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  • THE EFFECT OF DEXAMETHASONE AND PREDNISOLONE ON CALCIUM AND SODIUM CONCENTRATIONS IN MALE RABBITS


Mohammed Bilal Abdullah, Zaid Mohammed Mubarak Al-Mahdawi

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This article was conducted to investigate the side effects of dexamethasone and prednisolone drugs in a dose (0.2 mg/kg) on calcium and Sodium in the Lepuscuniculuadomestica rabbits.


1-9
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  • THE CHONDROCRANIUM DEVELOPMENT OF STENODACTYLUSSLEVINI(SQUAMATA: GEKKONIDAE) II STAGE II


Mai A. AL-MOSAIBIH, Samar M.H. SULAIMAN

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This work aims to study the development of the chondrocranium genus Stenodactylusslevini from Gekkonidae family.


10-31
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  • BENEFICIAL EFFECTS OF CARICA PAPAYA LINN SEEDS AGAINST ESCITALOPRAM OXALATE HEPATOTOXICITY IN FEMALE MICE


Laila A. Hummdi, Aisha D. Alalwani, Bushra Abd NehmeEmtenan A. Arishi,

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The aim of this study was to report the protective effect of aqueous extract of carica papaya Linn seeds against antidepressant drug (Escitalopram oxalate) histopathological impairment.


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  • INFLUENCE OF CALOTROPIS PROCERA AQUEOUS LEAF EXTRACT ON HISTOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY OF LIVER, KIDNEY AND RED BLOOD CELLS IN ALLOXAN-INDUCED DIABETIC RATS


Ajiboso, S.O.

Abstract:
Diabetes is becoming the third killer disease of mankind, after cancer and cardiovascular diseases because of its high prevalence, morbidity and mortality.


53-68
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  • NONLINEAR OPTICAL PROPERTIES STUDY IN FLUORESCEIN WITH DIFFERENT CONCENTRATIONS


Hussain A. Badran, Hussain F. Hussain, Aqeel L. Mghames

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The nonlinear optical properties of the Fluorescein solution were studied using single beam Z-scan technique with a continuous-wave Diode laser radiation at 473 nm.


69-76
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  • STABILITY TESTING IN DEVELOPMENT OF DRUG PRODUCT


Shelly Khurana1, Dhirender Kaushik2, Rohit Kumar3

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Every Pharmaceutical Product is having a specific shelf-life. It means up to that time the product will remain robust i.e. it will remain unaffected by variety of environmental factors such as humidity, light and temperature


77-85
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  • Qualitative Analysis of Physico-Chemical Changes as per Nutritional Aspects of Stored Wheat Grain in Various House Hold Containers


Pramod Kumar Singh AND Dr. N.K.Pruthi

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There has been a considerable amount of work designed to investigate “the reasons for the variability in the nutritional value of wheat. Some studies have focused on its origin (variety, site of growth, etc.) or physical measurements (storage time, inclusion form, etc.), and their influence on nutrients digestibility, gut structure and function


86-94
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  • Impact of Chemo-Toxicity of Main Drain Sewage Water in Muzaffarnagar Region: An Analysis


Ajay Baboo Sharma and Dr. N.K.Pruthi

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Muzaffarnagar is a monetarily rich locale arranged in the most fruitful fields of two extraordinary waterways Ganga and Yamuna in the Indo-gangetic fields, with agrarian land inundated by both surface water and groundwater.A portion of the substances among these can be highly toxic and should be expelled during the procedure of wastewater treatment.


95-101
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  • A Critical Study of Co-evolution of parasitic fungi and insect hosts


Dr. Namita Kumari

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Parasitic fungi and their insect hosts provide an intriguing model system for dissecting the complex co-evolutionary processes, which result in Red Queen dynamics. To explore the genetic basis behind host–parasite coevolution we chose two parasitic fungi (Beauveria bassiana and Metarhizium anisopliae, representing the most important entomopathogenic fungi used in the biological control


102-108
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  • COMPARATIVE STUDY OF OLFACTORY ORGANS OF CHANNA PUNCTATA (BLOCH) AND HETEROPNEUSTESFOSSILIS (BLOCH)


Prakash L. Ghodeswar1., Nilesh D. Gorghate2.,Prashant P. Ingale3., and Suresh C. Masram*4.

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The present study is an attempt to examine the histology with the help of light microscope (LM) of the olfactory epithelium and olfactory bulb of spotted snakehead Channa punctata and Heteropneustesfossilis.The olfactory organ of teleostconsists of olfactory rosette, olfactory nerve, and olfactory bulb. In C. punctata paired, oval shaped olfactory rosette present in the olfactory chamber on fish rostrum. Olfactory chamber opens externally via an anterior inlet and a posterior nostril outlet..depending on presence of olfactory receptor neurons olfactory lamellae has two regions, sensory and non-sensory


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  • ELASTIC CABLE-CONNECTED SATELLITES SYSTEM UNDER SEVERAL INFLUENCES OF GENERAL NATURE: JACOBEAN INTEGRAL OF MOTION IN CIRCULAR ORBIT


Sangam Kumar1* and Joydip Ghosh2

Abstract:
Jacobean integral of motion of a system of two artificial cable connected satellites in circular orbit under several influences of general nature is obtained. Cable connecting the two satellites is light, flexible, non-conducting and elastic in nature. Several influences of general nature are earth’s magnetic field, solar radiation pressure, shadow of the earth and earth’s oblateness. These influences are the perturbative forces acting simultaneously on the system concerned


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  • Impact of Combined Abiotic and Biotic Stresses on Plant Growth


Shweta Kumari

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Plants performance to combined with stress factors and exhibit several special responses, alongside other basic responses. In this manner, to completely perceive the effect of consolidated abiotic and biotic stresses on plants, it is essential to comprehend the idea of such communications


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  • Tribological Characterization of Dental Materials


Dr. Kundan Kumar Singh

Abstract:
Tribology is the study of friction, wear and lubrication when two solids are in relative motion against each other.The tribological response of human teeth depends strongly on both microstructural orientation and location inside the same tooth. In order to evaluate the tribological properties of the human tooth, fretting wear tested were carried out against alumina under a loadof 1N for 2000 to


132-138
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  • STUDY OF THE POPULATION SIZE, PREDATORY COMPLEX AND BEHAVIOURS OF NILGAI IN INDIA w.s.r. To NORTH BIHAR.


Dr. Praveen Kumar* and Dr. Arun Kumar**

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The Present research work has explained the population size, Predatory complex and behaviours of Nilgai in India. The research work has confirmed the population size, predatory complex and behaviours of Nilgai and loss of crops, cereals, fruits by Nilgai


139-143
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  • Remedial Flora in Parwan Province and its Economical importance


Dr. Pushpa Singh

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Remedial Flora in Parwan Province and its Economical importance


144-152
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  • Five Dimensional Stiff Fluid Cosmological Model in Lyra Geometry


Kalpana Pawar1, N. T. Katre2*

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Five Dimensional Stiff Fluid Cosmological Model in Lyra Geometry


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  • “Bioluminescent Colours” : and its composition


Mr.R.M.Meshram

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“Bioluminescent Colours” : and its composition


162-165
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  • A Report for Phylloplane Myco-diversity : Minireview


Jagiya A. A , Zingare A. K, Kawale M. V.*

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A Report for Phylloplane Myco-diversity : Minireview


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  • Integrated disease management of wheat against Foliar Blight disease caused by Bipolaris sorokiniana


Jyotsna Das1*, Soma Mukherjee2, , P.M.Bhattachrya3, and A.K.Chowdhury3

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Foliar blight of wheat is probably the most serious diseases of wheat in the ME 5A mega environment characterized by high relative humidity. A number of pathogens viz. Bipolaris sorokiniana, Alternaria triticina


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  • वैदिक आचार्य की अवधारणा


डाॅ॰ सन्दीप कुमार

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वैदिक आचार्य की अवधारणा


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  • A STUDY ON CORONAL MASS EJECTIONAND ITS SIGNIFICANCE


Mohinder Paul Dr. Sanjay Rathore

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A coronal mass ejection (CME) is a critical arrival of plasmaalong with magnetic field from the solar corona. They regularly follow solar flares and are typically present during a solar conspicuousness ejection. The plasma is delivered into the solar breeze, and can be seen in coronagraph symbolism


189-195
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  • Wavelet Analytical Approach toHuman Face Expressions and Basic Emotions


Bijendra Singh and Anil Kumar

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Wavelet transform is an important tool and being frequently used in the various field of image processing due to its ability of simultaneously providing the spatial and frequency representation of an image. The emotions develop behavioural tendencies in the poser as well as perceiver. An image signal is passed through an analysis filter bank consisting of a low pass and high pass filter at each decomposition stage and followed by a decimation operation. In each level of wavelet decomposition, theimage is decomposed into four sub-bands corresponding to approximationLL1and detail HL1,LH1 and HH1


196-204
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  • Hepatoprotective activity of Acacia nilotica extract in carbon tetrachloride induced albino rats.


Suryakant, Dr. Rajesh Khare , Dr.S.D. Dwevidi

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The present study was carried out to access the antioxidant activity of Acacia nilotica fruit. Plant Acacia nilotica belongs to family leguminoceae. Its common name in Hindi is Babool the aerial parts and roots are used in herbal drugs for different diseases carbon tetrachloride is a common hepatotoxin used for experimental purpose to induce liver disorder.


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  • EXTRACTION AND ESTIMATION OF PROTEIN CONTENT GOAL TREATED SEEDINGS OF Medicago sativa Linn.


Gopal K.R.

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Effect of herbicide Goal (2-Chloro-4’-trifluoro methyl phenyl -3- ethoxy-4-4nitro phenyl ether) on macromolecular protein content of treated seeds lings was studied of Medicago sativa Linn. The seeds were soaked for 24 hours and germinated inder laboratory conditions. These treated seedlings were studied for protein content. The percentage of protein gradually decreased after herbicidal treatment. As the concentration increased the percentage of protein content decreases. Therefore, protein percentage per seedling was 0.96 at and 0.27 at 500 and 2500 ppm, respectively.


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  • TOXICOLOGICAL EFFECT OF HEAVY METALS ON THE SEED GERMINATION OF SPINACH


Usha Raghuvanshi Dr.Neelam Chopra Dr.Geeta Paryani

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The effect of heavy metal toxicity on stem and root length, total protein, fiber characteristics, moisture content, and nutrient composition of spinach were evaluated. Plants were grown in clay pots and treated with various concentrations (mg/kg) of lead (Pb; 300, 400 and 500), cadmium (Cd; 0.5, 1 and 1.5) and zinc (Zn; 300, 400 and 500). 250, 500 and 700) was treated with. ) as well as those of Cd and Pb (0.5/300, 1/400, 1.5/500), Cd and Zn (0.5/250, 1/500, 1.5/700), and Pb and Zn (300/250, 400 ) mixture 500, 500/700). Simulated soils contaminated by prolonged irrigation with wastewater containing heavy metals


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  • Introduction and Importance of Medicinal Plants and Herbs in Pharmacognosy


Mr. Rameshwar Madhukar Ardad Dr.Shashikant C. Dhawale

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Medicinal plant use dates back to ancient times and may even predate modern medicine. To this day, compounds derived from plants remain an essential resource for the pharmaceutical industry. For thousands of years, people have turned to plants as a source of medicine for the treatment of a wide range of conditions. Numerous records show that plants were used in the Indian, Egyptian, Chinese, Greek, and Roman medical systems to treat a wide variety of illnesses. Studies in pharmacognosy, the study of medications obtained from natural sources like plants, often lead to the creation of brand new pharmaceuticals


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