August 2015

  1. Madangombe, E., Dzinomwa, T. and Mpala, C.
    Farmers at Umguza Irrigation Lots practise unrestricted crop production using undertreated wastewater. This presents potential public health risk to producers, vendors and consumers of the produce. The aim of the study was to establish the level of public health risk of wastewater use in unrestricted crop production at Umguza Irrigation Lots....
  2. Dao Van Bay, Bui Thi Thu and Dang Xuan Thu
    The Cyanide compounds have been listed as one of the toxic pollutants that are usually released into environment. A study on cyanide analysis has been devised to determine the total cyanide concentration in wastewater. This work determines the concentration of total cyanide in water and wastewater collected in some metal plating factories in Hanoi...
  3. Asma H. M. Hamed
    The experiment was conducted at animal production farm, faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, University of Gadarif to investigate the effect of Safari (Crotalaria senegalensis) huskand Sorghum husk (Sorghum bicolor) on the performance of desert lambs. Twelve desert lamb males were selected (6-9 month of age) from animal production...
  4. Hanako Jamir, K., Kruolalie Tsurho and Atoka Zhimomi
    The present study was carried out in the district of Zunheboto, Nagaland which lies at 94.52° East Longitude and 25.97° North Latitude covering a total area of 1255 square kilometres. The study was conducted during January 2013 to December 2013. The distribution and abundance of these indigenous medicinal plants were recorded through consultation...
  5. Srividhya, C. and Gobu, B.
    Groundwater is the most important natural resource used for drinking by many people around the world, especially in rural areas. An attempt has been made in this research paper to understand about the groundwater quality of the Ambuliyar watershed in parts of Thanjavur and Pudukkottai districts, Tamil Nadu, India. Groundwater is the major source...
  6. Vinna Kurniawati Sugiaman
    Tissue engineering is the employment of biologic therapeutic strategies aimed to the replacement, repair, maintenance, and/or enhancement of tissue function that applies the principles of engineering and life science. The key ingredients for tissue engineering are stem cells, morphogen or growth factor that regulate their differentiation, and...
  7. Tripathi, V.D. and Tiwari, R.
    Meticulous Periodontal diseases affect the majority of the population either as gingivitis or periodontitis. Recently there have been many studies that link or seek to find a relationship between periodontal disease and other systemic diseases including, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, stroke, and adverse pregnancy outcomes. For adverse...
  8. Abdolreza Pazhakh and Soodabeh Haqroo
    The main purpose of this article was to study the predictive validity of the Islamic Azad University of the MA Entrance Exam (IAUMAEE) in Iran .The aim of the study was to find probable relationship between Grade Point Average (GPA) in MA courses in the field of their study and their entrance admission test results. The researcher has used the GPA...
  9. Chandu Ravi Kumar and Kalyan Chakravarthy, K.
    Talent management has gained main stream acceptance in the practitioner community as a key management activity in recent years. The success of any organization depends upon ability to develop its human capital and utilize the same for corporate excellence. Human capital occupies a very important position more than the traditional factors of...
  10. Amala, Smart Enoch and Nwibani, Chidiebere Priscilla
    The prevalence of malaria among 250 pregnant women attending antenatal clinic in Agbonchia Health Centre Eleme, Rivers State, Nigeria was investigated using thick and thin blood film stained with Giemsa. The stained slides were examined microscopically for malaria parasites. The prevalence of malaria among the pregnant women was 40.6% and the...
  11. Sudheer, V.
    Technical analysis is an art or science of planting the stock information like price movements, trading volume and market scenario in the form of charts for the purpose of forecasting the future price trends. It can aid the investors to anticipate what is ‘possible’ to happen to prices over the short-run time. And also helps in understanding the...
  12. Obula Reddy, B., Indumathi, J. and Bhaskar Reddy, G.V.,
    The article evaluates the effect of binders as functional ingredient in meat products and their physiological role in human health. Fibers are naturally occurring compounds present in variety of vegetables, fruits, cereal flours etc in abundance, and act through their solubility, viscosity, gel forming ability, water-binding capacity, oil...
  13. Mrittunjoy Guha Majumdar and Hriitu Rana
    Personal Social Responsibility is a novel socio-economic model, based on a strategic decision by an individual to undertake an obligation to society in an organized framework. Given the widening gap between the haves and haves-not in contemporary society, this model provides a systemised framework for redistribution of wealth, albeit under the...
  14. Le Thi Yen and Pham Van Hung
    This article was undertaken to examine the impact of investment performance in developing industrial zones on people's livelihoods. 230 selected households were interviewed to collect data. Ordinary Least Squares (OLS) method was chosen to study the subject matter with the help of SPSS 20.0 software. The research results indicated that several...
  15. Igor Mariotto Beneti, Cristiano Gaujac, Celso Koogi Sonoda, Elio Hotoshi Shinohara, Wilson Roberto Poi, Idelmo Rangel Garcia Junior, Sônia Regina Panzarini, Idiberto José Zotarelli Filho and Elias Naim Kassis
    Introduction: Despite every existing resource to improve the prognosis of dental reimplantation, the helper’s chosen conduct is an essential factor to the success or failure of these cases. It is purpose of this work to discuss the influence of the helper’s initial care in the prognosis of dental reimplantation, reporting two cases of dental...
  16. Amon, A. D. E., Soro, D. and Soro K. et Traoré, D.
    Currently, obesity is a major health problem worldwide because of its rising prevalence and strong association with pathological disorders such as cardio vascular diseases, diabetes- type 2, hypertension, infertility and some forms of cancer. Nanotechnology has been developed into a multidisciplinary field of applied science and technology for...
  17. Pandiammal, C., Senthil, J. and Anand, P. H.
    The Present study to assess the flood disaster in Cuddalore District during November 2005 floods, Indian Remote Sensing Digital P6 LISS-III data was used to map the flood affected areas. Nowadays, modern techniques and tools especially remote sensing help the planners to evaluate the potential of natural dangers caused by flood Two important...
  18. Dr. Demdeo S. Durge
    Thirty boys in the group of 12 to 15 years were selected from Mahatma Fule Vidhalaya Talodhi. The subject divided into two groups namely Control group and Experimental group. The Experimental group was given Pranayama and meditation for a period of twelve weeks, both morning and evening on alternative days in a week. The Control group not...
  19. Hassan Ajami
    Muslims are divided to three camps: the moderate, the fundamentalist and the liberal. Yet these three current political movements are shaped by Islamic philosophy. The Muslim philosopher Al-Ghazali articulated the moderate stance of most of the Muslims through accepting both religion, namely Islam, and reason as genuine criteria of knowledge and...
  20. Tomas D. Reyes, Jr.
    The study generally aimed at integrating geographic information system (GIS) and statistical models in predicting landslide prone areas in Wahig-Inabanga Watershed, Bohol, Philippines. Logistic regression (LR) and bivariate statistical analysis (BSA) were employed to determine landslide prone areas using eleven significant landslide-related...
  21. Mahmoud Mirkhalili, Omid Milanloui and Fatemeh Mobasheria
    Education Among humans, the length ratio of the second finger (2D) to the fourth finger (4D) is a sexual – dimorphism. The ratio of forefinger to ring finger among women is greater than men 9this ratio is lower for male humans, rats, baboons and finches while this ratio (2D:4D) is greater among Zebra fish males than females). 2D:4D ratio has a...
  22. Tomas D. Reyes, Jr. Nathaniel C. Bantayan, Diomedes A. Racelis, Teodoro R. Villanueva and Leonardo M. Florece
    The study aimed at determining which of the two landslide hazard assessment methods, heuristic and logistic regression is more appropriate in predicting landslide prone areas in Wahig-Inabanga Watershed, Bohol. Comparison was performed by computing the predictive power of each method based on the frequency distribution of past landslide events....
  23. Mahendra Sethi
    Earth systems are increasingly becoming vulnerable to rampant use, misuse and abuse of natural resources by the humankind, carbon being the most critical. Across the globe, there is an unprecedented demand of fossil-carbon to fuel national economies, while it is their urban centres that act as the guzzling engines of energy and carbon rich fuels....
  24. Malay Das
    Using data from the District Level Household and Facility Survey (DLHS) of 2002-04 and 2007-08, and 61st round of National Sample Survey (2004-05), this paper examines the district-level (inter-district) disparity in reproductive and child health (RCH) care utilization status in India. Ranking of districts is done and coefficient of variation is...
  25. Kawaljit Kaur and Baljinder Kaur
    A Quasi Experimental study to assess the effectiveness of Jacobson's Progressive Muscle Relaxation (JPMR) Training on anxiety level of alcoholic patients admitted for de-addiction in selected hospitals, Jalandhar, Punjab. The aim of the study is to assess the effectiveness of Jacobson's Progressive Muscle Relaxation (JPMR) training on anxiety...
  26. Tripathi, V. D. and Tiwari, R.
    Meticulous plaque control on a daily routine basis is the single most important step to achieve good oral health. Herbal chewing sticks, commonly known as pilu are among the ancient and traditional oral hygiene aids popular in India, Pakistan, most of the Arabian countries, and several African countries. But nowadays, because of low cost, free...
  27. Kamini S. Yeole, Anirudh P. Bhagat, Anita V. Handore, Sharad R. Khandelwal and Vinita S. Jagtap
    Objective: To screen the phytochemical constituents as well as to assess the total phenolic content and antioxidant potential of plant extract(leaves) and cell suspension culture extract from the seed derived callus of Spinacia oleracae. Methods: Establishment of callus was carried out by use of MS medium supplemented with growth hormones, BAP...
  28. Anugrah, Isran Ramli, M., Hamid Aly, S. and Lawalenna Samang
    Today, the increased use of private vehicles for travel-shopping activity has caused its own problems of urban transport, such as the increasing use of part of the road as the vehicle parking area. As one of the initial steps in memecahkn the parking problems, this study aimed to analyze and evaluate the parking system that uses a portion of the...
  29. TaylaneSoffenerBerlanga de Araújo, Willian Henrique Vieira, Eliana Guerra Soares, Karina Rodrigues Worman, David Chatack, Elias NaimKassis and Idiberto Jose Zotarelli Filho
    Hospital infections are related to great morbidity and mortality in intensive care units, and the high cost of spending on treatment for the disease. Seeking to establish the profile of the need for oral health care of these patients in preventing periodontal disease as a risk factor for infection nasocomial. A search was made through articles...
  30. Muhammad Chaerul, Muhammad Saleh Pallu, Mary Selintung and Johanes Patanduk
    The research is aimed to determine the amount of heavy metal contamination contained in sedimentary materials in River Lambuluo. The types of heavy metal that would be investigated in this research were As3+, Cd2+, Cr6+, Ni2+, and Fe3+. Observation stations were determined purposefully or purposive sampling based on locations or areas with various...
  31. Sarala Raju, Priya Thomas and Reshmi, R.S.
    Tribals are one of the most vulnerable groups in India. In spite of various kinds of policies and programs they remain the most excluded and live in miserable conditions due to various factors such as geographical isolation, poor healthcare delivery systems, beliefs and customs. Exclusion from development has adversely affected the tribal...
  32. Deepthi Priya, K., Manish. V. Petkar and Chowdary, G. V.
    A newly identified acetic acid bacterial strain Gluconobacter japonicus MTCC 12284 isolated from decayed yellow orange citrus fruits (mandarins) collected from distant locations in Navi Mumbai fruit market biotransformed the terpene hydrocarbon α-(+)-pinene and produced valuable aromatic chemicals, verbenol, verbenone, alpha terpineol and trans-...
  33. Dr. Nikhil Ashok Patil, Dr. Anil Patil and Dr. Sumit Trivedi
    To compare the bupivacaine with buprinorphine and bupivacaine with tramadol mixture in terms of - • Onset of block • Time to achieve complete block • Duration of postoperative analgesia • Incidence of side effects MATERIALS AND METHODS Selection Criteria - ASA physical status I and II patients - Age group 20-50 years. Exclusion Criteria -...
  34. Tulay Ozden
    In this paper, we introduce new Lyapunov-type inequalities for fourth order linear di¤erential equations under the third-point and four-point boundary conditions. The result for four-point boundary conditions improve some existing ones in literature and also, we note that the results for three-point boundary conditions are new.
  35. Nurat Kara, Dr. Sedat Cereci, Hayri Özdemir and Selda Kocacik
    The problem is position of media and function of media organizations which gather available materials and form numerous messages due to their agenda and conduct policy of governments and lives of people. Media organizations gather all interesting materials in the world and form them through their policy and their ideological approaches and people...
  36. Dr. Prashanth Kumar Katta, Dr. sreedhara, S., Dr. Megharaj, D. and Dr. Raghavendra Nagappa
    Dr. Prashanth Kumar Katta, Dr. sreedhara, S., Dr. Megharaj, D. and Dr. Raghavendra Nagappa
  37. Roman Poláček and Pavel Májek
    Nowadays, a large number of chiral analyses are needed, simple and rapid methods for the determination of the enantiomeric composition in pharmaceutical products should be developed. The fluoxetine belongs to the most prescribed antidepressant chiral drugs and its enantiomers have a different duration of serotonin inhibition. This study presents...
  38. Rusli, Happy Ratna Santosa, Ispurwono Soemarno
    Education Donggala has a potency which consists of the settlements of fishermen and coral cape that has attractiveness in natural and cultural tourism. The potency of the region should play an important role in the development of the region. It can be seen from the growth of tourist arrived from year to year, but the fishermen are generally still...
  39. Saheli Chowdhury
    Baryons, especially protons and neutrons, the main constituents of observable matter, were first formed from energy in the early stages of the development of the universe after the Big Bang (according to the Big Bang theory), and hydrogen and helium atoms were created. Later, new and heavier atomic nuclei were formed inside stars from the existing...
  40. Waghmare, S. N., Dr. Raut, D. N., Dr. Mahajan, S. K. and Dr. Bhamare, S. S.
    Despite their high enthusiasm and inherent capabilities to grow, SMEs in India are facing a number of problems like technological obsolescence, increasing domestic and global competition, and change in manufacturing strategies. To survive with such issues and compete with large and global enterprises, SMEs need to adopt innovative approaches in...
  41. Dr. Betty, P. J. and Tintu Antony
    Education is the process of developing the power of adaptation to ever changing social environment. New challenges are there before every society and education plays a vital role in meeting these challenges. Anxiety is a general feeling of not being able to cope with the world. Anxiety has a psychological component, a cognitive aspect,...
  42. Haerany Sirajuddin, Suriamihardja, D. A., Imran, A. M. and Thaha, M. A.
    Type of beach sediment is very important in determining what the beach looks like, beside waves, tides and wind factors. Different beaches have different types of sediment texture. Beach classification can be usefull coastal planner to group beaches of similar characteristics and behaviours. This paper aims to explain beach morphodynamic states...
  43. Eliane Guerra, Taylane Soffener Berlanga de Araújo, Idiberto José Zotarelli Filho, Willian Henrique Vieira, Leandro Tempest, and Ana Paula Bernardes da Rosa
    Education With the advent of composite resin, amalgam is no longer indicated as first treatment option. And so began a successive change in dentistry restorations which disregards the research as the longevity of a restoration. The controversy over mercury contamination emphasized this practice. Thus, this literature review study aims to guide the...
  44. Justine G. Nzweundji, Yves H. Tchiechoua, James Michel T. Tchotet, Pierre F. Djocgoué, Denis N. Omokolo, Nicolas Niemenak, Francis A. Ngome, Nehemie T. Donfagsiteli, Jean Claude H. Mbita Messi and Eddy L. M. Ngonkeu
    Prunus africana is an endangered tree species, endemic to Africa and was included in Appendix II of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). In this study, we described the composition of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) colonized roots and pool of spores of P. africana from three dry Afromountain forests of Cameroon...
  45. Ponmoni, A., Navaneetha Krishnan, S. and Nagarajan, A.
    Let G=(V,E) be a (p,q)- graph. A Triangular divisor cordial labeling of a graph G with vertex set V is a bijectionf∶V→{T_1,T_2,T_3,….,T_p} where T_i is the i^th Triangular number such that if each edge uv is assigned the label 1 if f(u) divides f(v) or f(v) divides f(u) and 0 otherwise, then the number of edges labeled with 0 and the number of...
  46. Kiran Kumar, G.C., Basavabharati, Reshma, M. and Prabha, R.
    Currently, obesity is a major health problem worldwide because of its rising prevalence and strong association with pathological disorders such as cardio vascular diseases, diabetes- type 2, hypertension, infertility and some forms of cancer. Nanotechnology has been developed into a multidisciplinary field of applied science and technology for...

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