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To assess the nutritional and anthropometric status, to compared the relationship between socioeconomic statuses (SES) of rural adolescents of West Bengal. A cross sectional survey was carried out among 80 rural adolescent in North 24-Parganas district. Dietary nutritional status was assessed following standard method. Anthropometric measurement like height and, weight and mid arm circumference was measured and the body mass index (BMI) was computed. The new international BMI-based cut-off points were utilized to identify thinness, overweight and obesity.

An in vitro tissue culture experiments were carried out to investigate the effects of supplementary potassium and calcium nitrate applied to basal media on morphogenesis of saline stressed tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. Cv. Omdurman). Shoot tip explants were cultured on MS media salinized with NaCl and supplemented with KNO3 and Ca (NO3)2. Treatments consist of four NaCl concentrations (0.0, 50, 75 and 100 mM) in combination with either KNO3 ( 0.0, 5, 10, 15 and 20 mM) or Ca (NO3)2 (0.0, 5, 10, 15 and 20 mM).

India depends more than any other nation on groundwater depletion for food security and must seek ways to increase crop water-use efficiency (WUE). One approach is to increase plant photosynthetic capacity and transpiration ration (TR). Our objective was to measure the effects of ethephon and N on photosynthesis and related physiological traits of Indian mustard (Brassica juncea L. Czern and Coss, cv. Alankar). Field experiments were conducted in Aligarh, India under irrigated and non-irrigated conditions.

A field study was conducted at the experimental farm of Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh on two cultivars of mustard (Brassia juncea L. Czern and Coss) namely “Alankar” and “PBM-16” under irrigated and non-irrigated conditions to assess the effect of ethrel (200 µLL-1) on the characteristics of growth and photosynthesis. Ethrel was sprayed at flowering stage [60 days after sowing (DAS)] to mustard crop.

The plant hormones are extremely important agent in the integration of developmental activities. Environmental factors often exert inductive effects by evoking changes in hormones in metabolism and distribution within the plant. Apart from it, they also regulate expression of intrinsic genetic potential of plants. Control of genetic expression has been demonstrated for the phytohormones at both transcriptional and translational levels. Also, hormones receptors and binding proteins have been identified on membrane surface that are specific for some hormones.

The sera of clinically confirmed typhoid patients in Nsukka urban area, along with healthy individuals were collected and analysed for MDA, total cholesterol and total lipid levels. Results showed total cholesterol levels in typhoid patients as 142.22± 29.83 and of healthy individuals as 211.19±22.02. It also showed total lipid levels as 128.98±3.39 and 154.95±11.40 in typhoid and healthy individuals respectively.

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) was induced in rats using a mixture of dihydrotestosterone (DHT) and estradiol valerate (ratio 10:1). The fasting blood glucose levels, serum lipid profile and pro-atherogenic indices of the rats were estimated using standard procedures, and compared to those of rats in a control group. The results show that rats in the test group had significantly (p<0.05) lower fasting blood glucose and serum total cholesterol levels, while the other lipid and lipoprotein parameters and serum lipid pro-atherogenic indices were similar (p>0.05) in both groups.

Freshly prepared coconut milk (25%, 50% and 100% preparations) was administered to mice in three test groups for 14 days. The control group was given an equal volume of tap water for the same period. Consumption of the different concentrations of coconut milk was found not to alter significantly (p>0.05) the serum lipid profile and pro-atherogenic indices of mice in the test groups, relative to the control group. Coconut milk may not increase the cardiovascular disease risk of those who consume it for food or for its medicinal values

To assess the nutritional status among urban poor children aged 1-5 years a cross sectional study was undertaken during February-June 2006 in three municipal wards of North 24-Parganas district, West Bengal, India. All information like age, sex, religion, caste, weight and height were collected from each subject through questionnaire following simple random sampling method. Nutritional status was assessed based on weight-for-age, height-for-age and weight-for-height z-score method.

There is a strong correlation between secondary metabolite production and morphological differentiation, which gives more impetus to application of organized cell culture for large-scale production of phytopharmaceuticals. The roots are the sites of synthesis and /or storage of plant metabolites; they are important organs for the production of valuable phytochemical. In Ayurvedic system of medicine A. precatorius is used as important drug for various ailments as Roots are used as diuretic, tonic, emetic, alexitric and as substitute of liquorices and have antifertility activity.

A total of one hundred and ninety two day old broiler chicks were used to evaluate the growth and heamatological effects of Ascorbic acid (AA) supplementation on coocidia-challenged broiler chickens. The design was a 4 x 2 factorial in a completely randomized design. The main-factor was the period or length of time of administering ascorbic acid (AA), while the sub-factor was the dosage of AA used for the feed composition. The birds were challenged with oocysts of Eimeria tenella at the end of the third week; and started manifesting signs of coccidiosis four days after challenge.

The enumeration and characterization of microorganisms involved in the degradation of abattoir waste in Port Harcourt was investigated. Soil and wastewater samples contaminated with abattoir wastes were collected.

In the present study we report a highly efficient and cost effective in vitro micropropagation protocol for dumb cane (Dieffenbachia compacta) an ornamental foliage plant of high commercial value. Stem nodal segment (0.5 - 1.0 cm) excised from vegetative stem obtained from mature plants was used as explants. The result of surface sterilization indicated that 100% of contamination-free nodal explants were obtained with 0.25% mercuric chloride (HgCl2).

Rice is a crop which consumes more water than any other cereal crop. As irrigation water shrinks globally, there is a need to screen different rice varieties which perform better with less water. An experiment was conducted in the clay loam soil in TNAU, in a split plot design, with seven rice hybrids and seven aromatic rice varieties (all lowland varieties) under saturated (0.5cm of standing water) and flooded (2.5 cm of standing water) soil conditions. Varieties were evaluated for yield and water use efficiency.

The Indian green frog (Euphlyctis hexadactylus) is a common species existing in aquatic environment. The skin secretions of these frogs have potential antimicrobial peptides. It inhibited growth of pathogenic gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria and opportunistic fungal pathogens and also treated plant fungal diseases. The minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) of the peptide, against the human pathogenic bacteria and fungus ranging between 128 to 512 µg / ml and 32 to 64 µg / ml respectively.

Education is conceived as a powerful agency for any national development. Development of a nation largely depends on the adequate availability of appropriately trained teachers and Trainee teachers of Teacher Education Institutions. Interest in teaching profession is a must to achieve the best aspect of development. Only, if there is interest towards teaching profession, a Trainee teacher can execute his/her varied teaching skill effectively from simulated environment to natural setting.

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