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Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Effective management of emotions is an important aspect of human behavior. Many investigations in the field of personality indicate that emotional maturity and social skills along with intelligence bring adjustment and success in one's life. An emotionally intelligent person can manage his /her feeling in a better way and cope with stress, with the effective ability to solve problems. It is said that the emotionally intelligent person is the one who is capable to managing one's feeling and emotions in various aspects of one's life. Such a person consequently is well adjusted and more successful in various areas of educational and other professional fields.
Modelling Visible Foliar Injury Effects on Canopy Photosynthesis and Potential Crop Yield Losses Resulting from Fluoride Exposure  [PDF]
David Doley, Laurence Rossato
Journal of Environmental Protection (JEP) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jep.2012.39113
Abstract: Crop production models are highly developed to account for different nitrogen, light, temperature and water availability conditions and, in some species, disease or air pollutant effects. There is very limited knowledge on responses of many tropical crops, such as oil palm (Elaeis guineensis), to air pollutants although predictions of these effects are essential for industrial planning in several countries. In the absence of limitations due to water supply, the effects of leaf area loss due to necrosis and chlorosis are much more important to canopy photosynthesis than are changes in the physiological attributes that influence the efficiency of light use. Therefore, potential losses of crop production due to air pollutants such as fluoride can be inferred usefully from the extent of visible injury to foliage that may be associated with different levels of pollutant exposure.
The Effects of Family Structure on the Development of Bilinguality  [PDF]
Lily Halsted
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2013.49098

This study examines the role of family structure in the development of different levels of bilinguality. Students from five different public and private universities responded to an extensive survey on various aspects of bilinguality. Participants were divided into three groups: monolinguals, non-fluent bilinguals and fluent bilinguals. In line with the initial hypothesis, higher levels of bilinguality correlated with having more bilingual family members. Also further evidence was found for the importance of the mother, father and sisters in becoming bilingual. Additionally, the presence of bilingual step-parents and grandparents on acquisition and maintenance of a second language was examined and fund to be much less influential than the role of the parents. Finally, the influence of socio-economic status (SES) on development of bilinguality was measured with no clear effect being found. The unique contribution of this study is that it attempts to connect the influence of specific family members to different levels of bilinguality.

In-Vitro Efficacy of Trichoderma viride Against Sclerotium rolfsii and Macrophomina phaseolina
Khirood DOLEY,Paramjit Kaur JITE
Notulae Scientia Biologicae , 2012,
Abstract: The fungal pathogen causes serious widespread losses to agricultural crops worldwide. Therefore, economy of countries may worsen especially of developing countries. In addition, harmful chemical pesticides which are being used today for increasing crop production creates very serious health hazardous problems to human beings and ecosystem as a whole. The antagonistic potential of Trichoderma species which has been long known to control various soil-borne fungal pathogens in biological way may be utilized. The faster growth rates with which it competes with fungal pathogen mainly brings upon their antagonistic characteristics. An investigation was carried out in laboratory condition towards biological efficacy of T. viride on potato dextrose agar (PDA) medium for the bio-control of soil-borne plant pathogens Sclerotium rolfsii and Macrophomina phaseolina in in-vitro condition. The dual culture technique was followed in which T. viride showed significant antifungal activities towards both the pathogens. T. viride significantly inhibited the mycelial radial growth of S. rolfsii by 75% and M. phaseolina by 71.42%. The results showed variable mycelial growth rate for all fungal isolates which was determined after 6 days of incubation in which T. viride showed minimum of 4.00 days to completely cover the petri-plates and S. rolfsii showed 4.33 days whereas M. phaseolina showed 6.33 days. Thus, T. viride showed encouraging results regarding their biopesticidal and biofungicidal potential against plant pathogens which may be endorsed to substitute harmful chemical supplements that exists in modern day agricultural practices.
Response of Groundnut (‘JL-24’) Cultivar to Mycorrhiza Inoculation and Phosphorous Application
Khirood DOLEY,Paramjit Kaur JITE
Notulae Scientia Biologicae , 2012,
Abstract: A pot experiment was conducted on peanut Arachis hypogaea L. during 2007 growing season to determine their growth characteristics due to mycorrhizal inoculation and two different levels of soluble phosphorous application. Due to inoculation by AM fungi the growth parameters such as leaf number, shoot length, root length, fresh weight, dry weight, pod number and nodule number were significantly increased but two different level of phosphate also showed growth. However, growth parameters showed variable results when two different level of phosphate was applied along with AM fungi. Without phosphorous the mycorrhizal groundnut showed significant growth but when first low level of phosphorous was applied it showed more significant growth, however most significant result was observed with second high level of phosphorous application to the groundnut plant. Total chlorophyll content and acid and alkaline phosphatase activity was also significantly higher but most significant were observed when first level of phosphorous was applied followed by second level of phosphorous. The percent root colonization by mycorrhizal fungus Glomus fasciculatum was higher due to application of phosphorous but mycorrhizal dependency went on decreasing due to increase in the level of phosphorous. The different level of phosphorous had significant effect on growth and physiological parameters of mycorrhizal and non-mycorrhizal Arachis plants after 30, 60 and 90 days of growth period. However, the obtained results proved the improvement in plant growth with application of phosphorous. Thus, for increase in production of groundnut in the state of Maharashtra seems to be feasible option for increasing the overall production and yield.
A Study on the Innovation of Business Model in Manufacturing Enterprises under the Background of “Internet Plus”  [PDF]
Fanzhu Kong, Lily Zhao
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2017.510004
As a new productive force, “Internet plus” is changing the modes of production. It has become a key to develop a new business model to meet “internet plus” for manufacturing industry. This paper analyzed the basic connotation and elements of the business model. On this basis, it discussed the factors that affect the innovation of the business model on the era of “Internet plus”, and put forward the innovation strategy of business model from the four aspects of customer value proposition, client, enterprise and industry.
Using Q-methodology to identify local perspectives on wildfires in two Koyukon Athabascan communities in rural Alaska
Lily Ray
Sustainability : Science, Practice and Policy , 2011,
Abstract: Sustainable resource management depends upon the participation of resource-dependent communities. Competing values between community members and government agencies and among groups within a community can make it difficult to find mutually acceptable management goals and can disadvantage certain resource users. This study uses Q-methodology to discover groups with shared perspectives on wildfire policy in the Koyukon Athabascan villages of Galena and Huslia, Alaska. Before the study, participants appeared to disagree over the amount of wildfire suppression needed, but Q-method results showed three perspectives united around deeper, less oppositional concerns: Caucasian residents and resource managers who preferred natural processes; older Koyukon residents concerned about losing local control, small animals, and cultural places; and younger Koyukon residents who felt subsistence activities were resilient to social-ecological change. Additionally, both Koyukon groups suspected it was cheaper to suppress all wildfires while small. These results imply that community frustration with wildfire management may be reduced through collaborative research with Koyukon elders on locally important issues, cultural site mapping in order to extend some level of wildfire protection, and greater agency transparency about wildfire-suppression costs. The results also indicate that age may be an understudied driver of community resource-use preferences. This study proposes that without identifying resource user-interest groups and their main concerns, it is difficult to develop equitable environmental goals. It shows how Q-methodology provides a systematic approach for identifying the stakeholders and issues needed in resource management.
"Blue Jeans, Black Leather Jackets, and a Sneer: The Iconography of the 1950s Biker and its Translation Abroad"
Lily Phillips
International Journal of Motorcycle Studies , 2005,
Abstract: The biker, along with the inner-city gang member the iconic symbol of 1950s juvenile delinquency, changed over the course of the 1950s and 1960s from a figure of violent alienation to a joke to a counter cultural hero. This transformation is significant because it mirrors the change in overall attitudes toward juvenile delinquency during this period, a change that I argue was crucial to the development of the Counterculture so central to the 1960s. In this article, I study this transformation as a consequence of the situational dynamics of the Cold War, where the biker functioned, on a symbolic level, as a foil and complement to American national identity. The biker as iconic figure provides us with a focal point for studying these larger cultural processes.
Jeffrey. A. Rydberg-Cox. Digital Libraries and challenges of Digital Humanities. Oxford. England Chandos Publishing, 2006. ISSBN 1 84334 134 4 (paper back)
Lily Want
Trends in Information Management , 2006,
Hazefirah, premier journal de langue hébra que en Pologne Hazefirah, the First Hebrew Periodical in Poland ,
Lily Perlemuter
Yod : Revue des études Hébra?ques et Juives , 2012, DOI: 10.4000/yod.1580
Abstract: L’étude est consacrée au journal Hazefirah et plus particulièrement à la place qu’il accorde à la littérature hébra que. C’est le premier journal de langue hébra que en Pologne, et il para t de 1862 à 1931. L’étude comporte deux parties : l’histoire du journal et l’écho qu’il fait de la célébration des soixante-quinze ans du très grand écrivain de langues hébra que et yiddish, Mendele Mokher Sefarim. Le r le important de la littérature dans le journal et la richesse de la vie littéraire dans la communauté juive de Pologne sont ainsi mis en relief. This work is about the newspaper Hazefirah, especially the place given to the Hebrew literature. Hazefirah, published from 1862 to 1931, is the first newspaper in Hebrew language in Poland.Our work has two distinct parts: the first one is the history of the newspaper; the second one is about the celebration of the seventy-fifth birthday of the Hebrew and Yiddish writer Mendele Mokher Sefarim. The study shows the important place of literature in the newspaper and the richness of the literary life of the Jewish community in Poland.
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