Current Issues

International Research Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences (IRJNAS)
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  • CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF SOLAR INCUBATOR INTEGERATED WITH THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE FOR POULTRY FARMING


  • Mebratu Markos Woldegiorgis, Venkatesan Meyyappan

Abstract:
In this paper solar incubator for poultry farming using flat plate solar collector was designed.


1-21
2
  • SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION OF UREA-FORMALDEHYDE (UF), MODIFIED UF AND GRAFTED UF RESIN AND ANTIBACTERIAL STUDY OF UF RESIN AFTER MODIFICATION AND GRAFTING


  • Veer Pal Singh

Abstract:
Urea-formaldehyde (UF) resins are polycondensation resins that attracting considerable interest today, in manufacturing particleboards.


22-32
3
  • A CASE STUDY OF SEASONAL OCCURRENCE OF RHIZOSPHEREMYCOFLORA ASSOCIATED WITH SELECTED PLANT SPECIES UNDER SOLID WASTE POLLUTION


  • Ekta Dubey, Shashank Sharma, S.K.Khanna & B. Sunder Singh

Abstract:
Most investigations of rhizosphere effects have been conducted at the scale of individual plants, however, and as a result, the ecological significance of these effects is poorly understood.


33-51
4
  • STUDY THE BEHAVIOUR OF NON-SPINNING BLACK HOLE ON LIGHT PARTICLES


  • Jeet Dutta, Ayan Ghosh, Rahul Karak, Suranjan Dhar

Abstract:
A Black hole is a massive object whose gravity is so strong that nothing can escape from it, not even light.


52-59
5
  • ACTIVITY PATTERN AND TIME BUDGET ANALYSIS OF MANIPUR BROW-ANTLERED DEER Rucervus eldii eldii (M'CLELLAND, 1842) UNDER THE CONSERVATION BREEDING PROGRAMME IN NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK, DELHI, INDIA


  • Pratyansha Singh, Amarjeet Kaur, Sumit Dookia

Abstract:
A study was conducted on the captive herd of Manipur Brow-antlered Deer (Rucervus eldii edii) at National Zoological Park, Delhi from February 2016 to January 2017 in order to determine changes in their behavioural patterns inside the enclosures.


60-76
6
  • MHD BOUNDARY LAYER VISCOUS INCOMPRESSIBLE FLUID FLOW AND HEAT TRANSFER OVER A NONLINEAR STRETCHING SURFACE WITH VARIABLE SURFACE TEMPERATURE AND PARTIAL SLIP


  • Noorjahan

Abstract:
The present study concerns to boundary layer viscous fluid flow and heat transfer over a nonlinear stretching surface with the effect of variable surface temperature, partial slip, and magnetic field.


77-91
7
  • COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CONSUMPTION OF OMEGA-3 AND ITS RELATION TO CHRONIC DISEASES IN VEGETARIANS AND NON-VEGETARIANS


  • Dr. Rekha Battalwar. Sonali Desai

Abstract:
Background: Omega-3 PUFAs are plant-derived [α-linolenic acid] or marine-derived [eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid]. Omega-3 fatty acids prevent or reduce the severity of multitude of diseases.


92-101
8
  • ARE CHILDREN MORE INTELLIGENT AND SOCIAL DUE TO THE INTERNET


  • Rabinder Paul

Abstract:
The internet is a technology that has changed the way we live today. It is one technology that has come to play a active role in the growth and development of any economy in the world.


102-106
9
  • GENUS SCENEDESMUS MEYEN (1829) FROM THE MARATHWADA REGION OF MAHARASHTRA, INDIA


  • Yadav S.G.

Abstract:
During extensive studies on algal taxonomy of Beed district in the Marathwada region of Maharashtra the author came across the several interesting members of Chlorococcales.


107-117
10
  • IN VITRO STUDIES ON DUAL CULTURE OF PROTOMYCES MACROSPORUS ON CORIANDRUM SATIVUM


  • Smita Jain

Abstract:
Coriander plants suffer from severe stem gall disease caused by the fungus Protomyces macrosporus. The disease is reported from several parts of India.


118-132
11
  • PHOTOLUMINESCENCE STUDY OF LaPO4 PHOSPHOR


  • Kamala, SenthilKannan.K, T. Malathi Rekha and K.V.R. Murthy

Abstract:
A phosphor, most commonly, is a substance that put on views the phenomenon of luminescence.


133-154
12
  • CHLOROPHYLL SURVEY IN SELECTED MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY APOCYNACEAE


  • NusaifaBeevi P

Abstract:
Nine plants belonging to Apocynaceae family viz;Allamandacathartica, Alstoniascholaris, Carissa carandas, Catheranthusroseus, Neriumindicum, Plumeriarubra ,Stemmadaenialittoralis,Tabarnamontanadivericataand Wrightiatinctoria were identified and collected from Iqbal College campus.


155-164
13
  • TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS AND ATTITUDE TOWARDS TEACHING OF SCIENCE TEACHERS WORKING IN COLLEGES OF EDUCATION IN RELATION TO THEIR TEACHING COMPETENCE


  • Deepak Saini

Abstract:
Teacher is the pivot of educational system and an essential requirement for a progressive nation. If teacher is not well adjusted then his intellect, imagination and creative power may tend deteriorate.


165- 183
14
  • ASSESSMENT OF SELF-CARE ACTIVITIES AMONG PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE


  • Mohammed Hakim Shamran Al-Hchaim, AbeerMiri Abdullah, Bashar R. Mohammed Ali

Abstract:
Heart failure (HF) is considered as a worldwide problem in the 21st century with increasing effect on healthcare systems (Ertl and Ruschitzka, 2014).


184-197
15
  • GROUNDWATER QUALITY APPRAISAL IN GUBBI TALUK, TUMAKURU DISTRICT, KARNATAKA


  • K.L. Prakash, Harshitha C. T., Santhosh Kumar T.M and R. K. Somashekar

Abstract:
The paper highlights the ground water quality of 20 selected villages in Gubbi Taluk, Karnataka. The study area represents both irrigated and dry lands where 60% of the area is overexploited and contaminated with nitrates.


198-217
16
  • SEED INVIGORATION WITH ORGANIC PREPARATIONS FOR ACCELERATED GERMINATION AND VIGOUR IN TOMATO (Lycopersicumesculentum MILL.)


  • NusaifaBeevi P and Binsha S

Abstract:
Present study was conducted in Iqbalcollege, peringammala, Thiruvananthapuram, kerala, during April to May 2017 to find out the effect of seed invigoration using organic preparations on germination and seedling characters in Tomato.


218-232
17
  • EVALUATION OF GROWTH AND BIOCHEMICAL CONTENTS OF GAMBUSIA AFFINIS FED WITH SARGASSUM WIGHTII SUPPLEMENTED SPIRULINA PLATENSIS


  • N. Sinthiya, A. Selvin Samuel, P. Kombiah

Abstract:
Spirulina platensis is a filamentous blue green algae, it could be used to replace high protein feed ingredient such as fish meal and soybean meal to save the costs of feed.


233- 243
18
  • EFFECT OF HOUSEFLY (MUSCA DOMESTICA) MAGGOTS BIOMASS ON ROILER) FARMING


  • Rosemary Ndidiamaka Ene, PhD1, Caroline Egoamaka Chukwu2

Abstract:
The search for alternative and sustainable proteins is an issue of major importance that needs viable solutions in the short term for cost effective and attractive feed option for poultry.


244-256
19
  • LEAVES EXTRACT OF PHYLLANTHUS MUELLERIANUS USED AS A NATURAL INDICATOR IN ACID BASE TITRATION


  • OGBUANU, CYRIL CHINEDU, IKE, CHRISTAIANOZOEMENA

Abstract:
The ability of indicator to show wee-marked changes of colour in certain ranges of pH qualifies it as an acid-base titration indicator.


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