Prof. Dr. ISMAIL YILDIRIM





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September 2015

Truscreen - an optoelectronic device with real - time results a new technology for cervical cancer screening
Dr. Agnes Vijaya, U., Purushothama Reddy, K., Srinivasullu, M. and Abd Srinivasulu and Mallesh, M.

Background: Truscreen is a portable system used to directly identify cancer or pre-cancerous cells in cervical tissue. Truscreen uses low levels of electric signals and light to examine the cervix by gently touching the surface of the cervix with a hand-held wand. The system comprises a hand piece, console and single use sensor (SUS).The hand piece uses advanced electro-optical biosensors to measure the response of cervical tissue to light together with tissue capacitance. Unlike cytology,...

Structure of Po-K-Ternary ideals in Po-Ternary semiring
Dr. Madhusudhana Rao, D., Siva Prasad, P. and Srinivasa Rao, G.

In this paper we introduce the notion of PO-k-ternary ideals, full PO-k-ternary ideal and characterize PO-k-ternary ideals. We will prove some results about these PO-k-ternary ideals and full PO-k-ternary ideal.

The study of prescribing pattern of general practitioners in a semi Urban area – An audit
Dr. Rajaram, G., Dr. Sugirda, P. and Dr. Lenin, R.,

AIM: To study the prescribing pattern of General Practitioners in a Semi Urban Area. Methodology and Results: In this study, a total of 500 prescriptions were collected from the general practitioners of Viluppuram, a semi urban area and analyzed using WHO/INRUD indicators. There were average 3.5 drugs per Prescription. Drugs were prescribed in generic name only in 0.32%. About 52% drugs were prescribed from Essential drug list, only 21% of prescriptions were complete in respect to patient...

The assessment of vitamin d status in the patients of diabetic nephropathy: A case control tertiary institutional based...
Saumyajit Maiti and Kamal Lochan Das

Introduction: Diabetic nephropathy is an established risk factor for several cardiovascular diseases and the leading cause of chronic kidney disease in patients. Vitamin D promotes calcium metabolism and normal mineralization and formation of bone. Vitamin D has a great role in cell growth, proliferation, differentiation and apoptosis. It has important functions on neuromuscular and immune system. Aims: To evaluate the status of vitamin D3 level in diabetic nephropathy patients and to find...

Digital back propagation in optical solitons for PBR reduction
Gaganpreet Kaur

We investigate the use of Digital Back Propagation technique to optical solitons for long distance transmission. An optical solitons pulse has been transmitted over distance of 18,000 km. Results indicate a finite pulse spreading with pulse Broadening Ratio (PBR) of 13. But using Digital back propagation over virtual fiber of 800km before receiver detection helped reduce the PBR to nearly zero.

Pattern of adverse cutaneous drug reactions presenting to general practitioners in a semi Urban area
Dr. Rajaram, G., Dr. Sugirda, P. and Dr. Lenin, R.

Aim: To study the pattern of cutaneous adverse drug reactions presenting to general practitioners in a semi urban area. Methodology and Results: This study was conducted among general practitioners of Villupuram, a semi urban area in Tamilnadu State. During the study, a total of 48 CADRs were reported. Data were collected using standard CDSCO ADR form. The majority of CADRs were observed in the age group of 20-40 years. According to WHO causality assessment, 39 were probable and 9 were...

A comparative study to solve the differential algebraic equation systems by using genetic algorithm and neural networks
Wahed, M.E., Abdelslam, Z.A. and Eldaken, O.M.

In this paper, the solution system of differential algebraic equations (DAES). A novel hybrid method for the solution of ordinary and partial differential equations is presented here. The method creates trial solutions in Genetic Algorithms, neural network form using a scheme based on grammatical evolution. The trial solutions are enhanced periodically using a local optimization procedure. The proposed method is tested on a series of ordinary differential equations, systems of ordinary...

Observations on the hyperbola Y2 = 102x2 + 33
Gopalan, M.A. Vijayasankar, A. and Kumari, V.

The binary quadratic equation is considered and a few interesting properties among the solutions are presented. Employing the integer solutions of the equation under consideration, a special Pythagorean triangle is obtained.

On special linear polynomial sequences
Gopalan, M.A., Vidhyalakshmi, S. and Thiruniraiselvi, N.

This paper concerns with the study of obtaining an infinite sequence of linear polynomials such that the product of any two or three consecutive polynomials plus or minus their sum and increased by a polynomial of degree two with integer coefficients is a square of polynomial.

Roosting ecology of grey francolin (Francolinus pondicerianus) in salt range, Punjab, Pakistan
Sangam Khalil, Maqsood Anwar, Iftikhar Hussain, and Naureen Mustafa

The roosting habit of Grey Francolin (Francolinus pondicerianus) was studied in cultivated as well as in forest habitats in Salt Range, Punjab, Pakistan. Roosting trees and shrub were identified in the study area, these includes Acacia modesta, Acacia nilotica, Dilbergia sisso as tree species and a shrub Zizypus jujuba. The study showed that grey francolin mostly roosts on Acacia modesta tree which indicates the association of this species with this tree. It usually roosts before the sunset...

Optimization and performance evaluation of cotton seed delinting machine
Ugwu, K. C., Ogbuagu, N. J. and Egwuagu, O.M.

An electrically operated cotton seed delinting machine was optimized and its performance was evaluated. The machine was modified by introducing three pulleys with diameters as 250mm, 200mm and 120mm, which produced rotor speeds of 550rpm, 600rpm and 650rpm respectively. The rotor speeds were then used to test the designed machine and its efficiency were evaluated. The belt and pulley were used to transmit power from the electric motor to the shaft of the cotton seed delinting machine unit....

Ground water quality of bogole mandal, S.P.S.R.Nellore District, Andhra Pradesh, India
Olive Kezia Ruth and Mary Esther Cynthia Johnson

Water is the mirror of life and is essential for drinking purpose. Protected water supply is very essential for population. In the present study, pH, chlorides, total alkalinity, total hardness, calcium, magnesium, total dissolved solids, fluoride, nitrate and phosphates were assessed to note the chemistry and quality of bore well water in Bogole mandal, Nellore district. The pH of J.P. Gudur was 5.5 and Nagulavaram 6.0 mg/L which is below the permissible limits given by WHO (1984) and BIS (...

Studies on thermal behaviour of nano crystalline ceramic lazrybaca2cu3o11
Anitha S Nair and Jayakumari Isac

Nano crystalline ceramic LaZrYBaCa2Cu3O11 is prepared by the solid state reaction method. The process is mechanically done by high energy ball milling. The mixed powder is synthesised and calcined in a specially designed high temperature furnace. The pure material prepared is then calcined in ambient air and optimum temperature so that the desired homogeneity and phase formation is acquired. Using TGA, DTA and DSC thermal behaviour of the sample at a high temperature is studied. EDX analysis...

Genetic distance and relationship among indigenous goats using blood biochemical polymorphism
Shoyombo, A.J., Animashahun, R.A., Izebere, J., Olawoye, S.O., Yakubu, H. and Musa, A.A.

Quantitative description of genetic diversity of some Nigerian indigenous goat population is scanty. Biochemical characters were used to determine the relationship among Red Sokoto, Sahel and West Africa Dwarf .Equal numbers of breed (Red Sokoto, Sahel and WAD from Sokoto, Borno and Ogun state were sampled for blood biochemical polymorphic traits (Haemoglobin (Hb), Transferrin (Tf) and Carbonic anhydrase (CA) loci) using a total of 900 goats. Generally, genetic distance analysis based blood...

Biodiversity of am fungi in the cassava grown soils of semiarid tropics of Tamilnadu
Karthigairaj, M. and Kalaiarasu, S.

The distribution of Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and the mycotrophy of cassava in the soils semiarid tropics of Tamilnadu in relation to physico-chemical properties, nutrient status, depth and types of soils were studied. he native AM spore populations were significantly low and ranged from 90-170 100 g of soil. The cassava root colonization by native mycorrhizal fungi ranged from 38.85 to 56.50 per cent. The organic carbon content of the different soil samples was poor and ranged from 0.38...



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