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Volume 2 Issue 4

 

FLUORINE-LADEN WATER’S NEGATIVE SKELETAL EFFECTS.

Author: Dr. PratimaTripathi

Andhra Pradesh, India

Abstract: Fluorides are present naturally in water and soil at varying levels. It was subsequently found that fluoride can prevent and even reverse tooth decay by inhibiting bacteria that produce acid in the mouth and by enhancing remineralization. In addition to building up in teeth, ingested fluoride accumulates in bones leading to severe bone disorders. Some of the various consequences associated with consumption of fluoride are Skeletal Fluorosis and Bone................Read more

 

A STUDY ON PHYTOREMEDIATING EFFICIENCY OF Pb, Cu AND Zn IN SANSEVIERIA ROXBURGHIANA SHULT AND SHULT.F.

Authors: Hanumanth Kumar G & Pramoda kumari J

Tirupati, India

Abstract: The phytoremediative effect of medicinal plant (Sansevieria roxburghiana) was studied under different concentrations of metals in soil. Physiological parameters and antioxidative enzyme activities are investigated. A pot experiment setup was conducted to investigate the phytoremediative efficiency of plant Sansevieria roxburghiana species to accumulate Pb, Cu and Zn. On the basis of growth and enzymatic parameters in our study Sansevieria................Read more

 

PHYSICO-CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF CONTAMINATED SOIL COLLECTED FROM DIFFERENT AREAS OF KARUR TEXTILE INDUSTRIES REGION.

Author: M. Velusamy, M. Ganesan & M. S. Dheenadayalan

Tamilnadu, India

Abstract: Water pollution caused by the textile industry is mainly due to the release of wastewater coming out from the wet processing operations like bleaching, dyeing, printing, etc. Karur is famous for textile dyeing and printing industries in Tamilnadu. In the present study, the Physico-chemical characteristics like pH, electrical conductivity, nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium and heavy metals like copper, iron, manganese, zinc. etc., of the soil samples ..................Read more

 

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p align="justify" class="style8">GROUND WATER QUALITY STATUS WITH RESPECT TO FLUORIDE CONTAMINATION IN HARUR TALUK, DHARMAPURI DISTRICT, TAMILNADU.

Author: M. Velusamy, M. Ganesan & M. S. Dheenadayalan

Tamilnadu, India

Abstract: In the present work, our aim was to study about the ground water quality assessment. The water samples were collected from 10 villages in Harur Taluk, Dharmapuri District, a fluorosis-prone District in Tamilnadu. Various water quality physico-chemical parameters such as pH, EC, TDS, TA, TH, Turbidity, Ca2+, Mg2+, Na+, K+, Cl, DO along with Fluoride (F) have been measured and compared with standard values (WHO and BIS). The..................Read more

 

REMOVAL OF Br- AND NO3- IONS FROM PETROLEUM REFINERY WASTEWATER BY ELECTROCOAGULATION PROCESS.

Author: Krishan Kishor Garg & Basheshwar Prasad

Roorkee, India

Abstract: In present study the treatment of petroleum refinery waste water by electro coagulation process using aluminum electrode has been performed. A fully factorial design has been developed using important operating parameters such as PH (4→8), reaction time (30min →60 min), distance between electrodes (0.5 cm →1.5 cm), current density C.D. (62.5 A/m2→125 A /m2). It is found that at the optimum conditions (PH 7.25, reaction time ..................Read more

 

FROM THE PRINCIPLES TO THE PRACTICE F0R MANAGING THE NETWORKING OF THE ECOLOGICAL HABITATS, FOR THE BIODIVERSITY AND ECOLOGICAL SUSTAINBILITY IN THE RIVERINE FORESTS OF SINDH.

Author: Bashir Ahmed Abbasi

Sindh, Pakistan

Abstract: Sindh Forest Department controls an area of 241,198 hectares in the Riverine tract of the province which are categorized as “Riverine Forests”, locally known as Kacho forests. It has been noticed since many years the land of Riverine Forests been allocated for the agricultural purposes to major land lords of Sindh Province. Due to this unusual and illegal land allotment against..................Read more

 

BINDING FREE ENERGY PREDICTIONS OF SOME OXOVANADIUM (IV) POLYPYRAZOLYLBORATE MIXED CHELATES INHIBITING ALPHA-GLUCOSIDASE ENZYME.

Author: D.O. Okorie & I.E. Otuokere

Umudike, Nigeria

Abstract: Alpha-glucosidase inhibitors are oral anti-diabetic drugs used for diabetes mellitus type II that work by preventing the digestion of carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are normally converted into simple sugars (monosaccharides), which can be absorbed through the intestine. Hence, alpha-glucosidase inhibitors reduce the impact of carbohydrates on blood sugar. Enzyme-inhibitor docking was performed between alpha-glucosidase and tripyrazolylborate..................Read more

 

A REVIEW REPORT ON USE OF NANOTECHNOLOGY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION.

Author: Srivastava Parul & Gupta Piyush

New Delhi, India

Abstract: “Nanotechnology is a field of applied science, focused on the design, synthesis, characterization and application of materials and devices on the nano-scale.” It generally deals with materials in the range of 1 to 100 nm. It has a wide range of applications like in medicine (for the targeted treatment of cancer using Magnetic Hyperthermia and the site specific drug delivery), in biotechnology (for the process of..................Read more