March 2015

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  1. Indhira, K., Senthil, J., Vadivel, S. and Anand, P. H.
    Kumbakonam Municipal town is selected for the present study. Objectives: a) to trace the past and explore existing conditions of solid waste management practises in the Kumbakonam town, b) to map the existing number of dustbin locations and to find out the suitable and unsuitable locations dust bins in Kumbakonam town and c) to suggest the optimum...
  2. Pablo Naranjo García, Rodolfo López Andrino, Hernán Pinto
    Excellent results are usually obtained when facial benign vascular alterations such as erythrosis and couperosis are treated with vascular laser (pulsed dye, KTP, Neodimiun-YAG) or with Intense Pulsed Light (IPL). However, the erythema occurring at hours or days after such treatment may hamper the patients’ ability to go back to their daily lives...
  3. Uzma Amin, Nilofer Khan and Dr. Imtiyaz Ali Bhat
    The problem of infertility has not given its due attention in India because it is not a life threatening condition. Infertility is a life crisis with invisible losses and its consequences are manifold. The study was done to find out the prevalence and causes of infertility in ethnic population of J and K. The study was carried out in the hospital...
  4. Na Li, Lin Wu, Yihuang Su, Yuxiang Ji and Jie Liu
    A new compound derived from naphthalene was successfully characterized as Al3+-selective fluorescent probe. The proposed probe has better selectivity and sensitivity compared to other tested metal ions. A prominent fluorescence enhancement was observed in the presence of Al3+, accompanied by the change in the absorption spectrum.
  5. Ishwar Prakash Sharma and Sharma, A. K.
    Bacteria are well known for their ability to liberate proteins and enzymes into their environment. Pseudomonad sp. being important micro-organisms produces wide range of extra-cellular enzymes including proteases. The pseudomonad strains R62 and R81 has been used in this study for electrophoresis analysis of extracellular protease enzymes which...
  6. Ramya Devi, K. A., Irene Wilsy, J. and Reginald, M.
    Indian medicinal plant (Rauwolfia serpentina (Linn.) were analyzed for their phytochemical constituents. The results revealed the presence of bioactive constituents comprising carbohydrate, glycosides, steroids, alkaloids, flavonoids, saponin and triterpenes. Rauwolfia serpentina (Linn.) is a good source of glycosides, alkaloids, flavonoids, and...
  7. Vimala, M. Reginald, M. and Irene Wilsy, J.
    The phytochemical constituents of the aqueous, acetone and methanol extracts of Padina tetrastromatica were studied. The qualitative analysis revealed the presence of alkaloids, steroids, tannin, phenols, saponins, terpenoids and flavonoids. The methanol extract of Padina tetrastromatica, was used for quantitative estimation of alkaloid, tannin,...
  8. Addisu Asefa, Yosef Mamo, Girma Mengesha and Anteneh Shimelis
    The effects of human disturbances on woody plant species diversity was assessed by comparing species richness, Shannon diversity and evenness, population abundance and composition along three disturbance gradients in the northern Bale Mountains, Ethiopia. Data on woody plant species were collected in six forest patches along three levels of...
  9. Dr. Prakash, B., Dr. Srinivas, N., Dr. Shrinivasa, BM. and Dr. Renuka, M.
    Introduction: A new initiative in the Indian health care system by introducing Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA) workers under the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) made a remarkable impact in utilization of healthcare services at the peripheral level. This study was conducted with the objectives to assess the knowledge of ASHA workers...
  10. Thamacin Arulappan, M., John Britto, S., Ruckmani, K. and Mohan Kumar, R.
    Solvent extracts of Ethanol obtained from the tubers of Zehneriascabra were screened for antibacterial and antifungal activities. The extracts displayed wider spectrum of antimicrobial activity.
  11. Yasmeen M. Attia, Olfat A. Hammam, Nagwa Elkhafif, Tarek Mansour, Mohamed M. Elmazar, Rania M. Abdelsalam, Sanaa A. Kenawy and Aiman S. El-Khatib
    One of the most serious consequences of Schistosoma (S.) mansoni infection is hepatic schistosomiasis or periportal fibrosis. Treatment with praziquantel (PZQ) remains the mainstay of schistosomiasis control. Stem cells and their possible use in cell therapy have drawn much attention recently, due to their potential for self-renewal and...
  12. Eteudo, A., Nto, N. J., Agu, A. U., Finbars-Bello, E., Adiri, C. O., Ezugwuorie, J. O. and Ogbonnaya, R. A.
    Background: Anthropometric parameters are important tools in monitoring and evaluating physical changes associated with growth, puberty and sexual maturation of a girl child. Physical anthropometry provides parameters for monitoring and evaluating hormone mediated change in growth and maturation. The variability in menstrual pattern and menarche...
  13. Ishvinderkaur, Dr. Kavita Kaushal, Dr. Lalit Arora and Dr. Reena Arora
    Carcinoma of the breast is the leading cause of death in women aged 30 years and above. It reduces the life expectancy of the population at risk especially those between 31 and 50. The incidence of breast cancer is rising rapidly in the population group that used to enjoy low incidence of the disease. Majority of the patients present late in the...
  14. Dr. Dudanakar Mahesh, P., Dr. K. M. K. Masthan and Dr. Neha S. Agnihotri
    Sarcomas are the rare malignant neoplasms originating from the mesodermal tissues that constitute connective tissues of the body. Among these, fibrosarcoma constitutes 5-15% of all sarcomas present in the head and neck region. It is the neoplastic lesion of malignant fibroblasts that shows no other evidence of cellular differentiation and is...
  15. Fahad Alsaikhan, Mohamed A Abd-ElAziz, Mohammed Alsubaie, Saad A. Aldosari and Abdullah Alhamaad
    Objective: This study aims to evaluate the practice and knowledge of Saudi pharmacists regarding chronopharmacology of antihypertensive drugs. Method: A Descriptive cross – sectional questionnaire based survey of randomly selected community pharmacists from Riyadh city in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in March and April 2014. Sample consisted of...
  16. Vijaya Bhaskar, M. and Dr. Padma Suvarna, R.
    This paper deals with the design of an embedded system for acquiring the dielectric constant using microcontroller controlled stepper motor. Dielectric parameters of general materials are measured manually by using x-band Microwave bench. These measurements are not much accurate when done manually. Hence, microcontroller based automatic...
  17. Mohammad Shayannejad, Nahid Akbari and Kaveh Ostad Ali Askari
    Sofar much research has been done of flood routing through Muskingum linear and non-linear model and genetic algorithm. Study of changed specifications of river such as waterway slope, width and length of the river, and the river bed which lead to determination of its roughness coefficient, and their impacts of flood hydrograph and finally on...
  18. Kaveh Ostad Ali Askari and Mohammad Shayannejad
    In this study in order to evaluate the accuracy of the equation and its coefficient variation in addition to obtain flow characteristics in six sections and estimates of geometric parameters using the SPSS software HEC-RAS 4, sampled in many points of bed soil and were used in analysis. Results showed that the bed was rough and this roughness was...
  19. Neeraj Sharma, Anu Sharma and Dinesh Singh
    The study was conducted to record the diversity, traditional uses and the utilization pattern of medicinal plants in sub-tropical forests in and around erstwhile district Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir. During the survey, out of total 395 plant species recorded, 118 species belonging to 107 genera in 56 families revealed the ethno-medicinal relevance to...
  20. Dr. Sedat Cereci
    In this study, character of communication is evaluated and language is discussed as main component of communication and spiritual power of language is emphasized as a primary actor of communication. Man drew on cave walls and graved on stone and wrote on papyrus and painted on canvas and always tried to tell something in past because of his...
  21. Riyauddeen Zubairu Maitama and Musa Ibrahim
    History has shown that technical education is an important factor in the growth and development of any nation. The reality of today also indicates that technological advancements and innovations have touched virtually every aspect of life. Therefore, any nation that fails to take the production of technicians seriously has sentenced itself into...
  22. Dr. Seeku A. K. Jaabi
    Global and national-level policy makers have been embracing financial inclusion as an important development priority. Financial inclusion is highly topical globally hence made one of its pillars at the G20 2009 Pittsburgh Summit. By end-2013, more than 50 national-level policy-making and regulatory bodies had publicly committed to financial...
  23. Aleksandar Glavinov and Vasil Mitevski
    We have no greater responsibility than providing the safety and security for our citizens, allies, and partners and develop the economic environment that promotes opportunity and prosperity. The use of improvised explosive devices (IEDs) threatens these interests by killing, injuring, and intimidating citizens and political leaders around the...
  24. Norul Hisham Hamid, Mohd Fitri Yazid, Noraishah Hassan and Micheal David Hale
    The Merpauh (Irvingla malayana olive) sawdust was mixed with empty fruit bunch (EFB) of oil palm tree, aimed to improve the homogeneous EFB particleboard. The EFB and Merpauh fibres with diameter of less than 1 mm and more than 1 mm were prepared and they were mixed with ratios of 40:60, 60:40, 80:20 and 100:0. The particleboard with a target...
  25. Dr. Saira Gori
    Investment in India provides the base and pre-requisite for economic growth and development. Apart from a nation’s foreign exchange reserves, exports, government’s revenue, financial position, available supply of domestic savings, magnitude and quality of foreign investment are necessary for the well being of a country. Developing nations, in...
  26. Bulent Alagoz
    Plato states that democracy and education appear as two sisters. According to him, the most basic feature of democratic managements is the importance they give to the education but the one based on questioning and discussing. Christopher Lasch as another philosopher also brings forward that democracy requires social discussion. It is possible to...
  27. Essien, Blessing Stephen and Okon Sunday Udoh
    Akwa Ibom State with a total land area of 8412.0km2 is endowed with Stubbs Greek Forest Reserve (SCFR). The exploitation of the SCFR has reached an alarming proportion principally due to human occupational activities such as farming, lumbering, oil exploration, road and residential constructions. Relying specifically on field-based data from 240...
  28. Kajang, Y. G. and Jatau, A. A.
    The paper examined the impact of global armed conflict on Education and Health of individuals in the 21st century. It explores the effects communal armed conflicts on education and health of the citizenry. The impact of conflict on education as raised in the paper are that it disrupts school attendance, educational attainment, destroys...
  29. Madhurima Verma
    The tribal women, constitute like any other social group, about half of the total population. Tribal societies generally view gender as complimentary and egalitarian, where each role is defined but complimentary to the other. Men focus on cultivation and women plant and gather the foods, thus both roles are necessary and complimentary in the...
  30. Buyantuev Sergey Lubsanovich, Kondratenko Anatoly Sergeyevich and Khmelyov Andrey Borisovich
    The paper presents the results of the study of the thermal conductivity of brown coal deposit "Okinoklyuchevskoye" of 0.1-1 mm fraction being processed in an electric arc plasma. To solve the problem there have been experimentally determined actual, apparent and bulk density of coal, as well as its porosity. The research was carried out by...
  31. Huan Cheng-lin
    Under the background of education globalization and information technology, open education resources based on the concept of "open sharing" is the important trend of global education movement. MOOC is the new development of open education resources and breakthrough, that it embodies the transformation about the open education resources from the...
  32. Kaveh Ostad Ali Askari, Mohammad Shayannejad and Hossein Ghorbanizade Kharazi
    According to the current water crisis and spend more than 94 percent of water in agriculture the mechanized irrigation systems, and revised the actual plant water estimation are needed it is facilitate to predict rainfall in the growing season. In the design of irrigation systems should be noted that the total rainfall occurred was not available...
  33. Osman, HM., Shayoub, ME., Munzir ME. Ahmed and Babiker, EM.
    All cultures and societies have knowledge best described as folk medicine, and Sudanese people used S. argel to treat many diseases among them Hyperlipidemia. In this study the effect of ethanolic leaves extract of S. argel on lipid profile was examined in two groups of albino rats (control and experimental) each of six animal, after being...
  34. Elias Naim Kassis, Idiberto José Zotarelli Filho, Marinônio Lopes Cornélio, Álvaro José Cicarelli, Luiz Fernando Frascino and Taylane Soffener Berlanga de Araújo
    The WHO (World report on road traffic injury prevention, 2002) predicts that by 2020 road accidents are the third leading cause of facial trauma in the world. Moreover, according to the Brazilian Association of organ transplantation, the number of bone transplants per million population reaches 450 (18,200 transplants). The lack of bone in the...
  35. Dr. Anumita Agarwal and Dr. Daksha Joshi
    Claudia Goldin gave the ‘U’ shaped female labour force function curve and she related it to the level of education and the emergence of the white collar sector jobs. The downward trend in the ‘U’ was due to rise in incomes because of expansion of markets and shift from farm activities to factory work; this she has denoted as the income effect on...
  36. Iloeje, A. F., Nwagbara, A. O. and Chijioke, E.O.
    Oil pollution is a serious threat to the bio-physical environment and consequently the socio-economic life of the people living within the oil bearing environment. This paper examined the significance of oil contamination on the socio-economic life of the people of Mgbede in Rivers State, Ekakpamre and Kwale in Delta State, with a view to...
  37. Saliha Koc
    Care is essential in nursing practice. Determination of the standards will serve as a guide in defining, measuring and evaluating the quality of patient care. In this context, the concept of “Care-Friendly Hospital” has been established. The project aims to attract nurses to the patient side and encourage them into care and applications.
  38. Angelova Sofiya, Naseva Emilia, Avramov Toma, Valev Dinko, Tafradgiiska Maya, Manolova Antoaneta, Valcheva Silvia, Shirov Todor and Petkov Rosen
    Introduction: The aim of the study was to estimate and analyze the direct and indirect costs for treatment of three categories of patients with COPD and asthma - smokers, passive smokers and non-smokers after exacerbation and hospitalization in the clinic for pulmonary suppurative disease, pneumonia and bronchoscopy procedures and calculate price...
  39. Bayou Nadia, Daoud Hussein, Belhaj Ahlem, Briault Sylvain, Helayem M. Bechir, Ben Jemaa Lamia and M’rad Ridha
    Positional cloning is the approach of choice for the identification of genetic mutations underlying the pathological development of complex genetic diseases like autism. Such genes can be identified using carriers of a chromosomal rearrangement which goes along with the sequencing of novel candidate genes. We report here the positional cloning of...
  40. Asish Bhaumik, G.V. Chaitanya Reddy, Balamuralikrishna, B., Basheer, SK. and Fazul Rahaman
    Meyna spinosa Roxb, a medicinal plant enjoys it use in the traditional medicine in all over the India for the treatment of a number of ailments. In Bengali it is called as Monkata. It is a wild common plant distributed in India, Bangladesh and in both northeastern tropical Africa and tropical Asia. The main objective of the present research work...
  41. Neeta Austin Singha
    The most basic task for one’s mental, emotional, and social health, which begins in infancy and continues until one die, is the construction of his or her positive self-esteem. A quasi experimental study was conducted to assess the effect of psycho-education on self-esteem of psychiatric patients attending psychiatric setting in CMC and H and DMC...
  42. Sashimatsung
    The study attempts to analyse the production and market intermediaries involved in the entire marketing process of orange in Humtso village of Wokha District during the period 2013-14. For this, the data is collected from 50 respondents cultivating orange and 15 retailers and 7 wholesalers involved in moving the commodity were randomly selected....
  43. Bui Ha Phuong, M. A.
    This paper aims to analyze the main value of academic libraries to lecturers’ life learning, which iprovides the stores of knowledge, provides lecturers with information literacy and develop information literacy skills for their lifelong learning. Analyzing the necessity of lifelong learning to the lecturers is also one of main objectives....
  44. Sanjib Mandal
    Concern with women’s access to credit and contributions to women empowerment are not new. In India, the trickle down effects of macroeconomic policies have failed to resolve the problem of gender inequality. The empowerment of women and improvement of their status and economic role need to be integrated into development programs, as the...
  45. Dr. Chavan, R. R. and Surve, A. Y.
    The present paper aims to investigate the socio-economic status of scheduled tribes in Khandesh region of Maharashtra state. The primary data was used with the help of structured questionnaire for 439 Scheduled Tribe UG and PG student respondents during the year 2014; further the results were interpreted with help of tabular analysis. The results...
  46. Dr. Anupam Anand
    The purpose of this document is to provide data management standards and practices as they apply to manage, monitor and control the data. The majority of text was taken directly from the information resources listed under the references. In some instances, text from these resources was modified to facilitate the document’s ease of reading or to...
  47. MD Musa Ali
    In every religion education is considered as a most powerful medium for preserving and transferring the ideas, ethics and values among the member of its future citizens. For this purpose every religion has developed its own education system. In Islam Madarsa education system generally cater the need of education of their future citizens. The...
  48. Sintayehu Demeke Kebede
    A state with its socio economic and political institutions is undeniably the most important socio economic and political institution in a society. But states have exhibited varying ability in fostering socio economic development across the world which partially could be explained by the difference in the ability of states to mobilize natural and...
  49. Cuthbert Majoni and Leonorah Tendayi Nyaruwata
    This study sought to find out the challenges in achieving effective mentoring during teaching practice in the teacher education institutions in Zimbabwe. The multiple case study design was used and five teacher colleges participated in this study. The purposive sampling technique was used to select the participants. The participants included...
  50. Jing Wang, Na Li, Tianli Zhang, Yukang Lin, Zeyu He and Jun Zhang
    A benzoyl hydrazine derivative was successfully characterized as Cu2+-selective fluorescent probe. Complexing with Cu2+ triggers a prominent fluorescence enhancement at 408 nm, accompanied by the change in the absorption spectrum in ethanol phase. With the optimized experimental conditions, the probe exhibited a dynamic response range for Cu2+ from...
  51. Jeyanthi, Y., Irene Wilsy, J. and Reginald, M.
    Sodium chloride (salt) is manufactured in solar saltpans. Salt, an inexpensive and abundant commodity, plays a prominent role in the development of man’s activities. The most abundant source of common salt is sea water. It is manufactured by various methods, of which the solar evaporation of sea brine, backwater and sub-soil brine water is...
  52. Dr. Jasvir Singh Dalio
    A study was conducted on relative pollination efficiency of Apis species on hybrid seed production plots of Brassica napus. Observations on foraging behaviour of four honey bee species (Apis mellifera, A.dorsata, A.cerana and A.florea) visiting parental lines of B. napus, revealed that all foragers (100 per cent) of A.mellifera and A.dorsata were...
  53. Sandeep Sehrawat
    The futures market can reduce volatility in the spot prices of the commodities and provide effective hedging of the price risk. The turnover of the commodity futures market has grown in a short span of time. The futures market can become an effective instrument of risk management and price discovery for the benefit of the producers, investors,...
  54. Bernardus Bala deRosari, Helena daSilva and Yusuf
    This study about the impact of credit and productivity improvement was aimed to discover the changes in farm household production, income and expenditure in dryland and wetland agro ecosystem zones. The study was conducted in Kupang Regency and Timor Tengah Selatan (TTS) Regency, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) Province, Indonesia. This province was...
  55. Dago Dougba Noel, Lallié Hermann Désiré N. M., Diarrassouba Nafan, Silué Souleymane and Giovanni Malerba
    RNA-seq high-throughput sequencing technology is rapidly becoming the standard method for measuring RNA expression levels. We previously evaluated the performance of different grape microarray design strategies based on custom microarray platforms assuming RNA-seq gene expression data as a reference. We subsequently evaluated sensitivity,...
  56. Shilpa Kurane, Bhoje, P. M. and Sathe, T. V.
    Ants are important components of ecosystem and acts as biological indicators. The present study was undertaken to assess ant diversity of Kolhapur city. We collected 20 species of ants belonging to genera Camponotus, Monomorium, Crematogaster, Dolichoderus, Formica, Doryllus from Kolhapur city. Their occurrence and economic importance have been...
  57. Chandani S. Kamble and Sathe, T. V.
    Amrasca biguttula biguttula (Ishida) (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) is polyphagous pest of many agricultural and nonagricultural plants. It sucks the cell sap from leaves, flowers, fruits and tender stems and affects the growth of crop plants adversely. It also creates sooty mould on crop leaves which affect photosynthesis, growth and yield of the...
  58. Muhammad Ibrahim, Syed Jawad Ahmad Shah, Shaukat Hussain, Musharaf Ahmad and Farhat Ullah
    Yellow rust caused by Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici is a damaging wheat disease in many countries including Pakistan. Monitoring of pathogen virulences over time and space provides information for the host resistance improvement and deployment. Virulences were monitored in three wheat growing zones close to Himalayan region in Pakistan using...
  59. Wokoma, E. C., Tanimola, A. A. and Chizzy L. M.
    The breeding of pest and disease resistant varieties is one of many strategies of improving kenaf production, but it is vital to identify cultivars with resistance prior to breeding for resistant varieties. In 2013, ten kenaf accessions were screened for resistance to Meloidogyne incognita in a potted experiment laid out in completely randomized...
  60. Ashby Montoeli Rantlo
    Property rights are social institutions that define and delimit the range of privileges granted to individuals of specific resources, such as land and water. They are the authority to determine different forms of control over resources thus determining the use, benefits and costs resulting from resource use. That is, they clearly specify who can...
  61. Rantlo, A. M.
    In Mafeteng Urban, there are Informal traders of vegetables and fruits who sell products at various public places. The paper describes informal marketing of vegetables and fruits, and highlights the challenges facing the sector. The study uses multiple techniques of data collection including observations and interviews. Descriptive analysis was...
  62. Dr. T. C. Suguna
    Accidents are the largest single cause of death after the age of one year and are one of the serious health problems facing the world today. Unintentional injury is the leading cause of death among toddlers. The aims of this study were i) to assess women’s knowledge about the nature and type of most commonly found unintentional domestic accidents...
  63. Shalini Yadav, Shakti Goel and Neeraj Gilhotra
    An investigation on possible regulation of antianxiety- like activity of amino guanidine in stressed mice by nitric oxide: cyclic guanosine monophosphate (NO: cGMP) modulation was made. Stressed mice were administered with amino guanidine and tested on elevated plus maze and light/dark box. NO: cGMP modulators (L-arginine, Methylene blue, Bay-...
  64. Eman H. AL-Anbari
    To study the correlation and regression equations for some economic traits as Body weight, length, keel length, dressing percentage, carcass weight, breast and legs weights on Broiler Ross308 fed on different levels of parsley oil. 200 chicks one day old were reared till 35 days, grouped for four nutrient treatments 50 chick/...
  65. Vijaya R. Kumbhar
    Background: India has the dubious distinction of having the highest estimated number of maternal deaths in any country. In addition to the number of death each year. Over 50 million women suffer from maternal morbidity due to acute complications from pregnancy. For effective implementation of the programme understanding of the factors affecting...
  66. Yuan Fan, Yunjiu Gou, Zhenggang Bai, Ph.D., Xuefei Li, Gary Chen and Yunhua Jie
    Objectives: To understand the application condition of telemedicine and discuss its future development strategy. Methods: A systematic search was undertaken for current application condition of telemedicine. Telemedicine, ehealth and telehealth were used as searching terms to retrieved follow three databases from their establishment to the end of...
  67. Eberendu, I. F., Opara, A. U. and Uloneme, G. C.
    This study was aimed at determining the prevalence of refractive anomalies among young boys and girls in Imo State. It is a retrospective study in which files of patients from 5 optometry clinics were reviewed; files of 200 patients aged between 18-30 years were randomly selected out of all the files that were reviewed. There were 100 boys and 100...
  68. Olakulehin, O. A., Adeomi, A. A., Babalola, O. R., Amuwa, C. F. O., Akanbi, O. O., Olanipekun, O. O. and Ilori, O. S.
    More than 20 million people are severely injured or killed on the world’s roads each year and the burden falls most heavily on low income countries. The mortality from Road traffic injury in sub-Saharan Africa is among the highest in the world. Motorcycle crashes accounts for 54% of all road traffic injuries. The main type of conflict in which a...

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