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  1. Karthigairaj, M. and Kalaiarasu, S.
    Arbuscular mycorrhizal spore population and AM root colonization were positively correlated with different micronutrients viz., Zn Mn and Cu analyzed from cassava soil semiarid tropics of Tamil Nadu. Loamy soil recorded the highest number of AM spores (123.30 100 g of soil) while the root colonization is 49.24 per cent was the highest in clay loam...
  2. Merlin Juliet, D.
    The widely talked about problem in our country “ Inflation” has been thoroughly analyzed also with various jargons such as CPI ,WPI, PPI, core inflation and headline inflation by experts. In order to find out the root cause for the rise in prices or fall in the purchasing power of currency or the reasons for people’s constant struggle to fulfill...
  3. Dr. Debendra Kumar Biswal,
    The very existence of a viable, functioning society proves its adaptation to its environment, though the quality of adaptation can vary greatly. The bio-medical functions like increased height, earlier maturation and high haemoglobin level are directly linked to fertility, mortality, morbidity and other aspects of health and survival. The...
  4. Deivam, M. and Dr. Devaki, N.
    Different learning problem required different solutions. Each learners required unique learning and unique style but there is one better solution to all types of learners that is blended learning. Blended learning environment amalgamates the advantages of distance education with the effective aspects of traditional education. The purpose of this...
  5. Richa Pandey and Aprajita Sharma
    The well known Indian women novelist Anita Desai and Jaishree Misra represent the conflict and suffering of the educated women of modern India who struggle between values, tradition and modernity as well as struggling for their own identity and independence. The women protagonists of their novels are ready to fight against the orthodox rituals,...
  6. Happy Ratna Santosa, Sarah Cahyadini, and Susetyo Firmaningtyas
    Indonesia is the largest island country in the world consisted of more than 30 thousand islands with beautiful sceneries and tourism industry has been developed significantly in the last decade. Indonesian government has established a plan to develop tourism sector at a string of islands (Bali-Nusa Tenggara) in the eastern Java as one of the...
  7. Dr. Sanjoy Chowdhury, Dr. Hitesh Patel, Dr. Pratik Bhosale, Nilanjan Chowdhury
    Some Leprotic eye lesions are reported to be progressive in nature even after mycobacterial cure. During last 3 years 980 cured leprosy patients were examined of which 120 patients were followed up every year (2011,2012,2013) Results: 1% per increase in leprosy related eye lesion (Lagophthalmos, keratitis, posterior synechia). 2.5% increase in...
  8. Enas A. Abd El-Haleim, Ashraf K. Bahgat and Samira Saleh
    Background: High-fructose beverages have been extensively used in recent years leading to the development of NAFLD and NASH. The present study evaluates the effect of resveratrol on fructose-induced metabolic abnormalities in rats. A number of genes known to be critically involved in lipid metabolism were investigated. Methods: Fructose-enriched...
  9. Kamalinee A. Deodhar and Nanda W. Shinde
    Celastrus paniculatus Wild.mentioned in Ayurveda as ‘Tree of life’, a plant belonging to family Celastraceae was in use from time immemorial to treat brain related disorders and to enhance learning and memory. The Jyotishmati oil extracted from the seeds of C. paniculatus is known to have effect on Central Nervous System. C. paniculatus shows...
  10. Dr. Mahesh R. Patel, Bhavik Patel, Dr. Arun Patel and Ritesh Bhoi,
    The Extension Education Institute, Anand cater the extension training needs of Western Zone States viz., Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Goa, and Union territories of Dadra Nagarhaveli, Div and Daman by conducting on campus, off campus, collaborative and consultancy training programmes. The present study on...
  11. Dr. Mahesh R. Patel, Bhavik Patel, Dr. Arun Patel and Ritesh Bhoi
    The Extension Education Institute, Anand cater the extension training needs of Western Zone States viz., Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Goa, and Union territories of Dadra Nagarhaveli, Div and Daman by conducting on campus, off campus, collaborative and consultancy training programmes. The present study on...
  12. Dr. Thouqan Saleem Masadeh
    The study aimed to investigate the impact of a developed supervisory program on developing student teachers’ teaching skills. The sample consisted of (31) students who were enrolled in the field experience course offered by Najran University for 8th level students at the department of English language in the second semester of the academic year...
  13. Ibrahim Umara, Ikyase Johnkennedy Tersoo and Iwegbunam Oluchi Nancy
    This paper examines an exposition of democratic governance in Nigeria and its implication for sub-regional security. The paper is written against the backdrop that democracy is considered as the most desirable form of government. Nigeria’s importance to global security hinges on the fact that she is not only the most populous country in Africa,...
  14. Mansi Saxena Devyani Dubey
    Global impact, multi-tasking jobs, advancement of technology, changing demand patterns, upgradation of skills, meeting deadlines and unpredictable behavior inside and outside the organization bends our focus on improving the quality of work life (QWL) to invite opportunities and satisfaction among the employees. Human resource information system (...
  15. Nada Pop-Jordanova and Tatjana Zorcec
    The present study investigated whether obsessive–compulsive children show a distinguishable profile in tasks considered sensitive to frontallobe functioning, i.e. executive functions (EF). The evaluated sample comprises 20 children, both genders, mean age 10,33±1, 83 years, diagnosed as OCD using DMS-IV. Psychological evaluation was performed with...
  16. Sangita, Dr. Bir, T. and Dr. Uday Mohan
    The urban India has got relatively strong health infrastructure and all kind of health facilities and services. For maternal and child health care several health facilities at deferent levels have been made available and accessible in Delhi but the utilization of maternal and child health service has not been accomplished as per the objectives and...
  17. Jadab Dutta, Dr. Pranab Chetiya, and Soni, J.C.
    Intelligence is the general capacity of an individual or a mental energy of an individual, which enables him to adjust effectively in the environment and deal with novel situations of life. It is an organization comprising of the abilities of readiness, correctness and of understanding complicated and abstract things. It is an inborn natural power...
  18. Dr. Rajani Manikonda
    The effectiveness of anti-poverty programmes like Self-Help Group-Bank Linkage programme depends, at least in part, on whether the programs do, in fact, reduce poverty or, more generally, raise the incomes of the low-income population. On one level, it is obvious that they must do so to some extent, because they provide positive benefits and hence...
  19. Ömer Gökhan Ulum
    The language policy of Turkey regarding the evaluation phase of English language education issue was investigated following the comments on the issue from a diverse point of view. Nowadays, Turkey’s language policy seems to have been much more improved since the education reform in 1997 bringing a rise in the curriculum development, course book...
  20. Dr. Rekha Prabhu, Dr. Gangadhara Rao K. and Dr. Prabha Devi, K.
    Objective: To analyse and assess the incidence of Obstetric Hysterectomy (OH), its indications, risk factors and the complications associated. Method: All cases of OH that were performed in our hospital from June 2010 to May 2015 were reviewed and evaluated in terms of the incidence, indications,and the associated complications. Results: During...
  21. Jeyakumari, D., Saranya, R., Nagajothi, J. and Selvalingam, E.
    Chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM) is defined as persistent or intermittent infected discharge through a non-intact tympanic membrane having duration of three months or more. CSOM has direct impact on the hearing of patient causing conductive and sensorineural hearing loss and also on child development. Antibiotics are used to treat the...
  22. Dr. Arshia R Baig, Dr. Deepa D Shori, Dr. Syed Navid Ali, Dr. Swapnil Pandey
    Molecular biology, with its applications,has ominously made thefield of human cancer researchinnovative.With the advent of nanotechnology united with Nanomaterials, Biotechnology and Nanorobotics, it is one of the change and development in the field of dentistry. The Dietary supplements comprising of valuable bacteria or yeasts is called as...
  23. Yogini B. Hirave, Ketan Bagade, Kirti Gupta, Kalyani Vaidya
    Traditionally inexpensive analog components are used for the design purposes of Motor drives. The weakness of analog systems is their susceptibility to temperature variations and component aging. Another drawback is the difficulty of upgrading the systems. Digital control structures eliminate drifts and, by using a programmable controller, the...
  24. Irwan Lakawa, Lawalenna Samang, Mary Selintung, and Muralia Hustim
    The research aimed at analyzing relationship pattern of vehicles volume and noise level, especially on arterial and collector roads in Kendari City. Analytical approach with descriptive statistic method is using scatter plots. The results show that vehicles volume has significant relationships with noise. Noise level variability could be explained...
  25. Akanksha Singh and Rashmi Singh
    Cadmium ranks close to lead and mercury in toxicological importance due to its increasing levels in the environment, as a result of industrial practices of past and present. Chromosomal responses to cadmium chloride shocks were studied in the pupal footpad polytene chromosomes of Sarcophaga ruficornis. Cadmium chloride induces a single puff on...
  26. Nam, Nguyen Hoang and Chung, Tran Van
    Acid-mine drainage (AMD) contains high concentrations of heavy metals these contaminants were generally avoided by lime neutralization. However, this method is expensive and generates large amounts of residual sludge. The selective precipitation of metals using H2S produced biologically by sulfate reducing bacteria has been proposed as an...
  27. Gooré Bi Gouli, Konaté Soumaila and N’ZI Konan Gervais
    The artisanal productions of the maritime fishing resources were studied in three landing-stageof Abidjan (Cote d’Ivoire) from May to October 2014. Artisanal maritime fishing in Cote d’Ivoire is exclusively practiced by the Ghanaians Fanti, Ewé and Ningo ethnics groups. The most dominant age class is 25 - 40 years old, which accounts for 62% of...
  28. Shaly, C.M.
    Gestational diabetes mellitus refers to any degree of glucose intolerance with onset or first recognition during pregnancy .Gestational diabetes mellitus most of which progress to type 2 diabetes mellitus is increasing worldwide. It predisposes mother and offspring to increased risk of complication during pregnancy. In addition to the clinical...
  29. Hyacinthe Angoni, Marie Margueritte Mbolo, Jean Bernard, Nkongmeneck and Emmanuel Youmbi
    The Douala-Edea Wildlife reserve is situated in the Littoral region, specifically in the Sanaga Maritime Department. The study aims to characterize the plant diversity of the reserve. This study was conducted in three phases, the rapid botanic survey, a botanical inventory of the reserve; and species identification in the herabarium. The...
  30. Dr. Uma lakshmi, A. and Dr. Ranga rao, T.
    Introduction: Metabolic Syndrome (MetS) has received lot of attention because of it’s growing association with obesity and atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease among women population. Central obesity, a physical finding plays a central role in the development of the Insulin Resistance (MetS). Central obesity appears to precede the other...
  31. Hiremath, B. K. and Anand Y. Kenchakkanavar
    This paper is focusing to the potential of mobile devices in library and Information centres. Present day we are living in virtual world. In this twenty first century Library and information science professional’s essentially to use mobile technology in libraries and this new technology offering outreach technical options for librarians. Libraries...
  32. Meena, N. R., Meena, M. K., Sharma, K. K., Yadav, B. L. and Jana, B. R.
    A field experiment was conducted on loamy sand soil (Typic Ustipasament) to find out the effect of zinc-enriched FYM on growth parameter, protein content, nutrient uptake, yield and yield attributes of mungbean during 2012-13. The total and effective number of nodules, total chlorophyll content, plant height and number of branches was...
  33. Arpit Bansal, Ashwani Kumar Bansal, Vandana Bansal and Ajay Kumar
    This study was carried out to estimate the prevalence, severity and mode of splenic trauma and management technique from amongst the abdominal trauma cases admitted in Department of surgery, Jeevan Jyoti Hospital, Allahabad. Methods: The study was carried out at Surgery Department of Jeevan Jyoti Hospital, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India from...
  34. Naledi B. Mokoena, Faye A. Gary, Hossein N. Yarandi, Tengetile R. Mathunjwa-Dlamini
    About 20% of men globally and 35% in developing countries are circumcised for religious, cultural, medical and a variety of other reasons. Research has revealed that male circumcision reduces the risk of contracting HIV by 60%. Swaziland has one of the highest HIV prevalence rates globally. The purpose of this study was to determine Swazi men’s...
  35. Archana, B., Priyathersini, N., Susruthan, M., Leena Dennis Joseph, Manuneethi Maran, T. and Thanka, J.
    Calcifying aponeurotic fibroma, also called juvenile aponeurotic fibroma or Keasbey tumour, is a rare slow growing myofibroblastic tumour. It is most commonly seen in children and young adults in the extremities like the hand or foot. This tumour has a 50% chance for recurrence. This is a case of a 22 year old girl who presented with a swelling in...
  36. Dr. Harith, A.K. and Dr. Malik, A.
    Dot Matrix printers have traditionally been considered as an old and useless printer. Due to the slow speed of printing they are being replaced by inkjet and laser printers everywhere. Sending output to the dot-matrix printer in DOS format results in the data being printed as text and results in a substantial improvement in the speed of printing....
  37. Malarvizhi, M., Dr. Hariprasad, B. and Bhavani, M.
    Chronic illness and its impact on the indiciduals in all the dimensions of health is linked with poor quality of life. Hence Nurses and other health care professionals must play an vital role in educating the individual and the family about self management plans and which improves their health outcomes. Hence the investigator applied Indicidual...
  38. Marwa M. Ibrahim
    Aim: The aim of this study was to study the effects of neuromuscular kinesiotaping (NMKT) on standing and walking abilities in children with spasticdiplegic cerebral palsy (CP). Methods: This study was designed as randomized controlled trial. Thirty CP children of spastic diplegic type were randomized and equally divided between the study group (...
  39. Riyadh Hamed and Hammad fadlalmola
    Background: The study population were consisted of 150 non-insulin depended patients who were chosen randomly from two diabetic clinic centers in Khartoum state divided into two groups an intervention and control group (75 patients for each group). Objective: The aim of the study is to evaluate effect of health education program on Patients...
  40. Majid Hashemi
    The paper aims compare motor development of Indian and Iranian boy's studentbetween the age of 13 and 18 years in BMI case. The focus is on the relationship between age and motor behavior which makes the study of motor development unique from other viewpoints. Motor development includes age related changes in both posture and movement, the two...
  41. Gitanjali Vyas and Nivedita Sharma
    A potential amylase producing bacterial strain was isolated from mushroom compost and identified as Bacillus aerius GC6 using 16S rRNA gene technique and deposited in NCBI gene bank vide accession number |KJ775810.1|. The aim of this study was to enhance amylase production by optimizing various medium components and process parameters viz....

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