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December 2015

Determinants of rural household poverty status: The case of Woliso District of South West Shoa zone, Oromia Regional...
Fikadu Abdise and Dr. Paul Mansingh, J.

Poverty in Ethiopia is widespread and deep-rooted and constitutes the priority development challenge in the country. Whether rural or urban, poverty is multifaceted and widespread in the country. Poverty reduction is one of the most important goals of development efforts. People in the rural areas of Ethiopia are exposed to poverty which needs area focused and context specific researches to examine and investigate factors causing poverty at community and grass root level. Therefore, any...

Effectiveness in improving attitude module iqram on scientific topics reproduction system
Supiana and Kamisah Osman

The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of the teaching system of module IQRAM reproduction on the scientific attitude. Study on quasi experimental design "non-equivalent control group design" pre-test and post-test. Respondents a total of 184 students form IX divided group treatment and control group. The treatment group, while the IQRAM module using control group of conventional teaching. The instruments used are scientific attitude questionnaire contains two...

A study on impact of social media on consumer behavior
Muthiah, S. and Dr. Kannan, K.V.

Research Issue: Who are the people interacting online and how engaged are they in online activities? Research Objective: • To study the factors which influence the impact of social media on consumer behavior • To analyze the impact of demographic variables on purchase behavior using social media • To classify the social media users based on their social media activities Research Tools: Factor analysis and One way Anova Findings: To identify the different types of users, a...

Zinc oxide nanoparticles impregnated polymer hybrids for efficient extraction of heavy metals from polluted aqueous...
Beaulah Angelin, K., Siva, S. and Sayee Kannan, R.

The aim of this research work is to investigate the exploitation of the nano zinc oxide composite was used as an adsorbent for the removal of Pb(II), Hg(II), Cd(II) and Bi(III) heavy metal ions from aqueous solution. The resulting adsorbent n-ZPFR was characterized by SEM with EDS, BET, TEM, FT-IR, XRD, DTA and TGA analyses and tested for metal adsorption. The maximum adsorption performance was achieved for Pb(II), Hg(II), Cd(II) and Bi(III) ions from aqueous solution by n-ZPFR was...

The platelet/spleen diameter ratio; Represent an acceptable surrogate parameter for scope all strategy for detection of...
Elsayed Mhamed Abdelaal, Khaled Metwally Amer, Abdel Moaty Abdel Khlik Oda and Mohmoud M. Elsakhawy

Background: Variceal bleeding is a frequent and life-threatening complication of portal hypertension. The first episode of variceal bleeding is not only associated with a high mortality, but also with a high recurrence rate in those who survive. Therefore, many studies and randomized clinical trials have focused on different strategies aiming to prevent the first episode of variceal bleeding (primary prophylaxis). Aims: to identify clinical, biochemical, and ultrasonographic parameters which...

Innovative use in the E-Business
Wiesław Breński

The Internet, while connecting people globally, allows companies existing on the market which theoretically has no borders. In practice, there are still certain limits, e.g. the linguistic ones. A website is a company’s “face” in the Internet world. Everybody is anonymous in the Net: it is impossible to read clients’ needs between the lines, it is impossible to manipulate clients via playing on personal emotions. In the Internet world a client is anonymous therefore...

Perforation uterus: A life threatening complication of second trimester suction and evacuation
Dr. Shaifali Patil, Dr. Aasia Badrul Islam Khan, and Dr. Boricha, B. G.

Uterine perforation though a common complication but can have potentially catastrophic consequences for women ,like in our case where foetal skull was found which was missed in first exploration. We, hereby present a case of 24-year-old G2P1L1 referred from peripheral centre with a known case of poliomyelitis ,with profuse vaginal bleeding with Hb of 3.4gm/dl following induced second trimester suction and evacuation at 13 weeks of gestation with Exploratory laprotomy done for perforation in...

Preparation of zinc stannate (ZTO) nanostructures through high-temperature solid-state reactions using ZNO and stannic...
Nitya Nand Verma and Dr. Soumen Basu

Zinc stannate or zinc tin oxide (ZTO) is a class of ternary oxides that are known for their stable properties under extreme conditions, higher electron mobility compared to its binary counterparts and other interesting optical properties. The material is thus ideal for applications from solar cells and sensors to photocatalysts

Study the effect of ethanol on the formation of the wormlike micelles for a mixture of ionic surfactants
Rabah A. Khalil and Liqaa H. Alsamarrai

In this research, the anionic sodium Dodecyl Sulfate SDS surfactant had been blended with the cationic cetyltrimethylammonium bromide CATB surfactant using different concentrations (0.002-0.04M ) of ethanol and at temperature ranges (293.15K, 298.15K, 303.15K and 308.15K). Through the viscosity measurements for a mixture of SDS / CTAB and at certain mixing ratios (10 / 90,20 / 80,30 / 70 and 40/60), it was found that the viscosity was increased in the presence of ethanol, leading to the...

Effects of plyometric training on physical and physiological parameters
Dr. Senthil, P.

The purpose of the study was to find out the effects of 12 weeks of plyometric training programme on selected physical and physiological variables among high school boys. Plyometrics refers to exercise that enable muscles to reach maximal strength in as short a time as possible (power) by eliciting the stretch shortened cycle of a muscle fibre. To achieve this purpose of the study, 40 boys have been selected randomly at Govt. Higher Secondary School, Gangavalli, Salem (Dt), TamilNadu and...

Methods for solving cell formation, static layout and dynamic layout cellular manufacturing system problems: A review
Anbumalar, V. and Raja Chandra Sekar, M.

Cellular Manufacturing (CM) has been emerged as a strong approach for improving operations in batch and job shop environments. In cellular manufacturing, Cell formation, static layouts, dynamic layouts are the prime areas for achieving the optimal cellular layout for any problems. In this paper it is decided to review the recent research work in this particular area and to project the effective ways of solving the cellular layout problems by comparing with the standard performance measures...

A short protocol for the conversion of the 2-chloro-9-(2-deoxy-2-fluoro-β-d-arabinofuranosyl) hypoxanthine to 9-(2-...
Mohamed Ibrahim Elzagheid

The current protocol was aimed to describe step by step synthesis of 9-(2-deoxy-2-fluoro-β-D-arabinofuranosyl) guanine from 2-chloro-9-(2-deoxy-2-fluoro-β-D-arabinofuranosyl) hypoxanthine as masked guanine precursor. The method described here is straight forward coupling of 3, 5-di-O-benzoyl-2-deoxy-2-fluoro-α-D-arabinofuranosyl bromide 1(Elzagheid et al., 2002)with a silylated 2-chlorohypoxanthine base 2(Elzagheid et al., 2003).Subsequent treatment of N9-glycoside 3 with methanolic ammonia...

Effect of ionic liquids on DNA-ligands interaction: Studied by fluorescence
Devesh Chandra

Ionic Liquids having great green properties such as low vapour pressure, tunable viscosity, tunable electrochemical window and wide liquid range which attract the attention for their study. In this course of project the introduction of Ionic Liquids with DNA-Ligand complex was applied, and the effect of ionic liquids on DNA-Ligands interaction were studied by fluorescence spectrophotometry titration. For this purpose Calf-thymus (Ct-DNA) and EtBr was taken under study, a UV-Vis Abs...

How to reveal the nature of dark matter and dark energy
V.M. Das

It is being believed that our universe is filled with not only hot matter that forms galaxies but also dark matter ( DM) and dark energy (DE) too. To reveal the nature of dark matter and dark energy , we have to understand how to make new model of the universe i.e. Hoyle Narlikar universe. The Hoyle Narlikar model of the universe designs two levels at which DM and DE could be revealed i.e. at micro level and at macro level. In creation physics we shall understand how nature created DM and DE...

The three-dimensional probability CSMA based on double clocks mechanism
Shengjie Zhou, Yifan Zhao, Hongwei Ding, Zhijun Yang, Qianlin Liu and Chunfen Li

IOT (Internet of Things, IoT) is predicted to continue another wave of science and technology and the global economy after the Internet information industry, by governments, businesses and academic attention, the United States, European Union, Japan, and even integrating them into national and regional information Strategy. As the Internet continues to rich business types, expand complex, from single to fusion, from a variety of access methods to the core network of the whole transition...

Competitive strategies and their contribution to the sustainable growth of SMES in the service sector of Milagro City
Econ. Rosa Aurora Espinoza Toalombo, Ing. Xiomara Leticia Zúñiga Santillán, Cpa. Hugo Campos Rocafuerte, Lcda. Karla M. Game and Ing....

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are currently present in all sectors of the economy, especially in the service sector. Its role in local development is vital, and its contribution to labor market integration cannot be disputed, as it has greatly contributed to employment through innovative business ideas. However, SMEs face problems related to resource management, which generates high costs and decreased sales against larger competitors, leading to a reduction in profitability....

Interventions to reduce Self-medication: What Have we learned?
Dorcas Adeoye-Agboola

Creating awareness on the vast spread of self-medication practice among people in Nigeria and its effects on the Health care system is an important aspect of public health. This paper is written to review self-medication practice in Nigeria, and how self-medication campaign can be an effective strategy for reducing this practice. Furthermore, it will provide strategies that will help to conduct future programmes with various approaches. Interventions using interview for a focus group,...

Comparative analyses of Ekiti State soil stabilized with different additives
Adeyemi Ezekiel Adetoro and Joseph Okpone Adam

This study is aimed at investigating the effects of three different additives - Sawdust Ash (SDA), Palm Kernel Shell Ash (PKSA) and Groundnut Shell Ash (GSA) on the geotechnical properties of Ido- Ekiti soil in Ido-Osi Local Government Area (LGA) of Ekiti State. Soil samples collected from the study area were subjected to various laboratory tests (i.e. Grain Size Analysis, Atterberg Limits and Compaction tests) in its treated and untreated state. The additives were added to the soil sample...

Soil productivity management and socio-economic development through agro-forestry in North-East India
Bhabesh Gogoi

About 80% of the people of north-east India are directly or indirectly concerned with agriculture. Farmers, in this region, are generally small holders and thus, an attempt with agroforestry practices can result an increase in their earnings without endangering the fragile ecosystem. So far as geographical location and socio-cultural behaviour of the people of north-eastern states of India are concerned, the agroforestry models those have edge over other systems include- Agri-Silviculture (...

Optimizing the product mixings and machine processing time of a fast food restaurant using a linear programming model:...
Oladejo M.O. and Agashua N. U.

When it comes to staying on top of the fast food industry, food innovation is one of the most important elements (Fastfood Restaurant , 2002). We regularly see our favourite fast food brands competing for our attention by introducing new and increasingly more exciting menu options either as limited editions or as new regulars on their menus. They do this bearing in mind to minimize cost. A case study of Ostrich Bakery fast food restaurant is considered using Linear Programming models as a...

Comparison between direct and indirect coupling for seismic analysis of fluid-structure coupled system
Kalyan Kumar Mandal and Damodar Maity

The present paper deals with the analysis of the fluid–structure systems considering the coupled effect of elastic structure and fluid adjacent to it. Both fluid and structure are discretized and modeled by finite elements. In the governing equations, pressure for the fluid domain and displacement for the structure are considered as independent nodal variables. Two different methods namely, direct coupled and indirect iterative approach for the analysis of fluid-structure system has...

Multidetector ct in detection of hepatocellular carcinoma meeting the milan criteria before liver transplantation
Elsayed Elmekkawy Elsayed, Enas Mohammed Koryem, Sarah Ali Mohammed and Elsayed Mohamed Abdelaal

Background: Liver transplantation has been considered to be the only causal treatment for patients with liver cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) due to its theoretical advantage of eliminating both the tumor and liver disease. However, because of the shortage of donor organs, it is strongly recommended that liver transplantations should be performed on cirrhotic patients with HCCs only when the patients meet the predetermined criteria. Imaging is thus decisive in the patient...

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