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  • COMPARISON OF BODY COMPOSITION AMONG FEMALE ATHLETES OF DIFFERENT INTENSITY RUNNING EVENTS


Haileyesus Gedefaw & Dr. R. C. Reddy

Abstract:
Past researches have focused mostly on comparing body composition of athletes and none athletes; athletes from different types of sport, and performance effects of body composition. Very few studies have compared whether athletes differ in their body composition in relatively related sport disciplines, but mostly those were conducted on male athletes.


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  • COMPETITIVE ANXIETY LEVEL OF ETHIOPIAN FEMALE FOOTBALL PLAYERS AND ITS IMPACT ON THEIR PERFORMANCE


Seid Suleiman & Dr. R. V. L. N. Ratnakara Rao

Abstract:
The aim of the study was to examine and describe the competitive anxiety level of Ethiopian female football players and its impact on their performance. Total 112 female players acted as subjects in this study (12 goalkeepers, 36 defenders, 39 midfielders and 25 attackers) of age ranged from 17 to 25, from Ethiopian premier league clubs.


9-16
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  • COMPETITIVE ANXIETY LEVEL OF ETHIOPIAN FEMALE FOOTBALL PLAYERS AND ITS IMPACT ON THEIR PERFORMANCE


Seid Suleiman & Dr. R. V. L. N. Ratnakara Rao

Abstract:
The aim of the study was to examine and describe the competitive anxiety level of Ethiopian female football players and its impact on their performance. Total 112 female players acted as subjects in this study (12 goalkeepers, 36 defenders, 39 midfielders and 25 attackers) of age ranged from 17 to 25, from Ethiopian premier league clubs.


9-16
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  • NUTRIENT PRODUCTION OF FORAGE PLANT AND HABITAT CARRYING CAPACITY BALI BARAT NATIONAL PARK FOR TIMOR DEER (Cervus timorensis Blainville)


I Ketut Ginantra and Martin Joni

Abstract:
This study was conducted to determine the production of nutrients and habitat carrying capacity for Timor deer (Cervus timorensis) in the Bali Barat National Park (BBNP) throughout the year.


17-34
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  • UTILIZATION OF KAIPHAL (MYRICA ESCULENTUM) FRUIT INTO VALUE ADDED PRODUCTS AND THEIR STORAGE STABILITY


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 kaiphal fruit and to develop functional food products from highly nutritious indigenous fruit fig (Ficus palmate) of Himachal Pradesh.


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  • EFFECT OF BIO-EFFICACY AND PHYTOTOXICITY OF FENOXAPROP-P-ETHYL (WHIP SUPER) GROUNDNUT (Arachis hypogaea L.)


S. Deivasigamani

Abstract:
A field experiment were conducted during kharif seasons of 2012-2013 at Annamalai University, Tamilnadu, India, to study the effect of bio efficacy and phytotoxicity of different herbicides sprayed for grasses and broad leaf weed control in groundnut.


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  • SYNTHESIS AND IDENTIFICATION OF NSO SCHIFF BASE AND ITS THREE METAL COMPLEXES


Hamsa Thamer Sadeq and Eman Turky Shamkhy

Abstract:
Novel Schiff base was synthesized form benzyl hydrazinecarbodithioate with 5-fluoro-1H-indole-2,3-dione. The new ligand benzyl (2E)-2-(5-fluoro-2-oxo-1,2-dihydro-3H-indol-3-ylidene)hydrazinecarbodithioate (EFDHC (LC)) was characterized by various physico-chemical techniques.


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  • HISTOPATHOLOGICAL CHANGES IN THE LIVER OF FRESHWATER FISH, LABEO ROHITA (HAMILTON) AFTER THE EXPOSURE OF BIOPESTICIDE NEEMPLEX


Dr. Imtiyaz Ahmad Bhat & Dr. Bilal Ahmad Bhat

Abstract:
The liver of test fish, Labeo rohita was histopathologically examined after acute exposure (4 days) and chronic exposure (30 days) of two sublethal concentrations (1/15th and 1/10th of LC50 values) of Neemplex.


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  • POSSIBLE BARRIERS TOWARDS SEEKING DENTAL TREATMENT FOR THE INDIAN ELDERS: A QUESTIONNAIRE STUDY


Gouri V Anehosur, Namita Singh, Dr. Ramesh K Nadiger

Abstract:
This is a study to determine the possible barriers towards seeking dental treatment for the Indian elders and get an insight into the attitude of the elders towards their dental health problem.


72-82
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  • CHEMOSYSTEMATICS OF TEN IPOMOEA JACQ. SPECIES


Vinaya A. Rane, Behnaz B. Patel, Vinayak Naik and Bomi P J Patel

Abstract:
The interest for pharmaceutical products in plants is channelled into the discovery of new biologically-active molecules by the pharmaceutical industry and into the adoption of crude extracts of plants for medication by the general public.


83-95
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  • ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF CARICA PAPAYA, COLEUS AMBOINICUS AGAINST SELECTED BACTERIA AND FUNGI


C. Tamil Selvi, T. S. Anitha, K. Rajendran, V. Ragupathi, S. Kumaresan & V. Karthikeyan

Abstract:
The potentiality of antifungal activity of natural plant extracts that are eco-friendly, economical and available in bulk to the farmers with easy preparation protocols. Our present work on Antimicrobial activity of Carica Papaya, Coleus Amboinicus Against Selected Bacteria and fungi.


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  • CYTOTOXIC EFFECT OF LEAF EXTRACTS OF IPOMOEA JACQ. SPECIES ON ALLIUM CEPA ROOT TIP CELLS


Vinaya A. Rane, Behnaz B. Patel

Abstract:
The ancient systems of medicine such as Ayurveda, Unani and Sidha recommend plants or their extracts to either prevent or combat with the disease. However some may possess Cytotoxic, mutagenic effects.


118-135
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  • ECONOMIC VIABILITY OF CITRONELLA (CYMBOPOGON WINTERIANUS) BASED INTER- CROPPING SYSTEM IN CENTRAL PLAIN ZONE OF UTTER PRADESH


A.K. Srivatava , Vishram Singh , V. K. Verma, , Sanjai Chaudhary,Ram Pyare B.K. Verma G.S.Parihar

Abstract:
A field experiment was conducted during 2010-11 and 2011-12 at S.I.F.(main campus) Department. of Agronomy, , C.S. Azad Univ. Of Agriculture & Technology, Kanpur U.P with on object to find out most economical row combination of Citronella based inter- cropping system.


136-150
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  • PALYNOLOGICAL ALTERATIONS INDUCED BY ACUTE GAMMA RADIATION


Jacinta Teresa George, Behnaz Bomi Patel, P. Venu-Babu, R. K. Singhal and Susan Eapen

Abstract:
It has been well documented that ionizing radiation can induce severe genetic aberrations and alter metabolic functioning in plants, especially pollen production and viability, thereby posing a threat to the plant’s fertility and productivity.


151-171
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  • EFFECT OF NEEM TREES RAISED IN BUNDS ON THE BIOMASS YIELD AND NUTRIENT COMPOSITION OF SORGHUM FODDER IN AGRISILVI SYSTEM


C. Bandeswaran

Abstract:
The mean fresh sorghum fodder biomass yield was 0.94, 1.16 and 1.646 kg/m2, respectively at the distance of 2, 4 and 6 m away from the neem tree bole. The yield was 2.104kg/m2, under direct sunlight.


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  • COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE AND PROFITABILITY OF ORANGE-SPOTTED SPINE FOOT SIGANID (SIGANUS GUTTATUS BLOCH, 1787) AND VERMICULATED SPINE FOOT SIGANID (S. VERMICULATUS VALENCIENNCES, 1835) PRODUCTION IN BRACKISH WATER PONDS


Dr. Elizabeth B. Urmaza, Ana Bella G. Jacaban

Abstract:
The aquaculture potential of another siganid species ( Siganus vermiculatus) was compared with the high value traditionally farmed species (S. guttatus) in this study. The growth, survival, feed conversion ratio and yield were determined during the first study phase.


177-190
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  • MORPHOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS OF BEES APIS MELLIFERA ADANSONII IN BENIN


Aude KELOMEY, Armand A. PARAÏSO, Valère K. SALAKO, Waliou ABIOLA, Romain GLELE KAKAÏ, Lamine BABA

Abstract:
The precise determination of the different races of honeybees and their hybrids is essential in a modern breeding program. Unlike the European races whose characteristics and geographical distribution are known with precision, the morphometry of the honeybee races of Africa is hardly outlined.


191-213
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  • STUDY OF ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF ZnO NPS SYNTHESIZED BY ASPERGILLUS FUMIGATUS FUNGUS TEMPLATE ON GRAM – NEGATIVE BACTERIA (E.COLI)


Savita Kukreti & Anjali Oudhia

Abstract:
This paper presents a facile, completely green chemical, non toxic and cost- effective route for the synthesis of ZnO NPs developed by using fungus (Aspergillus fumigatus) as template, to study their Antibacterial Activity.


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