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  • A STUDY ON ETHNOMEDICINAL PLANTS OF TWO KANI TRIBAL SETTLEMENTS OF PERINGAMMALA PANCHAYATH, THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, KERALA, INDIA


Nusaifa Beevi P and Saru Krishna

Abstract:
Documentation of indigenous knowledge through ethnobotanical studies is important for the conservation and utilization of biological resources.


1-15
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  • BUDGETING PLANT NUTRIENTS FOR OPTIMUM CROP YIELDS AND SOIL FERTILITY MANAGEMENT


M. Usman

Abstract:
A nutrient budget takes into account all the nutrient inputs on a farm and all those removed from the land.


16-27
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  • SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF SOME NOVEL ASPARTIC ACID DERIVATIVES OF NUCLEOBASE


Dhaval V. Bhanotra, Dilip V. Gami, Bhavesh S. Varavadiya, Govind R. Varde, Milan A. Sharda

Abstract:
A systematically planned organic synthesis of the compound was carried out in order to synthesize new compound which have significant anti-cancer and other anti-microbial properties.


28-37
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  • THE IMPORTANCE OF ZINC IN PLANT GROWTH – A REVIEW


Komal Rudani, Vishal Patel and Kalavati Prajapati

Abstract:
Zinc is plant micronutrient which is involved in many physiological functions its inadequate supply will reduce crop yields. Zinc deficiency is the most wide spread micronutrient deficiency problem, almost all crops and calcareous, sandy soils, peat soils, and soils with high phosphorus and silicon are expected to be deficient.


38-48
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  • PARENTAL SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF SICKLE CELL ANEMIA IN KANO STATE, NIGERIA


Maryam Muhammad Rabiu , Shamsudeen YAU , A.M Getso

Abstract:
This study investigated parental socioeconomic status and management of sickle cell anaemia in Kano State, Nigeria through an observational cross-sectional research design.


49-61
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  • POST-MONSOON SEASON SELECTED PHYSICOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS& TRACE METALS FOR TESTING OF GROUND WATER OF TAKHATPUR AREA, BILASPUR, CHHATTISGARH, INDIA


Rakesh Kumar Yadav, Dr. M.R. Augur

Abstract:
Due to increased human population, use of fertilizers and man-made activity water is highly polluted with different harmful contaminants. Natural water contaminants due to weathering of rocks and leaching of soil etc.


62-69
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  • A REMOTE SENSING APPROACH TO UNDERSTAND THE MORPHOMETRIC CLASSIFICATION AND GEOLOGIC IMPLICATIONS OF CHAIBASA-NOAMUNDI BASIN, JHARKHAND, INDIA


Smruti Rekha Sahoo

Abstract:
The Proterozoic Kolhan siliciclastic rocks around Chaibasa-Noamundi region (2.0 - 2.2 Ga) exhibit extensive development of thickly bedded sandstone, impersistent conglomerate and huge deposits of shale with lenticular patches of limestone which lies unconformably over Archaean granitoid basement in the eastern side, whereas western contact is faulted with Iron Ore Group of rocks.


70-76
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  • VEGETATION ANALYSIS OF OVER STOREY LAYER OF SOUTHERN CORE AREAS OF SIMILIPAL BIOSPHERE RESERVE: A MANAGEMENT IMPLICATION


R. K. Mishra , R. C. Mohanty, P. K. Nayak

Abstract:
This paper reports diversity and distribution pattern of tree species at four different sites of southern core areas of Similipal Biosphere Reserve (SBR) at elevations ranging from 785-869 meter above sea level.


77-90
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  • EFFECT OF NITROGEN SOURCE, VITAMINS AND LIGHT PERIOD ON THE GROWTH OF MARINE DIATOM PHAEODACTYLUM TRICORNUTUM BOHLIN UNDER INDIAN CONDITIONS.


Debesh Chandra Bhattacharya,Manoj Kumar

Abstract:
The earth is considered a huge repository of microbes with immense diversities, both in terms of quantity and qualitative characteristics of microorganisms. Diatoms are considered among the highest contributors of primary productivity in the ocean by virtue of their photosynthetic efficiency and accumulation of photosynthates, mainly in the form of lipids.


91-97
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  • METABOLITES GENERATION VIA OXIDATION, HYDROXYLATION, ACYLATION, DECHLORINATION, DEALKYLATION & GLUCURONIDATION OF LOSARTAN BY THERMOPHILIC FUNGUS RHIZOMUCOR PUSILLUS NRRL 28626


G.Shyam Prasad, K.Srisailam

Abstract:
Biotransformation potential of a thermophilic fungal strain Rhizomucor pusillus NRRL 28626 was investigated using anti-hypertension drug losartan as a model drug in order to find the metabolic similarities of this fungus with that of mammals.


98-115
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  • PHYTOREMEDIATION OF HEAVY METALS CONTAMINATED SOILS USING PEROTIS INDICA


Subhashini V, Swamy AVVS, Osama Asanousi Lamma, Sasi Devi B

Abstract:
Phytoremediation is a technology that exploits plants ability to remove pollutants from the environment or render toxic compounds harmless.


116-127
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  • EVALUATION OF MARINE MANGROVE PLANT AVICENNIA MARINA AGAINST TOBACCO CUT WORM SPODOPTERA LITURA FAB


Arockiamary Fernandez. P , Vasumathi. D, Arunkumar G, Sindhuja D

Abstract:
The present study provides a test of the behavioral activity of the tobacco cut worm Spodoptera litura Fab. (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) with the different solvent extracts of marine mangrove plant Avicennia marina.


128-135
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  • AN APPLICATION OF FLOATING CONSTRUCTED WETLAND REACTOR TO PHYTOREMEDIATION OF SEWAGE


Asmita B.Daspute-Taur, Renuka G. Thete-Jadhav, S.L.Jadhav, Shankar S., Shingadgaon, B. L. Chavan

Abstract:
To study the application of phytoremediation for the treatment of sewage, the Floating Constructed Wetland Reactor (FCBRs) of macrophyte Beds were designed and fabricated with plastic crates and locally available materials including macrophyte.


136-144
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  • जल संकट की समस्याओं एवं समाधन में महत्व : एक भोगोलिक अध्ययन


डॉ विनिता तंवर , राजकुमार चौधरी

Abstract:
Hindi Language article


145-155
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  • EFFECTS OF ALKALINE-STEEP TREATMENT ON THE MALTING PROPERTIES OF TWO NIGERIAN RICE CULTIVARS


ANIAKU, VINCENT OLUCHUKWU

Abstract:
The effects of the alkaline-steep treatment on the malting properties of two Nigerian rice cultivars (WitA4 and SPP1) were investigated. The germinative capacity of 96.0% and 97.0% respectively showed that both cultivars had good malting potentials


156-167
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  • A STUDY OF WINDOWS SERVER 2016


Rahul

Abstract:
Windows Server 2016 is latest server operating system which was designed and given by Microsoft to general public as part of the Windows NT family of operating systems, developed in combination with Windows 10.


168-181
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  • EFFECT OF HEAVY METAL POLLUTION ON THREE DIFFERENT FRESH WATER FISHES IN RIVER CAUVERY


Mahalakshmi. R and Maruthanayagam.C

Abstract:
The present investigation was aimed to estimate the heavy metal toxicity and accumulation in widely consumed fresh water fishes of river Cauvery at Mayanur check dam (Tamil Nadu).


182-190
18
  • An Essay on the Prerequisites for the Probability Theory


Mukesh Kumar Pathak

Abstract:
The probability calculus and statistics as well permeate nearly every discipline and professional sector, while no theories underpinning this wide spreading field reached universal consensus so far


191-203
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  • “Scenario of the role of Nanocomposites in the removal of the organic and inorganic pollutants from wastewater – A Review”


Ramkrishna Y. Patle

Abstract:
In the last two decades, developing countries like India are now on the verge of facing the challenges of wastewater remediation


204-214
20
  • SYNTHESIS OF NANOCRYSTALLINE CADMIUM DOPED INDIUM OXIDE BY COMBUSTION METHOD


P.M. Chatare

Abstract:
Abstract Nanocrystalline Cd doped Indium Oxide was successfully synthesized by combustion method at a lower calcinations temperature in a short time. The synthesized particles were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD). The average crystallite size Cd doped In2O3 from XRD was found to be 20.17 nm by using SchererÂ’s equation. Cd doped In2O3 is widely used in gas sensing technology.


215-219
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  • Seasonal variation in the Physico-Chemical Parameters of Mandavi Water Reservoir in Dist. Chhindwara (Madhya Pradesh).


Vandana Khandate(2), Dr. Sukhdev Dongre(1), Dr. Harshlata Sontakke (2).

Abstract:
The present paper is the study report about the analysis of various physico- chemical parameters and their seasonal variations of the water of Mandavi water reservoir situated in Pandhurna tehsil of Dist. Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh. In the study the Physico-chemical parameters Air Temperature, Water Temperature, Secchi Transparency, Dissolved Oxygen, Biochemical Oxygen Demand, Chemical Oxygen Demand, pH, CO2, Total Alkalinity, Turbidity, Sulfate, Chloride and Total Nitrogen from four points of the reservoir are measured during March 2017 to February 2018


220-226
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  • Adducts of the Copper(II) complexes of cyclo(1,2)-dibiguanidinyl [bis 2-hydroxy-w(benzoyl/4-chloroben-zoyl/3-nitrobenzoyl/3,5-dinitrobenzoyl) acetophenone ]with pyridine,2-methylpyridine and 4-methylpyridine


Dr. Anita

Abstract:
Copper(II) forms neutral, anionic and cationic complexes, both non-chelate and chelate. The d9 configuration subjects Cu(II) to Jahn-Teller distortion if placed in an environment of cubic symmetry and this has a profound effect on its stereochemistry. The Jahn-Teller effect decreases the energy of the dz2 orbital which is, therefore, occupied by two electrons while the dx2_y2 orbital is occupied by two electrons only.


227-234
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  • An analysis of the Antheraea mylitta hemolymph's to biochemical.


Dhamendra kumar Bharti1* , Dr.Bhrigu nath2*, Diviya Jyotti2*

Abstract:
The purpose of the research on the "Biochemical analysis of Tasar silkworm haemolymph" is to find basic strategies for enhancing silk performance characteristics that are required to create rural livelihood jobs and generate foreign income. Mylitta antherae The life cycle of the holometabolous insect Drury includes the phases of eggs, larva, pupa, cocoon, and adult. There are five larval instars, and they feed on a variety of secondary host plants in addition to the principal host plants including Arjun (Terminalia arjuna), Asan (Terminalia tomentosa), and Sal (Shorearobusta). The fifth instar larva weaves the silk around the leaves it has just devoured, creating the cocoon from which Tasar silk is reeled. The larvae feed voraciously on the leaves of their host plants. Useful silk proteins are produced by silkworms as a biofactory. These natural polymers are biodegradable, include reactive functional groups, and may be linked to other polymers to be employed in customised delivery systems


235-250
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  • Investigation of Mechanism for the Oxidation of Tyrosine by Pyridinium Chlorochromate in Acidic DMF-Water Medium by Spectrophotometric Technique: A kinetic study


Munna Lal Meena

Abstract:
The kinetics of oxidation of Tyrosine by pyridinium chlorochromate in DMF-water (70:30 %) medium in presence of perchloric acid leads to the formation of corresponding aldehyde. The reaction is of first order each in [PCC], [HClO4] and [Tyrosine]. Michaelis-Menten type kinetics was observed with Tyrosine. The reaction rates were determined at different temperatures [25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50 °C] and the activation parameters were calculated. The reaction does not induce polymerization of acrylonitrile. With an increase in the amount of DMF in its aqueous mixture, the rate increases. A suitable mechanism and rate law for the reaction was postulated.


251-260
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  • GREEN CHEMISTRY APPROACHES TO SUSTAINABLE SURFACE TREATMENTS FOR ECO-FRIENDLY WATER-BASED PIGMENTS


KUVALEKAR MAHESH MADHUKAR Dr. Kavindra. S. Malik

Abstract:
The typical finishing and dyeing procedures that are used in the textile industry have a significant influence on both the health of humans and the environment. The use of hazardous chemicals, the use of enormous quantities of water, the discharge of effluents created by the textile industry into water bodies, the ineffective treatment of the effluents that are released, the emissions of water into the atmosphere, and the large amount of energy that is consumed are all factors that contribute to this impact. The current investigation's objective is to examine the ways in which green chemistry concepts may be used in environmentally responsible wet-treatment procedures for textiles. The utilisation of enzymes, which belong to the biochemical approach, as well as physical therapeutic procedures such as plasma, ozone technology, and UV radiation are discussed in this work. Specifically, it examines the use of natural dyes and various technologies, such as Air Dye, ultrasonic, microwave, plasma, supercritical carbon dioxide, electrochemical, and Nano-DyeTM, in the context of dyeing.


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