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  • GENDER DIFFERENCES IN THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN QUALITY OF LIFE AND METABOLIC SYNDROME


Lee-Fen Ni, Ph.D., RN, Yu-Tzu Dai, Ph.D., RN

Abstract:
This study was to assess the association between quality of life (QOL), metabolic syndrome (MetS), and the gender differences in a population of Taiwanese adults. Secondary analysis was conducted using a nationally representative dataset. The data consisted of 2,269 females and 2,298 males.


1-18
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  • REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF HILL STREAM FISH GARRA LAMTA (HAMILTON-BUCHANAN) OF PETSAL AND SIRONIA GARH (TRIBUTARIES) OF SUYAL RIVER OF KUMAUN HIMALAYA


B. P. S. Kanwal

Abstract:
The present study deals with the fecundity, sexual dimorphisms, spawning season, age distribution and sex ratio (reproductive biology) of hill stream fish Garra lamta collected from Petsal and Sironia garh (tributaries) of Suyal river in Kumaun Himalaya, Uttarakhand. The fish breeds once in a year and the breeding season extended from April to June.


19-35
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  • A REVIEW ON BACTERIAL BIODIVERSITY – A FIELD OF SCIENCE TO ANSWER TO ALL LIFE-FORM


Krishna, M.Jayashankar

Abstract:
Bacterial biodiversity is the study of population of bacteria, that include both beneficial and harmful bacteria. There are many methods to study the biodiversity of bacteria from environments, which was started from 16th century.


36-49
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  • "TRANSHUMANCE MAP AND PASTORAL CALENDAR OF CATTLE HERDS EXPLOITING THE FORAGE RESOURCES OF THE CLASSIFIED FOREST OF UPPER ALIBORI NORTHERN BENIN"


Alassan ASSANI SEIDOU, Ibrahim ALKOIRET TRAORE, Mohamed Nasser BACO, Marcel HOUINATO

Abstract:
The Classified Forest of Upper Alibori (CFUA) is one of the favorite destinations of national and foreign transhumant who are attracted by its availability of water and forage resources. The agricultural and pastoral pressures on the biological resources of this reserve forest are intensifying, and it is important to develop the transhumance map and the pastoral calendar.


50-70
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  • STUDY TO ASSESS THE KNOWLEDGE REGARDING MENSTRUAL HYGIENE AMONG ADOLESCENT GIRLS OF A SELECTED SCHOOL IN SONEPAT


Rebecca Dillu

Abstract:
A study was conducted in Geetanjali Senior Secondary School, Gohana Road, Sonepat to assess the knowledge regarding menstrual hygiene among adolescent girls.


71-78
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  • PHYSIOLOGICAL STRESS IN KIDNEY OF CHANNA GACHUA CAUSED BY CITY GARBAGE AND MUNICIPAL WASTES: HISTO-PATHOLOGICAL AND ELECTRON MICROSCOPICAL ANALYSIS


Dr. Eva MaryPala, Prof. Sudip Dey

Abstract:
The kidney of the fish, Channa gachua exposed to city garbage and municipal wastes exhibited dilated blood capillaries of the glomeruli, obliterated Bowman’s space, degenerated distal tubule and accumulation of necrotic debris within the lumen. Necrosis in tubules along with accumulations of fibrinous exudates and hemorrhage were also seen.


79-94
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  • IMPACT OF THREE ENTOMO-PATHOGENIC BACTERIAL STRAINS AND ITS INFLUENCE ON AGRICULTURAL LEAF ROLLER PESTS OF HARITALODES DEROGATA (FAB.) (LEPIDOPTERA: NOCTUIIDAE)


Sujatha S, Pooja Mohan, Lakshmi G.N. Sofia Glarisha V.G. Reshma U., Ajusha Suresh

Abstract:
Insect pests are an important and probably the most challenging pest to control in agriculture, in particular when they feed on below ground parts of plants. The application of synthetic pesticides is problematic owing to side effects on the environment, concerns for public health and the rapid development of resistance.


95-111
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  • STRUCTURAL, IMPEDANCE SPECTROSCOPIC AND CYCLIC VOLTAMMETRIC INVESTIGATIONS ON BIPBVOX SOLID ELECTROLYTE SYNTHESIZED BY ETHYLENE GLYCOL– CITRIC ACID SOL– GEL ROUTE


Elyas Sadeq AlAghbari, Hakim Qaid Naji MuseedAlarique, Adel Qassem Saeed Shamsan, Sameh A.S. Alariqi, Niyazi Abdulmawla Sallam Al-Areqi, Saba Beg, Farea Naqvi

Abstract:
Samples of BIPBVOX.x (Bi2V1–xPbxO5.5–x/2)singly substituted systemin the composition range 0.05≤ x ≤ 0.20 were prepared by ethylene glycol– citric acid sol–gel synthesis route. Structural investigations were carried out by using a combination of powder X–ray diffraction,FT–IR and DTA technique.


112-130
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  • SUB SURFACE WATER ASSESSMENT IN EASTERN BELT OF HARYANA


Dr. Daljit Kaur

Abstract:
India is the largest user of subsurface water in the world. The vast fertile Indo-Gangetic plain of Haryana which ensure the food security of the country are staggering under the stress of depleting groundwater.


131-146
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