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  • NATURAL HISTORY OF DOMINANT SPIDERS IN KUTTANAD RICE AGROECOSYSTEM, KERALA, INDIA


Sudhikumar A. V.

Abstract:
The potential of spiders as natural control agents of destructive insect has created a considerable interest in understanding their life histories and especially their predacious habits in the attempt to evaluate their importance as enemies of phytophagous insects.


1-19
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  • IMMEDIATE VS DELAYED IMPLANTS


Dr. Aditya Goyal

Abstract:
The earliest possible restoration of form and function is the hallmark of all surgical specialities. The same principle underlies immediate implant placement.


20-35
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  • CASTRATION RELATED HISTOMORPHOLOGICAL CHANGES IN THYMUS OF MALE GARDEN LIZARD; CALOTES VERSICOLOR


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

Abstract:
Environmental factors influence different glands during developmental as well as developed stages Thymus of Calotes versicolor shows the variations in different phases influenced by environmental and internal factors.


36-47
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  • EFFECT OF FLY ASH ON SOIL PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND MAIZE YIELD IN ACIDIC ALFISOL


Chandraka T, Jena D, Dash AK, Jena SN, Panda N

Abstract:
A field experiment was conducted for three seasons during 2013-14 to compare the effect of fly ash with lime and gypsum on soil physic- chemical properties and yield of maize crop in acidic Alfisol.


48-62
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  • EFFICACY STUDY OF PASHU-JEEVAN (CATTLYX) SUPPLEMENTATION ON MILK YIELD, APPETITE AND OTHER VARIOUS RUMINAL DYSFUNCTIONS IN CATTLE


Upadhyay AK

Abstract:
Present study was under taken to evaluate the efficacy of PASHU-JEEVAN (CATTLYX)- A Natural Cattle Feed Lick, supplementation on milk yield, appetite and other Various Ruminal Dysfunctions in Cattle.


63-70
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  • “FORMATION OF UNIFIED EULERIAN INTEGRALS OFHYPERGEOMETRIC FUNCTION WITH STATISTICAL DISTRIBUTION”


Ms. Samta Gulia , Prof. (Dr.) R.S.Verma, Prof. (Dr.) Harish Singh

Abstract:
In this research paper we proved three Eulerian Integrals. The results of these Integrals provide interesting unifications and extensions of new and known results. Our integrals involve simpler polynomials like as , Jacobi polynomials, generalized Lauricella Functions of several variables.


71-85
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  • CORRELATION OF MAST CELL AND ANGIOGENESIS – AN IMMUNOHISTOLOGICAL STUDY


Dr Amit Thahriani , Dr Bhaskar agarwal, Dr Avinash Singh Chauhan, Prof. Shaleen Chandra, Dr Nishi Si

Abstract:
Mast cell contribution to neoangiogenesis during tumorigenesis in oral squamous cell carcinoma is not determined yet. objectives: to associate numerical mast cell density (mcd) to numerical microvessel density (mvd) during the progression of oral leukoplakia without dysplasia and leukoplakia with dysplasia to squamous cell carcinoma (oscc).


86-101
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  • POLY M-TOLUDINE- NEODYMIUM COMPOSITE: SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND CONDUCTIVITY STUDY


M.B.Wasu, A. R. Raut

Abstract:
Poly m-toludine/Nd composite material can be synthesized by insitu polymerization using m-toludine and neodymium chloride reactants. During the chemical oxidative polymerization m-toludine gets oxidized to poly m-toludine, neodymium chloride get reduced and produce metal- polymer composite.


102-113
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  • GEOMORPHOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE IN MANAGEMENT OF DAMS AND BARRAGES: SPECIAL REFFERENCE TO FARAKKA BARRAGE IN WEST BENGAL


Pompa Mondal

Abstract:
The present study is concerned with the geomorphological knowledge in management of dams and barrages special reference to Farakka barrage in West Bengal. Dam is the barrier constructed across a stream or river to impound water and raise its level.


114-124
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  • ASSESSING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF E – LEARNING EDUCATION MATERIAL ON NUTRITION AND HEALTH KNOWLEDGE OF RURAL WOMEN : A QUASI EXPERIMENTAL STUDY


Nida Fatima Hazari, Dr. V. Vijaya Lakshmi

Abstract:
This study was conducted to assess the effectiveness of education through the e – learning education material developed on changes in knowledge in nutrition and health among of rural women


125-133
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  • NURSING PRACTICE AND WORK ENVIRONMENT: EVERY SUPERB NURSE CAN SUCCUMB OCCUPATIONAL HAZARD


Anantha Priya, Manveer Kaur

Abstract:
A Healthy Work Environment is one that is safe, empowering, and satisfying. Parallel to the World Health Organization definition of health, it is not merely the absence of real and perceived threats to health, but a place of “physical, mental, and social well-being,” supporting optimal health and safety.


134-140
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  • EFFECTIVENESS OF STRUCTURED TEACHING PROGRAMME ON RISK FACTORS OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AMONG BUS DRIVERS


Ms. Swapna. M. K

Abstract:
Bus driving is a good living but the job kills them overtime. The job characteristics of bus drivers includes increased work pace and traffic, shift work, rigid time schedules and noise in combination with prolonged exposure to toxic fumes from other vehicles.


141-147
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  • STUDIES ON UNANI HERBAL MEDICINAL PLANTS


Sonali Sajwan, Kunal Sajwan, Mahesh Chandra, Anas Iqbal Alvi, S. M. Asim & Najmus Sehar

Abstract:
The growing interest in Natural Healthcare has led to multi-dimensional research in various traditional systems of medicines in recent years which mainly use plant for therapeutic purposes. These systems mainly depend on plant origin drugs and hold promise for safe and effective healthcare through plant based medicines.


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