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THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF AEROBIC CAPACITY IN TRAINED AND UNTRAINED SUBJECTS
Purru Ravi Kumar,Yogananda Reddy Indla,Ragam Ravi Sunder,Rajani Santha Kumari
International Journal of Biomedical Research , 2013, DOI: 10.7439/ijbr.v3i1.272
Abstract: Aim: To evaluate aerobic capacity in trained and untrained subjects by measuring Vo2 max. Methods and Materials: In the present study 40 healthy subjects were selected between the age group 20-30 years. One group is not having any regular specific physical exercise and the second group which includes subjects, who regularly do the cycling in gym since more than two years. Resting pulse rate was recorded with E.C.G. The subjects were asked to peddle the bicycle ergo metre first with a resistance of 2 kg for 5 minutes next with a resistance of 4 kg for 3 minutes there after resistance is increased by 0.5 kg for every 3 minutes until the subject is exhausted. Immediately after the exercise heart rate was recorded with E.C.G. Vo2max =55.23-(0.09xheart rate/min). Results: P-value of Vo2 max is 0.005 which is highly significant. Conclusion: The Vo2 max is higher in trained subjects than in untrained subjects. This is due to cardiac output and total skeletal muscle mass are more in trained subjects.
CLINICAL STUDY OF RADIO ACTIVE IODINE UPTAKE IN DIFFERENT GOITRE CASES IN CO-RELLATION WITH NORMAL INDIVIDUALS
Yogananda Reddy Indla,Shakeela Dasari,Ragam Ravi Sunder,Purru Ravi Kumar
International Journal of Biomedical Research , 2013, DOI: 10.7439/ijbr.v3i3.331
Abstract: ABSTRACTto measure the radio active iodine uptake in different variants ofgoiter MATERIALS & METHODS subjects were divided into two groupa€ s one group with normal levels of T 3,T4 & TSH and no goiter which is control group and the other one is examination group which is divided in to three sub groups eu-thyroid goiter, hypo-thyroid goiter and hyper-thyroid goitre cases. Each group ishaving 10 subjects. All the subjects are females aged 35 yrs ±5 and no one is receiving any drugs since 6 weeks just before the beginning of the study.Radio active iodine uptake is measured by using kits. Radio active iodine uptake is measured at 2,24 and 48 hrs. RESULTS AND OBSERVATIONS At 2 hrs:in hypo-thyroid cases RAIU is elevated,in hyper-thyroid subjects RAIU uptake is increased and in eu-thyroid subjects the uptake is decreased. At 24 hrs:in hypo-thyroid cases RAIU is decreased, in hyper-thyroid subjects RAIU uptake is increased and in eu-thyroid subjects the uptake is decreased.At 48 hrs:RAIU uptake is reduced in hypo-thyroid individuals, in hyper-thyroid subjects the uptake is increased and in eu-thyroid subjects the uptake is decreased CONCLUSION The Radio active iodine uptake is reduced at 2 hrs, 24 hrs and 48 hrs in eu-thyroid subjects.Radio active iodine uptake is increased at 2 hrs and decreased at 24 hrs and 48 hrs in hypo-thyroid subjects Radio active iodine uptake is reduced at 2 hrs, 24 hrs and 48 hrs in hyper-thyroid subjects.
THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ANAEROBIC CAPACITY IN TRAINED AND UNTRAINED SUBJECTS
Ravi Kumar Purru,Yogananda Reddy Indla,Ragam Ravi Sunder,Rajani Santha Kumari
International Journal of Biomedical Research , 2012, DOI: 10.7439/ijbr.v3i2.310
Abstract: Aim: To evaluate anaerobic capacity in trained and untrained subjects Methods and Materials: In the present study 40 healthy male subjects were selected between the age group 20-22 years. Average Weight is 65 kg ±2. Average height is 167 cm ±2. One group is not having any regular specific physical exercise and the second group which includes subjects who regularly do the cycling for 30 minutes all days in a week since 6 months. Subjects attended the physiology department daily between 8-8.30 am without breakfast. The subjects were asked to warm up by peddling the bicycle ergo meter for 2-4 minutes. Next the subjects were asked to rest for 3-5 minutes. Then the subjects were peddled the bicycle ergo meter all-out as fast as they can without any resistance applied to the fly wheel once the subjects reaches full speed now we have applied predetermined resistance to the fly wheel, subjects are peddled the bicycle ergo meter with full speed for 30 seconds. An electrical counter records the number of fly wheel revolutions for 30 seconds. AC = Force x Distance 4 Results: P value of AC is 0.001 Conclusion: AC is higher in trained subjects than in untrained subjects. Keywords: Anaerobic capacity (AC), Bicycle ergo meter (Martin)
THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF AEROBIC CAPACITY IN TRAINED AND UNTRAINED SUBJECTS
Purru Ravi Kumar,Yogananda Reddy Indla,Ragam Ravi Sunder,Rajani Santha Kumari
International Journal of Biomedical Research , 2012, DOI: 10.7439/ijbr.v3i1.272
Abstract: Aim: To evaluate aerobic capacity in trained and untrained subjects by measuring Vo2 max. Methods and Materials: In the present study 40 healthy subjects were selected between the age group 20-30 years. One group is not having any regular specific physical exercise and the second group which includes subjects, who regularly do the cycling in gym since more than two years. Resting pulse rate was recorded with E.C.G. The subjects were asked to peddle the bicycle ergo metre first with a resistance of 2 kg for 5 minutes next with a resistance of 4 kg for 3 minutes there after resistance is increased by 0.5 kg for every 3 minutes until the subject is exhausted. Immediately after the exercise heart rate was recorded with E.C.G. Vo2max =55.23-(0.09xheart rate/min). Results: P-value of Vo2 max is 0.005 which is highly significant. Conclusion: The Vo2 max is higher in trained subjects than in untrained subjects. This is due to cardiac output and total skeletal muscle mass are more in trained subjects.
THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ANAEROBIC CAPACITY IN TRAINED AND UNTRAINED SUBJECTS
Ravi Kumar Purru,Yogananda Reddy Indla,Ragam Ravi Sunder,Rajani Santha Kumari
International Journal of Biomedical Research , 2013, DOI: 10.7439/ijbr.v3i2.310
Abstract: Aim: To evaluate anaerobic capacity in trained and untrained subjects Methods and Materials: In the present study 40 healthy male subjects were selected between the age group 20-22 years. Average Weight is 65 kg ±2. Average height is 167 cm ±2. One group is not having any regular specific physical exercise and the second group which includes subjects who regularly do the cycling for 30 minutes all days in a week since 6 months. Subjects attended the physiology department daily between 8-8.30 am without breakfast. The subjects were asked to warm up by peddling the bicycle ergo meter for 2-4 minutes. Next the subjects were asked to rest for 3-5 minutes. Then the subjects were peddled the bicycle ergo meter all-out as fast as they can without any resistance applied to the fly wheel once the subjects reaches full speed now we have applied predetermined resistance to the fly wheel, subjects are peddled the bicycle ergo meter with full speed for 30 seconds. An electrical counter records the number of fly wheel revolutions for 30 seconds. AC = Force x Distance 4 Results: P value of AC is 0.001 Conclusion: AC is higher in trained subjects than in untrained subjects. Keywords: Anaerobic capacity (AC), Bicycle ergo meter (Martin)
CLINICAL STUDY OF RADIO ACTIVE IODINE UPTAKE IN DIFFERENT GOITRE CASES IN CO-RELLATION WITH NORMAL INDIVIDUALS
Yogananda Reddy Indla,Shakeela Dasari,Ragam Ravi Sunder,Purru Ravi Kumar
International Journal of Biomedical Research , 2012, DOI: 10.7439/ijbr.v3i3.331
Abstract: ABSTRACTto measure the radio active iodine uptake in different variants ofgoiter MATERIALS & METHODS subjects were divided into two group’s one group with normal levels of T 3,T4 & TSH and no goiter which is control group and the other one is examination group which is divided in to three sub groups eu-thyroid goiter, hypo-thyroid goiter and hyper-thyroid goitre cases. Each group ishaving 10 subjects. All the subjects are females aged 35 yrs±5 and no one is receiving any drugs since 6 weeks just before the beginning of the study.Radio active iodine uptake is measured by using kits. Radio active iodine uptake is measured at 2,24 and 48 hrs. RESULTS AND OBSERVATIONS At 2 hrs:in hypo-thyroid cases RAIU is elevated,in hyper-thyroid subjects RAIU uptake is increased and in eu-thyroid subjects the uptake is decreased. At 24 hrs:in hypo-thyroid cases RAIU is decreased, in hyper-thyroid subjects RAIU uptake is increased and in eu-thyroid subjects the uptake is decreased.At 48 hrs:RAIU uptake is reduced in hypo-thyroid individuals, in hyper-thyroid subjects the uptake is increased and in eu-thyroid subjects the uptake is decreased CONCLUSION The Radio active iodine uptake is reduced at 2 hrs, 24 hrs and 48 hrs in eu-thyroid subjects.Radio active iodine uptake is increased at 2 hrs and decreased at 24 hrs and 48 hrs in hypo-thyroid subjects Radio active iodine uptake is reduced at 2 hrs, 24 hrs and 48 hrs in hyper-thyroid subjects.
Effect of yoga on heart rate and blood pressure and its clinical significance
Indla Devasena, Pandurang Narhare
International Journal of Biological and Medical Research , 2011,
Abstract: The cardiovascular morbidity is increasing in India in recent years. The present study was done to know the effect of yoga on heart rate and blood pressure in healthy volunteers above the age of 40 years. The cardiovascular status of the subjects was assessed clinically in terms of resting heart rate and blood pressure before the start of yoga practice and again after 6 months of yoga practice. The results were compared and analysed with respect to age, sex and body mass index. From the study it was observed that significant reduction in the heart rate occurs in the subjects practicing yoga (P < 0.001). The systolic blood pressure was lowered to a highly significant level (P < 0.001). The diastolic blood pressure was reduced significantly (P < 0.001). This shows that the yoga provides significant improvement in ageing to reduce the morbidity and mortality from cardiovascular diseases.
Gamma Ray Induced Radio Sensitivity in Three Different Mulberry (Morus) Genotypes  [PDF]
Hyadalu Lingappa Ramesh, Veerapura Narayanappa Yogananda Murthy,   Munirajappa
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2013.47165
Abstract:

Mulberry genotypes M5, S54 and Kosen were procured from mulberry germplasm bank, Department of Sericulture, Bangalore University. Juvenile twigs of mulberry genotypes were used for cuttings preparation. Newly prepared juvenile cuttings were irradiated with different doses of gamma rays (1 kR - 10 kR) from Co60 gamma unit. Propagation parameters like sprouting, rooting, survivability, plant height, number of branches, internodal distance and leaf area were recorded. Results revealed decline in growth parameters with the increase in gamma ray dosage (1 kR - 10 kR). Moderate dosages (4 kR - 7 kR) are the most competent range and height of the irradiated population significantly reduced with the increase in gamma rays dosage. Higher doses of gamma rays (8 kR - 10 kR) drastically reduced the number of branches. M5 and S54 showed marked improvement in plant height at 4 kR (155.14 cm) and 7 kR (147.86 cms) respectively compared to control. Morphologically, leaf mutants like enlarged (4 kR), curled (8 kR), mosaic (8kR) and biforked (9 kR) leaves were observed in gamma irradiated M5 genotype. Kosen exhibited small, crumpled, biforked and chlorophyll deficient leaves (8 kR - 10 kR). S54 exhibited boat shaped leaves with wrinkled texture (8 kR).

Bounding the torsion in CM elliptic curves
Dipendra Prasad,C. S. Yogananda
Mathematics , 1998,
Abstract: Merel has shown that the order of torsion subgroup of an elliptic curve over a number field can be bounded in terms of only the degree of the number field. The purpose of this note is to investigate what could be the `right bound'. In this paper we use the result of Deuring on the supersingular primes for a CM elliptic curves to give estimate on the number of torsion points on CM elliptic curves over any number field which depends only linearly with the degree of the number field. This result is also a simple corollary of a result of A. Silverberg bounding the order of torsion elements which was proved using the main theorem of Complex multiplication. We also give a heuristic for hoping that the number of torsion points on any elliptic curve be a bounded linearly with the degree of the number field.
Outcome Based Education—Some Initiatives  [PDF]
T. A. Janardhan Reddy, P. Srinivas Reddy
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.210002
Abstract:

Engineers & technologists contribute significantly in our social development, economic progress, and enhancement of social and physical infrastructure. Industry in general and manufacturing in particular are facing unprecedented challenges due to globalization. Consequently, the business environment of manufacturing enterprises is facing increasing complexity. The engineering graduates and researchers with the ability to understand the technological complexities, the creative arts and skills are increasingly sought after by industrial and business world. Team-based activities are of great importance for students to learn and tackle and solve the complex global issues at later life. Self study and own initiatives of engineering students at learning stage enable and sharpen them to emerge out as highly acceptable engineers. The Washington Accord which emphasizes on outcome based learning is gaining increasing acceptance among many countries.

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