Volume 7 Issue 1

Volume 7 Issue 1 (January, 2019 to June, 2019)

Sr. No. Title Author’s Name(s) Abstract Page Nos. Article
1. Morphological and Skeletal Malformations Induced by Gabapentin in Rat Fetuses and their Amelioration by Ginger Gamal M. Badawy, Marwa N. Atallah and Saber A. Sakr The present study aimed to investigate the possible morphological and skeletal fetotoxicity of the new antiepileptic drug, gabapentin (GBP) during the organogenesis phase of the rat embryonic development and to examine the possible ameliorative role of ginger (Zingiber officinale). Morphologically, there was evident growth retardation and a high frequency of malformations in the skin, head, trunk, limbs and tail of fetuses maternally injected with GBP. Skeletal investigation revealed that rat fetuses of the GBP group exhibited delayed ossification and various skeletal malformation. Limb deformities was the most prominent feature observed followed by coastal malformations, vertebral deformities, skull anomalies and sternal defects, respectively.Click Here To Read More 01-12 DOWNLOAD PDF


[DOI]: http://dx.doi.org/10.33980/ajabs.2019.v07i01.001

2. Problem Definition on Face Recognition: A Review Akshaya Kumar Sharma and Amit Shrivastava Face recognition has many challenges due to illumination variations, large dimensionality, uncontrolled environments, aging and pose variations. In the recent years, Face recognition get remarkable improvement and accuracy to overcome these challenges, but matching in the heterogamous environment such as near infrared and visible spectrum is very challenging task. Matching of face images capture in near infrared spectrum (NIR) to face images of the visible spectrum (VIS) is a very challenging task.Click Here To Read More 13-17 DOWNLOAD PDF


[DOI]: http://dx.doi.org/10.33980/ajabs.2019.v07i01.002

3. Study on Thermal Protective Clothing for High Temperature Working Environment Le Thi Dung and La Thi Ngoc Anh In parallel with the development of the iron and steel industry and craft villages in Vietnam, many workers always have to work in high temperature environments. In order to improve the safety and production efficiency of workers working at high temperature, in this paper, we proposed the thermal protective clothing design model for industrial working at high temperature. Firstly, for the system of three layer fabric materials (composed of an outer shell, a moisture barrier and a thermal liner), body skin and the air gap between the clothing and the skin, an improved heat transfer model together with boundary/initial conditions was presented in high temperature environments.Click Here To Read More 18-23 DOWNLOAD PDF


[DOI]: http://dx.doi.org/10.33980/ajabs.2019.v07i01.003

4. An Improvement in Performance of Mobile Ad Hoc Network Using a Newfangled Bandwidth Optimization Technique Md. Torikur Rahman Now is the age of information technology. World is advancing day by day. At present in this progressing world communication from one place to another has become so easy, less costly, and faster. This modern life is almost impossible with the help of these communication technologies. People need to talk, need to share data, need to express their emotion from long distance. So they need to use technologies to communicate with one another. Nowadays the fields of MANET have yielded more and more popularity and thus MANET have become a subject of great interest for the researchers to enforce research activities.Click Here To Read More 24-29 DOWNLOAD PDF


[DOI]: http://dx.doi.org/10.33980/ajabs.2019.v07i01.004

5. Development of SCAR Markers for Rapid Identification of Resistance to Phytophthora in Durian using Inter Simple Sequence Repeat Markers Noor Camellia, N. A., Salma, I., & Mohd Norfaizal, G. Eighty inter simple sequence repeat (ISSR) primers were applied to detect polymorphisms among eight durian clones. From eighty ISSR primers used, only six primers UBC824, UBC860, UBC886, UBC888, UBC889 and UBC891 generated distinct polymorphic fragments. Out of the total of 42 bands produced from six primers, eight were polymorphic. Only 5 fragments successfully cloned to convert into sequence characterized amplified regions (SCAR) markers. Based on the sequences of the cloned ISSR fragments, six ISSR-SCAR primer sets were produced. Three SCAR markers designed from this study were examined using genomic DNA extracted from 4 accessions of Durio lowianus and Durio kutejensis and 6 accessions of hybrids and clones of Durio zibethinus. Resistance to Phytophthora infection is an important objective for cultivar improvement programmes of Durian.Click Here To Read More 24-29 DOWNLOAD PDF


[DOI]: http://dx.doi.org/10.33980/ajabs.2019.v07i01.005

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