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Tonic Pupil Following Pars Plana Vitrectomy and Endolaser
Benyamin Ebrahim,Larry Frohman,Marco Zarbin,Neelakshi Bhagat
Case Reports in Medicine , 2009, DOI: 10.1155/2009/970502
Abstract: Tonic pupil was observed in a 67 year-old patient following a retinal detachment repair with pars plana vitrectomy, endolaser and silicone oil tamponade performed under retrobulbar anesthesia. The probable location of disturbance is the postganglionic parasympathetic fibers in the short ciliary nerves along their course to the pupil in the suprachoroidal space. A likely explanation for this phenomenon is injury to short ciliary nerves by endolaser treatment.
Integrating Literature into Foreign Language Teaching: A Sri Lankan Perspective
Neelakshi C. PREMAWARDHENA
Novitas-ROYAL , 2007,
Abstract: This paper discusses the challenges and perspectives of introducing literature into foreign language studiesat universities in Sri Lanka based on research conducted among students of six foreign languages at University ofKelaniya, Sri Lanka. Although literature is a major component in the undergraduate study programs, the students aremore inclined to develop their language skills. Thus, they devote less time to reading literature.A major setback in integrating literature into foreign language curriculum is the lack of language competency ofstudents at the beginning of their study programs. Apart from French and Japanese, the students have a tendency tostart learning German, Korean, Chinese and Russian at elementary level. Hence, competency in the relevantlanguage to start reading literature is acquired at the earliest in the second year. Lack of appreciation for literature, ingeneral, due to traditional teaching methods and the stigma attached to it as being a difficult and uninteresting areaalso results in the students’ further drawing themselves away from the literature.While suggesting remedial measures already tested in the German study program for more effective teaching, thispaper emphasises the importance of didactics in literature and training students to cultivate a learning culture thatincludes appreciating one’s own literature.
The Role of Efferent Reduction of Cochlear Compression in the Detection of Tones in Noise  [PDF]
Shaum P. Bhagat, Anusha Yellamsetty
Open Journal of Acoustics (OJA) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/oja.2017.73007
Abstract: Stimulation of medial olivocochlear (MOC) efferent neurons reduces basilar membrane (BM) sensitivity and increases the slope of BM input-output (I/O) functions in animal models. Decreased compression of I/O functions associated with activation of MOC efferent neurons may assist in extending the neural response to the tone above that of noise, leading to an improvement in masked thresholds. To evaluate this hypothesis, the distortion-product otoacoustic emission (DPOAE) I/O function, a proxy measure of BM compression, was examined in conditions with presentation of contralateral noise. DPOAE I/O functions were measured at f2 frequencies of 1000 and 2000 Hz in 16 normal-hearing adults. In each subject, estimation of masked thresholds at 1000 and 2000 Hz was provided by a two-interval forced-choice procedure. There were statistically significant associations between DPOAE I/O function slopes and masked tone thresholds at both 1000 and 2000 Hz. At 1000 Hz, individuals with higher DPOAE I/O function slopes exhibited lower masked thresholds. Data at 2000 Hz indicated that individuals with higher masked thresholds exhibited higher DPOAE I/O function slopes. When measured with contralateral noise, DPOAE I/O function slopes were linked to masked thresholds at both frequencies examined in this study. Linearized DPOAE I/O functions presumably reflect linearized BM growth functions under conditions of MOC efferent activation, and this process may have extended the neural response to the signal tone so that it could be more easily heard in the presence of masking noise under certain conditions examined in this study.
Necessary and sufficient conditions for eventually vanishing oscillatory solutions of functional equations with small delays
Bhagat Singh
International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences , 1978, DOI: 10.1155/s0161171278000307
Abstract: Necessary and sufficient conditions are found for all oscillatory solutions of the equation (rn ¢ ’1(t)(rn ¢ ’2(t)( ¢ ’ ¢ ’ ¢ ’(r2(t)(r1(t)y ¢ € 2(t)) ¢ € 2) ¢ € 2 ¢ ’ ¢ ’ ¢ ’) ¢ € 2) ¢ € 2) ¢ € 2+a(t)h(y(g(t)))=b(t) to approach zero. Sufficient conditions are also given to ensure that all solutions of this equation are unbounded.
Nonlinear oscillations in disconjugate forced functional equations with deviating arguments
Bhagat Singh
International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences , 1983, DOI: 10.1155/s0161171283000083
Abstract: For the equation Lnv(t)+a(t)h(y(g(t)))=f(t) where Lny(t)=pn(t)(pn ¢ ’1(t)( ¢ € |(p1(t)(po(t)y(t)) ¢ € 2) ¢ € 2 ¢ € |) ¢ € 2) ¢ € 2 sufficient conditions have been found for all of its solutions to be oscillatory. The conditions found also lead to growth estimates for tle nonoscillatory solutions.
Oscillation in second order functional equations with deviating arguments
Bhagat Singh
International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences , 1981, DOI: 10.1155/s0161171281000094
Abstract: For the pair of functional equations (A) ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰(r(t)y ¢ € 2(t)) ¢ € 2+p(t)h(h(g(t)))=f(t) and (B) ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰ ¢ € ‰(r(t)y ¢ € 2(t)) ¢ € 2 ¢ ’p(t)h(y(g(t)))=0 sufficient conditions have been found to cause all solutions of equation (A) to be oscillatory. These conditions depend upon a positive solution of equation (B).
On slow oscillation and nonoscillation in retarded equations
Bhagat Singh
International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences , 1979, DOI: 10.1155/s0161171279000417
Abstract: Sufficient conditions have been found to ensure that all oscillatory solutions of (r(t)y ¢ € 2(t)) ¢ € 2+a(t)y(t ¢ ’ (t))=f(t) are slowly oscillating. This behaviour is further linked to nonoscillation.
Factors influencing mycelial growth of Sclerotium rolfsii
Imdramani Bhagat
Nepalese Journal of Biosciences , 2011, DOI: 10.3126/njbs.v1i0.7466
Abstract: Sclerotial blight of tea ( Camellia sinensis L.) caused by Sclerotium rolfsii Sacc. is one of the destructive diseases in tea growing areas of the world. In the present investigation, an attempt was made to know the optimum conditions for the mycelial growth of S. rolfsii. Factors influencing mycelial growth of S. rolfsii were studied with special reference to their growth in different media, variable pH and variable sources of carbon ( viz ., 6 types) as well as organic ( viz ., 4 types) and inorganic ( viz ., 4 types) nitrogen sources. Maximum growth of pathogen occurred after 8 days of inoculation at pH 6. Dextrose was the most effective carbon source and yeast extract (organic source) was found most optimum for growth of S. rolfsii. Organic nitrogen sources were found to be better than inorganic nitrogen sources. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/njbs.v1i0.7466 Nepalese Journal of Biosciences 1: 26-31 (2011)
Management of collar rot of tomato caused by Sclerotium rolfsii
Indramani Bhagat
BIBECHANA , 2014, DOI: 10.3126/bibechana.v11i0.10393
Abstract: Collar rot of tomato (Lycopersicum esculentum Miller) caused by Sclerotium rolfsii Sacc. is one of the most destructive diseases in tomato throughout the world. Effective and efficient management of the crop disease is generally achieved by the use of synthetic pesticides. These pesticides are known to pollute the environment, soil and water besides causing deleterious effects on human health and biosphere.
Tunable Bandwidth Third Order Switched-Capacitor with Multiple Feedbacks Filter for Different Center Frequencies  [PDF]
Ganeshchandra N. Shinde, Sanjay R. Bhagat
Engineering (ENG) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2010.23025
Abstract: This paper proposes third order tunable bandwidth active Switched-Capacitor filter. The circuit consists of only op-amps and switched capacitors. The circuit is designed for circuit merit factor Q = 10. The proposed circuit implements three filter functions low pass, band pass and high pass simultaneously in single circuit. The filter circuit can be used for both narrow as well as for wide bandwidth. For various values of cut-off frequencies the behaviour of circuit is studied. The circuit works properly only for higher central frequencies, when f0 > 10 kHz.
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