January 2017

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  1. Joe Muzurura
    Corruption impedes investment and economic growth by increasing enterprises’ cost of doing business. This cost is often transferred to consumers through higher prices or lower quality of goods and services, which affect negatively the private sector’s labour market, efficiency, competition, innovation and general output. The mainimpetus of this...
  2. Rashid Abdi Guled, Nikmazlan Bin Mamat, Tefera Balachew, Wan Azdie Mohamed and Nega assefa
    Introduction: Anemia is one of the major public health problems in the world. Anemia affected 273.2 million under five children in 2011 of which 62.2 % occur to Sub-Saharan Africa. Ethiopia is one of the seriously affected countries in this region. Hence, the aim of the study is to assess the prevalence, and the predictors of preschool children...
  3. Marie-Odile ATTANASSO
    This article aims at analyzing the individual and environmental factors that determined the loss of the savers to a Ponzi scheme known in Benin as ICC et al. Data was collected on the populations of Cotonou thanks to an investigation with 5000 households representative of the city. A multilevel logit model was used to research the environmental...
  4. Umesh Sehgal, A.P. and Kamaljeet Singh, A.P
    Computer Security, also known as cyber security or IT security is the protection of computer systems from the theft or damage to the hardware. The field is of growing importance due to the increasing reliance on systems and the internet in most societies. Eavesdropping is the act of surreptitiously listening to a private conversation, typically...
  5. Fidelis Nduku Mutua, Ariemba Jared and Kingori Robert
    Poverty is a condition in which a person of a community is deprived of the basic essentials and necessities for a minimum standard of living. This study was carried out to show the effect of Microfinance services on poverty reduction in Makueni County. Descriptive research design was used to assess the extent to which poverty alleviation...
  6. Bambang Slamet Riyadi
    The uproar of political corruption that involved the parliament and political parties members in Indonesia was depicting the form of extra-ordinary white collar crime. This article is study of some research reports, journals and literatures on political corruption as white collar crime as happened in Indonesia parliament and political Parties. The...
  7. Dr. MOBIO Akomian Frédéric
    The present reflection aims at questioning the different trends and innovations that are observed in Francophone African novel. Today, as in the past, most Francophone African writers who have settled in the West and those who continue to live in Africa produce works centered on migratory phenomena and on environmental issues. By these concepts,...
  8. Stevo Pašalić and Darko Pašalić
    Population of BiH as a whole and its lower territorial units depends on the birth rate and migration balance. Suprapopulation (population growth) is present in a very small number of territorial units (villages and municipalities), while depopulation (decrease of population) has affected a large number of spatial units. During the recent times,...
  9. Priyanka Girdhar
    The Problem of stress is higher for the employees, employers and management. The present paper aims to know the various dimensions of the Organisational Role stress and to determine sector based difference in stress level of employees. Nuclear family based Employees experience higher stress than joint family. Further an insight into ten distinct...
  10. Dr. Mudji Sabar, Amal Brillianto and Dr. Hapzi Ali, C.M.A
    TV stations must have many and loyal audience, so that advertisers are interested in placing their ads, the more ads are served the more income they can get. The amount of the intentions to watch a TV station could be used to Predict the number of Spectators that would be Obtained. This type of research is explanatory research with case studies of...
  11. Dr. Priyanka Anjan Rao
    Present paper aims to utilize the Dr. B.R. Ambedkar’s philosophy to comprehend women’s devaluation through the ideological control upon women. Empowerment means the movement from enforced powerless status to powerful one. Women’s subordinate position is not natural but socially constructed and forced upon them. The mechanism through which...
  12. Andi Sinrang
    Regional development an integral part of national development implemented based on the principle of regional autonomy and the setting of national resources that provide opportunities for capacity building in improving basic services to the community. To achieve national development goals, it is necessary bureaucratic management and optimization of...
  13. Fassil Eshetu Abebe
    This study primarily aimed to examine the determinants of rural households’ vulnerability to poverty and to profile the households according to their level of vulnerability using Feasible Generalized Least Square (FGLS) and Logistic Regression analysis with the help of data collected from a sample of 500 households in two Woredas. The general...
  14. Kwong Fai Andrew Lo and Amartuvshin Munkhjargal
    Water resources of Mongolia are highly vulnerable to climatic conditions due to harsh climate with four distinct seasons, high annual temperature fluctuations, and low rainfall. Average annual temperature ranges between 8.5oC in the Gobi and -7.8oC in the high mountain region. Average annual precipitation is around 200-500 mm and total water...
  15. Ashish Kumar and Dr. Kesari, J.P.
    The Building-incorporated photovoltaics (BIPVs) are photovoltaic materials that are used to supplant traditional/conventional building materials used in parts of the building envelope, for example, the rooftop, bay windows, or veneers. They may represent a powerful, versatile and eco-friendly tool for achieving the goal of ever increasing power...
  16. Shandra Widiyanti, Lilik Noor Yuliati and Bunasor Sanim
    Abstract Purpose: The success of any service industry is not only highly depended on its ability to attract potential customers, but also to maintain and retain customers who have used the services and products. Without the ability to preserve and defend, it predicted the bank tends to be abandoned by its customers, and will switch to another bank...
  17. Abdulmunem Saleh AlShehhi and Sajjad Mohammed Jasimuddin
    Purpose: This research paper aims to explain the impotence of several concepts (organization learning (OL), knowledge management (KM), talent management (TM) practices and organizational knowledge systems (OKS) in order to have good understanding of the subject. Design/methodology/approach: This paper analyzes the importance of talent management...
  18. Zeleke Arficho Ayele
    This research was intended to survey the practices and challenges of mother tongue as a medium of instruction with reference to Sidaamu-afoo. In order to achieve the objectives of the study, a descriptive research design was used. To this end, a total of 144 teachers were randomly selected from 36 first cycle primary schools in Sidama Zone; the...
  19. Jan-Erik Lane
    The UNFCCC meetings bring together two sets of countries with entirely different economic goals. The first set of late industrializes in the Third World aim at “catch-up”, as they have recently “taken-off”. In an effort to close the affluence gap to the First World. The other set of early industrializes remain content with slow economic growth,...
  20. Tawqeer Fatima
    Jammu and Kashmir, known for its strategic international location and significance, consists of three natural regions – Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh, each having its own distinctive identity and economy. Yet they together constitute the state of Jammu and Kashmir uniquely different from other states of Indian Union. It has its own constitution...
  21. Mohammed Yasser JAMALI and Soumia AMIR
    An attempt was made to find whether or not the quality of ground water in the areas of study suitable for human consumption. Ground water samples were collected from wells in different locations within a radius of 25 km of Beni mellal city. These water samples taken from 10 sampling points in each one of 4 areas were analyzed for their...
  22. Hanen Ghorbel Siala and Marwa Moalla
    Purpose: The purpose of the study is to examine the effect of ownership structure on voluntary disclosure of information on intellectual capital. Design/methodology/approach:We use a sample of 50 Canadian companies listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange for 2012. The extent of disclosure is measured by the index of Li et al., (2008). Findings: We...
  23. Dr. Ramesh Chandra, Dr. Poonam Singh and Dr. Supratim Tripathi, Dr. Shailja Singh, Dr. Braj Bhushan Mall and Dr. Vartika Singh
    A root with an open apex is often used to describe an exceptionally wide apical foramen, in which preparation of an apical stop is difficult, if not impossible to achieve. In an open apex, it is imperative to limit the MTA placement within the confines of root canal for predictable healing. The placement of an internal matrix may limit the...
  24. Osman Gürdal and Agnieszka Dardzińska
    Action rules are based on congruent predicaments and strategies that can be triggered when possible transitions of objects occur from one stage to another. This study presents a new way of implementing actionable discoveries in regards to object-driven approaches. To manifest usefulness of this new strategy in clinics, experiments were carried out...
  25. Venkata Raj Kumar Prava, Ganapati Seru, Siva Kumar Gubbala and Arun Sathyadev Siddhanadham
    Bromhexine is a mucolytic agent used in the treatment of respiratory disorders associated with viscid or excessive mucus. In addition, Bromhexine has antioxidant properties. Bromhexine is intended to support the body's mechanisms for clearing mucus from the respiratory tract. The present study is to develop and validate a suitable RP-HPLC method...
  26. Dr. Thammiah Jayanthy and Dr. Madireddy Ramya
    Objectives: The mean blood loss with sublingual misoprostol was 152.88±61.44ml, average To compare sublingual misoprostol 400 mcg with intramuscular oxytocin 10 IU, in the active management of third stage of labour. Methods: The study was conducted in Dept of OBG, KIMS Hospital and Research centre for a period of 2 years. 200 women with singleton...
  27. Dzmitry Dabravolski, Jan Eßer and Harry Merk
    Introduction: A radical surgery of spine metastases is not possible in many cases, especially by elder multimorbid patients. The specialness and possibilities the Cavity/Coblation-method in the operative treatment of 262 patients with spine metastases are here presented. Materials and Methods: Patients of every age with vertebral destructions...
  28. Dereje Berhanu and Gebrehiwot Tadesse
    A cross sectional study on the prevalence of bovine Fasciolosis was carried out in selected dairy farms of in and around Addis Abeba of Ethiopia, aiming at determining the prevalence of fasciolosis. The farms are found in four sub-cities, locally called Kifile Ketemas. The dairy farms were under intensive and semi-intensive management systems. A...
  29. Hrishikesh Yadav. K., Pavan Kumar, G., Abhinav Kumar, R. and Mahesh Singh, T.
    Background: Flat foot or excessive pronation causes altered biomechanics of lower limb which leads to excessive mobility which puts increased stress on the plantar fascia. It has been found out that there is significant atrophy of foot intrinsic muscles in people with plantar fasciitis. Foot intrinsic muscle training is commonly used to control...
  30. Zahid Munawar, Miana, G. A. and Madeeha Malik
    This Plant derived drugs have been important source of traditional health care in many parts of the world. There is increasing focus on medicinal plants as sources of new agents to combat microbial diseases. Berberis lycium is an important medicinal plant usually found in Azad Kashmir, Northern Khyber Pakhtunkhua, Baluchistan and hilly areas of...
  31. OPIAH, Margaret, M., FRANK, Maureen, D., OSAJI, Teresa A. and OTOBO, Mezino
    The study determined the registered nurses’ perception of their professional role regarding medication management in federal medical centre Yenagoa Bayelsa state. Two (2) research questions based on the two (2) objectives were formulated. Descriptive survey research design was adopted. The sample for the study consisted of 170 nurses; instrument...
  32. Chirchiglia, Domenico, Volpentesta, Giorgio, Guzzi, Giusy, Della Torre, Attilio, Stroscio, Carmelino Angelo, Chirchiglia, Pasquale and Lavano, Angelo
    Idiopathic trigeminal neuralgia still represents a problem regarding the choice of adeguate therapy. So, both medical and surgical options are proposed and used, but often the results are not significative. Medical therapy today offers AED drugs as gabapentin or uuse of botulinum toxine, as radiofrequency thermocoagulation is considered for...
  33. Samir Kumar Bandyopadhyay and Goutam Roy Chowdhury
    This case study describes extensive arterial bloodstain patterns at the crime scene. It linked the accused to the time and place of the victim bleeding from the damaged artery.
  34. Yevtushenko, V., Kramarov, S., Voronov, O. and Doroshenko, V.
    Currently, the frequency of the intra-abdominal hypertension and the abdominal compartment syndrome (ACS) during the infectious diseases in children remains under researched. Measuring intra-abdominal pressure is generally not included in the routine methods of medical examination, and majority of these cases is not diagnosed. However, the...
  35. Ketan Bagade, Anjali Gharat, Helina Tandel and Trupti Patel
    Fiber optic systems are important telecommunication infrastructure for world-wide broadband networks. This paper deals with the Basic communication model and the types of fibers for the optical fiber communication system. Then the different technologies in optical fiber communication along with their features are discussed briefly. Finally the...
  36. Pallavi Tyagi, Anamika Chaudhary, Amely Sen Gupta and Divya Bali
    Cancer is a deadly diseaseand breast cancer in females is a leading cause of death in women world wide annually. Breast cancer is the second most frequently occurring malignancy during pregnancy. As evidence-based data on diagnostics and treatment is lacking, current recommendations mostly derive from nonrandomized experiences The rate of...
  37. Tarek Aboushousha, Noora Essam, Amr Ageez, Noha Helal and Afkar Badawy
    Background: The expression of the receptor for advanced glycation end products (RAGE) has an impact on the mechanisms giving rise to characteristic features of various cancer cells. We aimed in this study to correlate the scores of RAGE expression with histopathological features of HCV- related hepatocellular carcinoma in malignant and peri-...
  38. Pratiksha Milind Kulkarni and Mrunal Avinash Kulkarni
    This paper describes an advancement which could be implemented in the Automation Industry with the development of Android application for smart phones. The various sensors used in industries such as temperature sensors used in blast furnaces, fractional distilling columns for fuel extraction, food processing, pharmaceutical product manufacturing,...
  39. Prema Kumar, M., Malolan, V., Gowri Shankar Wuriti, Srinivasa Gopal, A. S. and Dr. Tessy Thomas
    Ultra high strength steels viz. Maraging 250 grade steel, that are used for realising rocket motor casings have a tendency to undergo brittle fracture in the presence of cracks. Thus, it becomes imperative to resort to fracture mechanics for determination of critical crack sizes that could cause a catastrophic structural failure. The flaw sizes...
  40. Kokila, P., Rameshbabu, M. and Senthilkumar, V.
    Metal oxides exhibits extraordinary properties like hydrophobic nature and high energy band gap, hence it can be used in different types of applications such as in solar cell, photo catalysis, charge spreading devices, chemical sensors, microelectronics, electrochemistry, antibacterial products and textiles in the nano level due to their high...
  41. Mohammad Hashemi and Yaroslav Zhuk
    Viscoelastic properties of polymeric materials are of fundamental importance to understand their mechanical behaviour, especially dealing with dynamic and vibration problems. In the present research, the generalized and modified yield theory of Goldberg constitutive model is used to predict the time dependent inelastic response of polymer...
  42. Vynatheya, S., Raksha, G., Madhusudhana, R., Chandra Sagar, L. and Bheema Raju, V.
    Due to the increasing development of many types of communication technologies, the unnecessary impacts of electromagnetic radiations on humans and electronic systems are increasing. Therefore it is very essential to decrease the Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) and its effect on humans, instruments and electronic devices. In the present study,...
  43. Anil Kumar, Binita Behera and Charles Jeeva, J.
    Gender mapping and analysis helps in identifying the regions and districts for priority intervention. The geography of gender has emerged as an important dimension in the gender studies. In the present study, three gender indices namely, female literacy, gender gap in literacy and sex ratio were mapped district wise for all the 30 districts in...
  44. Bhagwan M. Waghmare and Rahul K. Dhabale
    The present study on pharmacognostic activities of fruit of Wrightia tinctoria R.Br such as fluorescence analysis of powder crude drug and their chemical behavior, consistency, color and pharmacognostic analysis of fruit extracts of W. tinctoria R.Br were studied by using methanol, petroleum ether and ethyl acetate solvents. The result reveals...
  45. Eswari, K.B., Dr. Sudheer Kumar, Dr. Gopinathand Dr. Rao, M.V.B.
    An experiment was conducted on correlation and path coefficient analysis for fibre characters, yield and yield contributing characters in upland cotton with 11genotypes for ten characters at college farm, college of Agriculture, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad during Kharif 2007-08 to 2008-09. Correlation studies revealed significant desired association...
  46. Dritan Sadikaj and Jordan Mërkuri
    Recent studies have shown that major grapevine viruses for the Mediterranean region are prevalent in the native cultivars that have been grown for long in Albanian vineyards. Infectious Degeneration disease complex caused by Grapevine Fan Leaf Virus (GFLV), and other viruses, comprises a common phenotype in the field, but GFLV detection in random...
  47. Sateesh Pattepur, Harish, B.S., Patil, D. R. and Venkatesha, J.
    Betel vine (Piper betle L) is a perennial climber Betel vine (Piper betle L) is a perennial climber cultivated for its leaf. In India, 55000 ha and in Karnataka 7143 ha area covered under this crop. This paper is the outcome of series of field visits made to the betel vine growing areas. Significant diversity observed in production aspects and...
  48. Eswari, K.B., Dr. Sudheer Kumar S., Dr. Gopinath and Dr. Rao, M.V.B.
    The experiment was carried out at college farm, college of Agriculture, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad, to determine genetic variability, heritability and genetic advance estimates in upland cotton. The analysis of variance involving a set of 11 genotypes for eleven characters viz., Days to 50 % flowering, Number of monopodia/plant, Number of sympodia/...
  49. Goalbaye, T., Diallo, M. D., Madjimbe, G., Mahamat -Saleh M. and Guisse, A.
    In Chad, the food security constitutes a problem insofar where the agricultural production cannot satisfy the demand. The main causes of this decline are often imputed to the climate whose the worsening remains certain, but also the no availability of resources genetic of the major cereals crops. Thus, some local varieties of corn are in the way...
  50. Maha K. El-Shaarawy, Samia A. Abdel Rahman, Mohammed Fakher and Abd El Wahab M. Salah
    Objective: The present study aimed at investigating the effectiveness of reflex rolling on incubation period and oxygen saturation in preterm neonates with respiratory distress syndrome. Background: Respiratory distress syndrome in premature neonates is one of the leading causes of neonatal morbidity and mortality in developing countries. Reflex...
  51. Dr. Pramod Chandra Dwivedi
    In Samhitas Nasyakarma has been described in detail. Charaka in Sutrasthana first chapter has given the synonyms of Nasyakarma, in Siddhisthana has classified Nasyakarma depending on the medicines used and on the pharamacological action and also has stated indications and contraindications for Nasyakarma. He has explained the procedure along with...
  52. Dr. Dalia Biswas and Dr. Ranjan Das
    The purpose of the study was to examine the effect of moderate dose (5mg /kg) of caffeine ingestion on pulse rate, blood pressure and energy expenditure during a steady state e xercise period with a standardized power output as well as during a set time period. In this study participants were required to cycle with maximum effort. Eighteen...
  53. Rodrigo Ramos-Zúñiga, J. Alfonso Gutiérrez-Padilla and Héctor R. Pérez-Gómez
    The recent emergency by the presence of the Zika virus and its neurotrophic impact has generated an alert world. This is most significant because a teratogenic result shown in pregnant women vertically, with the consequential impact on fetal neuro-development. The Mayan area is located between the endemic areas that have historically been affected...
  54. Maria Dencheva, Maya Ljapina, Dimitar Iovchev, Stella Hristova, Elena Petkova, 2Denislava Nedeva, Anna Valerieva, Angelina Kisselova and Vasil Dimitrov
    In search of other causes of idiopathic angioedema and urticaria we investigated the possible consequences of the disturbance fields in MFA in two patient groups: group 1 - patients with angioedema (n = 11) and group 2 - patients with urticaria and angioedema (n = 39), in total 50 people. We found that compared with the control group (n = 60...
  55. Rajalakshmi Kandaswamy
    Current neurobiological understanding of Bruxism (Teeth Grinding) in Autism reveals a non-invasive, permanent cure for this condition based on the cutting-edge sciences of Applied Intentional Epigenetics and Applied Energy Medicine.
  56. Tukhtaeva Malika
    The goal of this study is to overview the works and existing trends in the arts of senior generation of artists in the period 1920s – 1950s when the party officials exercised the strictest control over the Soviet artists.
  57. Dr. Brindha Natarajan, Hyder Kamran, Mughirah Shehryar and Mudassar Mahmood
    Arab countries are developing their educational standards at various levels. Schools are the basic frame of education and school teachers are playing a primary role of every student’s life. Banduras self-efficacy and teacher’s efficacy models were considered and the simple scale which may be suitable to their work style. Five major variables were...
  58. Thirumalai, P. and Anand, P.H.
    Vector-borne disease is an infection, which is transmitted to humans or other animals by an insect or other arthropod. Some species of mosquitoes are able to transmit viruses, rickettsiae, bacteria, Japanese Encephalitis or parasites to humans. Ariyalur is one of the most polluted towns in Tamil Nadu. Due to its mining activities nearby areas of...
  59. Ralf Peter Wüstermann
    The internationalisation model by Johanson and Vahlne describes the typical internationalisation paths of companies. However, the internationalisation model does not completely explain new forms of internationalisation — as seen in born global companies — or the various internationalisation paths of all company sizes. Additionally, the current...
  60. Agustinus Semiun
    To obtain data this study involved informants as a data source from whom recording speech was done and to whom relevant Indonesian sentences were given to be translated into Central Manggarai Dialect (CMD). Text document by Verheijen (1977) was also used to triangulate. For the purpose of validity and reliability, the data were discussed also...
  61. Divyarchana
    The framers of the Indian Constitution have provided a lot of safeguards and autonomies for the tribal people of northeast India to protect their interests and preserve their identity keeping in mind their backwardness. The makers of the Constitution fully considered the report of Bardoloi Sub-Committee constituted by the government of India and...
  62. Hussien Mohammed Oumer
    Lack of finance is one of the major bottlenecks for economic development; as access to formal institutional credit is very limited. Thus, the government of Ethiopia brought micro finance institution into formal sector by issuing proclamation No. 40/1996 that empowered the National Bank of Ethiopia to issue licenses to supervise and regulate micro...
  63. Dr. Setia Budhi
    The regional autonomy study in Indonesia, more or less, has affected the communal identities in South, Central, and East Kalimantan. The understanding of the relationship between ethnic groups, beliefs, and languages holds an important role, which, become the object of ethnographic study. Schwaner (1963) categorized the group of Dayak Barito as...
  64. Suhail Hussein Alfatlawi
    The current era has witnessed numerous international and internal armed conflicts, which have led to increase in problems faced by children, and particularly in Arab and Islamic states. They have led to a heightening in the number of armed gangs and terrorism which has resulted in bodily infringements including murder, assault, and abduction for...
  65. Igbolo, Magdalene Agbor
    This research examines the attitudes and behaviours of men towards modern family planning in Gwagwalada area council of Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory by assessing men’s knowledge and attitudes to family planning, determining the use of modern family planning methods by men, investigating the extent of involvement of men in family planning...
  66. Ngumbo, N. Laban, Ndeti Ndati and Leah W. Muchemi
    The first 50 years of independence in Kenya have been a period of rapid changes and progress but 33% of the citizens of Murang’a County continue to be trapped in poverty. There is need to reduce these statistics and this research sought to find out the role of participatory communication in poverty reduction in Murang’a County. The objectives of...
  67. Zakir Hussain Gopang, Manzoor Hussain Tunio, Abdul Waheed Bhatti
    Education is the backbone for amelioration of the society. It plays vital role in improving the condition of the society. Time to time department of education has taken various steps to improve the system of education. Monitoring and evaluation was launched to ensure check and balance of education. Its impact in improving quality of education at...
  68. Dr. Rahul Tripathi,
    The social structure of Rajasthan in early medieval period was a bit different from other areas of India. The society was clearly demarcated in various stratas of castes followed by ethical bondages of Rajasthan. Further, such structure led to emergence of an economic structure which was refined as well as society-oriented. This period actually...
  69. Ambaga, M.
    It is established that in case of changing of electrons and protons normal conductance by uncoupler as rotenone - inhibitor of mitochondrial respiratory chain complex I, inhibitor of mitochondrial hydrogen atom transport at NADH: ubiquinone oxidoreductase level, the significance of the pH value in the outside of isolated erythrocytes, the...
  70. Dr. Mohammed H. Mushrif, Dr. Saadoon Abduazeez Ibraheem and Samer S. Taha
    The antioxidant capacity and antioxidant constituents of two filamentous fungi (Acremonium charticola and Rhizopus oryzae) isolated from the dried Fig were evaluated in the present study. The antioxidant capacity of the fungal crude extracts was assessed based on the 2,2 azino-bis(3-ethyl-benzthiazolin-6-sulfonicacid) (ABTS) method. Total...
  71. Preetha. S. Panicker, Dr. Vigneshwaran, L.V. and Sangami Bharathi, M.
    Pemphigus vulgaris is an autoimmune, intraepithelial, blistering disease affecting the skin and mucous membrane. The immune system produces anti bodies against specific proteins in the skin and mucous membrane. These anti bodies break the bonds between skin cells. This leads to the formation of a blister. The exact cause is unknown. It is mediated...
  72. Girdhari, S.N. and Peshwe, S.A.
    Tannin Acyl Hydrolase (E.C 3.1.1.20) commonly referred as tannase is an industrially important enzyme which is mainly used in the food, chemical, pharmaceuticals and beverage industry; it is produced by number of microbes, animals, and plants. In this study production of tannase was investigated using agro-residue, Azadirachta indica leaves as a...
  73. Uma Shanker Singh and Ashok Kumar Choudhary
    There is degradation in the forest ecosystem in the Uttrakhand hills and its sustainability is very important for the survival of humankind. There has been a loss of 268 sq. km of forest cover in Uttarakhand hills. The very dense forest cover has gone down to the tune of 86 sq. km whereas there is a tremendous loss of forest cover in moderately...
  74. Janaky Ranjithkumar, Hari Ramakrishnan, K. and Sekar, T.
    In the present study, methanol, ethanol and aqueous extracts of Cassia occidentalis were evaluated by employing various in vitro antioxidant assays. The aqueous extract of had shown highest total phenolic content (250mg/g), the further assays were carried on active fraction of aqueous that is fractioned ethyl acetate extract. The ethyl acetate...
  75. Neelam Basera and Neelam Bhardwaj
    The purpose of the present study was to identify the various enterprises undertaken by the members of women Self-Help Groups in Almora district of Uttarakhand. The study also aims to determine the extent of entrepreneurial skills of women under Self Help Groups in Uttarakhand. Hawalbagh block of Almora district was selected purposively considering...
  76. Meenakshi Latwal and Anil Kumar
    An attempt has been made to study the market arrival and price behaviour of potato in Uttarakhand. The study is based on secondary data on wholesale monthly/weekly arrivals and prices for the period of 2003 to 2012. The seasonality in market arrival and wholesale price was analyzed using multiplicative model; the Fourier analysis was used to...
  77. Shanti Rathore and Dr. M.R. Khan
    The ACO (Ant Colony Optimization) isnovel concept to improves the routing performance of network because multiple choices of path available to deliver data to destination. The link capacity in network is limited and it is also not possible extend easily as wired network. The multipath protocol like AOMDV is balance the load by providing...
  78. Almalki Sultan Musaad O and Zhang Zhuo
    This study aims to identify the extent of the administrative empowerment effect on staff creativity. The study sample consisted of (82) individuals from the administrative body in the Saudi Telecommunications Company (Zain).This effect has been tested by using Multiple Regression Analysis and One-Way Analysis of Variance. Results have indicated...
  79. Nitika Mendiratta and Dr. Jayanti Pujari
    There are host of distinctive ways for education and training of children with special needs. Gentle teaching is one educational tool that has shown to be effective towards progress in students with special needs. It is a unique relational approach centered on building safe, loving and engaged relationships. With the amendment of RTE Act and...
  80. Prajwal, P., Siddaraju, M., Krishna Bhat, and Prashanth Shetty, D.
    The objectives of the present investigation were to find out the correlation between thyroid abnormalities and environmental pollution, occupation, industrial area, endosulphan and roof of residence used by human population. Two study groups were surveyed for the study of the prevalence of thyroid diseases. One study group is from Dakshina Kannada...
  81. Hussein Khraibani and Zaher Khraibani
    For several decades, wind power is experiencing tremendous growth, however, the production of wind energy depends on wind intensity, strongly volatile, and is therefore characterized by a high degree of uncertainty. Planning the installation of a wind farm for several stations requires the assessment of the risk which in turn results in an...
  82. Gülsüm SAYIN ÖZEL, EdaÖzdere and Bebek Serra OĞUZ AHMET
    Objectives: The aim of this study is to evaluate the effects of three different retraction agents on the color of dentin and artificial gingiva following the gingival retraction. Materials and Methods: 36 lower anterior incisors which were embedded in polymethyl-methacrylate resin 3mm below the enamel-cement junction were prepared with a 1.5 mm...
  83. Getachew Nenko
    Background: Access to basic health services of acceptable quality is still denied to many of the world’s poorest people, Identification or application procedure and screening criteria by local kebele administrator for free health services provision at public health facilities are not transparent. Objective: The aim of the study was to assess free...
  84. Ojong, Idang Neji, Mgbekem, Mary Achi and Uka, Victoria Kalu
    It is common to discover that many patients admitted into the hospital for certain pathological or physiological disorders would end up manifesting one infectious disorder or another. Nosocomial infection is associated with increased morbidity and mortality and medical cost. This study was aimed at assessing knowledge and practice of standard...
  85. Sofiya A. Angelova, Emilia K. Naseva, Dinko G. Valev, Toma I. Avramov, and Antoaneta M. Manolova
    Introduction: The aim of this paper is to present new approach for nicotine dependence treatment with Cytisine (Tabex) and to compare it to the dosage regimen, prescribed by the manufacturer. Material and Methods: 209 patients - smokers intended to quit smoking are divided randomly into two groups. Smokers in the first group are treated with Tabex...
  86. Abubacker, M. N. and Sathya, C.
    In vitro experiments on chromium, copper, lead and zinc heavy metals bioaccumulation using duck weed Lemna polyrrhiza L. (Lemnaceae) was conducted with 5, 10 and 20 mg/100 ml concentrations for a period of 20 days. The SEM-EDX results revealed the bioaccumulation of lead as high as 20.91% followed by copper 9.71%, zinc 5.66% and chromium 1.86%....
  87. Umesh Sehgal and Rajeev Sharma, A.P.
    This WSN applications for civil and environmental engineering first of all deals with monitoring condition of the objects created by human, as well as the environmental objects. For a researcher these applications are interesting first of all because of a great number of various types of sensors used, and also because of variety of places where it...
  88. Marites M. Moraña, Dr. Domingo C. Edaño and Edna Marie D. Punzalan
    The study aimed to determine the performance of twelve thousand six hundred twenty-six(12,626) second year students of selected high schools in the Division of Zambales in the National, Regional and Division Achievement Tests in relation to academic performance in Mathematics during the school year 2005-2006 to 2009-2010.The descriptive research...
  89. Duncan Wasike Wekesa
    This study was designed to explore the instructional potential of a Computer-Based Instruction (CBI) program in the teaching of probability concepts to form three mathematics curriculum in selected secondary schools in Kenya. Specifically, the study reported herein sought to determine whether there was a statistically significant difference by...

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