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Scorpion envenomation in pygmies from Democratic Republic of Congo, the example of Pelenge Center, Lomela, DRC
Biezakala Mudiandambu, E;Odio Wobin, T;Kabele Ngiefu, C;Tati Kinkela, R;Mbanzulu Makola, K;
Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-91992012000400015
Abstract: in a survey among the pygmies of central democratic republic of congo, the incidence of scorpion stings seemed very high with a severity greater than expected. species responsible were not identified. specific studies are needed to clarify the risk emerging in the equatorial african forest.
Habits Drinking Ordinary Water Can Prevent Hypertension  [PDF]
Tati Suheti, Kuslan Sunandar
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2016.65042
Abstract: Hypertension, as the third cause of death, besides stroke and tuberculosis, amounts to 6.8 percent of the proportion of deaths at all ages in Indonesia. The prevalence of hypertension in Indonesia has reached 31.7 percent of the total adult population. Estimated, there are 76 percent of cases of hypertension in people who have not been diagnosed. Drinking enough ordinary water will help maximize the function of the body organs, in order to work optimally, so that the body metabolism will run well and normal. For smokers this amount shall be increased by half. The purpose of research was to know the effect of drinking water and other factors on the prevention of hypertension in working area Puskesmas Pasirkaliki Bandung. Design study was case control. The number of samples is 156 people, with a ratio of 1:1 (between cases and controls). Data were collected by interviewing. The bivariate analysis used chi square test, and multivariate analysis used logistic regression. The result of drinking enough ordinary water at least 6 cups a day contributes to prevent hypertension. For those who are still healthy, habit of drinking ordinary water is recommended at least 6 cups (1500 ml) per day. But for people who already have hypertension, heart and kidney diseases should be adjusted to the excretion organ.
Dividend Policy and Firm Valuation—A Study of Indian Electrical Equipment Manufacturing Industry  [PDF]
Brahmaiah Bezawada, Ravi Kumar Tati
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2017.75083
Abstract: Dividend policy relevance has been researched extensively, but little consensus has been built from the findings. There are many factors that affect a given firm’s dividend policy which can be found in the literature such as risk faced by the firm, cash flow situation of the firm, agency costs etc. According to Bhattacharya (1979) dividend decision of a firm can be seen as a source of signal which shows that profitable firms with good project investment opportunities will pay higher dividends to present themselves distinct from other firms which are having projects with lesser profits. This paper attempts to analyze whether the dividend policy of a firm affects the market value of a firm and the shareholders’ wealth. We have set our objective to find out the impact of dividend policy on the shareholders’ wealth in the Indian electrical equipment manufacturing industry. For this, we have adopted a sample of dividend paying electrical machinery manufacturing companies listed in Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). There were totally 439 companies in the industry of electrical machinery manufacturing. Out of them 194 companies were listed in the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and there were 72 companies paying dividends frequently. Therefore the data of these 72 companies were taken into consideration. Our study revealed the empirical evidence with some of the dividend irrelevance theories such as M&M. The results indicate that there is a negative non-linear association between market value of a share and the dividend yields.
The Effect of the Monosubstituted Benzenes Functional Groups on the Inhibition of Methane Gas Biosynthesis  [PDF]
Kalombo Kayembe, Lolofo Basosila, Pius T. Mpiana, Lisika Makambo, Pole C. Sikulisimwa, Damien S. T. Tshibangu, Dorothée D. Tshilanda, Rigobertine K. Tati
Journal of Sustainable Bioenergy Systems (JSBS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jsbs.2012.24013
Abstract: Aromatic compounds are inhibitors of methane biosynthesis in anaerobic treatment of solid wastes and industrial effluents. Anaerobic treatment of solid wastes and industrial effluents may be limited by the methanogenic bacteria inhibition exerted by these types of compounds, the production of biogas is not possible and the organic matter contained in the effluent is not reduced. These effluents poured in the nature can be the basis of the pollution. The objective of this study is to evaluate the effect of monosubstituted aromatic compounds functional groups on the methanogenic inhibition. The toxicity to acetoclastic methanogenic bacteria has performed in serum flasks, utilizing digested pig manure as inoculums, by measuring methane production. The nature of aromatic functional groups was observed to have a profound effect on the toxicity of the monosubstituted aromatics. Among the monosubstituted aromatic, the chlorobenzene was the most toxic with 50% of inhibition occurring at the concentration of 30.08 mg/l. In contrast, benzoic acid is the least inhibitory with IC50 of 2515.20 mg/l. The partition coefficient octanol/water (logPoct), an indicator of hydrophobicity, had a significant correlation with the methanogenic toxicity.
The Impact of the Bisubstituted Aromatics Functional Groups on the Inhibition of Methane Biosynthesis (Biogas)  [PDF]
Kalombo Kayembe, Lolofo Basosila, Pius T. Mpiana, Pole C. Sikulisimwa, Juliette K. Kabongo, Damien S. T. Tshibangu, Dorothée D. Tshilanda, Rigobertine K. Tati
Advances in Microbiology (AiM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/aim.2012.24080

Inhibitory compounds are often found to be the leading cause of anaerobic reactor upset and failure since they are present in substantial concentration in wastewaters and organic solid wastes. Among these inhibitory compounds, organic compounds are mentioned and more especially aromatic compounds. The purpose of this work was to evaluate the effect of bisubstituted aromatics functional groups on the methanogenic inhibition. The toxicity to acetoclastic methanogenic bacteria has performed in serum flasks, utilizing digested pig manure as inoculums, by measuring cumulative methane production. The results obtained indicate that some general relationships exist between the bisubstituted aromatic structures and their inhibitory effects on methanogenic bacteria. This demonstrates sufficiently that the grafting of hydrophobic or hydrophilic substituent on the benzene or monofunctional aromatic compound, make the obtained compound more or less toxic as the case and that in the same order of toxicity. A significant correlation was obtained indicating that the partitioning of bisubstituted aromatics into lipophilic membranes in bacteria may have a role in the inhibition of methane biosynthesis.

Genetic diversity of hybrid durian resulted from cross breeding between Durio kutejensis and Durio zibethinus based on random amplified polymorphic DNAs (RAPDs)  [PDF]
Tati Hariyati, Joni Kusnadi, Estri Laras Arumingtyas
American Journal of Molecular Biology (AJMB) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ajmb.2013.33020

One of the ways to improve the quality of Indonesian Durian is by utilizing germplasm diversity. Durio zibethinus is the most cultivated durian in Indonesia, whereas Durio kutejensis is a unique durian cultivar which has golden yellow fruit flesh without smell. Crossbreeding of those two cultivars, in order to generate superior Durian cultivars has been done. Genetic diversity of durian generates from cross breeding between D. kutejensis and D. zibethinus was identified in molecular level using RAPD technique. Among 20 primers used in this study, 5 primers: OPA-02, OPA-03, OPA-08, OPA-10 and OPA-13 were capable of differentiating both the parents and the hybrids. RAPD analysis resulted in genetic diversity of hybrid Durian with family relationship of 0.59%-0.1%. Hybrids UB1, UB5, UB13, UB19, UB21, UB7 and UB35 have similarity value of 0.81% with their parent DRCK, whereas hybrids UB8, UB10, UB18 and UB17 have similarity value of 0.70% with their parent DRCM1. Hybrids UB2, UB16 and UB22 belong to one group with similarity value of 0.67%. Three hybrids lines UB2, UB16 and UB22 show the highest distance to both parent. The rest of the hybrids lines grouped into similar cluster to the parents D. kutejensis, whereas the other parent (D. zibethinus) belong to different cluster separated from all other hybrid lines and parents.

Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes (TLCs) Improve the Quality of Life in the Elderly with Hypertension  [PDF]
Kuslan Sunandar, Tati Suheti, Achmad Husni
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2016.69077
Abstract: Hypertension was one of the most serious diseases that affect many people in Indonesia in the age group of 18 years old and above. Hypertension can affect the quality of life, especially for the elderly, so the quality of life for the elderly will be disrupted and the life expectancy of elderly people will also decrease. Elderly people who have a good quality of life will have inner satisfaction, which can be judged from the physical, psychological and social aspects. This study only measured the quality of life of physical dimensions, especially blood pressure (systolic and diastolic). Improved quality of life of people with hypertension can be pursued with behavioral changes that increase blood pressure. One way can be given is the Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes (TLCs). The aim of this study was to determine the effect of the Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes (TLCs) on improving the quality of life of the elderly with hypertension in Puskesmas Pasirkaliki Bandung. This research is a quasi-experimental design with two group pre-post tests with control group. The statistical test used Wilcoxon test and Mann Whitney with a standard error of 5% or α = 0.05, because the data distribution was not normal. In the total sample, there were 52 respondents who had hypertension. Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes (TLCs) was done once a week for 4 weeks. The results prove that there is a statistically significant difference in systolic and diastolic blood pressure (quality of life) (Z = -4.415; Z = -4.208 p < 0.05). It is advisable for people with hypertension to expect to remain consistent in the Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes (TLCs) in their activity of daily life.
Factors Influencing the Choice of Investment in Life Insurance Policy  [PDF]
Ravi Kumar Tati, Ernest Beryl B. Baltazar
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2018.815224

Insurance industry in India is flourishing with numbers of national and global players in the form of joint ventures and is excelling with the exponential growth in business. In spite of infusing several rules and regulations of the Government of India, insurance industry has been experiencing tremendous progress in terms of increasing number of investors with considerable number of new entry of insurance companies into the sector. At present there are 24 numbers of domestic and foreign players operating in the sector. In India insurance still has been considered as a tax saving tool rather than an investment option. The present study analyzes the Factors Influencing the Choice of Investors in Life Insurance Policy in Hyderabad city. The specific objective was to find out whether there is any association between annual income of investor and factors influencing consumer choice of investment in life insurance. A sample of 75 insurance investors’ data was statistically analyzed with the help of Chi-square test and the study was concluded that there is no association between annual income and factors influencing investor choice of investment in life insurance. It is suggested that the majority of the investors’ should treat insurance policy is not only a tax saving option but also the risk protection and a multi-faceted investment option. The author also acknowledges the limitation of the small sample which may not be exhaustive for any policy decision of the insurance companies. Hence, the findings of the study are to be correlated with the current trends in the industry with a comprehensive study.

Current problems regarding abortion, prenatal genetic testing and managing pregnancy
Klajn-Tati? Vesna
Stanovni?tvo , 2011, DOI: 10.2298/stnv1101033k
Abstract: Current ethical and legal issues with regard to abortion, prenatal genetic testing and managing pregnancy are discussed in this paper. These problems are considered from the legal theory point of view as well as from the standpoint of the Serbian Law, the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, European Court of Human Rights, legal regulations of several EU countries, the USA, Japan, and their judicial practice. First, the pregnancy termination standards that exist in Serbia are introduced. Then the following issues are explained separately: the pro life and pro choice approaches to abortion; abortion according to the legal approach as a way of survival; the moral and legal status of the fetus; prenatal genetic testing, and finally matters regarding managing pregnancy today. Moral and legal principals of autonomy, namely freedom of choice of the individual, privacy and self-determination give women the right to terminate unwanted pregnancies. In addition, the basic question is whether the right of the woman to abortion clashes with the rights of others. Firstly, with the right of the "fetus to life". Secondly, with the right of the state to intervene in the interest of protecting "the life of the fetus". Third, with the rights of the woman’s partner. The fetus has the moral right to life, but less in relation to the same right of the woman as well as in relation to her right to control her life and her physical and moral integrity. On the other hand, the value of the life of the fetus increases morally and legally with the maturity of gestation; from the third trimester, the interest of the state prevails in the protection of the "life of the fetus" except when the life or health of the pregnant woman are at risk. As regards the rights of the woman’s partner, namely the husband’s opinion, there is no legal significance. The law does not request his participation in the decision on abortion because the decision is exclusively brought by the pregnant woman. Critics of prenatal genetic testing claim that the woman’s autonomous choice is seriously prejudiced, as the women are pressured first with genetic testing and then with abortion, if the test is positive. However, there are views that many parents are left to bring their decisions in a vacuum because the physicians do not discuss all possible available options with them out of fear that they will be perceived as orders. Genetic counseling has an aim to facilitate informed reproductive decisions. Rigid application of policies on non-directive genetic counseling ma
Tatiéle Cardoso Monteiro
Revista Eletr?nica do Curso de Direito da UFSM , 2013, DOI: 10.5902/198136947526
Abstract: O presente trabalho apresentará um breve estudo acerca do embate existente entre o direito de construir, como corolário do direito de propriedade, e o direito ao meio ambiente ecologicamente equilibrado, no que se refere às áreas de preserva o permanente. Nesta senda, genericamente, destacar-se- o alguns conceitos atinentes à matéria em relevo, bem como as previs es legais e constitucionais para ambos os direitos em comento. Por fim, demonstrar-se-á que as áreas de preserva o permanente se prestam a limitar o direito de construir, buscando-se verificar o direito prevalente em casos de perpetua o de constru es em tais espa os. As inferências acerca de tal questionamento ser o implementadas através do método da pondera o e da relevancia do interesse analisado, ao que, preliminarmente, se conclui que, casuidicamente, o direito de construir poderá ser fundamentadamente autorizado nas áreas de preserva o permanente. Palavras-chave: áreas de preserva o permanente; direito ao meio ambiente ecologicamente equilibrado; direito de construir; direitos fundamentais.
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