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  • BIO ADSORPTION OF ALIZARIN RED DYE USING IMMOBILIZED SACCHAROMYCEUS SERVICE


N. Gandhi, D. Sirisha, Smita Asthana

Abstract:
One of the main sources with severe pollution problems worldwide is the textile industry and its dye-containing wastewaters (10-25% of textile dyes are lost during the dyeing process, and 2-20% is directly discharged as aqueous effluents in different environmental components.


1-17
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  • QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF PEELED AND UNPEELED ROASTED GROUNDNUT (Arachis hypogaea L.) SOLD IN BENIN CITY, NIGERIA


AKINNIBOSUN, F. I. AND OSAWARU, E. E.

Abstract:
The microbiological quality of peeled and unpeeled roasted groundnut sold in Benin metropolis of Nigeria was investigated using standard microbiological methods. The microbial load of the roasted groundnut samples analysed differed.


18-32
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  • BIOACCUMULATON, RECOVERY AND TOXICITY OF CADMIUM CHLORIDE IN BARYTELPHUSA GUREINI


Akhter Ali Siddiqui

Abstract:
The present study reflects the toxicity, bioaccumulation and recovery of cadmium in some vital organs of Barytelphusa gureini such as hepatopancreas, exoskeleton, muscle, gill, and gonad. The acclimated crabs of equal size were treated with different concentrations of cadmium chloride ( 2 - 4.5 μg/L ).


33-46
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  • FORMULATION OF FIG BASED FUNCTIONAL FOOD PRODUCTS AND CHANGES DURING STORAGE


Anita Kumari, Y S Dhaliwal and Anupama Sandal

Abstract:
The present investigation was undertaken with aim to analyze physico- chemical, nutritional, proximate, mineral and functional constituent’s present in fig fruit and to develop functional food products from highly nutritious indigenous fruit fig (Ficus palmate) of Himachal Pradesh.


47-59
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  • SMALL FARM HOLDER SOIL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN NORTHERN KATSINA, NIGERIA: AN ANALYSIS


IBRAHIM, Yusuf El-Ladan and ABDULLAHI, Abubakar Rumah

Abstract:
This study was carried-out with the aim of exploring how small farm holder soil management practices affect soil quality in the three most extreme northerly Local Government Areas of Katsina State in Northern Nigeria.


60-78
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  • GIS BASED SEMI-QUANTITATIVE MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF KANKURAM BASIN, GHATSILA


Dr. MeryBiswas, Mr. Asit Kumar Biswas

Abstract:
The present research work embodies the application of GIS technique for the detail analysis of River basin morphology.


79-117
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  • BACTERIAL DIVERSITY OF DENTAL ABSCESS IN PATIENTS WITH ODONTOGENIC INFECTION AND THEIR ANTIBIOTIC SUSCEPTIBILITY


Poonam. B. Chauhan, Pratibha. B. Desai

Abstract:
Twenty seven patients with odontogenic infection with a mean age of 41.2 years with 59.26% male and 40.74% female were found to be polymicrobial. The sample consisted of both aerobic (36%) and anaerobic (64%) bacteria.


118-131
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  • REVIEW ON SEMICONDUCTOR MATERIALS FOR APPLICATION IN PHOTOVOLTAICS


Dr.Neeraj Tyagi

Abstract:
Semiconductor materials are reviewed in the context of their application in photovoltaics .Solar cells based on single crystal silicon are facing tough competition from the solar cells which are manufactured with thin films of materials such as Cadmium telluride.


132-140
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  • PROPORTION OF SUB-CLINICAL HYPOTHYROIDISM AMONG PERSONS WITH DIABETES MELLITUS


Dr.Meera.S, Dr. Aravind Karinagannanavar, Akshaya Fadnis

Abstract:
Subclinical hypothyroidism is the most common abnormality involving the thyroid gland, affecting 3-16% of the people.


141-154
10
  • COPRINELLUS AND COPRINOPSIS: AGGRESSIVE COMPETITORS OF BUTTON MUSHROOM DURING RAINY SEASON CULTIVATION


V.P. SHARMA, SATISH KUMAR AND SHWET KAMAL

Abstract:
Heavy infection of Coprinus was recorded during the cultivation of button mushroom in the months of July, August and September, 2012 and 2013. The contaminant appeared as white mycelium closely resembling Agaricus bisporus mycelium and difficult to identify at the spawn run stage in the compost.


155-163
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  • IMPACT OF URBANISATION ON WATER SUPPLY WELLS IN AND AROUND JAMMU CITY, DISTRICT JAMMU, J&K, INDIA


PRAGYA KHANNA, PRIYA KANWAR, AMIT KHAJURIA AND PARVINDER KUMAR

Abstract:
The present study aims to assess the physico-chemical (pH, Electrical conductivity (EC), Carbonate (CO3), Bicarbonate (HCO3), Chloride (Cl), Sulphate (SO4), Nitrate (NO3), Fluoride (F), Calcium (Ca), Magnesium (Mg), Sodium (Na), Potassium (K), Iron (Fe), Total hardness (TH)) and microbiological parameters of the underground water in Jammu city, District Jammu, J&K, India.


164-189
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  • MORPHOBIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOR OF OXALIS SPECIES FOUND OF ASSAM


Jinu Devi Rajkumari

Abstract:
Oxalis is a cosmopolitan herbaceous genus having tremendous medicinal values and used widely in pharmateutial industries. There are about 900 oxalis species are reported and two spaces namely O.corniculata L. and O.corymbosa Kunth are widely found in Assam as well as in other parts of North East India. Another species O. triangularis A. St.-Hil. is found in some places of Assam.


190-197
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  • ESTIMATION OF HEAVY METALS IN PADDY PLANT SYSTEM GROWING UNDER IRON AND STEEL FACTORIES POLLUTED ENVIRONMENT


A. Ghosh, JK.Datta

Abstract:
In this research work a much stress is given for estimation of different types of heavy metals ( Fe, Pb, Cr, Cd ) in Paddy plant system due to severe water pollution in Sponge Iron Factory.


198-204
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  • THE STUDY OF RELATION OF ABSORBANCE WITH TIME AND OPTIMIZATION OF MEASUREMENT CONDITIONS


Enkela Noçka, Ilva Gjika, Ariola DEVOLLI

Abstract:
The aim of our work is determination of the content of several tension-active substances in polluted waters, having as prior object the AD. This method has high flexibility and accuracy. In the following of our work in the session of the Analytical Chemistry we have made experiments for the implementation of some simple and quick methods to determine AD in polluted waters.


205-209
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  • THE STUDY OF STABILIZING EFFECT OF POLYVINYL ALCOHOL IN ABSORBANCE OF ANIONIC DETERGENT SOLUTIONS


Enkela Noçka, Ariola DEVOLLI, Ilva Gjika

Abstract:
The wide use both domestic and industrial of AD has brought their increase in concentration on the environment. So, the development of quick, sensitive and selective methods for the determination of AD is considered an important analytical problem.


210-215
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  • EXTRACTION OF PIGMENT PRODUCED BY PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA AND ITS ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY


Dr. Ratna Trivedi, Mita.Vakilwala

Abstract:
Pseudomonas species are important opportunistic pathogens causing many types of hospital acquired infections. Apart from their negative role, they are important organisms used for bio-degradation of different types of xenobiotic compounds.


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