondary Education (FDSE) education policies with a view to critically assess their implications on equity and quality of the education provided through these initiatives in Kenya. It is concerned with three questions? What is the current progress in enrollment and...
  63. Serdar Yanık, Ozan Turgut, AybalaAgac Ay, SelcukMisirligil and Ahmet Ay
    The aim of this tudy is to compare the different endometrial histopathologies among cases from postmen opausal to reproductive ages. From January 2011 through November 2013, 114 postmen opausal women and 100 randomly allocated reproductive age group cases were compared, on the basis of endometrial histopathological findings obtained from the...
  64. Latifa. ANGA, Abdellah. FAOUZI, Laila. BENABBES, Amina. IDRISSI, Mohamed. HASSAR, Rachida. CADI and Jalal. NOURLIL
    Influenza B is often regarded as the milder form of the disease. The aim of this study was to characterize the genetic diversity of the influenza B viruses identified in Casablanca during 2010-2013 among patients with influenza-like illness. Materials and Method Samples were collected from patients with influenza-like illnesses (ILI) and screened...
  65. Lalthlamuana Darlong
    The study attempts to understand the key questions pertaining to tribal youth employment opportunities in agriculture sector of Tripura. Such questions are: What are the key obstacles to tribal youth employment in the state? And what are the opportunities for creation of employment in agriculture? The present study is based on the secondary data....
  66. Shiv Kumar, Gireesh Babu K., Reena Sachan and Nidhi Verma
    The various parameters were studied for the MFC inoculated with nano-wire forming electrogen Bacillus sp. BVB01to check their effect on the bioelectricity generation. It was observed that mineral media M6 produced highest bioelectricity of 1461.18mW/m2 (470.5mV, 0.005mA and 3.1mA/m2) on the 6th day of the MFC operation at highest external...
  67. Rajesh G. Kumar, Mrudula K. Spurthi, Kishore G. Kumar, Saraswati, M., Srilatha, G., Chiranjeevi, P., Mohini T. Aiyengar and Surekha H. Rani
    Myocardial Infarction (MI) is both polygenic and multifactorial disorder and it is known that immunological processes play key role in initial phases of leukocyte recruitment, to eventual rupture of vulnerable atherosclerotic plaque. It is now universally recognized that inflammation within the lesions contributes importantly to the initiation and...
  68. Dr. Kallol Chatterjee and Biswabandhu Nayek
    The purpose of the study was to find out Competitive Behavior and Pre-Competition Anxiety between hill and plain area level university football players. Due to the fact that during competition mental state of players greatly affect their stamina explosion, which finally influence the result of final competition. Competitive Behavior and Anxiety in...
  69. Sheila Leatherman, Somen Saha, Marcia Metcalfe and Dileep Mavalankar
    The inextricable relationship between poverty and ill health is increasingly well-understood; poor health and the inability to access healthcare are key factors both leading to, and resulting from, poverty. Yet, in India and worldwide, rather than combining poverty alleviation and community health interventions in an integrated strategy,...
  70. Campbell, Omolara Ayotunde, Agbiokoro, Timothy Chitua and Elabor, Abdulatif Erumise
    This research finds out if a significant difference exists between macroeconomic performance- (Gross Domestic Product, Inflation, Foreign Direct Investment and Trade Openness) as proxy during fixed and flexible exchange rate regimes in Nigeria. It adopts the Chow model,which is useful in determining whether two estimated functions are...
  71. Dr. Payal Upadhyay and Jayesh Joshi
    There are numerous fashion designers of India which have distended into famous brands not only in the country but in the world which has given more improvement to the Indian fashion industry. Consumers’ attitude is changing with the present scenario, as the hoisting of tailoring costs and comparatively less charges of branded outfits; they are...
  72. Dr. R. Asokan
    The present study is concerned with factors determining women empowerment through micro enterprises. More specifically this study makes an attempt to analyze the enterprises activities in Salam District by covering five blocks. Further, the study has found that micro enterprises activities made enormous change in generation of employment, income,...
  73. Van Der Heyden, S., Vandenberge, V., Wegge, B., Polak, M. P., Dragonetti, L., Chiers, K., Ducatelle, R. and Roels, S.
    P-glycoprotein (P-gp) plays a major role as an efflux pump for endogenous and exogenous substrates at the blood-brain barrier and is localized in the brain at the apical side of capillary endothelial cells. Bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) is marked primarily by the build-up of protease resistant misfolded prion protein (PrPres) in the brain...
  74. Lanzhuang Chen and Liming Guan
    Apomixis is a reproductive mode which bypasses female meiosis and syngamy to produce embryos genetically identical to the maternal parent. Apomixis is usually classified into three modes, apospory, diplospory and adventitious embryogeny. Here, we describe the mechanism of aposporous initial cell appearance in guinea grass (Panicum maximum), which...
  75. Alabi, Festus Oluwole
    The study examined Principals’ Perception of classroom management effectiveness in Ondo State Public Secondary Schools with regards to classroom preparation, instructional preparation and presentation, and behavior management. Seventy two (72) principals were selected through purposive and proportionate random sampling techniques to reflect...
  76. Jagadeesh, G. and Amara Rao, Ch.
    This paper examines the distribution of landholding in general and schedule and schedule tribes in particular in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Data was collected from statistical abstracts, various issues of Report on SC and ST Land Holdings, Directorate of Economics and Statistics (DES), Hyderabad and agriculture census in India and NSSO Report....

CHIEF EDITOR

  

           Prof. Dr. Bilal BİLGİN

Call for Papers - 2017

    submit your paper now

   Vol. 07, Issue 02, February 2017

CURRENT ISSUE

 

Article Tracking

IMPACT FACTOR 2016

          4.753

Get your Certificate

Copyright © 2016 International Journal Development Research. All Rights Reserved.