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  • Conventional and Molecular Diagnostic Tools for Genital Tuberculosis

    Comparative Study on Conventional and Molecular Diagnostic Tools for Genital Tuberculosis Correlating with Infertility in Indian Women Gargi Kumari1,2, Amit Mani Tiwari1, Divya Goel2 and Sanjay Mishra1,* 1Department of Biotechnology, IFTM University, Lodhipur Rajput, Delhi Road (NH 24), Moradabad 244102, UP, India; 2 Department of Clinical Biochemistry & Pathology, Sri Sai Hospital, Delhi Road, Near Loco Shed Bridge, Moradabad 244 001, U.P., India Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the etiological agent for tuberculosis,…

  • Editorial Policies of American Journal of Agricultural Research

    The editorial policies in this page are the guidelines of publication process of American Journal of Agricultural Research (ISSN:2475-2002). We adhere the following requirements including but not limited to Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE), International Association of Scientific, Technical & Medical Publishers (STM) , and World Association of Medical Editors (WAME). To get more details, please refer to the websites ofCOPE, ICMJE, STM and WAME. Editors control the…

  • Characterization of fire occurrences (2010-2014) in the southeast of Brazil

    Characterization of fire occurrences (2010-2014) in the southeast of Brazil Felipe Manzoni Barbosaa*, Nívea Soares Amoroso Lima b, Fillipe Tamiozzo Pereira Torresb, Felipe Turchettoa, Álvaro Luís Pasquetti Berghettia, Adriana Maria Griebelera a Department of Forest Sciences, Federal University of Santa Maria, Santa Maria, Brazil. b Department of Forest Engineering, Federal University of Viçosa, Viçosa, Brasil. The periodic occurrence of forest fire is common in some places of Brazil. Mostly in…

  • Novel drug delivery systems for herbal drugs

    Novel drug delivery systems for herbal drugs Kiran Sharma*, Jagannath Sahoo   KIET School of Pharmacy, 13 km stone Ghaziabad-meerut road, Ghaziabad. 201206 (U.P.) Novel drug delivery systems(NDDS) for herbal drugs with poor water solubility have been expanding, almost exponentially, over the past six years. The great advancement has been made for the technologies increasing the commercial potential of the herbal formulations by increasing the patient compliance and avoiding repeated…

  • The Drug Efficacy Indices [Q(VPK)] of certain Ayurvedic Cardiac Formulations

    Computation and Comparison of The Drug Efficacy Indices [Q(VPK)] of certain Ayurvedic Cardiac Formulations Abhilash Mullasseril Mullasseril, Veliyanad POST., Ernakulam DIST., Kerala-682 313. This paper aims to compute and predict the efficacies of certain cardiac formulations based on the traditional Ayurveda philosophy as explained in the basic texts using effective introduction of Artificial Intelligence to this field. Various cardiac formulations not only classical but also proprietary were selected for the…

  • Phytochemical analyses of selected medicinal plants

    Ethnobotanical importance and phytochemical analyses of some selected medicinal plants used in Ado-Ekiti Local Government Area, Ekiti State, Nigeria. *Olanipekun, Mary .K , Adewuyi, Damilare and Adedeji, Damilola. E Department, Plant Science and Biotechnology, Ekiti-State University, Ado-Ekiti. The study investigated the ethnobotanical importance, phytochemical and proximate compositions of some selected medicinal plants such as Enantia chlorantha (Annonaceae), Momordica charantia (Cucurbitaceae), Telfaria occidentalis (Cucurbitaceae) and Morinda lucida (Rubiaceae) in Ado-Ekiti Local…

  • Erwinia chrysanthemi, rhizospheric earthworms, sorghum, vermicompost

    Studies on interactions among bioagents colonized vermicompost, rhizospheric earthworms and stalk rot disease of sorghum caused by Erwinia chrysanthemi Bhupendra Singh Kharayat and Yogendra Singh Centre of Advance Faculty Training in Plant Pathology, College of Agriculture, G. B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar, PIN-263145, U.S Nagar, Uttarakhand (India) Bioagents colonized vermicompost can be a crucial alternative natural biological control of stalk rot diseases of sorghum because of the hazardous effects…

  • Vulnerability of the fishery-based households to the impact of climate change

    Vulnerability of the fishery-based households to the impact of climate change in Rift valley lakes of Ethiopia: Chamo & Hawassa Hiwot Teshome*, Esayas Alemayehu* and Abebe Cheffo* *Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, National Fishery and aquatic life research center P.O.Box 64, Sebeta This study examines the vulnerability of fishery-based households in Ethiopian rift valley lakes Chamo and Hawassa. The vulnerability assessment approach used vulnerability indicator method which is composed of…

  • Compost production of rice husks with chicken bones and its effects in soil pH

    Rapid composting of rice husks with chicken bones to produce compost rich with calcium and the effect of product compost in the increase of soil pH value Rabah S. Shareef 1, 2,  Awang soh3, Zakaria Wahab4 and Ibni Hajar Rukunudin 5 1College of Education-Al-Qiam, University of Anbar, Iraq. 2 School of Bioprocess Engineering, University Malaysia Perlis,   Perlis,, Malaysia. 3 School of Bioprocess Engineering, University Malaysia Perlis,   Perlis,, Malaysia. 4 School of Biosystem Engineering, University…

  • Interactive effect of water deficiency, gibberellic acid and proline on maize

    The interactive effect of the water deficiency, gibberellic acid and proline on the growth of maize MUSTAFA. R. AL-SHAHEEN1,2 Muaiad Hadi Ismael1 1Department of Field Crop, College of Agriculture, University of Anbar, Anbar, Iraq 2School of Bioprocess Engineering, University Malaysia Perlis, Perlis, Malaysia A field experiment was conducted in Padang Besar, Perlis, Malaysia from 15/2/2014 and 15/2/2015 two seasons. In each year, the experiments have been implemented in order to…