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  • MID DAY MEAL PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION AND ITS IMPACT ON CURBING ANEMIA PREVALANCE IN SCHOOL CHILDREN : A STUDY IN NORTH BIHAR


Mukul Sinha, Afsha Jamal & Swiny Sandhvi

Abstract:
Iron deficiency anaemia is a problem of serious public health significance, given its impact on psychological and physical development, behaviour and work performance. More than 70 percent of Indian children are anaemic (National Human Development report, 2001).


1-11
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  • ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF CHITOSANASE PRODUCING BACTERIA FROM MARINE SOURCE AND PHYSICOCHEMICAL PARAMETER OPTIMIZATION FOR ENZYMATIC PRODUCTION OF CHITOOLIGOSACCHARIDES


Arunkumar Ganesan, Bhanumathi Kannan

Abstract:
Chitooligosaccharides (COS) is a derived oligosaccharides mixture produced from chitosan. COS possess various bioactivity of pharmacological importance. Enzymatic conversion of chitosan yields COS of defined degree of polymerization, rather than acid hydrolysis.


12-21
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  • PERIPHERAL COMPRESSIVE NEUROPATHY ROLE OF NCS AND EMG IN DIAGNOSIS AND FOLLOW UP


Dr. Naseer Issa Alsudani

Abstract:
Compression / entrapment lesions are the most common disorders of the peripheral nervous system as they comprise between 60-70% of all peripheral nerve problems. Electrodiagnostic examination can be helpful in the assessment of these lesions, it is the premier diagnostic laboratory procedure in this regard.


22-44
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  • “EFFECT OF BIOTIC & ABIOTIC ELICITORS ON THE PRODUCTION OF DIOSGENIN IN TISSUE CULTURE OF LYCIUM BARBARUM”


Aditi Mathur, Shashank Mathur, A.K.Trivedi

Abstract:
Callus cultures of Leaf explants of Lycium barbarum were established and growth indices were measured on Basal MS media supplemented with Auxin (1.5 mg/l 2, 4D; 1mg/l IAA) and Cytokinin (0.5 mg/l Kinetin) up to10 weeks. Callus with maximum Growth Index (08 weeks) was used for further elicitation and quantification procedures.


45-58
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  • FORMULATION OF KAINTH (PYRUS SEROTINA) BASED FUNCTIONAL FOOD PRODUCTS AND CHANGES DURING STORAGE


Anita Kumari and Y. S Dhaliwal

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 kainth fruit (Pyrus serotina) of Himachal Pradesh. The fruit contain good amounts of vitamin C, pectin and mineral content. Spread was prepared by using this fruit.


59-70
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  • MOLECULAR DETECTION AND GENOTYPING OF HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS (16/ 18, AND 6/11) IN PATIENTS WITH LARYNGEAL LESIONS USING DNA- IN SITU HYBRIDIZATION


Saad Hasan Mohammed Ali, Tamara Amer Taha, BasimShehabAhmed,Mohammed Abd Al-Mahdi Al-qurtas, Faisal Ghazi Al-Hamdani

Abstract:
Laryngeal cancer represents one of the most common head and neck malignancies. Many studies have suggested that human papilloma virus (HPV) might be related to the pathogenesis of many of these malignant and benign head and neck tumors as well as laryngeal lesions.


71-93
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  • LAND USE AND LAND COVER CHANGE DETECTION STUDY AT INDIAN SUNDARBAN DELTA USING REMOTE SENSING AND GIS


Subrata Haldar

Abstract:
The present research work is essential job for the populated part of the Indian Sundarban, because of very active estuarine and sedimentary process operated this area rapidly and active delta building operation is also operating here very rigorously. Beside this, very high pressure of population throughout the GBD (Ganga Brahamaputra Delta), influence the whole set up of LULC.


94-101
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  • INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF NICKEL NITRATE ON BONE COMPOSITION


Khalid H. Gathwan

Abstract:
A number of biophysical and biochemical parameters have been made use of, in order to study the effect of nickel chloride on bone composition of mice. The animals were divided into two categories- control and experimental.


102-107
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  • PREVALENCE OF KRAS CODON 12 MUTATION IN PATIENTS WITH ORAL SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA (OSCC) FROM SOUTH INDIAN POPULATION


Samatha Gadde, Sudhakar Poda, Suryanarayana Veeravalli, Lakshmi Addala

Abstract:
The RAS gene family is the most studied and best characterized of the known cancer-related genes KRAS is the most frequently altered gene, with mutations occurring in 17%–25% of all cancers. This study was designed to investigate the impact of Kras12 mutation in oral squamous cell Carcinoma


108-119
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  • IMPACT OF THE BIOLOGICAL FERTILIZERS ON CHEMICAL INDEXES AND ENZYME ACTIVITIES OF SOILS AT CUCUMBERS


Pavlina Naskova, Bojka Malcheva, Plamena Yankova, Dragomir Plamenov

Abstract:
The present experimental work is set as a vessel experiment in a non-heated greenhouse of department „Plant Production“, Technical University – Varna, with purpose to be established the role of three biological products (Ekstrasol, Herbagreen, Life Bat Guano) and one mineral fertilizer (NPK) on chemical and enzyme indexes of soils at growing of greenhouse cucumbers variety Kiara F1.


120-131
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  • AN OVERVIEW OF PRANHITA-GODAVARI SEDIMENTARY BASIN, TELANGANA, INDIA


P. Swamy Sharan & K.David

Abstract:
Pranhita-Godavari (P-G) Basin occurs in two parallel NW-SE trending sub-basins the western and the eastern), situated at the junction of Dharwar and Bastarcratons, anddeveloped after amalgamation of the craton in palaeoproterozoic. Three sub-basins are identified in this P-G basin.


132-147
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  • MICROBIOLOGICAL AND ENZYMATIC ACTIVITY OF SOILS IN THE VICINITY OF A WIND TURBINE


Dragomir Plamenov, Pavlina Naskova, Bojka Malcheva

Abstract:
There have been microbiological and enzymatic analyses of soils located at different distances and in different directions from a wind generator (0 m, 20 m, 50 m, 1000 m) performed, in order to establish the impact of wind on the indicators researched. The biogenousity of soils is different for the individual samples, the total microflora is highest when the soil most heavily influenced by the wind – at a distance of 20 m from the wind turbine into the wind.


148-160
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  • A STUDY OF PLANNEDINTERVENTIONBY IDENTIFYINGTHE STATUSOF NUTRITIONAL ANEMIA AMONG THE WOMEN RESIDING IN TRIBAL AREAS OF NAVI- MUMBAI.


Mrs. Ashalata v. Dawri, Sudarshna Lal.

Abstract:
Anemia is world-wide common problem of women. According to the National Family Health Survey (NFHS)-(III) more than half of women in India (55%) have anemia, including 39 % with mild anemia, 15 % with moderate anemia and 2 percent withsevere anemia.


161-167
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  • EFFECT OF CATALASE ON SPERM FUNCTION TESTS, LIPID PEROXIDATION AND SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE ENZYME ACTIVITY DURING CRYOPRESERVATION OF BUFFALO BULL SEMEN


Amrit Kaur Bansal and Ranjna S Cheema

Abstract:
The aim of the present study was to determine the effects of two doses of catalase (100, 200μM) on motility, viability, lipid peroxidation (LPO), hypo osmotic swelling test (HOST), acrosome damage (AD) and superoxide dismutase (SOD) enzyme activity during different stages of cryopreservation


168-184
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  • PHYTOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND IN-VITRO ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF STEM AND LEAF EXTRACT OF CASSIA ALATA L


Ipsita Duarah, Jayanta Barukial and Dilip Hazarika

Abstract:
This study reports on the phytochemical properties and in-vitro antifungal activity of Cassia alata L. against some aero-mycoflora to evaluate the safety and efficacy of C. alata L. in the management of fungal infectious diseases.


185-198
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  • SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND ANTIMICROBIAL EFFECTS OF MODIFIED NOVOLAC RESINS


Kailash Narayan, Chandera and Bhushan Prasad

Abstract:
Antimicrobial agents are the chemical compounds that have the ability to inhibit the growth of a metabolism of microorganism or to kill them. Antimicrobial polymers by virtue of having advantages over simple microbial agents, have found wider applications.


199-205
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  • EFFECT OF SPRAYED AGROCHEMICALS ON FRUIT RIPENING HOMOGENEITY AND KEEPING QUALITY OF ANNA APPLES


Marzouk, H.A. and Kassem, H.A

Abstract:
Twelve year old Anna apple trees were subjected to preharvest sprays of salicylic acid (SA), chitosan (Chi), putrescine (Put), calcium (Ca), gibberellic acid (GA3) and cytofex (CPPU) to investigate their effect on fruit ripening homogeneity and quality at harvest and after storage at 0 ± 1°C and 85-90% RH.


206-221
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  • RENEWABLE ENERGY FROM BIOGAS: A PURA VILLAGE CASE STUDY


Chandera Bhusan Prasad, Kailash Narayan

Abstract:
A potentially useful decentralized source of energy is biogas, which is an approximately 60:40 mixture of methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2), produced by the anaerobic fermentation of cellulosic biomass materials such as bovine wastes.


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