November 2014

  1. Ramalakshmi, P., Subramanian, N., Saravanan, R., Mohanakrishnan, H. and Muthu, M.
    Cancer is a major public health problem in both developed and developing countries. Plant derived products are being used for the treatment of cancer. Aromatic plants of lamiaceae family are known for its traditional medicinal value. The leaves of the plants are promoted in relieving cold, coughs, laryngitis, bronchitis, nasal congestion,...
  2. Dr. Chittibabu, B.
    The aim of the current study was to assess the changes in lung volumes during a periodized training year of handball players. The subjects employed in the present study were fourteen male handball players. Testing took place at four points during the periodized training year; at the beginnings of general preparation (T1), specific preparation (T2...
  3. Govardhana Rao, G., Solmonrajupaul, K., Vishnu Sankarrao, D. and Dayakar, G.
    The analysis of trends, seasonal variations and in market prices of rice in Guntur district and Andhra Pradesh and forecast the same for the period 1990-91 to 2009-10 collected from various published statistical bulletins. The seasonal variations in market prices and 12 months moving average method was used to construct the seasonal indices and...
  4. Elamaran, M.
    The study was proposed to examine the changes on stroke volume responses to active stress with aerobic and anaerobic training among untrained male university students. Forty-five untrained male university students, in the age group of twenty to twenty-five years were selected as participants, and they were segregated into three groups namely:...
  5. Li Ping
    Studies on the effect of English translation of Chinese literature are paid more attention especially with the national strategy of “Chinese Culture Going Global”. Some scholars hold that the most effective way of evaluating the effect is the observance of the reader’s reception. There exist some Western and Chinese translation theories on reader’...
  6. Aina, Jacob Kola
    This study was carried out in Colleges of Education Kwara state in Nigeria to examine how students are performing in Physics. The participants comprises of 105 Physics students drawn from Physics/Chemistry, Physics/Computer Science, Physics/Integrated Science and Physics/ Mathematics combinations. This was a random sampling within four Colleges of...
  7. Andam S. Ardan, M. Ardi, Yusminah Hala, Amirudin Supu and Gufran D. Dirawan
    A research on local wisdom in the nature preservation of Baumata has been conducted from February to March 2014. It held in the Village of East Baumata, Taebenu Sub district, Kupang regency, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) in order to know what is the local wisdom owned by Baumata villages in the preservation of nature and environment around them. The...
  8. Moses Kopong Tokan, Gufran Darma Dirawan and Mbing Maria Imakulata
    The purpose of this study was to determine the antibacterial potency of Callyspongia and utilization possibility as a companion in the biological control of ice-ice disease. This study is a factorial experiment consists of 3 factors, namely the kind of bacterial isolates from seaweed suffering of ice-ice disease, kind of solvent and the kind of...
  9. Dr. Youcef Souar and Salaa soumia
    Education is considered as the capacity it owns a producer and developer of Human. It is then a producer of Human capital as investment goods and a tool of social policy. Moreover education is an investment operation which has a return that can be measured. Therefore, various studies were made about Education Return in most countries of the...
  10. Jinwon AHN and Daeshik KIM
    As a UNESCO UNITWIN host university, Handong Global University has been pioneering international development cooperation in the higher education area in Korea. International development cooperation projects of Handong Global University were evaluated and assessed according to the effectiveness principles in development cooperation elicited from...
  11. Rita Hasan and Kyungho Kim
    The concern of foreign direct investment (FDI) has been receiving remarkable attention from many developing countries such as Nepal, given the fact that economic development in these countries is largely reliant on FDI through the establishment of multinational enterprises (MNEs). The major challenges for a host country are to carry out effective...
  12. Julieth Elimri Njau and Cyril Kalembana Komba
    This study examines the challenges facing by women micro-entrepreneurs in Tanzania. It also identifies the characteristics of women micro entrepreneurs in relation to the challenges they faced in their daily operations, the contribution of women-micro enterprises to the household income and their business operating environment. Data were obtained...
  13. Raveendran Nair
    This Violence against women is a form of gender discrimination and violation of human rights persists all over the world. International bodies are trying to protect women’s rights and dignity through various treaties and declarations. Even though there is raising awareness against these issues there has been little progress in reducing the...
  14. Giuliano André Silva Santos, Laisa Lis Fontinele de Sá, Ana Cristina Sousa Gramoza Vilarinho, Davyson de Lima Moreira,Rivelilson Mendes de Freitas and Lívio César Cunha Nunes
    To assess applications with patented active ingredient pilocarpine and discuss their implications for further research in drug development was realized a research in some patent databases including WIPO, Espacenet, USPTO and INPI using key terms which correlates pilocarpine and xerostomia. As results was found thirteen different innovative...
  15. Dr. Muthumurugan, P., Elumalai, B. and Balamurugan, K.
    The foremost purpose of this paper is to explore the factor productivity of chemical industry in Tamilnadu during the Post-reform period from 1990-91 to 2009-10. The study established that, the labour and capital productivity is very low during the post-reform period. In conclusion of this paper implies that to improve the productivity and reduce...
  16. Dr. Elizabeth, A.M. and Bir, T.
    Population ageing has profound, major consequences and implications for all facets of human life. Its effect is determined by the subjective and objective environment and health status particularly the older person. This paper examines the subjective and objective environment, health status and different aspects of human deprivation in the old age...
  17. Dotimi, Doris Atibinye, Daniel Ayibapiriye Harvest, Gloria Okeke, Akpe Anthony Bibowei, Rejoice Igbans Obele and Mercy Uzere
    Background: The research work was to investigate the level of awareness and utilization of Insecticide Treated Nets (ITNs) for malaria prevention in Igbomotoru Community in Southern Ijaw LGA of Bayelsa State, Nigeria. Five research objectives include to investigate the level of awareness on ITN as a preventive measure for malaria, investigate the...
  18. Maya Grigorievna Lyapina, Maria Dencheva Garova, Assya Krasteva Panova, Mariana Tzekova Yaneva, Mariela Yaneva Deliverska and Angelina Kisselova-Yaneva
    Background: Methacrylates serve as a base for resin-based dental materials, extensively used in practice. They may cause irritation to skin, eyes, and mucous membranes, allergic dermatitis, stomatitis, etc. Acrylic monomers often cross-react. Numerous studies confirm the sensitization to methacrylates in dental professionals, but quite a few...
  19. Yehia Abed, Nabil Al Barqouni, Awny Naim and Paola Manduca
    In the Gaza strip, congenital malformations are the first leading cause of infant deaths. The present study aims to collect and evaluate the available recorded information about the occurrence of major birth defects (BD) in the Gaza Strip in patients between 0 and 2 years of age and compare this between the two periods under review, the first 6...
  20. Dr. M. Ganesh and Dr. S. A. Sridevi
    Aim: Eating disorders (ED) are among the most common psychiatric problems seen in females of reproductive age group. It has got a persistent impact, comorbid psychopathology, medical complications, and elevated mortality. This article is mainly focussed to explore the impact of depression among the adolescent young females and the women of...
  21. Eman M RabieShehab El-Din, Mohamed M Adel El-Sokkary, Mohamed Reda Bassiouny and Ramadan Hassan
    A prospective study was performed at NICUs of three Mansoura hospitals in Egypt over a period of 18 months from March 2011 to August 2012. The three NICUs are participants in Egyptian Neonatal Network (EGNN).344 newborns were diagnosed as suspected sepsis. 58.57% of 140 positive blood cultures were due to Gram positive pathogens. Staphylococcus...
  22. Giri, Y.P., Thapa R. B., Shrestha S. M., Pradhan S. B., Maharjan R., Sporleder M. and Kroschel J.
    This study was carried out from September, 2008 to May, 2009 to explore awareness of pesticide users in special reference to potato growers on pesticide safety labels, pesticide handling and application practices that might potentially expose them to chemical hazards. Data was based on a stratified random sample of 471 pesticide practitioners (...
  23. Dr. Yehia Abed, PH, Khalid M Abu Saman, MPH and 3Bassam Abu Hamad, Ph.D
    The irrational use of drugs leads to wasting of resources and serious health hazards as well. This study aims to ascertain the effect of co-payment on drugs consumption and also to assess drugs’ cost recovery at the governmental primary health care sector in the Gaza Strip. A descriptive, analytical, cross sectional design using a retrospective...
  24. Shilpa Bairwa, Sapna Goel, Mahak Sharma, Deepika Hemrajani and Pooja Kanwat
    Introduction: Lymphangioma circumscriptum (superficial lymphatic malformation) is a congenital malformation of the superficial lymphatics presenting as a group of deep seated vesicles like papules. Method: a 12 yr old male presented with multiple non scaly slowly progressive asymptomatic plaques of variable size and shape over the right forearm...
  25. Subalakshmi Balasubramanian, Mohana Priya, Arulappan, K.Balaji Singh, S.Rajendiran and Leena Dennis Joseph
    Carcinoma in the male breast is not very common, the incidence being less than 1% of the incidence in women. We present the case of a 56 year male patient, who came with the complaints of swelling in the left nipple with an adjacent sinus tract, discharging blood stained pus. The histopathological diagnosis of a low grade, Invasive Ductal...
  26. Prema Devi, E., Leena Dennis Joseph, Rajendiran, S. and Prathiba, S.
    Clear cell adenocarcinomas of the ovary account for less than 5% of all ovarian carcinomas (David S P Tan and Stan Kaye, 2007). They constitute approximately 3.7–12.1% of all epithelial ovarian carcinomas. A retrospective study was conducted on all the ovarian carcinomas received in the Department of Pathology, Sri Ramachandra Medical College and...
  27. Esther H.J Lugwisha
    Lime-rich clays from Mahina, Northwest part of Tanzania were used in this work. Chemical analysis showed that Mahina clays contain considerable amounts of CaO (16.25%) and CaCO3 (25.41%). Mineralogical characterization of raw materials was done by XRD and DTA both of which revealed the presence of kaolinite, montimorillonite, quartz, calcite,...
  28. Kokilavani, K. and Dr. Balachandran, M.
    This paper describes about the controlling of wheelchair by means of human voice and patient monitoring using GSM. In earlier, people use joysticks to control the powered wheelchairs. Wheelchairs with the standard joystick interface are unable to control by many people. Speech recognition is a prominent technology which can give an alternative,...
  29. Sathishkumar, G. and Prabu, M.
    In normal colleges and office campus different types of water cooler systems are being employed. The problem with these water coolers is that the absolute temperature of water set inside the container is not maintained properly and there is no fault indication system. Though the students pay for all these facilities but they do suffer from not...
  30. Yawar Mushtaq Raina and Pervez Alam
    The study area where the wastewater treatment is proposed is Rajouri in Jammu And Kashmir State. The growth of population at a faster rate, lack of education, poverty especially in rural areas has polluted the environment to a great extent. Here the paper gives the details about the population of the area, the drainage details, the water supply...
  31. Lugwisha, E. H. J. and Siafu, S. I.
    Kaolin and quartz from Pugu and feldspar from Morogoro were used to produce feldspathic dental porcelain bodies. Mineralogical results from XRD revealed the presence of kaolinite, illite, microcline and clinochlore in the kaolin samples; albite, microcline, sanidine in the feldspar samples and only silica in the quartz samples. The chemical...
  32. Vijaya Lakshmi, K., Suhasini, D. M., Jayachandra Reddy, M., Ravi, K., Chowdoji Rao, K. and Subha, M. C. S.
    Densities (ρ) and viscosities (η) have been measured at 308.15 K over the entire composition range of binary mixtures of Tetrahydrofuran (THF) with benzene (B), methyl benzene (MB), ethyl benzene (EB), chloro benzene (CB), bromo benzene (BB) and nitro benzene (NB). This measured data have been utilized to calculate excess molar volume (VE), excess...
  33. Sheeja, K. R. and Avila Thanga Booshan, S.
    Cardanol an agricultural byproduct of cashew industry with m-cresol in various molar concentrations were condensed with formaldehyde. The resins R1, R2 and R3 thus prepared and characterized. The spectral studies confirm that the ortho substitution is favoured when the concentration of m-cresol is more. Polyurethanes PUR1, PUR2 and PUR3 were...
  34. Ramon Marqués Sala
    Einstein, in the equations of the General Relativity, departs from three premises: 1/ Equivalence between inertia, gravity and mass. 2/ Distortion of the space for the mass, and equivalence between mass and spatial distortion. 3/ Equivalence between gravity and uniformly accelerated motion. From this viewpoint conceptual and pre-relativist is...
  35. Rajiv Ratna Pandey and Dr. M. R. Augur
    Ib is an important river of Jashpur district (C.G.). Two sampling station viz., station 1 Dhondidand and station 2 Dhondibahar, were established for the collection of water samples during July 2012 to Oct 2012. Monitoring of water of river Ib includes physico-chemical parameters and analysis of iron and copper metal. The temperature was 18.20C to...
  36. DP Sokouri, NE Loukou, CV Yapi-Gnaoré, B Soro and AS-P N’guetta
    This study aimed to achieve typology of cattle production system related to social and structural characteristics. It was conducted in the two main breeding regions (central and northern) of Côte d’Ivoire; in 5 five departments of the central region and 7 departments in the northern region. A total of 1,041 farmers were interviewed; 599 farmers in...
  37. Kamble, Chandni, Sathe, T. V. and Desai, A. S.
    Amrasca biguttula biguttula (Ishida) (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) is cell sap sucking insect pest of Sunflower Helianthus anus (L.) which affect the yield of crop by allowing leaves yellow, curly, causing sooty moulds and affecting photosynthesis of the crop plant. Therefore, vertical destructive pattern of this species has been reported. The lower...
  38. Imtiaz A. Nizamani, Maqsood A. Rustamani, Shafi M. Nizamani and 1M. Ibrahim Khaskheli
    Jujube, Ziziphus mauritiana is one of the most ancient fruit crops of Sindh, Pakistan consumed for its nutritional and medicinal purpose. However, the occurrence of foliage insect pests especially jujube beetle (Adoretus pallens Har) is the major threat to reduce the quality and quantity of fruits, ultimately causing tremendous economic loss to...
  39. Tuan M. Ha
    Eco-friendly production practices have recently embraced in various regions in Vietnam, particularly for horticultural produce, to meet the increasing demands by both domestic and overseas markets. The practices would not only bring about secure income for producers but also contribute to economic, environmental sustainability and improved human...
  40. Eyob Bezabeh, Tesfaye Haregewoin and Dejene Hilegiorgis
    The study measured the growth and instability in area, production, and yield of the vegetable crop tomato in Ethiopia based on secondary data during 1991/92-2013/14 using different statistical techniques. Compound growth rates of area, production and yield were estimated by fitting semi-log trend equation. The study analyzed that, a negative...
  41. Vasudha Prabhakar, K., Narayana Reddy, R., Pallavi, Sowmya, P. and Chethan Kumar, K.
    The present study was undertaken in five years old mulberry germplasm maintained at Sericulture Department, University of Agricultural Sciences, GKVK, The study was conducted in all three seasons of the year viz., pre monsoon (March-June), monsoon (July-October) and post – monsoon (November – February). Two defoliators namely Bihar hairy...
  42. Ghulam Shah Nizamani, Imtiaz Ahmed Khan, Abdula Khatri, Muhammad Aquil Siddiqui, Muhammad Rashid Nizamani and Muhammad Ibrahim Khaskheli
    A series of experiment was conducted at Malir Experimental Farms, Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam during 2009-10 to study the response of different wheat varieties under various row spacing. The experiment was laid out in RCB design with split plot arrangements having four replications. Three varieties of wheat (Sarsabz, Kiran - 95 and TD-1...
  43. Jasim M. Salman
    The present work included study of epiphytic algae on two species of aquatic plants (Potomogeton crispus and Eusine indica) of the Al – Abasia / Euphrates river in middle region of Iraq from March 2012 to February 2013. The investigation region encompassed four Location along 28 Km of the river course the study was recorded 152 species of...
  44. Tania Gaspar, António Rebelo, Inês Mendonça, Francisca Albergaria and Margarida Gaspar-Matos
    Our main objective is to study the relation and impact of student retention in subjective wellbeing in children and adolescents and the role of social and personal factors in this relation. Data was collected in 16 schools, 1181 young people responded to the questionnaires, 51.5% were female, ages ranged between 8 and 17 years and mean age 9,9 (SD...
  45. Muyang, R. F., Taffouo, V. D., Fotso, Nguepnang, N. E. and Mbouobda, H. D.
    Irish potato (Solanum tuberosum L) is one of the world’s most consumed staple. It is eaten by more than a billion people worldwide. The amount of potato that is presently being produced in Cameroon is less than a third of the estimated production. An experiment was carried out in Bambili, North West Region Cameroon from March to June 2013 and 2014...
  46. Ghulam Shah Nizamani, Shamsuddin Tunio, Umed Ali Buriro and Muhammad Ibrahim Keerio
    The influences of different wheat varieties (Sarsabz, Kiran-95, TD-1) and seed rates (100, 125 and 150 kg ha-1) on physiological traits were investigated at Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam Pakistan. It was observed that the leaf area, net assimilation rate and crop growth rate were significantly higher in Kiran-95 than that of Sarsabz and...
  47. Salwa Mrayyan
    The principles of constructivism, increasingly influential in the organization of classrooms and curricula in schools. The principles appeal to our modern views of learning and knowledge, but conflict with traditional academic practices. We need to reflect on our practice in order to apply these ideas to our work. The current study as an attempt...
  48. Sandeep Arya, Anoop Yadav, Dheerendra S. Chauhan and Jamshed Zaidi
    Due to human and industrial activities the groundwater is contaminated. This is the serious problem now a day. Thus the analysis of the water quality is very important to preserve and prefect the natural ecosystem. The assessment of the groundwater quality was carried out in the different village of Moth block of Jhansi district, central India. In...

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