April 2016

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  1. Billystrom Jivetti, Stephen Jeanetta, Mary L. Grigsby and Jere L. Gilles
    For several decades, international development has focused on to helping rural communities in Africa attain economic development. The Millennium Villages Promise is a community-based Development strategy designed to facilitate the attainment of Millennium Development Goals in target sectors of education, agriculture, health, and infrastructure....
  2. Wang Aimin, Ge Yanxiang and Geng Xiangyan
    Understanding the connotation and principles of ecological compensation in water source reserve areas is the basis and guarantee for establishing and improving the ecological compensation mechanism of water source reserve areas. This paper firstly reviews the three stages of ecological compensation research progress. Based on the review, using the...
  3. Sandeep Aryapost
    Background: Population aging is observed world-wide. As per Census 2011, elderly constitutes 7.4% population of India. It is expected to increase to 19% in 2050. The geriatric assessment is a multidimensional, multidisciplinary assessment designed to evaluate an older person's functional ability Objectives: to determine the functional status of...
  4. Sudhakar, K. and Dr. N.O. Nellaiyapen
    The aim of the study is to find out the relationship between academic achievementand parental encouragement of high school students with reference to Gender and Locality of the student. In the present study normative survey method was employed and to assess the academic achievement of the high school students (X standard students), the board...
  5. Karabi Das and Kanailal Das
    The Indian Sundarban forms a part of the single largest halophytic ecosystem of the world. The Indian Sundarban is 9630 km2 in area. Among 102 islands, 54 are reclaimed. Physiographically, the Indian Sundarban forms a deltaic plain, criss- crossed by an intricate network of tidal channels which have now severed from their fresh water upland...
  6. Ardeshir, Jahani and Hossein, Akbarzadeh Mohammadabadi
    According to Fisher and Frey (2009) a student’s prior knowledge about a subject is probably the best predictor of reading comprehension. The present study aimed at investigating the difference between reading texts with and without topic in high school students studying in Iran’s school in Tajikestan. Forty eleventh grade students (20 males and 20...
  7. Amen Tayo P. Dovoédo
    The purpose of this paper is to suggest a methodology for agricultural producers’ prices policies assessment in an open developing economy. The issue is here considered for countries with a “dual” agricultural sector, that is an agricultural sector composed of an industry oriented or export oriented subsector, and of a subsistence subsector...
  8. Munish Mishra, Ratna Srivastava, Lav Kesharwani and Nidhi Sharma
    The identification of semen is often an important issue in the investigation of rape and other crimes involving sexual assault. The most commonly used procedures for semen identification focus on the visualization of sperm or of prostatic acid phosphatase activity. Methods involving the visualization of spermine, choline, or semen antigens are...
  9. Puleno Kennao, Munish Kumar Mishra, Lav Kesharwani,
    The proliferations of smart phones are integral part of our daily lives because of its diverse and enhanced features. Online banking which is now replacing the traditional banking practice has a lot of benefits which add value to customers and eventually leading to a lot more easy life. Because of the ubiquitous use of online banking, it is...
  10. Priyanka Singh, Mishra, M. K., Gupta, A. K., Vichar Mishra and Nidhi Sharma
    Isolation of plant genomic DNA is very difficult as plant cell contains many cell organelles such as chloroplast, mitochondria etc. Many plants contain high level of polysaccharides, essential oils and metabolites that make DNA isolation a bit tough. Isolation of such plants has been done by many people and successful isolation has been reported....
  11. Harinder Kaur
    Fashion has now become a separate part of youth. Fashion effects to our lives by getting us involved in something new. May be it depends on the weather or seasonal change. In my opinion, there are two aspects: positive and negative effects of fashion on youth. This study researched whether adolescents turn to celebrities for their fashion role...
  12. Benard Odhiambo Bonyo, Dr. Benson Charles Odongo and Michael Okello Okwara
    The use of integration as a pedagogical tool in the teaching of English language and literature subjects is a priority in Kenya. Despite the inception of the integrated English curriculum two decades ago, not all English language teachers use it as conceived by the curriculum developer, Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD). The Purpose...
  13. Susana Suárez Paniagua and Arlene Iskra García Vázquez
    This paper examine the socio-spatial transformation that has taken in recent years the Metropolitan Area of Leon (MAL) and the deepening of economic and social disparities and its impact on human development, all result of globalization. The research demonstrates that the socio-spatial organization of MAL responds to new spatial patterns of...
  14. Dr. Benson Charles Odongo and Dr. Henry Nyabuto Onderi
    Community participation is a key ingredient for education intervention and socio-economic development. Education access, retention and participation are achieved through emphasis on inclusive education in regular schools for learners with special needs and disabilities and community participation through financing. In Kenya the financing of SNE...
  15. Abirami, K.
    The present paper discusses the pedagogical shifts in English Language Teaching which demands the participation of the subgenres in Literature. The paper also justifies the role of comics in English Language Teaching through Gerard Genette’s paradigm and strongly recommends that Comics can be a viable genre of Sub-literature. Any element in...
  16. Bernard, O. A. and Adenuga Oludare
    For the purpose of making energy available for consumption and as bye product for productive activities, the government of Nigeria formulated a comprehensive energy policy. The integrated policy captures policies non-renewable energy in the form of Oil, Gas, Electricity and Coal. This study therefore, examined the structural effect of the energy...
  17. Raveendran Nair and Legesse Tigabu Mengie
    Constitution of a country is the basic law of the land which provides the rights and duties of citizen along with organization of government, its powers. All the constitutions are equipped with provision for amendment to cope with future needs of the people. This study deals with what extent and range of amendment can be permitted in case of the...
  18. Ankan Banerjee, and Dr. Asish Paul
    Sport, in modern era, is no longer an amateur activity. The emergence of the professional sports leagues and competitions throughout the globe has made a significant change in the way sport was produced and consumed. Today, the application of the managerial tools and techniques is a prerequisite to manage these leagues and competitions. It ensures...
  19. Amit Yadav, Maira Anis and Mohsin Ali
    An exploit applies to incorporates assessment of risk, risk recognition, developed various strategies to manage risk and extenuate it by using executive techniques. Environmental vulnerability due to hazardous waste from industrial facilities is one of the major anxieties for the developed country like USA. Where federal law entails industrial...
  20. Judith Mwenje
    Succession is a major issue both in business organizations and church organizations. This study cascades the study of succession planning to church organizations focusing on Pentecostal Churches in Zimbabwe. Pentecostal Churches in Zimbabwe have been growing at a fast rate with many of them mushrooming at a high rate especially in city centres...
  21. Abdulhadi. A. Lamma, Alhousein. I. Shaftar, Osama Asanousi Lamma and Hamza. A. Alhadad
    Andhra Pradesh (AP) is one of the biggest states in India. A.P is 8.4% out of India’s total geographical area and 7.1% of population, ranking fourth in terms of geographical area and fifth in terms of population among the Indian states. This studies focus on the Review of Literature on 2013-2015. It explains the Growth of work force and occupation...
  22. Ancy, V.P. and Dr. Raju, K.V.
    The fishing industry not only acts as foreign exchange earner but also plays an important role in Kerala economy. This study analyses the issues of seafood processing export industry and examines the state’s position in the international market. The study employs, non-parametric tests, Kruskal Wallis H Statistic test to rank the various problems...
  23. Phalguni Bhattacharya
    The sample consist of 600 students of 8th, 9th and 10th class selected from the co-educational English medium schools of Kolkata. Out of which 300 were boys and 300 were girls. The sample was collected by using multistage random sampling technique. Dr. Meenakshi (2004) developed the socio-economic status scale (SESS) was used to study the socio-...
  24. Tsai, Yuan-Cheng and Chi, Yi-Lun
    Due to the fact that most business considered only product delivery to customer in their supply chain, follow-on logistics support often run short. It often occurs that the supply chain needs to be reconstructed or repaired when products are no longer manufactured. Military components or systems, in particular, will encounter the problem of...
  25. Wotchoko Pierre, Guedjeo Christian Suh, Mbouobda Hermann Desire, Ngnoupeck Gerald, Itiga Zenon, Nwobiwo Yakam Adelin Brice, Nkouathio David Guimolaire, and Kagou Dongmo Armand
    Totap is situated at the North-East of Mount Bambouto, explosive volcanism emplaced strombolian cones with tephra. Tephra is often used as a constituent of cement and for road surfacing. This product is abundant in Cameroon which is not exploited by the agricultural sector as a natural fertiliser. The goal of this experiment was to evaluate the...
  26. Menicagli, R., Duca, M. and Rancoita, P. M.
    Objectives: Determinate with a semi quantitative method, the oxidative stress produced by tobacco smoke, in function of the number of cigarettes and the age of the smoking, measuring the concentration of salivary malondialdehyde (MDA), using the dipsticks, Materials and Methods: Saliva samples are provided by a smoking group, divided into three...
  27. Dr. Saikat Sau, Dr. Avijit Basak and Dr. Hibjul Ali Khan
    Giant cell tumours of the femoral head and neck treated by primary treatment by curettage and bone grafting. But recurrence within years. Necessitating the likelihood of recurrence followingcurettage and bone grafting, particularly at thisanatomical site, is stressed, and the possibility thathip replacement arthroplasty be considered theprimary...
  28. Menicagli, R., and Duca, M.
    Introduction Aims: Primary Sjögren's syndrome (pSS), is considered a rare disease, but also present in countries with high prevalence not exactly high economic development and technology. The correct diagnosis is made with the criteria established by the American-European Consensus Group (AECG): presence of both ocular and salivary sign, the...
  29. Kishore Kumar, U., Dr. Vani, K. P., Dr. Srinivas, A. and Dr. Surendra Babu, P.
    A field experiment on “Yield and economics of safflower as influenced by INM under irrigation and rainfed planting” was conducted during rabi, 2013 at College Farm, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad. The experiment was laid out in a split plot design with two main treatments viz., M1: irrigation at rosette, branching and flowering, M2 : rainfed planting;...
  30. Dr. Sunita Sharma
    Purpose: While numerous pediatric therapy decisions are made by parents, minimal research has been conducted on parents’ perspectives regarding their experiences during high intensity interventions of neuro-developmental treatment (NDT). The purposes of this study were to: 1. investigate the perceptions of parents of children with disabilities...
  31. Dr. Saikat Sau, Dr. Subhojit Das, Dr. Sandeep Velagada and Dr. Amit Ranjan Vidyarthi
    Understanding Giant cell tumor (GCT) of bone has been described as the most challenging benign bone tumors. The majority of these tumors, classically, are involved in the epiphysis of long bones. Although this disorder is benign, GCTs show a tendency of bone destruction, local recurrence and, occasionally, pulmonary metastasis. But axillary...
  32. Dr. Saikat Sau
    In 1922 Leri and Joanny, first described Melorheostosis (synonyms: candle bone disease, melting wax syndrome, Leri disease). Actually it’s a metaplacia. Men and women are equally affected, dermatomal distribution, monomelic distribution. Onset is insidious, and most common symptom is pain. Classical radiological appearance of ‘flowing...
  33. Buchari Lapau
    In Indonesian Qualification Framework (IQF) consists of 9 levels of competence. The 8th level of IQF is equivalent to Master degree, and the 9th level of IQF is equivalent to Doctoral degree. Their competences are 1) to develop scientific knowledge producing innovative work for Master degree, and original or creative work for...
  34. Ajeet Kumar Saharan
    Background: Cerebral palsy (CP) is a permanent, non-progressive neurological impairment resulting from a brain lesion, or lesions, that occur prior to, during or shortly after birth. Cerebral Palsy primarily affects body movement and muscle coordination. These Children are always deprived of love, attraction, and functional activity due to...
  35. Durgesh Kumar Singh and Kishu Tripathi
    To perform the comparative study between Curcuma longa Nanosuspension and suspension. Poor bioavailability is one of the leading causes of compound failure in preclinical and clinical development as reported in literatures Gao (2012). Bioavailability of a compound depends on its solubility or dissolution rate Vyas et al. (2013). Dissolution may be...
  36. Gezahegn Tadesse, Ashenafi Mengistu and Berhan Tamir
    This study was conducted to assess the effect of season (cold, hot and main rainy seasons) on the performances in Bovans Brown (BB) and Koekoek (Kk) chickens. The result revealed that effect of breed on feed intake per bird per day (gm) (FIg/b/d) was significant (P<0.05) and more pronounced in BB, the effect on average daily gain (gm) (ADG),...
  37. Upendra U. Zala Prajapati, P. K., Chaudhari, A.K. and Shubrato De
    In view of the present trend of commercialization in the preparation and marketing of Ayurvedic medicine and to ensure the interests of the profession and public, it has become our prime duty to establish the standard pharmaceutical parameter of Sneha Kalpana including manufacturing. Process as well as to find out the physicochemical changes...
  38. Mamtarani, Darshan Chauhan, Sangita Revadiwala, Gaurav Goel and Rajan Valvi
    Background: Measles is an acute, highly infectious disease of childhood, characterized by fever, catarrhal symptoms and typical rash1. World Health Organization (WHO) has reported 31 million cases and 7.77 lakh deaths in the year 20002. Methods: For rapid appraisal, Rapid Response Team (RRT) visited the affected Block to do investigations at the...
  39. Roshni Chakraborty, Jasodhara Chaudhuri and Kalyanbrata Mondal
    Background: Chikungunya (CHIK) is an insect-borne acute febrile illness characterised by rash and arthralgia. Neurologic complications though rare has been reported. Case characteristics: Here we present a case of a 6 years boy who presented with features of meningitis, had no rash, arthralgia but was finally diagnosed as a case of aseptic...
  40. Igwilo, Sabina N., Ibeagha, C. J., Nwankwo, Clementina U. and Ajawuihe, Peace, C.
    The poor state of health of mothers and their new born babies in Awka South Local Government Area of Anambra State due to malnutrition and micronutrient deficiency during pregnancy is at increase rate. Some of which are low foetus productivity, low birth weight, cretinisim, brain damage, and above all are maternal morbidity and perinatal mortality...
  41. Nwankwo, Clementina, U., Ogbalu, Anthony, I., Nwankwo, Canice, A., Obasi, Stella, C., Ezenduka, Pauline, O. and Makachi, Monica, C.
    Pregnancy continues to carry a high risk of death worldwide, despite numerous commitments to address the issues that increase maternal mortality. Maternal mortality is a tragedy for the family, as the death of a mother deprives the child of breast feeding and can result in infant mortality. Maternal health education is aimed at improving health...
  42. Percis P. Khumalo and Tengetile R. Mathunjwa-Dlamini
    Diabetes mellitus is one of the chronic complex diseases which affect the physiological, social and psychological aspects of life interfering with the functional health status of clients. As a chronic disorder, diabetes mellitus is a lifelong condition. In addition, it is either incurable and/or results in pathological changes that limit normal...
  43. Dr. Sumedh Vyankatesh Wasnik and Dr. Tanuja Marotrao Naik
    Diabetes is a problem of body with increase blood glucose level to rise higher than normal called as hyperglycemia. Type- 2 diabetes is most common form of diabetes with a treatment of pills, insulin and lifestyle changes. Management of diabetes type-2 without side effect is a challenge for medical community. Traditional medicine derived from...
  44. Manjusha D. Karad and Barhate, V. D.
    A new, simple, precise, sensitive, accurate, and reproducible spectrophotometric method have been developed for the determination of Glimepiride in pure and dosage forms. Method is based on oxidation of the drug with 1,10 phenanthroline producing orange colored chromogen which is measured at 470 nm. Beer’s law is obeyed in the concentration range...
  45. Govindharaju, R., Balasubramaniyan, S., Rajasekar, K., Manikandan, P. and Ramachandramoorthy, T.
    A novel Zn(II) complex of 2-aminobenzonitrile(ABN) and octanoate(OC) ion was synthesized by using microwave irradiation. Microwave synthesis gives high yield of the complex within a short time. The molecular formula and the probable geometry of the complex have been deduced from elemental analysis, molar conductance, UV, FT-IR, and NMR spectra...
  46. Dr. Minati Sahu
    In the present study, four anionic Mn(II) complexes of various Schiff’s bases such as Salicylaldehyde ethylenediamine (Sal2en), Salicylaldehyde Orthoaminophenol (Sal OAP),Salicylaldehyde Semicarbazone (Sal Sc) and salicylaldehyde o-phenylene diamine (Sal2phen) along with NH4SCN ligand were synthesised. The resulting complexes were suggested to...
  47. Manish Sharma, Mamta Kumara and Vikas Kumar
    The main aim of Automatic Humidity Monitoring and Pumping System for Farmers project is to monitor and record values of humidity of natural environment and to pump the plants water at required humidity level in order to achieve maximum plant growth and yield. This paper main intention is to develop a application where it can collect data about...
  48. Xu Tingting
    Aiming at the problems in current community health management such as substandard management, failure of real-time supervision and outdated technology in health management, this article proposes the “family + community + hospital” three-level health management model, and makes detailed introduction to the realization process. By utilizing...
  49. Preethi, L and Ramya Rani
    In this paper, a configuration of a three-level neutral point clamped (NPC) inverter that can integrate solar PV with battery storage in a grid-connected system is proposed. This paper illustrates the design of three-port dc–dc converter for stand-alone PV systems based on an improved Flyback-Forward topology.It provides a compact single-unit...
  50. Onyema, K.N.
    This paper seeks to connect fundamental development issues of freedom, agriculture, market, industry and taxation at competitive market outlook on a desk platform of positive projects and provisional government partnership. The suggested concept is of state as a second tier government industry case. The issues connected are suggested as a pull up...
  51. Ganesha, B., Keerthi Kumari, J and Vithal Rao Chavan
    The present work describes the development and mechanical characterization of new polymer composites consisting of glass fibre reinforcement, epoxy resin and filler materials as cerium oxide. The newly developed composites are characterized for their mechanical properties. Experiments like tensile test and three point bending were conducted to...
  52. Tan Minh Vu and Hung Van Hoang
    Some acetophenone aroyl hydrazone derivatives have been studied by the inhibition of copper corrosion in 3M nitric acid solution. The structure of some acetophenone aroyl hydrazone derivatives were calculated by using the AM1 method of the quantum chemical program HyperChem 7.0. Results of the above calculation are coordinated with inhibitor...
  53. Arnab Acharyya, Suranjan Dhar and Sayani Bose
    This paper is basically a review paper on Perceptron Model in Machine Learning and Intelligent Systems. This paper expands on the formative years of neural networks, going back to the pioneering work of McCulloch and Pitts in 1943. It also focuses on the perceptron convergence theorem. This theorem proves convergence of the perceptron as a...
  54. Rahul Agrawal, Dr. S.K. Bharadwaj, Dr. D. P. Kothari
    This paper is an effort to summarize the application and effect of simulation tools used for testing and design of FACTS Controllers. Simulation software and program are powerful and effective tools and their application helps in technological upliftment and rapid enhancement in the field of electrical and electronics engineering. This paper...
  55. Meenakumari, N. and Indira, T.
    The aim of this paper is to introduce (r*g*)* continuous functions and study some of the properties.
  56. Bui Ha Phuong, M. A.
    Library classification is one of important tasks in any library. Classifying books is as the art of assigning books to their proper places in a system of classification in which the various subjects of human inquiry, or the descriptions of human life in its various aspects, are grouped according to their likeness or relation to one another (...
  57. Praveen Chandar, J., Rudhra, A., Yashvanthi, A. and Ragavi, R.
    The usage of cloud computing environment is increasingly common and we rely on it for various services. Cloud services means services made available to users on demand via the Internet from a cloud computing provider's servers as opposed to being provided from a company's own on-premises servers. Cloud services are designed to provide easy,...
  58. Anjali Nighoskar and Atul Kumar Gupta
    Due to recent development of artificial intelligence (AI) applications in active power filter (APF) growth of electricity market has distinguish in the intelligence users recognize electricity. These changes may require consumers have become more challenging. The amount and feature of the data being confined in existing electrical power monitors...
  59. Patil, A.V.
    Thick films of pure and Cr2O3 doped ZnO with various concentrations (1 wt. %, 3 wt. %, 5 wt. %,7 wt% and 10 wt% ) of Cr2O3 were prepared on alumina substrates using a screen printing technique. These films were fired at a temperature of 700ºC for two hours in an air atmosphere. Morphological, compositional and structural properties of the samples...
  60. Bo Ren, Bo Wang, Xiang Wang and Yun-Qing Yang
    The known integrable models possess Schwarzian forms with M¨obious transformation invariance, it may be one of the best ways to find new inte grable models starting from some suitable Schwarzian forms. In this paper, with introducing the high dimensional Schwarzian derivatives, the general (n + 1)-dimensional systems are obtained from the usual (1...
  61. Khuat Quang Son, Dao Thi Phuong Diep and Dao Van Bay
    A quantitative method of Cr (VI) - determination by using diphenylcarbazid reagent was studied in detail. This method exhibits a very high sensitivity in analyzing Cr(VI) in water samples. The optimal condition for the determination of Cr (VI) was established. If in the samples, the much excess of Cr (VI) compared with DPC the maximum absorbance...
  62. Tamilarasi, P., Ramya, P., Vasanthi, P. and Sukumaran, M.
    The median lethal concentration (LC50/96h) of Chromium Chloride for the estuarine clam, Mactra violacea was recorded to be 2.4 mg/l. Acute chromium exposure (0.24 mg/l = 1/10th of LC50/96h) to M. violacea caused histological alterations in the chief metabolic organ namely digestive gland. Histological studies showed that the digestive gland...
  63. Hansda, S., Dutta, S., Baskey, S. and Ray, S. K.
    Acid lime (Citrus aurantifolia) is grown different agro-climatic situation in West Bengal. The crop is commonly affected by citrus canker caused by Xanthomonas axonopdis pv. citri. There was variation in severity of the disease in different orchards. Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri isolated from five different orchard showed variation in respect...
  64. Srinath, D. and Uma Maheswari, K.
    Rice is a major component of the agricultural sector in particular and the overall economy in general. Rice is one of the most important staple food for more than half of the world’s population and influences the livelihood and economies of several billion people. Paddy loss due to flooding in Bangladesh and India alone amounts to an estimated 4.0...
  65. Bui Thi Thu, Dao Van Bay, Dang Xuan Thu and Nguyen Thi Hong Hanh
    This paper presents the results of studies on the ability to handle cyanide in metal plating wastewater in the Thanh Thuy village of Thanh Oai district, Hanoi city. The results showed that water hyacinth plants are capable of well growing in the water of pH from 6.00 to 7.00. This plant can be applied for treat cyanide in metal plating wastewater...
  66. Nguyen Van Noi, Yao-Chi Chung and Ta-Chih Cheng
    Background: Highly pathogenic Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) is causing damages to the swine industry and is responsible for loss of economics. Vaccination is the most effective method to prevent and control PEDV infections. Methods: Recombinant virus-like particles (VLPs) by baculovirus expression vector system have been suggested as a...
  67. Suvarchala, G., Sreedevi, B. and Philip, G.H.
    Chlorpyrifos a broad spectrum product has been in use for many applications in home and agriculture against the damages caused by pests around the globe. This extreme usage has lead to detrimental effects on biological life. The goal of the present study was to determine the toxic effects of chlorpyrifos during early development in zebrafish. The...
  68. Jeferson J. da Silva, Cláudio D. Cerdeira, Juliana M. Chavasco, Fabrício D. Leandro, Bárbara H. M. P. Feliphe, Ana B. P. Cintra, Marcelo F. G. Boriollo and Jorge K. Chavasco
    In this study, the anti-Oxacillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (ORSA) activity of extracts from Eugenia pyriformis (leaf and stem), Plinia cauliflora (rind fruit, leaf, and stem), and Heliconia rostrata (flower, rhizome, leaf, and stem) was evaluated. In vitro screening of antibacterial activity of the extracts (extraction with ethanol:water [7...
  69. Liza Jacob, Greeshma Selin, Bibina K.B. and Rose Xavier K.X.
    The present study is to analyse the impact of diluted distillery effluent on the growth of rice (Oryza sativa L.). Of the different concentrations of the effluent used, 20% dilution was found to be best suited for the plant growth. The results indicate that after proper dilution, distillery effluent can be used effectively as a source of...
  70. Mumtaj, S. Brindha Devi, G.B. and Rajalakshmi, P.
    Recent studies evaluated that immunoproteomic vaccines provide protection against bacterial infections in fish aquaculture and the vaccines are popular due to its long lasting immunity, safety and low cost versatile characteristics. In this study we used Whole cell – Formalin Killed (WC) and Outer Membrane Protein (OMP) of F. Columnare as a...
  71. ALVES, Ana Isabel Gomes, RABIAIS, Isabel Cristina Mascarenhas, FERNANDES, Sérgio Joaquim Deodato and RIBEIRO, Rita Luzia Morais
    Surgical procedures are frequent these days, as well as the search for appropriate and safe procedures for patients, requiring more research and optimize nursing care. The correct procedures in the surgical dressing are also important to the success of the intervention. Purpose: To identify the need for surgical dressing in postoperative. Methods...
  72. Mangave, B.D., Dekhane, S. S. and Patel, D.J.
    Investigation was conducted to study the effect of different chemicals as a foliar spray on bitter gourd. The treatments were comprised of plant growth regulators viz., NAA @ 50 mg/l and 75 mg/l, ethereal @ 50 mg/l and 100 mg/l, spermine @ 5 mg/l and 10 mg/l, putrescine @ 20 mg/l and 40 mg/l and Control (water spray) applied at 2 and 4 leaf stage...
  73. Zeba H. Khan, Mohammad, F. and M Masroor A. Khan
    Lemongrassis an important aromatic, anti-microbial crop that checks the viability of tumour cell. Citral is its active constituent that is used in preparation of ionones and artificial perfumes. Keeping this in mind, the importance of crop, a pot experiment was conducted as a factorial randomized design to find out the effect of basal application...
  74. Abboud El Kichaoi, Mahmoud El-Hindi, Farida Mosleh, Ashraf Shafie and Tarek Elbashiti
    Objective: To evaluate in vitro, the synergistic effects of bioactive extracts of Punica granatum (Pomegranate) "pulp", Actinidia deliciosa (Kiwifruit) "peel" and Citrus maxima (Pomelo) "pulp" with different antibiotics against Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Methods: The extraction was carried out using the...
  75. El kihel, A., Ahbala, M., Ramdane, H., Nouiri, M and Bauchat, P.
    In the work, a study of mass fragmentation routes by the electron-impact mass spectrometry data has been examined for two open chain intermediates of benzimidazole derivatives and two imidazobenzodiazepines. By the isolation of open chain intermediate and the mass spectra, the structures of imidazobenzodiazepine have been confirmed.
  76. Iyaji Florence Oyibo, Lawal Ahmadu, Omowaye Olaniyi Stephen and Yaro Clement Ameh
    A study was conducted on drinking water sources in Okura district, Dekina Local Government, Kogi State to examine parasites of medical importance. A total of 300 water samples were collected from two sources (Borehole and River water) in three communities (Anyigba, Egume and Ochaja) between the months of November 2014 and January 2015. In all the...
  77. Masanza, B., Maida, J.H.A., Chilimba, A.D.C., Lowole, M.W. and Nalivata, P.C.
    Selenium, a ubiquitously occurring element in the environment, is classified as an essential element for human and animal health because, among others, it has antiviral and anticarcinogenic effects and plays a biological role as a component of the antioxidant enzyme glutathione peroxidase that catalyzes the decomposition of H2O2 and consequently...
  78. Sivaprasad Reddy, V. and Siddaramaiah
    The Adhesives industry is one of the most importance of PVAc Resin, especially wood product manufacturer .it has many advantages low cost, easy in appilication, minimal harmful in environment effects. However, The PVAc resin also having the disadvantages that it’s bonding and viscosity was dependent the work condition get worse at the low...
  79. Ayi Koffi ADDEN, Kossi ADJONOU, Kouami KOKOU and Kwassi AGBEMANYALE
    Cocoa agroforest remained the main cultivated agroforest in West Africa. This study examined the effects of shading regime, soil depth and soil texture on the growth of immature cocoa trees. A field experiment was conducted during one year in forest zone in Togo and data was collected in twelve cocoa orchards established in June - July 2014. Three...
  80. Dr. Sumedh Vyankatesh Wasnik and Dr. TANUJA MAROTRAO NAIK
    Medicinal plant and traditional medicine play an important role in health care system of most developing countries. Conservation of threatened species of medicinal plant and their habitat and support for livelihood security through protection of medicinal plant. Traditional health care system is mainly dependent on medicinal plant collected from...
  81. Mansimran Khokhar, Neha Batta, Radhika Trikha and Rupinder Tewari
    The Industry-Academia (I-A) research linkages are considered to be the backbone of technological innovations. In developed nations, there is a strong handshake of Research and Development (R&D) programmes of universities and industries and has led to the most impactful technological innovations of the world. However, in developing nations...

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