Latest News

** Authors are invited to submit manuscripts for December 2018 issue.

** November 2018 issue of AARF Journals is officially released.

Categories

QR Code

Visitor Counter

Large Visitor Map



S.No Particular Pdf Page No.
1
  • VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION AND DIVERSITY OF GASTROPODS MOLLUSCS FROM INTERTIDAL HABITATS OF THE RATNAGIRI COAST MAHARASHTRA, INDIA


Anil R. Kurhe, Miguel A. Rodríguez, Ganesh DSuryawanshi

Abstract:
In this research we have studied the vertical distribution, species diversity, ecological preferences, and intra-specific shell and abundance of gastropod molluscs in the intertidal regions in fourteen localities located along the coast of Ratnagiri Maharashtra, India.


1-13
2
  • ANTI-TUBERCLE ACTIVITY OF PHOENIX DECTYLEFERA (DATE PALM) FRUIT EXTRACT-IN VITRO STUDY


Sachin C Narwadiya, Dr. P M Tumane, Dr V G Meshram

Abstract:
The tuberculosis was described by the terms like Consumption, Phthisis, Scrofula, Pott's disease, and the White Plague in the history. This was focused attention of killer disease from ancient times around over the world.


14-26
3
  • A REVIEW WORK ON ORIGIN AND HISTORY, BOTANICAL DESCRIPTION AND AGRO-TECHNOLOGY OF THE MEDICINAL PLANT SINDURI (BIXA ORELLANA L.)


Dr. Sudipa Nag, Dr. Subrata Mandal

Abstract:
Bixa orellana L. is an important medicinal plant commonly known as Sinduri. From the plants grown in Rampurhat College and Rathindra Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Birbhum, W.B, India, it was found that Sinduri is a shrub or a small evergreen tree with a height of 2-6 m with the leaves as glabrous, ovate and with the base sub cordate and apex acuminate.


27-32
4
  • COLORIMETRIC METHOD OF DETERMINATION OF ALCOHOL CONTENT OF JOU: A TRADITIONAL RICE BEER OF BODO COMMUNITY OF ASSAM, INDIA


Dibakar Chandra Deka, Anamika Kalita Deka

Abstract:
The use of rice beer is well known from the time of immemorial. The tribal people of North-Eastern India prepare the household alcoholic beverages following their traditional method.


33-41
5
  • HORMONE INDUCED HISTOLOGICAL CHANGES IN TESTES OF GARDEN LIZARD CALOTES VERSICOLOR


R. Lal,B. K. Nirmal ,A. K. Saxena

Abstract:
Testosterone plays important role in development and proliferation of testicular cells along with environment in animals.


42-51
6
  • PEDIARTIC HEPATOBLASTOMA: A BRIEF REVIEW


Arvind kumar

Abstract:
Hepatoblastoma is a rare pediatric liver tumor. The management has evolved in last three decades with involvement of multimodality approach.


52-56
7
  • ALLELIC AND PHENOTYPIC DIVERSITY OF ABO AND RHESUS (D) BLOOD GROUPS IN THE MEDICAL AND DENTAL APPRENTICES OF A UNIVERSITY OF HARYANA, INDIA


Bhuvnesh Yadav, Anupuma Raina, Anil Kumar, SK Bansal, TD Dogra

Abstract:
Human blood group phenotypes are important for blood transfusion programs, disease association and population genetics studies.


57-67
8
  • PREGNANCY WOMEN’S STRESS USING NONLINEAR POWER SPECTRAL ANALYSIS


A. Suresh Poobathy, N. Gururajan, S.Saranya

Abstract:
The aim of the present study was to examine whether the parameters of cardiac R-R intervals reflect changes in the physical stress during delivery.


68-81
9
  • EFFECT OF SUBSTRATE AND SPAWN RATE ON THE GROWTH PARAMETER, YIELD AND BIOLOGICAL EFFICIENCY OF PLEUROTUS SAJOR-CAJU


Pinkal Patel, Ratna Trivedi

Abstract:
The oyster mushroom, Pleurotus sajor-caju was cultivated on paddy straw with different amount of weight substrate weight using wheat grain spawn at different rates.


82-92
10
  • SUBLETHAL AND OVIPOSITION- DETERRENT ACTIVITY OF COMBINATION AGAINST MALARIA VECTORS


Prejwltta Maurya, A. K. Kulshrestha

Abstract:
The plant extracts reduces the activities of the different developmental stages of the target organisms, therefore, they can be used as a growth inhibitors.


93-107
11
  • SYNTHESIS AND DYEING PERFORMANCE OF 5-METHYL 2-AMINO THIAZOLE BASED MONOAZO DISPERSE DYES


Gulammustufa G. Malik, Priti C. Patel , Jitesh H.Tailor, Shailesh K. Zadafiya

Abstract:
Development of disperse dyes was led by British Celanese Ltd. These dyes were used on cellulose di and triacetate, polyester, polyamide fibers and to some extent on acrylic fibers


108-123
12
  • PERFORMANCE OF DIFFERENT RABI ONION VARIETIES UNDER AKOLA CONDITIONS


AyamPushparani Devi, V.S. Kale, RajaniPatil, Sanju Singh Moirangthem

Abstract:
An experiment was carried out during Rabi season during the year 2012-2013 at Main garden, Department of Horticulture, Dr. PDKV, Akola. The study was undertaken on ten varieties of onion using randomized block design with three replications.


124-131
13
  • SOME GROSS OBSERVATIONS IN A PREGNANT MONTIJAC ( MUNTIACUS MUNTIJAK ) DEER GENITALIA


K. K. Bonia

Abstract:
Deer is one of the most attractive beast in the world of which many species and sub-species are still threaten to be extinction.


132-138
14
  • EVALUATION OF RISK FACTORS IN MALE PATIENTS WITH OSTEOPOROTIC HIP FRACTURE


Meera.S, Shubha Jayaram, B.G.Sagar, N.Kantharaj

Abstract:
To evaluate the association of risk factors, Homocysteine(HCY) and Bone mineral density(BMD) in male patients with osteoporotic hip fractures.


139-148
15
  • EFFECT OF PRE-PLANTING TREATMENTS OF MINISETT CORMS WITH DIFFERENT ORGANIC AND INORGANIC SUBSTANCES ON SPROUTING AND YIELD OF ELEPHANT FOOT YAM (Amorphophallus paeoniifolius Dennst.)


Dr. Sarita Sahu, Dr. Vijay Kumar

Abstract:
Results over two years indicated that among the different pre-planting treatments thiourea at 400 ppm (10.00 days) recorded minimum number of days to first emergence and maximum sprouting per cent (97.22 per cent) which showed 24.26 per cent increase in sprouting over control treatment.


149-162
16
  • IMPACT OF PROCESSING ON STORAGE STABILITY OF INTERMEDIATE MOISTURE TOMATO (LYCOPERSICON ESCULENTUM) SLICES USING RADIATION AS HURDLE TECHNOLOGY


Sujatha V, Manjula.K, Anurag Chaturvedi

Abstract:
Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) is highly perishable and difficult to preserve fresh for long periods at ambient temperature and humidity.


163-176
17
  • SCAVENGING OF MANGANESE (II) ION FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS BY ADSORPTION ON GRANULATED SEED CHARCOAL OF PHASEOLUS LUNATUS FRUIT SHELL


Rupesh S. Shekar

Abstract:
The objective of this study was to investigate the possibility of using Granulated Seed Charcoal of Phaseolus lunatus Fruit Shell (GSCPLFS) as an alternative adsorbent for the removal of Mn(II) ions from aqueous solutions.


177-185
18
  • OCCURRENCE OF CANNIBALISM IN ADULT EUPHLYCTIS CYANOPHLYCTIS, (ANURA; RANIDAE): IS IT INDUCED OR OPPORTUNISTIC ?


Namballa Venkat Appa Rao & Ritesh Kumar Shukla

Abstract:
The present report envisages the occurrence of cannibalism in an adult Indian skipper frog (Euphlyctis cyanophlyctis) within laboratory conditions.


186-190
19
  • PHYTOPLANKTONS DIVERSITY IN A IRRIGATION CUM FISH CULTURE RESERVOIR


Dr. Praveen Ojha

Abstract:
Sixty-one genera of phytoplankton’s were recorded out of which; twenty-nine genera of Chlorophyceae, twenty-one genera of Basillariophyceae, nine genera of Cyanophyceae and two genera of Dinophyceae are found at Barnoo reservoir.


191-197
Collaboration Partners
  • Indian Journals

  • Swedish Scientific
    Publications

  • The Universal
    Digital Library

  • Green Earth Research
    And Publishing House

  • Rashtriya Research Institute
    Of New Medical Sciences

Indexing By