Volume 5 Issue 1

Sr. No. Title Author’s Name(s) Abstract Page Nos. Article
1. Effect of Various Physico-chemical and Hormonal (GA3) on Seed Germination of Dioscorea deltoidea Wall. ex Kunth. Vinay Kumar Dioscorea deltoidea Wall. ex Kunth. (Dioscoreaceae) is commonly known as singli-mingli, Kins and Ganj. It grows in the North-Western Himalayas at altitudes ranging 1,000 3,500 m amsl. This medicinally important plant species is categorized as endangered. The seed viability status was almost maintained at least for 6 months. As the storage period progressed, a consistent decline in seed viability was observed.Click Here To Read More 01-07 DOWNLOAD PDF

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2. A Study to Assess the Water Quality of Satluj River at Wajipur Kalan, Ludhiana, Punjab Navendu Sharma and Yogesh Kumar Walia Satluj river is a tributary of Indus River and is one of the longest river that flows through Punjab. Domestic wastes, municipal sewage, industrial effluents, agricultural run-off etc. influences the water quality of river directly or indirectly. This study was carried out at Wajipur Kalan, Ludhiana, a Point of confluence of Buddha Nala which drains into Satluj river after passing through highly populated Ludhiana of state Punjab during May, 2015 to April, 2016.Click Here To Read More 08-13 DOWNLOAD PDF

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3. Growth Performance and Chemical Analysis of Some Plants Irrigated
with Chlor-alkali Effluent
Dashmeet Kaur Arora and S. P. Singh Nowadays, the major reason of water pollution is industrial effluent. Chlor-alkali effluent disposed from chlor-alkali paper mill is having very high pH, BOD and COD values as well as organic and inorganic materials. Lower concentration of effluents may act as fertilizer but higher concentration has toxic effects.Click Here To Read More 14-17 DOWNLOAD PDF

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4. Thyroid Dysfunction in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Saharanpur (INDIA) Ashwani Sharma, Varu, Md. Arif Naseer & S. C. Das The Incidence of Maturity onset diabetes i.e. type 2 diabetes is increasing in India. Thyroid dysfunction which was considered as a very rare hormonal disorder is also having a rising trend in incidence. Keeping in view of both the hormonal disorders and also other studies the present work in Saharanpur (India) was carried out to know the relationship if any between the two diseases.Click Here To Read More 18-20 DOWNLOAD PDF

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5. Characterization of Indigenous Rhizobium Strain Isolated from lentil in
Rajshahi, Bangladesh
Ali Mohammad Nushair, Ananda Kumar Saha, Md. Anisur Rahman, Moni Krishno Mohanta & Md Fazlul Haque Rhizobium spp. was isolated from root nodules of lentil (Lens culinaris L.), and its morphological, cultural, physiological and biochemical characteristics were studied. It was observed that the colonies were circular, light pink, convex, entire and opaque. The bacterium was gram negative, rod shaped, aerobic, non-spore forming and motile.Click Here To Read More 21-25 DOWNLOAD PDF

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6. Indian Rural Banking – Role of Regional Rural Banks Manish Khanna & S. Vaibhav The financial possibility of the RRBs (Regional Rural Banks) has, however, been a matter of concern since the 1980s, just five years after their existence. A number of committees have gone into the issue of their financial possibility and feasible restructuring. India’s economy is primarily rural in nature. Over the past few years rural India has witnessed an increase in the buying power of consumers, accompanied by their desire to upgrade their standard of living.Click Here To Read More 26-29 DOWNLOAD PDF

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7. A Mathematical Model Suggestion for Land-Use Based on Urban Infrastructure Halil İbrahim Polat Especially after 20th century in Turkey, it has been observed that unplanned settlements have increased regardless of planning criteria with the acceleration of immigration to large cities. Because of this, the earthquake hazard has increased the risk threat as the most frightening actor. Therefore, there is no inconvenience in expressing that the land-use based on urban infrastructure is the primary factor determining earthquake behaviour.Click Here To Read More 30-40 DOWNLOAD PDF

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8. Damage, Weight Loss and Aspergillus section Flavi Infection in Stored Maize Grains in Shumar Gewog, Pemagatshel Tshewang Dendup & Phurpa Dorji Maize is grown as the staple food crop in Eastern Bhutan; however, the post-harvest practices are worrisome. The maize cobs are being heaped in the open field or in the house for days when there is labour shortage, leading to the fungal infection. Moreover, de-husked maize is stored in sacks after partial sun drying, favoring fungal growth. This study examined the incidence of Aspergillus section Flavi and also assessed grain damage and weight loss due to insect pests. 60 maize samples were collected from Nangkor, Shumar, Shali and Gamung villages under Shumar Gewog, covering low and mid altitudes maize production zones.Click Here To Read More 41-45 DOWNLOAD PDF

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9. Assessment of Elemental, Proximate and Phytochemical Analysis of
Solanum incanum L. (Peels) from Albaha (KSA) Area
Bader Omer Burham Assessment of the mineral composition, proximate, and phytochemical of Solanum incanum to screen phytochemical constituents of the medicinal plant named (Solanum incanum L.) belonging to family Solanaceae, was undertaken using standard methods. The plant under study used for coward milk and also in the manufacture of cheese, but it does also have various medicinal uses that make it a valuable addition to the diet.Click Here To Read More 46-51 DOWNLOAD PDF

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10. Effect of Power Law Model on Cylindrical Surface Texture on the Isothermal Performance of Parallel Plates Pankaj Kaib, S. Kango , R. Jamwal , S. Vaibhav & Ravi Kant Badhwa The present study investigates the effect of cylindrical surface texturing obeying power law model on finite parallel plates. The modified Reynolds equation is solved numerically through finite difference approach with central differencing scheme. It has been observed that the combined effect of non Newtonian rheology and cylindrical surface textured improve the performance of parallel plates according to the operating parameters i.e. speed, load and dimple depth.Click Here To Read More 52-58 DOWNLOAD PDF

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11. Assessment of Phytoplankton Community as a Bio Indicator of Organic Pollution in the Drainage System of the Edku Lagoon, Egypt. Nabila R. Hussien and Fatma A. Zaghloul The phytoplankton community structure, as well as its seasonal variation, was analyzed and discussed in the four drains inflow to the Edku Lagoon over 7 years, from summer 2009 to winter 2016. Palmer’s and Shannon-Weaver biotic indices were used in the assessment of the water quality of the different drains. The recognized phytoplankton species were 238 comprising 86 genera and 5 groups: 97 Bacillariophyceae, which formed 40.8% by number of the total phytoplankton standing crop, 74 Chlorophyceae (44.92%), 34 Cyanophyceae (4.77%), 23 Euglenophyceae (9.38%) and 10 Dinophyceae (0.13%).Click Here To Read More 59-71 DOWNLOAD PDF

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12. Evaluation of Cytological Effects of Fusilade and Sencor Herbicides on Somatic Cells of Glycine max (L.) Merrill Magda I. Soliman, Zakaria A. Baka, Ashraf A. El-sayed and Lamyaa E. Mansour The present study has been conducted to investigate the mutagenic effects of two herbicides: fusilade and sencor on somatic cells of Glycine max with respect to the mitotic index, phase index, mitotic abnormalities and chromosome aberrations. For evaluation of cytogenetic effects, root meristem cells of G. max were treated with (4.2, 12.5, 20.8 ml/L) fusilade and (1.6, 2.5, 3.3 g/L) sencor for three exposure times (6, 12, 24h). The obtained results indicated that fusilade had a marked mitodepressive action while sencor had a mitopromotor action on mitosis.Click Here To Read More 72-82 DOWNLOAD PDF

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13. Entrepreneurial Orientation and Entrepreneurship Development: A Study of Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute Irm Jalali Bodha Entrepreneurial growth is the most important factor responsible for the growth and development of the entrepreneurship at any place. It is the contemporary concept having a broad horizon to activate the production and progress of any place. Entrepreneurship is not an ascribed state of mind or body but can be developed after certain set of training and skill development. Entrepreneurship development has become an indispensable sphere for the growth and development of any place. In order to cater this need the state came up with the platform for entrepreneurship development in the form of Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute. The present paper is about the role of Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute in developing an entrepreneurial Orientation among the people of Jammu and Kashmir and therefore leading the entrepreneurship development of the state in general and people in Particular.Click Here To Read More 83-86 DOWNLOAD PDF

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14. Ageing as a Challenging and Stressful Phase of Life: An Analysis of Old Aged People in Jammu and Kashmir Irm Jalali Bodha Ageing is more often connected with an increased morbidity and functional disabilities too. The gradual decrease in energy, acceptance of changing social setup and portraying up of older people as a burden on the financial resources proves very chaotic and stressful for the family in general and aged people in particular. It is observed that successful resolution of psychological crisis stage is ultimately related to the satisfaction of life and the successful or healthy ageing too, however the unfortunate thing here is that the pain and the suffering associated with age tend to be neglected most of the times and so their life satisfaction. The study therefore is a micro level psychosocial analysis of old age people from Jammu and Kashmir. It also includes chronicty of multiple health conditions and the reflection of the inadequacies provided to the old aged people in the later stages of life.Click Here To Read More 87-90 DOWNLOAD PDF

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