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  1. La Hoang Anh, Nguyen Kien Quoc, Hoang Thi Hue and La Tuan Nghia
    Our attempts in this study were to identify QTLs which controlling the salinity tolerance of rice by using F2/F3 population which derived from the crossed combination between the Chanhtrui (high salinity tolerance) and Khangdan18 (susceptible) rice cultivars. The results have shown that: salinity tolerance was controlled by multiple genes. fresh...
  2. Gowdhami, R. and Ayyasamy, P. M.
    The aim of this work was to study the fermentation of lactose substrate in mineral salts medium for the production of L(+) lactic acid and lactase enzyme using Lactobacillus bifermentum. The effect of different process parameters such as various lactose concentration, pH of the medium, temperature and inoculum concentration was monitored to...
  3. Hesamedin Ramezani and Gholamreza Bakhshi Khaniki
    The study is focused on the effect of two species of Glomus and Trichoderma in order to control the wilt disease and plant growth of cow pea. In vitro condition, among the bioagents, T. harzianum produced the maximum inhibition zone of 18.20 per cent compared to the minimum of 7.30 per cent by T.viride. Soil application of T. harzianum biomass at...
  4. Dr. Mukesh Kumar Napit
    Fresh water fishes are economically important and an alternative source of significant human dietary constituents. The experimental fishes treated with lethal concentrations (1.00, 1.50, 0.63 and 2.00 ppm) of mercuric chloride showed many histological changes during 1 to 4 days of exposure. The gills showed vacuolization in the gill stem, gill...
  5. Dr. Ha Thi Thuy, Prof. Do Nang Vinh Msc. Tran Thi Hanh, Dr. Tran Ngoc Thanh, Dr. Le Quoc Hung, Msc. Vu Anh Tuan and Dr. Tran Dang Khanh
    Citrus is a major fruit product in Vietnam. However, most of citrus cultivars are high number of seeds that curb in developing citrus production and fruit quality. Seedless is an important trait in Citrus. Hence, the objective of current study was to integrate the conventional breeding and biotechnological approaches for developing Citrus seedless...
  6. Ajaz Ahmad Parrey, Shoaib Mohammad and Asha Agarwal
    Present study was undertaken to investigate the synergistic role of selenium and vitamin E in ameliorating the cigarette smoke induced biochemical alterations in albino rats. A total of thirty six (36) adult albino rats of the Wister strain were used, they were randomly divided into three sets of twelve rats each. Set A served as control (no...
  7. Okeke-Agulu, K. I., Adepoju, S. O. and Onuigbo, I.
    This study analyzed the incidence and severity of poverty among farm households in Plateau state, Nigeria. Secondary data obtained from Harmonized Nigeria Living Standard Survey conducted by the National Bureau of Statistics in 2009/2010 was used. Descriptive statistics was employed to describe the socioeconomic attributes and problems facing the...
  8. Abubakari Ahmed, Adams Abdulai, Romanus D. Dinye and Raqib Abu Salia
    There is a growing appreciation of the relationship between livelihood, food security, vulnerability, copying strategies and poverty. This study paper seeks to share light on the linkages between vulnerability and agricultural practices and outcomes as well as the coping strategies based on the perception of households using Wa East as a case...
  9. Vinoth, A.
    The peak fishing season for the E. tetradactylum of the Pulicat Coasts from May to September. The maximum catch were recorded at station 2 and minimum catch were recorded at the station 6.The highest concentration of the fish is around the continental shelf .the fish are distributely continuously in waters of pulicat for their purpose of feeding...
  10. Mredula Trivedi and Archana Singh
    This study was planned to determine the alterations in specific activities of two oxidative enzymes Peroxidase (E.C.1.11.1.7) and IAA Oxidase (E.C.1.13.16) in barley due to Drechslera graminea, causal agent of Leaf Stripe disease with the objective to investigate the role of these oxidative enzymes in host pathogen interactions. Healthy, naturally...
  11. Hani A. Eltelib, Adebanjo A. Badejo, Yukichi Fujikawa and Muneharu Esaka
    Ascorbate (AsA) plays an important role in stress responses in plants as one of the highly abundant metabolites that scavenge reactive oxygen species (ROS). Under salt stress conditions, transgenic tobacco plants overexpressing acerola (Malpighia glabra) GDP-L-galactose phosphorylase (GGP) and phosphomannomutase (PMM) genes accumulated higher...
  12. Dr. Shubha Dube and Ms Kirti Sharma
    Health and Human rights has explicit intrinsic connections and has emerged as powerful concepts. Health is a major instrument of social and economic development and it can play a very important role in the creation of a new world. The Extension of human life in the 21st century has been achieved due to a combination of improved medical, social and...
  13. Kaleb Kelemu, Tesfaye Haregewoin, Eyob Bezabeh, Turuwark Zalalam and Dejene Hailegiorgis
    Cooperatives are indispensable institutions for addressing structural problems facing Ethiopia, and are believed to play a prominent role in achieving goals of the broad development policy and strategy of the country. This study was conducted with a general objective of analyzing the role of cooperatives to Ethiopian Economy by looking at specific...
  14. Al-Rimawi, F., Yateem, H. and Afaneh, I.
    The purpose of the current work is to investigate the incorporation of olive leaves extract standardized for oleuropein which have antioxidant, anti inflammatory, skin protectant and anti-aging properties into stable topical moisturizing day cream formulations. The physiochemical and rheological properties, and accelerated stability tests of three...
  15. Eyob Bezabeh, Tesfaye Haregewoin, Dejene Haile giorgis, Fitsum Daniel and Baye Belay
    The study measured the change and growth rate in area, production, and yield of wheat in Ethiopia based on secondary data during 1991/92-2012/13. Pared t-test was used to identify the significant change in area, production and yield of wheat between the periods 1991/92-2001/02 and 2002/03-2012/13. And semi-log model was applied to measure the...
  16. Mutisya, D. L. and Omari, F. G.
    The pigweed beetle Hypolixus haerens Boheman has been cited as a major insect pest of grain amaranth worldwide. A study to evaluate injury level of both foliar and stem damage pests in Kenya revealed that the stem beetle H. haerens caused higher stem damage in the hotter zone (26-30 ºC) than the cooler zone (22-26 ºC) in the low midlands zones of...
  17. Narendra Madankar
    The status of women in India has been subject to many great changes over the past few millennia. The history of women in India has been eventful. Women play a vital role in society. Women have contributed in all areas and there are so many examples in all fields. There is a need of time to frame the women empowerment programme at all levels. The...
  18. Shokhan Rasool Ahmed
    Stage directions are a new research area among scholars of early modern drama. ‘Stage direction’ is a term that invites the reader of a play to imagine the written dialogue as dramatic action staged in the theatre. Stage directions can be remnants of a text used for performance, or equally, they may be put in after performance, to evoke action for...
  19. Lakshmi Poornima, S., Anand, P. H., Senthil, J. and Vadivel, S.
    Water depletion and repletion are issues which need some attention. Considering the low resource levels due to deforestation and other anthropogenic activities, water harvesting in any form is important to save the blue Planet that we are in. Cauvery delta has been a well flourishing delta, for the morphological factors are really conducive,...
  20. Vinoth, A. and Madhanagopal, R.
    Comparatively Socioeconomic Status (SES) Analysis of fisher’s in two different village at Pulicat Coast. Vairavankuppam village shows the high degree of economic development as well as technologies in fishing crafts and gears, Literacy percentage, group activities, Women Participation and Child education was higher, when compare to the village of...
  21. Radhika, A.
    Value Added Tax, also known as Goods and Service Tax (GST) proves to be beneficial for the government. Through implementation of this tax system, government can raise revenue invisibly, where the tax is not shown on the bill paid by the buyer. Producers and distributors typically pass the cost of the VAT to the final customer in the form of price...
  22. Ram Bachaan Kumar
    “I learned from my illiterate but wise mother that all rights to be deserved and preserved come from duty well done. Thus the very right to live accrues to us only when we do the duty of citizenship of the world. From this one fundamental statement, perhaps it is easy enough to define duties of man and women and correlate every right to some...
  23. Kokilavani, A., Kalaiarasi, A. and Dr. Ashok Kumar, L.
    Electroencephalography (EEG) is an emerging signal in biosignals. It can indicate the electrical activity of brain. Consequently, it can be applied to biosignals acquisition systems to reduce the data rate to realize risk factors and diagnosis performance. They are highly process in nature and it also contains useful information about the brain...
  24. Supriya, M., Sashikala, M., Manish S. Khodwe, Vynatheya, S. and Soundarajan Krishnan
    Recently, electronic devices such as televisions, office automated appliances, computers, etc., have been using housing as a shield to reduce Electro Magnetic Interference (EMI) and Radio Frequency Interference (RFI). Polymer housing is conductive and increases the shielding effectiveness. This study involves preparing polymer-composites and...
  25. Dr. Isha Rastogi
    Many medical illnesses have taken a toll on human lives. Of these diabetes has been an aggravating and aggressive one. It affects entire body where oral health is also disturbed. Oral picture is full of gingival, periodontal problems, bone lesions and blood disorders. The dentist uses his skill and knowledge to help such patients in society. The...
  26. Migena Prifti, MD, Arben Haxhihyseni, PhD and Silva Guri, MD
    Preeclampsia is concidered as one of the most important patologies in the third trimester of pregnancy and with major complications in this period as well. At the same time the values of diabetes or gestacional diabetes in general and prediabetit are increasing. This study aims to highlight the corelation between severe preeclampsia and glycaemia...
  27. Mohamed Ali
    The purpose of this experiment was to determine the effect of PGF and GnRH treatment and exposure of bulls to estrus-cows on semen quality collected by transrectal massage. Three fertile, pure Frisian bulls, 2-3 years old, were followed up weekly for four periods of treatment (control, exposure to estrus-cows, PGF and GnRH). The bulls exposure...
  28. Anil Kumar, K. and Reshmi, R. S.
    Constituting more than one fifth of the country’s population, adolescents in India, as a group, have not yet received the deserved attention. This paper examines the health status of adolescents in India based on existing studies and highlights the implications for development of adolescents as well as for national development. It has a special...
  29. Meirina Gartika, Inne S. Sasmita, Mieke H. Satari, Alex Chairulfattah and Dany Hilmanto
    Papain is an enzyme extracted from papaya plants (Carica papaya L), including Caricaceae family. This enzyme shows a broad proteolytic activity against the protein, short chain peptides, amino acid ester and amid, including bacterial cell wall. The purpose of this study is to produce a proper papain concentration to inhibit the growth of or kill...
  30. Dr. Awdhesh Kumar and Dr. Surendra Kumar Pondey
    Introduction: Unnatural deaths due to suspected poisoning in women have a serious psychological and social impact on the family and community. Sections 284, 299, 300, 304A, 324,326 and 328 of IPC deal with offences relating to the handling and administration of Poisonous substances. Aims and Objective: To find out how death due to suspected...
  31. Hind S. Jasim, Sajedah A. H. Khalil and Mohammed S. Kamal
    Objectives: As oxidative stress is known to be associated with the development of cancer, we investigated whether the tissue expression of 8-hydroxydeoxyguanosine (8-OHdG) which is a marker of DNA damage were increased in patients with transitional bladder carcinoma (TBC). Design and Methods: Fifty patients with transitional bladder carcinoma (TBC...
  32. Ch. Ramasri, Vijaya Lakshmi, V. and Ch. Anil kumar
    An experiment was conducted to study the effect of irradiation on Shelf life of health mix. Initially the health mixes were formulated by using ragi, foxtail and green gram in the different ratios. Among them, Health mix of ragi, foxtail and green gram in the ratio of 40:40:20 (T3) was selected because of its superiority over other formulations....
  33. Adekemi F. Fagbohun, Adebowale I. Adebiyi, Matthew Ojo, Azeez A. Oyelese and Tosin B. Ojokan
    In most developing countries including Nigeria, indiscriminate use of antibiotics in food animals could be incriminated as a critical factor leading to antimicrobial resistance. Intestines from marketed chicken in fifteen market locations in Ibadan metropolis were randomly sampled to examine for antibiotic resistant enteric bacteria to some...
  34. Ali Saad R. Alsubaie
    The concept of health behaviours and risk behaviours has emerged as a major issue in the population health, health promotion and epidemiology literature. Generally, ‘health behaviour’ and ‘health risk behaviour’ are terms that are often used interchangeably. It is well recognized that people’s health status and their behaviours are linked...
  35. Ogunyanwo, O. O. and Soyingbe, A. A.
    Solid waste collection and disposal is a serious problem in many urban cities in Nigeria. It is further heightened by the growing populations, rapid economic growth and consumption patterns which have accelerated the generation rate of solid waste, thus making its collection and disposal a major challenges. This paper assessed the determinants of...
  36. Dr. Shikha Nandal and Dr. Manu Rathee
    Retention, stability and support are the basic principles on which the success of a complete denture relies on. The skill lies in applying these principles efficiently in critical situations. Extreme resorption in one or both of the residual alveolar ridges accompanied by resilient maxillary denture bearing tissues in the edentulous patient...
  37. Soyingbe, A. A., Salako, S. G., Hammed, T. B. and Amusan, T.
    In Ijebu-ode, borehole water is the most reliable and readily available source of water to the various households. Though, borehole water (groundwater) quality can be satisfactorily well but a poor siting and management of a borehole can pose potential risks to consumers. For instance, lack of observing maximum distances from source of...
  38. Diana Frasquilho, Margarida Gaspar de Matos, Tânia Gaspar and JM Caldas de Almeida
    Objectives: This study explores the associations between parental employment status and the future and educational expectations and life satisfaction of a national representative sample of adolescents. Methods and analysis: Data were obtained from 5050 adolescents, attending school and with a mean age of 13.98 years old (SD=1.85). After a...

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