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  • NUTRITIONAL ADEQUACY OF DIETS CONSUMED BY WOMEN TEACHERS IN TIRUPATI (AP)


Sarada. D, Sireesha.G

Abstract:
A study on Nutritional adequacy of diets consumed by women teachers in Tirupati (AP) was carried out on 120women high school teachers in Tirupati town during September 2011.The High schools in Tirupati were under Government/ Private /Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam management.


1-12
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  • SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF LEAD II IODIDE NANOPARTICLES


R. Hepzi Pramila Devamani, A. Akila, M.Indhumathi

Abstract:
Lead II Iodide nanoparticles were synthesized via chemical co-precipitation method from lead (II) nitrate and sodium iodide. The formed nanoparticle is characterized by powder x-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy, ultra-violet spectroscopy and fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, confirmed the preferential growth of lead II iodide nanoparticles that width is 30.8 nm.


13-24
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  • COMPARISON BETWEEN EFFICACY OF A NEW ELECTRO PHYSICAL AGENT “AVAZZIA BEST”, THERAPEUTIC ULTRASOUND TAPING AND HOME EXERCISE IN MANAGEMENT OF PLANTAR FASCIITIS [PF] HEEL PAIN: A CASE CONTROLLED STUDY


Dr.Shivani Chowdhury Salian (PT), Jasmine Jose

Abstract:
To study the efficacy of new electro physical agent “Avazzia BEST” in adults presenting Plantar Fasciitis.


25-40
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  • ASSESSMENT OF WATER QUALITY OF KIM RIVER, GUJARAT, INDIA


Tejas Patel, Jagruti Rathod, Jayendra Lakhmapurkar, Deepa Gavali

Abstract:
Availability of fresh water is a challenge in the current world and with increase in pollution, erratic climatic conditions has worsened the situation. Gujarat being a semi arid state of India has fresh water resources in form of rivers, ponds, lakes, that is in pressure due to industrialization and urbanizations.


41-49
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  • HEALING TREES USED BY THE LAMBADI TRIBES OF ETTURNAGARAM WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, TELANGANA STATE, INDIA


Rev. Dr. J. W.Prakash, Reju J

Abstract:
The ethno medicinal trees used by the Lambadi Tribes of Etturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary Telangana, southern India are documented in the survey for six months from March 2016 to August 2016.Nineteen species of Trees were found used by the tribal groups.


50-66
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  • MORPHOMETRIC EVALUATION OF 4TH ORDER DRAINAGE BASIN OF TAPI SYSTEM


Dr. Vaishampayan Mohan Rajaram

Abstract:
Morphometry is the most popular technique of landform evaluation since long in the field of Hydrology, Engineering, Geology and Geomorphology. It includes measurement of linear areal and relief properties of landforms.


67-71
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  • THE NSP2 VARIATION OF VIETNAMESE PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS STRAINS


Ho Nguyen Quynh Chi, Nguyen Thi Thu Hoai, Hoang Nghia Son, Le Thanh Long

Abstract:
The objective of this study is to assess the non-structural protein 2 (NSP2) variation of eight Vietnamese PRRSV strains. The divergent analysis showed that all Vietnamese PRRSV strains were closer to North American genotype (0.081±0.008) than European genotype (0.821±0.054).


72-80
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  • DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF THE CORE CLINICAL NURSING COMPETENCE (CCNC) SCALE


Li-Yu Chien, PhD, RN, Shiow-Li Hwang, DNSc, RN, Tsuey-Yuan Huang, PhD, RN

Abstract:
Advancements in medical technology and changes in the medical environment have led to the development of nursing competence, which has become the main focus of nursing education.


81-98
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  • STUDY OF ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF PLANT EXTRACT OF OCIMUM AMERICANUM L. (LAMIACEAE)


Shubhangi Nagorao Ingole

Abstract:
Essential oils are one of the most attractive products obtained from the plants for the development of new drugs and may present different pharmacological properties and an excellent antimicrobial activity. Presently researches for new natural antibiotics from essential oils are being attempted and extended to various areas.


99-106
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  • GEOTHERMAL ENERGY IN INDIA - A PERSPECTIVE VIEW


P. Swmay Sharan, K. David

Abstract:
Among the various new and renewable energy sources, geothermal is known to be one of the clean energy without smoke and also without environmental hazards. Indian geothermal provinces have the capacity to produce 10,600MW of power-a figure which is five times greater than the combined power being produced from non-conventional energy sources such as wind, solar and biomass.


107-117
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  • RESEARCHES IN WATER POLLUTION: A REVIEW


Anil K Dwivedi

Abstract:
More than 70% of the fresh water in liquid form of our country is converted into being unfit for consumption. Not only India, but other countries are also suffering from the same problem.


118-142
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  • FACTORS AFFECTING SEX RATIO IN OSMANABADI GOAT IN VIDARBHA CLIMATIC CONDITION


Kranti P. Kharkar, D.S. Raghuwanshi, B. M. Khati, Shweta R. Lende

Abstract:
Data on birth of 182 Osmanabadi kids for the period of 6 years from 2011 to 2016 at Osmanabadi goat unit, Nagpur Veterinary College, Nagpur were analyzed to study the factors affecting the sex ratio in Osmanabadi goats. The male to female sex ratio was 56.59:43.41 %.


143-149
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  • THERMODYNAMICS OF NON-IONIC SURFACTANT (TRITON X-114) IN PRESENCE OF MYO-INOSITOL USING CLOUDING PHENOMENON


Chautmal R.C.

Abstract:
The Phenomenon of micellization of non-ionic surfactant Triton X-114 has been studied by measuring cloud point (CP) of the pure surfactant and with myo-inositol. The CP of pure surfactant found to be increased with increased surfactant concentration .


150-156
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  • SPECTROSCOPIC AND ANTIMICROBIAL STUDIES OF SOME NOVEL COMPLEXES OFMN (II) AND CU (II)


Hardik kumar D. Chaudhary, Jwalant J. Vora, Jabali J. Vora, Manish H. Chaudhari

Abstract:
In this study, complexes were synthesized in marginal yields via the coordination of metal perchlorates with the ligand. Kynurenic acid (KYNA) ligand reacts with solution of Mn(II)and Cu(II) perchlorates and solid kynurenic acid – metal complexes are synthesized.


157-169
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  • RADIAL GROWTH OF PENICILLIUM DIGITATUM AND FUSARIUM VERTICILIOIDES ISOLATED FROM TWO GHANAIAN MAIZE VARIETIES ABELEEHI AND OBAATANPA ON FIVE DIFFERENT MEDIA AND THE EFFECTS OF THEIR CULTURE FILTRATE ON SEED GERMINATION AND RADICLE DEVELOPMENT OF ABELEEHI AND OBAATANPA


Andrew A. Minamor and G.T. Odamtten

Abstract:
Penicillium digitatum and Fusarium verticillioide (= F. moniliforme) were isolated from two recently- developed Ghanaian maize (Zea mays. L.) varieties Abeleehi and Obaatanpa under varying ambient Equilibrium Relative Humidity (ERH's).


170-183
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  • EFFECT OF DAIRY EFFLUENTS ON SEED GERMINATION AND EARLY SEEDLING GROWTH OF Pennisetum typhoides(L)IN CONTAI BLOCK AREA, PURBA MEDINIPUR, WEST BENGAL


Goutam Bhakta

Abstract:
With the growing industrialization and urbanization environment degradation has now become challenging global problem. Among the industries food processing industrial effluents released from the dairy industries are rich in various kinds of nutrients like Phosphate, Calcium, Nitrogen, Magnesium etc.


184-188
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  • HOT PEPPER V: POSTHARVEST QUALITY ATTRIBUTES OF 12 ORNAMENTAL PEPPER LANDRACES DURING STORAGE AT REFRIGERATED AND NON-REFRIGERATED TEMPERATURES


Mohamed, M. E. S; Mohammed, M; Bridgemohan, P and Baird, J

Abstract:
Twelve ornamental pepper landraces were selected to determine quality characteristics, storage potential and relative sensitivity to chilling injury.


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