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  • A REGIONAL GEOMAGNETIC MODEL USING FOURIER ANALYSIS


R. Jayapal, Shenu Gopal, C. P. Anilkumar & Chandu Venugopal

Abstract:
We have Fourier analysed the horizontal component (H) of the Earth’s magnetic field at Thiruvananthapuram (lat. 8o 29’ N, long. 76o 59’ E) during the years 1987 to 1998. The infinite number of terms in the Fourier expansion was truncated after the fifth term for both magnetically “quiet” and “disturbed” days.


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  • EFFECTIVENESS OF BEEHIVE FENCES TO DETER CROP RAIDING ELEPHANTS IN KERALA, INDIA


Riju P Nair & E. A. Jayson

Abstract:
Human-elephant (HEC) conflict is a growing concern in today’s crowded world. This study was initiated to check the effectiveness beehive fence an eco-friendly, low cost biological fence against crop raiding Asian elephants (Elephas maximus).


14-19
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  • COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF CHEMICAL QUALITIES OF SINGORI (A TYPE OF SWEET) OF KUMAON REAGION


P. K. Singh, V. K. Tanwar, A. K. Upadhyay and Anil Kumar

Abstract:
The study was initiated to compare market and laboratory made singori with objective of providing scientifically proven best quality of said sweet.


20-24
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  • JUNK FOOD EXPOSURE LEADS TO HEALTH PROBLEM IN CHILDREN


Ram Kumar Garg

Abstract:
In this paper eating junk food has become a trend. The children hate homemade healthy food. Junk food is injurious to health. Eating Burger and Pizza increases cholesterol in human body. The fat in human body increases.


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  • THE IMPACT OF HUMAN-WILDLIFE CONFLICT IN PEECHI-VAZHANI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, THRISSUR, KERALA


P. Greeshma, E. A. Jayson and Suresh K. Govind

Abstract:
Human-Wildlife Conflict (HWC) is a grave issue all over the world. This study was initiated to assess the overall pattern of crop damage, livestock lifting and human casualties in and around the Peechi-Vazhani Wildlife Sanctuary, Thrissur, Kerala.


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  • OROGRAPHIC EFFECT OF THE ASSAM-BURMA HILLS IN INDIA ON A BAROTROPIC AIR-STREAM


Prasanta Das, Somenath Dutta and Shyamal Kumar Mondal

Abstract:
An attempt has been made to obtain an analytical solution for 3-D meso-scale lee wave across the Assam-Burma hills (ABH) in India for an idealized barotropic mean flow. ABH has been approximated by two 3-D elliptical barriers, separated by a valley of some finite distance and is broadly north-south (NS) oriented.


46-65
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  • THICKNESS DEPENDENT COERCIVE FIELD AND MAGNETIC ANISOTROPY IN COFEB THIN FILMS


Kailash Chandra, Dr. Hemant Kumar, Sachin Kumar

Abstract:
Transition metal–metalloid (TM–M) alloy CoFeB is an amorphous soft ferromagnetic material. The structural and magnetic properties of as-grown 6–24 nm thin magnetron sputtering deposited Co20Fe60B20films are reported in this communication.


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  • SYNTHESIS OF PLANT- MEDIATED SILVER (Ag) NANOPARTICLES USING COLEUS AROMATICUS


K. Vinoth Kumar And C. Udayasoorian

Abstract:
Biosynthesis of nanoparticles by plant extracts is currently under exploitation. Use of plants for synthesis of nanoparticles could be advantageous over other environmentally benign biological processes as this eliminates the elaborate process of maintaining cell culture.


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  • MORPHOLOGY AND THERMAL STUDIES OF MAGNESIUM CARBONATE NANOPARTICLES


R.Hepzi Pramila Devamani, M. Rathika And N. Ramya

Abstract:
Magnesium carbonate nanoparticles were synthesized via chemical co-precipitation method from magnesium sulfate and sodium carbonate. The formed nanoparticle is characterized by transmission electron microscopy, differential scanning calorimetry technique, thermo gravimetric analysis and differential thermal analysis.


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  • MOLAR EXTINCTION COEFFICIENTS OF SOME ALKALI METAL SALTS IN AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS


Ashok Kumar

Abstract:
Molar extinction coefficients of aqueous solutions of some commonly used alkali metal salts have been measured using well-collimated narrow beam transmission geometry at 279, 356, 662, 1173 and 1332 keV.


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  • MOLAR EXTINCTION COEFFICIENTS OF SOME ALKALI METAL SALTS IN AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS


Ashok Kumar

Abstract:
Molar extinction coefficients of aqueous solutions of some commonly used alkali metal salts have been measured using well-collimated narrow beam transmission geometry at 279, 356, 662, 1173 and 1332 keV.


89-96
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  • EVALUATION OF WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L) GENOTYPES FOR HEAT TOLERANCE AT GRAIN FILLING STAGE


Shambhoo Prasad, Ajit Tiwari, Navnesh Kumar, Bandana Jaiswal, Sonam Singh, Rakesh Dwivedi, Ajay Kuma

Abstract:
An experiment was conducted with 8 wheat varieties to see the genetic variability in wheat for heat stress tolerance at grain filling stage during rabi season 2013-14. Heat stress treatment was given by delayed sowing of 60 days from normal date of sowing (15 November) so that reproductive stage of wheat varieties could experience severs heat stress.


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