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Influence of Articial Diet on Captive Rearing of African Giant Land Snail Archachatina marginata Pulmonata: Stylommatophora
B.N. Ejidike
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012,
Abstract: The effect of 25% crude protein diet, green papaw (Carica papaya) leaves or 25% crude protein diet plus green papaw (Carica papaya) leaves (ratio 1:1) on African giant land snail (Archachatina marginata) growth performance and survival were studied for over 180 days. The study diet treatments were designated treatment I-III, respectively. The Archachatina marginata were stocked five snails per replicates of nine for the three treatments in wooden cages raised 10 cm above the ground and fed 2% body weight day 1. The Archachatina marginata fed on treatments 1 and 11 had similar (p>0.05) body weight gain. The body weight gain of Archachatina marginata fed on treatment 111 was significantly influenced (p< 0.05) more than those on the treatments I and II. The morphological parameters (shell, length, shell width, shell aperture) followed the same trend of significance as body weight.
Literaire, filologische en moralistische bespiegelingen over de Siamese penisbel
B.N. Teensma
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1991,
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An unknown Portuguese text on Sumatra from 1582
B.N. Teensma
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1989,
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Health Manpower Planning In India
Ghosh B.N.
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 1988,
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A new species of Pachyopsis Uhler (Homoptera: Cicadellidae: Iassinae) from Southeastern Brazil
Coelho, Luci B.N.;
Anais da Sociedade Entomológica do Brasil , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0301-80591999000200006
Abstract: a new leafhopper, pachyopsis vicosensis n.sp., is described from state of minas gerais, brazil. the new species is more closely related to p. foratus kramer.
Laser technologies in treatment of patients with secondary lymphostasis of lower extremities
B.N. Jukov,М.А. Melnikov
Saratov Journal of Medical Scientific Research , 2010,
Abstract: Photodynamic therapy (PDT), matured as a feasible medical technology in the 1980s at several institutions throughout the world, is a ternary treatment for cancer involving three key components: a photosensitizer, light, and tissue oxygen. It is also being investigated for treatment of psoriasis and acne, and is an approved treatment for wet macular degeneration. A photosensitizer is a chemical compound that can be excited by light of a specific wavelength. This excitation uses visible or near-infrared light. In photodynamic therapy, either a photosensitizer or the metabolic precursor of one is administered to the patient. The tissue to be treated is exposed to light suitable for exciting the photosensitizer. Usually, the photosensitizer is excited from a ground singlet state to an excited singlet state. It then undergoes intersys-tem crossing to a longer-lived excited triplet state. Singlet oxygen is a very aggressive chemical species and will very rapidly react with any nearby biomolecules
Efeito de misturas de bentazon e paraquat nas plantas daninhas e na cultura do feij?o (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)
Rodrigues, B.N.;Victoria Filho, R.;
Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura Luiz de Queiroz , 1983, DOI: 10.1590/S0071-12761983000200023
Abstract: the present research was conducted at escola superior de agricultura "luiz de queiroz", piracicaba, sp, in 1981, with the objective to study behaviour of the herbicides bentazon and paraquat applied separately or in mixtures in some bean cultivars and in some weeds. two experiments were conducted in the field. the bean cultivars studied were carioca and moruna. the treatments carried on were: bentazon at 0,48 and 0,96 kg/ha; paraquat at 0,05 and 0,10 kg/ha and the tank mixtures with 0,48 + 0,05; 0,96 + 0,10; 0,48 + 0,10 and 0,96 + 0,05 kg/ /ha of bentazon + paraquat respectively. visual evaluations were performed to quantify the percentage of injury on the bean cultivars, and on the weeds. colby formula was utilized to evaluate the effects of the mixtures. the results showed that the mixtures induced evident antagonistic effects on the studied cultivars. the treatments carried in the field had no influence on the carioca and moruna cultivars yield. on sandy soil and with low precipitation, the synergism of the mixtures was evident on sida glaziovii k. sch. and portulacca oleracea l. in clay soils with normal precipitations, the synergistics effects were evident on brachiaria plantaginea (link) hitch., eleusine indica (l.) gaertn., and alternanthera ficoidea (l.) r. br.
Commentaries on Hilbert’s Basis Theorem
E Apine, B.N Jelten
Science World Journal , 2008,
Abstract: The famous basis theorem of David Hilbert is an important theorem in commutative algebra. In particular the Hilbert’s basis theorem is the most important source of Noetherian rings which are by far the most important class of rings in commutative algebra. In this paper we have used Hilbert’s theorem to examine their unique properties which will help us to understand some of the characteristics of the Noetherian rings.
Localisation in commutative rings at a prime ideal p - (0), (2)
E Apine, B.N Jelten
Science World Journal , 2008,
Abstract: This paper discuses localization, one of the most important concepts in commutative algebra. A process by which new rings are constructed. The nature of the resulting new ring depends on that of a multiplicative subset of the given ring. This paper also focuses on the extension of the ring of integers Z to that of rational numbers Qthat is embedding the integers into the rational numbers. Some results are stated in this paper.
Water Quality of Malaprabha River with Reference To Physico-Chemical Factors Near Khanapur Town of Belgaum District
DR. B.N.SUNKAD
International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology , 2013,
Abstract: River Malaprabha is the one of the prominent rivers of Krishna basin. The total catchment area at Khanapur is about 520 sq km. River originates in the Western Ghat at Kanakumbi village. It flows towards east and confluence with river Krishna at Kudalasangam. The monitoring of water quality of Malaprabha river was carried out for one year from June 2011 to May 2012. Two sampling points were selected, one at upstream of Khanapur and another at downstream of Khanapur town. The collected water samples were analysed by following standard methods. Parameters such as pH, temperature, were measured at site. It is very clear that at the first site all the parameters were well below the permissible limits. But at down stream point chloride , BOD are above the permissible limits and DO in monsoon months were recorded less but within the permissible limits.
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