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  • INVESTIGATION OF PHYSIO-CHEMICAL QUALITY OF KIWIFRUIT IRRADIATED BY GAMMA RADIATION


Meetu Rastogi & Prianka Sharma

Abstract:
Food irradiation is one of the processing technologies that can be used to increase the microbiological safety and shelf-life of a wide range of foods. In the present study, kiwi fruit was exposed to gamma radiation of doses 1-3kGy.


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  • THE CONSTRUCTION AND EVALUATION OF THE COMPETENCY INVENTORY OF NURSING STUDENTS IN TAIWAN


Lee-Fen Ni, Ph.D., RN, Sui-Whi Jane, Ph.D., RN, Yu-Hsin Wang, Ph.D., RN, Li-Fen Chao, Ph.D., RN, Chiu-Tzu Lin, M.S.N., RN

Abstract:
This study was to examine the psychometric properties of the Competency Inventory of Nursing Students (CINS) for 1103 baccalaureate nursing students from a university in northern Taiwan. The respondents were randomly assigned either to principal components analysis with varimax rotation or confirmatory factor analysis.


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  • DIVERSITY AND COMPOSITION OF CLIMBING PLANTS IN TROPICAL DRY FORESTS OF NORTHERN ANDHRA PRADESH, INDIA


Kantipudi Srinivas, Somaiah Sundarapandian

Abstract:
Climber diversity wasanalysed in two dry tropical forest sites (1 ha each) in northern Andhra Pradesh. A total of 3191 individuals enumeratedin the present study were belonging to57 species (51 in thesite I and 42 in site II) from 43 genera and 26 families.


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  • A STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF SOIL PARAMETER (NPK) ON SEED GERMINATION AND EARLY SEEDLING GROWTH OF PENNISETUM TYPHOIDES IN CONTAI BLOCK AREA,PURBA MEDINIPUR, WEST BENGAL


Goutam Bhakta

Abstract:
Pearl millet being C4 species has very high photosynthetic efficiency and also has ability for dry matter production. In Indian sub-continent pearl millet important course grain cereal and forage crop of the arid and semi arid.


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  • ANALYSIS OF NON –DARCY MHD BOUNDARY LAYER FLOW AND HEAT TRANSFER OVER A VERTICAL NONLINEAR PERMEABLE STRETCHING SHEET WITH COMBINED EFFECT OF HYDRODYNAMIC AND THERMAL SLIP IN A SATURATED POROUS MEDIUM


M Subhas Abel, Deena Sunil Sharanappa

Abstract:
Numerical solutions of the equations of motion and energy for MHD boundary layer viscous incompressible fluid flow and heat transfer with combined effect of hydrodynamic and thermal slip over a permeable nonlinear stretching sheet in a saturated porous medium is presented in the present work. The electrically conducting fluid occupies a partially inestimable absorbent space.


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  • EFFECTIVENESS OF STRUCTURED TEACHING PROGRAM ON KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE REGARDING PREVENTION OF PNEUMONIA AMONG MOTHERS OF UNDER FIVE CHILDREN


Mrs. Swapna M K, Prof. Pranati Barua

Abstract:
Each year more than 10 million children die before they reach their fifth birthday seven to ten of these deaths are due to just five preventable and treat able conditions pneumonia, diarrhea, malaria, measles and malnutrition and often a combination of these conditions. There are approximately 150 million cases of childhood pneumonia reported each year.


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  • SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION OF SODIUM (2-([1,1'-BIPHENYL]-4-YL)-1-(HYDROXYIMINO)-2-OXOETHYL)TYROSINATE AND ITS MONONUCLEAR FE(II) AND CU(II) COMPLEXES


Fuat Yildirim, Bülent Dede

Abstract:
A new aminoketooxime ligand (HL) was synthesized starting from biphenyl. Then, its Fe(II) and Cu(II) complexes were synthesized by reaction of the ligand and appropriate metal salts.


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  • COMPARATIVE STUDIES ON EVALUATION OF FECUNDITY AND GONADOSOMATIC INDEX OF THREE BONY FISHES CALRIUS GARPIENS (BURCHELL, 1822), MYSTUS BLEEKARI (DAY) AND GARA MULLYA (SYKES)


Dr. N. E. Chandanshive.

Abstract:
The present study deals with the evaluation of fecundity and gonadosomatic index (GSI) of three freshwater fishes Calrius garpiens (Burchell, 1822), Mystus bleekari (Day) and Gara mullya (Sykes) for months April, May and June 2017. In Calrius garpiens the mean value of absolute fecundity was estimated during April, May and June 2017 as 41115 (± 15628.13), 24987.4 (± 16139.14), and 41465.5 (± 11254.08) and Relative frequency was 115.79 (± 22.6321), 79.05 (± 41.5956) and 115(± 22.2509).


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  • A STUDY ON ENZYMES G-6-PASE AND ALP IN THE LIVER OF FISH LABEO ROHITA (HAMILTON) EXPOSED TO THE TOXICANTDICHLORVOS, AN ORGANO PHOSPHATE.


Bilal Ahmad Bhat*, Mysara Jan

Abstract:
Fishes are aquatic and poikilothermic animals. Hence, their existence and performance isdominated by the quality of their environment.


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  • A REVIEW ON RUGASPERMUM PANT & BASU SEED GENUS FROM THE TRIASSIC OF NIDPUR, MADHYA PRADESH, INDIA


Shabnam Parveen

Abstract:
The paper embodies description of morphological and anatomical variations in all the reported species of Rugaspermum, R. insigne, R. media, R. obscura, R. minuta and R. stipitatus. All the species of Rugaspermum reported from the same Triassic beds of Nidpur, Madhya Pradesh, India.


129-138
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  • EFFECT OF SECOND ORDER SLIP ON FLOW AND HEAT TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS OF A VISCOUS FLUID OVER A SHRINKING SHEET


Muneer Patel

Abstract:
This paper considers the study of viscous flow and heat transfer over a shrinking sheet considering the effect of second order slip. The governing partial differential equations of the flow and heat transfer are converted into nonlinear ordinary differential equations by using suitable similarity transformation.


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  • POLLUTION CONTROL IN AGROBASED INDUSTRIES-A REVIEW


Dal Singh Kharat, Meenal Gupta

Abstract:
The agrobased industries generate substantial quantity of effluents and solid wastes that need to be disposed in an environmentally acceptable manner. In concurrence with the regulatory requirements, the industries need to adopt a sustainable approach in the waste management.


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  • PHOSPHOMOLYBDENUM ANTIOXIDATIVE POWER AND SCAVENGING ACTIVITY OF MORINGA OLEIFERA EXTRACT TOWARDS DPPH RADICAL.


Okediran Ademola Philips, Adeyemo Olaolu Elijah

Abstract:
The differences in chemical composition of natural antioxidants provides challenges at separating, detecting, and quantifying individual non-enzymatic antioxidants in complex food/biological systems. Consequently, the antioxidant capacity is a better approach at assaying beneficial health effects that can result from the combined actions of individual antioxidant species.


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  • ISOLATION OF CELLULOLYTIC AND AMYLOLYTICBACTERIA OF WORKER AND SOLDIER TERMITE GUT (ISOPTERA)


Nidhi Kakkar, Sanjeev K. Gupta and Rohitsaini

Abstract:
The ability to degrade cellulose and starch is widely distributed in several bacterial genera. The aim of the present study was to isolate and characterize the cellulose and starch degrading bacteria from the gut of the local worker and soldier termite gut.


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  • INERT STATE SOLUTION OF IGNITION AND FLAME STRUCTURE BEHIND SHOCK PROPAGATING INTO A REACTIVE GAS


Mushtaq A. Khan, Adem H. Ibrahim

Abstract:
The non-dimensional Continuity, Momentum, Energy, Mass-Fraction equations and Equation of State governing the two-dimensional, unsteady motion of a compressible, reacting gas in the boundary layer to the leading order in a Reynolds number are derived.


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  • Morphological effect of highest calcium concentrations in Heteropneustes fossilis (Bloch)during different periods of reproductive cycle.


K.SINGH M.K. Chourasiya N.C. Agrawal

Abstract:
The present study has been observe the morphological effect of highest calcium concentration in Heteropneustes fossilis.


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