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  • STUDY OF PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF OVERBURDEN DUMP SOIL IN SELECTED COAL MINING AREAS OF RANIGANJ COAL FIELDS, WEST BENGAL, INDIA


Debalina Kar, Debnath Palit

Abstract:
At the early stages of an ecosystem development, soils constitute a critical controlling component. Without the progress of natural processes of soil development, ecosystems would remain in an under-developed condition.


1-12
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  • STUDIES ON HISTOCHEMICAL CHANGES IN PAPAYA (CARICA PAPAYA L.) INFECTED BY PAPAYA RING SPOT VIRUS (PRSV).


Dr. Ravindra Kumar Pandey

Abstract:
Papaya Ring Spot Virus is a RNA containing virus transmitted mechanically and by numerous species of Aphids in a non-persistent manner. Multiplication of virus particles in the infected plant cells alters biochemical compounds of cells such as chlorophyll, β-carotene, organic carbon, nucleic acids etc .


13-21
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  • BIOEFFICACY OF CHLORPYRIFOS AND FIPRONIL INSECTICIDES AGAINST INSECT PESTS OF PADDY


Harikesh Singh, Wajid Hasan

Abstract:
Present investigation was carried out at Bhankla, Saharanpur (U.P) situated on Saharanpur Delhi highway in Rampur Maniharan tehsil. The experiment was conducted in Randomized Block Design with seven treatments on rice variety Narendra 118.


22-32
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  • OPTIMIZATION AND SENSORY EVALUATION OF NUTRITIVE WEANING FOOD


Bhawna Srivastava, AnishaVerma, Neeru Bala

Abstract:
The main aim of the study was to develop the Indian weaning food by the locally available ingredients and to assess its organoleptic acceptability. Four different treatments were prepared using the locally available ingredient namely T1, T2, T3 and T4.


33-38
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  • DISTRIBUTION AND SUBSTATION TRANSFORMERS IN SOLAR APPLICATIONS


M. Nirmal, M. Chattopadhyay

Abstract:
The relative simplicity of transformers belies their importance. Transformers are ubiquitous in ac electrical systems, used in appliances, inverters, measuring devices, construction tools and all manner of electronic devices. Transformers are also a key component for electrical power transmission and distribution.


39-57
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  • EFFECT OF IMPROVISED AND STANDARD INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS ON STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENT IN CHEMISTRY IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS


Omiko Akani, Oketa, I.O.

Abstract:
This study investigated the effects of improvised and standard instructional materials on students’ academic achievement in chemistry at the secondary school level in Ebonyi State of Nigeria. Three research questions and three hypotheses guided the study.


58-72
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  • MICROBIAL ASSOCIATIONS OF NEEM (AZADIRACHTA INDICA A. JUSS.)


K. Girish

Abstract:
Azadirachta indica A. Juss. (neem), native to India, is well known worldwide for its ethanopharmacological properties. Neem products have antibacterial, antifungal, insecticidal and other versatile biological activities.


73-91
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  • ISOLATION AND ESTIMATION OF GLYCYRRHETINIC ACID FROM MARKETED ATHIMADHURAM CHURNA BY UV SPECTROPHOTOMETRY


Sindhura.Bysani, P.Srinivasa babu, R.Karthikeyan

Abstract:
Athimadhuram or scientifically called as Glycyrrhiza Glabra. Most liquorice is used as a flavoring agent for tobacco.


92-109
9
  • A STUDY ON STABILIZATION OF EXPANSIVE SOIL USING TERRAZYME


Rajendran. J, Jaisankar. V

Abstract:
Due to rapid industrialization, availability of land is depleting in the developing nations like India. Because of this scenario it is required to utilize the problematic land for various construction activities.


110-120
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  • HIGH RESOLUTION SEQUENCE STRATIGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF LATE EOCENE TO MIOCENE SEDIMENTS IN KESANAPALLI WEST AREA, KG–PG BASIN, ANDHRA PRADESH.


P. Swamy Sharan & K. David

Abstract:
The primarily Matsyapuri formation of late Eocene to Miocene age encompasses the major oil and gas producing deltaic sandstone deposits in the Kesanapalli West area of Krishna – Godavari basin. A lower sequence of this formation is characterized by dominant arenaceous and upper sequences mainly by argillaceous.


121-139
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  • A REVIEW: ECONOMIC FEED INGREDIENTS FOR PIGS


K K Bonia

Abstract:
On the basis of available literatures a review had been made on available economic feed ingredients for pig rearing like cassava, sweet potato, bananas and plantains, other tuber crops like yam, taro or cocoyam or Colocasia, pine apple, jack fruit, guava, byproducts of pomegranate peels and seeds, pomace of orange and apple, sunflower press cake, kewi, waste of brewery and winery industry and feeding alcohol distilling residues etc.


140-172
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  • THE STUDIES ON PROTEIN CHANGES IN LIVER AND MUSCLE OF THE CATFISH, CLARIUS GARIEPINUS (BURCHELL, 1822) EXPOSED TO SUB-LETHAL CONCENTRATION OF MERCURIC CHLORIDE.


N. E. Chandanshive, Antara Mali, Kranti Meher, Harshita Rana

Abstract:
The freshwater fishes are major and cheap sources of proteins for human beings. The nutritive value of a fish depends upon the quality and the quantity of proteins.


173-183
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  • EFFECTS OF CHARGE FLUCTUATION IN DA WAVES WITH NON-THERMAL ELECTRON DISTRIBUTION AND NEGATIVE DUST


Sanjit Kumar Paul

Abstract:
A dusty plasma system containing ions, non-thermal electrons, and mobile charge fluctuating negative dust has been considered. The nonlinear propagation of the dust-acoustic (DA) waves in such a dusty plasma has been investigated by employing the reductive perturbation method.


184-197
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  • IMPACT OF NUTRITIONAL EDUCATION IN PREVENTING OBESITY, IN SCHOOL GOING CHILDREN OF 9-11 YEARS IN ALLAHABAD DISTRICT


Bhardwaj P., Dubey P.R., Prasad R.

Abstract:
A study was conducted to the impact of nutrition education in preventing obesity in school going children of 9-11 years in allahabad district of U.P.


198-204
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  • STUDIES ON SYNTHESIS OF SOME NOVEL FLUORINE CONTAINING TRIAZOLOPYRIMIDINE DERIVATIVES AND THEIR BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION


Sanket Y. Mavawala, Kiran S. Nimawat, Kartik B. Vyas

Abstract:
An uncomplicated and well-organized method for the synthesis of triazolopyrimidine derivatives was achieved by the different acetoacetamides, 4-(5-fluoro-2-methoxypyrimidin-4-yloxy) benzaldehyde and 1H-1,2,4-triazol-5-amine refluxed with NN’-dimethyl formamide with high yield and no further purification required for compound. The structures of the products were supported by FTIR, 1HMR and mass spectral data.


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