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  • Factors Influencing Consumers Choice of Street-Foods and Fast-Foods in China

    Factors Influencing Consumers Choice of Street-Foods and Fast-Foods in China Haimanot B.Atinkut1,2, Yan Tingwu *1, Bekele Gebisa1, Shengze Qin1, Kidane Assefa1, Biruk Yazie3, Taye Melese2, Solomon Tadesse4, and Tadie Merie2 1College of Economics and Management, Huazhong Agricultural University, 430070 Wuhan, China 2College of Agriculture and Rural Transformation, University of Gondar, 196, Gondar, Ethiopia 3College of Agriculture and Environmental Science, Bahir Dar University, 79 Bahir Dar, Ethiopia 4Department of Marketing Management, Woliso Campus, Ambo University, 19, Ambo, Ethiopia The overarching aim…

  • Development Strategies of a New Long Grain, Early Maturing And High Yielding Rice Variety Suitable for Flood-Prone Areas

    Development Strategies of a New Long Grain, Early Maturing And High Yielding Rice Variety Suitable for Flood-Prone Areas Muhammad Akhter1, Abid Mahmood2, Zulqarnain Haider1, Tahira Bibi1 and Usman Saleem1 1Rice Research Institute, Kala Shah Kaku, Pakistan 2Ayub Agricultural Research Institute, Faisalabad, Pakistan High-yielding and quality grain rice varieties with submergence tolerance has now become foremost objective of rice breeding research world-wide after loss of thousands of acres due to frequent floods for last five years. New flood tolerant, fertilizer-responsive, high…

  • The accordance of British diplomacy with US diplomacy for Kosovo during 1998

    The accordance of British diplomacy with US diplomacy for Kosovo during 1998 Lulzim Nika Mr. Sc. Lulzim Nika, PhD candidate, History Department, University of Prishtina The decisive role in stopping the bloody conflict in the areas of former Yugoslavia was the joint British and American diplomacy efforts. The decision of international diplomacy, that the Albanians are not participants, the protagonists of their fate at the Dayton Conference, empowered the feeling and projects of Serbian nationalism, whereas the Albanians were disappointed…

  • Seronegative visceral Varicella Zoster infection – a not so benign skin infection (Article Withdrawal)

    Seronegative visceral Varicella Zoster infection – a not so benign skin infection (Article Withdrawal) Abishek Tumma1,2 General Medicine Advanced Trainee, Darshan Shah1,2 Stroke and General Medicine Physician, Shiney Seo1 General Medicine Resident 1 Department of Medicine, Princess Alexandra Hospital 2 University of Queensland Varicella zoster virus (VZV) infection is usually a self-limiting cutaneous childhood disease typically occurring due to impaired cell-mediated immunity. One manifestation of VZV is a visceral infection accounting for less than 15% of all VZV infections. We…

  • A survey on security and privacy issues in the use of wireless sensor networks for health care monitoring

    A survey on security and privacy issues in the use of wireless sensor networks for health care monitoring Aleburu Deborah, Omotosho, O.O, Joshua Jonah Computer Science Department Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria Development in wireless sensor Networks (WSNs) has led to the increase in its applications in healthcare. Wireless Sensor Network application in health care is divided into two (2) wearable and implantable sensor devices. These devices allows for the monitoring and tracking of patients’ health status. Security and…

  • Climate Change Adaptation Needs/Priorities of Rural Women Farmers in Flood Plain Areas of Owerri Agricultural Zone of Imo State, Nigeria (Article withdrawal)

    Climate Change Adaptation Needs/Priorities of Rural Women Farmers in Flood Plain Areas of Owerri Agricultural Zone of Imo State, Nigeria  Chikaire, J.U., Anaeto, F. C., Ogueri, E.I. and Godson-Ibeji, C.C. Department of Agricultural Extension, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria Adaptation is key to surviving the menace of climate change. This paper investigates adaptation needs/priorities of rural women farmers in Imo State, Nigeria. The specific objectives were to ascertain rural women farmers awareness of climate change, identify perceived…

  • Effects of Resource- Use Conflicts on Rural Women Farmers in South-east Agro-Ecological Zone of Nigeria (Article withdrawal)

    Effects of Resource- Use Conflicts on Rural Women Farmers in South-east Agro-Ecological Zone of Nigeria Chikaire, J.U., Ogueri, E.I., Godson-Ibeji, C.C. and Anaeto, F.C. Department of Agricultural Extension, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria This study analyzed specifically the effects of resource-use conflict especially, land on rural women farmers in Southeast, Nigeria. .A total of 300 rural women farmers were purposively selected from 3 states in southeast where conflicts have occurred. Data collected were analyzed descriptively – using…