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  • ASSESSMENT OF ARSENIC HEAVY METAL IN AGRICULTURAL SOIL NEAR TEXTILE INDUSTRY: DETRIMENTAL TO HUMANS


Kamalpreet Kaur and Dr. Yogita Sharma, Dr. Vinesh Kumar

Abstract:
This study aims to assess the values of arsenic in soil of different villages of malwa region especially in barnala district (Punjab,India) and their harmful effects on human health. Samples


1-10
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  • GEOLOGICAL EXCURSION TO EASTERNGHATS MOBILE BELT OF GANJAM DISTRICT ,ODISHA, INDIA.


Dr. Pramod Chandra Sahu

Abstract:
The geological excursion was carried out around Athagadapatna-Taratarini-Bhabandha area, Ganjam district, Orissa. The area under geological investigation forms a part of the Easternghat Group of rocks in India.


11-24
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  • PETROGRAPHIC EVIDENCE OF MAGMA MIXING IN KYRDEM GRANITOIDS, MEGHALAYA PLATEAU, NORTHEAST INDIA


Kh Mohon Singh

Abstract:
The evidence of magma mixing in Kyrdem Granitoids (KG) is gathered from the field relations and petrographic studies of the rocks collected from the field.


25-48
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  • MEDIA OPTIMIZATION FOR LIPASE PRODUCTION BY ASPERGILLUS FLAVUS USING FISHERY WASTE


D. Sindhuja, K.bhanumathi, G.arunkumar.

Abstract:
Aspergillus flavus is a saprotrophic fungus capable of producing lipase. The production of lipase by Aspergillus flavus in solid state fermentation was studied using fishery waste as the nitrogen medium.


49-59
5
  • TO EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF ETHANOL INJECTION TREATMENT IN DELAYING RIPENING OF MANGO (Mangifera indica)


Dr. Komal Mathur, Parul Chugh, Yasha Vishnoi

Abstract:
India is the second largest producer of fruits & vegetables and is the leading producer of mango in the world; yet post-harvest losses continue to be tremendous in India.


60-76
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  • ROLE OF BIOFERTILIZERS IN INTEGRATED PLANT NUTRIENT SYSTEM (IPNS)


Dr. Divya Vyas, Dr. Ram Hari Meena

Abstract:
In India, framers doing intensive agriculture which led to rapid depletion of nutrient in agricultural land which is balanced by use of chemical based fertilizers. Chemical fertilizers not only disturb ecological balance but also pose health hazards besides these are quite expensive, bringing the cost of production very high.


77-94
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  • TOXO-IFA SYSTEM: A SIMPLE TOOL FOR SCREENING OF REACTIVITY OF HYBRIDOMAS DEVELOPED FOR DENGUE DIAGNOSIS


Kathiresan Eswaran, GowriSankar Subbiah,Rathnapraba Sambandam, Manimekalai Subramaniyan, Thenmozhi Velayutham, Paramasivan Rajaiah, John Vennison Soosaimarian

Abstract:
A simple and alternative system for screening of dengue virus nonstructural-1 (NS1) glycoprotein mouse monoclonal antibody (mAb)secreting hybridoma using larvae of non- heamatophagous mosquito Toxorhynchites splendens larvae.


95-105
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  • GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT IS THE NEED OF TIME IN THE SOUTH WESTERN REGION OF RAJASTHAN


Sen, H., Jakhar, S.R.

Abstract:
Sustainable groundwater resource management is need of the time and this aspect become crucial in the western desertic terrain of Rajasthan which witness scarcity of rainfall.


106-117
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  • NET PROTON AND CHARGED MESON FLOW IN RELATIVISTIC HEAVY ION COLLISIONS AT 200 GEV/A.


Majhar Ali

Abstract:
A statistical thermal model for the hot and dense hadronic matter produced in the ultrarelativistic central collisions of heavy nuclei is used. The matter formed is assumed to be consisting of regions moving with increasing rapidity (yFB) along the rapidity axis.


118-128
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  • PHYTOCHEMICAL STUDIES OF CRUDE LEAF EXTRACT OF TULSI (OCIMUM TENUIFLORUM)


Gomathinayagam S, Brij B. Tewari, G. Rekha

Abstract:
Ocimum tenuiflorum, also known as Ocimum sanctum, holy basil, or tulsi (also spelled thulasi), is an aromatic plant of the family Lamiaceae, which is native to the Indiansubcontinent and widespread as a cultivated plant throughout the Southeast Asian tropics.It is an erect, many-branched subshrub, 30–60 cm (12–24 in) tall, with hairy stems and simple phyllotaxic green or purple leaves that are strongly scented.


129-135
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  • MORPHOLOGICAL FEATURES FROM SEGUELA DIAMANDIFEROUS CRETACEOUS WEATHERED KIMBERLITES COLLUVIA AND ALLUVIA DIAMONDS PLACERS IN CENTRAL-WESTERN OF CÔTE D’IVOIRE


Marc Ephrem ALLIALY, Myriam TESSIA, DJRO Chérubin, Nestor HOUSSOU, Yacouba COULIBALY

Abstract:
Seguela diamond in Central-western of Côte d’Ivoire, derived from wethered kimberlites and colluvia and alluvia diamond placers.


136-148
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  • POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME:A RELATIONSHIP OF BODY MASS INDEX AND ITS CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS.


M. Gangadevi, Dr. N. Puvaneswari

Abstract:
Objective: To evaluate the relationship between Body Mass index (BMI), Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and its clinical presentation. Study design: Case and control study.


149-155
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