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  • MINERAL RESOURCES OF INDIA - THE WAY FORWARD OF TELANGANA STATE


Samala Ramesh, Prof. K. David

Abstract:
India is one of the world's most naturally endowed lands. India is home to numerous minerals which benefit the country economically. The minerals produced in India constitute one-quarter of the world's most popular mineral resources.


1-18
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  • ASSESSMENT OF BORE-WELL DRINKING WATER OF DIFFERENT LOCATIONS IN DHROL-JODIA REGION: A WATER QUALITY INDEX


B. M. Bheshdadia

Abstract:
Physico-chemical analysis such as temperature, salinity, alkalinity, total hardness, phosphate, sulphate, nitrate, pH, electrical conductivity, T.D.S., turbidity, dissolved oxygen, fluoride, chloride of bore-well drinking water was carried out from twenty five sampling stations of Dhrol-Jodia region during May-2015 (before monsoon) and October-2015 (after monsoon) in order to assess water quality index. temperature, salinity, pH, electrical conductivity, T.D.S., turbidity, dissolved oxygen value were estimated by water analysis kit and alkalinity, total hardness, phosphate, sulphate, nitrate, fluoride, chloride were estimated by volumetrically.


19-27
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  • SALINITY TOLERANCE TESTS ON SELECTED ESTUARINE COPEPOD SPECIES TO UNDERSTAND THE EFFECT OF DILUTION AND THEIR RESPONSE TO CHANGING ENVIRONMENT


Abhishek Mukherjee, Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Sayoni Dutta, Subhajit Das and Tarun Kumar De

Abstract:
A study was performed to understand the effect of dilution, salinity tolerance and survivability of some selected estuarine copepod species predominant in the lower stretches of the Hooghly estuary at different salinity gradients with respect to time. Acartia erythraea Giesbrecht, Paracalanus indicus Wolfenden, Oithona brevicornis Giesbrecht, Microsetella rosea Dana and Microsetella norvegica Boeck were chosen for the experimental trials.


28-43
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  • PHYSIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF ADVERSE EFFECTS OF CITY GARBAGE AND MUNICIPALWASTES ON SKIN AND MUSCLE OFA HILL STREAM FISH OF NORTH EAST INDIA


Dr.Eva M.Pala, Dr. Sudip Dey

Abstract:
The hill stream Umkhrah, located in Shillong, the capital city of the state of Meghalaya in the North East India is being contaminated by city garbage and municipal wastes for the last few years. Water quality analysis of the contaminated hill stream revealed remarkably low level of dissolved oxygen, very low to high range of free carbon –di- oxide, fluctuation in pH and high level of total suspended solids (TSS).


44-66
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  • SYNERGISTIC EFFECT OF ANTIBIOTICS AND AMINO ACIDS ON HELICOBACTER PYLORI UREASE ENZYME PRODUCTION


Nadia A. Al-Nami, Dr. Sawsan H. Authman and Dr. Hayder S. Al-kawaz

Abstract:
This review is an attempt to select the optimal treatment strategies for Helicobacter pylori isolates resistant to many antibiotics, and because there are only few studies on these bacteria in Iraq, so the present study was designed to inhibition H. pyloriUrease enzyme production that consider the most important virulent factor in this bacterium by using the synergistic effect of the antibiotics and amino. Ten H. pylori isolates were isolated out of 110 tissue gastric biopsies specimens wereexsion from patient's stomachthat suffering from Gastroduodenal problems.


67-91
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  • EFFICACY OF UNANI (GREEK) THERAPIES INCLUDING LEECH THERAPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF NON-HEALING ULCERS- CASE REPORT


Zamir Ahmad, Hamid Ali and Mohd Anwar Siddiqui

Abstract:
A patient, aged 54 years came to our OPD with the two non healing ulcers of about 5x5 centimetres size on medial aspect of right lower leg since 2 years. He was taking various treatments but to vain.


92-98
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  • STUDIES ON HISTOPATHOLOGICAL EFFECT OF CHLOROPYRIFOS ON THE MIDGUT OF AMERICAN COCKROACH, PERIPLANETA AMERICANA (LINN.) (DICTYOPTERA: BLATTIDAE)


SunandaMajumdar, Mohammad Amir*, Shagufta Yasmeen and Ritika Gupta

Abstract:
Periplaneta americana is ancient and highly successful form of free living insect that are found mainly in tropical regions of the world. Cockroaches are considered as medically important insects as they have been shown to harbor pathogenic bacteria, serve as immediate host for pathogenic helminthes, viruses, protozoa and fungi affecting man and various other vertebrates and mechanically transmit disease producing organisms.


99-106
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  • X-RAY SWITCHING STUDIES ON CADMIUM IODIDE POLYMER COMPOSITES


Meena Kumari, Abhijit Nayak, Kulvinder Singh

Abstract:
Composites of cadmium iodide were prepared using polymers Poly-methyl-methacrylate,Poly-carbonate, Poly-Styrene and Silicon Rubber with 50% by weight as matrix materials. Sheets of these composites were subjected to X-ray switching studies.


107-112
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  • GLUT CLASSIFICATION (SLC2A, SLC5A)


Ana María Sánchez Peralta

Abstract:
Because SLC2A (Soluto Carrier 2 A) and SLC5A (SolutoCarrier 5 A) transporters are being studied without a normalized criteria before, this work make a grouping of all them and their nomenclatures used. They are known as SGLT (Sodium/Glucose Transporter) and GLUT (Glucose Transporter).


113-117
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  • SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF AGRO WASTE NON-WOOD PAPER MODIFIED WITH ANTIMICROBIAL, PHOTOCATALYTIC MATERIALS FOR FOOD PACKAGING AND OTHER APPLICATIONS


Akshay Bisht, Dr. P Murli Krishna

Abstract:
Maize or corn produced annually than any other grain crop having 785 million tons production worldwide. Maize is widely used in fodder, chemicals, Bio-fuel and biomass, etc.


118-137
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  • TOXICOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENT ON THE CHANGES IN WHOLE BODY OXYGEN UPTAKE OF A FRESH WATER FISH, OREOCHROMIS


Mossambicus, Peters. Lingaraj Patro

Abstract:
Environmental pollution is mostly due to three interrelated phenomena - the growth of population, the growth of technology and increasing urbanization. One must continue to anticipate increasing density of urban population with all the problems of air, water pollution and waste disposal.


138-152
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  • VULNERABILTY OF ARABLE CROP FARMERS TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN OGUN STATE, NIGERIA.


Olumba, Chukwudi Charles

Abstract:
Climate change is perhaps the most serious environmental threat facing mankind worldwide. This study examined the vulnerability level of arable crop farmers in Ogun State, Nigeria.


153-164
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  • NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF TRIBAL BOYS (10-13 YEARS) OF ANDHRA PRADESHTRIBAL WELFARE RESIDENTIAL (APTWR) SCHOOLS


Sarada. D and Kanaka Durga.Y

Abstract:
Tribal communities are isolated from general population and are socially, economically disadvantaged. In view of their habits and dietary habits, they often distinguish themselves from other population groups.


165-177
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  • EFFECTS OF VARIOUS TRADITIONAL PROCESSING METHODS ON THE QUALITY PARAMETERS OF CORN AND PEANUT FLOUR


Anisa Anjum Malik, Anju Bhat1and Afshan

Abstract:
Corn and peanut were subjected to germination, fermentation and roasting. Highest protein (11.83 %), crude fibre (1.98 %) and ash (2.10 %) content was recorded in germinated corn flour as compared to raw flour which had 9.96 % protein, 1.83 % crude fibre and 2.04 % ash content.


178-191
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  • EFFECT OF AFRICAN BLACK PEPPER SEED OIL ON COWPEA SEED WEEVIL CALLOSOBRUCHUS MACULATUS(F.) (COLEOPTERA: BRUCHIDAE).


Jibrin, A.D*, Fagam, A.S.,Sabo, U.M., And Abdallah, Y.

Abstract:
The effect of West African black pepper (Piper guineense) seed oil on development of Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) on cowpea seed (Borno brown) inEntomology laboratory (40-30oC temperature and 59-63% relative humidity) of Faculty of Agriculture,University of Maiduguri,Nigeria were examined under three studies (Post-oviposition, Pre-oviposition and lethal dose concentration (Lc50) in January, 2016. Seventy two (72) glass jars of 100ml size was used , experiment was set up in Completely randomized design (CRD) , during each of the studies 10kg of cowpea seed (Borno brown) were weighted into 24 100ml glass jars covered with a muslin cloth and infested with 1-2 day old C. maculatus, thereafter, 50, 100, 150, 200, and 250mg of piper guineense seed oil were delivered in 0.2ml acetone onto four replicates each of 10g cowpea seeds in the glass jars, Control treatment was 0.02ml acetone.


192-202
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  • RAINFALL RHYTHM IN TIRUCHIRAPPALLI DISTRICT, TAMIL NADU - A GIS APPROACH


Alaguraja Palanichamy

Abstract:
The melt of snow and down pour of rainfall are the sources of surface and ground water. The varying uncertainty excess or deficiency in rainfall distribution causes stress on agricultural land use and also in ground water.


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