oalib

OALib Journal期刊

ISSN: 2333-9721

费用:600人民币/ 99美元

投稿

匹配条件: “Upma Manral” ,找到相关结果约17条。
列表显示的所有文章,均可免费获取
第1页/共17条
每页显示
Hydrological characteristics and flood plain vegetation of human impacted wetlands: A case study from Okhla Bird Sanctuary, National Capital Region, India
Upma Manral,Angshuman Raha,Ridhima Solanki,Syed Ainul Hussain
Asian Journal of Conservation Biology , 2012,
Abstract: Yamuna River has been subjected to severe anthropogenic pressures such as water abstraction, discharge of wastewater, development activities on river floodplains, deforestation in the river basin resulting in reduced flow, loss of habitat, deterioration of water quality and loss of biological diversity. We studied hydrological characteristics such as river flow, water depth and quality and floodplain vegetation characteristics of Okhla Bird Sanctuary (OBS), a human modified floodplain wetland formed due to the construction of Okhla barrage across the Yamuna River in National Capital Region (NCR), on the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border. The flow data for Yamuna was collected from Delhi Jal board and irrigation department of Uttar Pradesh. Study indicates reduced flow in the river downstream Wazirabad with no release of water in the summers of 2006 and 2010. For bathymetry, GARMIN 160 C Fish Finder was used after dividing study area into 50 m x 50 m grids. About 65% area had depth less than 2 m indicating more of shallower areas. Results for water quality analysis show a dissolved oxygen level at 1.6 ± 0.84 mgl-1, Biological and Chemical Oxygen demand at 16.72 ± 4.28 mgl-1 and 39.8 ± 7.71 mgl-1 respectively, indicating a high organic load in the river. The Sanctuary is facing serious threats from the rapid proliferation of Typha angustifolia and Eichhornia crassipes which were dominant species in shallow water and open water habitats, respectively. Thus, the remaining Yamuna river flood plain in the NCR, Delhi should be declared as ecologically sensitive area and appropriate measures should be taken to maintain its integrity.
Automated Test Case Generation using Petri Nets
Jai Manral
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: Software testing is the process of determining the precision, quality, completeness and security of the software systems. An important step in testing software is the generation of test cases, whose quality plays a vital role in determining the time for testing and subsequently its cost. In this research, it is shown that both structural and behavioural diagrams can be used to represent specifications in a single model using High Level Petri Nets (HLPN). This research focuses on automated generation of test models from Petri nets. Moreover, generating consistent formal models (HLPN) from informal models (UML) is the highlight of this research.
Intelligent Search Optimization using Artificial Fuzzy Logics
Jai Manral
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: Information on the web is prodigious; searching relevant information is difficult making web users to rely on search engines for finding relevant information on the web. Search engines index and categorize web pages according to their contents using crawlers and rank them accordingly. For given user query they retrieve millions of webpages and display them to users according to web-page rank. Every search engine has their own algorithms based on certain parameters for ranking web-pages. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is that technique by which webmasters try to improve ranking of their websites by optimizing it according to search engines ranking parameters. It is the aim of this research to identify the most popular SEO techniques used by search engines for ranking web-pages and to establish their importance for indexing and categorizing web data. The research tries to establish that using more SEO parameters in ranking algorithms helps in retrieving better search results thus increasing user satisfaction. In the accomplished research, a web based Meta search engine is proposed to aggregates search results from different search engines and rank web-pages based on new page ranking algorithm which will assign heuristic page rank to web-pages based on SEO parameters such as title tag, Meta description, sitemap etc. The research also provides insight into techniques which webmasters can use for better ranking their websites in Google and Bing. Initial results has shown that using certain SEO parameters in present ranking algorithm helps in retrieving more useful results for user queries. These results generated from Meta search engine outperformed existing search engines in terms of better retrieved search results and high precision.
IoT enabled Insurance Ecosystem - Possibilities Challenges and Risks
Jai Manral
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: Internet of Thing (IoT) is looking over to overhaul the business processes of many industries including insurance domain. The current line of business such as Property and Casualty, Health, and Life Insurance can avail tremendous benefits from the contextual and relevant data being generated from billions of connected devices; Smartphone's, wearable gadget and other electronic smart sensors. For P&C insurer's the biggest challenges is not the rapidly changing environment but tackling these challenges with strategies linked to the past. This paper presents the key opportunities, challenges, potential applications and risks of IoT in Insurance domain. It crystallomancy on the efficient use of data analytics from data generated in IoT ecosystem and highlights business model changes that Insurance industries may face in near future.
Insulin like Growth Factor-1 as a Marker of Nutritional Status and Health
Mallika Manral and SomNath Singh
Al Ameen Journal of Medical Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: Insulin like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) is a peptide hormone that is secreted from liver and is known to mediate many somatotrophic changes. Since IGF-1 has a wide range of metabolic effects, it becomes important to study its relationship with nutrition and health. It seems to be responsive and selective biomarker of energy status due to its rapid response to depletion and repletion.
Antimalarial potential of homeopathic medicines against schizont maturation of Plasmodium berghei in short-term in vitro culture
Aswathy Rajan,Upma Bagai
International Journal of High Dilution Research , 2012,
Abstract: In vitro assessment of antimalarial drug susceptibility of Plasmodium has been a major research success, which has paved the way for the understanding of parasite and rapid screening of antimalarial drugs for their effectiveness. In the present study a preliminary screening to check the antiplasmodial activity of mother tincture ( ) and various potencies (6C, 30C, 200C) of homeopathic medicines Cinchona officinalis/china (Chin.), Chelidonium majus (Chel.) and Arsenicum album (Ars.) were done by assessing the in vitro schizont maturation inhibition assay. A significant reduction in the growth of intraerythrocytic stages of P. berghei was observed with decreasing dilution of and various potencies of Chin., Chel. and Ars. exhibiting a dose dependent effect. Maximum schizont maturation inhibition was observed by Chin. (1:1), Chin. 30 (1:1, 1:2) and Chel. 30 (1:1) i.e. 80%. The standard drug CQ at 10 μM concentration exhibited 95.4±1.6% inhibition of schizont maturation. Ars. 30 (1:1) also have been found to possess strong antiplasmodial efficacy with 75.5±2.6% schizont inhibition. The presence of free merozoites in Ars. 200 with weak schizonticidal inhibition activity (40-45%) also pointed towards the ability of parasite to survive in the given drug pressure.
An Innovative Approach for online Meta Search Engine Optimization
Jai Manral,Mohammed Alamgir Hossain
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: This paper presents an approach to identify efficient techniques used in Web Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Understanding SEO factors which can influence page ranking in search engine is significant for webmasters who wish to attract large number of users to their website. Different from previous relevant research, in this study we developed an intelligent Meta search engine which aggregates results from various search engines and ranks them based on several important SEO parameters. The research tries to establish that using more SEO parameters in ranking algorithms helps in retrieving better search results thus increasing user satisfaction. Initial results generated from Meta search engine outperformed existing search engines in terms of better retrieved search results with high precision.
THE NATURE'S GIFT TO MANKIND: NEEM
Upma,Kumar Ashok,Kumar Pankaj,Kumar Tarun
International Research Journal of Pharmacy , 2011,
Abstract: Neem (Azadirachta indica) is popularly known as the miracle tree. It is known as ‘Nimba’ in India. The Sanskrit name of neem is ‘Arishtha’ meaning the reliever of the sickness. Neem also holds medicinal value. Each and every part of neem is used in the medicines. It has been used in Ayurvedic medicines for more than 4000 years. Its important phytoconstituents are nimbin, nimbinene acetylnimbinase, nimbandial, nimbolide and quercentin. Medicinal uses are purgative, antihemorrhoidal, antihelminthic, antileprotic and antipoisonous in nature. Neem bark is cool, astringent, acrid and refrigerant. It is useful in tiredness, cough, fever, loss of appetite, worm infestation. Nimibidin present in used as antipyretic and non-irritant, and it has found to be effective in the treatment of skin diseases such as eczema, furunculosis, arsenical dermatitis, burn ulcers, herpes labialis, scabies and seborrheic dermatitis. Nimbidin and sodium nimbidmate contained in bark are reported to possess spermicidal and anti-inflammatory activity. So it is a tree that has a long history of use by humans. It is said to have medicinal, cosmetic and insecticidal potential.
Onychomycosis
Narain Upma,Bajaj Ashok Kumar,Misra Krishna
Indian Journal of Dermatology , 2002,
Abstract:
Clinical and cytogenetic analysis of human anemias from Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir state
Upma,Kumar Parvinder,Raina T,Sharma Kuldeep
Asian Journal of Transfusion Science , 2010,
Abstract: Background : Anemias are the blood disorders characterized by reduction in the number of circulating red blood cells, the amount of hemoglobin, or the volume of packed red cells in blood. Chromosomal aberrations have often been reported from the bone marrow as well as cultured lymphocytes of the anemic patients. Aims: The aims of the study were to find out the commonest type of anemia occurring in the population of Jammu, India and to find out the chromosomal changes involved in the disorder. Material and Methods: Present study has been carried out on the bone marrow samples from 53 clinically diagnosed anemic patients. Cytogenetic study was carried out on slides prepared from these samples. Noncytogenetic factors like age, sex, religion, blood groups, family history of anemia, socioeconomic status, etc. have also been included in the study. Results: Megaloblastic anemia was found to be the commonest type of anemia. Centromere stretching, chromatid breaks, gaps, and elongation of chromosomes were recorded in patients with megaloblastic anemia and combined deficiency anemia. However, structural changes and numerical changes were totally absent. Conclusion: The commonest anemia among the people of Jammu region is megaloblastic anemia and its prevalence is increasing every year. Also, megaloblastic anemia is always associated with reversible cytogenetic changes.
第1页/共17条
每页显示


Home
Copyright © 2008-2017 Open Access Library. All rights reserved.