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NEXTENSIBLE FLOWS OF b-TANGENT DEVELOPABLE SURFACES OF BIHARMONIC NEW TYPE b-SLANT HELICES ACCORDING TO BISHOP FRAME IN THE SOL SPACE Sol^3
TALAT KORPINAR,ESSIN TURHAN
Journal of Science and Arts , 2012,
Abstract: In this paper, we study inextensible flows of b-btangent developable surfaces of biharmonic new type b-bslant helix in the Sol^3 . We obtain partial differential equation for tangent developable surfaces of biharmonic new type b-slant helix in terms of their Bishop curvatures. Finally, we find explicit parametric equations one-parameter family of the b-btangent developable surface of a unit speed non-geodesic biharmonic new b-bslant helix in Sol^3.
INVOLUTE CURVES OF BIHARMONIC CURVES IN SL2(R)
TALAT KORPINAR,VEDAT ASIL,ESSIN TURHAN
Journal of Science and Arts , 2011,
Abstract: . In this paper, we study involute curves of biharmonic curves in the SL2(R). Finally, we find out their explicit parametric equations.
Global Stability for a Asymptotically Periodic Cooperative Lotka-Volterra System with Time Delays  [PDF]
Talat Tayir, Rouzimaimaiti Mahemuti
Open Journal of Applied Sciences (OJAppS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ojapps.2017.75018
Abstract: In this paper a class of cooperative Lotka-Volterra population system with time delay is considered. Some sufficient conditions on the existence and globally asymptotically stability for the asymptotically periodic solution of the system are established by using the Lyapunov function method and the method given in Fengying Wei and Wang Ke (Applied Mathematics and Computation 182 (2006) 161-165).
Mineragraphic Study of Manganese Ore Deposits of Kandri, Mansar, Beldongri and Satak Mines, Nagpur District (Maharashtra) Central India  [PDF]
Talat Jawed, F. N. Siddiquie
International Journal of Geosciences (IJG) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ijg.2014.57064
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In Nagpur, M.P.-Maharashtra Manganese Belt is exposed which is part of Sausar Belt. In Nagpur, four manganese mines viz Mansar, Kandri, Beldongri and Satak are selected for the ore microscopic study. These mining areas are situated in that part of Central India which are highly deformed and metamorphosed and are characterised by high grade amphibolite facies to low grade greenschist facies. The Precambrian manganese ore deposits of Nagpur are formed by the metasediments of Sausar belt which is rich in manganese sediments. The manganese ores of the study area are co-folded with distinct rock types i.e. “gondites” and predominantly composed of a mixture of braunite, bixbyite, hausmannite, hollandite, jacobsite, vredenburgite, pyrolusite, cryptomelane and psilomelane. The dominant rocks are tirodi migmatitic gneiss, argillaceous and calcareous rock types. This paper discusses the mineralogy of the manganese ores of Kandri, Mansar, Satak and Beldongri. After the careful assessment of mineralogy, texture and paragenesis of the manganese ore of the study area, it has been concluded that the manganese ores of the study area are formed by the multiple processes i.e. metamorphism and supergene enrichment. These supergene enrichments are evidence of colloidal influx. Occurrence of free braunite, free hausmannite and free jacobsite indicates the high grade metamorphism. Pyrolusite, rhodonite, and psilomelane-cryptomelane are formed by supergene enrichment. The presence of lamellar twinning in braunite indicates about shear pressure. In this area the different manganese mineral assemblages and their textures suggest about the occurrence of different metamorphic activity and depositional environment. The texture and paragenesis of manganese ore of the study area are discussed here.

Infection of Haematozoan Parasites Found in Birds of NWFP (Pakistan)
Rukhsana Talat
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2005,
Abstract: A total blood films of 489 birds were made from different spots of NWFP (Pakistan) belonging to Falconiformes, Galliformes, columbiformes, Psithaciformes, Piciformes and Passeiformes were examined, Plasmodium relictum was found in sparrows, incidence was 23%. P. gallinaceum (7.27%) and P. Juxtanucleare (0.91%) was found in chickens. P. elongatum was carried by partridges (2.9%) Haemoproteus columbae was found in Pigeons (12.2%) in sparrows (17%) and in Myna (12.50). Two unidentified microfilariae were recovered form sparrows and Myna. Eagles, Doves, Parrots, woodpeckers, Crows swallows and Ducks were also examined for parasitic infection but found refractory.
From Babylon to 'Libre-Space' Babil'den 'Kütüp-Uzay'a
Talat Halman
Türk Kütüphanecili?i , 1995,
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Dynamics of a Two Species Competitive System with Pure Delays  [PDF]
Talat Tayir, Rouzimaimaiti Mahemuti, Xamxinur Abdurahman
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2016.47123
Abstract: A class of non-autonomous two species Lotka-Volterra competitive system with pure discrete time delays is discussed. Some sufficient conditions on the boundedness, permanence, periodic solution and global attractivity of the system are established by means of the comparison method and Liapunov functional.
Common fixed point of a power graphic contraction pair in partial metric spaces endowed with a graph
Mujahid Abbas and Talat Nazir
Fixed Point Theory and Applications , 2013, DOI: 10.1186/1687-1812-2013-20
Abstract: MSC: 47H10, 54H25, 54E50.
Investigating the Prevalence and Procedure of Frankincense Use in Pregnant Women Referring to Health Care Centers in Mashhad
Mahboobeh Ghabel,Talat Khadivzadeh
Knowledge & Health Journal , 2009,
Abstract: Introduction: A narration by the holy prophet of Islam reads Feed pregnant women with frankincense so that they will have intelligent and brave children. Frankincense is a plant gum which is obtained from different species of Boswellia. In Islamic and traditional medicine frankincense has been named as a substance which improves intelligence and memory. Hippocampus is the most important part of learning and memorizing in the brain and frankincense juice probably by influencing this area increases the conduction of sensory signals and improves memory. Noting the extensive use of the Islamic and traditional medicine recommendations in the country in this study we investigated the use of frankincense in pregnant women referring to health care centers in Mashahd between July 2005 and October 2006. Method: In this cross-sectional survey 900 pregnant women referring to health care centers in Mashhad were interviewed. The participants were selected through a multi stage sampling procedure. Gestational age of the participants was between 4 to 41 weeks and the mean of gestational age was 26.2 weeks. The collected data were analyzed by SPSS software. Results: 263 (29.2%) pregnant women ate frankincense in order to have intelligent babies. The rate of frankincense use varied from once in the pregnancy period to constant daily use during this period and the mean use was 74.16 days. 60.2% of the participants had high school diploma or higher degrees and 39.8% had degrees lower than high school diploma. In 94.6% of the mothers using frankincense no side effect was observed and only 5.4% of mothers reported nausea or some slight side effects. Conclusion: Noting the importance of learning and the constructive role of mental abilities and memory in human success it is recommended that more complementary research be conducted to determine the effect of frankincense on childrens IQs in case-control studies.
THE ANALYSIS OF COMMON VERBS WHICH ARE USED IN KüL T G N MONUMENT AND KUTADGU B L G IN TERMS OF VERB-COMPLEMENT RELATIONS KüL T G N AB DES VE KUTADGU B L G’DEK ORTAK F LLER N TAMLAYICI L K S A ISINDAN NCELENMES
Talat D?NAR
Turkish Studies , 2010,
Abstract: Kül Tigin Monument and Kutadgu Bilig which take place among the main sources of Turkish language are fairly significant language memorials both in terms of their contents and reflecting the characteristics of language of their era. In this study, the common verbs which are used in these two significant works are tried to be identified in terms of the similarities and the differences of verb-complement relations. For this purpose; in both of these two works, the verbs which have the unity of denotation or similarity are identified and verb-complement relations of these verbs which can be used in both of these two works are evaluated with their examples in the first chart. However; in the second chart; in order to be seen collectively, the common verbs and their complements in these two works, are given without examples. In conclusion part, the input datas are evaluated Türk dilinin ana kaynaklar aras nda yer alan Kül Tigin Abidesi ve Kutadgu Bilig hem i erik olarak hem de d nemlerinin dil zelliklerini yans tmalar bak m ndan olduk a nemli dil yadigarlar d r. Bu al mada, bu iki nemli eserimizde kullan lan ortak fiillerin, fiil tamlay c ili kisi a s ndan g sterdi i benzerlikler ve farkl l klar tespit edilmeye al lm t r. Bu ama do rultusunda her iki eserde, anlam ortakl veya benzerli i bulunan fiiller tespit edilmi ve bu fiillerin her iki eserde de alabildi i tamlay c lar rnekleriyle birlikte 1. tabloda de erlendirilmi tir. 2. tabloda ise bu iki eserdeki ortak fiillerin alabildi i tamlay c lar n toplu halde g rülebilmesi i in fiiller ve tamlay c lar rneksiz olarak verilmi tir. Sonu b lümünde ise elde edilen veriler de erlendirilmi tir.
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