December 2015

  1. Serif Esendemir
    The sociology of leisure has always drawn the attention of the academicians. In particular, the discussion on the leisure activities of the older adults has moved to the front burner in the developmental sciences such as applied gerontology in the recent years. That’s because the later years are relatively seen as free time for the individual...
  2. Corsinovi Paola and Gaeta Davide
    The objective of this work is to examine the harmonization mechanism trough the creation process of a new food and wine law in Bosnia and Herzegovina, combining domestic wine regulations and European legislative frameworks. The aim is to understand the genesis of the conflict that hinders the development process and represents a barrier to trade...
  3. Ezgi Ertuzun and Beyza Merve Akgul
    The recreation types of individuals started to vary with the changing world, depending upon the regional differences or their country conditions. The effects of recreation activities becoming the requirement of the changing world on people by active and passive participation arouse interest. Starting from this point of view, in this study, the...
  4. Asma’a Al-mahbashi, Dr. Noorizah Mohd Noor and Dr. Zaini Amir
    A shift in emphasis toward language learners over the last two decades has generated a great interest of research focusing on learners’ individualities and language learning. In most EFL context, particularly in Yemen, teaching of English language is still dominated by the teacher-centered approach that almost ignores learners’ different...
  5. Khali Mofuoa
    Agriculture is the lifeblood of majority of people in southern Africa. It has been the mainstay of development path for years in the region, and it remains the most important sector for food, income and employment for many southern Africans. Whilst subsistence farming is historically the most practiced form of agriculture in southern Africa, there...
  6. Seema Gupta and Masood Hasan
    While ever increasing demand for healthcare services after allowance of 100% FDI under automatic route in health care sector, on one hand, brings enormous opportunities and huge potentials for profits causing foreign players and non resident Indians to enter the Indian healthcare market. On another hand, this huge potential and profit making...
  7. Jayadevan, C. M.
    Asia is the largest populous continent on earth with 30% of the world's land area and 60% of the world's current population as of 2013. It also has the highest growth rate today, and its population almost quadrupled during the 20th century. Asia has the two most populous countries in its borders: China with an estimated population of 1.36...
  8. Dr. Jeelan Basha
    The research on asset volatility in financial market is the foundation of finance. To measure and predict asset volatility accurately, Bollerslev built a generalised ARCH (GARCH) model based on the ARCH model. The GARCH process is often preferred by financial modelling professionals because it provides a more real-world context than other forms...
  9. Dedani Mlilo, Mlamuleli Mhlangaa, Busani Moyoc, Givious Sisitob, Richard Mwembeb, 1Boat Sibandaa, Obey Dagab and Shadreck Ncubeb
    Malignant Catarrhal Fever (MCF) is a regularly sporadic disease of cattle in farms where there is contact between cattle and wildebeests. A study was conducted in smallholder and commercial farms close to Matopos National Park with the aim to determine farmer perceptions on the importance, possible transmission and control of MCF. Information was...
  10. Dr. Anumeha Narwal, Dr. Anshul Chugh, and Dr. Anshul Chugh
    Ankyloglossia, or tongue tie, refers to an abnormally short lingual frenum. It is recognized but poorly defined condition and has been reported to cause feeding difficulties, dysarthria, dyspnea and social or mechanical problems. It varies in degree of severity from mild causes; characterized by mucous membrane bands to complete ankyloglossia...
  11. Ozer Birge, Suzan Tunc, Seda Ozyegin, Ilkan Kayar, Utku Akgor, Mustafa Melih Erkan, Alparslan Merdin and Deniz Arslan
    Background: We aimed to investigate the relationship between the severity of uterine prolapse and epidemiological factors behind the uterine prolapse. Material and Methods: 4230 patients were analyzed in this study. All the patients were admitted to Nyala Sudan-Turkish Training and Research Hospital. 97 of the all patients had total uterine...
  12. Dr. Narotham Reddy, K., Siddarama, R., Shree Hari, H., Bushrah Anjum, B. and Venkata Subbaiah, M.Dr. Narotham Reddy, K., Siddarama, R., Shree Hari, H., Bushrah Anjum, B. and Venkata Subbaiah, M.
    The main aim of this study was to estimate the extent of problem with suggestion to social demography, motivation and to record adverse effects of topical corticosteroids (TCs) and fairness creams misuse on the face. This study was conducted from January 15 to April 24, 2015. The undesirable effects in patients using topical corticosteroids (with...
  13. Taha Ahmed Mohmmad Alkarboly
    Background: Colorectal cancer (CRC) is one of the most common types of cancer worldwide. In Asia the incidence of CRC is increasing. It is now the second most common cause of death in western countries. Objectives: To evaluate the socio-demographic, clinical, endoscopic and histopathological characteristics of patient with colorectal cancer at...
  14. Kalpita Mulye, Zahera Momin, Jayashree Pawar, Yash Deshpande, Subhash Khatri and Siddhi Gore
    Natural dyes and pigments are of great importance due to their non-toxic and ecofriendly properties. The colour of Beta vulgaris roots is an important quality characteristic and thus they are regarded as valuable raw material as natural food colourant, additive and for dye production. This study focuses on the use of beetroot extract at various...
  15. Rania Algroom, Khaled Al-Kubaisy, Maissa Shawagfeh, Hamad Al-Jamaien and Dr. Adeeb Al- Amoush
    So far, no studies have been performed in Jordan to look at association of ABO blood groups with high serum cholesterol and triglyceride. These biochemical markers are strongly implicated in the development of cardiovascular diseases. Recently, it has been identified ABO as focus for thrombosis, myocardial infarction and cardiovascular biomarkers...
  16. Toms, V. L., Subin Solomen, Jimshad, T. U.
    Background: The growing popularity of sports and exercise is focusing attention on the injuries that may occur in addition to the health benefits. Judo one of the Japanese traditional martial arts in now the most widely practiced martial arts in the world. Judo includes at least four technical aspects throw, hold down, choke and arm lock. Each of...
  17. Ko, J. K., Dr. Lin, Y. H., Dr. Yen, M.H., Dr. Clark, M. J. and Dr. Chen, J. Y.
    Improving the lifestyles of caregivers of children with disability helps to maintain their families’ health while dealing with problems of disability, increases their quality of life. The purpose of this study was to understand the relationship of risk demographics to scores on the Health Promotion Lifestyles Profile (HPLP) and it’s subscales in...
  18. Dr. Manab Nandy, Partha Sarkar, Rabindranath Das, Suhrita Paul, Pragnadyuti Mondal and Nirmal Polle
    Clarithromycin is an oral antimicrobial used increasingly in pediatric bacterial infections. We report a case ofmaculopapular rash and arthralgia following administration of Clarithromyc in for lower respiratory tract infection in a four-year-old female child. On discontinuation of the antibiotic, the child recovered full function of the knee...
  19. Hristov Nikolai, Pesheva Peshka, Zahariev Vili and Dimitrova Diana
    The paper examines the developments in Bulgarian health care since 1989. During this period the national health system underwent a major transformation from state health care to a public insurance system. This process has been accompanied by significant legislative, organizational and functional changes and is not completed yet. The article traces...
  20. Bhawna Sharma, Dr. Dimple Kasana and Shipra Jain
    Health care associated infection (HCAI) is a serious problem both in patient care and amongst health care workers (HCW) which adversely affect the mortality and morbidity despite antimicrobial therapy and advances in supportive care. Today over 1.4 billon people worldwide are suffering from HCAI. Although the role of the hand and nasal flora of...
  21. Anil T John, Dr. H. R. Rai, Dr. Vinod Kumar and Jimshad T. U.
    Background: Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) is a common problem among adolescents and young adults especially in soccer players, cyclists, rowers, volleyball players, ballet dancers, horseback riders, tennis players and runners as well as housewives.1Objective of the study was to find out whether ultrasound therapy with exercises or patellar...
  22. Singh, T. B., Ausaf Ahmad and Usha
    Background and Objectives: The body mistakenly considers some parts of its own system as pathogen and attack them, are known as autoimmune diseases. The auto-immune diseases are Rheumatoid Arthritis(RA), SLE, etc. are growing day by day worldwide. Till date no aetiological agents are documented for this disease. This study is carried out to with...
  23. Sheeba Farhan and Dr. Amena Zehra Ali
    Teachers are seen as generation builders. Their academic knowledge serves as their tool to better guide their students. For this tool to be successfully utilized it is frequently observed that demographic factors are appeared to be one of those influential factors that have vital impacts on their life; especially, the performance of a person. This...
  24. Bayu Wahyudi, FirmanFuad Wirakusumah, Muhammad Nurhalim Shahib, Elsa Pudji Setiawati and Ida Parwati
    This article aimed to examine the relationship between intrinsic and extrinsic factors characteristics in the nosocomial infection case patients caused by the Klebsiella pneumoniaebacterium which is resistant to antibiotic of carbapenem type. The subjects of this study were the patients hospitalized at Dr. Hasan Sadikin General Hospital Bandung in...
  25. Parvinder Singh
    In size India has third largest higher educational system in the world, next to China and to United States. It grows rapidly after independence. In terms of the number of educational institutes, India has an upper rank in the world. It consists of three phases as funding, philanthropic to public and then to private financing. Changing...
  26. Kalpana Trivedi and Ankit Kumar
    The coordination compound of palladium and platinum metal are use in homogenous catalysis and developed many organometallic compound which are mainly use in the arrylation of olefins and coupling reaction between substituted aromatic compound with olefins. Some researchers note that arylation was found the on a π-carbon atom of styrene and...
  27. Rajan, D. and Beulah, A.
    In this paper we contemplate on the study on monotone (uniformly) auto continuous regular set multi functions. Lusin’s theorem is generalized to uniformly auto continuous measure spaces. Egroffs theorem for fuzzy measures is proved on this theoretical setting.
  28. Pardhasarathy, T. and Vijayabhaskar, C.
    This paper presents an area-time-efficient systolic structure for multiplication over GF(2m) based on irreducible all-one polynomial(AOP). We have used a novel cut-set retiming to reduce the duration of the critical-path to one XOR gate delay. It is further shown that the systolic structure can be decomposed into two or more parallel systolic...
  29. Serikova, E., Strelnikova, E. and Yakovlev, V.
    The paper treats the issue concerned with flooding the urban territories of Ukraine. Large Ukrainian cities are characterized by systematically increasing the groundwater level in built-up areas and expanding areas of flooding. Additional groundwater replenishment is growing together with leaks volume. There are 60% of leaks in some regions. Today...
  30. Rakesh Firodiya and Upendra Saharkar
    The manufacturing industry has developed Total Quality Management (TQM) concepts, first applied in Japan and in recent years used in the United States, which have increased productivity, decreased product cost and improved product reliability. TQM focuses on process improvement, customer and supplier involvement, teamwork, and training and...
  31. Sukriti Kohli, Nitika Mishra and Dharmveer Singh Rajpoot
    Speech recognition is emerging as a contemporary research topic wherein many studies are conducted to optimize the efficiency of speech recognition and thereafter, suggest relevant documents, texts or any other source of information required by the users. With many real world applications, clustering can be efficiently used for the purpose of...
  32. Alda M. Otoboni, Sandra M. Barbalho, Paulo Marinelli, Roberta A. R. Lopes, Thamyris R. de Souza, Marie Oshiiwa, Adriana Meneghini, Erika Oliva, Cláudia N. O. Bezerra Cláudia C. T. Nicolau and Mariane B. Moura
    Apple and cashew nectars are well accepted by Brazilian consumers and promise important sources of bioactive compounds. The aim of this study was to determine the physicochemical characteristics of cashew and apple nectars of different brands and compare them with Brazilian Legislation. Analysis was made in triplicate for pH, Brix, acidity,...
  33. Ergashev, А., Yakubov, G., Matchanov, А. and Turaeva, N.
    The possibility of developing of biotechnology and agrotechnology of indigofera plants in ecologically salted and degraded lands of the Aral Sea region was studied. A new salt-resistant variety of indigofera “Feruz-1” and its agrotechnology of cultivation and biotechnology for obtaining of drug & dye pigment indigo has been developed....
  34. Hala Almobasher A. Almobasher and Magda Mohammed. M. Ahmed
    A simple method was developed for direct shoot regeneration of wheat (Triticumaestivum L.). Various types of plant growth regulators singly or in combinations were investigated. Regenerated plantlets from wheat embryogenic callus were placed in MS medium supplemented with different types and concentrations of growth regulators. Shoot seedlings...
  35. Neelam Rani, Manikant Yadav and Mathur, Y. K.
    The electrical properties of plasma are important in applications of electromagnetic are the conductivity, electrical permittivity and magnetic permeability. With these parameters known, propagation of electromagnetic waves in plasma can be inspected thoroughly. Since ions and electrons are the constituents of plasma, interaction of...
  36. Anto, M. and Suganya, V.
    In this paper, we investigate the topological properties ofg ̂**s-closed sets and g ̂**s-open sets.Their relationship with already defined sets also studied.
  37. Dao Van Bay and Khuat Quang Son
    Chromium (VI) has been determined with 1,5-diphenylcarbazide under conditions like pH = 1.65; the ratio of nDPC/(nCr(VI)) = 2.18 (by mol); The calibration curve for determination of chromium was also established as A = (0.8324 ± 0.00901).CCr + (0.0086 ± 0.00506). The total chromium in the water, rice and water spinach was analyzed. The...
  38. Hoang-Hieu Ha and Kwong Fai Andrew Lo
    Hydropower is a renewable energy source, but can have huge impacts on freshwater ecosystems, fisheries, and flood dependent agriculture. New hydropower dams have already threatened some of the world’s most ecologically diverse river basins such as the Amazon, the Zambezi and the Mekong. They may partially dehydrate the landscapes and influence the...
  39. Prathmesh Achyut Kestikar, Vrushali Karne, Atul Gutal, Akshata Kasliwal and Priya Thakare
    Getting different views and articles about any specific news, from different sources, can be done by news contextualization. The solution for news contextualization would be integrating all the textual and pictorial information about the news topic, that can be found on various social networking sites and news sites, and, displaying them all in a...
  40. Bui Ha Phuong, M.A.
    The focuses of paper are on the understanding of collaborative information behavior (CIB)and literature review in models of CIB. This paper also analyzes the role of academic libraries in supporting CIB within academic communities. The methodology was used in this paper is analyzing literature review and theoretical discussion on CIB. The purposes...
  41. Nidhi Verma and Indu Bansal
    The purpose of this study was to determine if there exist any relationship between various levels and various dimensions of the home environment of students with Class IV and V of Lucknow region. For study a sample of 1240 students of IV and V Class in which 661 in class IV and 579 in class V was chosen from various Primary schools of Lucknow to...
  42. Shaista Parveena, Upasanaa and Archana Chakravartya
    Mitochondrial dysfunction is heavily noticed by increasing production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) production that are generated as a byproduct of aerobic respiration and various other metabolic processes. To regulate the level of ROS in the human body calorie restriction (CR) and antioxidant plays a dramatic role in maintaining the metabolism...
  43. Alma Tariro Muropa, Elijah Miinda Ateka, David Mburu, Shadreck Ncube and Givious Sisito
    Agricultural productivity in sub Saharan African (SSA) countries, especially Zimbabwe, has been reducing despite the many investments made in the development and promotion of agricultural technology. Conservation agriculture (CA) is a technology that has availed solutions to agricultural production constraints, land degradation and low crop yields...
  44. Opawale, Benjamin Oyewale, Onifade Anthony Kayode and Ogundare Ayodele Oluyemisi
    This study evaluated the antioxidant and effect of pH and temperature on the antibacterial efficacy of the stem bark extracts (acetone and ethanol) of Trichilia heudelotii on some pathogenic bacteria using standard procedures. The percentage yields were 9.62±0.01% and 10.20±0.10% while the antioxidant activity of the plant extracts was...
  45. Ayesha Sadiqa, Khajista Jabeen and Sumera Iqbal
    AmaranthusviridisL. leaves, stem and roots were selected to find out their antifungal properties against a phytopathogenic fungus Botrytis cinereaPers. Ex Fr. Extracts of leaves, stems and roots were prepared in methanol and their different concentrations were tested against B. cinerea. All the applied conc. of leaves extract viz. 1%, 2% & 3...
  46. Vu Anh Tuan, Tran Thi Hanh, Pham Thi Thanh Phuong, Phan Thi Thanh Thuy, Ha Thi Thuy, Do Nang Vinh and Tran Dang Khanh
    In this study, we have reported an efficient protocol for induction of callus and regeneration without sterliztion step of some sugarcane cultivars. Callus induction from young leaf tissues was attained from MS culture medium supplemented with different concentrations of the growth regulator substances. The results showed that the highest callus...
  47. Boonsong Thansrithong and Abram J. Bicksler
    Rice is a staple food of many parts of the world, with Thailand consistently in the top 3 global rice exporters. However, due to the practice of costly input utilization over several decades, the sustainability and biological backbone of rice production has deteriorated around the country, pushing many Thai farmers to use more synthetic chemical...
  48. Bhawna Sharma, Dr. Dimple Kasana and Shipra Jain
    Apple Health care associated infections (HCAIs) are increasing among patients and drawing governments and regulatory bodies. Proper bio medical waste (BMW) management reduces cross infection in hospitals, but compliance to follow these rules and recommended instructions is commonly poor. A pilot study was conducted over a period of 3 months in a...
  49. Dong Thi Kim Cuc, Ha Minh Thanh, Le Thanh Nhuan, Le Thu Hien, Tran Thi Loan and Tran Dang Khanh
    The objective of this study was to evaluate late leaf spot (LLS) disease resistance of 64 peanut lines/varieties. There were 5 varieties, namely number of 17, 23, 24, 44 and 46 which showed infection of spots late with severe rates from 11.22 to 13.74%; disease index from 1.55 to 1.77%, respectively. Total 460 peanut samples caused by...
  50. Maniga Wohi, Souleymane Coulibaly, Benjamen N’zué Yao, Thiemele Deless Edmond Fulgence and Kablan Tano
    Many local plantain cultivars are staple foods and many consumers are still not necessarily the subject of scientific studies. This study was carried out to investigate the nutrient and antinutrients contents of 9 local cultivars of plantain. The plantain pulps were removed from the fruits, leaving the peels only. The pulps where thoroughly washed...
  51. Tabinda Sehar, Zargar, M. Y., Baba, Z. A. and Nazish Nazir
    Changes in extracellular enzyme activities and microbial populations were studied during normal compost and vermicomposting process of fruit pulp, vegetable and groundnut waste and cow dung. The microbial numbers and their extracellular enzyme profiles showed relative variation and were found increasingly more abundant in vermicompost than in...

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