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Productivity and soil attributes as influenced by resource conservation technologies under rice- wheat system in Nepal
G Sah, SC Shah, SK Sah, RB Thapa, A McDonald, HS Sidhu, RK Gupta, P Wall
Agronomy Journal of Nepal , 2013, DOI: 10.3126/ajn.v3i0.9007
Abstract: Rice-wheat system provides food, income, and employment to over 83 % of the people and contributes to national food security in Nepal. Sustainability of the system is under threat because of increasing cultivation cost and declining soil fertility. On-farm experiments were carried out to determine the effects of tillage and crop establishment methods, crop residue management, and nitrogen levels that affect soil attributes and productivity of the rice-wheat system during 2010- 2011at Bara, Nepal. The treatment consisted of three tillage and crop establishment methods viz. Conventional tillage (CT), Permanent bed planting (PB), and Zero-tillage (ZT); two residue management levels viz. Residue retention and Residue removal; and three nitrogen levels viz. Zero nitrogen, farmer’s dose (80 and 100 kgha-1 N for rice and wheat, respectively), and abundant nitrogen (120 kgha-1 N for both rice and wheat crop). The experiments were laid out in strip-split plot design with three replications. The research results revealed that rice grain yield was significantly higher in the plots receiving N level as applied by farmers that was similar to abundant nitrogen dose. Wheat grain yield was significantly higher with zero tillage compared to permanent bed planting and conventional tillage. Significantly higher wheat grain yield was also obtained due to abundant nitrogen dose than zero dose nitrogen which was similar to farmers’ dose of N as well. There was no significant difference in grain yield of rice and wheat due to residue retention, although, it improved soil moisture. In wheat crop, zero-till planting and increased nitrogen application conserved soil moisture, enhanced soil electrical conductivity and lowered soil temperature. It can be concluded that rice and wheat can be grown successfully with zero tillage and farmer’s nitrogen dose without any yield penalty.
Patients as friends -awkward or advantageous?
SAH Moosa
South African Family Practice , 2003,
Abstract: Rural General Practitioners often find themselves in a small community having patients as friends. This can lead to difficulty in the relationship. This is a reflection on family friends where I missed the youngest child's diagnosis of myoclonic epilepsy in the social context and which led to a crisis in the relationship. This led me to reflect on acknowledging my needs, defining the roles and relationships and being explicit and honest with the patient cum friend in the structuring of the dual relationship in various ways. I, as a doctor, have learnt to continuously reflect on objectivity and comfort in the care of the patient cum friend. SA Fam Pract 2003;45(4):7-9
Optimization of Parameters for Minimum Path Loss in Underground Tunnels using CSP
Nagendra Sah
International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology , 2012,
Abstract: Communication in underground tunnels is one of the most important and challenging areas for engineering fraternity with multiplicity of constraints. Various factors such as frequency, tunnel size, cross-section shape and curvature, material used for construction, antenna position and polarization, all influence the path loss. With the availability of large number of factors which influences the path loss, the task of finding the optimal solution becomes complex. Constraint Satisfaction Programming has the potential of tackling wide range of search problems easily. The task of optimizing the path loss in tunnels can be modeled in CSP as that of searching the optimal set of parameters affecting the path loss.
Impact of Mobility and Node Speed on Multicast Routing In Wireless MANETs
Nagendra Sah
International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology , 2012,
Abstract: Mobile Ad-hoc networks are characterized as networks without any physical connections. In these networks there is no fixed topology due to the mobility of nodes, interference, multi-path propagation and path loss. One particularly challenging environment for multicast is a mobile ad-hoc network (MANET), where the network topology can change randomly and rapidly, at unpredictable times. As a result, several specific multicast routing protocols for MANET have been proposed. This paper evaluates well known multicast routing protocols, like on-demand multicast routing protocol (ODMRP), protocol independent protocol- dense mode (PIM-DM) and multicast open shortest path first (MOSPF) under various ranges of MANET scenarios based on mobility and node speed. The simulation environment is Qualnet-5.0.
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: One is not born, but rather becomes a woman – this thought provoking statement of Simon de Beauvoir in her book The Second Sex is the starting point of this paper. What goes into the making of a woman, what factors are at work in the conceptualization of womanhood? The paper critically focuses on the various modes of woman identity and sternly advocates the sexual autonomy for woman in order to achieve a conclusive woman identity.
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2013,
Abstract: In the contemporary postcolonial discourse, multiculturalism is an oft used term which has been variously defined by different scholars. Analyzing the different facets of multiculturalism, the paper attempts to associate it with diasporic writings. For the purpose I have chosen the works of Jhumpa Lahiri and Margaret Wilson; Lahiri is a post colonial American writer of Indian origin while Wilson is a colonial American writer who had lived in India and also written on India. The thrust of the paper is to contrast their multicultural concerns considering their respective social ambience.
Prevalence of the glaucomas in Nepal
RP Sah
Nepalese Journal of Ophthalmology , 2010, DOI: 10.3126/nepjoph.v2i2.3727
Abstract: DOI: 10.3126/nepjoph.v2i2.3727
Saving Environment Using Internet of Things: Challenges and the Possibilities  [PDF]
Praneet Sah
Advances in Internet of Things (AIT) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ait.2016.64004
Abstract: The term Internet of Things (IoT) emerged in the early 2000s but actually gained momentum only in the past few years, however we still do not get to see them in our daily life. It has generally been avoided by the mainstream market due to its cryptic nature which requires technical knowledge prior to its use. Lack of strong business model (by companies) and inability to adapt to new rapid changes (by consumers) are the two primary factors contributing to the fact that IoT is well ahead of its times but it need no longer be. In this paper, Ive created a setup for smart home that allows the users to control their electrical appliances from internet and even makes the appliances smart enough to react to the environmental conditions on their own. Using this setup, I observed the pattern in which electricity consumption and carbon footprints reduced as compared to the conventional setup i.e. without IoT. Analyzing this data provided me a solid proof that IoT definitely helps us to save electricity and environment. Since IoT is beneficial for all, I, then focused on the challenges that are hampering the penetration of IoT into the daily lives of consumers and how the consumer is overlooking the benefits that it has to offer, which even includes a primary concern for many, i.e. saving money. This paper is overall aimed to change the way a consumer thinks about IoT and to provide a solid ground to how it is beneficial.
Rapid and Reliable Method of High-Quality RNA Extraction from Diverse Plants  [PDF]
Saroj Kumar Sah, Gurwinder Kaur, Amandeep Kaur
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2014.521329
Abstract: The isolation of high quality RNA is a crucial technique in plant molecular biology. The quality of RNA determines the reliability of downstream process like real time PCR. In this paper, we reported a high quality RNA extraction protocol for a variety of plant species. Our protocol is time effective than traditional RNA extraction methods. The method takes only an hour to complete the procedure. Spectral measurement and electrophoresis were used to demonstrate RNA quality and quantity. The extracted RNA was further used for cDNA synthesis, expression analysis and copy number determination through Real Time PCR. The results indicate that RNA was of good quality and fit for real time PCR. This high throughput plant RNA extraction protocol can be used to isolate high quality RNA from diverse plants for real time PCR and other downstream applications.
“DOCTOR! Go for a course in HR Management"
SAH Moosa, ID Couper
South African Family Practice , 2004,
Abstract: A key principle of family medicine is the management of resources. Human Resource Management (HRM) underpins other principles of family medicine. It is not only the doctor but also the staff around him or her who enables and responds to the patient experience. South African private general practitioners struggle with staff management within an increasingly complex and regulated environment. Simple approaches, documents such as employment contracts and codes of conduct, and checklists highlighting statutory and best practise requirements can ensure good HRM. People-centred HRM contributes to a patient-centred practice. It can also address skills and incapacity in a fair manner, keeping the practice within the law and partnering in social transformation and primary health care delivery. SA Fam Pract 2004;46(8): 5-8)
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