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July 2015

Improved Cultivation of black tiger shrimp by the application of Microorganisms and Novel Biomolecules
Prasenjit Barman, Partha Bandyopadhyay, Keshab Chandra Mondal and Pradeep Kumar Das Mohapatra

Studying the importance of ENVIRON-AC an analytical investigation was performed for the accuracy and acceptability of the product. Regarding the microbial status, it was found that the total bacteria were found 50±1.45×109 cfu/gm, where Lactobacillus sp. and Bacillus sp. were 27±1.45×109 and 24±1.45×109 cfu/gm respectively. Protease enzyme was found in highest amount (90.22 U/gm). The product also showed antimicrobial activity against Vibrio harveyi MTCC No. 7954. The amount of total ammonia...

Dynamic follow-up of endurance in body muscles exertion after active treatment of patients with Chronic back pain
Maria Vakrilova Becheva

To examine the sustainability of the recovery of the body muscles during physical exertion, after application of a special kinesitherapeutic program in patients with chronic low back pain. The study included 110 patients diagnosed with chronic low back pain, divided equally into two treatment groups. The participants of the experimental group performed the recommended special exercises 3 times a week at home and those in the control group only followed the guidelines of the physician....

Dispersion of light in Cholesteric liquid Crystal and mixtures at 3030k
Gharde Rita and Bhave Manisha

In the present work, the dispersion of light at 3030K in Cholesteric liquid crystal(CLC), Polymer dispersed CLCs and nanopowder dispersed CLC as well as PDCLCs is studied using multiple wavelength refract meter. The variation of the refractive index of a medium with wavelength constitutes the phenomenon of dispersion. In Cholesteric Liquid Crystals a twist is superimposed on the usual parallel arrangement of molecular associations. A Polymer-dispersed Cholesteric liquid crystal (PDCLC) film...

Learners’ consistency in Mathematics Performane – An investigation through Statistical procedure
Dr. Karuna Baruah

This paper deals with the study of consistencies of performance in mathematics of 21 randomly selected schools in Nalbari District of Assam. Ideally the performance in mathematics should be improved consistently. The mathematics performances measured by the class average scores of three tests viz. Class VIII Annual Examination, Class IX Annual Examination and Mathematical Ability Test (MAT) conducted in Class X were used to investigate the consistency of performances of all the 21 schools....

Comparative study of some Engineering properties of teak, mahogany and AGBA structural Timbers in Makurdi, Nigeria
Ogah Obam and Ogbo, Erima

Structural Timber plays major role in housing and bridge construction programmes of many developing nations. In Makurdi, Nigeria many types of structural timber are used for roof truss. This research finds some of the engineering properties of Teak, Mahogany and Agba structural timbers, commonly used for this purpose. Laboratory experimental procedures were used for the research work. Teak was discovered to have about 17 and 12 percent more moisture content than mahogany and agba...

Mucormycosis in Immunocompetent pateint: a case report
Priya Malik, Yadav, S.P.S. Pansi Gupta, Chandni Sharma, Surender Singh

Mucormycosis is an uncommon opportunistic fungal infection, which is often aggressive and life-threatening. Mucormycosis typically occurs in patients with diabetes or immunosuppresion. However, mucormycosis can also occur in immunocompetent individuals. The most effective treatment consists of early diagnosis, reversal of underlying predisposing factors, early surgical debridement of necrotic tissue and administration of antifungal therapy. We present the case of an immunocompetent young...

The Selected properties of Laminated rattan strip from large Diameter Calamus Manan-effect of bonding direction
Norul Hisham Hamid, Mohd Afiq Mokhtar, Paridah Md. Tahir, Mohd Fitri Yazid and Noraishah Hassan

The laminated rattan strip from large diameter rattan (Calamusmanan) of more than 50 mm was investigated. The commercial rattan was cut into square shape of 25 mm X 10 mm X 320 mm (W x T x L) and glued together with urea formaldehyde resin (UF) either as face to face or edge to edge bonding. Each bonding was fabricated to 2, 3 and 4 layers. The physical and mechanical properties were tested in according to Japanese Agricultural Standard (JAS) and British Standard (BS). Overall, the study...

Metal complexes of Schiff base Ligand 3-(((3-(2-Hydroxyphenyl)-1-phenyl-1h-pyrazol-4-yl)methylene)hydrazono)indolin-2-...
Siddappa, K. and Nabiya sultana, M.

Metal complexes of Schiff bases derived from isatin monohydrazone and 3-(2-hydroxyphenyl)-1-phenyl-1H-pyrazole-4-carbaldehyde is reported and characterized by elemental analysis, conductance and magnetic measurements, IR, UV-Vis, mass, 1H NMR, as well as by ESR and XRD studies. The low values of the molar conductance indicate non electrolyte type of complexes. Based on spectral data and magnetic moments, an octahedral geometry may be proposed for Co(II), Ni(II) and Cu(II), complexes while a...

Diclofenac sodium UV Degradation
Jimena Ruiz, Mario R. Delfino (h), Celina M. Monzón, Nelly L. Jorge and María del C. Sarno

Diclofenac sodium (2- [2 - [(2,6-dicloro-fenil) amino] phenyl] sodium acetate) is an nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug widely used today as an analgesic, anti-arthritic and anti-rheumatic. It is susceptible to stress caused by UV radiation. In this work photodegradation of diclofenac was monitored in batch mode using a photolysis orthogonal chamber. Diclofenac aqueous solutions of pH 9 were subjected to the effect of UV radiation of 254nm from a mercury lamp UVP with wood glass, located at...

Formulation of reverse Micellar fuel Microemulsion: Investigation of phase behaviour, Interfacial composition, effect...
Ashish D. Gadhave and Jyotsna Waghmare

Due to stringent environmental norms, a lot of research is going on to reduce exhaust emissions coming out from diesel engines. Diesel microemulsion is one of those alternate techniques. In fuel microemulsion, microexplosion triggers complete combustion of all the components and thus, high reduction in hazardous gases from diesel engines. The main focus of this research is to formulate and characterize diesel-based reverse micellar microemulsion. In a blend of two non-ionic surfactants,...

Effects of Hexavalent Chromium on female Reproductive functions
Neila Marouani, Olfa Tebourbi, Dorsaf Hallegue, Moncef Mokni, Mohamed Tahar Yacoub I, Mohsen Sakly, Moncef Benkhalifa, Khémais Ben Rhouma

Hexavalent chromium (CrVI) is an environmental contaminant which may be associated with reproductive abnormalities. In the present study, we examined the effect of CrVI on rat female reproductive function. Female Wistar rats received a daily intraperitoneal injection (ip) of potassium dichromate (1 or 2 mg/kg body weight) for fifteen consecutive days. The relative weight and histology of ovary and uterus were determined as well as follicule counting and duration of estrous cycle. Cr level in...

Characterization of five heavy metal fractions in Agricultural soils around the mine area of Draa Lasfar, Marrakech-...
Barkouch, Y., El Fadeli Sana, Lakmichi Hind, Khadiri Mohy Eddine and Pineau, A.

It is well known that, heavy metals have affinity for different compartment in soil. The risk associated with the presence of metals in soil is their potential ecotoxicity and ability to enter the food chain. Total metal content of a soil is inadequate for predicting the toxicity of heavy metals in soil. Hence, sequential extraction was used in this study to fractionate five heavy metals (Al, Cd, Cu, Pb and Zn) in soils collected from a mining area in order to determine the fraction of the...

Prevalence of Dyslipidemia in Asymptomatic young adults attending a MHC in a Tertiary hospital in Chennai
Sneha Thomas, Sudagar Singh, R. B., Damodharan, J. and Siva Prakash

Study Objectives: To study the prevalence of dyslipidemia in young asymptomatic non- diabetic adults and to determine and correlate the significance of associated risk factors.
Patients: This was a cross sectional study consisting of consecutively selected 500 asymptomatic non - diabetic adults aged between 20-40 years who presented themselves for a routine master health check up to Sri Ramachandra Medical Centre, Chennai from September 1st 2011 - August 30th 2012. Patient information...

Assess the Effectiveness of planned teaching Programme on Knowledge regarding febrile Seizure among mothers of under...
Dr. Anitha Rajendrababu and Manimegalai

The study to assess the planned teaching programme on knowledge febrile seizure among the mothers of under five children in Chennai. One group pre-test post-test design was used and 30 mothers of under five children were participated through non-probability convenient sampling technique. The tool consists of socio-demographical variables and questionnaire was used with 20 items with four point rating scale and the level of knowledge was classified as inadequate knowledge (<50%),...

Bioremediation organophosphate pesticides (Malathion and Profenofos) by selected Indigenous bacteria in Rawa Pening...
Isworo, S., Purwanto and Sabdono, A.

Bioremediation of pesticide Organophosphat (Profenofos and Malathion) and utilize Indigenous bacteria from Rawa Pening is an effort to restore the ecological balance of the water due to leaching of Profenofos and lathiMaon. In the process of Bioremediation bacteria required to elect and selected therefore required a screening process involves the isolation, identification and genetic information to get the bacteria have the ability best degradation. Screening is done by qualitative and...

Electrocardiographic changes in acute stroke patients
Dr. Abhilash Somasundaran, Dr. Jayaraj, K., Dr. Alvin Treasa George, Dr. George, G. and Dr. Antony, T. P.

Introduction: Many new onset cerebrovascular accidents, both ischemic and hemorrhagic subtypes have been found to have electrocardiographic changes in the absence of a primary heart disease, which has created a dilemma in clinical management. Hence we estimated the prevalence of ECG changes in stroke patients, and analysed and compared ECG changes among stroke subtypes.
Materials and methods: A prospective study was conducted in a tertiary hospital in Trichur, India over a period of...

Mortality pattern in hair dye poisoning in tertiary care hospital
Rajavel Murugan, P. and Padmavathi, T.

Insecticides ingestion has been one of the common modes of poisoning in India so far. Recently , hair dye is emerging as a newer mode of poisoning because of its easy availability and low cost. Ingestion of an emulsion-based hair dye with the major component being paraphenylenediamine (PPD) could produce laryngeal edema, rhabdomyolysis and renal failure. This retrospective analysis of hair dye poisoning serves to highlight mortality pattern encountered in a tertiary care set up and to...

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