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  • EFFECTS OF CHARGE FLUCTUATING NEGATIVE DUST ON LINEAR DUST-ACOUSTIC WAVES


Sanjit Kumar Paul

Abstract:
The linear propagation of the dust-acoustic waves (L-DAWs) in a dusty plasma consisting of Boltzmann-distributed electrons and ions, mobile charge fluctuating negative dust and charge fluctuating stationary negative dust has been theoretically investigated.


1-16
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  • TO STUDY THE EFFECT OF HAND SANITIZERS USED IN KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA AGAINST THE COMMON BACTERIAL PATHOGENS


Dr. Yousuf Adam Ali

Abstract:
Washing of hand is utmost important to reduce the microbial contamination in hospital, laboratories, toiletries and at home. The strong religious belief irrespective of any religion is to wash your hand before any intake of food.


17-28
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  • A COMPARISON OF ANTIFUNGAL POTENTIAL OF STANDARDIZED AQUEOUS AND ALCOHOLIC EXTRACTS OF TREES OF CLASS MANGNOLIATAE


Shruti Sharma, Tripti Bhatnagar, Fanish Pandey

Abstract:
The extracts of 9 different leaves of trees belonging to Class Mangnoliatae were screened for their antimicrobial activities against plant pathogenic fungal diseases.


29-41
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  • SOLAR PROTON EVENTS (SPES) AND THEIR IMPACT


S.C. Dubey, S.K. Pandey

Abstract:
Solar proton events (SPEs) produce several major consequences at Earth: High energy protons penetrate the Earth's magnetic field in the polar regions, crash into atmospheric particles and produce ion and electron pairs that temporarily increase the density in the lowest regions of the ionosphere.


42-54
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  • PREVALENCE OF DENTAL CARIES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO STREPTOCOCCUS MUTANS, AMONG STUDENTS OF COLLEGE OF APPLIED MEDICAL SCIENCES, KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA: A CASE STUDY


Dr. Yousuf Adam Ali

Abstract:
Dental caries is a disease which no individual has escaped from it during his / her life span. The prevalence of dental caries is increasing throughout the world and is attributed to consumption of sugar and poor oral hygiene.


55-64
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  • ANTIBIOTIC SUSCEPTIBILITY PATTERN OF STREPTOCOCCUS MUTANS CAUSING DENTAL CARIES AMONG STUDENTS OF JAZAN UNIVERSITY, KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA


Dr. Yousuf Adam Ali

Abstract:
Dental caries is an age old disease in which the tooth enamel is demineralized by the secretion of acid in microenvironment by bacteria. The most common among the bacteria causing dental caries is Streptococcus mutans.


65-74
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  • DENSITY FUNCTIONAL AND MOLECULAR ORBITAL STUDIES ON THE TOXICITY OF AN ANTI CANCER DRUG FERROCENOPHANE POLYPHENOL AND ITS METABOLITE QUINONE METHIDE


Jibanananda Jana

Abstract:
Molecular modelling analyses based on HF (at 3-21G level) and DFT (at B3LYP/6-31G level) calculations indicate that higher electron–deficient regions on the molecular surface of ferrocenophanepolyphenol than its metabolite quinonemethide would make the former itself more toxic through its interaction with glutathione and nucleobases in DNA though its more kinetic inertness and more solubility tend to diminish the effect whereas, very poor electron-deficient and much electron-rich regions on the molecular surface of quinonemethide would make it very less toxic though, to some extent both higher kinetic lability and lower solubility have little tendency to make it toxic.


75-94
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  • ASSOCIATION OF SERUM ADVANCED GLYCATION END-PRODUCTS AND HIGH SENSITIVITY C-REACTIVE PROTEIN LEVELS WITH QUANTITATIVE CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY DERIVED SEVERITY AND EXTENT INDICES IN CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE CARDIAC RISK FACTORS


Mohammad Roza Ansari, Kanchan Vohra, Sudhir Varma, Harpreet Singh Kalra, Jasmeen, Rajinder Kaur

Abstract:
Advanced glycation end-products (AGEs) impart contribution in promoting atherosclerosis by means of structural protein changes in the vascular wall and by activation of pro-inflammatory pathways.


95-113
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  • DEVELOPMENT OF IRON OXIDE/ZEO-NaX NANO PHOTOCATALYST FROM COAL FLY ASH AND ITS ACTIVITY ASSESSMENT BY METHYLENE BLUE DYE DEGRADATION


G. Sudha, E. Subramanian,, C. Murugan

Abstract:
Synthesis of zeolite NaX (Zeo-NaX) from coal fly ash and its conversion to a photocatalyst is a rarely studied field. The present work focuses on this field by using iron oxide photosensitizer over Zeo-NaX. Zeo-NaX was obtained from coal fly ash by alkali fusion method followed by hydrothermal treatment


114-128
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  • TIME TO RECRUITMENT FOR A SINGLE GRADE MANPOWER SYSTEM WITH TWO THRESHOLDS, DIFFERENT EPOCHS FOR EXITS AND CORRELATED INTER-DECISIONS


G. Ravichandran, A. Srinivasan

Abstract:
In this paper, the problem of time to recruitment is studied using a univariate policy of recruitment involving two thresholds for a single grade manpower system with attrition generated by its policy decisions.


129-138
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  • A FASILE SYNTHESIS OF 1- ( 2, 3 – DICHLOROPHENYL )-4-( 1-METHYL-3-PHENYL-1H-1,2,4-TRIAZOL 5-YL) PIPERAZINE MOTIFS AND ITS ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY


Ranjit K. Patel, Arun Suthar, Kokila A. Parmar

Abstract:
A Series of 1-(2,3-dichlorophenyl)-4-(1-methyl-3-phenyl-1H-1,2,4-triazol-5-yl) piperazine derivatives have been synthesized, in this study by efficient synthetic protocol. The structures of the compounds were elucidated with the aid of IR, 1H NMR, Mass spectroscopy and elemental analysis.


139-151
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  • NUTRITIONAL PROTEIN REQUIREMENT OF STRIPED MURREL CHANNA STRIATUS FINGERLINGS FED ON DIFFERENT PROTEIN LEVEL DIETS


Kumar.D, Haniffa.M.A

Abstract:
The commercially important air breathing fish of India is Channa striatus ((Striped murrel) selected for the present work. In the current scenario protein requirement is one of the most important aspects for any living organism not only fish. Now a day’s feed is playing a major role in the freshwater aquaculture industry.


152-173
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  • FLUOROSIS IN SOME VILLAGES OF DUDU TEHSIL OF JAIPUR DISTRICT


Alka Kataria, T. I. Khan

Abstract:
For the observation of fluoride toxicity in both sexes of children and adults from five villages of dudu tehsil, a survey was made by dividing the population surveyed i.e. 600, age wise for collecting baseline information of fluorosis.


173-182
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  • SEASONAL VARIATIONS OF FUNGI FOUND IN POND WATER IN THE NIGER DELTA, NIGERIA


Douglas, S. I.

Abstract:
This research was carried out to investigate the presence and occurrence of fungi in three selected pond water samples from Ogoniland, Rivers State Nigeria. Pond water samples were collected monthly for eight months covering both seasons, using Standard procedures for sample collection, isolation and identification.


194-204
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  • ANALYSIS OF LAND USE/LAND COVER IN RELATION TO GEOLOGICAL UNITS ALONG SATLUJ RIVER, HIMACHAL PRADESH, INDIA


Sandeep Kumar and Santosh

Abstract:
Land use/land cover (LULC) is obviously constrained by environmental factors such as climate, soil characteristics along with geological and geomorphological features of the area. In this study, an attempt has been made to delineate the LULC categories with reference to geological units along the course of Satluj River.


205-221
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  • COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES IN PADDY PLANT SYSTEM UNDER IRON AND STEEL FACTORIES POLLUTED ENVIRONMENT


A.Ghosh, JK.Datta

Abstract:
In the present investigation a much stress is given to detect a huge amount of biomolecular loss in paddy plant due to severe air pollution of steel industry. Paddy plant ( Oryza sativa L.) was selected from the vicinity Agricultural field of Durgapur steel factory industrial zone (Tetultala colony) and another Agricultural site Burdwan University Farm was selected for comparative studies because this site is totally free from any kind of pollution.


222-230
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  • BACTERIOLOGICAL (MPN TEST) AND SOME PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF ARAVATAGI POND, DHARWAD TQ/DIST, KARNATAKA, INDIA


Hemalatha Bhavimani, E.T. Puttaiah, Mohan Naik

Abstract:
Due to increased human population, industrialization, use of fertilizers and manmade activity water is highly polluted with different harmful contaminants. So people are under tremendous threat due to undesigned changes in the physical, chemical and biological characteristics of air, water and soil.


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