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This paper was aimed at evaluating the morphological differences in six soybean genotypes and also correlates some morphological features with yield-indicating parameters, which will enhance selection and improvement programmes of the crop especially, using molecular tools. Seeds from six genotypes of soybeans: TGX923-2E, TGX1844-18E, TGX1448-2E, TGX1740-1E, TGX1448-1E and TGX1440-E were obtained from the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Ibadan, Nigeria.

Optimization of laccase production was carried out using a new strain, Pleurotus flabellatus ATK-1 with three independent process parameters viz glucose, incubation time and pH using full factorial central composite experimental design. The optimum values for the process parameters for the maximum laccase production were obtained glucose 2.8%, incubation time 12.6 days and pH 6.7. In the work, we have demonstrated the use of a central composite design for maximum enzyme production by optimizing the process parameters.

The study was carried out at Lekki Lagoon which is part of the Lagoon system in the Western coast of Nigeria. Samples of Schilbe mystus were obtained from Epe fish depot for six months (January to June). A total of 337 specimens were examined. Identification of this species was done using the technique proffered by Olatunde (1977). Fecundity was estimated by using the gravimetric sub-sampling method (Dry technique). Overall sex ratio of 1.0: 2.5 in favour of the female was obtained. The sex ratio varies monthly. The highest sex ratio in June was associated with breeding activities.

Flowering, pod formation and abscission and seed yield following application of NPK (20-10-10) fertilizer at the rate of 0 Kg ha-1, 30 Kg ha-1, 60 Kg ha-1, 90, and 120 Kg ha-1 respectively were studied in variety of African yam bean (AYB), Benue Brown (BB) in a field trial at the Research Farm, University of Ibadan Ibadan, Nigeria. AYB cultivars produce 100 to 300 flower buds per plant of which forty to sixty percent form pods. About forty to fifty-five percent more of the immature pods are shed leaving only twenty to thirty percent forming mature pods.

In the first stage of analysis, some descriptive measures were used to examine the main properties of the series. Twelve-month centred moving average and differencing of order twelve advocated by Box and Jenkins (1970) were used to reduce the seasonal effect and to make the series stationary respectively.

In this study, a higher amount of various elements get deposited in the soil and make them polluted. Since, this polluted water reduces the crop production as well as the soil properties. To measure the bioremediation of some tree species like Pongamia glabra, Polyalthia, longifolia, Hesperia populnea, Pithecolobium dulci, Mangifera indica, Moringa olefera, Tamarindus indica, Acacia nilotica, Samanea saman and Azadirachta indica were grown in the polluted soil upto 90 days. The treatment in which all the tree species are grown in one pot and it showed a remarkable reduction of pollutants.

Heavy metal pollution is one of the main anthropogenic pollutions causing serious and long lasting damage to all living organisms. The effect of nickel chloride on protein and amino acid contents of liver, kidney and brain of freshwater fish, Labeo rohita have been studied. The fish were exposed to sublethal concentration of nickel chloride 1/5th (high), 1/10th (medium) and 1/15th (low) of the 96 hour LC50 for the period of 10 and 20 days.

In general monocots are unbranched plants, but in this present paper the coconut plant which is belonging to monocot having the two fertile braches found at Mulikipalli village near Razole, East Godavari district, Andhra Pradesh, India.

Weed-crop competition is critical in obtaining crop yields because of greater competition ability of weeds than the crops. Weeds deplete large quantities of mineral nutrients and moisture more efficiently than the crop plants and thrive better over the crops in drought conditions. They shade the crop seedlings and occupy space where crop plants should grow their roots. Weeds have higher contents of nutrients than crop plants; they grow faster and absorb nutrients more efficiently and thus limiting the availability of the same to crop plants.

After green revolution the modern agriculture is getting more and more dependent upon the steady supply of inorganic fertilizers. But the recent energy crises and consequent price hike of fertilizers due to withdrawal of subsidy on fertilizers coupled with low purchasing power of farming community force the need to exploit other less expensive nutrient sources to the maximum. In order to raise their income and living standards of these farmers must maximize the crop productivity per unit area in the most effective manner.

Objectives: To examine the existing pattern of maternal health care and the factors associated with the utilization of such care in Tamil Nadu state, India. Methods: This study uses the data obtained through District Level Household Survey-Reproductive Child Health. Besides, performing chi-square tests to see the association of the relevant individual and household characteristics, logistic regression was also carried out to measure the effect of these characteristics on the use of maternal health care. Results: Maternal health care, measured as mean score is 77.8 for the whole Tamil Nadu.

The term allergy is a hypersensitivity to foreign proteins. In some individuals it can be hereditary. But it can also develop without heredity. The term allergy & allergic diseases often time confused & often used to describe the reactions of human body, which cannot be clearly attributed. It is well known that the cause of allergy may an expression indicating the reaction of human beings to a number of bioparticals as allergens. Usually it is due to vitiated pitta & blood. Low immunity is responsible for almost all types of allergies.

The substitution of the hydroxyl groups with acetyl groups into starch moiety to increase hydrophobicity is geared toward enhancing the functional properties of starch for bioplastics production. The fear for reduced biodegradability of the products however, informed the isolation and identification of starch acetate based-bioplastics degraders in soil as a pointer for acetylation effect on degradation. Native starch and starch acetates from cassava, maize and potato were used for the production of bioplastics according to the composition of 45%, 60%, 75% and 90% respectively.

Activities of F. exasperata (Vahl) leaf extract on the liver function of albino rats were studied. Thirty two mature albino rats weighing between 130-150g were divided into four groups of eight rats. Group 1 (control) received 0mg/kg BW, and Group 2 received 50mg/kg BW, Group 3 received 100mg/kg BW, and Group 4 received 150mg/kg BW for 8 weeks. The rats in each group were sacrificed and blood samples collected by cardiac puncture into heparinized sample bottles. The results showed that the leaf extract of F.

Phytoplankton density at three stations along the length of the dam was studied. The drop method was used for the determination of the phytoplankton density. A total of four families made up of 20 genera were identified. No significant difference at 5% level of the ANOVA test on the values of temperature, conductivity, dissolved O2, alkalinity and dissolved CO2 at the stations. There is a significant difference of the values of nitrate at the stations.

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