Prof. Dr. ISMAIL YILDIRIM





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November 2010

Dark side of the universe
Sahoo, S.

In recent years scientists have discovered that 96 % of the contents of the Universe are invisible. These invisible components are dark matter and dark energy. According to the standard model of cosmology, the Universe contains 4 % visible (baryonic) matter, 23 % dark matter and 73 % dark energy. These measurements rely on the validity of the hot Big Bang model, general relativity and the cosmological principle (that the Universe is uniform on the largest scales). Evidences for the existence...

Histopathological studies in selected organs of the fresh water teleost, Oreochromis mossambicus (PETERS) exposed to...
Senthil Elango, P., Uthaman, M and Muthulingam, M

In the present study the histopathological study was observed in intestine and liver tissue of Oreochromis mossambicus. The fish exposed to chromium (2 ppm) for 10 days and 40 days in the present study. The present study shows the enlargement of Lumen and breakage of cell wall were observed in the intestine  and splitting of hepatocytes and damage of hepatocytes in Oreochromis mossambicus exposed to chromium. The present study concludes that the higher concentration chromium damages the...

Influence of food on adult parasitoid survival of Spalangia cameroni (Perkins) and Spalangia endius (Walker)
Sangeetha, P and Jebanesan, A

The adult longevity of males and females of Spalangia cameroni and Spalangia endius was studied exposing freshly emerged male and females 10 each with different diets as follows, (i) combination of honey and Musca domestica pupae, (ii) honey only, (iii) Musca domestica pupae only and (iv) no honey or no pupae, at Zoology Laboratory in Annamalai University, Annamalainagar.  The survival of both parasitoids was significantly differed with different food. But the survival of males and...



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