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  • PHYLOGENY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF PHELLORINIA SPP.: A DELICACY OF INDIAN DESERT


VP Sharma, Manjit Singh, Satish Kumar, Shwet Kamal and Rajender Singh

Abstract:
Phellorinia species is most commonly observed wild edible mushroom in the desert and have been very well reported from Rajasthan states. Forays have been made to collect, identify, catalogue and molecularly characterize this important mushroom of the desert region of Rajasthan state during August and September month of the year 2010 and 13.


1-17
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  • STUDY OF ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTY AND PHOTO PROTECTIVE ACTIVITY OF HELIANTHUS ANNUS AND CORIANDRUM SATIVUM UNDER DIFFERENT SOIL TREATMENTS


Jayashree, Pratima K Hegde and George Lekha

Abstract:
Now a days personal care products containing ingredients from the plant origin are getting increasing trend in pharmaceuticals, because various synthetic agents have been used as photoprotectives but they have limited use as they cause potential toxicity in humans and involve in photo carcinogenesis.


18-35
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  • PLASMA CONCENTRATIONS OF T3, T4, TESTOSTERONE AND CORTISOL IN NIANG MEGHA AND GHUNGROO PIGLETS


R K Mohapatra, J Goswami, N H Mohan, M K Tamuli, A V Verma, , K K Bonia, Ilakhi Deka, D K Sarma

Abstract:
A study was carried out to know concentration of triiodothyroxin(T3), throxine(T4), testosterone and cortisol level of these two local breeds pigs like Niang Megha and Ghungroo breeds of India.


36-41
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  • HOLISTIC SURVEY ON BUTTERFLY DIVERSITY AT TWO SELECTED REGIONS OF THE NORTHERN PARTS OF BENGAL, INDIA


Supratim Pal, Debashis Das, Abhisek Saha, Kaushik Chakraborty

Abstract:
Butterflies, in gross, are important taxonomic groups and are also considered as prospective bio-indicator which should be protected to conserve the biodiversity at initial level and the environment at the total point.


42-57
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  • COMPARISONS OF THE AFRICAN COBRAS USING ELECTROPHORETICAL ANALYSIS OF VENOM AND THEIR MORPHOLOGY


Zuzana Andrejčáková, Vladimír Petrilla, Drahomíra Sopková, Radoslava Vlčková, Samuel Bila, L

Abstract:
The African spitting cobras involve the genus Hemachatus (Hemachatus haemachatus species) and some species of the genus Naja (Naja nigricollis, Naja aschei, Naja nigricincta, Naja mossambica, Naja katiensis, Naja nubiae, Naja pallida).


58-68
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  • EFFECT OF SOLVENT EXTRACTION SYSTEM ON THE ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF SOME SELECTED WILD LEAFY VEGETABLES OF MEGHALAYA STATE IN INDIA


Tapan Seal and Kaushik Chaudhuri

Abstract:
The antioxidant activities of five wild leafy vegetables e.g. Chenopodium album, Alternanthera philoxeroides, Homalomena aromatica, Zanthoxylum rhetsa and Cajanus indicus collected from Meghalaya state in India were determined by using 1,1-diphenyl-2-picryl hydrazyl (DPPH) radical scavenging activity, ABTS radical scavenging ability, reducing power capacity, estimation of total phenolic content, flavonoid content and flavonol content..


69-83
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  • MORPHOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.) UNDER DIFFERENT LIGHT CONDITION


P. Lakshmanakumar,O. P. S. Bana, S. K. Guru

Abstract:
Light is the main environmental factor which regulates growth and development of crop plants. Decrease in light intensity due to shading adversely affects plant growth and development.


84-105
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  • A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF VITAMIN D LEVELS IN INDIVIDUALS WITH AND WITHOUT DEPRESSION


Lakshmi Ranganathan

Abstract:
Depression is a universal health problem and its outcomes are physical, psychological and social. Several studies have shown that depression results in decreased Vitamin D values.


106-114
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  • SYNTHESIS & CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL SCHIFF BASE FOR ITS BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY


Rashmi Shankar, Naila Sain, Reshma Khan, Nasira Surve, Satu T Chavhan, R P Chavan

Abstract:
Schiff base synthesis is usually acid-catalyzed and usually require refluxing the mixture of aldehydes (or ketone) and amine in organic medium. However, assistance of stirring for synthesis of Schiff base is introduced.


115-119
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  • SYNTHESIS OF SCHIFF BASE USING NATURAL CATALYST UNDER MICROWAVE CONDITION


SHANKAR DUTT PANDEY, RAHUL GUPTA*, KHAN RESHMA HASNAIN, NASIRA SURVE, SAIN NAILA, SATU T CHAVHAN, R

Abstract:
The role of naturally available fruit juice in organic synthesis has attracted the interest of chemists, particularly from the view of green chemistry.The reaction of primary aromatic amines with aryl aldehydes is found to be catalyzed by tamarind extract as natural acid under solvent-free conditions to give the corresponding Schiff bases.


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  • AN UPDATED ANNOTATED CHECKLIST AND BIODIVERSITY OF PENTATOMOIDEA BUGS (HETEROPTERA: PENTATOMOMORPHA) OF JAMMU, KASHMIR AND LADAKH HIMALAYAS (INDIA)


R.C.Bhagat

Abstract:
This paper deals with 48 species of bugs, belonging to 36 genera of Superfamily Pentatomoidea, distributed over six families, viz. Acanthosomatidae, Cydnidae, Pentatomidae, Plataspididae, Scutelleridae and Urostylididae.


125-139
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  • EFFECT OF DIFFERENT NITROGEN FORMS IN ALLEVIATING CADMIUM-INDUCED CHANGES ON PLANT GROWTH, METAL ACCUMULATION, OXIDATIVE AND ANTIOXIDATIVE ENZYMES IN SOLANUM AETHIOPICUM PLANT


Alieu Mohamed Bah & Chen Xion Hong, Edwin J.J. Momoh & Guoping Zhang & Feibo Wu

Abstract:
Investigation was carried out to study the effect of different nitrogen forms in alleviating cadmium-induced changes on plant height, Leaf number, and Leaf dry weight (DW).The study also include Cd concentration in plant tissues and oxidative stress under two Cd levels (0 and 100mg Cd kg−1 soil)


140-167
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  • EFFECT OF YOGA PRACTICE ON DEPRESSION


Rajesh Manivannan, Lakshmi Ranganathan

Abstract:
Depression is a psychological condition, characterized by a pervasive low mood, low self-esteem, and loss of interest or pleasure in normally enjoyable activities. The World Health Organization (WHO), defines depression as a mental disorder, characterized by sadness, loss of interest or pleasure, feelings of guilt or low self-worth, disturbed sleep or appetite, feelings of tiredness and poor concentration.


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  • RADAR CROSS SECTION PREDICTION TECHNIQUES AND THEIR APPLICATIONS


Dr.Neeraj Tyagi

Abstract:
Radar cross section (RCS) is estimated in terms of strengths of the incident and scattered electric fields and the range from the radar to the target. It is the reflective strength measurement of a target.


181-197
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  • GENETIC ASPECTS OF INFERTILITY IN MEN WITH AZOSPERMIA OR OLIGOSPERMIA


Ali Shaltout, Faeza El-Dahtory

Abstract:
To determine the frequency of chromosomal abnormalities and microdeletions in the AZF in a sample of infertile men with idiopathic azoospermia and oligozoospermia.


198-209
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  • PHONON-PHONON INTERACTION IN RAMAN SCATTERING OF GERMANIUM


A. Chauhan, S. C. Gairola

Abstract:
Germanium has diamond type structure. It has two identical atoms in primitive unit cell. An equation of motion technique of quantum dynamics has been applied to develop the theory of Raman spectra of germanium. An expression for electron phonon linewidth and electron phonon shift has been obtained.


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