February 2015

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  1. Geethambigai, C.S., Manikandan, V. and Prabhakaran, J.
    Aqueous plant extracts of Croton bonplandianum Bail. was evaluated for their allelopathic effect on growth and developmental changes of two rice cultivars(BPT-5204 and IR-20). The plant extracts was applied at 5, 5, 10, 15,20 and 25% concentrations on the seeds of rice cultivars to understand the germination, growth and pigment changes by...
  2. Sachan Anupam, K., Tripathi, K., 1Visnoi, G., 1Rasheed, A., Sharma, R. and Gangwar, S. S.
    Piroxicam has been the most widely used potent non steroidal anti inflammatory drug used in treatment of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis and acute gout disease for many decades. Since no systematic studies on design and development of Piroxicam FDT are available in literature, we propose to develop a suitable...
  3. Maia Konstantinova, Arshinkova, M. and Savova, R.
    Insulin pump treatment in Bulgaria started in 2007. The results for the first 29 patients were satisfying but the following years showed deterioration in some patients. The country needed a team of educated nurses for pump treatment. The 6-months project aimed: To start pump treatment in 12 type 1 diabetes children, aged 3.0 to 6.0 years,...
  4. Sayed Mohammad Naim Khalid
    This paper examines the current National Food Safety System of Afghanistan in contrast to some countries in the developed world. The main organizational structure of Afghanistan, its legal framework, the competent authorities and division of their responsibilities are discussed. Particularly, I examine the roles and responsibilities of different...
  5. Mohini Bajaj and Sanju Nanda
    Quality of a finished product is gauged by compliance of certain predetermined specifications. This is ascertained by validated analytical procedures carried out by quality control personnel and laid down by the Quality Assurance (QA) department of a pharmaceutical company. In the present scenario, testing of the finished product alone is not...
  6. Mannan Hajimahmoodi, Ghazaleh Moghaddam, Mahdi Hatefi, Mahnaz Khanavi, Naficeh Sadeghi, Mahjoub Poureini, Mohammad Reza Oveisi and Behrooz Jannat
    Natural and synthetic antioxidants play a significant role in retarding the lipid oxidation reactions in food products. Prevention of lipid peroxidation has long become an important issue, since oils and fats, essential to our diets, tend to encounter problems of oxidation and rancidity, which affect food quality and also may...
  7. Kehinde A. Taiwo and Subuola B. Fasoyiro
    Women are the key players in cassava production and processing in Nigeria. They are involved in the planting, harvesting, processing, distribution and sales. Cassava processing operations include peeling, grating, fermentation, pressing, roasting, cooking and milling. Some of the constraints women still face in cassava processing include manual...
  8. Rath Sunil Kumar and Chaturvedi, T. P.
    Oral hygiene affects the overall health had already been proven.Various procedures are advocated for maintaining oral hygiene in regular practice. Shalakya Tantra (system of surgery), a branch in Ayurved includes Dentistry as a subject in it. Various studies has proven that chewing sticks described in ancient Ayurved texts have medicinal and anti-...
  9. Akililu Alemu, Shiferaw Letta and Meaza Demessie
    Back ground: Adolescents comprise of individuals between the age group of 10–19 years. In Ethiopia, adolescents in the age range of 15-24 comprise 30% of the population that represent a huge segment of potentially vulnerable population. They are at high risk for practicing risky sexual behaviors which result in STIs including HIV, unplanned...
  10. Malik, Abdulganiyu, A. and Dikko Aliyu, H.
    In 1914, approximately 1.6 billion people lived on the earth surface. By the year 1955, that number had grown to 5.7 billion. Today, in 2015, the world population is approaching 7.2 billion people. Each year, the human race is expected to increase by nearly 100 million, necessitating the need for more food production, especially of quality animal...
  11. Anil Mehta, Kate Treharne and Gibson M. Sijumbila
    Ciliary beat frequency is an important component of mucociliary clearance. Our aim was to test the hypothesis that hyperosmotic stress reduces ciliary beat frequency and that this reduction can be influenced by protein kinase A manipulation in vitro. Using ciliated nasal epithelial cells ciliary beat frequency was measured at 32oC under different...
  12. Auwalu Muhammed and Abubakar Ahmad Rufai
    Undergraduate students are prone to stress due to traditional character of university life. High levels of stress are believed to affect students’ health and academic function. However, effective coping strategies may assist the return to a balance state, reducing the negative effects of stress. The aim of this study was to determine the level of...
  13. Mkrtumyan, M. P. and Mkrtchyan, T. L.
    In article the methodic of the active training is discuss. Active training - one of the most powerful directions of modern psychology. The methodic is built on a combination of a lecture, seminar and practical training. At students rethinking of values of the victim is reflected in difficult cognitive processes in which the external and internal...
  14. Benjamin Pkemei Ng’imor and Dr. Samuel Muthoga
    The primary roles of monetary authority are to ensure that the level of money supply in the economy spurs economic growth and ensures price stability in the economy. Economic theory and practice show that velocity of money is a crucial element in understanding the nature of money demand in the economy. Velocity of money is critical in formulation...
  15. Avramov, T., Konov, D., Valcheva, S., Vicheva, D., Manolova, A., Tafradgiiska, M., Valev, D., Strandzheva, M., Kostadinov, D. and Tchalacov, I.
    The possibilities and the results of treatment of patients with snoring and obstructive sleep apnea, treated in the ENT Clinic, University Hospital "Tsaritsa Yoanna" for a period of three years were investigated. Materials and methods: 22 patients with snoring and obstructive sleep apnea, treated with Laser Assisted Uvoluplasty, Radio frequent...
  16. Mohamed Neffati
    The world economic recession was a consequence of the contagion of the subprime crisis which was began in the United States at the end of 2007 and has left deep scars. Indeed, this problem, which characterised by the difficulty to be quantified, has been transmitted in the most advanced and transition economies by a loss of competitiveness during...
  17. Palanivel, V. and Kaviarasu, V.
    Bank which means “Accepting deposit and lending loans”. A primary Agricultural bank is providing financing facilities their members. To meet the farmer need financial and agriculture co-operative bank generally provides wide range advancing loan for tractors, trucks, animals, crops to their members. The co-operative bank extends banking facilities...
  18. Hiroshi Ito, Tamara Maier, Quentin Baltus, Thomas Sun, ManamiHiraoka, Arisa Tanaka
    The significance of information communication technologies (ICT) for development is well recognized, but Africa seems behind the rest of the regions in the world.Through literature review and semi-structured interviews with relevant stakeholders including African intellectuals, political scientists, development economists, and ICT and education...
  19. Hasan, M. K., Mahbub, A. S. M. and Hasnath, M. R.
    Two experiments were conducted to evaluate nutrient availability and body composition of semi scavenging Giribaz pigeon. The average DM, CP, CF, EE, ash, NFE, Ca and Av. P in crop and gizzard contents of male and female pigeon were 716.75, 108.50, 50.55, 15.90, 49.60, 574.25, 0.54 and 0.22 g/kg, respectively. The ME contents was 14.20 MJ/kg DM....
  20. Kehkashan Mujeeb, Hafiz Iqtidar Ahmad, Sahar Saleem and Khan, K. Z.
    This paper discusses the preventive and curative aspect of shaqiqa in Unani system of medicine. Shaqiqa is a familiar disorder, it is not a modern entity, it is described since ancient time. Many eminent Unani physician like as Jalinoos (Galen), Ibn-e-Sina (Avicenna), Razi, described its etiology, prevention, and treatment.Shaqiqa is characterized...
  21. Nicholas Gregory Okello, Bruno Ocaya and Apollo Kasharu
    Various microfinance institutions have sprouted at the community levels and continue to operate in the Acholi sub-region during the insurgency and in the aftermath. Their roles have been to carry out financial intermediation functions of mobilizing savings and deployment of loans. A number of studies have been carried out on the contributions of...
  22. Aruba Zubedi and Husna Habib
    ‘Special needs education (SNE) is highly crucial for all those children and adults with disabilities. In this article, we aim to research the awareness levels of SNE in various schools and communities in the city of Hyderabad, India. A qualitative approach was taken for this purpose. Our research also includes a case study of a special needs child...
  23. Arzybaev Askarbek
    This paper highlights some aspects of Kyrgyz social security system in terms of international donor organizations’ policy. First it was analyzed how various international guidelines on national social security are compatible. Then the selected international recommendations were reviewed in detail for defining its applicability to the national...
  24. Igor Gjoreski and Aleksandar Glavinov
    Since its foundation in 1949, the Alliance continually is evolving politics of partnership and cooperation with all non-NATO countries. This policy has a special place in the overall policy of the Alliance. Dating back to the last decade of XX century, the Alliance has tried to establish closer formal partnerships relations with states and...
  25. Hamza Adam
    Rural poverty remains a challenge among developing countries including Ghana. Livelihood diversification has been employed as one of the strategies to mitigate the teething poverty in Northern Ghana. Although lauded as a potential source of poverty eradication, limited studies have been conducted to understand the livelihood diversification...
  26. Darsana
    A pentablock copolymer was prepared via the atom transfer radical polymerization of 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate (HEMA) initi-ated by 2-bromoisobutyryl end-capped PPO-PEO-PPO as a macroinitiator in DMF. Attaching PHEMA blocks altered the self-assembly process of the pentablock copolymer with γ-CDs in aqueous solution. Before attaching the PHEMA,...
  27. Dr. Andrew Azzopardi and Doriana Bezzina
    This paper will be looking at The National Youth Employment Strategy 2015 which focuses on the 15-24 age group; a cohort which experienced a number of significant transitions both at the individual and institutional level. Focusing on the inter-relatedness and inter-dependency of economic and social policies, this Strategy aspires to develop a...
  28. Jinwon Ahn and Erdenebilguum Gan-Och
    Despite its challenges and volatilities due to number of internal and external factors, Mongolian mining industry remains to be the most important driver for its economic development. Mineral products consistently comprise over 80% of Mongolia's total exports and efforts are being made to switch the raw commodity based exports to more value-added...
  29. Huan Cheng-lin
    Micro course is a kind of new learning resources in recent years, and it has the characteristics of focus, practical and fast food. These characteristics meet the current fast pace of life, people just want to in the limited time learn useful knowledge for their needs. This study interprets the meaning of the class, analyzes the micro course...
  30. Kristofina Ndilimeke Nghiyoonanye, Simon Hoabeb and Anis Mahomed Karodia
    Performance management within the Public Service in Namibia was announced in 2006, but it took almost eight years to be attended with all permanent secretaries signing for it only in 2014 in front of the Prime Minister. Since performance management started with permanent secretaries, the need to find out the preparedness of employees and the...
  31. Mohamed Ahmed Abdel Kawy and El-Shazly, A. H.
    This study, Nano Zero Valente Iron (NZVI) was produced with different stabilizers (Sodiumcarboxymethylcellulose, CMC, Polyvinylpyrrolidone, PVP, Hexadecyltrimethylammonium bromide, CTAB using kinetic energy micro reactor (K-M reactor). There action between Ferric chloride (FeCl3.6H2O) with different stabilizers and Sodium borohydriede (NaBH4) as...
  32. Munyaradzi Nyamutora, Vinay Panday, V. and Anis Mahomed Karodia
    This study is based on theories of performance management. According to Armstrong (2009) the three theories of performance management are the social cognitive theory, goal theory and control theory. These explain how goal setting, boosting employees’ self-confidence and providing feedback contribute to organisational performance. The aim of this...
  33. Aladeloba, E. O., Okesoto J. O. and Akerele, A.
    The paper assesses the quality of sandcrete blocks in some selected areas of Alimosho Local Government Area (LGA), the north eastern part of Lagos state, Nigeria. With the view of enhancing the quality of the production of sancrete blocks in the state. The study is hybrid in its methodological approach. Combining, the quasi experimental research...
  34. Narasimhamurthy, G. K., Rangappa, S., Seema Agarwal, Subhan, C.M. and Fakruddin, K.
    The specially designed pykanometre and dilatometer is used to measure the temperature variation of density of two liquid crystalline CBOnO.m compounds namely 1. α-(4-cyanobiphenyl-4 heptyloxy)-ω-4-n-alkylanilinebenzylidene-4oxy)decane (C1) 2. α-(4-cyanobiphenyl-4 decyloxy)-ω-4-n-alkylanilinebenzylidene-4oxy)decane (C2) Using density and thermal...
  35. Purushothaman Nair, R.
    A factorization procedure for a given totally positive (TP) matrix- a matrix with all positive minors - is introduced. The strategy is to reduce a column to corresponding column of the identity matrix. Factors so obtained are triangular matrices with constant row or column entries. Such matrices and their inverses with simple structures can be...
  36. Mohy, E., Mekkawy, M. M. and Abu-Dorra, H. M.
    A new Viscosity bath has been entered the services in Thermal Metrology Laboratory-National Institute for Standards, NIS-Egypt in order to use in maintain and extend the national viscosity scale in wide temperature ranges, international comparison and routine calibration of viscometers. The medium of the bath should be homogenous enough in...
  37. Kwong Fai A. Lo and Suranjith Bandara Koralegedara
    Cities are becoming increasingly vulnerable to water related issues due to rapid urbanization, installation of complex infrastructure, and changes in the rainfall patterns. This study aims at assessing the impacts of climate change on rainwater harvesting systems (RWH) at the tropical urban city Taipei, Taiwan. The future climate change...
  38. Okesoto, J. O., Aladeloba, O. E. and Alabi, O. T.
    The paper assesses the level of satisfaction derived by the users of academic buildings in Yaba College of technology. The research which is largely field based had questionnaires randomly administered on a total of 290 respondents in a total of nine buildings that were equally randomly selected. Data solicited include respondent’s data and level...
  39. Manene, M. M., Mwangi Mary, M. and Pokhariyal, G. P.
    In this paper, labor market performance in Sub-Sahara Africa has been modeled using convex optimization. Labor market indicators have been adopted as a reliable source of information capable of describing Sub-Sahara Africa labor market condition. We aimed at investigating a set of measures that could explain maximum performance in the labor market...
  40. Dr. Zeki S. Tywofik and Saif mohammed Ali
    Hemoglobin A1c is the most parameters for the monitoring of metabolic control of patients with diabetes mellitus. The aim of this study is to determine the reference rang of glycosylated hemoglobin (Hb A1c%) in an Iraqi population (males and females) and predict Bp systolic diastolic by using demonstrates the application of decision tree, as...
  41. Osama M. S. Mostafa, Abd El-Latif Hesham and Hanaa M. Abu El Einin
    This study presents the first results about the genetic polymorphism and diversity among the five Egyptian Bulinus truncatus populations, Giza (GZ), Damietta (DM), Behera (BH), Fayoum (FY) and lab bred strain (LB), using the inter-simple sequence repeats PCR (ISSR-PCR). A total of 85 bands, unique, polymorphic and monomorphic were obtained using...
  42. Shivananda S. Admani, Geetha Devi, T., Harish Babu, S. and Vasudha Prabhakar, K.
    The present study was conducted in department of sericulture, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore. The main aim of the study is to know the effect of different organic sources on soil arthropods under rainfed condition. The treatment T6 recorded the maximum abundance of 14.67 arthropods per 400 gm of soil which was on par with T3 (13.67...
  43. Bobadilla-Soto Encarnación Ernesto, Salas-Razo Guillermo, Padillas-Flores Juan Pablo and Perea-Peña Mauricio
    The aim of this study was to evaluate the displacement of Mexican sheep production units as a result of imports. The country as a whole was taken as the unit of analysis, the information is mainly obtained from SAGARPA and sectorial agencies, FAO, Ministry of Economy and the Bank of Mexico, the study was conducted from 1970 to 2011. Data was...
  44. Subuola B. Fasoyiro, Michael O. Oyelakin, John P. Alimi, Kafayat O. Zaka, Alice O. Ajani, Abosede O. Oduntan, Abiodun A. Olapade, Elizabeth A. Farinde, Sunday O. Osunbitan, Elizabeth A. Ejigbo, Folashade O. Adeboyejo, Funmilayo F. Ilesanmi and Michael O. Afolabi
    A -day sensitization workshop was organized on career choice in sciences and technology with case study in food science and technology for secondary school science students. The objectives of the workshop were to assess the knowledge of the students on science and technology, food science and technology as a career and entrepreneurship...
  45. Dr. Shilpa Bathla, Dr. S. K. Srivastava and Dr. Sudha Chhabra
    Dental panoramic radiographs or orthopantomographs, have received overwhelming attention from clinical researchers and dental practioners worldwide in the recent years. The credit for this interest is attributed to the potential use of orthopantomographs in the prediction of skeletal osteoporosis. Numerous radiomorphometric indices of the...
  46. Sihare Shyam, R.
    Quantum cryptography is unconditional secure communication by using the phenomena of Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, no-cloning theorem of photon of quantum mechanics. Further, conventional cryptography susceptible at present computer computation but processing speed grow more rapidly and quantum computer abruptly launch then classical...
  47. Tesfaye Demissie
    ‘Insight’ combines several ideas. It includes ‘classic’ areas, such as knowing who consumers are, what they do, where they are, what they buy, what they would like to buy, what media they are exposed to and what media they choose to view, listen to or read. It also includes more psychological areas – what consumers think and feel, what their...
  48. Senthil Kumar, M., PremKumar, L. and Mani, K. R.
    The purpose of this study is to evaluate the transfer of resistant markers through conjugation and transformation evaluation of transconjugate strains for stability of R – plasmid against different conditions like several passages and storage in different temperatures for different time period. Around 2423 clinical samples collected from hospitals...
  49. Suh, C., Meka, S. S., Ngome, A. F., Neba, D. A., Kemngwa, I. T., Sonkouat, A. D. and Njualem, D.
    Potato production requires a reasonable quantity of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and potassium in the soil. These nutrients could be obtained from organic manures or inorganic fertilizers application. Thus, the objective of this study was to evaluate the influence of organic and inorganic fertilizer on the growth and yield of potato and soil properties in...
  50. Zlatko Brnjas
    Although public administration is called "public" in many cases it is not. Excessive, influence of politics on public administration primarily in recruiting new members, ie. People, who have chosen to be servants (workers) in the public administration many times they been limited because they don t belong to a particular party. This problem is...
  51. Aminu Ibrahim
    Surface river water is seriously experiencing contamination which threatens human health, ecosystem and plants/animals life. Cluster analysis and principal component analysiswas used to evaluatethe spatial variation and contamination sources of surface water quality data sets initiated from Terengganu river basin and originated during 2003-2007...
  52. Aida Hoteit
    This article discusses the phenomenon of violence towards architecture, mainly, the collective memory associated therewith. It addresses the relationship between architecture and identity, and its role in the formation of social, cultural, and political context in the memory of people or community. It also identifies the buildings and areas mostly...
  53. Sarathbabu, P. and John Paul, K.
    Delineation of saltwater contamination zones in the groundwater, hydrogeochemical parameters such as Ca/Mg, Cl2/CO3+HCO3,TA/TH, Base Exchange Index and Mg/Ca verses Cl2 have been used. The area chosen for study lies between north latitudes of 16014'29'' and 16043'05'' and the east longitudes of 79035'24'' and 79050'43''. Fifty groundwater...
  54. Mohammed Kasim, Zebene Assfaw, Abayneh Derero, Mateos Melkato and Yosef Mamo
    The study was carried out in degraded lands in Central Rift Valley area of Ethiopia in 2012. The main aims of the study were to assess the woody species composition, structure, regeneration, density and diversity in the area closures and in an open area; and to assess the socioeconomic importance of area closures to the local communities. Three...
  55. Asma Dellagi Malouche and Neji Bouslama
    Nowadays, call centres are more and more numerous in Tunisia. Despite the high turnover in the incoming centre calls, many students work there for a definite period. For those who have opted for a whole career in it, they would often suffer from an acute state of stress. The following article deals with the call centres art, the work exhaustion...
  56. Lewis Luján, Lidianys María, Iloki Assanga, Simon Bernard, Fernández Angulo, Daniela, Gil- Salido, Armida Andrea, Lara Espinoza Claudia Lizeth, Rubio-Pino, José Luis
    The eyes are at particular risk for oxidative damage due to their high exposure to oxygen, a large amount of fatty acids in the retina and also high light exposure, environmental pollutants and ultraviolet rays. Oxidative stress to the largely retinal pigment epithelial cell layer (RPE) over time is reported to produce tissue dysfunction that...
  57. Marzieh Motallebi and Dana L. Hoag
    The Zayande River is the largest on the central plateau of Iran and is contaminated by heavy metals from industries and fertilizers and pesticides from agriculture. We measure farmers’ willingness to accept (WTA) a payment to install riparian buffer strips that could curtail pollution. Environmental valuation studies are rare in Iran and, more...
  58. Aloysius Wong Tze Hern and Renee Lim Lay Hong
    Probiotics are known for their health-promoting benefits and are widely used in food and health products. However, they serve as reservoirs for antibiotic resistant genes and risks clinical complications if transferred to pathogenic strains. Antibiotic resistant probiotic strains have been reported from various food and biological sources but the...
  59. Chris N. Uzondu, Sampson K. Nwonyi and Onyinye P. Ezema
    This study examined relationships of job stress, perceived organizational politics and turnover intention among employees using a cross-sectional design. Two hundred and fifty eight (258) non-teaching staff (124 male and 134 females) from the University of Nigeria Nsukka, with a mean age of 42.07 years, SD of 9.59 participated in the study. One...
  60. Hafiz Shehzad Muzammil, Saleem Haider, Barbara Rasco and Shyam Sablani
    The study was design to investigate the effects of overrun and glycerol supplementation on physicochemical properties of probiotic frozen yogurt. Frozen yogurt was prepared containing different types of probiotics (Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacterium lactis) along with yogurt starter culture (Streptococcus thermophilus and Lactobacillus...
  61. Agustín Ávila Romero, Leon Enrique Ávila Romero and Miriam Aidé Valladares Martínez
    Protected Natural Areas (PNA) have represented internationally from more than 100 years ago, a strategy to preserve geographic spaces with an important biological richness, however these reservoirs have not incorporated in its design to the human element, such as an integral part in preservation activities, have dismissed the local knowledge...
  62. Nico G. J. Vloon, Matthijs H. M. Hammer and Nathalie Brahimi
    Entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education is generally viewed upon as being important for economic growth in the 21st century. Teaching entrepreneurship however seems to need another approach than regular education to fulfill the professional and ever changing needs. In this perspective active learning and constructivism is generally seen as...

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