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IN VITRO PROPAGATION OF DIPTERIS WALLICHII (R.BR.) T. MOORE: A HOPE FOR CONSERVATION OF AN ENDANGERED PTERIDOPHYTE
Singha, Kh. Bharati,Dutta Choudhury,Manabendra,Mazumder
International Research Journal of Pharmacy , 2013, DOI: 10.7897/2230-8407.04346
Abstract: The pteridophytes include the fern and fern allies which jointly create the necessary environment for human life on earth with other green plants. Dipteris wallichii (R.Br.) T. Moore is a rare and endemic pteridophyte of North East India. It is also facing severe threats due to its habitat destruction. Tribals destroy the plant in large numbers for preparing their wine drinking pipes. An in vitro protocol for micropropagation of D.wallichii Moore was carried out using standard Murashige and Skoog medium for spore germination and further cell proliferation. It was observed that supplementation of phytohormones mainly auxins (Indole-3-Acetic Acid) were favourable for sporophyte development from prothallus. Further growth and differentiation of the prothallus and sporophyte were recorded for various hormone concentrations and combinations and was observed to be best in 0.15 mg/L IAA + 0.20 mg/L KIN.
The status of infant health in India  [PDF]
Susmita Bharati, Manoranjan Pal, Premananda Bharati
Health (Health) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/health.2013.58A4003
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This paper investigates the present status of infant health in India through percentages of infants who are undernourished, not immunized or diseased and finds its relationship with socio-demographic variables. The relevant data have been obtained from the Third National Family Health Survey which was carried out in 2005-2006 in India. The sample consists of 7562 infants (i.e., children of less than 1 year). For socio-demographic data, places of residence, sex of infants, ethnic composition, religion and wealth index were considered. Considering the different types of under-nutrition, it has been found from our data that the percentages of undernourished infants range from 22 to 28 only. There are considerable variations in the different types of immunization status ranging from 17.9% opting for measles vaccination to 73.2% taking BCG vaccination. Prevalence of morbidity also varies from 15 to 22 percent depending on the three types of morbidity considered in this paper. Among the socio-economic variables, mother’s education and wealth index have been found to have profound effect on the nutritional status and also on morbidity of infants but there is no impact found on the status immunization. Thus it gives clear cut indications for the government and NGOs to take actions to ameliorate poverty and to improve the level of education, especially of female population in India.

Learner-Institute Interaction and Third World Dilemmas
Surabhi BHARATI
The Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education , 2004,
Abstract: This article describes the results of an inquiry undertaken to identify the learner-instituteinteraction in a teacher education programme offered in India. The purpose of this studywas two-fold ---to investigate some of the factors influencing learner-institute interaction as perceived by the adult in-service trainees and to see how these factors were related to the problem of isolation faced by distance learners. The study also reports how distance administrators tried to remove some of these factors and learned to accept others as socioculturalconstraints to interaction.
About to Rain
Megha Bharati
Journal of Literature, Culture and Media Studies , 2010,
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Simulation of Dose Assessment for Special Environmental Radioactivity Distribution Using Monte Carlo Technique  [PDF]
Kh. Allam
Open Journal of Modelling and Simulation (OJMSi) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojmsi.2014.23011
Abstract: Many researchers use the estimation method of exposure doses due to natural radioactivity adopted by UNSCEAR equation, which is based on an infinite plan source modeling. The results in most cases are acceptable within acceptable accuracy and error. However, in many cases, this approach cannot be applied e.g., for more complicated source geometry, composition, radioactivity distribution and so on. In previous situations, simulation and modeling are needed for exposure dose calculation to get more acceptable and accurate results. In the present work, modeling and recalculation of exposure dose rate are performed for an important previous published study about Hammam Pharaon. The study is selected because of its special physical characterization parameters and possible effects on Egyptian tourism. The effects of radionuclides distribution with soils and source composition, density, and geometry as recommended by NCRP 129 have been taken into consideration. The results for depth profile calculation show the conformation with the NCRP 129, which indicates a reduction in the free air exposure dose due to the fact that the above soil covered the active slab by 20% - 25% for 1 cm cover-up to 95% - 100% for 30 cm cover. In addition, the effect of density variation in dose rate is studied. A comparison with previous results has been performed.
On Embedding of m-Sequential k-ary Trees into Hypercubes  [PDF]
Indra Rajasingh, Bharati Rajan, Ramanathan Sundara Rajan
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/am.2010.16065
Abstract: In this paper, we present an algorithm for embedding an m-sequential k-ary tree into its optimal hypercube with dilation at most 2 and prove its correctness.
External validation of Indian diabetes risk score in a rural community of central India  [PDF]
Bharati Taksande, Minal Ambade, Rajnish Joshi
Journal of Diabetes Mellitus (JDM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jdm.2012.21017
Abstract: Aim: To find whether the individuals of 45 years and more of rural area who are in higher tertile of Indian Diabetes Risk Score i.e. of IDRS of >60 as compared to those who are in lower tertile i.e. of <30, have high frequency of hyperglycemia, impaired glucose tolerance, and manifest diabetes mellitus. Methods: A cross-sectional community based study. The study was conducted in three pre-identified villages. For all consenting and the eligible subjects, the medical student visited their house and the fasting capillary blood glucose was done by One touch blood glucose monitoring system. Four simple questions and one anthropometric measurement for waist circumference helped in deriving the information for Indian Diabetes Risk Score from the same subject. Results: The Indian Diabetes Risk Score (IDRS) (consisting of the factors like age, abdominal obesity, physical inactivity and the family history) which predicted diabetes mellitus in the subject, its sensitivity was 97.50% and specificity of 87.89% when the score of >/+ 60 was externally validated on our rural population. Conclusion: Our study demonstrated that the Indian Diabetes Risk Score (IDRS) can be reliably applied as effective tool for the mass screening of diabetes in the community.
Can mother’s education and family welfare reduce under-nutrition of pre-school children in India?
Premananda Bharati,Manoranjan Pal,Susmita Bharati
Human Biology Review , 2012,
Abstract: Background: Since, the children are the future well-being of the entire society, it is necessary to see how the status of health of children can be improved.Objective: This paper reveals the growth and nutritional status of 0-59 month old children in India and also tries to delineate the responsible socio-economic factors behind nutrition.Methodology: The sample size of this study is 30,105 which have been collected by the third National Family Health Survey (NFHS-3). Data on socio-economic backgrounds are gender differences of the children, place, religion, education and age-group of mothers, wealth index and impact of colostrums on children’s growth and nutrition. Under nutrition has been assessed through the cutoff point of –2 of the z-score value corresponding to weight for age and height for age.Results: The data show that in India, 35.7 per cent children are undernourished. By age-group distribution, the maximum occurrence is noticed in the age between 24-35 months. More than 50% occurrences of underweight and stunted children are found in the states of east to central belt of India. It is also found that the distributions of weight and height around the means remain remarkably stable over age. This would appear to indicate that using of colostrums and weaning practices are possibly more important factors than solid food intake. Data reveals that mother’s education and family welfare are the prime factors to regulate the nutritional status of children. The study also reveals that mother’s education, economy, age-groups, and religion have great impact on use of colostrums.Conclusion: Analysis of possible regional and socio-economic factors thought to influence child nutrition outcomes does not reveal any substantive causal relations except for the mother’s educational status and household welfare.
Primary Hydatid Cyst in Gastrocnemius Muscle
Saswata Bharati, Mrityunjay Pal
Nigerian Journal of Surgery , 2012,
Abstract: Cystic echinococcosis, which is caused by the larval stages of Echinococcus granulosus, results from the presence of one or more massive cysts or hydatids, and can involve any organ, including the liver, lungs, heart, brain, kidneys, and long bones. Muscle hydatidosis is usually secondary in nature, resulting from spread of larval tissue from a primary site after spontaneous or trauma-induced cyst rupture or after release of viable parasite material during invasive treatment procedures. Primary muscle hydatidosis is extremely uncommon, because implantation at this site would require passage through the filters of the liver and lung. Intramuscular hydatid cyst can cause a variety of diagnostic problems, especially in the absence of typical radiologic findings. We present an unusual case of a primary hydatid cyst found in the popliteal fossa of the right knee of a 52-year-old woman, presenting as an enlarging soft-tissue tumor for 6 months associated with pain. The mass initially was diagnosed to be Backer’s cyst by ultrasonography, but later it was confirmed postoperatively through histopathological studies to be due to hydatid disease. In regions where hydatidosis is endemic, hydatid cyst should be included in the differential diagnosis of any unusual muscular mass.
STATUS AND WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT IN SONEGAON TALAVA, NAGPUR DISTRICT M.S. INDIA
BHARATI TAPASE,SEEMA NIMBARTE
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: The Present study has been carried out to investigate the effect of some physical, chemical and bacteriological aspects of Sonegaon Talava. The samples were analyzed for non-biological and bacteriological appearance colour, pH, turbidity, TDS, conductivity, temperature, DO, chloride, sulphate, phosphate, fluoride, COD and MPN. Water samples were collected seasonally from Sonegaon Talava at 8.30 to 10.30 am. The analysis carried out as per APHA (2005). The estimated water quality parameters have been compared with WHO, ICMR and ISI standards.
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