August 2014

  1. Aditya Raju and Dr. K. V. Raju
    Background: Western Ghats is a mountain range and a UNESCO world heritage site. The Western Ghats is one of the world’s eight hottest biodiversity hotspots. The area is ecologically sensitive to development and was declared an ecological hotspot in 1988. The Government of India has taken several initiatives to protect and save the ecology of the...
  2. Hemanth Sureshwara Ghalige, Karthik, K., Sanjeev Somashekhar Rathod, Raju Rangaswamy, Anderson Kharnoir, Dorendro Thingujam, Chinglensana, L. and ThGojendra Singh
    Background: Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is considered a public health problem and is a major cause of death and disability among young adults. There is lack of regular epidemiological monitoring of TBI in India. Hence we have made an effort to present epidemiology and outcome of TBI from Manipur. Materials and methods: Patients with acute brain...
  3. Dr. Nishat Ahmed Sheikh, Dr. Abhay Subhashrao Nirgude, Dr. T. Venkata Ramanaiah and Dr. Poonam Ramesh Naik,
    Feedback from students is universally accepted to be a useful method in improving the quality of Medical education. The main objective of this study was to determine the Medical student’s perceptions regarding the teaching evaluation process of Medical teachers at private medical college Institute of Medical Sciences Narketpally. Methods: In this...
  4. Osnat Akirav
    For legislators, the digital age creates two major changes. On one hand, they can now connect directly with their voters without mediators such as TV or newspapers, but on the other hand, their actions become increasingly transparent. Are legislators adjusting to the new era? What does the public think? Most importantly, does the transparency that...
  5. Amin A. Al-Sulami, Asaad M.R. Al-Taee and Anita A. Yehyazarian
    Two hundred and twenty two water samples were collected from August 2008 to April 2009, which including 49 samples from 13 water purification plants in Basrah governorate (13 samples prior entering to the plants, 13 from precipitation, 10 from filtration tanks and 13 samples from the water coming out of these plants). Furthermore 127 samples of...
  6. Amit Kumar
    It is well known that Bihar is one of the demographic backward state having relatively high rates of poverty and malnutrition, and this has been suggested as the reason for the high fertility and infant mortality observed across the district. However, the study attempt to examine spatial-temporal change in infant mortality and its determinants in...
  7. Ibrahim Khaskheli, M., Mumtaz A. Pathan, Mithal Jiskani, M., Azeem Khaskheli, M., Jurio Khaskheli, A. and Fakhar I. Khaskheli
    Mango Malformation Diseases (MMD) is one of the serious threats, causing tremendous economic losses every year to mango growers/contractors. In the current study, six fungi were isolated from primary and secondary tissues of malformed parts of the inflorescence. The fungi identified as Fusarium nivale, F. oxysporum, F. moniliforme, F. semitectum,...
  8. Ibrahim Khaskheli, M., Ling Sun, J., Pu He, S., Qin Zhu, H. and Ming Du, X.
    Verticillium dahliae Kleb., the cause of Verticillium wilt is a major threat, which is known as “cancer” in cotton. However, currently available conventional fungicides are less effective due to its long persistency as mycelia and microsclerotia. The objective of the present study was to find out the optimum and most effective treatment for the...
  9. Singh, B. R., Sweta Singh, Papu Singh and Mishra, D. K.
    Hydrological data of Kothuwatari sub-watershed comprising an area of 2793 hectares of the Tilaiya dam catchment of Upper Damodor valley, located in Hazaribagh district of Jharkhand State (India) were analyzed to study the geomorphological response for estimation of direct runoff by using Geomorphological Instantaneous Unit Hydrogroph (GIUH)...
  10. Subodh Kumar, Agrawal, G. S. and Sudhir Kumar Sharma
    The Mobile Ad-hoc Network (MANETs) is a dynamic network in which collection of mobile nodes forming a temporary network without any infrastructure, centralized access point, or central administration. It allows wireless nodes to communicate with each other in the absence of any centralized support. In this kind of scenario any node can move from...
  11. Jhansilakshmi and Reddi, E. U. B.
    Chandrakundam pond is one of the significant holistic faith ponds in Bhimavaram Town, Andhra Pradesh, India. In the present study aim is to assess the quality of Chandrakundam pond water for determining whether its suitability for drinking purposes otherwise sea water intrusion. For present study the Chandrakundam pond water samples were collected...
  12. Deivam, S., Seethalakshmi, R. S., Balasubramanian, N., Rajalakshmi, R., Priyadharshini, S., Lakshmi Priya, P. and Prabhu, N.
    Bubo caused by several venereal and non venereal diseases. An enlarged inflamed lymph gland or node usually in the groin, may be suppurative or non suppurative. The non venereal causes are infective, pyogenic, glandular fever, malignancies or secondary to balanoposthitis, urethiritis etc. Thus a case due to secondary infection of scabies in...
  13. Saraswathi, R., Velayutharaj, A., Shailesh Kumar and Umadevi, S.
    The prevalence of post operative wound infections and its antimicrobial resistance pattern may vary from region to region and was included in this study. A battery of 108 post operative wound cases were included thereby various potential bacterial pathogens isolated from 94 patients and 134 isolates were possibly recovered. Among them...
  14. Mrudul V. Supekar, Nithyamol, P. M., Anjumol Babu and Dr. Jaya T. Varkey
    Dyes are coloured substances which can adhere to the surface of material and are used to give colour to paper, food stuffs and various textiles such as cotton, wool, synthetic fibre, silk etc. Dyeing of textiles has been practiced for thousands of years. The present work focuses on dyeing of cotton and wool by dyes like malachite green and...
  15. Sartaj Ahmad, Hafiz Iqtidar Ahmad, Farrukh Anwar Khan, Ferasat Ali and Akbar Hussain
    I chose this topic for the study about Izterab-e-Nafsani (anxiety) to make people aware about it as people usually think that it is an abnormal condition of the body. In fact, anxiety is a feeling that is necessary in order for human beings to live, whether they like it or not. There are both positive and negative effects of anxiety. Positive...
  16. Amit Debnath and Saravanan, R.
    Progress of any organization greatly depends on job satisfaction and job autonomy of the employees in the organization. Job satisfaction and job autonomy are the two important indicators of a successful organization. The study was conducted in all four districts of Tripura state of North-East India and from all districts the extension personnel...
  17. Vincent Jean-Marie KIKI
    This article presents the essential elements on the foundations and evolution of the crisis of the petroleum products commerce in Benin. After having tried without success to stop such commerce, the State has passed to the extreme during the years 2012 and 2013, putting the contribution in this struggle, soldiers, policemen and other. Then, the...
  18. Zulfiqar Ali Laghari, Jamshed Warsi, Muhammad Qasim Memon, Khalid Lashari and Ali Muhammad Soomro
    Eating disorders are the group of conditions characterized by abnormal eating habits, EDs such as Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorders and Eating Disorders Not Otherwise Specified EDNOS are common both in western countries and non western countries. Recently, the prevalence of eating disorders has also been reported in several...
  19. Yadav, D. S., Audarya, S. D., Chaudhary, R., Goutam, M., Nanavati, S. and Garg, U. K.
    In an organized dairy farm at Mhow, Gir cattle calves were suffering from skin infestation. Complete alopecia on and around thigh region was noticed in five Gir cattle calves in the Month of January 2014. Povidone iodine solution was applied on affected region of the body twice daily for 10 days duration. A planned drug regime was followed for...
  20. Ali Mohammad Alakhtar and Dr. Homaidan Turki Al-Homaidan
    Background: Medical education is an intensely competitive program; students go through severe stress while in it. They are known to be the victims of tremendous mental stress. They experience a variety of psychological changes in their medical school life from young insecure students to excellent physicians. Depression among medical...
  21. Brizida Refatllari, Loreta Kuneshka, Albana Lufi, Pellumb Pipero and Ferdinand Canaj
    Background: Acne vulgaris has been associated with psychiatric and psychological problems and it is one of the leading causes of anxiety in adolescents and adults. Aim of this study: To assess the link between anxiety symptoms and patients with acne vulgaris in relation to the severity of the disease, its localization and socio-demographic data....
  22. Acharya, S. K., Biswas, S. and Sen, M.
    Anemia is a common health problem among women throughout the world. However, there has been minimal research on farm women’s concepts of anemia. The present study was thus undertaken with the objective to assess the agro-socio-economic factors related to haemoglobin content of farm women, of West Bengal, India. The study was confined to the...
  23. Dr. G. N. Nimbarte
    Social entrepreneurship is a need of time in today’s globalization world. Every nation has been trying to develop itself using all efforts. For the nation development social entrepreneurship is the best tool and medium which is available in society itself. Social entrepreneurs shall start work as per their capacity and creativity. Social...
  24. Pattanayak, B., Muduli, S. D. and Dhal, N. K.
    Batch absorption studies were carried out to evaluate the Pb2+ adsorption capacities of different fired clay soils with different particle size distributions. Adsorption efficiency was observed to increase with an increase in clay content. Adsorption efficiencies of the fired clay soils were also influenced by the firing temperature, the solutions...
  25. Dharaneeswara Devi Reddy, Sreeyapureddy Anitha and Dowlathabad Muralidhara Rao
    An efficient protocol was described for rapid callus induction and regeneration from internodal explants of Vitex negundo (Verbenaceae) which is a woody, aromatic and medicinal plant. For callus induction and regeneration, Particular plant growth regulators were used, which are auxins such as 2,4-D and NAA in combination with cytokinin BAP. The...
  26. Anitha, M., Dr. Karthikajayakumar, Sushmitha, S., Subha, S., SriRupa, G. and Valliammai, T.
    The aim of this study is to determine the presence of pathogenic bacteria and fungi in the hospital environment. The samples for the study were obtained from the hospital wards and were taken from the indoor air during, before and after disinfection by means of settle plate method. Nutrient agar, Blood agar, Macconkey agar, and Sabouraud‘s...
  27. Azeez, G. O., Lawal I. A., Muriana M., Adeniji, S. T. and Hammed, T. B.
    This study determined oil recovery potential of Hyptis suaveolens for its beneficial use. Pulverized leaves (500 g) of Hyptis suaveolens was hydro-distilled for 3 hours using Clevenger apparatus set up. The percentage yield of the oil was 0.29 % (v/w). The GC-FID analysis of the extractedoil revealed 36 chemical components (99.99 %) of which 72.54...
  28. Dr. Tinkasiimire Therese
    The Environment is defined as humans and their relationships with the living and non-living things in the world. The Bible tells us that God created all things in the universe and that all was very good. He entrusted the world to humans whom he gave the gift of intellect to know good and evil. Human beings have used their gift of innovation that...
  29. Nasir Mohammad Bhat
    Job stress is the psychophysiological arousal resulting from workplace demands. Optimally, it results in enhanced job performance. When mismanaged, job stress leads to job strain, which includes psychological, medical, and behavioral costs. The growing awareness of the impact of job stress is best illustrated by the sheer increase in the volume of...
  30. Mavuna Lynette, Mudavanhu Chipo and Svotwa Ezekia
    This study was designed to assess the effectiveness of food aid in alleviating hunger in ward 29 of Mutare District through establishing the nature and assessing the benefits of food aid. A questionnaire was distributed to forty six (46) households in order to collect primary data for the study. Five (5) interviews two focus group discussions were...
  31. Nirmalya Mukherjee, Biswajit Pal and Nagarathinam, S.
    Over half a million women die each year due to complications during pregnancy and birth. The vast Majority of these deaths are preventable. The overall health status of Tribal Women was not good due to array of causes like lack of medical facilities and outreach medical centres. The present study was undertaken to know about the maternal health...
  32. Yuvaraj, M. and Mahendran, P. P.
    Field experiment was carried out at AICRP- Water Management block, Agricultural College and Research Institute, Madurai during 2010 - 2011 to study the effect of subsurface drip fertigation on growth, yield, quality and economics of banana cv. Rasthali. Banana requires high levels of nutrients for proper growth and production. It is estimated that...
  33. Dr. Mohaned Abed
    The relationship built up between patients and professionals in the healthcare arena are fundamental, with doctors who are warm and friendly seemingly more efficient when compared with more formal healthcare workers. Furthermore, it has been recognised that those with empathy are better positioned to achieve more positive outcomes, not only for...
  34. Girish, R., Srinivasa, N., Onkarappa, S. and Shruthi, H. R.
    Investigation on the spatial distribution of yellow mite, Polyphagotarsonemus latus (Banks) was studied at the Department of Entomology, GKVK, Bangalore during 2008-09. The mite population comprising of eggs as wells as active stages were more abundant on leaves in the top canopy (165.69/leaf) of the chilli plant compared to the leaves in the...
  35. Jau-Yon Chen
    In this day and age, information communications technology, also known as ICTs, is crucial to a nation’s or even an entire continent’s human and socioeconomic development. Unfortunately, many in the developing world, especially in Africa, are left behind technologically. This paper will explore the theme of digital divide, with a focus on Africa....
  36. Biswajit Pal, Satabdi Roy, Arunasis Goswami, Debasis Mazumder
    The study was conducted in the purposively selected block Gaighata of the purposively selected district of North 24 Parganas in West Bengal, India to know the status of rural women engaged in floriculture activities. The data was collected from the randomly selected 100 respondents of the block with the help of a pre-tested structured interview...
  37. Anil Bapusaheb Bendre and Vinay Ramesh Newaskar
    Onion (Allium cepa) is one of the important commercial vegetable crops grown in India. Annual production of onion is estimated to be about 74.50 Lakh tonnes. This quantity is enough to meet the present domestic requirement as well as export of onions. India is a traditional exporter of onion in the world. Present study is trying to have a glance...
  38. Hanan A Al-Kadi and Eman M Alissa
    Vitamin D deficiency is a prevalent health problem worldwide. Several factors determine vitamin D status including ethnicity, nutrition, and extent of adiposity. Well-educated medical students are expected to have higher levels of vitamin D than that reported in the general population. The aim of this study was to determine vitamin D status in...
  39. Satish A. Bhalerao
    Green revolution, going green, environmental protection, sustainable life style, sustainable development, protecting our earth and many more has been become a natural phenomenon in our everyday life. Green marketing is a tool used by many companies in various industries to follow this trend. Green marketing which is alternately known as...
  40. Manmeet Kaur, Mamta Choudhary, Kapil Sharma and Jaspreet Kaur Sodhi
    A Pre experimental study was conducted among the 300 nursing students of Institute of nursing education, Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib (C) Hospital, Ludhiana. Information was collected with the help of self structured checklist. The tool for data collection included socio-demographic variables and checklist consisting of items related to steps of aseptic...
  41. Vaishali, Suphiya Khan, Naresh Pratap Singh and Vinay Sharma
    In the present paper, we report the use of ISSR markers and their comparison with RAPD to analyze the genetic diversity of Butea monosperma from different agroecological regions viz. arid, semi-arid, dry sub-humid and moist sub-humid. For this purpose, 26 ISSR primers were tested. Of them 7 reproducible primers yield 58 (83%) polymorphic bands....
  42. Naheen Haider Zaidi and Abdul Munir
    Sugarcane is mainly cultivated for sugar production in the world and is an important cash crop of India. It plays a key part in the upliftment of socio-economic condition of the growers. In Uttar Pradesh, sugarcane not only supports the economy but also the major crop which is the source of income of millions of farmers. As an important cash crop...
  43. Jadhav, P. B., Patil, N. B., Saravaiya, S. N., Dekhane, S. S., Tekale, G. S., Harad, N. B., Jadhav, K. P. and Patel, D. J.
    The present investigation was undertaken with the main objective to study the effect of different level of vermiwash spray on growth and yield of Fenugreek cv. Local. The experiment consists of five treatments involving spraying of vermiwash viz., 0.5 %, 1 %, 1.5% and 2 % by mixing with simple water and control were imposed and the foliar...
  44. Beth A. Whipple, Laura M. Crothers, Tammy L. Hughes, Jeffrey A. Miller, Vanessa Durand, Jered B. Kolbert and Daniel S. Wells
    Although positive peer relations play a significant role in children's development, not all children are accepted by peers. Unfortunately, peer rejection can have a tremendous negative impact on children’s lives and future adjustment. Secondary to peer rejection, this study examines the experience and stability of loneliness as reported...
  45. Melikaoui Mouloud
    The use tools of monetary policy to cure the inflationary tide, especially the interest rate and the exchange rate does not have effective desired to be targets intermediate monetary policy for several reasons related to conception and methods identified and their impacts anticipated, and that the components of the money supply has lost its status...
  46. Kiran Kumar, K. P., Sinha, A. K., Madhusudhan, K. N., Suresh Rai and Alok Sahay
    Presence of the pathogens induces diseases in tasar silkworm rearing there after several ecological and nutritional factors influence diseases spread in general. There is no specific study on the spread of the diseases of tasar silkworm in different stresses. In the present study, Daba B.V was reared under different stress conditions involving...
  47. Emmanuel, S. D., Adamu, I. K.,Ejila, A., Mohammed, S. Y., Ja’afaru, M. I., Amos, Y. and Agbor, O.
    Discharge of total chromium content into the environment as industrial waste is one of the major causes of environmental pollution. Soil samples were collected from 12 sites, four from each of the study areas viz; Yankusa control land, Gasau dumpsite and Daula agricultural deposited site. The total chromium content was analyzed using atomic...
  48. Saravaiya, S. N., Wakchaure, S. S., Jadhav, P. B., Tekale, G. S., Patil, N. B., Dekhane, S. S. and Patel, D. J.
    The present investigation was undertaken with the main objective to study the influence of foliar application of micronutrients on Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) cv. “Gujarat Tomato 2” at ASPEE, ARDF, Tansa during Rabi 2013-2014. The experiment consists of eight treatments involving T1 (RD NPK through chemical fertilizers N:...
  49. Q. Mohsen
    Flaring natural gas is a routine practice in the course of oil production. This study presents two parts .The first one is presenting analyses of corrosion damage experienced by a plasma-sprayed coating of SS310 alloy, after exposure to a simulated flare tip environment at 975 oC. Samples made of SS310 were utilized to evaluate a proposed coating...
  50. Satish A. Bhalerao
    Green revolution, going green, environmental protection, sustainable life style, sustainable development, protecting our earth and many more has been become a natural phenomenon in our everyday life. Green marketing is a tool used by many companies in various industries to follow this trend. Green marketing which is alternately known as...
  51. Kotresha, D.
    In recent years the worldwide emergence of multidrug-resistant strains of Pseudomonas aeruginosa has been studied. This organism shows a remarkable capacity to resist antibiotics. In the present study, phenol degrading P. aeruginosa MTCC 4997 showed highest antibiotic resistance in penicillin, followed by antimycin, ampicillin, kanamycin and...
  52. Vincent Jean-Marie Kiki
    This study found that the main component of the money supply before 2003 was banknotes in circulation. From 2003 to 2012, demand and term deposits are the main components of the money stock. An econometric analysis, through an error correction model, revealed that all the variables, namely, the monetary supply, the monetary base, the credits to...
  53. Dr. Deepali Singh
    Globalization provide a fascinating field of study. Globalization is viewed as an agent of change. The term globalization was first used by Theodore Levitt in 1983 (in an article he wrote in the Harvard Business Review) till the early 1990s. Globalization is driven by knowledge and new technology thus there is a need not only to...
  54. Tiberiu Brăilean and Aurelian-Petruș Plopeanu
    Nor the capitalism nor the communism didn’t proved to be the ideal systems. The second has imploded, while the first is transformed under the impact of the strong forces of globalization, crisis, technology, demography and ongoing ideas. It is looking for some kind of mixtum compozitum, which often prove just pure illusions. The crisis is proving...
  55. Dr. R. Unnamalai
    Women empowerment is able to control over material assets, intellectual resources and ideology in the society. It involves power to power with and power within among women. Empowerment involves ability to get what one wants and to influence others in the society. The present study concentrates to find various indicators for assessing women...
  56. Madhuri Thinnaluri, Bhaskar, R. N., Mahesh and Narayanaswamy, T. K.
    Mulberry, Morus alba L., the only host plant of silkworm (Bombyx mori L.,) is attacked by about 300 species of insect pests. Among them, pink mealy bug, Maconellicoccus hirsutus Green is the most serious causing more than 35 per cent yield loss besides impairing nutritional quality of mulberry leaves. The management of pink mealy bug by using...
  57. Suraj Kumar Singh, Vikas Chandel, Himanshu Kumar and Hemant Gupta
    Rapid urbanization in the world is quite alarming, especially in developing countries such as India. In the present study historical change in urban area was analyzed using multi-temporal satellite images of 1980, 2000, 2010 and 2013 respectively to identify the areas where the increase or decrease has taken place over the period of last 33 years...
  58. Madhuri Thinnaluri, Bhaskar, R. N., Mahesh and Narayanaswamy, T. K.
    Tukra is one of the major problem in mulberry growing areas and it is caused by pink mealy bug Maconellicoccus hirsutus which affect both the quality and yield of mulberry leaf. A preliminary attempt has been made to control tukra in mulberry using plant extracts of natural pesticide origin. The seed kernel and leaf extracts of Azadirachta indica...
  59. Vijay Kumar and Chakravarty, A. K.
    In the present study, breeding information spread over a period of 14 years from 1995 to 2008, was collected from the history-cum-pedigree sheets and milk yield registers of Murrah buffaloes maintained at four centres of Network Project on Murrah Buffalo Improvement (National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal; Central Institute for Research on...
  60. Shimjith M. and Dr. Najeeb, A. M.
    Ninety boys in the age group of 15 to 18 years of Kunhali Marakkar Higher Secondary School, Coastal-Calicut were selected at random and were divided randomly into three equal groups namely Progressive training group –A with weights, Progressive training group –B without weights and control group -C. The experimental groups participated in the...
  61. Mohd Naseem Khan and Mohd Arif Khan
    The role of frontline health functionaries in the community is important in achieving the goal of reduction in infant mortality. This study focuses on the significant work of the front line health workers-ASHAs (Accredited Social Health Activists). It is reflected that how an ASHA works as a link worker in disseminating health awareness with...
  62. Donatus A. Aniodo, Eskay, M. and Nweze, Uzoamaka Cordelia
    The purpose of this study was to find out the conflict management styles of special education sports administrators in secondary schools in Udi Education Zone. Two (2) research questions guided the study. A descriptive survey research design was used for the study. The population for the study was fifty four special education sports...
  63. Donatus A. Aniodo, Eskay, M. and Nweze, Uzoamaka Cordelia
    The study investigated differences in demographic variables on conflict management styles of special education sports administrators in secondary schools in Udi education. Two research questions and two null hypotheses guided the study. A descriptive survey research design was used for the study. The population for the study was fifty four sports...
  64. Abdulsadah A. Rahi
    A total of 60 suspected cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) cases were diagnosed during the period from December, 2013 to February, 2014 with females representing 67% of the cases. The incidence rate with CL was 88.3% by using Real-Time PCR. Fourty -two (70%) of isolates from different patients were typed as L. major and 11 (18.3%) of isolates were typed...
  65. Basim M. Ali, A. L., Furqan M. Auda, A. L., Amar M. Ali and Mansoor K. Abidali
    In the present study, an attempt is carried out to estimate the level of sex hormone in thalassemia major patients where. The level of these compounds will indicate the risk of tissue damage caused by oxidative stress and iron overload in thalassemia patients. Thirty five Iraqi patients with major thalassemia were participated in the present...
  66. Hossein, Rahmatollahi and Ehsan, Aghamohammad Aghaee
    As the purpose of present paper, power alternate means periodical rotation or transfer of power from state to citizens so that they can enjoy the right of removing or assigning the administration through public elections in order to achieve their citizenship goals and share in the route of overcoming the risks emanating from the domination of one...
  67. Adeyeye, A. S., Togun, O. A., Akanbi, W. B. and Olalekan, K. K.
    The study was designed to evaluate the impact of different fertilizer on the growth and yield of soybean varieties at Babcock university farm, Ilishan-Remo in 2009 and 2010. The experimental design was a randomized complete block (RCBD) using three replications. The treatments are three varieties of soybean: (TGx 1740-2F), (TGx 1842 - IE) and (TGx...

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