Volume 4 Issue 2

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1. Toxicity and Ferti-irrigation Assessment of Paper Mill Effluent on Agronomic Characteristics of Black Gram Akhil Gupta, Aprajita Singh, J. K. Pathak & Anamika Tripathi Impact of paper mill effluent (PME) was analyzed on black gram (Vigna mungo T-9.). Selected parameters selected were chlorophyll, protein content, root length, shoot length, leaf area and total biomass of V. mungo T-9. Effects of paper mill effluent were analyzed at different dilutions viz. 5%, 10%, 20%, 40%,30%, 50%, & control. At more than 10% of effluent concentration decline was reported in biomass, protein and chlorophyll (4.8 mg/g highest).Click Here To Read More 01-07 Download pdf

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2. Karyotype Analysis and Chromosome Evolution in Three Species of Genus Plantago L. in Egypt Magda I. Soliman, El-sayed E. Hafez, Mohammed S. Zaghlol, Linda Z. Samaan and Amira A. Ibrahim The karyotypic characters, mitotic metaphase chromosomes and karyograms of ten populations of three species of Plantago L. (P. lagopus L., P. major L. and P. squarrosa Murr.) in Egypt were determined and compared with each other. Analysis of somatic metaphase showed that the chromosome numbers were 2n = 12.Click Here To Read More 08-19 Download pdf

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3. Effect of Bio-fertilizers and Inorganic Amendments on Mineral Composition and Quality of Brassica oleracea Vivek Kumar and Seema Devi The state of Himachal Pradesh is situated in the Himalayas; which attributes to the wide and diversity in the climatic conditions. Due to seasonal climatic variations, the soil is favorable for the growth of different seasonal as well as off seasonal vegetables;Click Here To Read More 20-26 Download pdf

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4. Potential Mutagenicity of Some Artificial Sweeteners Using Allium Test Rehab M. Rizk, Magda I. Soliman and Aya A. Rashed Different concentrations of three artificial sweeteners (aspartame, sorbitol and sucralose) as well as two different exposure times (24 and 48 hrs) were applied to investigate the cytogenetical, biochemical and molecular alterations in onion (Allium cepa L.) meristematic cells. The results indicated that all the treatments induced different types of chromosomal abnormalities in non dividing cells (interphase) as well as different mitotic stages.Click Here To Read More 27-40 Download pdf

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5. Web Mining – Concept, Classification and Major Research Issues: A Review Praveen Kumari, Pooja Ranout, Ankush Sharma & Pratibha Sharma Web is a collection of inter-related data or files one or more web server whereas web mining is the application of data mining which is used to extract the valuable information from web database. Web mining also provides better performance system to end users to search for a particular thing and collect information regarding that thing by searching throughout the web server.Click Here To Read More 41-44 Download pdf

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6. Animal Drugs Used by the Tribals of India: A Review Karuna S. Verma & Sulekha Pathak India is gifted with immense faunal and floral diversity. The tribals who depend on plants and animals for their day to day life and health problems are the real custodians of the knowledge of medicinally important plants and animals. Most of the knowledge accumulated by the tribals on medicinal plants and animals is unknown to the scientific community.Click Here To Read More 45-49 Download pdf

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7. Harmony with the Feathered Bipeds: Tale of Todi Village of Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, India Sonika Kushwaha, Sachin K Maheswari and Abhishek Namdev Birds are admirable and reliable companion of humans. They have been serving mankind since time unmemorable. With the changing life styles man has become self-centered, living only to fulfill his desires. This leads to the depriving situation of other species on the Blue planet. There have been constant Laws for the conservation of wildlife in India. This paper brings to light the harmony of the inhabitants of Todi village in Moth Block of Jhansi District, Uttar Pradesh, India.Click Here To Read More 50-55 Download pdf

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8. The Possibility of a Process for Embalming and Drying Animal Tissues with Enzymes Discovered Fungus Mohammed F. Bagdadi, Sammah F. Bagdadi and Ahmed E. Yassin (Manuscript has been cancelled due to Plagiarism)

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9. The Worldwide Historical Facts Behind the Development of Hydroelectric Projects: A Review Rohit Chauhan, Jagdish Chandra Kuniyal, D. C. Pandey and Jayoti Jamwal The harness of water by human being to perform their work has thousands of year’s history. The credit of water harness for human need is belong from the Greek those used water wheels for grinding wheat into flour more than 2,000 years ago. At present hydroelectric has played a prominent part in the electrification.Click Here To Read More 60-64 Download pdf

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10. Genetic Diversity of Stock (Matthiola incana L.) Cultivars Based on Cytogenetic Characteristics Sepideh F. Irani, Mostafa Arab, Maryam Norouzi & Mahmoud Lotfi Twenty cultivars of Matthiola incana growing in various areas with different percentages of double flowers were chromosomally investigated, using fixation and staining of root tip cells. The somatic chromosome number (2n = 2x = 14) in mitotic metaphase cells and quantitative karyotypic parameters were evaluated. Aneuploidy was observed in two cultivars with high percentage of double flowers.Click Here To Read More 65-73 Download pdf

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11. Study of Scientific Concept Structure by using Concept Attainment Technique Kalpana Dixit This study examined the effects of concept mapping on the scientific concept structure of science students studying in M.P. Board and C.B.S.E schools of Bhopal. There were 50 students selected randomly from M.P. Board and C.B.S.E. Schools of Bhopal district for the study. The paper presents the use of Concept Maps as a strategy on selected topics of science.Click Here To Read More 74-77 Download pdf

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12. Study on Performance Appraisal of Public and Private Sector Bank Employees of District Hamirpur, Mandi and Shimla Ankita Sharma & Manish Khanna Appraisal is one of the key factors of organizational ability which is also the focus of this study. In simple words we can say that performance appraisal is an analysis of employee’s recent successes and failures, personal strengths and weaknesses, and suitability for promotion or further training.Click Here To Read More 78-85 Download pdf

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13. Infra-Red Absorption Spectra, X-Ray Diffraction Analysis and Thermogravimetric Studies on Neodymium Caprylate, Laurate and Myristate Chhaya Chauhan and S. K. Upadhyaya IR, X-ray diffraction and thermogravimetric studies were used to illustrate the structure of neodymium caprylate, laurate and myristate in solid state. IR results reveals that the fatty acids exists with dimeric structure through intermolecular hydrogen bonding and neodymium caprylate, laurate and myristate were ionic in nature.Click Here To Read More 86-90 Download pdf

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14. Potentiometric Study of Complexation of Gentamicin with Mn (II) Metal Ions Archana Shukla, M. K. Singh & A. K. Pandey Most of the transition metals form complexes. There are different kinds of ligands used for complexation. Metals can play an important role in modifying the pharmacological properties of known drugs after coordinating with it .The stability constants for the metal complexes are widely used in various fields such as biological processes, analytical processes, separations techniques, pharmaceuticals etc.Click Here To Read More 91-93 Download pdf

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15. Incorporation of Polyaniline on Graphene – Related Materials/Cotton Fabric by Interfacial Polymerization Pathway for Wearable Device Pandiyarasan Veluswamy* and Hiroya Ikeda Polyaniline (PANI)/ graphene composite on cotton fabric were prepared by a combination of in situ polymerization and solution process. In order to prepare PANI/graphene was initially grafted to graphene oxide via solution process where a concomitant reduction of GO occurred due to the hydrothermally and exposure of GO to KOH.Click Here To Read More 94-97 Download pdf

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16. Synthesis, Characterization and Chelation Behavior to Lanthanides Cations of New Metal Free Phthalocyanines Bearing Coumarins Derivatives A. Ben Othman, R. Medyouni, M. Trabelsi-Ayadi, L. Baklouti and N. Hamdi* Novel tetrasubstituted metal-free phthalocyanines were synthesized by the cyclotetramerization reaction of the phthalonitrile derivatives. The new compound were characterized by a combination of IR, 1H NMR, 13C NMR, UV Vis, Elemental analysis and MS spectra data. The complexation properties of the new metal-free phthalocyanines towards lanthanides cations have been investigated in Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) by means of UV spectrophotometry absorption and conductivity.Click Here To Read More 98-103 Download pdf

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17. Comparison of Feature Extraction Techniques for Face Recognition Davoud Aflakian*, M. Syamala Devi and Ekta Walia Face Recognition (FR) is the use of computer to automatically verify/identify faces irrespective of various aspects such as pose, rotation, expression, scale and illumination. It is not possible to perform FR irrespective of above aspects using any single algorithm. The paper presents a comparative study of different algorithms for feature extraction that is very important component in FR.Click Here To Read More 104-112 Download pdf

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18. Isolation and Characterization of Arsenic Resistant Bacteria from Contaminated Soil Ananda Kumar Saha, Sk. Md. Atiqur Rahman, Moni Krishno Mohanta*, Md. Fazlul Haque, Saila Naz and Rokshana Ara Ruhi Arsenic contamination in soil is a serious problem in Bangladesh. The soil bacteria which are resistant to arsenic can play an important role in reduction of arsenic toxicity of soil. Hence, the aim of the study was to isolate arsenic resistant bacteria from arsenic contaminated soil.Click Here To Read More 113-122 Download pdf

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19. Mixed Schiff Bases Chelates: Synthesis and Spectroscopic Investigation M. M. El-ajaily*, N. S. Al-barki and A. A. Maihub Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II), Zn(II) and Fe(III) mixed Schiff base chelates with Schiff bases were investigated, firstly, Schiff base formed from the condensation of 2 hydroxyacetophenone and tyrosine as primary ligand (L1) and the second one is derived from the reaction of 4-dimethylaminobenzaldehyde and 2-aminophenol as secondary ligand (L2) were synthesized.Click Here To Read More 123-130 Download pdf

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20. Solving the Riddle – the Mechanism of Suzuki Cross Coupling: A Review Bibaswan Biswas* and Goutam Kulsi* Suzuki cross coupling reaction is one of the most celebrated organic reactions of 20th century. Even though it is generally assumed that the reaction proceeds via a sequence of steps oxidative addition, transmetalation and reductive elimination the actual mechanism is much more complex. Here in this review we discuss the mechanistic studies of Suzuki cross coupling reaction along with scientific criticism.Click Here To Read More 131-140 Download pdf

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21. Physicochemical Parameters and Phenolic Compounds Contents Analysis of Different Imported Honey in Benghazi, Libya M. H. Ahmida, S. A. Bu-Hajer, N. H. Ahmida*, R. S. El Zwaey and I. A. El Sharaa The present work aimed to evaluate the quality of five honey samples in respect to their physicochemical parameters and phenolic compounds contents analysis. These honey samples included Saudi; Indian; Argentinean; Spanish and Germany. The studied honey samples were collected from local markets in Benghazi city.Click Here To Read More 141-146 Download pdf

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22. Customer Preferences towards Online Shopping Lekh Raj & Sanjay Thakur Rapid stride in technology and networking has opened new avenues for online shopping in far and remote areas of India as well. E-business is becoming a great avenue of business for entrepreneurs as well as for existing businessmen. With the advancement in networking speed and penetration of smart phones more and more customers are inclining towards online shopping because of heavy discounts and variety of products to choose from.Click Here To Read More 147-150 Download pdf

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