July 2014

  1. Kotresha, D. and Vidyasagar, G. M.
    A newly isolated Pseudomonas aeruginosa MTCC 4996 capable of degrading phenol Pseudomonas aeruginosa MTCC 4996 cells were immobilized with six different matrices. All the immobilized matrices showed faster degradation than free cells. Among the matrices, PUF immobilized cells showed maximum degradation followed by alginate and k-carrageenan,...
  2. Ahmer, S. M., Hafiz Iqtidar Ahmad and Dr. Ferasat Ali
    The aim of this study was to assess the total body water in damvi (sanguinei) and safravi (cholerici) mizaj (temperament) individuals through Watson equation, to analyze whether any correlation exists between temperament and total body water and to explore that whether the total body water in damvi and safravimizaj were same or different and to...
  3. Shobha Borhade
    Only two fatty acids are known to be essential for human -alpha-linolenic acid (an omega-3 fatty acid) and linoleic acid (an omega-6 fatty acid). Natural seed is Cucurbita mixta (Pumpkin) contain 42.71 % oil. Cucurbita mixta (pumpkin) seed oil supply calcium, iron, vitamin A, oil (25 -55%, rich in unsaturated oleic and linoleic acids). The...
  4. Nagaraj Gokavi, Ravikumar, M. and Shivakumar, H. J.
    An investigation was carried out to study the effect of spacing and NPK on growth, yield and nutrient uptake by makoi under hill zone-9 of Karnataka at Horticulture Research Station, Thirthahalli, University of Horticultural Sciences, Bagalkot during the year 2013-14. The results revealed that, spacing of 60 x 45 cm and application of NPK...
  5. Arun, R. U., Binoj Chacko., Anitha P., Harikrishnan, S., Prasoon, S. and Vimal Antony
    An experiment was conducted to study the effects of feed particle size on performance of broiler chicken with one hundred and fifty, day-old commercial broiler chicks (Vencobb-400) allotted to three dietary treatments ground using hammer mill screen openings of 3mm (T1), 5mm (T2) and 7mm (T3) with five replications per treatment and 10 birds per...
  6. K. Th. August
    Sustainability is the cry in today’s world by many concerned earth dwellers with a view of developing the earth’s resources in such a manner that it will not be depleted for future generations. Key to these developments is justice and equity regarding the redistribution of all goods and service on planet earth. The question is: What could theology...
  7. Selvaraju, G.
    Peste des Petits Ruminants is an acute and highly contagious viral disease of small ruminants causes great economic loss to the small ruminant industries due to the high mortality and morbidity rates in infected sheep and goats. An epidemiological study was undertaken to assess the measures of causal association between Peste des petits ruminants...
  8. Saravanan, N., Uma, T., Madhu Magesh, K., Ramachandraprabhu, S. and Vinoth, A.
    Estuaries are important sinks of pollutants derived from anthropogenic activities. Fish inhabiting these areas have been proposed as sentinels for pollution monitoring through assessment of sensitive biomarkers. Biomarkers can be defined as a change in biological response, ranging from molecular through behavioural changes, which can be related to...
  9. Artur Zoto, Hasan Hafizi, Renato Osmenaj, Elvis Pavli, Brikena Selimi
    Objective. The aim of this study was the identification of pulmonary manifestations in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus and their assessment in relation to immunological alterations. Methods. This is a cross-sectional study that analyzed 90 patients with systemic lupus erythematosus. Patients were examined by laboratory tests such as:...
  10. Mrs. Pinki Mandal Sahoo and Dr. Lakshmi Sivaramakrishnan
    Climate change, an alteration in the state of the climate can be identified by changes in the mean state and/or the variability of its properties and it persists for an extended period of time. Climate change occurs may be due to natural internal processes or external forces. Specifically, local outcomes of climate change are uncertain in the form...
  11. Wanjala, Simon P. Omondi and Njehia, Bernard, K.
    This study examined institutional constraints and agribusiness capacity of key institutions involved in dairy development in Western Kenya. Using checklists and interview guides, data was collected from Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI), farmer groups, credit institutions, agro dealer feed stockists, Inseminators, County livestock...
  12. Rituraj Darnal and Bandyopadhya, A. K.
    The study was conducted during the year 2013 with a specific objective i.e., to study the selected agro-economic, socio-psychological and communicational variables for identifying the areas requiring necessary interventions for enhancing ginger production within the study area. For the assessment of facts, 100 ginger growers i.e. marginal and...
  13. Amitendu De, Goswami A. and Mazumder D.
    The present study was aimed at finding out the level of different attributes like adoption, knowledge and awareness of respondents involved in project only in relation to livestock production system as an impact of Institute Village Linkage Programme (IVLP) at Barua village of Paschim Medinipore district of West Bengal. The knowledge of deworming...
  14. Agu, A. U., Esom, E. A., Nto, J. N., Anyanwu, G. E., Ezugworie, J. O., Adiri, C. O. and Ozoemena, F. N.
    Background: The use of variety of different assessment methods has been characteristics of medical education. The aims of this study were to determine the students preference for various types of assessments that form the second MB, BS examination in Anatomy and to know if there is any correlation between these methods. Methods: Performance of...
  15. Salma Khan and Shruti Peshoria
    Polyaniline (PANI) possesses good microwave absorption properties, with the maximum absorption rate of 15.8 dB, and greater than 10 dB within the frequency of 11.36-15.46 GHz. On mixing PANI in-situ with hybrid ferrites and doped ferrites, the resulting polyaniline nanocomposites (PANI NCs) behave as promising electromagnetic shield for a wide...
  16. Dr. Anirban Roy
    Uluberia is a small sub-divisional town in Haora district, situated at the west bank of Hooghly River. Nine Bone Mills are located in the southern part of the town. They are engaged in crashing up the dry animal bones and producing ‘bone dusts’ for various industrial usages. Ministry of Environment, Government of India, has categorized this kind...
  17. Fazal-Ur-Rehman
    Talus is the important tarsal bone which participates in the formation of talocrural, subtarsal and talocalcaneonavicular joints. In the subtalar region, anatomical variation is particularly present on the talus as well as on the calcaneus. The prior knowledge of anatomical setup of talus and its various articulations are significant in diagnosis...
  18. Boansi David
    Following recent decline for performance of Ghana in rubber exports, failure of the banana sub-sector to achieve competitiveness in exports in spite of the prospects reflected so far, and a generally weak performance reflected by the coffee sub-sector in its export dimension since 1986, the present study sourced identification of the magnitude and...
  19. Mantyi-Ncube, B. and Langwenya, W.
    Dress codes vary widely, and many cultures have different and strong “modesty codes”. Many people have certain clothing expectations and, or thoughts about what is reasonable or justified for people to wear. When the majority of people share the same expectations in a society, standards form, and standards are guidelines and principles that set...
  20. Meirav Hen, Ofra Walter and Adi Sharabi-Nov
    Many studies point to the significant role played by teachers' emotional abilities in promoting learning processes among pupils in schools. In addition, there is increasing awareness that these emotional abilities contribute to a pupil’s personal and social development. Teachers contribute decisively to the development of these abilities within...
  21. Ahmad Nawaz Gill, Abdul Ghafoor, Anjum Munir and Muhammad Iqbal
    Mechanization in maize crop is increasing in Pakistan day by day due to its good cooking oil and flour quality. The aim of this study was to modify and develop two row maize planter with locally available materials which ultimately decreased its cost. After modification, a field experiment was conducted at Crop Physiology Research Area of the...
  22. Hasanov Elnur Latif
    The main moments of historic-ethnographical importance of development of the main traditional branches of craftsmanship of Ganja in this scientific work for the first time has been systematic investigated on the basis of innovative technologies and facts. Also were researched the basic skill characteristics of different wares of these traditional...
  23. Owate, I. O. and Williams, C.
    The present work examined the application of information and communication technology (ICT) support systems for teaching and learning physics in selected secondary schools in Eleme local government area of Nigeria. It applied descriptive survey method, oral interview and observation techniques to study the level of available ICT infrastructure,...
  24. Vijayalakshmi, J. and Muvandimwe Emmanuel
    Malnutrition has become an urgent global health issue, with under nutrition killing or disabling millions of children each year. Malnutrition also prevents millions more from reaching their full intellectual and productive potential. In children, severe malnutrition accounts for approximately 1 million deaths annually (Trehan, I et al, 2013)....
  25. Madhavi Garikaparthi
    The paper presents an overview of the concept of Nash Equilibrium and its importance in application of games theory. Beginning with the history of Nash Equilibrium, its relevance in understanding and analyzing the outcome of strategic interactions in decision-making is elucidated with examples. Prisoners’ Dilemma, Coordination game, network...

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