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  • BEE POLLINATORS DECLINE: PERSPECTIVES FROM INDIA


Dr. Arati Pannure

Abstract:
One-third of the world’s crops require pollination to set seeds and fruits and the great majority of them are pollinated by bees. These pollinators also provide an important ecosystem service that is essential for sustaining wild floral biodiversity.


1-10
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  • SORPTION AND REUSE OF CALCINED LAYERED DOUBLE HYDROXIDE FOR REMOVAL OF TEXTILE DYE


Syahidah Ghazali, Wardah Tahir and Siti Mariam Sumari

Abstract:
Adsorption techniques by using layered double hydroxide have been proven to be successful in removal of colors in wastewater especially in textile industries. The uptake of Reactive Orange 16 from aqueous solution by calcined layered double hydroxide (CLDH) has been investigated.


11-29
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  • DIVERSITY OF MEGALOMORPHAE SPIDERS IN NALLAMALA FOREST, ANDHRA PRADESH, INDIA


Dr. H. Rama Subba Reddy

Abstract:
Nallamala forest is distributed in 3 districts of Andhra Pradesh state and 2 districts of Telangana state. i.e; Kurnool, Guntur, Prakasam, Nalgonda and Mahaboob Nagar. In this Districts Nallamal forest is distributed in 9388.05 square Kms.


30-38
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  • SUBLETHAL EXPOSURE OF CATFISH MYSTUS MONTANUS TO DETERGENT AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON BIOCHEMICAL CONTENT OF REPRODUCTIVE ORGANS


Chandanshive N. E.

Abstract:
The freshwater bodies are main source of drinking water and cheap protein in the form fish. However, these water bodies are become severely polluted due to domestic, industrial and agricultural discharge and detergents.


39-54
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  • RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STRIGA (Striga hermonthica L. Benth) AND MILLET (Pennisetum glaucum (L.) Br.) IN NORTHERN NIGERIA


Garba A. A. and Mohammed M.I.

Abstract:
Studies on the relationship between Striga and Millet revealed the impact of witch weed in reducing the performance of the crop. Characters like vigor score, plant height, days to 50% flowering, days to maturity, parnicle length, stand count, straw weight and 1000 seed weight all responded to the presence and severity of striga.


55-62
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  • A SURVEY ON DIFFERENT KINDS OF TERMITES IN AND AROUND GANDHIGRAM


B. Sivasankari

Abstract:
Out of 4,000 species (about 3,106 taxonomically known) are economically significant as pests that can cause serious structural damage to buildings, crops or plantation forests. The eastern termites can have colonies up to 5 millions.


63-71
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  • CERATOPHYLLUM DEMERSUM L. : NEW RECORD FROM NACHIKETA TAL OF UTTARKASHI, UTTARAKHAND INDIA


Arun K. Agrawal, J.L. Rawat and Madhur Agrawal

Abstract:
Ceratophyllum demersum L., belongs to family Ceratophyllaceae was reported by many authors (Babu, 1977; Gaur, 1999) from ponds and ditches of warmers parts of India but none of them reported from temperate wet land ecosystem.


72-73
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  • EFFECT OF MANUFACTURING VEHICLES ON GLIBENCLAMIDE LOADED ETHYL CELLULOSE MICROSPHERES


N. Priyanka, M. Sushma Priyanka, K. Susmita, M. Shyam Sunder, M. Srujana, A. Dinda

Abstract:
Glibenclamide loaded ethyl cellulose microspheres were prepared by solvent evaporation technique using in different manufacturing vehicles like F1 (liquid paraffin light), F2 (liquid paraffin heavy), F3 (palm oil) and F4 (mixture of light and heavy liquid paraffin) to find out the suitable choice of manufacturing vehicle.


74-82
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  • A STUDY ON LIFE CYCLE OF EARTHWORM EISENIA FOETIDA


B. Sivasankari

Abstract:
The Chinese epigeic earthworm Eisenia foetida is a surface feeding earthworm. In the present study the Eudrilus eugeniae were grown in cow dung and their life cycle were studied in different days of intervals like 15, 30,45 and 60 days.


83-93
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  • SUPEROVULATION AND EMBRYO TRANSFER IN CYCLIC LOCAL GOATS OF ASSAM


K.K. Bonia, N. Baishya and B.C. Deka

Abstract:
A total of 30 cycilic Assam Local goats were selected for superovulation, embryo collection and their subsequent transfer to recipients. The experimental goats were divided into five groups each comprising 6 animals and treated with the hormonal combinations of PMSG750IU+PGF2α5mg+HCG1000IU, PMSG750IU+PGF2α10mg+HCG1000IU, PMSG750IU +PGF2α 5mg+HCG750IU, MAP5mg+ PMSG750IU+PGF2α5mg+HCG1000IU and Allylestrenol5mg+ PMSG 750IU+ PGF2α5mg+HCG1000IU were administered in group I, II, III, IV and V respectively.


94-103
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  • YIELD RESPONSE OF FINGER MILLET (ELEUSINE CORACANA (L) GAERTN) TO TRANSPLANTING DATE, INTRA-ROW SPACING AND POULTRY MANURE IN BAUCHI, NIGERIA


Damar, W. K., Russom, Z., Garba, A. A., Ibrahim, S. A. & Haggai, P. T.

Abstract:
A field trial was conducted during 2009, 2010 and 2011 cropping seasons at the Teaching and Research farm of Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi (10o 171, 09 49E: 609m ASL) in the Northern Guinea Savannah of Nigeria to investigate the response of finger millet (Elensine caracana (L) Gaertn) to transplanting date, intra-row spacing and poultry manure.


104-114
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  • SPUTTERING POWER DEPENDENCE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF NANOCRYSTALLINE DC MAGNETRON SPUTTERED SnO2 THIN FILMS


T. Prathyusha, T. Srikanth, A. Sivasankar Reddy, K. Kartheek, P. Sreedhara Reddy, Ch. Seshendra Redd

Abstract:
Nanocrystalline tin oxide (SnO2) thin films were deposited on glass substrates by dc reactive magnetron sputtering technique under various sputtering powers from 20 W to 50 W. X-ray diffraction results showed that the films are polycrystalline nature with tetragonal structure of SnO2.


115-123
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  • INVESTIGATION OF ZINC DOPED BARIUM SULPHIDE NANOSTRUCTURES FOR PHOSPHER AND PHOTO-CATALYTIC APPLICATIONS


Dr. Karamjit Singh Dhaliwal & Harpreet Kaur

Abstract:
We have synthesized BaS:Zn nanocrystalline powder of average grain size 31 nm by solid-state diffusion method using sodium thiosulphate as a flux. The nanoparticles were characterized by UV-Vis, Photoluminous (PL), Photo-catalytic (PC), X-ray diffraction (XRD), Scanning electron microscopy (SEM), Electron diffraction spectroscopy (EDS), Transmisson electron microscopy (TEM) and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR).


124-134
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  • EVALUATION OF DIFFERENT SORGHUM VARIETIES FOR STRIGA RESISTANCE IN NORTHERN NIGERIA


GARBA, A. A.

Abstract:
Field evaluation of 147 local and exotic sorghum varieties in the northern Guinea Savanna of Nigeria revealed the presence of germplasm imparting resistance to striga parasitization.


135-150
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  • ASSESSMENT OF AGE FROM THE RIDGE DENSITY OF LATENT PALM PRINTS


Amit Chauhan

Abstract:
In addition of being highly utilized for identification and substantiation of suspects, latent prints (Finger & Palms) play a essential role and determination of age of an individual can be a crucial facet for intimate identification. Being inimitable by nature, perpetual and identifiable features of an individual, the possibility of identifying to the suspects from such latent prints which are confronted from scene of occurrence or even on documents is higher and conclusive.


151-158
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  • THERAPEUTIC MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC III DEGREE ENDOMETRITIS IN CROSSBRED COWS OF ASSAM


K. K. Bonia & J. Goswami

Abstract:
An investigation was carried out to find out a suitable treatment of III degree chronic endometritis in high yielding crossbred cows of Assam. A total of 70 postpartum high yielding crossbred repeat breeding cows clinically suffered from chronic endometritis (III degree) with muco-purulent discharged were selected for treatment and they were divided in to seven groups each comprising ten cows.


159-174
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  • PRODUCTIVITY AND QUALITY OF BT COTTON (GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM) AS INFLUENCED BY PLANT GEOMETRY AND FERTILIZER LEVELS


E. Aruna

Abstract:
A field experiment was conducted at Regional Agricultural Research Station, Nandyal, kurnool district, Andhra Pradesh during kharif seasons of 2008 to 2010 for three years on vertisols to find out optimum spacing and fertilizer level to Bt cotton (Gossypium hirsutum).


175-182
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  • NUTRIENT COMPOSITION OF FOOD WASTES AND ITS UTILIZATION STRATEGY AS LIVESTOCK FEED TO REDUCE ENVIRONMENT POLLUTION


Dr. C. Bandeswaran

Abstract:
The nutrient composition of food wastes from households, restaurants, bakeries, chocolate waste, maize extract, fruit wastes and ghee residues are good sources energy and poor source of protein and minerals.


183-187
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  • INFLUENCE OF ORGANIC AND INORGANIC NUTRIENTS AND METHOD OF APPLICATION ON CROP GROWTH AND YIELD IN OKRA-AMARANTH CROPPING SEQUENCE


Oroka, Frank Oke

Abstract:
In other to evaluate the effect of mineral fertilizer, organic and organomineral fertilizer application rate and method of application in okra-amaranth cropping sequence, a field experiment was conducted in March-.October 2013. Location of the experimental site was the Teaching and Research Farm of the Delta State University, Abraka (latitude 50 46’N and longitude 60 5’E), Nigeria.


188-198
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  • EFFECT OF PRANAYAMA ON PULMONARY FUNCTIONS IN YOUNG HEALTHY ADULTS


Dheeraj Jeph, Mamta Meena Suresh Kumar Meena

Abstract:
During recent years, a lot of research work has been done to show the beneficial effects of yoga as combined effect of Asanas, Pranayama and Meditation. The present study was undertaken to assess the effect of Pranayama excluding other yogic exercise on Pulmonary Functions.


199-207
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  • SOLAR COOKING – REDIFINED


Sarthak Kapoor, Allan Kumar, Vilas K Bhosle, Prashanth T

Abstract:
A solar cooker is a simple device that cooks food and boils water using only the light of the sun. The current work focusses on using a simple glass bowl placed at a suitable angle in a paraboloid and evaluation of the temperature parameters for cooking conditions.


208-214
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  • BACTERIOCIN DETECTION FROM SEEDS OF COLOCYNTHIS CITRULLUS AND EVALUATION OF ITS ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITIES


Olorunjuwon O. Bello, Samuel A. Bankole, and Olubukola O. Babalola

Abstract:
Bacteriocins are antibacterial proteins produced by bacteria that kill or inhibit the growth of other bacteria. Several bacteriocins have been characterized biochemically and genetically. However, isolating bacteriocin producers from African protein-rich food such as Colocynthis citrullus, characterizing their bacteriocins based on their structural characteristics, synergetic effects determination with their chemotherapeutic potentials are yet to be explored.


215-248
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  • INDUCED BREEDING OF INDIAN MAJOR CARPS IN FRP HATCHERY AT FARMER’S FIELD


Bikash Chandra Mohapatra, Sudeep Kumar Mahanta, Hrushikesha Sahu, Dukhia Majhi and Nagesh Kumar Bari

Abstract:
The portable hatchery technology has made significant impact directly through increased availability of seed and indirectly through transfer of a range of aquaculture technology around it. Based on the need assessment one of such hatchery was installed and operated at Puranapradhan Village of Balianta Block, Khordha District, Odisha, India.


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