Volume 5, Issue 2

Sno. Title Author’s Name(s) Abstract Page Nos. Article
1 Comparative Study of Phytoplankton Community Structure in Lake Edku, Southern Mediterranean Coast, Egypt Fatma A. Zaghloul and Nabila R. Hussein Lake Edku is the third largest in the system of the northern coastal wetlands in Egypt. Itis situated on the west part of NileDelta and is c.. Read More » 1-13
2 Design and Thermal Analysis of Pine Needle Charcoal Briquette Dev Raj and S. Vaibhav The work represented in this paper focuses on the design and thermal aspectsof the pine needle charcoal briquette. Different types of brique.. Read More » 14-18
3 Biosystematics and Biocontrol of Bruchidius flavovirens Arora (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) Vinay Katoch and D. R. Thakur Order Coleoptera of class Insecta has the largest number of described species worldwide and fami-ly Bruchidae (Coleoptera: Chrysomeloidea) i.. Read More » 19-23
4 Effect of Spherical Surface Textures on the Static Performance of In-clined Slider Bearingsat Different Locations Ravi Kant Badhwa, S. K. Thakur, S. Kango, S. Vaibhav, S. Singh,and Prashant The present study investigates the effect of spherical textures at different positions on the perfor-mance characteristic of finite slider b.. Read More » 24-28
5 Phytochemical Investigation of Dicoma tomentosato Isolate Secondary Metabolites Venu Sharma DicomatomentosaCass. (Family: Asteraceae) is an erect, annual herb of dry fields and sandy arid places. The whole plant is strongly bitter a.. Read More » 29-33
6 Brief Review on the Genus Diospyros:A Rich Source of Naphthoquinones Venu Sharma Diospyros genus (Ebenaceae) comprises about 500 species. A number of them are used for their multiple pharmacological activities. Ethano-phr.. Read More » 34-53
7 Incorporation of Natural Antimicrobials in Edible Films for Food Preservation: A Review Kavitha Dhandapani , Ramya Krishnamurthy and Padma. P. Raghunathan Development of edible films proves to be a potential alternative for conventional synthetic plastic based preservation employed in food pack.. Read More » 54-59
8 Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana???An Emperical Analysis Rajneesh Kumar Sharma and ManishKhanna Financial inclusion enables improved and better sustainable economic and social development of the country. It helps in the empowerment of t.. Read More » 60-64
9 A Study on the Potential of Azolla pinnataas Livestock Feed Supplement for Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Gulshan Kumar and Hem Chander Azolla pinnatais an aquatic fern. It is a good source of high quality protein. It also contains almost all essential amino acids, vitamins, .. Read More » 65-68
10 FTIR and XRD Studies of Extracted Cellulose and Methylcellulose from Wheat Straw Swadesh Kumar and Yogesh Kumar Walia Many Straws have been utilized as crude materials for the preparation of cellulose and methylcellu-lose. The basic attention in blend finish.. Read More » 109-115
11 Copper (II) and Nickel (II) Mixed-ligand Complexes Containing 1,10-phenanthroline and their Biological Evaluation K.N.Gita, V. Chandrasekaran and P. Akilan A novel water-soluble vitamin B12 backbone Schiff base ligand containing two mixed ligand transition metal complexes Cu(II) and Ni (II)) wer.. Read More » 116-121
12 Species Diversity and Ethnobotanical Uses of Family Moraceae in District Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh (India) Sanjeev Kumar Ethnobotany is the study of past and present interrelationships between human cultures and the plants. An ethnobotanical survey of rural are.. Read More » 122-126
13 Isolation and Diversity Analysis of Soil Metagenome Tanvi,Vivek Srivastava, Zeenat Wadhwa, Raj Rani, Kanchan Makkar and Sumit Jangra Soil biology holds an important role for methodological studies. Among different niches, the highestlevel of prokaryotic diversity resides i.. Read More » 69-73
14 Simple and Effective Method for Development of Longer Shelf Life Liquid Formulation with Azospirillum brasilense strain Asp-7 Mounika N., Muralidhara Rao D., Uma A., Sandhya V.and Ali SkZ Liquid formulation is an upcoming technology to overcome the limitations associated with carrier based formulation. In our study a total of .. Read More » 127-135
15 Rainwater Harvesting through Farm Ponds in Hills of Himachal Pradesh ???Opportunities and Threats M. R. Sharma Himachal Pradesh is a hilly state and 70% of its population depends upon agriculture for their liveli-hood. 81% of the agriculture in Himach.. Read More » 136-139
16 Diversity, Nativity and Sustainable Use of Forest Flora of WatershedRissa ???Khad Tara Devi Watershed Rissa-khad falling under Sarkaghat Forest Range of district Mandi Himachal Pradesh is endowed with rich forest resources. These fo.. Read More » 74-84
17 Effect of Learning Teaching Model5E and Metacognition on Physics Mohd. Raees Khan & N.A. Kazi Traditional learning is fail in this volatile world filled with ambiguity. Learning is considered as a constructive, cumulative, self-orient.. Read More » 140-142
18 Gender Difference on Rural Consumer Behaviour for Preference of Shampoo Brand in Himachal Pradesh Jyoti Thakur and Satish Soni There has been a paradigm shift in the marketing concept as marketing has come a long way from old traditional sale concept to the new socia.. Read More » 143-153
19 Spectrophotometric Study of Adsorption of Propoxur on Indian Soils D.K. Sharma, N. Sharma andT. Dharmani With a view to evaluate the leaching potential and consequently surface and ground water con-tamination, the adsorption of propoxur, a carba.. Read More » 85-91
20 Fermentable Bioactive Peptides as a Functional Molecule Tariq Ahmad Ganaie, Huma Mukhtar, Farhana Mehraj Allaie and Shaiq Ahmad Ganie Bioactive peptides are peptides with biological activity that have positive impact on physiological func-tions of body and play a vital role.. Read More » 154-167
21 Impact of Mercury on Oxygen Consumption of FreshwaterBivalve, Lamellidens corrianus U. D. Mestry and T. S. Bhosale The present study was carried out to investigate Mercury induced Oxygen Consumption Rate (OCR) in a freshwater bivalve Lamellidens corrianus.. Read More » 92-96
22 Women???s Reproductive and Behavioral Health-A Comparison of Living Conditions in Two Northern Indian Slums Reproductive Health;Slums;Womenâ??s HealthandSanitation This cross-sectional study aimed to examine the differencesinliving conditions, behavioral healthand reproductive health among women living .. Read More » 97-103
23 Identification of Heat Period through the Pheromonal Compounds in the Urine of Malaimadu,Bos indicus Balaji Sundara Mahalingam and Ramalakshmi Karuppiah Early oestrus and pregnancy detection are the major challenging issues in farm animals. Also some other problems like irregular or prolongin.. Read More » 104-108