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  • DAY CARE LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY - EVALUATION OF INFLUENCING FACTORS


Dr Ranbir Singh, Dr Hitesh Kamal, Dr Kuldip Singh, Dr Anuj Jindal

Abstract:
Laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC) is the most common minimal invasive surgery being performed the world over. However, its acceptance as day care surgery is still limited because of certain unsolved factors. The purpose of this study was to evaluate these influencing factors.


1-8
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  • SERUM SEROTONIN AND VITAMIN D LEVELSIN BOYS WITH CONDUCT DISORDER VERSUS NORMAL BEHAVIOR FROM BAQUBA CITY


Shatha Q. Jawad , Vean S.Alazawy

Abstract:
Serotonin and vitamin D concentrations in children and adolescent are involved in behavior and social relationship through their role in central nervous system, thus recent studies in the world indicated that the steroid hormones and neurotransmitters linked and regulate the behavior by acting on the function and physiology of many systems in the human body.


9-17
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  • HISTOENZYMIC STUDY OF THE SUPEROVULATED OVARIES OF ACYCLIC ASSAM LOCAL GOATS(CAPRA HIRCUS)


Bonia, K.K.

Abstract:
A study on histoenzymic activity superovulated ovaries of confirmed acyclic Assam Local goats of Assam treated with pregnant mare serum gonadotropin (PMSG), human chorionic gonadotropin(HCG) after priming with .6- -Methyl-17-Acetoxy progesterone (MAP) for 11 days. After confirmation of superovulation by laparotomy both right and left ovaries were collewcted, frozen and sectioned with cryostat microtome.


18-24
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  • EFFECT OF PROBIOTICS ON WATER QUALITY, SURVIVAL AND GROWTH OF CATLA CATLA, LABEO ROHITA AND CENOPHYRGDON IDELLA


K. Sunitha and P.V. Krishna

Abstract:
Aquaculture is the fastest-growing food-producing sector in the world and has exhibited continuous improving in total production throughout the recent decades. A carp polyculture experiment was carried out to evaluate the growth performance of major carp in semi-intensive fish culture.


25-38
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  • LANDSLIDE SUCEPTIBILITY ANALYSIS OF KOTHAMANGALAM-MUNNAR HIGHWAY USING GEOINFOEMATICS


Subin K. Jose, Mahesh Jayakumar, Vijod M

Abstract:
Landslides occur in a large variety of forms depending on the type and speed of movements, the material involved and the triggering mechanism. The research area comprises an area of 77 km road stretch Kothamangalam-Munnar highway (NH49) of Kerala and it was situated at in two districts Idukki and Ernakulam.


39-45
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  • LANDSLIDE SUCEPTIBILITY ANALYSIS OF KOTHAMANGALAM-MUNNAR HIGHWAY USING GEOINFOEMATICS


Subin K. Jose, Mahesh Jayakumar, Vijod M

Abstract:
Landslides occur in a large variety of forms depending on the type and speed of movements, the material involved and the triggering mechanism. The research area comprises an area of 77 km road stretch Kothamangalam-Munnar highway (NH49) of Kerala and it was situated at in two districts Idukki and Ernakulam.


39-45
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  • ANALYSIS OF NUTRITIONAL COMPOSITION AND ANTI-NUTRITIONAL FACTORS OF FRESH LEHSUA LEAVES (DIGERA ARVENSIS) AND ITS PRODUCTS DEVELOPMENT


Anisha Verma, Neeru Bala and Bhawna Srivastava

Abstract:
Digera arvensis is the most widely cultivated species of the genus Amaranth, which is the only genus in the family Amaranthaceae. English common names include: False amaranth, kanjaro, lehsua.


46-54
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  • GROWTH OF SPINY LOBSTER (Panulirus homarus) IN THE INTEGRATED MULTI TROPIC AQUACULTURE SYSTEM


Mita Ayu Liliyanti, Muhammad Ali & Faturrahman

Abstract:
The implementation of Integrated Multi Tropic Aquaculture (IMTA) has several advantages compared with cultivating monocultures. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the growth of lobster sand on IMTA system.


55-67
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  • SORPTION ISOTHERM STUDY OF GLUTEN FREE NOODLES PREPARED FROM BUCK WHEAT FLOUR, MAIZE FLOUR AND POTATO STARCH


Afshan , Anisa Anjum Malik, Md Raihan

Abstract:
Moisture sorption isotherms of gluten free noodles at temperature range 25°C-50°C were determined using the standard gravimetric static method. The experimental sorption curves were fitted by five equations: modified Henderson, modified smith, modified exponential, modified Oswin and GAB monolayer.


68-85
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  • A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE SYNTHETIC DYE EFFLUENT DEGRADATION POTENTIAL OF COMMERCIAL STRAIN PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA WITH WILD SPECIES OF PSEUDOMONAS


Sivasankari. B

Abstract:
In the present study, the samples were collected from the outlet of textile mill at chinnalapatti and the physio chemical parameters such as temperature, pH, hardness, calcium, sodium, potassium, total dissolved solids, total suspended solids, chloride, electrical conductivity, dissolved oxygen and biological oxygen demand were studied.


86-96
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  • A SURVEY ON DIFFERENT KINDS OF ANTS IN AND AROUND GANDHIGRAM


Sivasankari.B

Abstract:
Ants were observed by humans since the down of history, the behavior of ants has been documented and the subject of early writings and fables passed from one century to another. Those using scientific methods. Myrmecologists, study ants in the laboratory and in their natural conditions.


97-109
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  • EFFECT OF TRANSPLANTING DATE ON THE PHYSIOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE OF PUERARIA TUBEROSA (ROXB. EX. WILD) DC.


Anup Kalra, Amit Kumar Jain, Nagendra Mishra, Anurag Padhan and Mohan Ji Saxena

Abstract:
For optimization of better yield from a crop, transplanting at the appropriate time to fit the physiological growth period is critical. A study was carried out in a time period of July 2015 to June 2016 to determine the best planting spell for the Pueraria tuberosa (Rox. Ex. Wild) DC.


110-119
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  • “STUDY OF SOLUTE-SOLVENT INTERACTION OF O-BENZO QUINONE WITH AQUEOUS ORGANIC SOLVENT’’


Santosh Kumar, Reena Yadav, Dhiresh Kumar Pathak

Abstract:
Quinones- Any class of Aromatic yellow compounds including several that are biologically important as coenzymes or acceptors or vitamins; use in making dyes.


120-140
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  • MOLECULAR IDENTIFICATION OF SALMONELLA ENTERICA SEROVAR FROM HUMAN BLOOD BY POLEMERASE CHAIN REACTION


Shashi P. Jambhulkar, Arun B. Ingle

Abstract:
Salmonellosis is one of the major zoonotic diseases all over the world. The present study was carried out to report the prevalence of the genetic types of Salmonella obtained from patients blood who was suffering from food poisoning. Isolates were subjected to PCR using specific Salmonella primers by using PCR we identified the Salmonella strains named as Salmonellaenterica.


141-146
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  • ECONOMICS OF CLIMATE CHANGE PERCEPTION AND ADAPTATION AMONG CROP FARMERS IN OGUN STATE, NIGERIA


Olumba, Chukwudi Charles

Abstract:
Nigeria has been recognized as a country in Sub Saharan Africa which is very susceptible to climate change. It is possibly, the level of perception that determines the approaches to be engaged in abating the impacts of climate discrepancies.


147-162
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  • APPLICATION OF BRASSICA JUNCEA (INDIAN MUSTARD) FOR PHYTOREMEDIATION OF LEAD AND ZINC IN POLLUTED YAMUNA SOIL


Rajni Gupta, Gaurav Chugh, Rakesh Kumar, Reena Saxena

Abstract:
Yamuna is one of the most polluted rivers in the world due to high density population growth, rapid industrialization, especially around New Delhi, where 15 drains and numerous industries discharge waste water into the river which is held responsible for these toxic elements being discharged into the environment posing a great risk to ecological health and human wellbeing.


163-174
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  • APPLICATION OF BRASSICA JUNCEA (INDIAN MUSTARD) FOR PHYTOREMEDIATION OF LEAD AND ZINC IN POLLUTED YAMUNA SOIL


Rajni Gupta, Gaurav Chugh, Rakesh Kumar, Reena Saxena

Abstract:
Yamuna is one of the most polluted rivers in the world due to high density population growth, rapid industrialization, especially around New Delhi, where 15 drains and numerous industries discharge waste water into the river which is held responsible for these toxic elements being discharged into the environment posing a great risk to ecological health and human wellbeing.


163-174
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  • TECHNIQUE ADOPTED TO RESCUE AND REHABILITATE GANGES RIVER DOLPHIN, PLATANISTA GANGETICA GANGETICA (ROXBURG, 1801) FROM DONK RIVER AT KISHANGANJ DISTRICT OF BIHAR, INDIA


Apurba Sen, Debashis Das and Asitava Chatterjee

Abstract:
In an attempt to rescue & rehabilitate two accidentally trapped Ganges River Dolphin (Platanista gangetica) from a patch of shallow water pool of river ‘Donk’ at Baldihati village of Kishanganj district of Bihar, India, the authority of Forest department of Araria Division of Bihar and Raiganj Division of West Bengal adopted indigenous technique.


175-185
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  • SEED GERMINATION OF IMPORTANT MEDICINAL PLANT TEPROSIA PURPUREA (LINN), PERS


Dr. Vikas Bandu Naikawadi

Abstract:
T. purpurea (Linn.) pers is one of the important wild plant in Ayurvedic system of medicine which have been on number of liver diseases like viral hepatitis or jaundice in children, diseases of spleen, heart, asthma and healing wounds.


186-207
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  • RELATIVE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF SOME MUSHROOM STRAINS TO APHELENCHOIDES SWARUPI AND NEMATODE REPRODUCTION ON THEM


Madhuri and R.S.Kanwar

Abstract:
Ten strains of Agaricus bisporus viz., ABL2, ABL3, ABL4, ABL5, ABL6, B10, B13, DMR3, DMR7 and U3, and two strains of Pleurotus eous (A1 and A6) were evaluated against A. swarupi. Nematode multiplied on all the strains of A. bisporus and caused mycelial damage to them.


208-219
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  • MICROPROPAGATION OF DENDROBIUM QUEEN SONIA FROM LEAF EXPLANTS


Jayarama Reddy

Abstract:
Growing orchids is more than just a hobby; it is an international business covering around 8% of the world floriculture trade and has the potential to alter the economic landscape of orchid growing nations.


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