Prof. Dr. ISMAIL YILDIRIM





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November 2014

Effects of aerobic and anaerobic training on heart rate responses to active stress
Elamaran, M.

The study was proposed to appraise the changes on heart rate responses to active stress with aerobic and anaerobic training among untrained male university students. Forty-five untrained male university students, in the age group of twenty to twenty-five years were selected as participants, and they were segregated into three groups namely: control, aerobic and anaerobic training groups. The duration of experimentation period was restricted to twelve weeks and the frequency of training was...

Impact of single session resistance exercise at different times of day on heart rate rhythm of handball players
Chittibabu, B.

The purpose of the study was to find out the impact of single session resistance exercise at different times of day on heart rate rhythms of handball players. To accomplish the purpose of the study five (5) male handball players were selected. These handball players performed single session of resistance exercise for 2 hours at morning: 6:00-8:00h, afternoon: 12:00- 14:00h and evening: 16:00-18:00h. In this study after single session of resistance exercise at above said times the data was...

Prevalence of classical enterotoxin genes in staphylococcus aureus isolated from food handlers in makkah city kitchens
Omar B Ahmed and Bassam H. Mashat

Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus) is Gram-positive cocci that can produce staphylococcal enterotoxins (SEs). The SEs are emetic toxins and are the causes of Staphylococcal food poisoning (SFP). The aim of this study was to investigate the presence of classical SEs genes in methicillin sensitive Staphylococcus aureus (MSSA) and methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) strains isolated from 200 adult male workers in Makkah, by polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Our results showed that...

Optimal design of a fabric shell using a coupled fem-optimization procedure
Jaime Horta-Rangel, Humberto Uehara-Guerrero, Teresa Lopez-Lara, Luz Perez-Rea, Juan Hernandez-Zaragoza and Eduardo Rojas-Gonzalez

On this work it is shown the behavior of a prestressed spatial steel structure joined to a catenoid fabric shell. This structure was projected based on a minimalist concept, and was designed to cover large spans with a minimum weight. The bearing structure is formed by tube bars joined by prestressed cables. The cover is a catenoid shell made of polyester fiber. The study has focused on the analysis and design of this complex structure by using Finite element method (FEM). Wind effects are...

Microbial quality and chemical adulterants evaluation in the raw and pasteurized milk
Ritu Tangri and Anshu S. Chatli

Milk is considered as a complete diet as it contains the major elements required for the growth and maintenance of body like proteins, fat, sugar, minerals and vitamins but it has been observed that it also acts as suitable medium/vehicle for the pathogenic/spoilage microorganism. It is also likely to be contaminated intentionally/unintentionally at various level of production, processing and marketing. Therefore, the present study was conducted with an objective to assess the quality of...

Serotyping of pasteurella multocida based on capsules in ducks in kelantan, malaysia
Khan, M. Z. I., Sultan, I. I. A. A., Arshad, M. M. B., Erkihun, A. and Sani, N. I.

The present study was carried out on 65 duck liver to investigate the serotypes of Pasteurella multocida causing fowl cholera in the state of Kelantan, Malaysia. These samples were obtained from different farms in Kelantan which was preparing for marketing purpose during the period from August to December 2013. Bacterial isolation, morphological identification, biochmical properties, and bacterial DNA extration for PCR revealed that out of 65 samples 4 were P. multocida positive, confirmed...

Measuring job satisfaction among lecturers in public university using structural equation model
Azme Khamis and Nur Khalidah Khalilah Binti Kamarudin

The universities in Malaysia indirectly contribute to the nation’s future development by developing a pool of professionally educated and trained employees. Therefore, in general it is undeniable that the role of lecturers is really important in producing a quality graduate who will in turn brings up the nation ahead since the educated graduates are the assets of one country. The main purpose of the study is to investigate certain factors influencing on job satisfaction, namely workload,...

Utilization of stem cells in craniofacial regeneration and repair
Deshpande, S., Mujoo, T. and Shee, I.

The use of craniofacial tissue engineering lies in its ability to assist in the regeneration or de novo formation of dental, oral, and craniofacial structures that have been lost due to congenital anomalies, trauma or diseases. As such, several craniofacial structures, such as the mandibular condyle, calvarial bone, cranial suture, and subcutaneous adipose tissue have been engineered from mesenchymal stem cells, growth factor, and/or gene therapy approaches. Earlier, durable materials such...

A comparative analysis of liquidity and profitability of indian car industry, Tiruchy
Buvaneswari, R. and Kanimozhi, P.

The Automobile actually began about 4000 years ago when the first wheel was used for transportation in India. Several tailings recorded designs for wind driven vehicles. The first was Guidoda Vigevano in 1335. Vaturio designed a similar car which was also never built. Later Leonardo da vinci designed clockwork driven tricycle with tiller steering and a differential mechanism between the back wheels. For many years after the introduction of automobiles, there kinds of power sources were in...

Sulfonated melamine formalin resin as a corrosion inhibitor for mild steel in acidic media
Thiruppathy, J., Ragu, M., Karuppasamy, P., Ganesan, M., Rajendran, T. and Sivasubramanian, V. K.

Inhibition of corrosion of mild steel by Sulfonated melamine-formalin resin was investigated in Sulfuric acid medium (0.5 M) at various temperatures (303,313,323,333K) with the conventional weight loss, electrochemical polarization and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS). Weight loss method reveals good inhibition efficiency of the Sulfonated melamine-formalin resin and supports the data of electrochemical measurements. Polarization techniques substantiate the adsorption of...

An assessment of agricultural solid waste compost quality produced in lebanon
Mohamad Ezzedine, Mirna Sabra, Fadwa Berri, Mohamad Mortada and Salem Hayar

In the present work, we tried to valorize the agricultural garbage in order to get a substratum fertilizing soil. For it, gone up us in batteries of the miscellanies of olive marcs, of banana residues, of the lootings of grapes, the feathers as well as the residues of tobacco. These batteries have been followed regularly by physical-chemical measures (T, pH, Hu, EC...) and whose maturity has been studied by tests of germination and elongation of the roots of cress and cucumber. The physical-...

Core teaching skills for panchakarma
Dr. Pulak Kanti Kar, Dr. Abichal Chattopadhyay, Prof. Banwari Lal Gaur

The inspired core teaching skill is the dignified way to magnify the Panchakarma in an ethical form. The encapsulated skill is bestowed with the practical knowledge with help of qualitative code of teaching materials and the teaching skill is successfully comprehended with its required appliances as and when necessary to treat the disease in a stipulated way. In Charakasamhita, the methods of teaching are based upon these facts. This concept has been explored in this paper.

An imperative study on toxicological evaluation of hospital wastewaters
Pratibha Sharma, Mathur, N., Singh, A. and Bhatnagar, P.

Hospital effluents are heavily loaded with pathogenic microorganisms, pharmaceuticals partially metabolized, radioactive elements and other toxic chemical substances such as antitumor agents, antibiotics and organohalogen compounds. The exposure to hazardous health-care wastewater can result in infection, genotoxicity and cytotoxicity, chemical toxicity, radioactivity hazards, physical injuries and public sensitivity. Humans are particularly exposed to such wastes by the drinking water...

Physiochemical and microbiological study of river water of ganga and yamuna in allahabad
Inderdeep Kaur and Deen Dayal Verma

Ganga and Yamuna are two main rivers of north India and the area around them is the fertile Indo-Gangetic plain. Yamuna merges into Ganga at Triveni Sangam in Allahabad. During festival season people take a holy dip in the Ganga river and Sangam and also use it for drinking. Sangam is the site for the Kumbh Mela every twelve years, Ardh Kumbh Mela every six years and Magh Mela every year. Various sources of pollution make the water of these rivers unfit for human consumption. This study was...

Planar cell polarity proteins vang-1 and dsh-2 contribute to jnk-1 activation in c. elegans embryogenesis
Sebastian Honnen, Olaf Bossinger and Michael Hoffmann

Morphogenesis requires Jun N-terminal kinase (JNK) and planar cell polarity (PCP) signaling in many organisms. However, regulation of JNK activation during morphogenesis is still elusive. Combined data from Xenopus and Drosophila indicate that JNK is activated under circumstances in which PCP is also activated. VANG-1, the ortholog of Strabismus/Van Gogh and DSH-2, one ortholog of Dishevelled, are core components of PCP and mediate intercalation of intestinal cells during morphogenesis in C...

Effect of sweetener on the glycemic index and sensory properties of homemade peanut butter
Bautista, S. R., Chavez, E., Dimaano, W., Lacambra, D. M. and Barcelon, E.

In this study, three formulations of peanut butter were developed using refined sugar, coconut sugar and Stevia sweetener. The glycemic index (GI) values of the three peanut butters were calculated using the available carbohydrates (ACHO) and GI of each ingredients used in the formulation. As calculated, GI values of peanut butter with refined sugar, coconut sugar and stevia sweetener were 43.58, 19.46 and 14.0 respectively, and classified as low glycemic foods. Color, aroma, mouth-feel,...

Trends of groundwater hydrology in coastal regions of Chennai
Annapoorani, A., Murugesan, A., Ramu, A. and Renganathan, N. G.

Groundwater analysis is carried out to identify the quality of groundwater due to increase in population, industrial growth in Chennai city. Intrusion of seawater was determined using hydro geochemical ions to know the origin of salinity in the coastal areas of Chennai city. Samples were collected monthly in the year of 2012 from the coastal areas of Chennai city and analyzed. The distribution of ions indicates that variation of sodium and chloride are more towards the seashore and calcium...

The production of pure nitrates of lanthanum, neodymium, europium and ytterbium solutions of uranium in kazakhstan
Aibassov Yerkin, Kenzhaliev Bagdaulet, Suleimenov Esen, Aibassov Gizatulla and Abenov Bakhyt

This paper presents the results of the search of complex processing of raw uranium as the development of the production of rare earth metals in Kazakhstan.

Iridium (III) –hydridecyclometallated-imine complexes, as a result of C-H bond activation in coordinated ligand,...
AbdulhamidAlsaygh, Jehan Al-humaidi, and Ibrahim Al-Najjar

I.R., 1H and 31P NMR spectra of the solution of [IrHCl (X-benzylidene) (Y-pyridine) (PPh3)2] and [IrHCl(X-benzylidene) (Y-thiazole) ((PPh3)2] in CDCl3 show that the hydride resources absorb in the range of δ (-) 14.60 – (-) 15.04 ppm for pyridines complexes and in the range ofδ (-) 15.46 – (-) 19.98 ppm for imidazole’s complexes.The hydride complexes formation strongly suggest that oxidative addition of CH=N to iridium take place by =C-H bond activation of the imineligand.The disposition of...

Water pollution in damoh district - a critical review
Dr. Mukesh Kumar Napit

Damoh is a industrial city. High values of TDS, TH, chloride, alkalinity, calcium and magnesium were found in most of the groundwater samples of surrounding areas and effluent out -let samples of cement effluent treatment plant due to cement industries of damoh and improper treatment of cement effluent treatment plants. Though the CETPs are treating the effluent, the sonar and kopra rivers and the surrounding ground water quality gets deteriorated. This review critically analyses water...

Characteristics of lactic acid bacteria being proposed as starter cultures for extending the shelf life of a nigerian...
Olaoye, O. A.

This finding was aimed at investigating the characteristics of selected strains of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) being proposed for use as starter cultures for extending the shelf life of tsire, a Nigerian grilled meat product. The LAB strains used included Lactobacillus plantarum, Streptococcus lactis, S. bovis, Pediococcus acidilactici and Pediococcus sp., which were previously isolated from beef. The pH value of below 4.5 was recorded in growth medium of the LAB isolates. The highest...

Leaf phytochemistry of invasive alien species ‘billy goat weed’ (ageratum conyzoides l.)
Anbarasan, R. and Prabhakaran, J.

The present investigation was aimed to investigate the phytochemical profile of invasive weed species ‘Billy goat weed’ (Ageratum conyzoides L.) leaves using GC-MS techniques. Results of preliminary analysis of phytochemical screening showed that the presence of alkaloids, flavonoids, terpenoids, glycosides, steroids, tannins, volatile oils and,saponin in methanolic leaf extracts. In pet.ether, alkaloids, flavonoids and volatile oils were noticed. But in chloroform extract, alkaloids alone...

Density functional analysis of 1,4-divinylcyclohexene under external electric field
Selvaraju, K. and Jayalakshmi, P.

The Au and thiol substituted 1,4-divinylcyclohexene molecule has been studied for the zero field and various levels of applied external electric fields (EFs) using Density functional theory (DFT). The variation in bond length, variation in atomic charges calculated from MPA and NPA methods, reduction of HOMO-LUMO gap (HLG) and the increase of electric dipole moment with the increase of external EFs (from zero to 0.21 VÅ-1) of the molecule have been analyzed. From the isosurface...



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