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  • Element content, growth and metabolic changes in Cu- and Cd- stressed Phaseolus vulgaris plants

    Element content, growth and metabolic changes in Cu- and Cd- stressed Phaseolus vulgaris plants Mahmoud E. Younis *, Shaimaa M. N. Tourky and Shaimaa E. A. Elsharkawy Botany Department, Faculty of Science, University of Mansoura, Mansoura, Egypt A large-scale pot experiment was accomplished for investigation of the varied effects of different concentrations of Cu and Cd on certain growth and metabolic attributes of roots and shoots of Phaseolus vulgaris plants, over a period of three weeks. Plants supplemented with Cu…

  • Valuable functionalism as a trend of modern social cognition

    Valuable functionalism as a trend of modern social cognition Mykhailo Boychenko Taras Shevchenko national university of Kyiv, Department of Theoretical and Practical Philosophy, Doctor of Science in Philosophy, Professor Kyiv, Ukraine The valuable functionalism appears as a strategy of achieving the working interaction between social sciences and humanities, and thus becomes paradigmatic value: in addition to developing its own epistemological perspective it offers a methodology and philosophy which enable new institutional perspective to develop a new type of single socio-humanitarian…

  • Characterization and Cu(II) adsorption properties of activated carbons prepared from cotton stalk by one-step H3PO4 activation.

    Characterization and Cu(II) adsorption properties of activated carbons prepared from cotton stalk by one-step H3PO4 activation. Pierre Gerard TCHIETA, NKANA NKANA Gilbert Romeo, Charles Melea KEDE* Bio-organic, Analytical and Structural Chemistry Laboratory, Faculty of Science, University of Douala; BP 24157 Douala, Cameroon In the present study adsorption of copper (II) ions from aqueous solution by activated carbon was produced from cotton stalks husk via thermal pretreatment preceding chemical modification with phosphoric acid was investigated under batch mode. The biosorbent was…

  • Heavy Metals and Trace Elements in Blood, Hair and Urine of Nigerian Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder

    Heavy Metals and Trace Elements in Blood, Hair and Urine of Nigerian Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder Blaurock-Busch E. PhD1 and Nwokolo Chijioke C.2 1Research Scientist, Lecturer, Micro Trace Minerals Laboratory, Germany. Advisor, German Medical Association of Clinical Metal Toxicology; Address: Röhrenstr. 20, 91217 Hersbruck, Germany; 2University of Benin, Dept. of Biochemistry Faculty of Life Sciences, Benin City, Nigeria Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are a group of developmental disorders defined by a range of behavioral problems including social withdrawal, communication…

  • Conceptual Tools for Building Higher Education Institutions Corporate Image and Reputation

    Conceptual Tools for Building Higher Education Institutions Corporate Image and Reputation Gilbert Ansoglenang1, Samuel A. Awugah2 and John Dadzie Thompson3 1Faculty of Applied Sciences, University for Development Studies, Navrongo Campus 2Welfare Unit, University for Development Studies, Tamale 3Faculty of Education, University for Development Studies, Tamale This paper draws from the concept of corporate identity as a socially constructed activity of strategising, approached with an understanding that promoting institutional image and identity is among the critical functions of an organisational strategy….

  • The Genetic and environmental risk Factors of Alzheimer’s disease

    The Genetic and environmental risk Factors of Alzheimer’s disease Jyoti Yadav and Prof. Anoop Kumar Verma University- King Georges Medical University, Lucknow Alzheimer is one of the most common neurodegenerative disease generally found in the form of dementia in old age population. Advanced age is still considered as most influencing risk factors for this disease. WHO reported that dementia is the seventh leading cause of death in 2018 and affecting about fifty million people worldwide. Aging led to impair protein…

  • Formulation of a Complementary Flour with High Nutrient Density and Micronutrient Content

    Formulation of a Complementary Flour with High Nutrient Density and Micronutrient Content Chikondi Memory Liomba1, 2*, Catherine Nkirote Kunyanga1 and Angela Adhiambo1 1Department of Food Science, Nutrition and Technology, University of Nairobi, Kenya. 2Department of Agriculture Extension Services, Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development, Lilongwe, Malawi. Child malnutrition is one of the biggest problems affecting about 195 million under five children in low income countries, such as Malawi. The most common forms of malnutrition are protein-energy malnutrition, vitamin A…

  • Field performance of Solid Manures and their Slurries on Growth, Yield and Quality of Potato in Old Brahmaputra Floodplain Soils

    Field performance of Solid Manures and their Slurries on Growth, Yield and Quality of Potato in Old Brahmaputra Floodplain Soils Sultana Bilkis1.2, Md. Rafiqul Islam1*, M. Jahiruddin1, M. Mazibur Rahman1, Hasina Afroz1 1Department of Soil Science, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh 2Sylhet Agricultural University, Sylhet 3100, Bangladesh Continuous use of chemical fertilizers declines crop yield and deteriorates soil fertility. For sustenance of crop productivity and soil fertility integration of chemical fertilizers with manures is a timely approach. An experiment was,…

  • Welcome Dr Pavan Kumar R Panchavati to International Research Journal of Health Education

    Dr Pavan Kumar R Panchavati Department of Family Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham Biography & Research Interest Welcome Dr Pavan Kumar R Panchavati to Join the Editorial Board of International Research Journal of Health Education. AWARDS: • Recipient of prestigious Fellow of American academy of Family Practice (FAAFP) degree 2018 for significant contribution to profession , advancement of health care to American people and professional development through education and research conferred by American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP). • Recipient…

  • Welcome Dr. Miguel Ángel Reyes Belmonte to Global Journal of Energy and Environment

    Dr. Miguel Ángel Reyes Belmonte IMDEA ENERGY Institute, Madrid, Spain Biography & Research Interest Welcome Dr. Miguel Ángel Reyes Belmonte to Join the Editorial Board of Global Journal of Energy and Environment. Dr. Miguel A. Reyes is Ingeniero Industrial Superior (Energy specialization) by the Universidad Politécnica Valencia UPV (2009), Master on Internal Combustion Engines by UPV (2011) and PhD. on Engineering by UPV (2013). During 2014-2015 he worked as postdoctoral researcher at University of Bath (England) and currently is holding a postdoctoral…