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  • A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON SOME BIOLOGICAL CONSTITUENTS IN SERUM DURING NORMAL AND SUB-OESTROUS CYCLES OF CROSSBRED COWS OF ASSAM


K. K. Bonia

Abstract:
The present study was undertaken to compare circulatory levels of different biological constituents in serum of normal and sub-oestrous cycles of crossbred cattle of Asom. A total of ten normal cyclic and ten confirmed sub-oestrous cows yielding 10 – 20 liters of milk were selected at random for this study.


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  • INVESTIGATIONS INTO THE KINETICS AND MECHANISM OF THE ELECTRON TRANSFER REACTIONS OF N- METHYL THIOUREA AND DIAQUOTETRAKIS(2,2’- BIPYRIDINE) - μ - OXODIRUTHENIUM (III) ION, IN AQUEOUS ACIDIC MEDIUM


Y. Mohammeda; S. O. Idris J. F. Iyun

Abstract:
The catalytic oxidation of water and chloride with a binuclear ruthenium complex known as the blue dimer


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  • ANTIMICROBIAL EFFICACY OF AZTHREONAM AGAINST PERIODONTAL PATHOGENS


Dr. Shilpi Gupta, Dr. Vandana A. Pant, Dr. Vivek Govila, Dr. Vikas Verma, Dr. Saurabh Bhalla, Dr. Ab

Abstract:
Chronic periodontitis is an infectious disease resulting in inflammation within the supporting tissue of the teeth, progressive attachment loss, and bone loss, and is characterized by periodontal pockets formation and or recession of the gingiva


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  • COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PHOSPHATASEENZYME PRODUCED BY PLANT, ANIMAL & BACTERIAL CELL


Preeti Sharma, RichaYadav, Syed Athar Ali Rizvi, Dr. Huda Afreen

Abstract:
Phosphatase is an enzyme that removes a phosphate group from its substrate and now widely used in research, diagnosis, Immunoassay, DNA profiling


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  • FACTORS AFFECTING HEALTH SERVICE PROVISION IN TANZANIA: CASE OF PUBLIC PRIMARY HEALTH CARE FACILITIES IN DODOMA REGION


Mshana ZM, Nsimba SED, & GESASE AP

Abstract:
Health services are fundamental for poverty reduction in developing countries. However, its pro vision is faced with problems.


62-79
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  • SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL ADAMANTANE BASED THIAZOLE DERIVATIVES AS POTENTIAL ANTIBACTERIAL AGENTS


Kokila Parmar, Arun Suthar

Abstract:
Several Adamantane derivatives have long been diverse biological properties,mainaly as antiviral,anti bacterial,anti fungal,anti inflammatory agents.Admantyl derivatives were recently reported to possess


80-94
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  • DIFFERENTIAL AND TOTAL IONIZATION OF HELIUM BY ELECTRON-IMPACT


Maqsood Alam & Anil Kumar

Abstract:
Many methods have been investigated for calculation of cross section of charged ions. The electron impact excitation of metal atoms is modified some extant and applied to Coulomb Born cross section for excitation of Single charged ions.


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  • INTRATURBINATE DIATHERMY VS RADIOFREQUENCY FOR INFERIOR TURBINATE HYPERTROPHY


Dr. Nidhi Gupta, Dr. Karan Sharma, Dr. Manish Gupta

Abstract:
To compare the efficacy and complications of Bipolar Submucosal Diathermy with Radiofrequency volumetric tissue reduction, in relieving chronic nasal obstruction unresponsive to medical treatment in inferior turbinate hypertrophy.


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  • INFLUENCE OF HOST DIET ON THE BIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF ECTO-LARVAL PARASITOID BRACON HEBETOR SAY ASSAM, INDIA


P. Rajkumari, Basit, D. Sharmah, Manabendra Bharali

Abstract:
The influence of host diet on the biological parameters of Bracon hebetor Say (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) was studied under laboratory condition during 2010 -2011 at epartment of Entomology, Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat, Assam.


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  • INFLUENCES OF DRIP IRRIGATION AND FERTIGATION ON QUALITY PARAMETERS IN BANANA CV. BARJAHAJI (AAA). ASSAM, INDIA


A. K. Sharmah, R. Bhattacharyya

Abstract:
A study was carried out in the experimental farm as well as in the Laboratory of the Department of Horticulture, Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat to study on quality parameters due to drip irrigation and fertigation in banana cv.


124-139
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  • SOIL NUTRIENT STATUS OF ANNUALLY FLOOD AFFECTED RICE GROWING AREAS OF VILLAGE SALCHAPRA-I OF CACHAR DISTRICT, ASSAM


Britan Rahman, R Helim, S K Bhattacharyya, R R Saharia, A Borah, K D Singha & P Sarma

Abstract:
A study on soil fertility status was made at an annually flood affected village Salchapra-I in the Cachar district of Assam.


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  • TIME TO RECRUITMENT FOR A TWO GRADE MANPOWER SYSTEM UNDER TWO SOURCES OF DEPLETION OF MANPOWER USING UNIVARIATE MAX POLICY OF RECRUITMENT BASED ON SHOCK MODEL APPROACH


S.Dhivya & A.Srinivasan

Abstract:
Depletion of manpower due to attrition of personnel is a common phenomenon in any marketing organization when the management takes policy decisions regarding pay, perquisites and work targets.


147-157
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  • PROBLEMS FACED BY THE WORKING MOTHERS IN EXCLUSIVE BREAST FEEDING AND THEIR COPING STRATEGIES


Surendra Sharma

Abstract:
A descriptive cross sectional survey was conducted to assess the problems faced by the working mothers with 0-6 months old child in exclusive breast feeding and their coping strategies in Vinayaka Mission Institutions, Salem from 2.11.07 to 24.11.07.


158-164
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  • DNA BARCODE OF TROPICAL LOACH , LEPIDOCEPHALUS THERMALIS (VALENCIENNES) OF TAMIL NADU


Jaculine Pereira. J, R. Jeya Shakila, B. Ahilan,& K.Karal Marx, C.B.T. Rajagopalsamy

Abstract:
The Tropical loach, Lepidocephalus thermalis was collected from various regions of Tamil Nadu. Morphometric and meristic characterization were carried out for L. thermalis and DNA was isolated from L


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  • STUDIES ON ROOST AND CHARACTERISTICS OF ROOSTING TREE UTILIZED BY INDIAN PEAFOWL (PAVO CRISTATUS L) AT MUSIRI AREA, TRICHY DISTRICT, TAMIL NADU, INDIA


Kalaiselvan K & N. Ramesh

Abstract:
In the present study roost and characteristics of roosting tree utilized by Indian peafowl (Pavo cristatusl) was attempted at Musiri area of Trichy district, Tamilnadu, India from March 2012 to February 2013.


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  • CANINE GLAUCOMA AND MANAGEMENTAL MODALITIES


Rai Somil, Chandrapuria V.P.

Abstract:
Glaucoma is a syndrome in which progressive elevation in intraocular pressure (IOP) of the eye results in damage to the optic disc and retina and characteristic changes of glaucoma include disrupted axoplasmic flow in the optic nerve head, death of retinal ganglion cells and their axons, cupping of the optic disc, and visual impairment or blindness.


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  • GENOTOXICITY ASSESSMENT OF VARIOUS EXTRACTS FROM Ruta graveolens An important Medicinal and Aromatic Plant


Suganya Krishnamuthy, Dr. J. Fathima Benazir,

Abstract:
Ruta graveolens commonly named as rue, a folklore plant of family Rutaceae has been used in traditional medicine. Clastogenic effects of Ruta have already been proved in experiments done on mouse bone marrow cells.


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  • CROUZON’S SYNDROME: AN UNUSUAL GENETIC TRAIT


Dr. Deepa Venkatesh, Dr. Ashford Lidiya George, Dr. Shalini Nawabadkar, Dr. Sathyendra kumar, Dr.Rup

Abstract:
Crouzon syndrome is rare developmental deformity, which is described in the clinical entity of craniosynostosis.


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