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Volume 1 Issue 12

 

BIOCOMPATIBILITY STUDY OF LACTOBACILLUS CASEI ISOLATED FROM CUCUMBER AND EVALUATION OF PROBIOTIC EFFECTS IN THE HUMAN GUT

Author: Nannu Shafakatullah, & M. Chandra

 

Abstract: Probiotics are live microorganisms introduced orally in the gastrointestinal tract (GIT) that are able to contribute positively to the activity of intestinal microflora and therefore, to the health of its host. A variety of probiotic supplements are currently available in the market which target towards improving the balance and activity of the intestinal microflora. Probiotics must have robust survival properties in the gut in order to exert any beneficial health promoting properties. .................Read more

 

MORTALITY, MOLTING DISRUPTION AND ABNORMALITIES OF IGRS AND BIOCIEDES ON SPODOPTERA LITTORALIS (BOISDUVAL) (LEPIDOPTERA: NOCTUIDAE)

Authors: Mohamad Ahmad Khedr & Hala Mohamed I. Mead

Abstract:To evaluate toxic and growth disruption effects of some insect growth regulators and biocides applied to control cotton leafworm, Spodoptera littoralis Boisd, the insecticidal activities of three IGRs, two Biocides and one Organophosphorus compound against both second and fourth instars of S. littoralis were assayed under laboratory conditions. LC50 values of tested toxicants with exception of Dipel 2X were applied using leaf dip technique to determine abnormalities and growth................Read more

 

NEW REPORT OF CYANOBACTERIAL ASSOCIATION ON THE ROOTS OF EPIPHYTIC ORCHID, DENDROBIUM CRUMENATUM SW.

Author: Arun T. Ram & M.Shamina

 

Abstract: The present study is the new report of cyanobacterial association on the aerial and substrate roots of epiphytic orchid, Dendrobium crumenatum. Six cyanobacterial species were identified from the aerial and substrate roots of epiphytic orchid, which are belonging to the 3 families (Oscillatoriaceae 1; Nostocaceae 4; Rivulariaceae 1). Descriptions of the cyanobacterial species and their microphotographs are provided..................Read more

 

 

Some Hepatic Function indices in Trypanosoma brucei brucei-infected Rats treated with Aqueous Extract of Mitracarpus scaber

Author: 1Jonathan Bege, Markus Victor, Kure Mock Samuel & Jamilu Sani

 

Abstract: Disturbances in hepatic functions are hallmarks of African trypanosomiasis, and Mitracarpus scaber has been reported to normalize these alterations. In this present study, some hepatic function indices in Trypanosoma brucei brucei-infected rats treated with aqueous extract of Mitracarpus scaber were investigated for five days. Twenty whista albino rats were grouped into four (A, B, C, and D) of five each. Groups A, B and C were infected with Trypanosoma brucei brucei, ..................Read more

 

 

THE OFFSHORE OIL EXPLORATION AND ITS EFFECTS UPON THE MARINE ECOSYSTEM.

Author: Bashir Ahmed Abbasi & Sarfraz Ahmed Abbasi

 

Abstract: The activities for the economic generation remain corner stone of the modern society to get developed, sustained, and self-sufficient with the available resources. In presence of multiple economic activities, the exploration of natural deposits of oil and gas is one of the highly profitable business sectors. This intensified competition among the various oil and gas explorers has eroded the very foundations of the environmental regulations / laws. The degree..................Read more