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  • SHELF LIFE STUDY OF BANGUS (MILKFISH) BONE POWDER


Aurora P. Afalla

Abstract:
This study determined the shelf-life of bangus bone powder packed in glass jar and polyethylene bag stored for 50 days in ambient temperature. Specifically, it describe the quality attributes of bangus bone powder such as color, odor, texture, aftertaste and graininess, determine the fat, moisture and microbial load content, determine the relationship between microbial load and quality attributes.


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  • MONITORING OF GROUND WATER QUALITY IN KONDALAMPATTY CITY, SALEM DISTRICT, TAMILNADU STATE, INDIA


Manosathiyadevan M and Suryaprakasam V

Abstract:
Monitoring the groundwater quality is very important to preserve and protect the natural ecosystem. Groundwater quality plays an important role in groundwater protection and quality conservation. The aim of the present study was carried out to monitoring the status of the groundwater quality of the 10 selected sites in kondalampatty city, Salem District, Tamilnadu, India.


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  • IN VITRO ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF IRON OXIDE NANOPARTICLES AGAINST ESCHERICHIA COLI ISOLATED FROM UTI


Basima Khalid Abed :Sawsan Hassan Authman and Khadim Hashim Yassin

Abstract:
In this study , the suitability of commercial dry–powder iron oxide nanoparticles against Escherichia coli isolated from patients with urinary tract infection was evaluated . Antibacterial activity of iron oxide nanoparticles were investigated on E.coli by Qualitative and Quantitative screening methods


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  • AN ASSESSMENT OF THE AFFORDABILITY OF KWANKWASIYYA HOUSING UNITS IN KANO METROPOLIS


Ado Mukhtar Bichi and Mahmoud Mannir

Abstract:
In the countries of the global south, contemporary cities are characterised by increasing rates of urbanisation and urban related problems due to increasing demand for urban infrastructure. The challenges to meet the demands for social services, transportation facilities, housing and other urban infrastructure are enormous.


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  • MARINE ENGINES OF FRP TRAWLERS OF RATNAGIRI, MAHARASHTRA (INDIA)


Shri. Sushas Bhandkoli, Dr. Ashish S. Mohite, Dr. Rahul Sadawarte, Shri. Makarand Sharangdhar, Shri.

Abstract:
Two FRP trawlers have been recently made operational from Mirkarwada Fishing Harbour of Ratnagiri, Maharashtra. Both the FRP trawlers were fitted with Ashok Leyland make AL-370 model diesel engine having horse power below 100 hp for 40 footer trawler and 106 hp engine for 50 footer trawler. The fuel consumption of the FRP trawlers ranged from 12-16 liters / hour.


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  • IN VITRO ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF CROTON MACROSTACHYUS FOR SKIN AND WOUND INFECTION


Getachew Fetahi Gobaw

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The aim of this study was to investigate the in vitro antimicrobial activity, to determine the minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) of the antimicrobial activity of the agent against some aerobic and anaerobic bacteria that usually found in skin and wound infections and identify the chemical composition of the extracts of Croton macrostachyus leaves.


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  • MUTUAL EFFECT OF CHITOSAN DERIVATIVES AND SOME MICROBES ON THE MICROBIAL ACTIVITY


Magdy Y. Abdelaal,Amany H. Aboellil ,Tariq R. Sobahi and Hossa F. Al-Shareef

Abstract:
Blends of chitosan with different organic compounds such as carbohydrates and water-soluble chitosan derivative with glycidyltrimethylammonium chloride have been prepared. The obtained products have been cross linked with glutaraldehyde. Chitosan has been also treated with petroleum ether.


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  • USAGE OF SPECTROPHOTOMETRY METHOD IN COMPLEX NUMBERS


RAM LAKHAN MEENA

Abstract:
In aqueous solution the tri-positive lanthanide ions show strong hydrolysis with a definite decrease in the pH value when the salts of these elements are dissolved in water. This aquo complex with the "cloud of water molecules” surrounding the central ion has a definite structure. The "cloud" or the hydration shell has its own geometry which separates it from the rest of the water; only ligands with strong structure-breaking influence can break into it.


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  • “ Exploratory Research on the Advancement of Forensic Science with Light as a Tool


Gautam K. Thawani Prof. Dr. Pravin Kumar Yadav

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Forensic science plays a pivotal role in modern criminal investigations, contributing to the identification and conviction of perpetrators. The utilization of light as a tool in forensic techniques has offered innovative and powerful methods for the collection, analysis, and interpretation of physical evidence. This exploratory research aims to assess the potential of light-based technologies in advancing forensic science. By conducting a series of experiments and studies, we have investigated how light, specifically in the ultraviolet, infrared, and visible spectra, can enhance the detection and analysis of various forms of evidence, including fingerprints, biological fluids, and trace materials. Our methodology involved the use of specialized light sources, optical instruments, and image processing techniques. The results reveal significant improvements in the visualization and characterization of crucial forensic evidence, often surpassing the capabilities of conventional methods. We discuss the implications of these findings for forensic investigations and the potential to revolutionize the field. This research serves as a foundation for future studies in the integration of light-based tools into standard forensic practices, promising more accurate and efficient criminal investigations.


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