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  • A REVIEW ON MOLECULAR IDENTIFICATION OF COMMON AUTISM GENE IN AUTISTIC SPECTRUM DISORDER, INTELLECTUAL DIABILITY& AUTISTIC LIKE BEHAVIOUR


Prarthana J

Abstract:
Among several developmental disabilities Autism is a complex lifelong brain development disorder collectively known as Autism spectrum disorder (ASD).Characterized by significant impairment in reciprocal, social interaction & communication skills. The genetic basis of ASD has been pursued aggressively over the past few decades.


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  • CEFTAZIDIME SENSITIVE BETA HEMOLYTIC PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA – AN ESKAPE PATHOGEN


Pallavi Jayavanth, Getaneh A, Mohammedaman M, Mathan M, Yasmeen M

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Pseudomonas aeruginosa is the most rebellious hospital bug, causing life threatening diseases often challenging to treat. In view of this, a study was undertaken to uncover hemolytic P.aeruginosa and antibiotic susceptibility against selected antibiotics.


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  • ASSOCIATION BETWEEN VERTEBRAL ARTERY BLOOD FLOW AND CERVICAL VERTIGO


Shhalini Grover & G. L. Khanna

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The vertebrobasilar artery has a major role in the blood supply to the brain along with the internal carotid artery as it carries 20% of the blood to the brain forming a posterior system. Studies have shown that the position of vertebral artery has a role to play in the cervical vertigo.


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  • PRIMARY CUTANEOUS ACTINOMYCOSIS OF CHIN WITH OSSEOUS METAPLASIA – A CASE REPORT


Dr. Rachana Binayke, Dr. Yasmin Momin, Dr. Vijay Juvekar

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Actinomycosis is a granulomatous suppurative bacterial disease caused by anaerobic actinomyces, Primary cutaneous actinomycosis is a rare entity usually associated with external trauma and/or local ischemia and the diagnosis requires a high index of clinical suspicion.


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  • GC-MS ANALYSIS OF AEGLE MARMELOS CORREA EX ROXB. (RUTACEAE) LEAF METHANOL EXTRACT


Dr. Shubhangi N. Ingole, Rupali S. Kaikade

Abstract:
Plants have been an important source of medicine with qualities for thousands of years. Mainly on traditional remedies such as herbs for their history it has been used as a popular folk medicine.


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  • QUANTIFICATION OF REGIONAL DEPRIVATION IN HEALTH SERVICE INSTITUTIONS IN BANGLADESH


Dr. Md. Nazrul Islam, Md. Rakibul Hassan, Dr. Dibyojyoti Bhattacharjee

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One of the major challenges in public health sector is to provide homogeneous medical facilities to all over the country. Uniformity in the distribution of medical facilities will lead to be a consistent development in the public health scenario in a society.


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  • “IT CONVERTS THE ENERGY OF LIGHT INTO ELECTRICITY- SOLAR CELL CONCEPTS”


Anil Kumar Das

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The purpose of this case study to understand the concept of solar energy. How sunlight energy in converted into electricity using solar energy concept? Solar energy obtained from the sun. Solar cell is the cell which is the conversion of solar energy into electrical energy.


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  • The Importance of Herbicides as a biochemical control - A Short Review


Kirtimala R. Gopal

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Herbicide use is progressively being taken on around the biosphere. Many non-industrial nations (China, India, and Bangladesh) are confronting deficiencies of laborers to hand weed fields as a large number of individuals move from provincial to metropolitan regions. In these nations, herbicides are far less expensive and more promptly


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  • Student’s attitude and knowledge towards solar energy and their uses


Mr. Pawan M. Chatare

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The purpose of this study is to find out the knowledge and attitude of undergraduate level science students about Solar energy and their uses. The sample selected for this study is group of 100 students from first year, second year and Final year classes of undergraduate level having Physics as major subject


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  • THE STUDY OF THE POPULATION STRUCTURE OF THE INSECT PEST OF RICE AND THEIR NATURAL PREDATORS, AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SUCH FACTORS AND THE WEATHER VARIABLES IN UTTAR PRADESH


Dr.Rama Kant

Abstract:
This study focuses on the region of Uttar Pradesh, and some of the issues that are explored include the population dynamics of rice insect-pests as well as their interactions with abiotic variables. incidence and prevalence of insect-pests that eat rice as a food source. During both of the kharif seasons in 2015 and 2016, extensive crop monitoring of the paddy was carried out. According to the results of this investigation,


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  • Water Bloom: Formation and Management


Dr. Shashi Kanta

Abstract:
Water bloom, they are the thick oceanic populace. These are minute photosynthetic creatures that are delivered by an abundance of supplement salts in the surface water, they bloom and breed on the water surface with sufficient daylight expected for photosynthesis. Water blossom is a reason for the fast expansion in the number of inhabitants in the green growth which is liable for the water body to change its own variety. This change is brought about by a sort of microorganisms known as 'cyanobacteria'. Hence, Water blossom gets its primary beginning from the blue green growth which we will be additionally examined


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