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  • EFFECT OF DIFFERENT CROPPING PATTERN RATIO ON YIELD AND YIELD ATTRIBUTES OF CHICKPEA UNDER CHICKPEA + CORIANDER INTERCROPPING SYSTEM


Sandeep Prakash Upadhyay, Navneet Pareek, K.P. Raverkar, Ramesh Chandra and V.K. Singh

Abstract:
The present investigation was carried out during the year 2013-14 and 2014-15 in Aquic Hapludoll at D6 block of Norman E. Borlogue Crop Research Centre of G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar. To find out the effect of intercropping of coriander on chickpea yield. The experimental design used were split plot design in which the main plots showed the planting pattern and sub plots represented the P – level. The experimental area comprising 16 treatments divided into 48 plots.


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  • EVALUATION OF STRUCTURE OF PLATELET-RICH FIBRIN MEMBRANES


Diep Trung Cang, Nguyen Le Huy Thinh, Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao, Hoang Nghia Son, Le Thanh Long, Duong Bich Huy, Tran Thi Minh and Tran ThiBich Tram, Truong Xuan Dai and Dang Dang Khoa

Abstract:
This study aimed to collect and evaluate fibrin membrane by centrifugation method. 3 mL of whole blood were collected into 10 mL glass tubes without anticoagulant and immediately centrifuged at 1500 rpm (group A), 3000 rpm (group B), and 4000 rpm (group C) for 10 min. The results showed that the ratio of fibrin membrane clot from group A less than group B and group C. The histological analysis with H-E staining demonstrated that fibrin membrane in the group B exposed homogeneous structure than the other groups.


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  • QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE EVALUATION OF BIOGAS FROM FARM WASTES IN UDI, ENUGU STATE


M.C. ONYIA and C.C. ONOCHIE

Abstract:
The production of biogas from cassava peels with cow dung, poultry droppings and swine dung in the ratio of 1:1 for fresh sample and 1:2 for dry sample was investigated using 2.8 liter batch type anaerobic digesters with a retention period of 30 days. The cumulative biogas yields from the fresh samples were 30.8+2, 30.8+3, 29.6+2, 31+3, 47.3+3, 32.3+3 and 52.7+2cm3 /g over digestion period. However, the highest volume of gas generated 52.7+2cm3 /g was obtained from the digester containing equal proportion of fresh cassava peels and swine dung.


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