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  • Missing Intrauterine Device (Copper T) Forming Stone in the Urinary Bladder

    Missing Intrauterine Device (Copper T) Forming Stone in the Urinary Bladder Ofoha C.G*., Galam Z.Z., Dakum N.K. Division of Urology, Department of Surgery, Jos University Teaching Hospital, P.M.B 2076, Jos, Nigeria. Intrauterine device (IUD) is the commonest method of contraception used by women. Complete migration into the urinary bladder though rare, results in lower urinary tract symptoms and stone formation around the migrated IUD. We present a 53 year old woman with a missing IUD (Copper T) who presented with…

  • The Effect of N,N-Diethyl-3-methylbenzamide (DEET) on the Germination of Raphanus sativus (Radish Plants)

    The Effect of N,N-Diethyl-3-methylbenzamide (DEET) on the Germination of Raphanus sativus (Radish Plants) Caimin Xi1 and James T. Zacharia2 1Adlai Stevenson High School, Illinois, 60069, USA 2Dar es Salaam University College of Education, P. O. Box 2329, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania DEET is one of the major chemical constituents of bug repellant with an estimated global use of 7 million liters in 2016. While there has been research concerning the health safety of bug repellent, research concerning its environmental impact…

  • Effect of Induced Breeding of Clarias lazera using Hormones of HCG 

    Effect of Induced Breeding of Clarias lazera using Hormones of HCG  Ahmed Mohammed Musa Ahmed Department of fish Sciences, Faculty of Agricultural Technology and Fish Sciences, Neelain University- Khartoum- Sudan This study was conducted to determine the artificial breeding performance of optimum dosage of hormones HCG to induce spawning in Clarias gariepinus at a hatchery. Three doses were prepared first treatmentT1(3000IU),second treatmentT2(2000IU), and finally treatmentT3(1000IU). Fish Body weight before injection with no significant(p>0.05). after injection there was significant between treatment…

  • Impacts of Infrastructure on One Country’s Trade— An Analysis based on the “new Eurasian Continental Bridge Economic Corridor” along the “One Belt One Road”

    Impacts of Infrastructure on One Country’s Trade — An Analysis based on the “new Eurasian Continental Bridge Economic Corridor” along the “One Belt One Road” 1Hui He, 2Qi Gao, 3Weitao Liu, 4Mingjie Hu and 5Meng Wu 1Qingyuan polytechnic, Economic doctor, engaged in development economic research; 2People’s Bank of China Jiamusi Branch, Economic master, engaged in international financial research; 3Harbin Insititute of Technology (ShenZhen), Management postdoctoral fellow, engaged in development economic research; 4Nanjing University, Economic undergraduate, engaged in international trade research;…

  • Chaotic Random Sequence Generated from Tent Map on Variant Maps

    Chaotic Random Sequence Generated from Tent Map on Variant Maps Yifeng Zheng1, Jeffrey Zheng1 1School of Software, Yunnan University, Kunmming 650091, China Chaotic sequences, have being widely used in mobile communications and cyberspace security. Using the sequences, various stochastic analysis schemes are developed. The Tent map is one of the widely used chaotic maps with good ergodic uniformity. In this paper, the variant maps are used to illustrate the Tent chaotic sequence under different lengths and control parameters to show…

  • Generating New Orthogonal Binary Sequences Using Quotient Rings Z/pm Z

    Generating New Orthogonal Binary Sequences Using Quotient Rings Z/pm Z Dr. Ahmad Hamza Al Cheikha Dep. of Mathematical Science, College of Arts-science and Education, Ahlia Uni., Manama, Bahrain Orthogonal Sequences (as M-Sequences, Walsh Sequences, …) are used widely at the forward links of communication channels to mix the information on connecting to and at the backward links of these channels to sift through this information is transmitted to reach the receivers this information in a correct form, especially in the…

  • Traffic Shaping for Congestion Control

    Traffic Shaping for Congestion Control Kuyoro Shade O., Okolie Samuel O. and Oyebode Aduragbemi* Department of Computer Science, Babcock University, Nigeria The problem of congestion is not new to the field of telecommunications; its root can be traced back to the very foundations of the internet. Most, if not all networks, are currently faced with this problem. The distribution of resources on the network is very vital. The fact that resources are limited brought about major problem such that these…

  • Regionalisation of hydrological model parameters in nested catchments

    Regionalisation of hydrological model parameters in nested catchmentss Shailesh Kumar Singh National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, Christchurch, New Zealand A prediction in ungauged basins is one of the challenging tasks for a hydrologist of this century. Even though the physically based hydrological models can be the more appropriate in ungauged basins but data requirement limit the use. Conceptual hydrological models are simple and easy to use. But these model needs calibration before it can be used. Availability of…

  • To Examine Audit and Non-audit Fees Disclosed in the Annual Reports by Company and Industry

    To Examine Audit and Non-audit Fees Disclosed in the Annual Reports by Company and Industry You Yu EachThis research aims to examine audit and non-audit fees disclosed in the annual reports by company and industry. Research questions are how audit and non-audit fees disclosed in German financial service companies? What are compositions of NAS fees in researched companies from 5 industries in 2015? What are trends of audit and non-audit fees in researched companies? And what are reasons behind trends?…

  • Constructive Empiricism and Its Rejection of Ontological Status of Unobservable Entities

    Constructive Empiricism and Its Rejection of Ontological Status of Unobservable Entities Christian C. Emedolu and Cardinal Ihejirika Department of Philosophy, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria Constructive empiricism is an anti-realist position that directs a damaging attack against scientific realism. The question of limits of experience is crucial in Bas C. van Fraassen’s constructive empiricism and has an intricate link with the discourse on ontological status of unobservable entities. As it stands, this paper objects to van Fraassen’s denigration of the…