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Latest Issue, February 2017

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1.NUTRITIVE VALUES AND PROCESSING OF JELLIES OF VARIOUS FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN HOME

Syed Masood Shah, Nabila Khan and Rabia Shabir

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Peshawar, PAKISTAN

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Now a days Jellies are achieving high popularities among the community. The qualitative analysis of market available low quality Jellies are not full filling the nutritive value and appear to be very hazardous to human health. For this very purpose this article is generalized about the full description and nutritive values of jellies along with the methods of making it in homes and all the basic information is gathered from trusted sources online. This article summarize briefly the making of Jellies in home with high nutritive values.


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Streptococcus pyogenes is a stern human pathogen causing deadly infections humans. Natural competence and the ability of S. pyogenes to grow under varied environmental conditions is mediated by alternate sigma factor SigX. However, SigX has been reported to be negatively regulated by MecA, an adapter protein in S. mutans. In order to understand the interaction of MecA and SigX at the molecular level in S. pyogenes, the structures of both these proteins are imperative. This study aims at modelling the structures of SigX and MecA and understand their mechanism of interaction by protein-protein docking studies.


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It is a fact that antiquities are ubiquitous in Greece, both as a source of inspiration for creators producing culture and as a transmitter of messages in day-to-day communication. The present study is an attempt to engage in discourse on the discipline of archaeology -the discipline that studies antiquities- and its interrelation with museums –as one of the principal means by which people gain access to them.  The conclusions of the study aim at shedding light on questions pertaining to the public’s perceptions about the field of archeology in Greece, the way this relation affects the visiting pattern in archaeological museums, as well as the ways the museums themselves produce images and shape the Greeks’ perceptions of the past. The study focused on archaeological museums, with emphasis on archaeological museums of Athens, because a large, if not the largest, percentage of museums in Greece are subsumed within this category. The systematic mapping of the different perceptions of the Greek public about the aforementioned issues was realized through quantitative research on a sample of 434 people.


4.DETERMINATION OF ROLE OF GLUTATHIONE IN HEAVY METALS DETOXIFICATION IN ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA

Khalil Ahmad*, Muhammad Sayyar Khan, Muhammad Rameez Khan, Bakhtiar Muhammad, Mazhar Ullah and Majid Iqbal

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Peshawar, PAKISTAN

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In this study, wild type Arabidopsis Col-0 and a glutathione deficient mutant Cad2-1 were used to study the effect of low levels of glutathione (GSH) towards heavy metals stress. Seeds of the Cad2-1 mutant and Col-0 were plated on normal half strength Hoagland media for seven days. Seven days after germination, the seedlings were subjected to low or high concentrations of sodium arsenate (100 and 200 µM), copper sulfate (50 and 100 µM) and nickel chloride (70 and 100 µM) for five days. After 5 days of growth in a growth chamber maintained at 22 0C, the root length of each seedling was measured. Both concentrations of sodium arsenate reduced the root length of Cad2-1 significantly (P<0.05) as compared with Col-0. Neither concentrations of copper sulfate had significant adverse effect on the root length of Cad2-1 as compared to Col-0. On the other hand, 70 µM concentration of nickel chloride did not cause significant reduction in the root length of Cad2-1 as compared to Col-0. However, at 100 µM concentration, nickel chloride resulted in significant root length reduction of Cad2-1 as compared to Col-0. 


5.AN AYURVEDIC VIEW OF DIETETIC RULES AS A PREVENTIVE AND CURATIVE ASPECT TO MANAGE THE LIFESTYLE DISORDER

Lopamudra Dash, *Abhaya Kumar Mishra, Jayashankar Mund, Leena P.Nair

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Kerala, INDIA

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Lifestyle is nothing but the our style of living means in which way we are living and Lifestyle  disorders are the outcomes of our own wrong lifestyle means not following the proper lifestyle. Ayurveda is a holistic scripture which tells about how to achieve a “Golden Life” through following an Ideal Lifestyle and as well as considered as the oldest ancient medical science which has explained how to live in a scientific ways. For living an Ideal life our Acharyas has explained many concepts out of that Sadvritta (code of conducts) is one of the most important concept. Sadvritta explanations “How to live an Ideal lifestyle” and it has given importance on Ahara (diet) as well as Vihara (regimen.). Ayurveda has explained about trayoupastamha i.e Ahara, Nidra, Brahmacharya and with a proper skilful and optimum use of this Triad one can get a healthy life as well as manage and prevent the life style disorder. Out of that Ahara (diet) is the prime one and Ayurveda has given importance on both diet as well as its intake. Proper diet taking in proper way leads health and improper diet taking in improper way leads disease. Now in this present era because of the modern lifestyle and busy schedule peoples  are not following  the proper dietic rules for intake of diet, so it leads to many life style disordes like obesity, diabetes, hypertension, anorexia, gastritis, acidity, constipation, haemorrhoids, skin disease etc . Now peoples are very much conscious about the quality, nutritional value, wholesome, unwholesome…etc of the diet, so it indicates only “what to eat” but not “how to eat ”.  Acharya Charaka has explained about “ahara upayoga niyama”(dietetic rules) under astha ahara vidhivisheshayatana in rasavimana adhyaya (cha.vi.1/24) which tells about mainly the rules for intake of diet. Diet intake with following dietic rules has a vital role to prevent and manage the life style disorder. So the ahara upayoga niyama act as a both preventive and curative aspect in management of lifestyle disorder.


6.EFFECT OF AL DOPING ON STRUCTURAL, OPTICAL, ELECTRICAL AND PHOTO-CATALYTIC PROPERTIES OF CUO NANOPARTICLES

S.Muthukrishnan*, Venkat subramaniam, T.Mahalingam, S.J.Helen, P.Sumathi

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Coimbatore, INDIA

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Pure and Al doped CuO thin films were coated on glass substrate at 400°C by spray pyrolysis method for various aluminium concentrations (0%,1%, 2% and3%). Undoped and Al doped CuO thin films were characterized by various techniques such as X-ray diffraction, SEM, EDAX, UV-visible spectroscopy, FTIR, Hall measurements and Antibacterial activity.XRD diffraction patterns reveal that the films are polycrystalline in nature exhibiting monoclinic crystal phase structure. The prominent peak corresponds to (111) plane and the corresponding calculated crystallite size varies from 2 to 7 nm. SEM images show that the films exhibit grains of uniform size which are agglomerated for films with higher dopant concentration. It is found that the optical transmittance decreases with the increase in Al concentration and good optical energy band gapvariation was observed from 2.38 to 2.48eV for various Al doping concentration levels. The main reflection of this mineral could not be detected at these temperatures by the XRD but due to the higher sensitivity of FTIR technique this identification is possible. Electrical studies done using Hall measurement system exhibit that the undoped and Al doped CuO films are p-type semiconductors with carrier concentration in the order of 1014cm-3. The electrical resistivity of the Al: CuO films ranges from 4.701×10-3 to 6.952×10-3 Ωcm. Also additionally anti-bacterial activity the films were investigated using microbial study which showed desirable bioactivity on the thin films. 


7.CALCIUM INFLUENCE ON GROWTH AND YIELD OF TOMATO: A REVIEW

Syed Asim Shah Bacha*, Abdul Jalal and Ashfaq Ahmed, Naveedul Haq,Waseemur Rahman

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Peshawar, PAKISTAN

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Calcium which play an important role in the growth and yield of tomato plant and protect the tomato plant from some serious problems like curling of young leaves or shoots scorching or spotting on young leaves, poor growth, leaf tip burns, stunted roots, and damage to fruit, and hence increase the production of tomatoes, appears to be the very significant nutrient for the greater production of tomatoes. The present review is therefore generalized to evaluate the influence of calcium on the production of tomatoes and gather the abstracts of some researches recently published to highlight the importance and role of calcium in tomato plant.


8.CLINICAL PROFILE OF CIRRHOTIC PATIENTS IN A TERTIARY CARE CENTRE IN SOUTHERN KERALA-ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE

Netto George Mundadan*, Phiji Mathews Philipose, Kumar Rajesh Vijay

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Kerala, INDIA

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Introduction
Cirrhosis is a pathological chronic condition of the liver which results in a spectrum of clinical manifestations. A study of various clinical manifestations of cirrhosis is needful for the easy diagnosis and early initiation of treatment which could prevent the progression and morbidity related to cirrhosis
Materials and methods
This study was conducted in 150 patients who attended out patient Department/casualty of a tertiary care centre in southern kerala. They were divided into 3 classes namely alcoholic cirrhotics, non alcoholic cirrhotics and age and gender matched controls numbering 50 in each class. The diagnosis of cirrhosis was confirmed by good quality ultrasound and the clinical features of each patient were studied carefully. The statistics were obtained and the classes were compared
Results
The commonest presenting symptom among alcoholic cirrhosis patients was fatigue (90%), followed by abdominal dissension (76%), Icterus (74%), abdominal pain (74%) and nausea/vomiting (56%).The commonest presenting symptom among non alcoholic cirrhosis patients was fatigue (80%), followed by nausea/vomiting (72%) abdominal dissension (70%), abdominal pain (70%) and Icterus (66%). 
Icterus was the commonest clinical sign which was seen in 74% of the alcoholics and 76% of non alcoholics whereas spider naevi was a common finding in alcoholic cirrhotics
Conclusion 
The study shows that fatigue, ascites and icterus are chief clinical features in cirrhosis and anyone coming with such symptoms should be subjected to detailed liver function workup.


9.A CASE OF ILEO-CAECAL INTUSSUSCEPTION

EV GOPI and VIVEK. V

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Kozhikode, INDIA

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Acute intussusception is the condition in which one portion of the gut invaginates into an immediately adjacent segment almost invariabily from proximal to distal.15 year old boy presented to surgery casuality with right sided abdominal pain ,clinical exaimination revealed right lower abdominal guarding and rigidity but no mass was palpable.USG abdomen showed an intussusception intraoperatively there was an ileo caecal intussusception with Meckel’s diverticulum as lead point .Reduction of intussusceptions was done and ileal resection and end to end anastamosis was done ,post op period was uneventful.Mekel’s diverticulum is one the common cause of intussusceptions in older children.