June 2015

  1. Ayad Al-Mukhtar (Alexander Wain)
    In this second part the author (A) continues to report findings from Project Zacchaeus where the author (A) analyses the performance of HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) as the national tax collection authority for the United Kingdom according to a set of quality criteria defined in Part 1. Whereas Part 1 examined how HMRC sets its priorities and...
  2. Aregbe, Taoheed, A. and Greg Ekpung Edame
    This research studies is undertaken to examine the impact of government spending on economic growth in Nigeria. Government spending is thought to be growth enhancing especially when it is productive in nature. The time series data for the period between (1970-2010) was used in this study. Data for this study...
  3. Ying Man Liu
    From the original huge recording equipment, by now the recording work a person a computer can be completed, recording technology obtained the unprecedented development, usher in the digital age, comprehensive at present, with the progress of digital technology, digital recording technology is widely applied to many areas, this paper probes into...
  4. Zdeněk Mikoláš and Janusz Karpeta
    Family business is an important factor in economic development throughout the world, particularly in countries changing from a socialist social-economic model to a market economy model. More than ever in the Czech Republic, where free enterprise had been suppressed for decades, it is a very hot topic, because about 25 years ago new private...
  5. Lindie Kruger
    Today, schools face new and unimaginable threats to their safety. To improve school safety appropriate leadership and management is needed, however in developing countries appropriate leadership and management is not always present. According to the United Nations Convention of the rights of a child it states that every child has...
  6. Sampreety Gogoi and Dr. Utpala Goswami
    To target pockets where girls’ education is lagging behind, the Government of India has launched Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV). The objective of KGBV is to ensure access and provide quality education to girls from disadvantaged groups by setting up residential schools at upper primary level. The state of Assam in India was selected for...
  7. Prof. Anish K. Ravi and Mr. R. Gautham Bharathi
    Fifteen years ago, for a product or a service to be eminent and in vogue, it was word of mouth; now it is word of mobile. E-Commerce is a global phenomenon, which brings people closer to the product. It’s expected that as much as 80-90 per cent of the overall e-commerce traffic in India will start flowing through mobile devices. We have straight...
  8. Jamil Ahmad, Jiuping Xu and Muhammad Nazam
    The material has an important role in an engineering design field. The suitable material selection for a particular product is one of the multiple criteria decision making (MCDM) problem depends on an aggregation representing by closeness to the ideal which is generated by compromise methods. In order to complete the product requirements, experts...
  9. Rachmat Kriyantono
    The article aims to enrich the development of public relations research approach. The development can be conducted by deconstructing the focus of rhetorical study: from classical rhetoric to contemporary rhetoric. Rhetoric is vital to society to exist because rhetoric is the use of symbols, conducted by individuals and organizations, to influence...
  10. Agu, Okoro Agu and Anichebe Nnaemeka Augustine
    The purpose of the research work is to highlight ways of improving organisational effectiveness in Nigeria public enterprise. specifically, the study aimed to pursue the following objectives : to determine the effect of organisational culture on organisational effectiveness in Nigeria public enterprise, to ascertain the nature of relationship...
  11. Omede, Adndrew A. and Jacob Omede
    This paper focuses on education and economic development in Nigeria. One of the essences of education is to produce human resources that are skillful and knowledgeable; positioning man to be a critical resource upon which national economies, especially that of a developing nation like Nigeria hinge upon. In this paper, an attempt was made to...
  12. Dr. Elsiddig Idriss Mohamed
    In this paper we introduce a brief review about Box-Jenkins models. These models provide a very good method to forecast for stationary and non-stationary time series. Box and Jenkins technique is used to find the best model for inflation rates in Sudan. To achieve this objective, a series of inflation rates ranged from 1998 to 2013 were obtained...
  13. Alla M. Elsheikh and Tarig M. Elzaki
    The aim of this paper, is to apply a new method called Variation Iteration perturbation method ((VIM)) to porous medium equation. This method is a combination of the new integral “Variation Iteration” and the perturbation method. The nonlinear term can be easily handled by perturbation method. The porous medium equations have importance in...
  14. Humayatul Ummah Syarif, Suriamihardja, D. A., Mary Selintung and Abdul Wahid Wahab
    Rice husk is a removal waste from its grain that can be used as an absorber in the distillation process using solar energy (sunlight) to convert seawater into clean water. This process will be supported by carrying out necessary study on the material properties to be used as the absorbent which is made of rice husk briquettes. The chemical...
  15. Shashikant Rajpal, Kumar, S. R. and Anand Kumar, M.
    ZnO is a wide band-gap (3.37 eV) II–VI compound semiconductor with hexagonal wurtzite structure. Zinc oxide films were deposited by electrode position, containing very low concentrations of sodium citrate and 30% hydrogen peroxide. Ammonium hydroxide is added to control the reaction. The structural analysis were initially studied with X-ray...
  16. Aman Adam, Saraswathi, M. and 2Viswanath, B.
    The presence of large quantities of toxic metals such as mercury, lead, cadmium, zinc or others, poses serious health risks to humans, and this threat puts the scientific community under pressure to develop new methods to detect and eliminate toxic contaminants from wastewaters in efficient and economically viable ways. Industrial and agricultural...
  17. Luhata Lokadi Pierre, Munkombwe Namboole Moses, Cheuka Peter Mubanga and Sikanyika Harrison
    The evaluation of the antibacterial activity using five bacterial strains (Klebsiella, Shigela, Salmonella, Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus) showed that the most active leaf extract was that of Odontonema strictum (Acanthaceae) compared to that of Solanum torvum, Symphytum officinale L. and Aphelandra squarrosa. The inhibition diameters...
  18. Lakhdar Djaghdali, Belkacem Sebti and Farid Naceri
    This paper investigates the application of the generalized predictive control (GPC), in order to control the speed of the induction motor. This application is based on four main ideas : reproducing decision basic mechanisms of human behaviour; the creation of an anticipatory effect by operation of the path to follow in the future;...
  19. Mohamed, A. A. A. and Medany, M. A.
    Through the use of the structures of greenhouses which used to grow vegetables, in addition to the design of simple models of the structures with local materials to cultivate some fruit crops are very important in terms of economic consideration, which can be exported in large quantities to foreign markets such as navel orange and some pygmy mango...
  20. Sánchez Soto Juan Manuel, Quintero de la Cruz, Miriam, Martínez Reyes Magally, Celis Guzmán Mónica and 1Soberanes Martín Anabelem
    This paper determines the perception of senior high youth about sexuality, for which an instrument containing a demographic profile and socio sexual behavior through items in a liker scale was applied. The instrument was made by the National Autonomous University of Mexico, The Regional Multidisciplinary Research Center and The State Council of...
  21. Ton That Huu Dat, Nguyen Thị Kim Cuc, Tran Thi Hong and Pham Viet Cuong
    This paper described isolation and identification of the bioflocculant producing bacteria from soil samples of Tay Nguyen region, Vietnam. A total of 117 bacteria were isolated, among of which 26 isolates showed flocculating activity more than 50%. In addition, the influence of carbon and nitrogen sources, as well as cultural conditions such as...
  22. Dr. Lembo Tanning and Toivo Tanning
    The international sanctions are imposed against Russia following Russia's annexation of Crimea and the Russian military intervention in Ukraine. This paper aims are at analyzing the impact of sanctions on Russian economy and on energy security of European Union (EU) countries. The focus is energy trade between the EU and Russia. Energy security is...
  23. Kho Sosang Thithila, Rangnamei Ngapui, Dhanaraj Singh Thokchom and Abbaredddy Nageswara Rao
    A survey was conducted for the observation of orchid pests in different districts of Manipur. Insect pests species such as aphids (Macrosiphum luteum), armored scale (Furcaspis biformis) boisduval scale (Diaspis boisduvalii), Florida red scale (Chrysomphalus aonidum), greenhouse whitefly (Trialeurodes vaporariorum), mealybugs (Pseudococcus...
  24. Guido J. M. Verstraeten and Willem W. Verstraeten
    Entropy and absolute temperature, both involved in Carnot’s cycle, imply that time and social constructivism of thermodynamic processes produce sufficient support for reconciling the threefold time emergence: (i) time as a 1D manifold, (ii) the asymmetric thermodynamic, and (iii) the evolutionary asymmetric time. Is time whether emerging from...
  25. Masarat Bashir and Afifa S. Kamili
    Fibre is a thread like substance used in textile industry for the production of goods or provision of services. Two major groups of textile fibres are natural & synthetic. Natural Fibres are subdivided into animal, vegetable and mineral fibres. All animal fibres are proteins, all vegetable fibres are cellulose, all mineral fibres are mineral...
  26. Yuxiang Ji, Lin Wu and Na Li
    A new thiaazacrown ether derived from naphthalimide was successfully synthesized with high dilution method in high yields. The structure of this new compound was characterized by NMR and MS.
  27. Masarat Bashir and Afifa S. Kamili
    Of the various insect species silk producing insects which includes Bombyx mori and Antherae mylitta are very famous as these are highly beneficial to the mankind. They produce silk which is worldwide recognized as the Queen of fibres. The demand of silk is increasing in the world day by day and therefore many scientists are involved to increase...
  28. Sajith, U., Rathy, M.C. and Harilal, C. C.
    Repeated outbreaksof vector-borne diseases necessitateddetailed study on the diversity and abundance of mosquitoes associated withThalassery municipal area, of Kannur district, Kerala, India.Seasonal collection of mosquitoes both in adult and larval forms were carried outfrom heterogeneous habitats of the municipal area to determine the species...
  29. De, L. C., Rampal and Singh, D. R.
    Among orchids, Cymbidium, Dendrobium, Vanda, Phalaenopsis, Aerides, Mokara and Paphiopedilum and their related hybrids are highly valued for long lasting cut flowers. The six main techniques used for orchid propagation are division, backbulbs, serial cuttings, kiekies, micro-propagation and seed culture. Conventionally, sympodial orchids like...
  30. Munzir M. E. Ahmed, Al-Obosi, Sabah Aziz Jawad, AL- Azawi Wisal Abdulrazak, Osman, H. M., Aziz, S. B. and Aziz, S. Z.
    The objectives of this study are to assess the effect of pregnancy (in the third trimester) and pregnancy complicated by hypertension on lipid profile in Sudanese pregnant women. The study was carried out utilizing 120 women, including 40 non-pregnant women and unmarried (control), 40 pregnant women at the third trimester, and 40 women with...
  31. Yeşim Dağlıoğlu, Şükrü önalan, Mutlu sönmez çelebi Dilek kabakçı, and Gökhan akdeniz
    The nanotechnology industry has made a rapid progress by introducing unusual properties to the substances at nano scales. When we look at LC50 values, since prolonged to 96 h than 48 h exposure time, toxic effect quantities of PVF+, Pd/PVF+ and K2PdCl4 suggest that the necessary amount to show the same toxic effect had diminished and its toxic...
  32. Akther, M. S. R., Mohideen, A. R. H., Tharani, G., Samith Indika Maddumage, M. R. and Naveendrakumar, G.
    This research on Kalmadu tank aims to analyze the horizontal and vertical profiles of selected water quality parameters. Twenty randomly selected sampling points on surface and corresponding vertical depths of 30 cm and 60 cm were measured for temperature, pH, TDS, EC and ORP using intended electronic probes. The measured values were statistically...
  33. Ali. Monsefi, Sharma, A. R. and Nafiseh. Rang Zan
    A microplot experiment was conducted during kharif and rabi seasons of crop years 2010-12in New Delhi, to study the effect of continuous or cyclic tillage on yield performance and nutrient uptake of wheat in soybean–wheat cropping system. The treatments consisted of conventional tillage (CT) and zero-tillage (ZT),and residue management of soybean...
  34. Koffi Kouablan Edmond, Kouakou Amani Michel, Samagaci Lamine, Brou Kouassi Guy, N’Zué Boni, Kouassi Kan Modeste, Kouamé Koffi Honoré
    Yam is a crop that is found in tropical areas. It greatly contribute to populations food in these areas, namely in Africa. In Côte d’Ivoire, yam is the first among food crops with an annual production of 5.8 million tons in 2013. In spite of the importance of this food crop, it is noticed a weak level of yield due to the lack of planting material...
  35. Elian Hubert Dieu Béni, Fotso, Djeuani Astride Carole, Yandia Prosper Simplice, Mbouobda Hermann Desiré and Omokolo Ndoumou Denis
    The aim of this study was to test the effect of plants regulators on shoots multiplication in cassava cv TMS 92/0326 grown in liquid media with addition of 6-bezylaminopurine (BAP), and α-naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA). Nodal segments (1.5 cm height) were used as explants and kept in vitro MS media containing also mio-inositol (100 mg l-1) and...
  36. Saravanan, R., Venkatesan, S. and Revathi, K.
    In the present study freshwater commercially cultivable catfish Clarias batrachus was used to evaluate the combined effect of lambda cyhalothrin, a synthetic pyrethroid and chlorpyrifos, an organophosphate insecticide widely used in agricultural fields. Clarias batrachus uses rice paddy slurries as its breeding and nursery grounds, inhabit...
  37. Dr. Gaurav Gautam, Dr. Arvind Bhake, Dr. N. Samal, Dr. S. Shukla, Dr. Moushmi Gautam and Dr. Parikshit Patil
    Introduction: Placenta is directly related to the growth and development of the fetus in utero. Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy are strongly associated with fetal growth restriction, prematurity, contributing largely to perinatal mortality and morbidity. Aims and Objectives: 1. Identification of morphological changes in placenta in patients...
  38. Dr. Lohit kumar Kalita, Dr. Pabitra Kamar Gogoi and Dr. Umesh Ch. Sarma
    The current therapeutic strategy for multiple myeloma has witnessed a dramatic improvement when compared with the rhubarb pill and infusion of orange peel that were used in 1844. It is still an incurable disease but the introduction of novel therapies have altered the natural course of the disease, transforming it into a chronic disease from a...
  39. Dr. T. P. Padma Kumar, Dr. Rathy, R., Dr. M. S. Deepa, Dr. Praveena, G. and Dr. Rahul, R.
    Nutrition is expanding to reach all components of health care including dentistry. Diet can affect oral health via numerous mechanisms. The health of oral tissues can be affected by nutrition, diet and oral habits. The documented associations between oral health and systemic health demonstrates the need for dentists to become more knowledgeable...
  40. Balamukunthan, K., Ram Prasad, E. and Soundararajan, P.
    Introduction: Continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) is one of the treatment modalities for end-stage renal disease. The most important advantage of CAPD over hemodialysis is that it endows patients the liberty to perform daily activities and also is technically simpler. However, there is only limited long-term effectiveness of CAPD...
  41. Dr. Anil R. Sherke, Dr. Santpur, U. S. and Dr. Nishat Ahmed Sheikh
    A primigravida presented with severe oligohydramnios and breech presentation with fetal distress. She underwent emergency cesarean section. The baby had multiple anomalies including Potter’s facies, phocomelia, mesomelia, renal dysplasia and anomalies of external genitalia. Baby died immediately after birth. MRI and foetal dissection showed...
  42. Finbarrs-Bello, E., Eteudo, A. N., Nto, N. J., Egwu, A. O. and Ikenna, I. E.
    Background and Objective: Cognitive deficit is one of the symptoms of schizophrenia due to altered acetyl cholinesterase levels and thus treated by cholinesterase inhibitors like neostigmine. We studied the cognitive and immunohistochemical effect of Neostigmine on Ketamine induced cognitive deficit in rats. Methods: Twenty (20) wistar rats were...
  43. Priya Rachel Johns, Malarvizhi, G. and Glory, H.
    Background and Objectives: Breastfeeding is a gift that lasts a lifetime. It gives babies the best start in life. Benefits are more; if it is exclusive for 6 months. (Anand et al 2002). Working lactating mothers may encounter unforeseen reasons for ceasing exclusive breast feeding (EBF). The study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of video...
  44. Dr. Anji Reddy Kallam, Dr. Ananta Satya Narayana, M. and Dr. Rama Krishna, B. A.
    Acne keloidalis nuchae (AKN) is a chronic, idiopathic, inflammatory condition most commonly occurring in young black males and represents nearly 0.45% of all dermatoses affecting black patients. The male to female ratio is 20:1.It is initially characterized as firm skin colored papules and pustules on the occipital region of the scalp and...
  45. Yasir Elsiddig and Riyadh Hamed
    Background: A total of 88 women were selected retrospectively from this group the tissue samples of breast cancer had been analyzed using immunohistochemical techniques to understand the Hormones receptor (ER&PR)with histological grade. Objective: To compare the expression of tumor markers (ER&PR) with tumorhistological grade. Results: The...
  46. Shuang Nie, King Chong, Dimple R. Thadani and Min Li
    There is an increasing concern on promoting healthy lifestyle which is a quality, safe and affordable way to prevent many diseases. However, college students do not adopt healthy lifestyles and have poor knowledge of risk factors of lifestyle diseases. And there is lack of evidence to demonstrate that traditional Chinese medicine educational...
  47. Marwa M. Ibrahim
    Purpose: Hand disability is a characteristic problem in hemiplegic cerebral palsy children which leads to limitation in performance of their daily living and play activities. The aim of this work is to study the effect of kinesio taping (KT) on improvement of hand function in children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy. Design: Experimental study (...
  48. Akpe Anthony Bibowei
    The study investigated workers knowledge of causes of workplace accidents in Setraco and Fountain Construction Companies in Sagbama, Bayelsa State, with a view of determining the level of knowledge of the workers in terms of the causes of workplace accidents in their companies, with regards to their educational qualification, gender, position...
  49. Faraz Ahmed Farooqi, Imran Alam Moheet, Soban Qadir Khan and Aws Saleh Ar Rejaie
    Objective: To estimate the difference between students' expected and actual perceptions about their educational environment. Method: A prospective study was conducted in the College of Dentistry, University of Dammam, Saudi Arabia involving first year dental students of the academic year 2013-14. The students were asked to fill out two versions of...
  50. Irshad, A., Sureshkumar, S., Shalima Shukoor, A. and Sutha, M.
    Meat sector in India plays an important role in providing livelihood to rural people in the country. Animal slaughtering not only provides meat but also valuable by-products to the mankind. By slaughtering and processing of meat animal, only one third is meat while the rest comprise of by-products and waste, which need to be adequately processed...
  51. Luís Ricardo Jayme Guerreiro, Marília Danyelle Nunes Rodrigues, Heden Luiz Marques Moreira and Danilo Pedro Streit Jr.
    The production of fingerlings is an important link in the production chain of fish farming in the state of RS, generating income and employment. The aim of this study was to characterize the units producing fingerlings state of Rio Grande of South (RS). To both, was drafted a questionnaire consisting of open-ended questions and close-ended....
  52. Narjust Duma, M.D., Yulanka Castro, M.D., Mohleen Kang, M.D. and Larysa Sanchez, M.D.
    Introduction: Metastatic cardiac tumors are relatively uncommon; we present a case of a patient with an embolic stroke secondary to a metastatic left ventricular mass from an undiagnosed adenocarcinoma of the lung. Case report: 69 year old female presented with acute onset right hemiparesis and slurring of speech. Head computed tomography...
  53. Rumen Karakolev, Lilyan Sotirov, Angel Angelov, Tsvetoslav Koynarski and Nadya Bozakova
    Egg white lysozyme concentrations were assayed in White Plymouth Rock hens, treated twice with the polybacterialimmunomodulator HELPANKAR. The experimental flock exhibited higher levels of egg white lysozyme compared to untreated birds throughout the observation period from 24 to 64 weeks of age. Maximumvalueswereattainedby42–44 weeks of age:...
  54. Sidra shah, Saeed mehmood, Aqiba Batool, Uzma Saleem, Bashir Ahmad and Atta ur Rehman
    Chronic use of non-steroidalanti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and opioids are associated with gastric ulceration and drug dependence respectively. In previous studies some antidepressants and anticonvulsants showed clinical effectiveness in the treatment of neuropathic and chronic pain. However, no scientific evidence is available showing...
  55. Ameen W. Qassim
    A simple, sensitive and accurate spectrophotometric method has been developed for the analysis of levofloxacin (LEV) in pharmaceutical formulations, through formation of yellow-greenish chelating complex LEV-Al(III) of levofloxacin with aluminum (III) ion. The maximum absorbance (420)nm. Different variables affecting the reaction were carefully...
  56. Eman Osman Abobakr, Caroline Edward Ayad and Elsaffi Ahmed Abdalla
    Characterization of the posterior cranial fossa (PCF) and supratentorial cranial cavity (SCC) plays an important role in the diagnosis of many disorders. Quantitative assessment of any morphological changes requires normative data for these anatomical areas. This study was obtained in order to achieve local reference morphometric analysis data for...
  57. Imran Gattoo, Asif Aziz, Mohmad Latief and Bilal Ahmad Najar
    Background: Nosocomial infections are an important cause of mortality in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs). Therefore, in this study, the incidence and prevalence of nosocomial infections were determined in NICUs of a tertiary care hospital in Kashmir, and the causative bacteria were identified in order to provide potential solutions to...
  58. Mohamed Yousef, Bushra Hussein Ahmed, Emad Eldein Fadlelgezoli, Elsafi Ahmed Abdalla, Asma Ibrahim Mohammed and Caroline Edward Ayad
    The Objective of this study is to characterize the echocardiographic features of the left ventricular among hypertensive Sudanese patients. 50 consecutive patients attending at Khartoum state Hospitals- Sudan and referred for echocardiogram. 20 (40%) were females 30(60%) were males. Their mean age was 52±13.5 years, which varied from 23-86 years...
  59. Okafor, C. S., Ifezulike, C. K., Agulefo, G. and Ogbodo, S. O.
    The present study was undertaken to investigate the phytochemicals present in the ethanolic extract of watermelon peel (Citrullus lonatus, family Cucurbilaceae). Watermelon which was obtained from Eke-Awka market, Anambra state, Nigeria was analyzed quantitatively and qualitatively for the presence of phytochemicals such as tannins, flavonoids,...

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