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  • INFLUENCE OF SOME ENVIRONMENTAL ATTRIBUTES ON NITRIFICATION POTENTIAL OF CRUDE OIL CONTAMINATED SEDIMENT OF QUA IBOE RIVER ESTUARY MANGROVE ECOSYSTEM AMENDED WITH NPK FERTILIZER


Richard C. John, Emem S. Ntino and Alfred Y. Itah

Abstract:
The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of temperature, pH, organic carbon, salinity and ammonium concentration on the nitrification potential and nitrification rate of crude oil contaminated sediment of Qua Iboe River estuary mangrove ecosystem treated with NPK fertilizer. Nitrification potential rate (NPR) and Nitrification rate (NR) of the mangrove sediment were determined by amending the sediment with sodium chlorate to inhibit the oxidation of NO2-N to NO3-N.


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  • POTENTIAL NITRIFICATION ACTIVITY AND AUTOTROPHIC NITRIFYING BACTERIA IN HYDROCARBON-IMPACTED MANGROVE SEDIMENT OF THE NIGER DELTA, NIGERIA


Richard C. John, Alfred Y. Itah and Gideon C. Okpokwasili

Abstract:
The activities of nitrifying bacteria in the sediment of Qua Iboe River, Cross River and Imo River estuary mangrove ecosystems were investigated using bacteriological technique. Samples were collected over eight month period from the micro-habitat (epipellic and benthic sediment).


23-39
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  • EPIDEMIOLOGY AND ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE OF SALMONELLA ISOLATED FROM MEAT


A. K. Upadhyay, Kiran, Maansi, P. K. Singh, Ipshita and Anil Kumar

Abstract:
A total of 9 Salmonella isolates were recovered from different samples viz. poultry meat (7) and pork (2). The different serovars obtained were S. Typhimurium (6), S. Weltevreden (2) and S. Enteritidis (1).


40-45
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  • ASSESMENT OF GROUND WATER QUALITY IN AND AROUND OF THURAIYUR TALUK, TRICHY DISTRICT, TAMILNADU


R. Sudha

Abstract:
The ground water quality in Thuraiyur taluk was monitored for a period of 3 months from January to March – 2014. Samples were collected at 4 sampling stations namely Thuraiyur (S1), Keerambur (S2), Sorathur (S3) and Puthanampatti (S4).


46-58
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  • PHYSICO-CHEMICAL STANDARDIZATION OF STEM BARK OF AVARTTANI (HELICTERES ISORA LINN.) -AN AYURVEDIC DRUG


Jaly Shashikanth, Dorcas. M

Abstract:
Helicteres isora L. belonging to family Sterculiaceae is one such plant which is extensively used in Indian system of medicine for skin diseases, dysentery, piles and diabetes.


59-69
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  • EVALUATION OF THE ACTIVITY OF IMMUNE CELLS OF THE SPLEEN IN DISEASED MICE WITH CANCER BY SOFT LASER


Aedah Z. Al-Kaisy and Ahmed Anwar Albir

Abstract:
Little information have been published about the active role of soft laser in stimulation the immune cells, so, our work was conducted to examine experimentally the capacity of the immune cells such as macrophages of the spleen in reducing the tumor size of diseased mice with mammary gland carcinoma by soft laser.


70-77
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  • FIBER BRAGG GRATING TEMPERATURE SENSOR WITH ENHANCED SENSITIVITY


B.B. Padhy, S.N. Kale, R.B. Sharma and A.D. Shaligram

Abstract:
Fiber Bragg grating (FBG) temperature sensor has been designed and experimental results have been presented in this paper. Using bimetallic configuration, a temperature sensor with enhanced sensitivity of 71.9 pm/ᵒC and a high-resolution of 0.014ᵒC has been demonstrated. The effect of sensor length (L) on sensitivity has also been investigated.


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  • INCIDENTAL DIAGONOSIS OF A TRACHEO ESOPHAGEAL FISTULA IN A PATIENT POSTED FOR RIGHT PYELOPLASTY UNDER GENERAL ANAESTHESIA DURING POSITIVE PRESSURE VENTILATION : A RARE EXPERIENCE AND A CHALLENGE IN ANAESTHETIC MANAGEMENT


Dr. Dhiman Adhikari, Dr. Sandip Sinha, Dr. Rajat Choudhury, Dr. Gargi Nandi, Dr. Jishnu Nayak

Abstract:
Tracheoesophageal fistula (TEF) is an abnormal connection between esophagus and distal trachea ( at posterior wall of trachea, 2 – 3 tracheal ring above carina ). Usually TEF presents at neonatal period.


88-91
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  • OPTIMAL INVESTMENT STRATEGY FOR A CERTAIN CLASS OF PROBABILISTIC INVESTMENT PROBLEMS


UKWU CHUKWUNENYE

Abstract:
This article obtained the proof of the optimal investment strategy and corresponding rewards for a class probabilistic stationary investment problems, using backward dynamic programming recursive approach. In the sequel, the article formulated nontrivial extensions of the results to a larger dynamic class for practical and realistic considerations.


92-105
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  • MILLET PULSE LADDU AS A NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENT FOR PRE SCHOOL AGE (ANGANWADI) CHILDREN


D. Sarada and M.R. Mrudula

Abstract:
A study on “Millet pulse laddu as a nutritional supplement for children attending ICDS programme” was carriedout in Hayathnagar mandal of RangaReddy district, Andhra Pradesh. The study was an attempt to find the effect of Millet pulse laddu in improving the nutritional status of Pre-school children.


106-121
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  • IDENTIFICATION OF GROUNDWATER CHEMISTRY AND HYDROGEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES IN PARTS OF QUILON, SOUTH WEST INDIA


Dr. Nissy Anil John

Abstract:
Assessment of spatio-temporal and seasonal variations in the hydrochemical characteristics of groundwater is one of the dynamic fields of research in the present world. Water samples from different parts of Kollam were assessed to identify groundwater chemistry of varying water types and determine their hydrochemical facies.


122-133
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  • PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ACTIVATED CARBON FROM COCONUT OILCAKE


Hariprasad.P, Aniz CU, Rajeshwari Sivaraj

Abstract:
In the present study activated carbon was prepared by using coconut oilcakes, which is a waste from the coconut. Five activated carbons were successfully prepared by carbonization and by activation of coconut oilcakes.


134-144
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  • THE ACTIVITY OF LIPASE, ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE AND LACTATE DEHYDROGENASE IN PATIENTS WITH ENTAMOEBAHISTOLYTICA


Hwaida SH. AL-Mahdawy, Dr.FarhanAboodRisan,Dr. Khalil I. Abd Mohammed

Abstract:
The study was carried out during the period from the beginning of (November / 2013 - November / 2014) for detection of Entamoebahistolytica in patients with age range from (3-60) year who attended to AL-Yarmouk teaching hospital and AL-Tifil central hospital.


145-152
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  • SENSITIVITY ANALYSES AND ELECTRONIC IMPLEMENTATIONS OF OPTIMAL INVESTMENT STRATEGIES AND REWARDS FOR A CERTAIN DYNAMIC CLASS OF PROBABILISTIC INVESTMENT PROBLEMS


Ukwu Chukwunenye

Abstract:
This article designed and implemented Excel solution templates for optimal investment strategies and the corresponding optimal rewards, for the largest class of certain probabilistic dynamic investment problems for practical and realistic consideration, using backward recursive dynamic programming.


153-163
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  • EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION AND ENVIRONMENT ETHICS FOR PEOPLE'S PARTICIPATION IN ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION DISTRICT DELI SERDANG


HD. Melva Sitanggang

Abstract:
In keeping with environmental sustainability in this world it is necessary efforts to preserve the environment around us so that there is harmonization between fellow creatures living environment.


164-176
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  • MOTIVATION TO THE PRACTICE OF REGULAR PHYSICAL EXERCISE AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN ADAMA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY UNIVERSITY, ETHIOPIA


Habtamu Demelash, Prof. M. Syam Babu

Abstract:
Motivation in sport and exercise is very important to understand what motivated peoples to undertake any form of physical activity. Ryan, Frederick, lopes, Rubio, & Sheldon (1997) proposed five kinds of exercise motives; A) Enjoyment, B) Appearance, C) Social, D) Fitness, and E) Competence.


177-190
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  • RESPONSE OF TRICHOME AND STOMATAL FREQUENCY OF LEAVES TO EXPOSURE OF AQUEOUS SULPHUR DIOXIDE BY SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY IN CAJANUS CAJAN AND AMARANTHUS PANICULATUS


B. Sujatha, B. Priyadarshini, Ch. Umamahesh, M.V.V.P. Kumar and J. Saraswathi

Abstract:
The effect of aqueous SO2 (0, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 100 and 250 ppm) on trichome and stomatal frequency of first and fourth week old plants of pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. cv. PDM1) and amaranth (Amaranthus paniculatus L.) were studied.


191-206
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  • ISOLATION, SCREENING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CELLULASE PRODUCING MICROORGANISMS AND ITS APPLICATION


G.Ruby Janet, T. S.Anitha, K. Rajendran and V. Karthikeyan

Abstract:
Isolation, screening and characterization of Cellulase Producing Microorganisms and its application were studied results were tabulated according to the assay of culluase producing and activity against microorganism.


207-238
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  • A NEW ELECTRON TRANSFER REAGENT: IRON(II) IN ACETIC ACID MEDIUM AND IN PRESENCE OF PYROPHOSPHATE - DETERMINATION OF CHROMIUM(VI) AND THE SPECIATION OF IRON(III) – PYROPHOSPHATE IN THE MEDIUM THROUGH A COMPUTER PROGRAM


K.Vijaya Raju, T.B.Patrudu , K.Raj Kumar and K.Gurumurthy

Abstract:
Iron(II) in acetic acid medium and in presence of pyrophosphate is proposed as a new electron transfer reagent or reducing agent for the selective determination of chromium(VI) in presence of several other metal ions .


239-255
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  • THE POSSIBILITY OF APPLYING THE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OF ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS IN EDUCATION STUDENTS IN SERBIA


Milica Bokonjic, Svetlana Curcic, Biljana M. Bojovic

Abstract:
Educational institutions, as well as public institutions, have a legal obligation of keeping and archiving various documents related to the educational process and for the functioning of the institutions.


256-265
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  • EVALUATION OF AUXILIARY LINKS AND ROUTES IN IRREGULAR MODIFIED ALPHA NETWORK


Amardeep Gupta

Abstract:
New Multistage Interconnection network named as irregular Modified Alpha Network(Modified ALN), which is a modified form of Alpha network has been introduced and evaluated in this paper.


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