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International Research Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences (IRJNAS)
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  • GROWTH, HERBAGE YIELD AND NUTRIENT UPTAKES OF INDIGENOUS JUTE MALLOW (CORCHORUS OLITORIUS) AS INFLUENCED BY DIFFERENT FERTILIZER SOURCES UNDER DRY SEASON ALFISOLS CONDITIONS


  • Babajide, Peter A., Ajibola, Adijat T., Oyeleye, A. David, Gbadamosi, Tunde S., Olla, Noah O.

Abstract:
Although soil moisture is a major limiting factor to sustainable crop production in the tropics, particularly during dry season, artificial moisture application if properly supported by application of suitable fertilizer materials, a desirable fertilizer use efficiency and enhanced crop performance, may be achieved.


1-12
2
  • SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND ANTI-MICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF SOME NOVEL ALANINE DERIVATIVES OF RNA & DNA BASE


  • Manish Chaudhari, Dhaval Bhanotar, Dilip Gami, Jahnavi Darji, Dipa Dabhi, Shyamali Panchal

Abstract:
Amino acid derivatives have been designed and synthesized with simple and eco- friendly methodologies with nucleobase. With this multivalent objective, the organic compounds were synthesized from reacting partner in solvent phase by microwave method.


13-22
3
  • PHYSICO-CHEMICAL AND BACTERIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF SOIL AND WATER SAMPLE OF INDUSTRIAL AREA – GAJRAOULA


  • Seema Dwivedi, Dinesh Kumar Verma, Mayank Bajpai, Neelima Rathi

Abstract:
The present study aims to manage the Physicochemical and Bacteriological examination of water and soil tests gathered from industrial area of Gajroula (District- Amroha), Uttar Pradesh, India. All physico-chemical tests were conducted in the month January 2017.


23-32
4
  • PHYSIO-CHEMICAL AND BACTERIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS/CHARACTERIZATION OF WATER NATURE OF HINDON RIVER IN GAZIABAD AND NOIDA.


  • Seema Dwivedi, Mayank Bajpai*, Dinesh Kumar Verma, Neelima Rathi

Abstract:
Stream Hindon, a vital tributary of waterway Yamuna moving through the regions of Western Uttar Pradesh, is subjected to fluctuating level of contamination brought about by various untreated and additionally incompletely treated waste contributions of civil and mechanical effluents. The review was done to evaluate the contamination profile along Hindon River .


33-41
5
  • EPIDEMIOLOGY AND ANTIBIOGRAM OF SALMONELLA FROM KUMAUN


  • A.K. Upadhyay, Maansi, Deepak, S. P. Singh

Abstract:
Samples from 720 food animals were collected. Isolation, identification and molecular characterization of Salmonella isolates were attempted by various methods.


42-48
6
  • THE NATURAL, SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND LEGAL ASPECT OF THE ECOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM


  • Barbara Sawicka, Krishnan Umachandran

Abstract:
This article contributes conceptual and empirical contributions to the literature of the subject. This article introduces a new conceptualization of approaches to the issue of ecology and how innovation shapes the effects of ecological management and the effects of innovation and shows that this conceptualization of science is useful.


49-75
7
  • SOIL NUTRITION AND PERFORMANCE OF SESAME (SESAMUM INDICUM LINN.) AS INFLUENCED BY DECOMPOSING PHYTO-RESIDUES AND MICROSYMBIONT INOCULA UNDER STERILE AND NON-STERILE SOIL CONDITIONS


  • Babajide, P. Akintoye, Gbadamosi, Tunde S., Oyeleye, A. David, Akanji, Kayode A., Ogunmola, N. Olanrewaju, Salami, Taofeek B.

Abstract:
Integration of organic phyto-residues’ application with inoculation of effective soil-borne microsymbiont strain(s) may be reasonably exploited as a suitable low-input technology, for ensuring enhanced tropical soil productivity and crop performance, under chemical-free and environment-friendly soil conditions.


76-89
8
  • REMOVAL OF SR+2 AND CO+2 IONS FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION USING MODIFIED SAWDUST; SAFETY REQUIREMENTS


  • M. Abdel Geleel, N. Abdel Monem, Amaal A. Tawfik,Georgena R. Erian

Abstract:
The aim of this study isremoval of Sr+2 and Co+2 from aqueous solution and establishes a proposal of safety requirements and safety criteria for radiation protection and radioactive waste management. The removal process using sawdust is compatible with the IAEA GSR Part 5 requirement number 6.


90-119
9
  • SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND MODIFICATION OF M-CRESOL-ANISALDEHYDE AND M-CRESOL – 2-METHYL BENZALDEHYDE NOVOLAC RESINS WITH EPOXY


  • Kailash Narayan, Larisa Singh

Abstract:
Novolac phenolic resins were synthesized by the condensation reaction between phenol derivatives and different aldehyde with a stoichiometric ratio in acidic medium has been studied.The modified phenolic novolac resins composition depends on monomeric ratio, catalyst, reaction conditions, and residual free monomers.


120-128
10
  • RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF CASHEW-NUT DESHELLING MACHINE


  • Waquar Mazhar, Lal SurajKumar Shrikant , Anurag Labana

Abstract:
Cashew nut farming is one of the prime occupations in Goa. However, due to lack of laborforce, it is getting tough for the farmers involved in this occupation. The major risk involved being spilling of fluid from theshell that can lead to partial/permanent blindness.


129-140
11
  • SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND BIOLOGICAL STUDIES OF SOME NOVEL LYSINE DERIVATIVES OF NUCLEOBASES


  • Manish Chaudhari, Jahnavi Darji, Dipa Dabhi, Dhaval Bhanotar, Dilip Gami

Abstract:
With an objective to synthesize compounds with anti-cancer and other anti-microbial properties, a systematically planned organic synthesis was carried out. The organic compounds were synthesized from reacting partner in solvent phase in microwave method.


141-149
12
  • DEMOGRAPHIC PARAMETERS OF LAGUNE CATTLE HERDS IN THE OUEME VALLEY IN SOUTHERN BENIN


  • ASSOGBABrice Gérard Comlan, ASSANIS. Alassan, ALKOIRET T. Ibrahim, YOUSSAO A.K. Issiaka

Abstract:
This study, which deals with the determination of the demographic parameters of the different types of Lagune cattle herds in the Oueme valley in southern Benin, took place between October to December 2016 and concerns 56 herds of Lagunecattle with a total of 1,837 head.


150-169
13
  • A STUDY ON STOMATAL TYES OF PLANT IN BIODIVERSITY PARK OF ST.STEPHEN’S COLLEGE


  • Dr. Praveen Dhar T.

Abstract:
The form and shape of the stomata and its associated epidermal cells, stomatal frequency, type of epidermal trichomes and pattern of distribution, are important sources of taxonomical consideration. The objective of the present study is to find out the stomatal features of plant species available in biodiversity park.


170-174
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