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Efficacy Study of Metho-Chelated Organic Minerals preparation Feeding on Milk Production and Fat Percentage in dairy cows
Somkuwar A.P.1,Kadam A.S2,Shiva Kumar3 and Radhakrishna P. M3
Veterinary World , 2011,
Abstract: The objective of the study was to compare the effect of feeding different mineral based formulation on dairy cow production performance, namely milk yield and fat percentage. The trial was conducted with dairy cows across various stages of lactation (Early, Mid and Late stage with 30 cows per stage). The experimental treatments included: Bestmin Gold (Metho-chelated organic minerals, given 30 gms per day), Inorganic mineral preparation (Inorg. Mineral, @ 50 gms/day/ cow) and control. The study lasted from 0 to 40 days. Milk yield and fat percentage of cows were measured individually on Days 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 40. The Bestmin Gold treated group (Metho-chelated organic minerals) improved the milk yield, net gain in milk and the milk fat percentage of animals across the various stages of lactation as compared to in control and inorganic mineral treated group of animals. [Veterinary World 2011; 4(1.000): 19-21]
Effect of Cenosphere Concentration on the Mechanical, Thermal, Rheological and Morphological Properties of Nylon 6  [PDF]
P. A. Wasekar, P. G. Kadam, S. T. Mhaske
Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering (JMMCE) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jmmce.2012.118070
Abstract: Cenospheres are widely used as filler in thermoset plastics and concrete mainly for density reduction of the material. But there is no work noted of using cenosphere as filler in thermoplastics. In this paper cenosphere concentration was varied from 0 to 10 phr of nylon 6 and the effect of the same on the mechanical, thermal, rheological and morphological properties of the composite were studied. Elongation was found to have increased by 83% and impact strength by 44% at 2.5 phr loading of cenosphere. Flexural strength increased upto 25% at 10 phr content of cenosphere.
Appraising Spatio-Temporal Shifting of Urban Growth Center of Pimpri-Chinchwad Industrialized City, India Using Shannon Entropy Method  [PDF]
R. S. Ranpise, A. K. Kadam, S. W. Gaikwad, D. C. Meshram
Current Urban Studies (CUS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/cus.2016.43023
Abstract: Uncontrolled urban development of Pimpri Chinchwad area was assessed to understand shifting of urban growth center and its controlling factors during last forty years. Out of forty, initial 20 years span (1973 to 1993) is compared to subsequent 20 years (1993 to 2013). The secondary data i.e. topographic maps (year 1970 and 2009) and satellite image MSS, LISS III (year 1973 and 1993) and LISS IV image (year 2013) were used for preparation of land use land cover maps. Furthermore, Shannon entropy computed by built-up land class, was showing the entropy 0.81, 0.92 and 0.97 for year 1973, 1993 and 2013 respectively, hence the steady growth during past forty years. However, growth centers of urban development shifts from automobile industries at Pimpri (central part) to information technology (IT) industries towards Hinjewadi (western part) area. This shift was determined from the demographic alteration in study area. To understand demographic alteration, the spatial results were verified through ground truth survey reveals population growth is in the form of vertical growth such as increase in multi storey buildings instead of single storey housing. This study highlights the shifting of urban growth centers in developing countries such as India from automobile to IT industries. The shifting of growth center was resulted into impact on existing public services (drinking water, sanitation, waste management, roads, hospitals etc.). In conclusion, present study warrants the attentions towards shifting of urban growth center from such rapidly growing industrial city of the developing countries while deciding future urban planning.
Development of buccal adhesive tablet with prolonged antifungal activity: Optimization and ex vivo deposition studies
Madgulkar A,Kadam S,Pokharkar V
Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences , 2009,
Abstract: The purpose of the present work was to prepare buccal adhesive tablets of miconazole nitrate. The simplex centroid experimental design was used to arrive at optimum ratio of carbopol 934P, hydroxypropylmethylcellulose K4M and polyvinylpyrollidone, which will provide desired drug release and mucoadhesion. Swelling index, mucoadhesive strength and in vitro drug release of the prepared tablet was determined. The drug release and bioadhesion was dependent on type and relative amounts of the polymers. The optimized combination was subjected to in vitro antifungal activity, transmucosal permeation, drug deposition in mucosa, residence time and bioadhesion studies. IR spectroscopy was used to investigate any interaction between drug and excipients. Dissolution of miconazole from tablets was sustained for 6 h. based on the results obtained, it can be concluded that the prepared slow release buccoadhesive tablets of miconazole would markedly prolong the duration of antifungal activity. Comparison of in vitro antifungal activity of tablet with marketed gel showed that drug concentrations above the minimum inhibitory concentration were achieved immediately from both formulations but release from tablet was sustained up to 6 h, while the gel showed initially fast drug release, which did not sustain later. Drug permeation across buccal mucosa was minimum from the tablet as well as marketed gel; the deposition of drug in mucosa was higher in case of tablet. In vitro residence time and bioadhesive strength of tablet was higher than gel. Thus the buccoadhesive tablet of miconazole nitrate may offer better control of antifungal activity as compared to the gel formulation.
Global Economic Slowdown: It's impact on employment in India
Mr. A. S. Kadam,Mr. S. S. Shimpale
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: The present global economic crisis has its roots in housing loans issued to many people, by the American financial companies,who have not the repaying capacity. First of all economic recession heated to American economy and after that the major economies of the world were destructed by it. The recession in the US market and the economic slowdown termed as Global recession have engulfed complete world economy with a varying degree of recessional impact.World over the impact has diversified and its impact can be observed from the very fact of falling Stock market. In economics, a recession is a business cycle contraction, a general slowdown in economic activity over a period of time.
Effect of polymers on crystallo-co-agglomeration of ibuprofen-paracetamol: Factorial design
Pawar A,Paradkar A,Kadam S,Mahadik K
Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences , 2007,
Abstract: The purpose of this research was to study the effect of concentration of polyethylene glycol and ethyl cellulose on the properties of agglomerates of ibuprofen-paracetamol obtained by crystallo-co-agglomeration technique. The process of crystallo-co-agglomeration involved recrystallization of ibuprofen and its simultaneous agglomeration with paracetamol in presence polymers. The effect of combination of polyethylene glycol and ethylcellulose was studied by 2 2 factorial design. Ibuprofen content of the agglomerate increased with increase in ethyl cellulose while paracetamol content was decreased with increase in polyethylene glycol. Differential scanning calorimetry thermograms of agglomerates showed the unchanged endotherm for ibuprofen melting, whereas paracetamol endotherm was diffused with low enthalpy. The agglomerates were spherical but increase in polyethylene glycol caused its deformation. Agglomerates containing ethylcellulose with polyethylene glycol have higher resistance for fragmentation, modulus of elasticity but impart high tensile strength.
PERFORMANCE SIMULATION OF COLD STORAGE USING ENERGYPLUS
ASHISH S. UTAGE,K. V. MALI,A. D. KADAM
International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology , 2013,
Abstract: The present work deals with the study of cold storage refrigeration plant and simulation of refrigeration system to evaluate the cooling load and annual energy consumption for cold storage applications. The specific temperature and humidity range is required for properly storing any particular food and thus facilitates its preservation for a longer duration of time. The present cold storage capacity in India is grossly inadequate and with a positive future outlook for the agro, food processing, retail and pharmaceutical industry there is urgent need to scale up and develop integrated cold chain facilities across the country. In this view, a simple methodology is presented to obtain the cooling load and energy consumption for a cold storage using an energy simulation tool “EnergyPlus”. Also the attempt has been made to minimize energy consumption of cold store by replacing the Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) with Poly-urethane Foam (PUF) insulation. The methodology has been validated against the actual data obtained from Penguin cold storage situated in Pune, India. It is found from the simulation results that the average reduction of cooling load for summer design day is 9.78 % while for winter design day it is 9.26 %, when 150 mm thick insulation of EPS is replaced by 100 mm PUF insulation. Due to this replacement the annual cooling energy is saved by Rs. 63875 with pay-back period of 6.8 years.
A Study of IEC Activity in RCH at PHC
Kadam Y,Jadhav A,Durgavale P,Kakade S
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 2006,
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Post Hatch Histo-morphological Studies of Small Intestinal Development in Chicks Fed with Herbal Early Chick Nutritional Supplement
G.B. Yadav,A.S. Kadam,A.M. Pachpande,S.B. Lambate
International Journal of Poultry Science , 2010,
Abstract: Earlier the food passes through gastrointestinal tract, better is the stimulus for initiating the gut function development. Morphology of the small intestine of Vencobb broiler chick was determined immediately post hatch by comparing between untreated control group fed with standard basal ration 48 h after hatch and the treatment groups (T2 and T3) offered Chikimune at 2 different doses of 6 and 8 g/chick/day for early 2 days followed by administration of standard basal ration after 2 days. Pattern of development of the intestinal mucosa, mechanisms underlying the structural changes in small intestine were assessed. The length, weight and diameter of different parts of small intestine developed significantly earlier in treatment groups (II and III) as compared to control (T1). Crypt depth and villous height increased with age in the duodenum, jejunum and illeum. There were also significant changes in apparent villous surface area in the three regions, while interactions between age and intestinal region were significant in the case of crypt depth and villous height although, the intestinal mucosa of the strain was structurally developed at hatch, there was much change in structure with age, especially over the first 7 day post hatch.
Lipase Production from Bacillus sp Using Soybean Oil Cake as Substrate
H. J. Bhosale,T. A. Kadam,S. R. Sukalkar,S. D. Adekar
International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biological Research , 2012,
Abstract: Microbial lipases are holding a prominent position commercially due to their wide scope industrial and biotechnological applications. However, production cost is the major factor that limits their applicability. This indicates the need for low cost production systems. The agro wastes are nutritionally rich and can be usedpotentially for lipase production. In the present study 29 lipolytic bacterial isolates were obtained from oil contaminated soils of Nanded district of Maharashtra by using tributyrin agar medium. Based on quantitative studies, three isolates L5, L12 and L18 were selected to find their potential to use soybean oil cake as substrate in liquid shake culture medium for lipase production. The isolate L18 was the most active and producer strain on this medium. The isolate was identified by conventional methods as Bacillus sp. Maximum lipase yield was observed after 96 hrs of incubation (51U/mL) at 30°C temperature. The activity of partially purified lipase was studied at different pH and temperature levels. The maximum lipase activity was observed at pH 9.0 and 40°C temperature indicating its highly alkaline and moderately thermostable nature. The study indicated thesignificance of Bacillus sp in cost effective lipase production using soybean oil cake and may be used potentially for various industrial applications.
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