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Dec 02, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Input Factors to Sustainable Development of Coffee Production in the Dak Lak Province

Hoang Tuan Minh, Doan Thi Nhu Trang, Jiancheng Chen
Coffee has brought income for many households and significantly contributes to annual GDP growth of the Dak Lak province. The majority of households have said that water sources, soil quality, coffee caring techniques, capital, and cultivation experience are important for the sustainable development of coffee production [Table A1]. We used linear function and Cobb-Douglas functional form to an
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Dec 01, 2016Open    AccessArticle

An Assessment of the Methods of Development in the Essays of Business Students in Ghanaian Private Universities: A Case Study

Asuamah Adade-Yeboah, Edward Owusu
The study is an attempt to assess the methods of development in the compositions of students who are reading various business-oriented courses in private universities in Ghana. This area has received little attention from researchers in Ghana. Two private universities—Christian Service and Ghana Baptist University College—were the two selected cases. Prior investigations exposed students’ writing flaws in the form of wrong usage o
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Dec 01, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Significance of Initial Maternal Hemoglobin Concentration during Pregnancy in Birth Weight and Preterm Delivery in Sri Lanka

Athambawa Mohamed Razmy
Objective: The study was conducted to investigate the influence of initial hemoglobin (Hb) concentration of Sri Lankan pregnant mothers on baby’s birth weight and preterm delivery. Methods: For this retrospective study, 3867 primigravid pregnant women in Sri Lanka were followed till they deliver the baby. Sampling method was cluster sampling where all the pregnant mothers giving singleton birth in the selected 15 health division w
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Nov 30, 2016Open    AccessArticle

The Crisis of the Ethics of Audit Profession: Collapse of Enron Company and the Lessons Learned

Hasen Mohamed A. Albeksh
The aim of this study is to describe and analyze the reason of collapse of the biggest energy company, the American company Enron, which is considered one of the events that has a great effect on the profession of accounting and auditing. This study focuses in the ethics, which is considered as a preventer and a conservator of the occurrence of collapses and financial scandals. The descriptive analysis approach was adopted, which
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Nov 30, 2016Open    AccessArticle

On Comparative Study for Two Diversified Educational Methodologies Associated with “How to Teach Children Reading Arabic Language?” (Neural Networks’ Approach)

Hassan M. H. Mustafa, Fadhel Ben Tourkia
This paper considered the increasingly sophisticated role of artificial neural networks (ANNs) after its applications at the interdisciplinary discipline incorporating neuroscience, education, and cognitive sciences. Recently, those applications have resulted in some interesting findings which recognized and adopted by neurological, educational, in addition to linguistic researchers. Accordingly,ANNmodels vary in relation to the n
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Nov 29, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Measuring Congressional Partisanship on Energy and the Environment in the Age of Obama: The Cases of Offshore Drilling in Alaska and the Keystone XL Pipeline

Robert McMonagle
The hypothesis for this article is that partisan voting in the US Congress since the 1980s prompts the need to confirm it empirically as a baseline for exploring other variables that may influence public policy decisions. It is worthwhile to measure that partisanship in two key energy-environmental policies during the Obama Presidency. First, how did partisan voting affect the decision by Shell to cease offshore exploratory drilli
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Nov 29, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Immunoglobulin A Antibody Responses in Patients with Primary or Secondary Dengue Infections

Didye Ruiz, Susana Vázquez, Hernán C. Ríos, Naifi Calzada, María G. Guzmán
IgM serological diagnostic plays an important role in the dengue epidemiological surveillance. However, IgA has been identified as a possible diagnostic marker for early stage and recent infections. The aim of this study was to know the IgA response in dengue patients in relation to type of infection, serotype specificity and role as early and recent infection marker. IgA behavior in dengue patients, using a method de
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Nov 29, 2016Open    AccessArticle

A Kind of Neither Keynesian nor Neoclassical Model (1): The Fundamental Equation

Ming’an Zhan, Zhan Zhan
This paper is different from the existing macroeconomic theory. It derives the relationship between the various macroeconomic variables from the Cobb-Douglas function, and uses statistical data in United States to verify these equations. We find that the Cobb-Douglas function is obtained in the case that the marginal output is not 0, therefore it is a function with dynamic properties. On this basis, we use the difference between t
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Nov 29, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Effect of Pre-Fermentative Strategies on the Composition of Prieto Picudo (Vitis vinífera) Red Wines

Mihaela Mihnea, María Luisa González-San José, María Teresa Velasco-López, María Dolores Rivero-Pérez, Miriam Ortega-Heras, Silvia Pérez-Magarino
The actual wine global market presents the risk of standardization of the wines and the losses of wine grape peculiarities. To combat this fact, autochthonous wine grapes are extremely interesting to use for winemaking. The use of the pre-fermentative maceration technique in autochthonous grape varieties could be an alternative of increasing their complexity. The aim of the present work was to compare the effect of five different
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Nov 29, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Seroprevalence Hepatitis B in Blood Donors at Lubumbashi, DR Congo (Case of Provincial Hospital Sendwe Reference)

Kabamba Nzaji Michel, Kabwe Matanda Pascal, Kaki Khang Mariette, Ilunga Kahaki Blaise, Nkongal Nkongal Tonny, Bwana Kangulu Ignace, Kilolo Ngoy Umba Elie, Kabyla Benjamin Ilunga, Luboya Numbi Oscar
In developing countries or economies in transition, many people die because of lack of safe blood, even in some urban healthcare facilities. Blood transfusions can save lives and improve health, but millions of patients did not timely access to safe blood, due to no reliable blood donors. The objective of this study was to determine the prevalence of hepatitis B in blood donors from the Sendwe General Provincial Hospital. This is
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