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  • SQUARE DIFFERENCE PRIME LABELING –MORE RESULTS ON CYCLE RELATED GRAPHS


Sunoj B S, Mathew Varkey T K

Abstract:
Square difference prime labeling of a graph is the labeling of the vertices with {0,1,2---,p-1} and the edges with absolute difference of the squares of the labels of the incident vertices .The greatest common incidence number of a vertex (gcin) of degree greater than one is defined as the greatest common divisor of the labels of the incident edges.


1-10
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  • AN ECOLOGICAL STUDY ON DIGENETIC TREMATODE PARASITES OF CHANNA PUNCTATUS(BL.)GOBIND SAGAR RESERVOIR, LALITPUR, UTTAR PRADESH


Jag Mohan Sen

Abstract:
Channa punctatus(Bl.) is one of the common freshwater fish species of Uttar Pradesh abundantly found in Gobind Sagar Reservoir, different ponds and river of Bundelkhand region, Lalitpur. This fish species carry heavy infection of trematode parasites and serve as the host of different helminth parasites.


11-19
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  • STUDIES ON CARBON STORAGE AND CO2 SEQUESTRATION OF TREE SPECIES IN THE COLLEGE CAMPUS


Ms. A. Maheswari, Dr. M. Selvi

Abstract:
Carbon is naturally exchanged between the atmospheric, the ocean, and land ecosystems as part of the global carbon cycle. Hundreds of billions of tons of carbon in the form of CO2 are emitted to the atmospheric annually through natural and anthropogenic (human) emission (sources).


20-52
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  • SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION AND GROWTH OF TRIBAL POPULATION IN MAHARASHTRA


Dr. S. K. Pawar, Dr. K. C. Ramotra

Abstract:
The spatial distribution of population is one of the most important topics of human geography. It is significantly important, because man has brought tremendous change over the earth surface.


53-68
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  • NURSE’S KNOWLEDGE REGARDING MANAGEMENT OF ECLAMPSIA AT SELECTED PRIVATE HOSPITAL IN BANGLADESH


Ratna Khatun, Faisal Mohammad, ABM Alauddin Chowdhury

Abstract:
Eclampsia affects 5 to 10% of all pregnancies and contributes to 10 to 15% of maternal deaths worldwide. Estimated case fatality rate due to eclampsia is 14 times higher in developing countries compared to developed countries.


69-81
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  • A GEOGRAPHICAL PERSPECTIVE OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN RURAL PART OF KOLHAPUR DISTRICT (MAHARASTRA STATE)


Mrs. Tikekar S.S., Dr. Pawar S.K.

Abstract:
Rural development is the process of improving the quality of life and economic well-being of people living in relatively isolated and sparsely populated areas. Education, entrepreneurship, physical infrastructure, and social infrastructure all play an important role in developing rural regions.


82-93
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  • DETERMINATION OF LOSARTAN AND HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE IN A COMBINED PHARMACEUTICAL UV DERIVATIVE SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHODS


Abdulhakeem Abdullah Mohammed AL-BAZI, A. Hakan AKTAŞ

Abstract:
A new spectrophotometric methods for determination Losartan (LOS) and Hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ) depends on 1st and 2nd derivative spectrum of the two drugs by using (Water:methanol:ethanol 60:20:20) as a solvent. Many techniques were proportionated with concentration (peak to base line, peak to peak and peak area).


94-109
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  • SYNTHESIS OF SOME 4-AROYLAMINOPHENYL PYRAZOLE DERIVATIVES AND STUDIES OF THEIR ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITIES


Hardik Mehta, Jaysukh Parmar

Abstract:
One pot synthesis of 4-nitrophenyl hydrazine, aldehyde and ethyl aceto acetate produces 4-nitrophenylpyrazole , which on further reduced with iron powder in presence of acetic acid to give 4-Aroylaminophenyl pyrazole.


110-115
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  • KARTAGENER SYNDROME, GRANULOMATOUS CHEILITISAND EXTRA ORAL MANIFESTATION OF ACTINOMYCOSIS IN A CHILD PATIENT: CASE REPORT


YasminNawal De FreitasAshoury, Ruth Andia, Carlos Eduardo Allegretti, CamilaCorreia dos Santos, Rodolfo Georgevich Neto, Elcio Magdalena Giovani

Abstract:
Kartagener's syndrome and granulomatous cheilitis are rare entities and are rarely discussed in the literature, and when still associated with the facial manifestation of actinomycosis, triggers severe aggravations in the patient's systemic and oral conditions.


116-128
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  • DETERMINANTS OF MALARIA TRANSMISSION SYNDROME IN NIGERIA: APPLICATION OF COINTEGRATION AND CAUSALITY ANALYSIS.


David Adugh Kuhe, Emmanuel Terese Azua

Abstract:
Climatic factors greatly influence the pattern and level of malaria transmission in Nigeria, Africa and the world. Non-climatic factors such as the type of vector, the type of parasite, environmental development and urbanization, population movement and migration, the level of immunity to malaria in human hosts, insecticide resistance in mosquitoes, and drug resistance in parasites, all have a role in affecting the severity and incidence of malaria transmission.


129-146
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  • MHD BOUNDARY LAYER FLOW OVER A STRETCHING SHEET IN A NANOFLUID WITH CONVECTIVE BOUNDARYCONDITION AND VISCOUS DISSIPATION


Pamita

Abstract:
This paper analyses the MHD boundary layer nano fluid flow over a stretching sheet with convective heat transport and frictional heating.The governing boundary value problem is transformed into a set of nonlinear ordinary differential equations,using similarity transformation and are solved using Runge-Kutta 4th order method with shooting technique.


147-168
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  • RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH PREVALENCE OF DIARRHEA AMONG UNDER 5 YEARS CHILDREN IN LOW SOCIOECONOMIC AREA OF URBAN BANGLADESH


Hajara Abdullahi Saulawa, Faisal Muhammad, Rabi’u Umar

Abstract:
Diarrheal illness remains one of the major causes of child morbidity and mortality in the world. It kills an estimated 2.5 million people each year, with about 60-70% of them being children under five years of age.


169-186
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  • SENSITIVITY STUDIES OF COMPLEXES OF HEAVY RARE EARTH METAL ION WITH SULPHONANILIDES AGAINST EUBACTERIA


Susheela, G. Chawla, G. K. Meghwanshi, G. K. Barupal

Abstract:
Sensitivity of Dy(III) – sulphonanilide systems against gram positive (Staphylococcus aureus) and gram negative (Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Escherichia coli) bacteria have been carried out in the present study. Maximum sulphonanilide systems of Dy(III) showed a remarkable activity against Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.


187-193
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  • ANTIMICROBIAL SCREENING OF DOPED HO(III) METAL ION SYSTEMS WITH VARIOUS ‘N’ & ‘O’ DONOR ATOM LIGANDS AGAINST GRAM POSITIVE COCCI AND GRAM NEGATIVE BACILLI


Susheela, G. Chawla, G. K. Barupal, G. K. Meghwanshi

Abstract:
Antimicrobial activity of doped Ho(III) ion in the solution of nineteen sulphonanilide systems have been carried out against Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Escherichia coli bacterial species. A remarkable activity was found in maximum sulphonanilide systems of Ho(III) ion.


194-200
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  • CRYOPRESERVATION OF GAMETES AND POSTHUMOUS REPRODUCTION –ISSUES AND CHALLENGES


Dr. Bindu Vijay

Abstract:
Advancement in assisted reproductive technologies made it possible to cryopreserve egg cellsand sperms to achieve conception by using cryopreserved gamete. Cryopreservation of humangametes is of great significance in assisted reproductive technologies and has been helpinginfertile couples to have genetically related children.


201-208
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  • EVALUATION OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY WITH PHENOLIC AND FLAVONOID CONTENT IN SOME SELECTED FRUITS.


Adhikarimayum Haripyaree, Kshetrimayum Guneshwor

Abstract:
Relationship between antioxidant activity with phenolic and flavonoid content of the six selected fruits namely Prunus persica, Prunus domestica, Prunus armeniaca, Musa paradisiaca Microcos peniculata and Averrhoea carambola were investigated. For phenolic content and flavonoid content analysis, three solvents viz., distilled water, acetone and methanol were used as extractants.


209-219
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  • MODELLING CATEGORY-WISE EXPORT UNIT PRICE OF CEYLON BLACK TEA


A.K.D.K Chathurangi, T.M.J.A Cooray

Abstract:
The tea industry is a key component in Sri Lankan economy, and is a leading foreign income generator. It contributes eighteen percent of world tea export shares.


220-230
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  • COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF EFFICACY AND DURATION OF ANALGESIA OF CLONIDINE AND DEXMEDETOMIDINE AS ADJUVANT TO BUPIVACAINE IN SUPRACLAVICULAR BRACHIAL PLEXUS NERVE BLOCK IN UPPER LIMB ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY


Dr. Sandip Sinha, Dr. Debraj Sur, Dr. Somsubhra Pal, Dr. Suman Chaterjee, Dr. Subrata Pahari

Abstract:
Supraclavicular brachial plexus block using local anaesthetics along with various adjuvants is widely employed for perioperative anaesthesia and analgesia in surgeries of upper extremities.


231-244
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  • FERTILITY CONTROL AMONG WOMEN IN PHAYENG


Pebam Krishnakumari, M C Arunkumar

Abstract:
Cultures have exercised control over population in many ways, including the prevention of conception as a consequence of sexual intercourse. In every society there are beliefs and practices behind the organisation of nuptial space, family size, birth intervals and indigenous techniques adopted for fertility control.


245-260
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  • A STUDY TO EXPLORE THE LIVED EXPERIENCES OF PLHIV AT SELECTED ART CENTRES: A PILOT STUDY


Poonam Sharma, Dr. (Mrs.) Molly Babu

Abstract:
Nursing personnel beingan important member of health care team, play a very significant role in providingdirectas wellas indirect careto deal with needsof PLHIVat various hospital settings.


261-278
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  • SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND ANTIFUNGAL POTENTIAL OF SOME NEW SCHIFF AND MANNICH BASES OF 5-METHYLINDOLIN-2, 3-DIONE


Nisheeth Rastogi, Maulindu

Abstract:
A new series of 1-substituted -3-{4'-(4"-fluorobenzyloxy)-benzoylhydrazono}-5-methylindolin-2-ones (Schiff bases) and 1-aminomethyl-3-{4'-(4"-fluorobenzyloxy)-benzoylhydrazono}-5-methylindolin-2-ones (Mannich bases) have been synthesised and screened for their antifungal potential against human pathogenic fungi (Candida albicans, Cryptococcus neoformans, Candida parapsilosis, Trichophyton mentagrophytes and Aspergillus fumigatus).


279-288
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  • CLINICAL AND GENETIC STUDY OF SPINOCEREBELLAR ATAXIA TYPE 1 & 2


Sherin John Joseph, S. Rinu Sam, SumitaDanda

Abstract:
Spinocerebellar ataxias are a heterogeneous group of autosomal dominant genetic disorders. They are caused by the variable degrees of degeneration of the cerebellum, spinocerebellar tracts and brain stem neurons.


289-304
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  • ISOLATION OF SOIL ALGAE FROM THE CULTURED SOIL SAMPLES OF SINA-KOLEGAON DAM OSMANABAD, MAHARASHTRA


Yadav S.G.

Abstract:
Sina River is about 15 kms away from the Paranda townof Osmanabad district in the Marathwada region of Maharashtra. The water body has good number of fishes, aquatic animals and mostly consists of the members of Family Cyperaceae and Poaceae,there are also a good number of plants of Nymphaea,and they all give a beautiful view to dam area.


305-309
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  • “A Pragmatic Analysis of Ground Water Quality in Amer Tehsil of Jaipur”


Ms. Himmat Kanwar1. Dr Umesh Saxena2

Abstract:
Water, next to air is a vital natural resource responsible for the existence and development of life on the Earth. Groundwater is an important source for drinking water and its quality is a critical issue around the world. Groundwater quality is affected by different natural as well as anthropogenic processes.


310-318
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  • Physco- chemical Evaluation of Water Quality of Narmada River From Omkareshwar to Barwani, MP, India


Khichi Yogesh1 and Sharma Shailendra 2

Abstract:
River Narmada is one of the 13 prominent rivers of India, which covers 98,797 sq km of total water-shed area. Narmada is considered to be the lifeline of Madhya Pradesh and most important west flowing river of India


319-327
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  • BIOPROSPECTING XYLANASE ENZYMES FROM DIVERSE ECOLOGICAL HABITATS


Payal Das, Prateek Kumar, Munendra Kumar, Renu Solanki, Monisha Khanna Kapur

Abstract:
In order to exploit and improve the metabolic versatility of micro-organisms, the classical area of research has been to optimize the production of extra cellular enzymes for efficient degradation of substrates and selection of advanced and more active enzymes for enhanced enzyme yield. Microbial xylanases are important group of industrial enzymes that are used for various commercial purposes.


328-362
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  • PETROLOGY AND GEOCHEMISTRY OF ULTRAMAFIC XENOLITHS CUMULATS RELATED TO SEGUELA DIAMANDIFEOUS KIMBERLITE AND LAMPROITE (CENTRAL-WESTERN OF CÔTE D’IVOIRE).


M.E. Allialy, S.C. Djro, N. Houssou, A.N. Kouamelan, J. Batumike, Y. Coulibaly, A. Gnanzou, T. Boya, O. Gbelé

Abstract:
The Seguela kimbelites located 30 km North of Seguela city in the central-western part of Ivory Coast are chracterised by the presence of a lot of olivine pyroxenite xenoliths that are characteristic of the lithospheric mantle. The study of these xenoliths provides an opportunity of understanding the lithospheric mantle underneath the region.


363-383
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  • ANALYSIS OF GROUND WATER FROM SIX SELECTED STATIONS OF BABRA TALUKA-AMRELI DISTRICT-GUJARAT


Pinakiniben J. Parekh

Abstract:
Different Physico-chemical parameters of Ground water form selected stations such as Galkotdi, Hathigadh, Ishvariya, Khanpar, Jivapar and Ingorala of Babra Taluka of Amreli District is measured in terms of three different Seasons such as WINTER, SUMMER and MONSOON.


384-394
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  • U–PB DATING OF ZIRCON FROM SEGUELA GRANITE TO 2094± 2.2 MARELATED TO CRETACEOUS KIMBERLITE IN IVORY COAST (WEST AFRICA). PALEOPROTEROZOIC-AGE COMPONENTS WITHIN ARCHEAN AND BIRIMIAN OROGENESIS


Allialy Marc, Djro Chérubin, Houssou Nestor, Kouamelan Alain. Coulibaly Yacouba, Gnanzou Allou, Pouclet André, Vidal Max, Gbele Ouattara

Abstract:
U-Pb dating of zircon from Seguela granite pluton and kimberlite in Côte d’Ivoire showedexclusivily paleo- proterozoic age components.


395-410
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  • EFFECT OF β-SITOSTEROL ISOLATED FROM THE BARLERIA PRIONITIS ROOTS ON THE L-CARNITINE AND GYCEROPHOSPHOCHOLINE CONTENTS OF THE REPRODUCTIVE TISSUES OF MALE RATS


KAMINI SINGH1, R.S. GUPTA2*

Abstract:
Barleriaprionitis (B.prionitis), famous as the porcupine flower, has various medicinal properties in Ayurveda. Among the several phytochemicals, β- sitosterol (BS), is one of the nutrients present in B. prionitis.


411-419
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  • Effect of highest Calcium concentrations in the gills of Heteropneustes fossilis (Bloch) during different phases of reproductive cycle.


K.Singh

Abstract:
Effect of highest Calcium concentrations in the gills of fish Heteropneustes fossilis have been studied. The gill surface area was observed during highest Calcium concentrations.


420-429
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  • “AN IMPERATIVE REVIEW ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURAL ,ELECTRICAL, OPTICAL AND THERMAL PROPERTIES OF CADMIUM, CALCIUM, BARIUM TARTTRATE CRYSTALS GROWN BY GEL METHOD”


VANDANA YADAV AMIT YADAV

Abstract:
The recent advances in science and technology have brought a great demand of various crystals with numerous applications. A field of multidisciplinary nature in science and technology has been emerged, known as crystal growth, which deals with the crystal growth methods, crystals characterizations and crystal growth theories


430-438
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  • CHANGING WATER QUALITY OF BASNA DRAIN, PHAPHAMAU, ALLAHABAD, UP, INDIA


Bechan Yadav

Abstract:
Water is very important for human life. Without water man cannot alive. Due to human interference the water quality is decreasing rapidly


439-449
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  • THERMOELECTRIC APPLICATIONS, MATERIALS AND MODELLING


Anil Kumar Das

Abstract:
It is the conversion of differences in temperature into electric voltage and electric voltage into temperature differences via a thermocouple.


450-462
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