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  • TECHNICAL ASPECTS, DESIGN AND OPERATION OF SCOOP NET OF RATNAGIRI, MAHARASHTRA


Miss. Mayuri U. Dongare, Dr. Ashish S. Mohite

Abstract:
The present study encompasses the traditional fishing method of Scoop net practiced in Ratnagiri, Maharashtra. Scoop net locally known as Ind or Indi, was a semicircular bag like net operated in 4 to 5 ft depth of water to catch bivalves. Blue or green coloured PE multifilament twine of 210D×2×3 was used to fabricate the main webbing and its mesh size ranged from 20 to 30 mm.


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  • ALLELOPATHIC IMPACT OF SELECTED WEEDS ON THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF ORYZA SATIVA L.


Mary Nisha M.X., Liza Jacob

Abstract:
Rice (Oryza sativa L.) grown under upland condition especially in North- Eastern region is heavily infested with weeds. During the field preparation or in standing crop condition, weeds are destroyed mechanically or chemically and left in the field itself. Due to heavy rainfall the soluble allelochemicals leach out which come into direct contact with crop roots and interfere with the growth of the crop.


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  • ALLELOPATHIC IMPACT OF SELECTED WEEDS ON THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF ORYZA SATIVA L.


Mary Nisha M.X., Liza Jacob

Abstract:
Rice (Oryza sativa L.) grown under upland condition especially in North- Eastern region is heavily infested with weeds. During the field preparation or in standing crop condition, weeds are destroyed mechanically or chemically and left in the field itself. Due to heavy rainfall the soluble allelochemicals leach out which come into direct contact with crop roots and interfere with the growth of the crop.


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  • SHELF LIFE STUDY OF BANGUS (MILKFISH) BONE POWDER


Aurora P. Afalla

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This study determined the shelf-life of bangus bone powder packed in glass jar and polyethylene bag stored for 50 days in ambient temperature. Specifically, it describe the quality attributes of bangus bone powder such as color, odor, texture, aftertaste and graininess, determine the fat, moisture and microbial load content, determine the relationship between microbial load and quality attributes.


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  • MONITORING OF GROUND WATER QUALITY IN KONDALAMPATTY CITY, SALEM DISTRICT, TAMILNADU STATE, INDIA


Manosathiyadevan M and Suryaprakasam V

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Monitoring the groundwater quality is very important to preserve and protect the natural ecosystem. Groundwater quality plays an important role in groundwater protection and quality conservation. The aim of the present study was carried out to monitoring the status of the groundwater quality of the 10 selected sites in kondalampatty city, Salem District, Tamilnadu, India.


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  • IN VITRO ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF IRON OXIDE NANOPARTICLES AGAINST ESCHERICHIA COLI ISOLATED FROM UTI


Basima Khalid Abed :Sawsan Hassan Authman and Khadim Hashim Yassin

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In this study , the suitability of commercial dry–powder iron oxide nanoparticles against Escherichia coli isolated from patients with urinary tract infection was evaluated . Antibacterial activity of iron oxide nanoparticles were investigated on E.coli by Qualitative and Quantitative screening methods


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  • AN ASSESSMENT OF THE AFFORDABILITY OF KWANKWASIYYA HOUSING UNITS IN KANO METROPOLIS


Ado Mukhtar Bichi and Mahmoud Mannir

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In the countries of the global south, contemporary cities are characterised by increasing rates of urbanisation and urban related problems due to increasing demand for urban infrastructure. The challenges to meet the demands for social services, transportation facilities, housing and other urban infrastructure are enormous.


68-96
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  • EFFECT OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS ON GROWTH AND YIELD ATTRIBUTES OF CUCUMBER (Cucumis sativus L.)


Merentoshi

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A field experiment was conducted at Main Agricultural Research Station, University Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad, during rabi, 2009, to study the effect of plant growth regulators on total dry weight, leaf area, crop growth rate and fruit yield in cucumber cv.


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  • MARINE ENGINES OF FRP TRAWLERS OF RATNAGIRI, MAHARASHTRA (INDIA)


Shri. Sushas Bhandkoli, Dr. Ashish S. Mohite, Dr. Rahul Sadawarte, Shri. Makarand Sharangdhar, Shri.

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Two FRP trawlers have been recently made operational from Mirkarwada Fishing Harbour of Ratnagiri, Maharashtra. Both the FRP trawlers were fitted with Ashok Leyland make AL-370 model diesel engine having horse power below 100 hp for 40 footer trawler and 106 hp engine for 50 footer trawler. The fuel consumption of the FRP trawlers ranged from 12-16 liters / hour.


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  • PERFORMANCE OF BT COTTON HYBRIDS FOR YIELD AND FIBRE QUALITY CHARACTERS UNDER RAINFED SITUATION


Y. Satish, K. V. Siva Reddy and V. Chenga Reddy

Abstract:
Most of the Bt cotton hybrids, except inter-specific hybrids, belong to medium and long staple category. In India, Bt hybrids developed by different companies were approved by the GEAC for commercial cultivation. These hybrids are to be tested specifically for their performance in a given location for their adoption.


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  • SIMULATION OF NOVEL MAGNETIC TUNNEL JUNCTION FOR READ-WRITE PERFORMANCE IN IN-PLANE ANISOTROPY


Krishna Jibon Mondal, Sanjay Tiwari

Abstract:
This Paper gives an investigation into simulation of novel magnetic tunnel junction for read write performance in in-plane anisotropy. Magnetic Tunnel Junction known as MTJ which is due to rise in spintronic result in becoming a novel memory. The occurrence geometry of the device for IPA devices is due to magneto crystalline effects.


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  • SCREENING OF FUNGICIDES AND HERBICIDES AGAINST SCLEROTIUM ROLFSII, STEM ROT OF GROUNDNUT UNDER IN VITRO CONDITIONS


V. Madhuri and Dr G.Karuna Sagar

Abstract:
The effect of herbicides and fungicides was tested by poisoned food technique against soil borne pathogen Sclerotium rolfsii under in vitro conditions. Out of eight fungicides and four herbicides tested, all the fungicides and one herbicide tested showed hundred per cent inhibition of the pathogen except carbendazim, pendimethalin, imazethapyr and oxyflourfen were found highly effective in inhibiting the growth of S. rolfsii.


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  • EVALUATION OF FLUBENDIAMIDE 20 % WG (TAKUMI 20 % WG) AGAINST LEGUME POD BORER, MARUCA VITRATA (FABRICIUS) IN BLACKGRAM UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS


M. S. MahaLakshmi, M. Sreekanth, M. Adinarayana, Y. Koteswara Rao

Abstract:
A field experiment was conducted for two consecutive seasons to evaluate the efficacy of flubendiamide 20 % WG (Takumi 20 % WG) against pod borers at Regional Agricultural Research Station, Lam, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India. Among the two doses evaluated, flubendiamide 20 % WG @ 60 g a.i./ha was proved better in curtailing both leaf eating caterpillar, Spodoptera litura and spotted pod borer, Maruca vitrata both in terms of larval population and pod damage coupled with higher seed yield. Further, It was found safer against natural enemies such as coccinellids too.


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  • TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND DESIGN ASPECTS OF SPOTTED CROAKER (GHOL FISH) GILL NETS OPERATED OFF SATPATI, MAHARASHTRA


Shri. Shreyas S. Khatavkar, Dr. Ashish S. Mohite, Shri. Ajay S. Desai

Abstract:
Gill net is one of the popular fishing methods along the west coast of India. However, there are regional variation in the design, construction and operation. The present study deals with design, technical specification and operation of Ghol fish gill nets (Protonibea dicanthus) operated off Satpati, Maharashtra. Spotted croaker (Ghol fish) set gill nets were made up of Polyamide (PA) multifilament of diameter 210x12x3 to 210x15x3 mm.


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  • ANALYSIS OF GROUND WATER OF CANACONA TALUKA OF GOA, INDIA


Roopa S Belurkar and Mallikarjun S Yadawe

Abstract:
The structure and properties of water are integral to the existence and evolution of life on any number of levels. Physico-chemical status was examined to determine quality of drinking water at Canacona taluka of Goa, India. The parameters studied includes pH, total hardness, calcium, magnesium, nitrate, dissolved oxygen, biological oxygen demand and chlorides.


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  • EFFECT OF ARSENIC (AS) TOXICITY ON THE PHYSIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF GROUNDNUT (ARACHISHYPOGAEAL.)


T. Ravi Mycin

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Arsenic (As) contamination in environment, from both anthropogenic and natural sources occurs is a global problem. (As) is a metalloid having properties of both metals and non-metals, and can undergo different ranges of chemical interactions in plants. The present investigation was conducted to study the different treatment of Arsenic (As) on pigment content, biochemical parameters and enzymes activity of groundnut (Arachishypogaea L.).


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  • GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC STUDIES OF FENPROPATHRIN ON CHILLI


Sushil, Reena Chauhan, Sushma Bisht and Beena Kumari

Abstract:
Persistence behaviour of fenpropathrin in chilli and soil under crop in field conditions were studied by applying fenpropathrin formulation (Danitol10 EC) @ 375 (T1) and 750 (T2) g a.i ha-1 at fifty percent fruiting stage. Samples of chilli and soil were collected periodically on 0 (1 h after spray), 1, 3, 5, 7, 15 and 30 days after applications. Residues of fenpropathrin were estimated by GC-ECD system equipped with capillary column.


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  • SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY COMMUNITY- BASED FARM ON GRACILARIA PRODUCTION IN LA UNION (PHILIPPINES)


Jinnie R. Mamhot, Victoria N. Malaya, Alfredo L. Quesada Jr.

Abstract:
This paper presents the outcomes of farming Gracilaria (Rhodophyta) using the net module as improved culture technology adopted by coastal communities of Rosario, La Union thru the Science and Technology Community Based Farm. Generally, the objective of the project is to upscale the application of S&T intervention in Gracilaria farming through community-based approach.


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  • IN VITRO ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF CROTON MACROSTACHYUS FOR SKIN AND WOUND INFECTION


Getachew Fetahi Gobaw

Abstract:
The aim of this study was to investigate the in vitro antimicrobial activity, to determine the minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) of the antimicrobial activity of the agent against some aerobic and anaerobic bacteria that usually found in skin and wound infections and identify the chemical composition of the extracts of Croton macrostachyus leaves.


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  • MUTUAL EFFECT OF CHITOSAN DERIVATIVES AND SOME MICROBES ON THE MICROBIAL ACTIVITY


Magdy Y. Abdelaal,Amany H. Aboellil ,Tariq R. Sobahi and Hossa F. Al-Shareef

Abstract:
Blends of chitosan with different organic compounds such as carbohydrates and water-soluble chitosan derivative with glycidyltrimethylammonium chloride have been prepared. The obtained products have been cross linked with glutaraldehyde. Chitosan has been also treated with petroleum ether.


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  • PRELIMINARY RESULTS ON MACRO-INVERTEBTRATES STUDIES OF STO, TOMAS COVE, LA UNION, PHILIPPINES


Jinnie Robles Mamhot

Abstract:
Macro-invertebrates usually inhabit coastal areas. Being numerous in the shallow zones, they provide readily available food source. Mostly immobile or slow moving, they are exposed to high fishing pressure.


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  • PERFORMANCE OF ORGANICALLY GROWN BITTER GOURD, MOMORDICA CHARANTIA


Gaudelia C. Villanueva and Beatriz R. Ballesil

Abstract:
Growth and yield of bitter gourd, Momordica charantia applied with vermicast fertilizer was evaluated at two application rates: 100g vermicast per hill and 300g vermicast per hill. Profitability of ampalaya production was also compared in a one hectare farm using vermicast including the use of inorganic fertilizer.


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