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  • A SURVEY ON INFERTILITY IN TIRUCHIRAPPALLI, TAMILNADU, INDIA


N.Renuga and R.Sudha

Abstract:
Problems in reproductive system are the biggest trouble and it affects both unmarried and married women. The present study includes the data of 219 women who attended the gynecologic center was collected from December 2015 to February 2016 in Tiruchirappalli.


1-12
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  • BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF BLAST DISEASE (MAGNAPORTHE GRISEA) ON MINOR MILLETS USING POTENTIAL ANTAGONISTIC BACTERIA PREVALING IN SELECTED AREAS OF MADURAI DISTRICT


G .Pal Pandi, K. Rajendran and V. Karthikeyan

Abstract:
Magnaporthe grisea an Ascomycetes fungi causes Blast disease affects mostly on rice, wheat, rye, barley and minor millets and causes crop damage up to 65% every year.


13-34
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  • REAL-TIME RT-PCR ASSAY OF GENE FUMONISIN FUM5 RESPONSIBLE FOR MYCOTOXIN PRODUCTION ON RICE


V. Karthikeyan and K. Rajendran

Abstract:
Fumonisins are a group of mycotoxins produced by Fusarium species of the Gibberella fujikuroi species complex that contaminate food and feed products, and represent a risk for human and animal health.


35-45
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  • METABOLIC DISORDER IN VIRUS INFECTED LEGUMES: A LITERARY REPORT


Shachee Rao, BD Singh and Anil K Dwivedi

Abstract:
Infection of Virus is a common reporting in the leguminous crop plants, particularly in the tropics. Scattered researches have been done in the direction of virus infected crop plants, particularly in the legumes.


46-60
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  • NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF WOMEN STUDENTS


D. Sarada and V. Bindu

Abstract:
The young women who are on the threshold of marriage and motherhood should have sound food habits and consume adequate diets to be healthy. The out come of Pregnancy depends on the nutritional status of mothers prior to Pregnancy.


61-72
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  • HISTOPATHOLOGICAL EFFECT OF DICHLORVOS ON INTESTINE OF MAJOR CARP LABEO ROHITA (HAMILTON)


Dr. Bilal Ahmad Bhat, Dr. Imtiyaz Ahmad Bhat

Abstract:
The present study is aimed to assess the histological damage caused to the fish Labeo rohita exposed acute (4 days) and chronic (30 days) sub lethal concentration of 1/10 and 1/15 of 96hrs LC50. In a short term (96 hr) study Labeo rohita were exposed to (1/10th and 1/15th) 1.671ppm and 1.114ppm of 96hr LC50 for 4 days of dichlorvos.


73-82
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  • SYNTHESIS AND BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF NOVEL SCHIFF BASE DERIVATIVES


Chandrakant Patel and C.P.Bhasin

Abstract:
A series of novel Schiff base derivatives N-[[2-Chloro-7-(trifluromethyl)quinoline-3-yl}methylene]aryl amine were synthesized and evaluated for their antibacterial and antifungal activity. The structures of the synthesized compounds were determined by IR, NMR, Mass Spectroscopy and elemental analysis.


83-89
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  • STUDY OF RADIUM CONTENT AND RADON EXHALATION RATES FROM SOME SOIL SAMPLES BY USING SSNTD


Dr. H. K. Sarma

Abstract:
Radon and its daughter products are the major sources of radiation exposure and recognized as one of the health hazards for mankind. Radon exhalation rate from soil is one of the most important factors for evaluation of the environmental radon level.


90-100
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  • SYNTHESIS, SPECTRAL PROPERTIES AND DYEING PERFORMANCE OF ACID AZO DYES BASED ON 2-AMINO 4-(4’-CHLOROPHENYL)1, 3-THIAZOLE


Malik G. M., Patel Sejal S, Tailor J.H., Patel P.C.

Abstract:
2-amino-4-(4’-chlorophenyl)1,3-thiazole was coupled with diazotized different primary aniline which yielded mono azo dye. This monoazo dye was further diazotized and coupled with various substituted naphthalene based acid component to give corresponding bisazo acid dyes (D1-D10).


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  • STUDIES ON THE CONCOMITANT INFECTIONS OF MALARIA, HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS AND HEPATITIS B VIRUS AMONG STUDENTS IN ENUGU WEST


Kama Ugochukwu H., Ekeleme Uzochukwu G., Ndimele Eugene C., Otutu Elijah A., Ajunwa Kelechi V., Anya

Abstract:
In the developing countries, concomitant infections are the rule rather than the exception, and the complete clinical picture involves several microorganisms that influence each other as well as the host.


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  • EFFECT OF LOOSELY BONDED INTERFACE ON WAVE PROPAGATION BETWEEN TWO HALF SPACE


M.S. Barak, Vinod Kaliraman

Abstract:
In this paper, solution of the governing equations of micropolar elastic solid and fluid saturated incompressible porous solid is employed to study the reflection and transmission phenomenon at a loosely bonded interface between micropolar elastic solid half space and fluid saturated porous half space.


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