December 2014

  1. Manolov, V., Paskaleva-Peycheva, V., Velizarova, M., Atanasova, B., Hadjidekova, S., 4Vasilev, V., Tzatchev, K., Bogov, I., Genchev, G. and Emilova, R.
    Aim: Anemia in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is related to the chronic inflammatory nature of the disease. The discovery of iron deficiency in patients with anemia of chronic disease (ACD) is of clinical importance because it can prevent unnecessary prescribing of preparations containing iron. Data: We determined serum hepcidin levels using ELISA...
  2. Michael D. Innis
    Background: It is postulated that Tissue Scurvy is a disorder in a genetically susceptible child in whom the cellular uptake of Vitamin C is inhibited following pancreatic β cell destruction causing Insulin deficiency. Insulin is required for the transfer of Vitamin C and Glucose into the cell for efficient cellular function. Failure of this...
  3. Fathy I. Abd-Allah, Hamdy M. Dawaba, Ahmed M. Samy, and Mohammad T. Nutan
    Curcumin has a wide spectrum of biological and pharmacological activities such as anti- inflammatory and anti-cancer activities but its main drawbacks (poor bioavailability and rapid metabolism) have restricted its therapeutic applications. The main strategies used to overcome the physicochemical limitations of curcumin in order to improve its...
  4. Petya Orozova, Vania Chikova and Ivo Sirakov
    The study included 12 Yersinia ruckeri isolates from rainbow trout with symptoms of yersiniosis. Phenotypic and genotypic analysis of the isolates were performed by conventional microbiological, biochemical and molecular methods. Identification was confirmed by PCR using Y. ruckeri-specific primers and antibiotic resistance profiles were...
  5. Humayun Bokth
    The Neo-Assamese Muslims or the immigrant Muslims of the char area (or reverine islands) of Brahmaputra Valley of Assam constitute an important segment of the total population of Assam. As a social group of contemporary Assamese society they are often at the centre of many controversial issues mostly with respect to the question of survival of...
  6. Dr. Vijayaragavan, T.
    This paper coins how tourism sector is significant for Indian economy. Developing country like India tourism has become one of the major sectors of the economy, contributing to a large proportion to GDP and employment opportunities. Tourism is one of the fastest growing service industry in the country with great potentials for its further...
  7. Abilasha, R. and Dr. Ilankumaran, M.
    Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is a term that includes any communication device or application, such as radio, television, mobiles, computer and network, hardware and software, satellite systems and so on, as well as the various services and applications associated with them, such as videoconferencing and distance learning. The...
  8. Dr. Chavan, R. R. and Surve, A. Y.
    The main objective is to identify the employability skills required by public and private companies and to conduct a comparative evaluation of how the public and private sector employers perceive the employability skills. Fourteen variables that make up employability skills based on past research were examined in this study. Data were collected...
  9. Zahra Shariat, Javad Pourreza and Mostafa Faghani
    Experiment was conducted to evaluate the effect of inclusion of liquid corn gluten to broiler diet on growth performance, carcass characteristics and blood parameters. In a randomly complete design two hundreds (200) day old broiler chicks (Ross 308) were divided into 20 groups, ten chicks per group, and five experimental diets were formulated and...
  10. Sinha Ritesh Kumar, Kumari Abha, Sinha Praveen Kumar and Chandra Satish
    According to “The International Diabetes Federation”, the number of people living with diabetes worldwide is expected to rise from 366 million in 2011 to 552 million by 2030. This equates to approximately three new cases every ten seconds or almost ten million cases per year. The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) reports a projected...
  11. Ayman E. El-Sahar, Marwa M. Safar, Hala F. Zaki, Amina S. Attia and Afaf A. Shoka
    Stroke and diabetes mellitus are two separate conditions which share multiple common threads. Atorvastatin plays an important role in the maintenance of hyperlipidemia especially in diabetic patients. Debate continues about the best strategies for management of diabetic stroke. Thus, interest was raised to investigate the neuroprotective effects...
  12. Dr. Saira Gori
    With growing scarcity of water and deteriorating quality, water resources management in India is becoming more challenging with the passage of time. The imminent onset of climate change will exacerbate these impacts, placing even greater pressure on already stressed resources and regions. The National Action Plan on Climate Change of the...
  13. Rayner Tabetando
    This study uses provincial export and import data and household consumption expenditure data (Susenas) to analyze the impact of globalization on inequality in Indonesia for the period 2000-2010. In a fixed effect panel regression framework, the relationship between globalization and inequality is estimated. The main results show that globalization...
  14. Riyadh Hamed, Ahmed Abdelbadie, Ihsan Osman and HusamEldein Omer
    Background: The aim of this study is to understand the HERR-2/neu over expression and its correlation with ER&PR status and histological stage in breast cancer. A total of 328 women were selected retrospectively from this group the tissue samples of breast cancer had been analyzed using immunohistochemical techniques for HERR-2/neu over...
  15. Isaak Papadopoulos
    The European Comission has included the “development/training of language teachers” in the action plan for the multilingualism promotion. The foreign language teachers have to adapt to the growing demands of the multicultural era and help all the students develop the language skills needed for their future. The way the students acquire the...
  16. Fakir Charan Pradhan, Nirmal Kumar Bhuyan, Naba Kishore Pradhan and Hemant Kumar Routroy
    The present study is aimed at assessing the physico chemical characteristics of water samples collected from the mangrove forest in Bhitarkanika. Mangrove forest is a component of wetlands that has been recognized as one of the most productive ecosystems. Physico-chemical analysis of water samples of Bhitarkanika mangrove forest, Odisha, India,...
  17. Rohit Chauhan, Anurag Sharma and Jayoti Jamwal
    Civilization has lived along the River Satluj basin for centuries, but the impacts of Satluj flash floods were not felt to the same extent in the past as is experienced now. Rapid increase in population and urbanization along River Satluj basin accelerated the economic and developmental activities in the region. Human activities within Satluj...
  18. Josephine Novina, J., Vasuki, G., Suresh, M., Syed Ali padusha, M., Katharina M. Fromm and Crochet, A.
    The title compound [Ni(C7H8N4O)2]Cl2.2H2O, has been synthesized and characterized by single-crystal X-ray diffraction. The title compound crystallizes in a triclinic, space group P -1 with a = 9.9247 (8) Å, b = 10.3694 (9) Å, c = 12.2201 (10) Å, α=110.765 (6)°, β = 96.948 (7)°, γ = 103.040 (7)°, V = 1117.37 (16) Å3, Z=2, R = 0.061 and wR = 0.181...
  19. Ravi Babu, M.
    Learning styles suggest the ways or methods by which students acquire learning. There are inherent variations of learning styles that every individual reflects. Learning styles are different ways of taking in and understanding information. These ways are affected by age, experience, physiology, culture, and many other factors. In the Reproducing...
  20. Giovanna de Liso and Cristiano Fidani
    Sky darkness was considered as a real phenomena occurring during the Holy Crucifixion. In fact, it was evaluated as a process that occurred with the strong earthquake described by Synoptic Gospels at the time of Christ's death. The considered models suggested that sky darkness was due to atmospheric phenomena of dense cloud formation. As reported...
  21. Rijian Sun, Yuxiang Ji, Na Li, Jun Zhang and Chunwei Yu
    A benzoyl hydrazine derivative was successfully characterized as an “off-on” type fluorescent probe for Zn2+. A prominent fluorescence enhancement at 480 nm was observed in the presence of Zn2+, accompanied by the change in the absorption spectrum in ethanol-water solution (9:1, v:v, pH 6.3, 20 mM HEPES). With the optimized experimental conditions...
  22. Sree Parimala, R. and Palaniammal, S.
    This paper contains the analysis of M/M/s Queuing model and its application in Bank sectors. The different services in bank are discussed in this paper. They are (i) A single waiting line and a single server (ii) Multiple waiting line and multiple servers and (iii) a single waiting line and multiple servers. We establish the waiting time and...
  23. Amrik Singh, Maji, S. and Kumar Gaurav
    Production of biodiesel from microalgae is a rapidly growing field of research. The coming global oil crisis implies that alternatives to the diesel must be developed. Biodiesel can be produced from vegetable oils, plants like Jatropha and Sunflower etc. Studies shows that algae are the promising source of biodiesel production. Photosynthetic...
  24. Mohan Krishna S. A.
    Hydraulic operated equipments are used in various fields. Some of them include lowering and raising of chair hydraulically in Barber or Dentist shops, In an Automobile hydraulic jack is raised for grease job. Stepping on the brake pedal creates the hydraulic power, which stops the rotation of the four wheelers or two wheelers to stop. In order to...
  25. Ibtihal Alahmadi and Christian Bach
    Since 1965s when the scientists discovered liposome, the nanomedicine world became more innovative, progressive and more researches have been done to develop liposomes. Therefore, one of the most important aim of liposome is to reduce the toxicity and side effects which is caused by traditional cancer treatments. As a result to manipulating the...
  26. Mirikar, S., Pawar, P. and Bichile, G.
    Molecular interaction studies using ultrasonic technique in binary liquid mixtures of amino acids with NaCl and MgCl2 have been carried out at 303.15K.Using the measured values of ultrasonic velocity, density and viscosity, acoustical parameters and their excess values are evaluated. From the properties of these excess parameters the nature and...
  27. Selvi, K.
    For transmission of information to be reliable we establish a communication via ATC (Automatic Text Categorization) scheme. The dimensioned document representation space which is redundant turn’s problematic in many criteria’s. The purpose of a paper to eliminate the disadvantage by brute force association rules and Gaussian assumption which...
  28. Dr. Sanjay Dudhe
    Education is a tool of development. The classification of nation is depending on the status of education in respective society. Developed countries always maintain the suitable track of education in today’s global age. India also effortful and conscious about the education and its implementation. Professional, practical, non profession and...
  29. Singh, R. S. and Deepti Sahrawat
    The elastic properties of CaSiO3 are calculated as a function of temperature using different equations of state (EOS). Equations of state have been used to study pressure as a function of volume compression at a given temperature. The EOS’s for solids under low compression by evaluating the pressure-volume derivative properties viz., isothermal...
  30. Sangeetha, K. and Krishnaveni, S.
    A novel server side defense system is proposed to resist web proxy based attack. A proxy server is a server that may be a computer system or an application that acts as an intermediary for requests from clients seeking resources from other servers. A client unite with the proxy server, appealing some service, such as a file, connectivity, web page...
  31. Joshua Otieno Wanga, Patrick Odhiambo Hayombe, Maria Onyango and Stephen Gaya Agong
    This study explores how a tourist co-creates experiences in various situations and with various people during visitation. Tourist experiences are explored in social (service provider and other consumers) and physical encounters (‘servicescape’). The study reveals examples of co-creation strategies and the subsequent effects on tourist evaluations...
  32. Sirajuddin Ahmed, Rashmi Makkar Panwar and Anubhav Sharma
    The aim of this article is to analyze the interaction of various enablers (drivers) in management and handling of e-waste in India, which paves the way for an efficient e-waste management either by effective recycling/reuse or through safe and secure disposal for sustainable development. After review of literature on e-waste management in India...
  33. Lukman Thaib and Mohd Yakup Zulkifli Mohd Yusuf
    The birth and development of political institutions is largely the product of human thought and action. The creation of the ‘Madinah Society’ which is considered by the majority of Muslim scholars as the first ‘Muslim community’ was produced by Prophet Muḥammad’s (PBUH) concept of community (ummah). The concept is based onthe social and political...
  34. Adeyeye, E. I., Oyarekua, M. A. and Adesina, A. J.
    The proximate, mineral and amino acid compositions as well as mineral safety index (MSI) of Callinectes latimanus were determined on dry weight basis. In the proximate values, crude fat was lowest at 0.87 g/100 g whereas carbohydrate was highest at 46.2 g/100 g but crude fibre was not detected. In the total energy contribution, carbohydrate value...
  35. Carlos Figueroa, N., Julio Campos, G. and Lamberto Castro, A.
    Our objective is to analyze the theoretical development of prime numbers commenting on the historical constructs; and, through the application of Matlab, propose new forms to study the polynomials, the functions and the theorems involved. The idea is that the software facilitates the comprehension of a complicated subject and helps to carry out...
  36. Jana, B. R., Munsi, P. S. and Manna, D. C.
    Eastern plateau and hill regions of India are a potential zone for guava cultivation. Thirty-two varieties of guava were taken in respect of yield and physic-co-chemical characters and these were changed with different seasons. The main objective of this research work was to find out suitable commercial cultivars and their respective seasons to...
  37. Ali Reza Sahab, Mehran Abazari and MasoudTalebZiabari
    This paper presents fuzzy model-based designs for synchronization of new chaotic system. The T–S fuzzy models for new chaotic systems are exactly derived. Then utilizing an intelligent controller which based on brain emotional learning (BELBIC), this fuzzy chaotic system is synchronized. Numerical simulation results are presented to show the...
  38. Anshu S. Chatli, Ritu Tangri, Harleen Chawla and Ratika Komal
    Milk products are considered as a complete diet and it is rich source for proteins, fat, sugar, minerals and vitamins which is required for the growth as well as for maintenance. However, it has been observed that it also acts as excellent medium/carrier for the pathogenic/spoilage microorganism. These milk products may be contaminated...
  39. Kabang, B. K., Bash, A. E. and Keswet, L. A.
    The study concentrated on female part-time students’ performance in Integrated Science from 2009 to 2012. Three research questions were formulated and analyzed. Population of the study was 86 female part-time students. Sample was 86 students as well, due to the small size of the population. The result of the study showed that ‘between’ 2009 to...
  40. Syed Jawad Ahmad Shah, Shaukat Hussain, Musharaf Ahmad, Farhatullah and Muhammad Ibrahim
    Yellow rust, caused by Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici (PST), is one of the most important diseases threatening wheat productions around the world. Yellow rust population from Nepal was characterized for its frequency and combination of virulences using world, European and supplemental differential sets under standard glasshouse conditions at...
  41. Hari Babu, R., Savithramma, N. and Suhrulatha, D.
    The phytoliths are micrometric particles protect the plant from various stresses; in past provides mechanical support and durability to the plant. Phytoliths from grasses are well documented and broadly applied in some archaeo-botanical studies, whereas sedge phytoliths have received less attention. Since sedge phytoliths appear to be...
  42. Maggirwar, R. C., Parimal, S. S., Khodke, S. P. and Deotare, P. W.
    Grass family is one of the largest and important families of the plant kingdom and grasses have great role in sustainable development of biodiversity. Present investigation was conducted to study the Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi associated with some of the grasses from three different sites of Amravati region of Maharashtra, India. The physico-...
  43. Lal Ratnakar Singh
    Sal (Shorea robusta) which is the most dominant tree species of the Sal forests in India is under threat. Sal seeds germinate profusely but the establishment of seedlings and conversion of seedlings into trees is very low. ‘Die back’ of Sal seedlings prevents its establishment due to several factors. This paper studies the impact of certain...
  44. Dr. Seeku A. K. Jaabi, Dr. Navaz Naghavi and Ayesha Shoukat
    Much of the traditional theoretical and empirical literature concentrated mainly on developed and emerging economies neglecting the need for developing countries to build technological capabilities in enhancing export growth and global competitiveness. Using survey questionnaire on Uganda and The Gambia’s fish industry in December 2013 to conduct...
  45. Raveesha, H. R. and Manjunatha Reddy, G. R.
    Withania somnifera (L.) commonly known as “Ashwagandha” is one of the promising herb with important multiple medicinal properties. The main active principle which is therapeutically known as Withanolides and steroidal lactones. The present study was aimed to investigate to effect of three arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi - Glomus mosseae, G....
  46. Sandeep Naik, G., Adinarayana, M., Manoj Kumar, V. and Madhumathi, T.
    A field experiment was conducted to study the incidence of corynespora leaf spot of blackgram (Corynespora cassiicola) with other foliar diseases during kharif and rabi 2012-13 at Regional Agricultural Research Station, Lam, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh. There was a significant and positive correlation between powdery mildew and corynespora leaf spot...
  47. Rabar Fatah Salih, Khalina Abdan, Aimrun Wayayok and Norhashila Hashim
    The purpose of this project was to determine the meaning of the potassium, boron and zinc on the nitrogen content and relation between the rate of nitrogen content and kenaf fiber yield. Two varieties of kenaf, namely; FHH 925 and 4383, were planted on 26 September 2013. Different levels of potassium as muriate of potash, boron as boraxand zinc as...
  48. Muhammad Akhter, Hafiz Shahzad Muzammil, Zulqarnain Haider and Usman Saleem
    Some of the promising lines/ varieties of Rice Research Institute, Kala Shah Kaku, including approved fragrant (Basmati) rice variety i.e. Shaheen Basmati and NIAB-IR9, were used to assess interactive efficacy of parboiling on these varieties/lines and practical expediency of using standardized parboiling technique for improving nutritional,...
  49. Kiranmayi, K., Vijayabhinandana, B., Gopi Krishna, T. and Jyothi, V.
    A study was taken up with the main objective of identifying and analyzing the adoption of package of practices by the Chilli farmers as recommended by the scientists of ANGRAU. It was conducted in 2013 with a sample of Sixty (60) farmers in the Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh. Cent per cent of the respondents fell in the category of fully...
  50. Abubakari Ahmed, Issaka Kanton Osumanu, Godwin Kavaarpuo, Abdul-Rahim Abdulai and Raqib Abu Salia
    Growing concerns of meeting the energy demands and parallel pursue of sustainable development in Ghana have shifted attention to renewable energy sources including biofuel. Land-based investments are therefore increasingly becoming attractive in Ghana and, over the years, many foreign direct investments have acquired large parcels of land for...
  51. Sitarambabu, V., Chowdary, N. A. and Solmon Raju Paul, K.
    The main objectives of the study are to examine the trends in area, production and productivity of Bengal gram in Andhra Pradesh over a period of 1987-88 to 2006-2007. Compound growth rates of area, production and productivity were estimated by fitting semi log trend equation. Decomposition of output growth of groundnut was examined by fitting...

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