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Relationship Between Maternal Nutritional-Social Status and Pregnancy Outcomes
F. Borazjani,K.A. Ahmadi,Parvin Shahri
Pakistan Journal of Nutrition , 2011,
Abstract: The aims of present study were to determine effect of maternal dietary intake and also socio-economical status on outcomes of pregnancy. A cross sectional study in Pune city Maharashtra state (India) was carried out among 156 singleton healthy pregnant women. Directly interview method was accomplished of the pregnant women who were visiting for their monthly check up. During each interview, information was sought concerning the demography background of pregnant women and 24 h diet recall and also food frequency questionnaire. Regression result showed the maternal fish, saturated oil and milk intake significant and positively contributed to birth biometrical parameters. While, unsaturated oil intakes was negatively associated. Moreover, birth size was influenced by maternal income-educational status. Subsequently, polynomial linearity test approved existence of increasing tendency among the variable. The study indicates that maternal dietary consumption can be considered as a reliable predictor of fetal growth. Similarly, educational status has an effect on fetal growth and pregnancy outcome.
Impact of Maternal Factors on Birth Parameters in Urban Affluent Pregnant Women
F. Borazjani,Shanuak S. Kulkarni,K.A. Ahmadi
Pakistan Journal of Nutrition , 2011,
Abstract: The objective of this study was to determine the effect of maternal nutritional factors on birth parameters among urban affluent pregnant women. A cross sectional study was carried out in Pune city of Maharashtra state among 156 singleton healthy pregnant women. Face to face interview method was undertaken of the pregnant women who were visiting for their monthly check up. During each interview, information was sought concerning the demography background of pregnant women and 24 h diet recall and also food frequency questionnaire. Each 1gr increase in maternal protein intake is associated with a 31.47gr increase in birth weight (95% CI, 5.36-57.59gr) and 0.158 cm increase in birth length (95% CI, 0.046-0.27 cm). Also there is positive contribution between percent of energy derived from protein and birth weight. In addition birth length predicted positively by % of energy derived from fat. In addition it exist the negative weakly association between energy intake with birth weight and also negative association between birth length and maternal carbohydrate intake. The study support that maternal dietary composition has an effect on fetal growth and pregnancy outcome.
Ter nagedachtenis aan mijn vriend Theo van der Merwe
K.A. Bril
Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship , 2006, DOI: 10.4102/koers.v71i1.226
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Physicochemical Attributes of Nigerian Natural Honey from Honeybees (Apis mellifera adansonii) (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and its Shelf Life in Storage at Room Temperature
K.A. Fasasi
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: Nigerian honey competes globally in the world honey market. The physicochemical parameters of honey samples sourced from colonies of Apis mellifera adansonii were studied with the effect of storage-time over a period of two years. This was done by analyzing and evaluating eleven common physicochemical parameters including colour, moisture content, ash content, sugar content, acidity, pH value, hydroxymethylfurfural, diastase activity, nitrogen content, insoluble matter and viscosity of honey samples with the effect of storage-time on the physicochemical parameters using Association of Official Analytical Chemists methods. Most of the honey samples showed proper maturity considering the moisture content (17.9±2.0%). The total acidity (21.5±5.6 meq kg-1) indicated absence of undesirable fermentation after harvest and extraction. The Mean±SD pH value (3.9±0.2) of the honey samples was within acceptable standards of Economic European Community (EEC) and Codex. The ash content (0.4±0.2%) (0.2-0.6%) was slightly higher than 0-0.50% of EEC and Codex standards. The fructose and glucose mean values were 38.9±0.8% and 28.3±2.4%, respectively. The Mean±S.D value of hydroxymethylfurfural content (8.5±2.7 mg kg-1) was low, while the Mean±SD value of diastase activity was high depicting freshness. The evaluated physicochemical parameters of two years old honey samples exhibited no significant deviation (p>0.05) from that of the fresh samples. This study showed that natural honey if properly harvested, extracted hygienically, preserved and stored can maintain their stability relatively for at least two years at room temperature without undue interference.
Some proto-Malayic affixes
K.A. Adelaar
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1984,
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In memoriam Johannes Cornelis Anceaux
K.A. Adelaar
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1989,
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Body Mass and Conformation Traits in Four Breeds of Guinea Fowl
K.A. Kozaczynski
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 1998,
Abstract: The records for body mass at one day, one, four, twelve, sixteen, twenty, twenty four weeks of age and conformation traits (Shank length, shank diameter, keel length, breast angle) at four, twelve, sixteen, twenty, and twenty four weeks of age were collected from 114 guinea fowl. There were highly significant differences in body mass between breeds and a significant difference between sexes from 4 weeks of age up to 20 weeks of age. At 24 weeks of age the difference in body mass was significant for breeds but not significant for sex. All the conformation trait measurements were higher for males than for females. A steady increase in shank length, shank diameter and keel length was observed from the 4th to the 20th week of age in all the breeds and sexes. During the study greater average breast measurement angles were recorded for females than males.
Malay and Javanese loanwords in Malagasy, Tagalog and Siraya (Formosa)
K.A. Adelaar
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1994,
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The relevance of Salako for Proto-Malayic and for Old Malay epigraphy
K.A. Adelaar
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1992,
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Screening of the Insecticidal Activity of New Recombinant Preparations of Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki Against the Egyptian Cotton Leafworm
Zaied K.A.
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2000,
Abstract: In the present work, two cultures of Bacillus strains belonging to two serotypes and four of their transconjugants were screened with respect to their activities against lepidopterous cotton pest. Two strains of Bacillus were screened for their drug resistance to be used as a genetic markers to identify bacterial strains in the conjugation process. B. subtilis was found to be sensitive to all antibiotics and drugs, and also resistant to crystal violet. Although, B. thuringiensis was found to be sensitive to all antibiotics, drugs and crystal violt, except for it was resistant to hiconcil. Bacterial transconjugants isolated from conjugation between both strains were more resistant to both crystal violet and hiconcil. Two groups of crystals and spores have been isolated within Bacillus strains and their transconjugants. This because -endotoxin gene of B. thuringiensis codes for the insecticidal crystal protein (ICP) specific for lepidopteran insects, since the N-terminal half of the toxin is sufficient both for insect specificity and toxicity. The potency of two Bacillus preparation was determined against Spodoptera littoralis. The toxicities of these two groups against larvae of Spodoptera littoralis expressed as; average consumption of fed leaves, average weight of surviving larvae, survival percent of the larvae and mortality percentage are also differed. Mortality levels of larvae caused by the different isolates varied from 20.83 to 79.17 (crystals alone) and from 58.33 to 83.33 (crystal and spores). Higher levels of mortality were observed if a mixture of relatively pure crystals and spores was used compared with the mortality resulting from either fraction of crystal alone. -endotoxin recombinant crystalline protein and endospores from bacterial transconjugants were highly toxic effective against S. littoralis than from their parental strains.
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