October 2015

  1. Gagandeep Kaur and Baljit Singh Khehra
    Digital watermarking is a practice that involves implanting furtive statistics into a host image and extorted out afterward for tenure confirmation. Execution plus concert examination of three diverse methods based on Discrete Wavelet Transform, Discrete Cosine Transform and Singular Value Decomposition are carried out. To verify efficiency of all...
  2. Dr. Smita Nayak
    Tribals are the indigenous people who live in the lap of the nature, and depend on natural resources for their livelihood constitute the major segment of Indian society. Odisha is the home to 62 distinct tribal groups out of which 13 communities are declared as primitive tribes. The state has the third highest tribal population in the country. As...
  3. Prakash F. Yadgire and Umakant B. Chanshetti
    Borophosphate glasses of composition 30Na2O - (60-y) B203 - yP205 -10 Al203 were prepared with the help of melt quench technique and studied the effect of corrosion on it. Polished samples of the borophosphate glass of various compositions were used for experiment. The glasses were characterized using XRD for their structural study. The polished...
  4. Eswaramoorthi, V. and Victor Williams, R.
    (Ba, Sr)TiO3 (BST) thin films doped with Tin were coated by sol-gel method on quartz and stainless steel substrates. The results of X-ray diffraction and FE-SEM analysis had shown that the grain size of BST thin films decreases with dopant concentration. Dielectric properties were investigated as a function of frequency. The dielectric constant...
  5. Raju Ramshakal Sharma, Sharang Sham Deo, Kajal Ramyash Tiwari and Pawar, S. G.
    The field of Robotics is growing fast in order to make the people’s life efficient and easy. There are various machines or robots designed and manufactured in this particular field to help the handicapped people facing the problems like blindness, broken legs or arms, body part dislocation etc. As, there are limitations in the robotic works, the...
  6. Ayyasamy, A. and Dr. Thanapathi, G.
    Zinc oxide (ZnO), a representative of II–VI semiconductor compounds, is a very versatile and important material. ZnO has a unique position among semiconducting oxides due to its piezoelectric and transparent conducting properties. It has a high electrical conductivity and optical transmittance in the visible region. Zinc oxide (ZnO) has extensive...
  7. Pavleen Singh Bali, Aditya Jain, Bhuvnesh Wadhwa, Shuvam Gupta, Harivansh, K. and Raghav, A.K.
    A nano-antenna is a type of solar cell that makes use of infrared radiation to create electricity instead of harnessing visible light to create electricity where infrared radiation is often believed as heat and exists beyond the visible range for humans. Infrared light is emitted from the Earth and also from various industrial processes like waste...
  8. Emima Jeronsia. J, Allwin Joseph, L. and Jerome Das, S.
    A facile and economical precipitation method was adopted to synthesise zinc oxide nanoparticles. The crystallography and optical properties of as synthesised nanoparticles were studied using X-ray diffraction, UV-Visible spectroscopy, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and the morphology of the nanoparticles were revealed via Scanning...
  9. Yildiz, Y.
    Fluoride plays as much more important role in metabolic process. Fluoride ion concentration in tri-calcium phosphate above 5.0 mg/100 g creates health hazards. Many methods have been devised for the determination of fluorine. In this study, Ion-Selective Electrode Method has been used for the determination of fluoride in tri-basic calcium...
  10. Mrharrab, L. and Elbasset, A.
    Lead zirconate titanate PbZr0.52Ti0.48O3 (PZT52) sample was prepared using the conventional solid state reaction. The nanosized PZT52 sample shows a mixture of phases tetragonal and rhombohedral, and a grain size of about 31 nm calculated from the Scherrer equation. The sample sintered at 900 °C for 4 hours showed a diffuse maximum of the...
  11. Astuti
    The purpose of this research was to determine the effect of probiotic LAB isolates of Streptococcus thermophillus of fish waste on the cholesterol levels of broiler chicken meat. This research material is Hubart Strain male broiler production PT Multi Breeder Adirama much as 40 chicken attain the age of 1 day. Lactate Acid bacteria (BAL) used in...
  12. Fa Dai, Yuxiang Ji, Shaobai Wen, Na Li, and Jun Zhang
    A naphthalimide derivative was successfully synthesized and characterized as an Al3+-selective fluorescent probe. An obvious red-shift of the signal was observed in the presence of Al3+ in ethanol solution. This proposed probe exhibited a dynamic response range for Al3+ from 1.3 × 10-6 to 7.0 × 10-6 M with a detection limit of 8.2 × 10-7 M.
  13. BATIONO-KANDO Pauline, NANEMA K. Romaric, KIÉBRE Zakaria, SAWADOGO Boureima, KIÉBRE Mariam, NÉBIE Baloua, SAWADOGO Nerbéwendé, TRAORÉ R. Ernest, SAWADOGO Mahamadou, and ZONGO Jean-Didier
    To determine genetic diversity among 43 cultivars of Kumba group (Solanum aethiopicum L.), 17 simple sequence repeat (EST-SSR) markers were tested. Nine (9) EST-SSR markers used were polymorphic among the accessions studied. A total of 19 alleles were identified with an average of 2 alleles per marker. Furthermore, the accessions studied showed...
  14. Upendra, P. Kumara Babu, P. Maruthi, Y. Sajan Kumarji Rao, U. Subha, M.C.S. and Chowdoji Rao, K.
    The Plain sodium alginate (NaAlg) and 5 wt % and 10 wt % phosphotungstic acid(PWA) incorporated NaAlg membranes have been fabricated by solution casting followed by solvent evaporation. The membranes formed were crosslinked with glutaraldehyde and tested for PV dehydration of isopropanol from their aqueous feed mixtures at water concentrations (5...
  15. Liyun Gao, Yuxiang Ji, Shaobai Wen, Jun Zhang and Lin Wu
    Three sulfur-contained schiff-bases were synthesized in high yields. The structure of these compounds was characterized by IR, MS and NMR.
  16. Jeyanthi Juliet, A. and Dr. Denisia, S.P.
    Today's mathematics teachers are experiencing major changes not only in the mathematics content they teach, but also in the way they teach. Now teachers are called on to teach new, more challenging mathematics to a very diverse audience using active learning approaches designed to develop understanding. In this paper, I address the challenge and...
  17. Souphinh Vongphachanh, Noh Heekyung and Park Changsoo
    This paper aim to model residents’ satisfaction for support of tourism development expansion based on the factors found to influence residents’ satisfaction, and to compare between two groups of residents’ attitudes toward supporting of tourism development expansion. Social exchange theory was used and support for tourism development model with...
  18. Dr. Virendra Singh Chundawat
    Addition of history, political science, economics, geography, philosophy is one quarter of sociology. Other quarter is made of psychology. Half of sociology is still developing with its research and methodology as the lab is complete globe and solution is required for whole human species. With different agents of socialization we develop the prime...
  19. Thongkhanthang, P.
    The present paper tries to investigate the association between the selected urban facilities and the increasing dominance of Class-I cities over lower order towns (Census of India, 2001) and also attempts to show the growth patterns of towns and cities (Census of India, 1901 to 2001) in the North East Region of India. The study found that...
  20. Rachmat Kriyantono, Moh Fajar Shodiq Ramadlan and Andi Setiawan
    The article aims to explore hidden advertising phenomenon in the era of local election in East Java. Based on the Indonesia constitution (UUD) 1945 article 28 which is implemented in the Act No 40/1999 about the principles of press and the Act No 32/2002 about broadcasting, it is stated that society has the right to obtain information. In...
  21. Vu Van Thai
    This paper discusses an outcome-based approach to quality management (QM) in higher education (HE) in order to bridge the gap between the academia and reality. Underpinned by the theories of Outcome-Based Education (OBE), the approach comprises three main domains: identifying, achieving and measuring intended learning outcomes (ILOs). The key...
  22. Valiollah Shahbazkhani
    Agriculture sector is a very important sector in Iran's economy. The government pays a huge subsidy for consumption.The research attempts to study the impact of Government Development Costs (GDC) and Current Government Expenses (CGE) on the growth of agricultural sector in the process of trade liberalisation. We used in this paper, Solow's model...
  23. Dr. Usha, C. and Dr. Shridhara. B. S.
    The Panchakarma therapy is not merely a therapeutic regime but also health promotive and preventive measure to protect from the diseases. Panchakarma therapy has a direct impactover both the healthy as well as in the ailing. Vamana Karma is considered as the first, major and arduous procedure of Panchakarma therapy. Literally, Vamana Karma means...
  24. Asit Kumar Jana and Madhumita Jana
    Traditionally, fishing is one of the most important economic activities in our country, as well as the whole world. Fish accounts for nearly one-fifth of all animal protein in the human diet. Around one billion people rely on fish as their primary protein source. The place Sankarpur situated along the continental coast and fish as a source of...
  25. Rupesh Andhrutkar and Yogesh Kumar Upadhyay
    Behavioral Training and Business Performance Relationship: The success of an organization is logically linked to the actions of its people in right direction at right degree. In today’s global competitive environment only performing yesterday’s action (s) has no assurance of success and its people need to constantly reinvent the wheel in order to...
  26. Agbionu Edwin, O., Chieke Joseph and Nwachukwu Ifeyinwa
    The early economists, long in the past, saw land as the chief source of the wealth of a nation, but with time it was discovered that countries with rich gifts of nature like fertile land and abundant mineral deposits were not doing better in development. Emphasis then shifted to manpower development, level of technology and capacity utilization....
  27. Kuthe Surendra, B. and More Sachin, S.
    Status of other processed fruits and vegetables in respect of its export from India was studied for the period from the year 1989-90 to 2013-14 with respect to major export destinations. Status was examined by estimating mean, compound growth rate, instability and diversification. Ray method was used to estimate the instability and diversification...
  28. Darshan Kumar, Shahima Akhter and Piyush Malaviya
    A survey of household energy consumption pattern was carried out in village Dandesar of tehsil Nowshera, district Rajouri (J&K, India). The major fuel types fulfilling the energy demand of local people in study area were wood, LPG, crop residue and dung cake. Fuel wood constituted the major share of consumption which was 100.74×106 kcal/month...
  29. Saliha Koc
    The most important problem of 21 century medicine is that reliable, proven and valid information is kept where the service is provided. Health services can be provided at various points of the health institution also at various institutions of the health system, and services can be received simultaneously from many various disciplines. Therefore,...
  30. Dr. Adeeb Al- Amoush and Dr. Qasem Abu Shaqra
    A Vitamin B12 deficiency is a prevalent health problem worldwide. Screening populations for this deficiency is neither feasible nor recommended. Available strategies advocate testing when signs and symptoms are suggestive of vitamin B12 deficiency. The aim of this investigation was to determine the referral trend of Vitamin B12 by health service...
  31. Sonia Marrakchi, Ben Tanfous, A., Zouari, B., Mrabet, A., Kammoun, I. and Kachboura, S.
    Introduction: We report the first single-centre experience in Tunisia with the navigation system in an unselected subset of patients with atrial fibrillation (AF). Material and Methods: Data were recorded prospectively of all consecutive patients who underwent atrial fibrillation ablation with radiofrequency and 3D mapping navigation system at the...
  32. Marcio Alcaraz Siqueira, Idiberto José Zotarelli Filho, Elias NaimKassis, Ana Paula Bernardes Da Rosa, Taylane Soffener Berlanga de Araújo, Marcelo André Ramires and Carlos Alberto Costa Neves Buchala
    Background: After a century of development and evolution of orthodontics as a science, through global dissemination of Facial Orthopedics procedures we come on the eve of the 3rd Millennium without a unanimous consensus on this issue. Using simple preventive and interceptive orthodontic procedures such as those aimed at maintaining space or its...
  33. Prakashappa, T. H. and Pavan Kumar Reddy, K.
    Giant cell tumor (GCT) of bone arising from a phalanx of a finger is extremely rare. Here were re reporting a rare case of giant cell tumour of proximal phalanx of ring finger which was initially treated with curettage of lesion & bone grafting. After 2 yrs patient again developed similar complaints and diagnosed as recurrent G.C.T. Patient...
  34. Usharani Devi, M. Lokhendro, H. and Dr. Manojkumar, R.K.
    Objectives: Penicillium marneffei, the causative agent of Penicilliosis is a common opportunistic fungal infection in AIDS patients in Manipur. A preliminary study was conducted to determine the prevalence of P. marneffei and to study its co- relation with CD4 count from AIDS patients in Manipur. Methods: A total of 200 samples from 161 patients...
  35. Thressia John
    The study was conducted to assess the knowledge of mothers regarding nutritional needs of children in a selected hospital, Ludhiana, Punjab. The aim of the study was to assess the knowledge of mothers regarding nutritional needs of children with a view to find out the deficit areas and prepare guidelines on nutritional needs. Non experimental...
  36. Akafyi, D. E.,Oko, J. O., Audu, J. A., Ibrahim IsaDanzarami, D. and Esther Ogwuche
    This study was undertaken to assess the prevalence of Hepatitis B Surface Antigen and determine the risk factors associated with the transmission of the infection among subjects in the study area. One hundred and fifty samples were screened using a one-step, rapid chromatographic immunoassay hepatitis B surface antigen test strip. Blood samples...
  37. Iquo. B, Otu-Bassey, Mbah. M., Usang, A. I., Konlak. D. Gilbert and Daniel, H.B.
    The Key pads of seventy four (74) Automated Teller machines (ATMS) were examined in Calabar Metropolis to determine the public health implications of microorganisms isolated from the machines and their potentials as reservoirs of microbes. Swab sticks dipped in sterile peptone water and swabbed on the ATM keypads were cultured, physiological and...
  38. Karina R. Worman, Taylane Soffener Berlanga De Araújo, David Chatack, Willian Henrique Vieira, Leandro Tempeste, Ana Paula Bernardes Da Rosa, and Idiberto José Zotarelli Filho
    The purpose of this literature review is to demonstrate the importance of dental surgeon in the hospital staff so that patient care is always carried out in an integrated and preventive manner. The oral hygiene performed correctly and dental treatment can prevent even greater health problems the patient's health, since the oral microbiota could be...
  39. Gajanand Mittal, Rajni Gaind, Verma, P. K. and Monorama Deb
    Introduction – Invasive diagnostic and therapeutic methods have saved many lives. On the other hand it can cause some life threatening consequences due to infections. Bacterial infection in the lower respiratory tracts remains a main complication of tracheal intubation. The incidence of nosocomial pneumonia varies from 9% to 68%. Knowledge of...
  40. Nur Hamim, Tjipto Suwandi and Ah Yusuf
    Background and Objectives: Caring Behaviors an attitude of caring, respect and respect for others, it means to give one's attention and learning preferences and how a person thinks and acts. Behavior Caring nurse found the results of the assessment, dissatisfaction inpatients to nursing services reached 24%, not the behavior of Caring, From the...
  41. Dr. Srinivas, P.S.S. and Dr. Satyanarayana, V.V.
    Objective: (1) To assess the knowledge, attitude and practices of hypertensive patients. (2) To assess the risk factors and associated co-morbidities in them. Material and Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted at Shivaji Nagar urban slum which is a field practice area of Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, of TN Medical College...
  42. Omed Salar Hama Saeed, Khoshy Smko Fatehulla, and Darwn Saeed Abdulateef
    A tooth with delayed eruption or not exposing to erupt is called impacted tooth. Third molars, maxillary canines, maxillary and mandibular premolars, and maxillary central incisors are the teeth most frequently involved. The impacted tooth makes many problems to orthodontic treatment. When impacted canine is identified early, extraction of the...
  43. Merline, X., Dr. Chitra, G. and Dr. Dhanalakshmi, B.
    Nutritional quality of a food is very important. The nutritional importance of seafood has increased substantially because of beneficial effects of eating seafood fats and oils. The present study deals with nutritional and microbial quality of edible marine fish Sardinella longiceps. The proximate composition of protein, carbohydrate and lipid...
  44. Sawant, A. A., Thakor, N.J. and Dhekale, J.S.
    The horse gram commonly known as kulith is a traditional unexploited tropical grain legume and well known for its hardiness, adaptability to poor soil and adverse climatic condition. The horse gram is a cheapest source of protein. Further it is also rich in minerals such as calcium. The present work is undertaken with a view to add value addition...
  45. Jyotika Brari and Thakur, D. R.
    In the present study, eight pure monoterpenes: citronellol, geraniol, linalool, eugenol, thymol, cinnamaldehyde, p-cymene and α-pinene were tested for their fumigant toxicity against four stored product pests, Callosobruchus analis, Sitophilus oryzae, Stegobium paniceum and Tribolium castaneum. Monoterpenes tested showed varying degrees of...
  46. Yandia Simplice Prosper, Wouyou D. Agapit, Silla Semballa, Dambier Dominique, Gandonou Christophe Bernard and Toukourou Fatiou
    Cassava (Manihot esculenta, crantz), is an important root crop in the tropics and substropics of Africa and Latin American. It is vegetatively propagated crop. Due to the following cycles of propagation, viruses are accumulated, which contributes to the decline of cassava yield and quality. Stem cuttings of four cassava accessions Six-mois, Rendre...
  47. Neil Bogahalande, Siong Choy Chong, Karuthan Chinna and Abdool Ali Khatibi
    This study aims to investigate the impact of leadership styles on organisational innovativeness in the Sri Lankan plantation sector, with organisational culture as the mediating variable. Using a self-administered questionnaire, data was collected from 235 estate managers based on the constructs identified in the literature. The findings provide...
  48. Ehsan Ullah Khan and Ji-Hong Liu
    The current study was conducted to develop Agrobacterium-mediated transformation protocol for mature seed-derived callus tissues of Citrus cultivar ‘GWZ’ (Gailiangcheng orange x Weizhang Satsuma mandarin) using gfp as reporter. Transformation experiments were performed with Agrobacterium tumefaciens strain ‘EHA-105’, harboring a binary vector ‘...
  49. Dr. Karthiyayini, R. and Dr. Ramaprabha, M.
    The Solanum nigrum L. Leaves were selected to screen pharmacognostic and phytochemical studies. Plant material was collected from farmlands in Coimbatore district, Tamilnadu, India. Solanum nigrum L. is a well-known leafy vegetable and also a medicinal plant, which has been valued in ancient system of medicine. The leaf extracts were subjected to...
  50. Hossein Kavoosi-Kalashami and Saheb Badriposhteh
    The Climate variability and proper production potential in agricultural sector allow increasing export earnings by focusing on agricultural exports' development. Comparative advantage measurement is one of very useful criteria for optimized resources' allocation in countries with an open economy and an important role in international trade....
  51. Philip E. Agbonifo
    Natural gas exploration activities have been singled out as a source of the lingering poverty and a direct negation of the concept of sustainable development in the peasant rural communities. Thus, this paper examines the impact of natural gas exploration activities on the lingering poverty in the Niger Delta region. Essentially, the main...
  52. Haxhihyseni, A., Haxhihyseni, D. and Tavo, V.
    Objective: To evaluate the efficacy and safety of culdotomy in surgical tubal sterilization and extrauterine tubal pregnancy, ruptured or intact. Methods: This is a prospective study of 11 cases of extrauterine tubal pregnancy and 29 cases of tubal sterilization subjected to transvaginal adnexal surgery via culdotomy from 2009-2014. Results: We...
  53. Thiyagarajan, C. and Thirumalaivasan, P.
    The β-lactam antibiotics have long been a cornerstone for the treatment of bacterial infection. Recently, a readily transferable antibiotic resistance factor called the New Delhi metallo-Beta-lactamase-1 (NDM-1) has been found to confer enteric bacteria resistance to nearly all β-lactams antibiotics, including the heralded carbapenems, posing a...
  54. Firat Erdogan, Ilke Ozahi Ipek, Mustafa Eliacik, Neslihan Arici, Omer Faruk Demirel, and Omer Ceran
    Objective: To measure the psychosocial status of mothers who had babies with infantile colic (IC) in a prospective-design study. Methods: This prospective, randomized and controlled study was conducted between April 2013 and October 2013 in the Istanbul Medipol Hospital. Mothers and their newborns were stratified into two groups as Group A (...

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