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  • The study of the population structure and the renewal status of Xylopia aethiopica (Dunal) A. Rich, Annonaceae in the sudano-guinean zone, Cameroun


Froumsia Moksia1*, Hamawa Yougouda.2, Souare Konsala1, Mapongmetsem Pierre Marie3, Zapfack Louis4,

Abstract:
Xylopia aethiopica, known as “kimba” in the northern part and “akwi” or “ekwi” in the southern part of Cameroom, is an indigenous plant deeply valorised in Africa. The study aims to assess its population structure and dynamics effect contributing to the sustainability management of the natural resources in the Sudano-guinean zone in Cameroon


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  • EVALUATION OF ELISA FOR PREGNANCY ASSOCIATED GLYCOPROTEIN (PAG) DETECTION IN SWAMP BUFFALO


NGUYEN VAN HANH1,2*, MELON NOELITA DE SOUSA3, HOANG NGHIA SON4,1 AND JEAN FRANCOIS BECKERS3

Abstract:
The goal of the present study was to compare the value of PAG concentration in swamp buffalo fluid which was detected by ELISA and RIA technique. The anti-PAG antibodies using as trapping reagents in a ‘sandwich’ type of ELISA were the same in RIA method. The sera were withdrawn from pregnant buffaloes at different periods of pregnancy. The ELISA was able to detect PAG in all kind of samples, such as fetal serum, buffalo serum, alllantoid fluid and amniotic fluid.


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  • STUDY OF FUNGAL DIVERSITY OF ZOOPORIC FUNGI IN POLLUTED YAMUNA RIVER FROM DIFFERENT CATCHMENT AREAS OF DELHI-NCR, INDIA


Gayatri Tripathy*1 and P.N. Chowdhry2

Abstract:
There is enormous pollution increasing day by day in the environment due to surplus increase of population and limitation of resources. All the important parts and habitats of animals have been destroyed and humans are exploiting the earth in his own disastrous manner. Water resources are also polluted hence forth.


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  • Study of Reproductive Success in Brahminy myna (Sturnus pagodarum)


Anshu

Abstract:
The body colour of Brahminy myna (Brahminy Starling) is pale reddish – fawn plumage. The beak is yellow with a bluish base. In both the sexes black crest is present on head. In male the crest are more prominent than female crest. It is a resident breeder in eastern Afghanistan, Nepal, Srilanka and India. This passerine bird is typically found in dry forest and scrub jungle and also near human residence. This species built nest in cavity or holes of tree, wall, roof of house, railway station, wells and pipe holes etc. The brahminy starling is a single breeding bird in a breeding season. In this study it was observed that construction of nests were completed from Late February to end of the April of 2019 Generally eggs were observed from April to May of 2019. In this study it was concluded that generally brahminy myna laid 4 to 5 eggs in one clutch, average weight of an egg was 5.43 gm. and reproductive (hatching) success of brahminy myna, was 88% and fledge of birds success was 66.6% . Pecentage of mortality rate was 33.3%.


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  • THERMOGRAVIMETRIC ANALYSIS OF LANTHANIDE ALKANOATES


Manisha Saxena

Abstract:
The thermogravimetric results reveal that the thermal decomposition oflanthanide octanoatesi.e, lanthanum, cerium, praseodymium and neodymiumoctanoates, iÅŸ kineticallyof zero order with energy of activation lying between 7-9K.Cal mole-1.


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