Prof. Dr. ISMAIL YILDIRIM





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June 2014

Analysis of visual recognition memory changes resulting from pre and post natal music practice
Jayanthy, C. V. and Dr. K. Vaithianathan

The purpose of this study was to determine the “Analysis of Visual Recognition Memory of infant Changes Resulting from Pre and Postnatal Music Practice”. To achieve this purpose the investigator met the people, from hospitals and clinics in and around of Chidambaram randomly selected thirty Pregnant women in third trimester subjects. And their age between 20 to 35 years. The selected subjects were assigned into 2 groups: prenatal music group (n=15) and control group (n=15). The criterion...

Causes Of Hiv/Aids Underdevelopment Countries: A Critical Review
Bhola Nath Ghosh

AIDS, is relatively a new disease, was first recognized in 1981. This paper reviews how cultural beliefs and customs amongst different societies and other socio-economic factors play important roles in the spread of HIV/AIDS in the societies especially in backward economies of Africa. Many of these beliefs and customs are enshrined within the institution of marriage and the family. Outside the family and the marriage setting, many other predisposing factors have also been at the centre stage...

Appraisal Of Development Control Activities In Ogbomoso South Local Government, Oyo State, Nigeria
Ibrahim, Rafiu Babatunde and Toyobo Adigun Emmanuel

Leapfrog type of physical development is a common phenomenon of Nigerian cities and towns. The dimensions of these problems, their frequency and devastating consequences, have enmeshed policy makers and professionals, especially town planners in a difficult puzzle of how to unravel the chaotic physical environmental consequences. It is against this background that this study assesses the impact of development control on physical development planning in Nigeria using Ogbomoso South Local...

Effect of pyrolisis temperature and distillation on character Of coconut shell liquid smoke
Lombok, J. Z., Setiaji, B., Trisunaryanti, W. and Wijaya, K.

A research on effect of coconut shell pyrolisis temperature and liquid smoke distillation on character of resulted liquid smoke has been done. Objective of the research is to identify effect of coconut shell pyrolisis temperature and liquid smoke distillation on character of coconut shell liquid smoke distillate. Liquid smoke was obtained with pyrolisis using pyrolisis reactor on temperature range of 150 to 450oC. Liquid smoke purification was done by decantation, filtering and distillation...

Factors Influencing Adoption Of Money Marker Pump Technology And Its Impacts On Household Food Security Status In Bondo...
Okello Godfrey, Nguono Millycent , Ouma Evans, Ngode Lucas, Mulongo Leonard

Food insecurity remains a major challenge in the marginal areas of Western Kenya which is mainly inhabited by the small holder farmers due to unpredictable rainfall patterns and frequent droughts. The money maker pump technology was launched in October 1998 in response to a demand by farmers for a pump that can push water uphill as well as simply pulling it up from the source. The mission was to lift millions of people in Africa out of food insecurity in a quick, cost-effective and...

Ecotoxicology: effect of acute and sub chronic exposure to heavy metals (lead and nickel) and its impact on...
Mohammad Javed Kamal Shamsi

Pollution is one of the major environmental problems which deteriorate the natural environment nowadays and their characteristic features are harmful for the human life and desirable species as well. The heavy metals like Lead and Nickel are the essential elements that may biaccumulate to toxic level, especially in the fishes. These elements creates the majority toxicity symptoms in larval stage, tertogenic and other deformaties in the living beings. There is a paucity of information...

Effect of growth regulators on vegetative propagation and growth of patchouli (pogostemon cablin (blanco) benth.)...
Devendra Kumar, B. Mehera, Alok Kalra, Arvind Bijalwan, Manoj Kumar Tripathi

The experiment was conducted to find out the vegetative propagation of patchouli (Pogostemon cablin (Blanco) Benth.) inside the mist chamber at Allahabad region of Uttar Pradesh, India . Three different sizes of stem cuttings (8, 10, and 12cms) of patchouli were dipped in different concentration of IBA (500, 1000, 1500 ppm) with control condition to check the best fit concentration in respect to its rooting behavior. It was observed that the rooting response of Patchouli varied with size of...

Synthesis, Spectral Characterization And Antimicrobial Studies Of Some Novel Schiff Base Metal Complexes Of Vanillin...
Mangaiyarkkarasi, P. and Arul Antony, S.

A series of novel metal complexes of general formula [ML2]Cl2 and [CrL2Cl2]Cl where M is Cu(II), Co(II) and L is a Schiff base formed by condensation of dihydropyrimidone derivative of vanillin (Biginelli Product) and 4-aminoantipyrine have been prepared and characterized by analytical, spectral, magnetic and conductance measurements. Magnetic measurements and electronic spectral studies suggest an octahedral structure for the Cr(III) complex and square planar geometry for Cu(II) and Co(II)...

Effect Of Feeding Levels On The Growth Of Tor Putitora At Fry And Fingerling Stage
Simple Sawhney

The effect of different feeding levels (viz., 1%, 3%, 5%, 7%, 9% and 11% of body weight) on the growth and food conversion ratio of Tor putitora at fry and fingerling stage was investigated for a period of 60 days to determine optimum feeding rate in laboratory conditions. The result of the experiments indicate that the fry obtained the highest average final weight with 9% feeding level, followed by 11%, 7%, 5%, 3% and 1%. There was insignificant difference (P>0.001) in final weight gain...

Evaluation of some radioactive elements (rubidium, strontium, yttrium, Niobium and zirconium) in soils in parts of jos...
Miranda N. Mboringong and Edwin Y. Mbiimbe

The Jos Plateau is situated in the central part of Northern Nigeria, on a rugged terrain of low lands at the edge of the Plateau surface (Hyde, 1986). It is the principal centre of tin and colum bite mineralization, which forms the focal area of Younger Granites (Macleod et al., 1971). A total of thirty soil samples from Rayfield, Bukuru and environs on the Jos Plateau were analysed for Rubidium (Rb), Strontium (Sr), Yttrium (Y), Niobium (Nb) and Zirconium (Zr) using the X-ray fluorescence (...

Solution to profit based unit commitment problem Using genetic algorithm
Rama Krishna, P. V. and Sukhdeo Sao

In this paper a genetic algorithm approach is used to solve profit based unit commitment problem under deregulated environment. The profit based unit commitment under deregulation involves determining the time intervals for commitment of generating units for an individual power producer to maximize his profit considering the effect of spot market prices. To validate the proposed algorithm a system with 10 unit data has been considered with usual unit constraints.

Analysis And Evaluation Of The Use Of E– Learning Facilities For Teaching And Learning In Public Junior Secondary...
Chukwumaromanus Allison, and Clementinanneka Allison

This Researchstudy investigated the performance analysis and evaluation of the use of e – learning facilities for teaching and learning in public junior secondary schools in Abuja Municipal Area Council of FCT, Abuja, Nigeria from 2013 till date. 200 junior secondary school teachers were randomly selected across the Abuja Municipal Area Council for the survey. A research instrument was developed on the availability and utilization of e-learning materials by the teachers. The instruments...

A Critical Study Of Hydraulic Jump In Stilling Basin With Vertical End Sill
Mubeen Beg

Present work deals with a critical study on hydraulic jump in stilling basin with vertical end sill. The objective of present study is to assess the effectiveness of vertical end sill and its position on control of length of stilling basin to economize the cost of stilling basin. The work has been carried out based on reliable data collected from published work of various investigators on hydraulic jump in stilling basin with vertical end sill. The effectiveness of vertical end sill in...

Screening of plants for anti-quorum sensing potentials against biofilm producing gram negative bacteria
Florida Tilton, Nirmal Kumar, P. and Lakshmi Priya, K.

The gram-negative bacteria produce signaling molecules for combining with the other bacteria producing the same signal such as N-acyl homoserinelactones (AHL) for the formation of biofilm. The anti-quorum sensing potential of Acalyphaindica, Azimatetracantha, Anethumgraveolens, Calophylluminophyllum, Cassia alata, Erysimumofficinale, Euphatoriumtriplinerve, Leucasaspera, Phyllanthusamarus and Vincarosasea collected from Tamil Nadu were analyzed. These plants were tested for their...



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