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  1. Aladeloba, E. A., Okesoto, J. O. and Olawale, S. O.
    The paper amidst the issues of growing demand for affordable housing, increasing construction costs, heightened concern for energy-efficiency, fragmentation of the industry; delays in production and delivery time; unnecessary wastages and lack of sustainable practice arising from the widespread adoption of the traditional method of construction...
  2. Moumita Mukherjee
    Gaps in knowledge regarding how far the degree of resilience is sub-optimal and therefore what types of anti-vulnerability strategies can narrow the vulnerability to poverty and strengthen the resilience of socio-economy as a response after impacts of climate change are discussed in this paper to build sustainable adaptation strategies. The area...
  3. Nicholas Gregory Okello and Gloria Lamaro
    Introduction: One of the biggest challenges many Public Universities worldwide and more so in developing economies will continue to face is the accelerated academic staff turnover intention due to pay inadequacy. The increasing level of academic staff attrition in Public Universities worries the quality of higher education if corrective measures...
  4. Joseph Murangira
    Property rates tax can be defined as a tax on properties such as private houses, commercial houses, factories and banks paid to local governments based on their rental value. The base for the property rates tax is “real property” defined as land and improvements or attachments to the land. A number of considerations need to be taken into account...
  5. Balasubramaniyan, S.
    The complexes of Cr(III), Co(II), Ni(II), Hg(II), Cd(II) were microwave synthesized with the ligands Nicotinicacidhydrazide and (ONO)2 and characterized by using Elemental analysis, Molar conductance measurements, IR, NMR, spectroscopic studies. DNA-binding properties have been studied by electronic absorption, emission, viscosity and cyclic...
  6. Mishra, R. K. Dubey, S. C. and Verma, Chandra Prabha
    Sunspots are the coldest part of the Sun, and usually develop in pairs. The magnetic field in sunspots stores energy that is released in solar flares/CMEs. As a result, solar source activities usually occur in a cycle that mimics the 11-year sunspot cycle. The solar energy that drives the weather system, scientists naturally wondered whether they...
  7. Huan Cheng-lin
    Oil gathering and transferring faces serious production safety problems because It has the meaning of the special industry characteristics, such as huge transfer station distribution, complex technological process, rich equipment, strict operating norms, potential risk more and dispersed. Company employees need excellent operation ability, strong...
  8. Vishnu Kumawat, Bachan Meena and Subash Chandra Mohaptra
    This is a novel approach towards recovering from cancer disease with help of transition metal complexes. Uses of benzimidazole nucleus in plentiful categories of therapeutic agents such as anticancer, immunomodulators, hormone modulators, CNS stimulants as well as depressants, lipid level modulators, antidiabetics, etc. has made it an...
  9. Timothy Onosahwo Iyendo and Dr. Halil Zafer Alibaba
    Since the advancement of information technology and the development of computers in the 1960s, students’ approaches to design education have been affected greatly in recent years. The current situation of using Computer Aided Design (CAD) in architectural practices through the aid of computer systems for visualisation presentation, communication,...
  10. Mustafa Tunca Olguner, Serpil Yilmaz and Evrim Beyhan Şen
    Fishery Cooperatives; are organizations that provides and serves about production, processing, storage and marketing issues of all kinds of aquatic products’ partners and established to provide their needs of common fishing gears, supplies and equipment. Therefore, cooperative system is seen one of the most appropriate tool for eliminating the...
  11. Nishanthini, A., Mohan, V. R. and Jeeva, S.
    The present study was carried out to investigate the phytochemical, in vitro antioxidant and antibacterial activity of seed of Tiliacora acuminata (Lan) Hook.F&Thomas an important medicinal plant. Qualitative phytochemical analysis of the methanol and ethanol extracts prepared from Tiliacora acuminata seed revealed the presence of alkaloid,...
  12. Yosef Mamo
    This study was conducted to assess demography and dynamics of mountain nyala (Tragelaphus buxtoni) in relation to habitats/vegetation, slope, seasons, altitude. The data were collected in 1984 eight years before population crash of T. buxtoni in 1991 in Bale Mountains National Park. Sample total count method was used to survey the population in...
  13. Zhi-Nian Deng, Yuan-Wen Wei, Zhong-Liang Chen, Cheng-Mei Huang, You-Qiang Pan, Wei-Li Lü, Cui-Xian Qin, Hai-Bo He, Yuan-Yuan Guo, Hai-Bin Luo, Li-Tao Yang and Yang-Rui Li
    It is important to identify the genetic diversity amongst sugarcane genetic resources for cultivar development and evaluation of sugarcane varieties. The genetic diversities of 125 sugarcane varieties including 117 varieties (lines) developed in Guangxi (China) and 8 others were studied using 10 SSR markers. The results showed amplification of...
  14. Jones Opoku-Ware and Nicholas Kutor
    Mining in the Asutifi district began in 2003 when Newmont Gold mining (GH) Limited started mining gold. Since then, the company’s operations have continued to expand covering large areas of land that falls in their concessions. This study analyses the mining operations of Newmont in the Asutifi district and how their operations are affecting the...
  15. Katari Kantha and Arumugam Indira
    A cross sectional community based study was conducted in 10 coastal and 10 non coastal areas to assess the prevalence of hypertension in Nellore district. A total of 5000 samples were included in this study. Among this, 2500 samples belongs to coastal areas 2500 samples belongs to non coastal areas. In coastal areas, Among 2500 samples, with...
  16. Annie Shirwaikar, Molly Mathew, Sajith Kumar, P. N., Jeril John, Premaletha, K. and Rajagopal, P. L.
    The primary objective of this study was to determine the anti-diabetic activity of Strobilanthes ciliatus in streptozotocin-nicotinamide induced diabetic rats In the present study the antidiabetic effects produced by the aqueous and alcoholic extract of whole plant of Strobilanthes ciliatus were investigated in the Streptozotocin-Nicotinamide...
  17. Goswami Roma, Arora Pooja, Agarwal Kanika and Raman Shrimant
    In the 1st century, the use of the Latin word plagiarius (literally kidnapper), to denote someone stealing someone else's work, was pioneered by Roman poet Martial, who complained that another poet had "kidnapped his verses." This use of the word was introduced into English in 1601 by dramatist Ben Jonson, to describe as a plagiary someone guilty...
  18. Dr. Pooja Arora, Dr. Roma Goswami, Dr. Shrimant Raman and Dr. Pulkit Jain
    Introduction: Myofascial Pain Dysfunction Syndrome (MPDS) is one of the most common and important cause of the orofacial pain. Patients with temporomandibular joint and muscle pain gradually learn to live with the symptoms although they have been exposed to a variety of treatments. In some instances the symptoms have been aggravated by the...
  19. Babalola O. Ranti, Olakulehin O. Adebayo, Yakub Saheed and Abayomi Olukayode
    Major lower limb amputations have psychological and functional implications. The goal of this study was to assess psychological impact and functional outcome and of major lower limb. This was a prospective study. Patients who consented to the study were recruited from the emergency department of the Hospital or at the out-patient clinic. The...
  20. Yemane Berhane, Abadi Kidanemariam and Belaynesh Debesay
    Background: The introduction of antiretroviral therapy (ART) has sharply decreased morbidity and mortality rates among HIV infected patients. Due to this, more and more people with HIV live longer and healthier lives. Yet if they practice sex without condom, those with high viral load have the potential to infect their sero-negative sexual partner...
  21. Kajang, Y. G. and Larai Keswet
    The study was an evaluation of patterns of drugs abuse among secondary school students, Zaria Local Government Area of Kaduna state, Nigeria. The survey research design was adopted. A structured questionnaire was utilized to gather the data that was used for the study. The population of the study was estimated to be over three thousand senior...
  22. Dotimi Doris Atibinye, Abert Abigail Ariante, Okeke Gloria, Akpe Anthony Bibowei, Umoh, Omamuyovwi Lucky, Elino Mark, Rejoice Igbans Obele, Tiemo Anthony and Apiakise E. Williams
    Background: Child adoption for infertile couples is considered a taboo in some communities in developing countries. The descriptive study was aimed at determining factors associated with acceptability of child adoption as a management option for infertility among women in Yenagoa metropolis, Bayelsa State. Method: Structured questionnaire were...
  23. Yemane Berhane and Abadi K. Mariam
    Background: The introduction of antiretroviral therapy (ART) has sharply decreased morbidity and mortality rates among HIV infected patients. Due to this, more and more people with HIV live longer and healthier lives. Yet if they practice sex without condom, those with high viral load have the potential to infect their sero-negative sexual partner...
  24. Dr. Kungumapriya, R., Dr. Ganesan, S. and Dr. Revathi, K.
    Mycotoxins play a global role in human and animal health. Molds in poultry feed are a source of significant economic loss to poultry producers. Molds adversely influence performance of animals by altering the nutrient composition of feed ingredients, decreasing the efficiency of nutrient utilization, and by producing toxic secondary metabolites....
  25. Uchenna Patricia Ekwugha, Chinwe Elizabeth Uzochukwu and Uche Victor Ebeze
    The Beijing Platform for Affirmative Action (1995) and the National Gender Policy (2007) agitate for redress in the gender imbalances in the political system of states development and recommend substantive equality of women in decision making process in the country. Despite this recommendation and the enormous campaign on women for change...
  26. Barsing Devendra Baburao and Mishra Brijesh Ramprakash
    Suryanamaskar (sun-salutation): Yoga is an ancient science useful for a healthy life. Sun-salutation is a procedure in yoga and element of Hatha Yoga, which involves energetic bodily movements synchronised with periodic breathing. Sun-salutation is beneficial to develop a healthy body and healthy mind even. Vital capacity of lungs is increased by...
  27. Dr. Elizabeth, A. M. and Dr. Bir, T.
    Numerous studies revealed diversified nature of health condition among tribal in India. This paper attempts to explore to what extent the MDGs related to health become realistic and how much they are paradoxical towards tribal people. Whether, the initiatives undertaken to achieve desired health status for tribal population in India needs...
  28. Sukristijono Sukardjo and Rianta Pratiwi
    With 17,504 islands (12,000 inhabited) and 95,181 km of coastline, Indonesia represents an amazing maritime country, and of crucial proportion in managing their coastal zones, small islands and ocean. Culturally the coastal zones are mixed ethnically, and socially a zone of conflicting interest which arose in all level of bureaucrat and...
  29. Rajeev, M. M. and Ajikumar, V. J.
    Populations around the world are rapidly ageing. Ageing results from decreasing mortality, and, most importantly, declining fertility. The percentage of older persons in our country is increasing. The experience of being older is also changing. These changes come about through new technologies and values characteristics of a new historical period...
  30. Subashree, K., Susruthan, M., Priyathershini, N., Narayanan, C. D. and Thanka, J.
    Introduction: Dedifferentiated liposarcoma (DDLS) is a rare sarcoma accounting for only 2% of all soft tissue sarcomas.It is the most common liposarcoma of the retroperitoneum. It is defined as the morphological progression of a well-differentiated liposarcoma to a nonadipocytic sarcoma. Case Presentation: A 61 years old male presented to the...
  31. Arjun Dang, Archana, K. and Prathiba, D.
    Medullary carcinoma of breast is an uncommon distinct type of ductal carcinoma with unique morphological, immunohistochemical and prognostic features. An intriguing feature of this subtype is the relatively better prognosis compared to invasive ductal carcinoma, despite the high-grade histological appearance. This necessitates the precise...
  32. Azad Azabany, Khalid Khan, Ari Azabanee, Dara Ali, 4Handren Azad and Waqar Ahmed
    Energy management and analysis are more common in large companies since they have the resources and commitment to assign such tasks to employee compared to SMEs. Only a very small proportion of the overall business costs pertains to energy requirements and therefore SMEs pay little attention to energy analysis and management. Fossil fuels, which...
  33. Dr. Deepti Gupta, Dr. Anjali Tewari, Dr. Shefali Agarwal, Dr. Reena Jain and Dr Nupur Trivedi
    Primary cutaneous ductal apocrine adenocarcinoma (PCDAA) is a rare malignant cutaneous neoplasm usually arising in areas of high apocrine gland density. To date, there have been 40 cases of apocrine adenocarcinoma reported in the literature. Similarly, male breast cancer arising in ectopic axillary breast tissue is also an extremely rare...
  34. Azad Azabany, Khalid Khan, Ari Azabanee, Darra Ali and Waqar Ahmed
    The role of energy management has greatly expanded in industrial companies who are collaborating with energy service providers to implement energy management practices to improve efficiency. The effort to introduce energy management in small and medium scale enterprises (SME) is limited due to the lack of initiation, expertise and financial...
  35. Yahaya, Runka Jamilu
    A study was carried out to determine the body condition of sheep brought to the Large Animal Clinic of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria with major health complaints and to compare with the evaluations in apparently healthy sheep kept at the University Farm, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria during the same period. The...
  36. Gyata Mehta and Varsha Mokhasi
    Formative assessment is an intrinsic part of the ongoing teaching-learning process. Aim of the present study was to compare multiple choice questions with the conventional method of evaluation i.e. long answer questions and short answer questions as a tool for formative assessment. The study was conducted in the Department of Anatomy, as a part-...
  37. Manolov, V., Paskaleva-Peycheva, V., Bogov, B., Yonova, D., Vazelov, E., Hadjiev, E., Velizarova, M., Atanasova, B., Hadjidekova, S., Vasilev, V., Lambreva, L., Deskova, D., Tzatchev, K., Bogov, I., Genchev, G. and Emilova, R.
    Hepcidin is a 25-amino peptide hormone that regulates iron homeostasis. Its serum quantification helps to provide the right therapeutic choice in iron-deficiency anemia and anemia in chronic diseases. We determined serum hepcidin levels using ELISA assay in 125 patients with chronic kidney diseases (CKD) [stages from II to V] (n=60), rheumatoid...
  38. Ranjan, S., Rewani, S. K., Tochhawng, L., Wahlang, J. and Ganguli, D.
    The present study was undertaken in Bihar state of India to know the perception of livestock farmers towards the role of two non-governmental organizations viz. BAIF and J.K. Trust in delivery of livestock services. Data were collected through pre-tested semi-structured interview schedule from 120 randomly selected livestock farmers. The study...
  39. 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...
  40. Aref Shavalipour, Hossein Kazemian, Hamid Heidari, Mohammad Hossein Haddadi, Abazar Pournajaf and Reza Mohebi
    Diarrhea is one of the remarkable hygiene problems in the world. Despite reducing the diarrheal mortality rates for 3 million children per year through Oral Rehydration Therapy (ORT), mortality reduction among patients is still substantial. Objectives: The aim of this study is, detection of bacterial and parasitic agents isolated from diarrheal...
  41. Alisha Khan
    This paper discusses the OFDM in wireless communication. It includes Bit Error Rate and Symbol Error Rate verses ratio of bit energy to noise power spectral density (Eb/No) for different communication channels like AWGN channel, Rayleigh multipath Channel, combined Rayleigh multipath with AWGN channel and Rician Channel. The BER is 10-5, 10-4.5,...
  42. Ahlam Abdullah Alsomahi and Lutfiah Ismail Al turk
    The parameter estimation method that based on the minimum residual sum of squares is unsatisfactory in the presence of multicollinearity. In (1970) Hoerl and Kennard introduced an alternative estimation approach which is called the ridge regression (RR) estimator. In RR approach, ridge parameter plays an important role in the parameter estimation...
  43. Neelam Arya, Om Prakash, Vivekanand and Pant, A. K.
    The plant extracts of Curcuma longa L., a perennial herb is a member of the Zingiberaceae (ginger) family. The methanolic extracts were investigated for its anti-inflammatory and antipyretic activities in animal models. The extract at different doses used showed good anti-inflammatory activity which has been done significantly, by the formation of...
  44. Ahmed Hassan Mohamed Ali and Dr. Mohammad Nazir Ahmad
    It has been found that the conventional software engineering models such as for example Waterfall model, Prototyping, Incremental, Spiral, Rational Unified process (RUP) and Extreme programming (XP) cannot be used directly or not applicable for the development of web based systems. As a result of failure of software engineering models in...
  45. Ferhat Kup and Ramazan Saglam
    Generally, weed control is conducted in the form of hoeing or chemical control. Hoeingis difficult and performed using manpower; on the other hand, chemical control has harmful effects on the environment. In this study, the hot foam application was employed as a method for weed control. For this method, first a hot foam machine with a digital...
  46. Ibtihal Alahmadi and Christian Bach
    Health is very important for humans, but sometimes treatment of disease becomes necessary. People have faced cancer before, in the last centuries, but these days cancer is more widespread. Because of this scientists are trying to find treatments to cure cancer. They need to study cancer cells and genes and do research so it will lead them to get...
  47. Mishra, R. K. and Dubey, S. C.
    This paper addresses the Solar Actvity cause and effect of climate change and their various impacts. Earth’s Sunspots are the coldest part of the Sun and usually develop in pairs. The magnetic field in sunspots stores energy that is released in solar flares (SFs)/coronal mass ejections (CMEs). As a result, solar source activities usually occur in...
  48. 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...
  49. Yao-Martin Donani
    This paper, focused on developing a framework for the manufacturing of technologies for local industry in Africa using Ghana as the case sought to identify causes of technology underdevelopment in Ghana. Ghana’s industrialisation efforts have been faced with persistent failures despite the large acquisition of capital-intensive technologies and,...
  50. Sayyad Vajahat Ali, Pradeep B. Patil, Subhash S. Zope and Ajit P. Chaudhari
    Electricity is the major share of total global energy requirement, which is expected to be exponentially growing. As the demand grows steadily, not only will the supply become inadequate, it’s transmission and distribution will become inefficient and wasteful. The existing grid infrastructure was not basically designed for today’s pace of power...
  51. Vasudha Prabhakar, K., Narayana Reddy, R., Harish Babu, S., Raksha Sharma, C. M. and Chethan Kumar, K.
    The experiment was conducted in the five years old mulberry germplasms maintained at Sericulture Department. The study was conducted in all three seasons of the year 2010-2011 viz., pre monsoon (March-June), monsoon (July-Oct) and post–monsoon (November– February). The two sucking pests were selected for the study namely Pink mealy bug,...
  52. Reginald Appavoo, M. and Darling Femi, G.
    Objective: To evaluate the antibacterial activity of two saltpan microalgae Amphora sp and Oscillatoria sp against post operative pathogens Methods: Samples of microalgae were collected from the puthalam solar saltpan of Kanyakumari district. Two microalgae Amphora sp and Oscillatoria sp were identified and isolated by serial dilution method....
  53. Dr. Shyam Khandare
    Rural society is the primitive society of man. India is well-known in the world because of Indian rural culture and society. Farmers are the backbone of country.65% Indian economy is depending on agriculture. Therefore really if we want to develop India, there is a need to develop the rural society. Today Indian farmers are having so many social,...
  54. José Crisólogo de Sales Silva, Luiz Carlos Caetano and Adibe Luiz Abdalla
    This work was developed in the semiarid region of São José da Tapera, in the state of Alagoas, Brazil, in order to assess the quality of goat milk in two communities: Settlement Mocambo and Settlement Selma Bandeira. Milk were analyzed in 74 goats that survive under extensive management in the Caatinga. All animals were Brown Alpine breed....
  55. Veeresha, B. A., Rudra Naik, V., Chetti, M. B., Desai, S. A. and Suma S. Biradar
    Many agriculturally important traits such as yield, quality and some form of disease resistance are controlled by many genes (poly genes) and are known as quantitative traits. Identification of the genomic region containing few or more genes controlling these complex traits is a basic idea of QTL mapping. The large number of QTL mapping studies...
  56. Christo Queensly, C., Venkadesh, B. and Kumaran, T.
    The present investigation was concluded to evaluate the lethality of cypermetrhin on common carp, Cyprinus carpio. The effect was assessed on the basis of 10,20 and 30 days exposure of its sublethal concentrations (1/5th (0.02 mg/L) and 1/10th (0.01mg/L) on some hematological parameters. Fish were sampled at 10, 20 and 30 days to test for blood...
  57. Fan Min
    The Analects of Confucius is the representative work of Confucianism. Covering a wide scope of subjects from politics, philosophy, literature and art to education and moral cultivation, The Analects of Confucius has a tremendous influence on Chinese and Western thought and values. This paper attempts to explore how the cultural value of...
  58. Goni, M., Mohammed, I. and Bakari, H. R.
    This study examined the determinants of household food security in Borno State. Multistage simple random sampling procedure was used in the drawing of sample. Structured questionnaires and focus groups discussions were used in collecting data for the study. Data were collected from 500 households in 18 villages in six Local Government Areas, of...

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