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The increase in the energy requirement of a country shows its economic advancement. Coal mining activity has increased considerably to compensate for the increased energy requirements. As a result, open-cast coal mining methods induced a drastic change in land use and seriously jeopardized the sustainability of the ecosystem. Once disrupted by open-cast or underground mining, the condition of the land cannot be entirely recovered, making it a non-renewable asset to the environment and support...
Topics: Abandoned dumps, dominant species, importance value index
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The food security programme is negatively impacted by postharvest losses (PHLs). In terms of providing food for a nation, proper grain postharvest (PHV) storage is more crucial than intense and widespread farming. Reducing post-harvest losses of food crops is essential to raising agricultural production sustainably. Each year, insects and diseases destroy or harm a fifth or more of stored food grains in many regions of the world. The angoumois grain moth, Sitotroga cerealella (Oliver), is a...
Topics: Food security, indigenous rice genotypes, Postharvest losses (PHLs), Sitotroga cerealella (Oliver).
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Medicinal plants as essential additives in foods, beverages, and medications have been a part of human culture since the dawn of time. Medicinal plants' nutritional, pharmacological, biological, and toxicological characteristics have numerous applications in numerous industries. Nowadays, most people rely on complementary and alternative therapies to treat various illnesses derived from natural sources. Melia azedarach is one of the plants (Meliaceae family) grown in numerous Indian states. The...
Topics: Antibacterial activity, antifertility activity, flavonoids, steroids, medicinal plant, Melia...
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Water usage generates wastewater, which must be collected and treated properly before being returned into the hydrological cycle for reasons of sustainable development and water supply.The content and volume of waste water generated are determined by a range of elements, as most of them are the waste of households, industries and so on. It also dictates the necessary treatment methods. Waste water treatment facilities function at a crucial stage in the water cycle, assisting nature in...
Topics: Disinfection, septic tank, wastewater, water sustainability, water treatment
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This study successfully achieved somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration from callus culture of the plant Cymbopogon martinii (Palmarosa Grass). The ability of medicinally significant palmarosa grass to regenerate through somatic embryogenesis of pseudostem callus culture has been investigated using hardening and pot culture. Cymbopogon martinii pseudostem explants were employed, and the Murashige and Skoog medium (MS basal media) was added with 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D). In...
Topics: Basal media, callus, nodal segment, palmarosa grass, somatic embryogenesis
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Oral contraceptives, also known as birth control tablets/pills, are medicines that stop pregnancy. About 75% of married women who use contraception in the research location (Purba Medinipur district) reported they prefer the combined hormonal pill with oestrogen and progesterone. Thirty women were chosen at random to participate in the study. Of the 50% who routinely used contraceptive pills and 50% never used them or occasionally did so. Her male partner likely uses a condom when necessary....
Topics: Adult female, birth control, health effect, oral contraceptive pill, Purba Medinipur.
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The current study aims to determine how well root-knot nematodes ( Meloidogyne sp.) are reduced when wheat flour is used as bio-nematicides to increase agricultural productivity. Root-knot nematodes inflict a significant amount of annual loss by parasitizing plant species, many of which are vegetable crops. They harm plants to the extent that they contribute between 10% to 40% of India's annual agricultural losses. A multi-cropping system and the advent of high-yielding crop types have...
Topics: Agarose Gel Electrophoresis, DNA Degradation, Genomic DNA Isolation, Optimization, Response Surface...
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Human remains exposed to various conditions throughout time are frequently utilized for DNA analysis of tissue or bone for identification reasons. The deterioration and loss of DNA in particular environmental settings have previously created a dilemma for investigators. The post-mortem interval (PMI) or time since death is sometimes the most sought-after piece of information in a medical death investigation. Based on the discovery that DNA degradation has a disproportionate effect on the...
Topics: Agarose Gel, Electrophoresis, DNA Degradation, Genomic DNA Isolation, Optimization, Response...
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The growing global food crisis and the changing climatic and agro-ecological conditions on the planet are predominant, serious, and growing issues that require Global attention. Insecurity caused by the lack of food can have devastating effects on health, with malnutrition being considered a major cause of infant mortality. In addition, malnutrition at an early age has been linked to problems later, including hypertension, diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases. Insecurity caused by the lack of...
Topics: Entomophagy, nutrition-al benefits, perspective, risks, technology.
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Abstract: The industrial outburst, widespread uses of pesticides and fertilizers, heavy sewage effluents, domestic trash, and pharmaceutical waste through surface runoff have resulted in large scale increase in metal concentrations in surrounding water bodies. In eco-sensitive areas the scenario is becoming one of the major environmental concerns. The present investigation focused on the metal contents in sediments in three rivers of Nadia and Murshidabad districts (West Bengal, India). For...
Topics: Churni river, heavy met-als, Hooghly river, Ja-langi river, river sediment.
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Abstract: 2H-thiopyrano[3,2-c]coumarins have been regioselectively produced in 55-78% yield by the thermal [3,3] sigmatropic rearrangement led us to conduct research on the thio Claisen rearrangement of 2-[(4-aryloxy-2-butynyl)sulfanyl]thiophene. Six different cases using various 4-chlorobut-2-ynes were subjected to [3,3] sigmatropic rearrangement. The first cyclization in every cases were successful. The products formed contain allyl aryl ether moiety and as such there was scope for the second...
Topics: 2H-thiopyrano[3, 2- c]coumarins, [3, 3] sig-matropic rearrangement, thio Claisen rearrange-ment.
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Abstract: Various oxidative compounds such as aldehyde, ketone ester, and acids can be produced in large yields by an effective iodine-mediated oxidative reaction of organic molecules. Molecular iodine is a generally available and commercially extremely inexpensive substance that induces oxidative esterification. With the comparison with different Brønsted acid catalysis, molecular iodine or iodophilic activations proceed the reaction onto a deoxygenation pathway. With only a few mol% of I 2 ,...
Topics: Aldehyde, alkyne oxida-tion, halogen, molecular iodine catalysis, ketone ester and carboxylic...
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Abstract: Molecular iodine is an eco-friendly, powerful catalyst and plays an important role in pharmaceutical, medicinal and organic chemistry. For a long time, molecular iodine has been hugely applied in carbohydrate chemistry. Due to the huge application of molecular iodine in oxidation, cross coupling and cyclisation reactions, it has emerged as an elegant tool in organic synthesis. Earlier I discussed (Biswas, 2021) on iodine mediated cascade oxidative functionalisation, cyclisation and...
Topics: Cross coupling, cyclisa-tion, Oxidation.
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Abstract: The present study focuses on the evaluation of the river (Ganga) water quality by estimating  various quality indicators (also termed the physicochemical parameters) such as pH, temperature, dissolved oxygen (DO), electrical conductivity (EC), chlorides, sulfates, phosphates, hardness, chemical oxygen demand (COD), biochemical oxygen demand (BOD5). Rise in the concentration of the pollution signifies an upsurge in a load of pollution due to the different sources namely, sewage...
Topics: Bioaccumulation, Heavy metal contamination, River Ganga, Water pol-lution, Water quality parameter.
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Abstract: Heavy metal pollution is a significant source of pollution in the environment. Heavy metal contamination in aquifers endangers public health and the freshwater and marine ecosystems. Traditional wastewater treatment methods are mainly expensive, ecologically damaging, ineffective, and take much time. Phyto-remediation is a plant-based technique that gained popularity by discovering heavy metal accumulating plants that can accumulate, transport, and consolidate enormous quantities of...
Topics: Bioremediation, heavy metals, macrophytes, phyto-extraction, phyto-remediation
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The present study investigates the conversion efficacy of glucose into calcium salt of gluconic acid (calcium gluconate) through fermentation by using the fungus Aspergillus niger (A. niger) . The study further evaluates the impact of various process parameters and thereby identifies the optimum parameters to maximize the output. The different process parameters evaluated in this study were glucose concentration, pH, temperature, and aeration. After that, the optimized process pre-treatment...
Topics: Aspergillus niger, calcium gluconate, fermentation, gluconic acid, optimization, techno-economic...
Dipti Thakur 1 , Aditya Kumar Jha 1 , Soham Chattopadhyay 2 and Sukalyan Chakraborty 1* 1 Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India; 2 Department of Bioengineering and Biotechnology, BIT Mesra, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India E-mail/ Orcid Id: DP, diptithakurenvs@gmail.com; AKJ, ajha4783@gmail.com; SC, soham@bitmesra.ac.in, https://orcid.org/ 0000-0002-3797-5333; SC, sukalyanchakraborty@bitmesra.ac.in, https://orcid.org/...
Topics: Bibliographic analysis, bioremediation, denitrification, microalgae, nitrogenous waste.
Shuvomoy Banerjee 1 , Suchismita Mitra 1 , Milind Velhal 2 , Vikas Desmukh 3 and Biswarup Ghosh 1* 1 Neucrad Agri Farm Health LLP, Machalandapur, Kalna, East Burdwan, West Bengal, India; 2 Radial Labs Pvt. Ltd., Pune, Maharastra, India; 3 Bio Guru Life Sciences Pvt. Ltd.,  Pune, Maharastra, India E-mail/ Orcid Id: SB, shuvogene@gmail.com ; SM, suchismitamitra42@gmail.com ; MV, milindvelhal@gmail.com; VD, milindvelhal@gmail.com; BG, ghosh.biswarup@gmail.com *Corresponding Author:...
Topics: Biomagnification, chemical fertilizer, environmental pollution, health hazards, pesticides,...
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Sulagna Biswas 1 , Debabrata Singha 2 and Nilasish Pal 1* 1 Department of Chemistry, Seth Anandram Jaipuria College, Kolkata-700005, West Bengal, India; 2 Department of Chemistry, Visva-Bharati University, Santiniketan, Birbhum-731235, West Bengal, India E-mail/ Orcid id: SB, sulagnabiswas9073@gmail.com, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3898-938X ; DS, singhadebabrata07@gmail.com, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8958-2016 ; NP, nilasishpal@gmail.com, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7206-5407 *Corresponding...
Topics: Chemical sensor, Luminescence, Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs).
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Swapan Kumar Biswas Department of Chemistry, Sree Chaitanya College, Habra, North 24 Parganas, West Bengal, India Orcid Id: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2757-7702 Author's E-mail: swapaniict@gmail.com Abstract This article addresses new developments in silver-catalyzed cyclization processes, resulting in the formation of carbocyclic or heterocyclic rings. Some essential techniques in organic chemistry include silver-catalyzed reactions. In addition, silver catalysts have been emerged as a novel...
Topics: Aza cyclization, oxo cyclization, silver-catalyzed, pyran, pyrroles.
Titas Biswas Department of Chemistry, Gurudas College, Kolkata 700054, West Bengal, India Author’s E-mail: titas.biswas@gmail.com Abstract A synthetic method based on the tandem application of two-directional ring-closing metathesis reaction as key-steps has been established for the synthesis of medium ring heterocyclic compounds. Keywords: Medium ring heterocyclic compounds, two-directional ring-closing metathesis. Reference Ahmed, A., Ohler, E. and Mulzer, J. (2001). Synthesis of...
Topics: Medium ring heterocyclic compounds, two-directional ring-closing metathesis.
Mitu De 1 and Santi Ranjan Dey 2* 1 Department of Botany, Gurudas College, Kolkata 700054, India; 2 Department of Zoology, Rammohan College, Kolkata 700009, India E-mail/ Orcid Id: MD, mitude@rediffmail.com, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0757-2381;  SRD, srdey1@rediffmail.com, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2769-9109 * Corresponding Author: srdey1@rediffmail.com Abstract The mango ( Mangifera indica L.) varieties in India are some of the most diverse in the world. Fruit makes a substantial...
Topics: Indigenous mango variety, Malda, Murshidabad, pulp analysis.
Aayushmoti Biswas 1 , Debabrata Singha 2 and Nilasish Pal 1* 1 Department of Chemistry, Seth Anandram Jaipuria College, Kolkata-700005, West Bengal, India; 2 Department of Chemistry, Visva-Bharati University, Santiniketan, Birbhum-731235, West Bengal, India E-mail/ Orcid Id: AB, aayushmoti@gmail.com; NP, nilasishpal@gmail.com, http://orcid.org/0000-0002-7206-5407; DS, singhadebabrata07@gmail.com *Corresponding Author: nilasishpal@gmail.com Abstract Click chemistry is an extremely powerful...
Topics: Click chemistry, Azide-alkyne cycloaddition (AAC), medicinal chemistry, synthetic chemistry.
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Sudipta Nath * and Utpal Madhu Department of Mechanical Engineering, Swami Vivekananda Institute of Science & Technology, Kolkata, West Bengal, India E -mail / Orcid ID: SN, chobikobi@gmail.com; UM, utpalmadhu@gmail.com, https://orcid.org/ 0000-0001-7178-7072 *Corresponding Author: chobikobi@gmail.com Abstract SiAlON ceramics have complicated chemistry and should be considered a group of alloys with diverse characteristics. It is generated when silicon nitride (Si 3 N 4 ), aluminium oxide...
Topics: Densification, dysprosium oxide, heat treatment, shrinkage analysis, SiAlON, XRD characterization.
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Jayanta Kumar Das 1, 2,3* , Madhumita Das 3 , Mayur Doke 1 , Stanislaw Wnuk 1 , Rose Mary Stiffin 2 , Marco Ruiz 1 , Jonathan P. Celli 4   1 Florida International University, Miami, FL, USA; 2 Florida Memorial University, Miami Gardens, FL, USA; 3 Miami Dade College, Miami, FL, USA; 4 University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, MA, USA   E-mail/Orcid Id: JKD, jayanta.das@fmuniv.edu, https://orcid.org/ 0000-0002-2840-1645; MD, mdas@mdc.edu; MD, mayurdoke@gmail.com, https://orcid.org/...
Topics: Pancreatic cancer, drug registrant, cancer stem cells, tumori-sphero-genesis, new molecule.
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Amlan Mandal   and Susanta Roy Karmakar * Post Graduate Department of Zoology, Maulana Azad College, Kolkata-700013, West Bengal, India *Corresponding Author: subidar71@gmail.com Abstract As one of the most important aspects of art, music is also a part of human biology and has had a significant influence on human evolution and development. In addition, it is an essential component of cultural heritage. Both hereditary and environmental variables are thought to play a role in developing and...
Topics: Amusia, music genetics, music perception, music production.
Swapan Kumar Biswas* and Sushanta Saha Department of Chemistry, Sree Chaitanya College, Habra, 24-Parganas (N), West Bengal 743268, India * Corresponding Author: swapaniict@gmail.com Abstract Groundwater contaminated with arsenic adds an extra percentage of arsenic load at the time of the different irrigated processes. In an arsenic-contaminated locality, an experimental drinking water contamination study was done on tap water, pump water used for irrigation, hand pump water used for cooking,...
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Dibbendu Saha and Nilasish Pal* Department of Chemistry, Seth Anandram Jaipuria College, 10, Raja Naba Krishna Street, Kolkata, West Bengal, India *Corresponding Author: nilasishpal@gmail.com Abstract Oligothiophenes give a magnificent opportunity to explore its different synthesis and uses as in optoelectrical devices nowadays. In contrast, oligothiophenes afford higher purity and easy modification with several functional groups than their polymer counterparts. Recent work on functional...
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Titas Biswas Department of Chemistry, Gurudas College, Kolkata-700054, West Bengal, India Author’s E-mail: titas.biswas@gmail.com Abstract Molecular iodine has a huge application in the field of electrophilic cyclisation reactions, oxidation, oxidative cyclisation, multi-component reactions, ring opening, cyclisation, rearrangement, oxidative cross coupling, oxidative annulation, C-H functionalization reactions, synthesis of heterocycles and its derivatives. In this mini review I discuss the...
Topics: Cascade process, coupling, cyclization.
Biplab Bagchi 1* and Binod Saradar 2 Department of Botany, Bangabasi College, Kolkata-700009, West Bengal, India; Research scholar, Department of Botany, University of Calcutta, Kolkata-700073, W.B., India *Corresponding Author: bipbagchi@gmail.com Abstract To determine the identity and diversity of endophytic fungi associated with the liana from five different forest localities of Jhargram and West Medinipur districts of West Bengal. On the basis of differentiation of weather and microclimate,...
Topics: Celastrus sp., diversity, endophytic fungi, lianas, sacred grooves.
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S maranika Deb Roy 1 , Anusree Bhowmick 1 and Mitu De 2* 1 Student (6 th semester), Department of Botany, Gurudas College, West Bengal, India; 2 Associate Professor and Head, Department of Botany, Gurudas College, West Bengal, India. * Corresponding Author: mitude@rediffmail.com Abstract RiceTec Inc, an American company, was granted a patent by the U.S. patent office in late 1997 to call the aromatic rice grown outside India ‘Basmati’ to which India objected. Since India has been one of the...
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Satadal Sengupta, Nilasish Pal  and Anwesha Bhattacharyya* Department of Chemistry,  Seth Anandram Jaipuria College, 10, Raja Naba Krishna St, Raja Nabakrishna Street, Kolkata, West Bengal, India *Corresponding Author: anweshabhattajaipuria@gmail.com Abstract In the modern day, chemistry governs the very essence of life on a sub-atomic level from simple toothpaste to life-saving drugs, we depend on the chemicals that constitute the very essence of existence itself. Therefore, the detection...
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#Arnob Chakrovorty 1 , #Banani Bhattacharjee 1 , Rishita Dey 1,2 , Asmita Samadder 1* and Sisir Nandi 2 1 Cytogenetics and Molecular Biology Laboratory, Department of Zoology, University of Kalyani, Kalyani, Nadia-741235, India; 2 Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Global Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (Affiliated to Uttarakhand Technical University), Kashipur-244713, India # Equal authorship *Corresponding Author: asmita.samadder@gmail.com   Abstract Graphene plays an...
Topics: Anti-cancer, anti-diabetic, graphene, graphene oxide (GO), therapeutic management.
Mitu De 1 and Santi Ranjan Dey 2 * 1 Associate Professor, Department of Botany, Gurudas College, Kolkata 700054, West Bengal, India; 2 Assistant Professor, Department of Zoology, Rammohan College, Kolkata 700009, West Bengal, India * Corresponding author: Email: srdey1@rediffmail.com Abstract The expertise of agro-morphological variability within a crop and its dispersion across agro-ecological areas may be very useful in managing the crop's germplasm and developing improved methods. Crop...
Topics: Cooch Behar, genetic diversity, Standard Evaluation System (SES), Traditional rice variety.
Chirag Kalal 1 and Sanket Charola 1 * 1 Department of Botany, Faculty of Science, TheMaharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Gujarat, India. *Corresponding Author: sanket.charola-botany@msubaroda.ac.in Abstract The world is going through pandemic of the century named COVID-19 disease. The COVID-19 pathogenesis involves cytokine storm in advanced stage leading to systemic hyper-inflammation. Medicinal herbs are practiced as part of alternative therapies in addition to clinically approved drugs...
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Piyasi Bhattacharjee Bansberia Girls High School , Bansberia, Hooghly-712502, West Bengal, India Author's E-mail: piyasicyto@gmail.com Abstract   The increase in population is becoming a comprehensive dilemma, causing much pressure alternative medicine for anti-fertility action. Ayurveda and other Indian literature mention the use of plants in various human ailments. India has about more than 45000 plant species and among them several thousand are claimed to possess medicinal properties....
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Abstract Various types of naturally occurring and artificially made chemicals cause disruption of endocrine processes among animals. They mimic biochemically with hormones and interfere with the normal signaling and activity of the endocrine system, causing enormous changes at the cellular level of animals from lower to higher organisms, including human being. These modified regulations of cellular activities as a result of endocrine disruptors have severe implications at the organismal level....
Topics: Ecology, endocrine disruptor, human health, phytoestrogen, xenoestrogen.
Hadi Erfani Department of Chemical Engineering, Central Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran Author's E-mail: hadierfani1368@gmail.com Abstract This article examines the medicinal and dietary supplement on the biological activities of identified chemicals from Ginger ( Zingiber officinale ) of Zingibracea family. Ginger have long been used in traditional medicine. One of the plants that is very effective in extracting essential oils is ginger, which has been studied by...
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Biplab Bagchi Department of Botany, Bangabasi College, Kolkata-700009, West Bengal, India Author's E-mail: bipbagchi@gmail.com Abstract Aerial tissues of the woody lianas- Combretum sp . was selected and assessed for study of endophytic fungal diversity from three forest areas of West Medinipur and Jhargram districts of West Bengal. In monsoon study it was observed that out of 225 various tissue segments ,165 segments had been colonized by endophytic fungi Combretum roxburghii and 209...
Topics: Antimicrobial activity, endophytes, diversity, diversity index, lianas, symbionts.
Suvabrata Khatua, Soumik Dhara, Ritam Sahu and Sudipta Kumar Ghorai* Coastal ecology Research Laboratory, Department of Zoology, Egra SSB College, West Bengal, India *Corresponding Author: sudiptag8@gmail.com https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3478-3632 Abstract Schizodactylus monstrosus (Drury) is an Orthoptera belongs to the family Schizodactylidae. Previously although various works has been done on burrowing behavior of the species Schizodactylus monstrosus, our investigation unfolds some new facts...
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Hadi Erfani Department of Chemical Engineering, Central Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran Author's E-mail: hadierfani1368@gmail.com Abstract This review summarizes waste management and there is a need for better understanding the scientific findings for recycling the waste materials and suggests areas where further research is needed. In major cities around the world, waste management today is based on a comprehensive, sustainable and environmentally sound system of...
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Biplab Bagchi Department of Botany, Bangabasi College, Kolkata-700009, West Bengal, India Author's E-mail: bipbagchi@gmail.com Abstract Fungal endophytes from Butea superba were studied collecting from Belpahari of Jhargram district of West Bengal during three seasons-winter, summer and monsoon. A total of 159 plant tissue segments were resided by endophytic fungi among 225 tissue segments and endophytic fungi of the number of 201 were isolated from 159 various tisue specimens such as leaf,...
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Sudip Dey 1 and Pokhraj Guha 1 * *Department of Zoology, Garhbeta College, West Midnapore, West Bengal, India *Corresponding Author: pokhraj.pg@gmail.com Abstract Cigarette smoking has become one of the most common addictions in context to the present scenario of tobacco consumption. Comprising of nearly 7000 chemicals, cigarette smoke have both free radicals and oxidizing agents in both smoke tar and gas phase, both of which can cause oxidative stress in human health. Long time smoking causes...
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Mastitis Kristina Kharkevich 1 , Shubhadeep Roychoudhury 2 and Petr Slama 1 * 1 Department of Animal Morphology, Physiology and Genetics, Faculty of AgriSciences, Mendel University in Brno, Brno, Czech Republic; 2 Department of Life Science and Bioinformatics, Assam University, Silchar, India *Corresponding author: petr.slama@mendelu.cz Abstract Cytokines are important agents in regulating immune response in many diseases, and knowledge of relevant cytokine immune networks is necessary for...
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Piyasi Bhattacharjee Department of Biology, Bansberia Girls High School, Bansberia, Hooghly-712502, West Bengal, India Author's E-mail: piyasicyto@gmail.com Abstract The present study conducted to investigate the haematological changes and changes of blood glucose level in male albino rat due to cold stress. In this experiment normal 12:12 light dark phases were maintained for all the groups. Control group was kept at normal room temperature (22 ± 1). A (4°C), B in (0°C), C (4°C and 0.30 mg...
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Manashi Debnath District Entomologist, Chief Medical Officer of Health, Purba Medinipur, West Bengal, India *Author's E-mail: manashi005@gmail.com Abstract Kalimpong, part of Eastern Himalaya have a diverse flora and aphid fauna. Aphidophagous predators are important natural enemies of aphids in these areas. Coccinellids, Syrphids and europterans are the important predators. These are abundant at altitude between 1400-2100 meters. Keywords: Association, distribution, eastern Himalaya,...
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Titas Biswas Department of Chemistry, Gurudas College, Kolkata 700054, West Bengal, India *Author's E-mail: titas.biswas@gmail.com Abstract Ring-closing enyne metathesis reaction has emerged as an elegant tool in organic synthesis for the creation of molecular complexity and used to prepare diverse heterocycles. In this mini review, I discuss that various linearly and angularly architecture heterocyclic compounds may be prepared using RCEM as key steps.  Keywords: Enyne metathesis, Diels Alder...
Topics: Enyne metathesis, Diels Alder reaction, aromatisation.
Subarna Bhattacharyya 1 *, Jayita Chopra 1 , Rashmi Khushboo Minz 1 , Mousumi Chakraborty 1 , Srimanti Dutta Gupta 1 , Malancha Roy 1 , Soumi Sarkar 1 , Punarbasu Choudhuri 2 ,  Joydeep Mukherjee 1 1 School of Envirnmental Studies, Jadavpur University, 188, Raja S. C. Mallick Road, Kolkata, W.B., India; 2 Department of Environmental Science, University of Calcutta, W.B., India *Corresponding Author: barna_kol@yahoo.com  Abstract The spatial variability of cellulase, amylase, protease and...
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Abhijit Banerjee Department of Electronic Science, Acharya Prafulla Chandra College, New Barrackpore, Kolkata-700111, India Author's E-mail: abhijit@apccollege.ac.in, abhijit_bnrj@yahoo.com Abstract The photosensitivity of aluminium (Al)/lead sulphide (PbS)/indium tin oxide (ITO) thin layered structure is investigated considering the photon wavelength dependent current-voltage and capacitance-voltage characteristics of the device. The current-voltage characteristics of the test structure are...
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Forensic anthropology is a special sub-field of biological anthropology (the study of human remains) that involves applying skeletal analysis and techniques in archaeology and forensic sciences to solving identity cases. Generally speaking forensic anthropology is the examination of human skeletal remains for law enforcement agencies to help with the recovery of human remains, determine the identity of unidentified human remains, interpret trauma, and estimate time since death. Through the...
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Swapan Mandal Post Graduate Department of Botany, Brahmananda Keshab Chandra College, 111/2 B. T. Road, Bonhooghly, Kolkata- 700108, West Bengal, India Authors' E-mail: swapanb1@rediffmail.com   Abstract The cashew is widely and commercially cultivated throughout the nation for its nut. Cashew is a polygamo - monoecious plant with both male and bisexual flowers developing in same inflorescence. Experimental study was conducted at Kesiary Cashew Plantation Sector , Medini pur as per the...
Topics: Anthesis, apomixes, auto-pollination, cymes, inflorescence, panicle.
# Ruchira Das 1,2 , # Priyanka Sow 1 , # Sudatta Dey 1 and Asmita Samadder 1,2* 1 Cytogenetics and Molecular Biology Laboratory, Department of Zoology, University of Kalyani, Kalyani, Nadia-741235, India; 2 Department of Zoology, Dum Dum Motijheel College, Kolkata700074, West Bengal, India # Equal authorship *Corresponding author: asmita.samadder@gmail.com Abstract Graphene is a novel, sp2 carbon atoms bonded, two-dimensional nano-material. Due to their favorable electronic, thermal, optical,...
Topics: Anti-inflammatory, graphene, graphene oxide, Graphene quantum dots, signaling factors.
Manashi Debnath 1 * and Samiran Chakrabarti 2 1 District entomologist, CMOH Office, Tamralipta, Purba Medinipur, West Bengal, India; 2 Retired Professor, Department of Zoology, Biosystematics Research Unit, University of Kalyani, West Bengal, India *Corresponding author: manashi005@gmail.com Abstract Darjeeling Himalaya with its foot hill has a diverse flora and fauna. Aphids with their host plants have shown a great remark in aphidological studies. Altitudinal variation is very important in...
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Dip Majumder 1 *, Manabendra Ray 2 and Dilip Kumar Khan 1 1 Department of Environmental Science, University of Kalyani, Kalyani-741235, Nadia, West Bengal, India; 2 Department of Agronomy, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya, Kalyani741235, Nadia, West Bengal, India *Corresponding author: dipmajumder1@gmail.com Abstract The soil quality in a paddy field is the most crucial element for the supply and the production of rice in India. However, the pressure on the paddy field creates a challenge...
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Swapan Mandal Department of Botany, Brahmananda Keshab Chandra College, 111/2 B. T. Road, Bonhooghly, Kolkata- 700108, West Bengal, India Authors' E-mail: swapanb1@rediffmail.com Abstract Cashew is a kidney-shaped nut that commercially grows on a tropical evergreen tree. In recent times, the commercial importance of cashew nut and apple in terms of human health is gaining great momentum. The kernels of 75 promising cashew germplasms were taken from different soils of West Bengal, for...
Topics: Cashew nut, chromatography, germplasm, kernel, quantification.
Mitu De 1 and Santi Ranjan Dey 2 * 1 Associate Professor, Department of Botany, Gurudas College, Kolkata 700054, West Bengal, India; 2 Assistant Professor, Department of Zoology, Rammohan College, Kolkata 700009, West Bengal, India *Corresponding author: srdey1@rediffmail.com   Abstract A core goal of taxonomy and systematics, entomology, field botany, horticulture, zoology and many agriculture courses involves learning to identify plants and animals. But current syllabi and time constraint...
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Debrupa Chakraborty 1 * and Pinki Nath Ghosh 1 1 Department of Geography, Behala College, Kolkata, West Bengal, India *Corresponding author: debch814@gmail.com Abstract The Sundarban is a national park, biosphere reserve and tiger reserve in West Bengal, India. Pakhiralaya village is a part of Sundarban and it located exact opposite to the buffer area of Sundarban reserve forest. This village has its unique natural beauty and it is far from the noise of the city. But this area is suffering from...
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Somnath Das* , Arkaprabha Bhattacharjee, Mriganka Maity, Rajesh Sahoo, Joydip Kumar Mondal Department of Mechanical Engineering, Swami Vivekananda Institute of Science & Technology, Sonarpur, Kolkata-700145, West Bengal, India *Corresponding author: somnath96@gmail.com Abstract Now a day’s purchasing one car among the verities of model of car available in the market are very difficult task to the customers. Day by day various technical and operational parameter specifications like price,...
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Chandan Das 1 , Suman Das 2 *, Debamalya Banerjee 3 , Amalendu Samanta 4 , Bidyut Kumar Bhattacharyya 5 1 Department of Production Engineering, J.U., Kolkata, West Bengal, India; 2 *Department of Mechanical Engineering, Swami Vivekananda Institute of Science & Technology, Kolkata, West Bengal, India; 3 Department of Production Engineering, J.U, Kolkata, West Bengal, India; 4 Department of Occupational Health, All India Institute of Hygiene and Public Health, West Bengal, India; 5 Department...
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Subhra Basak Assistant Professor, State Institute of Physical Education for Women, Hastings House, Kolkata, West Bengal, India Author's E-mail: basaksubhra@yahoo.in Abstract Core muscle stability includes the strength and endurance of the flexor and extensor muscles present at deep inside of the trunk region of our body which is considered as an important factor for sports performance. Purpose of the study was to assess the correlation between balance and core muscle stability of the yoga...
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Mitu De 1 , Chayanika Roy 2 , Suchismita Medda 3 , Sulagna Roy 4 and Santi Ranjan Dey 2 * 1 Associate Professor, Department of Botany, Gurudas College, Kolkata-54, India; 2 Assistant Professor, Department of Zoology, Rammohan College, Kolkata-09, India; 3 Post graduate Biology Teacher, M.R.K.C. Balika Vidyalaya, Domjhur, Howrah, India; 4 Guest Lecturer, Department of Botany, Shantipur College, Nadia, India *Corresponding Author: srdey1@rediffmail.com Abstract The aquatic ecosystem is composed...
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Alpana Ray Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Prasanta Chandra Mahalonobis Mahavidyalaya, Baranagar, Kolkata, West Bengal, India Author's E-mail: alpana.ray10@gmail.com Abstract West Bengal is an agriculture based state of India as its economy is highly dependent on agricultural production. Being situated in the active delta part of Ganga still, there are some problems to cultivate food crop mainly-paddy as kharif and winter crop in some parts of the State. This Paper aims to find...
Topics: Active delta, crop rotation, irrigation practice, kharif crop.
Mitu De 1 *, Goutam Kumar Pahari 2 and Ripan Chandra Das 2 1 Associate Professor, Department of Botany, Gurudas College, Kolkata, West Bengal, India; 2 Assistant Professor, Department of Botany, Gurudas College, Kolkata, West Bengal, India *Corresponding Author: mitude@rediffmail.com Abstract Urban green spaces (UGS) supply ecosystem services such as biodiversity, climate regulation and other benefits. Urban green spaces are essential for the quality of life, health, and wellbeing of citizens....
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Ardhendu Das Mahapatra 1 , Kaushik Deuti², Santosh Kumar Bera1 and Sudipta Kumar Ghorai 1 * 1 Coastal Ecology Research Laboratory, Department of Zoology, Egra S.S.B. College, Egra, Purba Medinipur, West Bengal 721429, India; ²Zoological Survey of India, Herpetology Division, 27 JL Nehru Road, Kolkata 700016, India  *Corresponding Author: sudiptag8@gmail.com Abstract Orissa Cricket Frog Fejervarya orissaensis was first describe by Dutta (1997). Later this species reported from only few...
Topics: Cricket Frog, Duttaphrynus melanostictus, Fejervarya orissaensis, Limnonectes orissaensis.
Debargha Chakraborty 1,2 *, Dipanwita Das 3 , Alok Chandra Samal 1 and Subash Chandra Santra 1 1 Department of Environmental Science, University of Kalyani, Nadia-741235, West Bengal, India; 2 Assistant Teacher, Environmental Systems and Societies, Calcutta International School, Kolkata-700107, West Bengal, India; 3 Department of Environmental Science, Amity University, Kolkata-700156,West Bengal, India. *Corresponding author: debarghachakraborty@gmail.com Abstract The concentration and...
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Mateusz Gąsiorek University of Economics in Cracow, Rakowicka 27 St., 31-510 Cracow, Poland Author's E-mail: gasiorek.mateusz1996@gmail.com Abstract The article attempts to present concepts and essences of globalization, transformation and social integration. These concepts are still current and evolves, along with dynamic changes in the market. Keywords: Globalization, social integration, transformation. References Bauman, Z. (2000). Globalizacja, PIW, Warszawa. Pp. 3-8. Bożyk, P. and...
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Mitu De Associate Professor, Department of Botany, Gurudas College, Kolkata-54, West Bengal, India Author's E-mail: mitude@rediffmail.com Abstract With the introduction of high-yielding varieties, price incentives and research inclinations towards modern varieties of non-aromatic rice to achieve self reliance, cultivation of several indigenous scented rice varieties have been neglected. A large number of traditional scented rice has already been lost and many are on the verge of extinction. It...
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Santi Ranjan Dey Assistant Professor, Department of Zoology, Rammohan College, 102/1, Raja Rammohan Sarani, Kolkata 700009, West Bengal, India Author's Email: srdey1@rediffmail.com Abstract Biodiversity enumeration of ecologically sensitive species is important for estimating the general health as well as development of proper conservation plans for the entire ecosystem. ‘Patan beel’ an relatively unexplored wetland of North-West Murshidabad is located between latitude 24°2’4” North to...
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Mitu De 1 * , Gautam Kumar Pahari 2 , Ankush Pal 3 , Sayak Ganguli 4 , Susanta Ray 5 , Malay Mandal 6 , Suchandra Dhar 7 , Subhasree Dutta 8 and Santi Ranjan Dey 9 1 Associate Professor, Department of Botany, Gurudas College, Kolkata, West Bengal, India; 2 Assistant Professor, Department of Botany, Gurudas College, Kolkata, West Bengal, India; 3 Assistant Professor, Department of Botany, Berhampore Girls’ College, Berhampore, Murshidabad, West Bengal, India; 4 Group Leader, Amplicon Institute...
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Krzysztof Gaweł Cracow University of Economics, 27 Rakowicka Street, Cracow, Poland Author's E-mail: krzysiekgawel96@gmail.com Abstract The aim of the article is to indicate connections between human capital and economic socialization. Observation was in this case the first-rate research technique. The economic socialization of an individual is carried out throughout her life and determines the process of her striving to get rich. This phenomenon takes place in the context of cognitive and...
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Mitu De 1 , Suchismita Medda 2 and Santi Ranjan Dey 3 * 1 Associate Professor, Department of Botany, Gurudas College, Kolkata-700054, West Bengal, India; 2 Post graduate Biology Teacher, Mohiary Ranibala Kundu Chowdhury Balika Vidyalaya, Andul-Mouri, Howrah, West Bengal, India; 3 Assistant Professor, Department of Zoology, Rammohan College, Kolkata 700009, West Bengal, India.  *Corresponding Author: srdey1@rediffmail.com Abstract Wetlands are unique, productive ecosystems where terrestrial and...
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Aleksandra Skrzypek Faculty of Management, University of Economics in Cracow, Rakowicka 27 St., 31- 510 Cracow, Poland Author's E-mail: aleksandra.skrzypek97@onet.pl Abstract The article attempts to present the importance of financial liquidity analysis and its impact on financial condition of an enterprise. It introduces financial analysis tools and effects of losing of financial liquidity in the enterprise. Keywords: Financial analysis, financial condition of an enterprise, financial...
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Krzysztof Gaweł Cracow University of Economics, 27 Rakowicka Street, Cracow, Poland Author's E-mail: krzysiekgawel96@gmail.com Abstract The aim of the article is to present a phenomenon closely related to the issue of mobbing. It offers theoretical approaches explaining this matter. The most common sources of aggressive proceedings in early childhood were discussed with details, mainly outlining subjective and situational conditions. Possible consequences of aggression in children at...
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Mateusz Gąsiorek University of Economics in Cracow, Rakowicka 27 St., 31-510 Cracow, Poland Author's E-mail: gasiorek.mateusz1996@gmail.com Abstract The article attempts to present the concept and essence of human capital. This subject is still current and evolves, along with dynamic changes in the market. Each company should determinate the need of its employees and adjust their remuneration fairly. Keywords: Fair remuneration, human capital, pay, remuneration. References Bochniarz, P. and...
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Krzysztof Gaweł Cracow University of Economics, 27 Rakowicka Street, Cracow, Poland Author's E-mail: krzysiekgawel96@gmail.com Abstract The aim of the article is to compare the amount of remuneration expected by employees with the salary determined on the basis of the economic constant of potential growth. Using the theory of human capital, we are able to carry out a research consisting in a combination of remuneration resulting from the minimum wage. To achieve this, an econometric model...
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Anusaya Mallick 1 and Ashis Kumar Panigrahi* 1,2   1 ENVIS RP on Environmental Biotechnology, University of Kalyani, West Bengal, India; 2 Department of Zoology, University of Kalyani, Kalyani, West Bengal, India. *Corresponding author: panigrahiashis@gmail.com Abstract Meteorological variations and global warming frequently produce serious losses in fishing stocks and fish production. The rate of fish production depends on climatic variation and demand more prudent management of natural...
Topics: Climate change, diseases, fish, global warming, pathogen.
Pinaki Bose Department of Environmental Science, Sewnarayan Rameswar Fatepuria College Beldanga, Murshidabad-742133, West Bengal, India  Author's E-mail: boseenvs2010@gmail.com Abstract  Murshidabad district is one of the most highly Arsenic (As) prone areas of West Bengal, India. The predominantly rural population of this district greatly depends on traditionally used medicinal plants for treatment of various ailments and subjected to risk of arsenic contamination. The present study revealed...
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Egbujie Augustine Eseroghene and Okoye Joseph Ikechukwu Department of Food Science and Technology, Enugu State University of Science and Technology, P.M.B 01660, Enugu, Nigeria *Corresponding Author: egbujieae@gmail.com Abstract This study was carried out to evaluate the proximate, mineral and sensory properties of nutritive and ready-to-eat complementary foods formulated from blends of sorghum, African yam bean and crayfish flour. The protein, ash, fat and crude fibre contents of the samples...
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A cross-sectional study of 238 adolescent Bhumij boys aged 11-16 years of Khatra block, Bankura district of West Bengal, India was undertaken to study their physical growth and nutritional status. The subjects were classified into six age groups: 11-11.9 (n=35), 12-12.9 (n=41), 13-13.9 (n=39), 14-14.9 (n=45), 15-15.9 (n=40), 16-16.9 (n=38). Physical growth status (estimated by height and weight) was compared with national standard. Nutritional status (undernutrition) was determined by the age...
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Santi Ranjan Dey 1 and Mitu De 2 * 1 Assistant Professor, Department of Zoology, Rammohan College, Kolkata 700009, India; 2 Associate Professor, Department of Botany, Gurudas College, Kolkata 700054, India  *Corresponding author: mitude@rediffmail.com Abstract The enhancement of natural predators through habitat manipulation and increasing vegetational diversity can improve herbivore control. Aphids drew attention as they are serious phytosaccivorous pests and a threat against crop plants....
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Madhumita Dandopath Patra Department of Chemistry, Acharya Prafulla Chandra College, Kolkata-700131, West Bengal, India Author's E-mail: madhumita_ucst@yahoo.co.in Abstract Siglecs are attractive therapeutic target of the major homologous subfamily of I-type lectins. The primary role of Siglecs may actually lie in the recognition and phagocytosis of bacterial pathogens that express sialic acids, maintenance of myelin organization, and inhibition of neurite outgrowth, cell-cell interactions...
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Rupa Sanyal 1 *, Sohini Mallick 2 and Asis Mazumder 2 1 Department of Botany, Bhairab Ganguly College, Belghoria, Kolkata-700056, West Bengal, India; 2 CFC-NMPB, National Afforestation & Eco-Development Board, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Govt. of India, Jadavpur University, Kolkata-700032, West Bengal, India. *Corresponding author: rupashaw9@gmail.com Abstract Kripa (Lumnitzera racemosa) is an evergreen branched tree of medicinal value found in the mangrove areas of the Indian...
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Monoj Maiti* and Gour Chandra Samanta Department of Physiology, Bajkul Milani Mahavidyalaya, Kismat Bajkul, Purba Medinipure- 721655, West Bengal, India *Corresponding Author: maitimonoj@gmail.com Abstract Poor diet, alcohol consumption and cigarette smoking constitute a major public health concern for West Bengal, India. These behaviours are increased among day by day among students which are problematic particularly in their concentration and physical fitness. It is well documented that...
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Abstract Present cross sectional study was undertaken to assess the nutritional status of 348 pre-primary and primary school going Santal children aged 4 to 10 years which includes 186 boys and 162 girls of Bolpur-Sriniketan Block, Birbhum, West Bengal. Anthropometric measurements of height and weight were measured using standard procedure. The analyses reveals that the mean value of height of boys is slightly greater than that of the girls but the mean value of both weight and BMI of girls are...
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Satyabrata Karmokar Department of Geography, Vidyasagar University, Midnapore, West Bengal, India Author's E-mail: karmokarsatyabrata6@gmail.com   Abstract Point bar is a typical depositional landform of fluvial process. This physical feature is commonly found in the lower part of the Hooghly river. Point bars are very suitable location for brick kilns. There are many causes for choosing such a fragile landscape to set up this industry. Brick industry is an ancient industry in India. It is a...
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Baisakhi Pramanik Master of Science in Nursing, Medical College of Nursing, Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata - 700073, West Bengal, India Author's E-mail: baisakhipramanik1992@gmail.com   Abstract Diabetes, a major health problem has shaken quite a huge population of India. This present study was conducted to assess the knowledge, attitude and risk perception regarding complications of Type-2 Diabetes mellitus between male and female Diabetic patients attending Diabetic Clinics of Medical...
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Manoj Gogoi 1 , Sumanta Kundu 1 *, Jadumoni Goswami 1 , Dibyajyoti Saikia 1 and Naveen Pandey 1 1 The Corbett Foundation, Bochagaon, Kaziranga-785609, Golaghat, Assam, India *Corresponding author: sumanta1979@gmail.com  Abstract The Tokay Gecko (Gekko gecko) is the second largest surviving Gecko species and are distributed across much of South-East Asia, Southern China and Northeastern India and Nepal. In Kaziranga landscape Tokay Gecko are fairly common and frequently seen around households...
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Pritha Chakraborty# , Anushka Sengupta# , Aditya Mojumder# , Antara Biswas# , Shrayashi Mazumder# , Megha Biswas# , Mousumi Halder# , Sayani Cakraborty# , Srijita Dey, Asmita Samadder, Prantik Ghosh* Department of Zoology, Dum Dum Motijheel College, Kolkata-700074, West Bengal, India  # Equal authorship *Corresponding author: prantik79@gmail.com Abstract The study of foraging behaviour in ants is a special challenge to entomologists and insect biologist as they usher a lot of distinct...
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Ayesha Siddika # , Bandita Bhattacharjee # , Priyanka Chakraborty # , Chiranjit Kumar Sarkar, Md Asik Khan, Suvendu Mondal, Disha Bose, Ranajoy Indu, Srijita Dey, Asmita Samadder and Prantik Ghosh* Department of Zoology, Dum Dum Motijheel College, Kolkata-700074, West Bengal, India  # Equal authorship *Corresponding Author: prantik79@gmail.com Abstract Odonata is a common insect order of India which acts as a bioindicator of the wetland ecosystem. Both Dragon and Damsel fly exhibit diurnal...
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Suman Mondal # , Anup Sardar # , Soumakanti Roychowdhury # , Suman Das # , Samrat Das # , Pranabesh Sardar # , Sudipta Satra # , Pritam Sanyal # , Mohit Kumar Mahato # , Sanju Ghosh # , Arnab Bar # , Ruchira Das # , Srijita Dey, Prantik Ghosh, Subhra De, Madhuchhanda Chakraborty, Neelakshi Sarkar and Asmita Samadder* Department of Zoology, Dum Dum Motijheel College, Kolkata-700074, West Bengal, India  # Equal authorship *Corresponding Author: asmita.samadder@gmail.com Abstract Fruit flies are...
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Abhishek Kundu Department of Mechanical Engineering, Swami Vivekananda Institute of Science and Technology, West Bengal, India Author's E-mail: abhishekkundu45@gmail.com Abstract The OUCS2 upwind compact scheme for calculation of first derivatives in the Euler and NavierStokes equations is the focus of the present paper. Derived and analyzed by Sengupta et al. and primarily meant for incompressible flow problems, the scheme has recently been applied to compressible flow with shocks. To handle...
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Goutam Kumar Das Department of Geography (UG & PG), Bajkul Milani Mahavidyalaya (Vidyasagar University), Kismat Bajkul, Purba Medinipur, West Bengal, India   Author's E-mail: goutamrs2012@gmail.com   Abstract The important resource of groundwater is a contributing significantly in total annual supply. However, over exploitation has depleted groundwater availability considerably and also led to land subsidence at some places. The integrated approach based on advanced applications of remote...
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Suman Das 1 *, Debamalya Banerjee 2 and Shankarashis Mukherjee 3 1 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Swami Vivekananda Institute of Science & Technology, Kolkata, India; 2 Department of Production Engineering, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India; 3 Department of Physiology, University College of Science and Technology, Kolkata, India *Corresponding Author: sd_suman@yahoo.co.in  Abstract Work related musculoskeletal disorders (WRMSD) are very common health problem in manufacturing...
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Alok Chandra Samal*, Sumalya Chakraborty, Anusaya Mallick and Subhas Chandra Santra Department of Environmental Science, University of Kalyani, West Bengal, India *Corresponding Author: acsamal@gmail.com Abstract Mercury has a unique place in the field of pollution and toxicity. The mercury contamination increased day by day in urban environment through anthropogenic activities. The mercury accumulated in the urban environmental components and its toxicity has adverse effect on the urban...
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Barsha Nath # , Arpan Goswami # , Senjuti Mondal # , Debadrita Biswas # , Susmita Biswas # , Bhaswati Roy # , Srijita Dey, Prantik Ghosh and Asmita Samadder* Department of Zoology, Dum Dum Motijheel College, Kolkata-700074, West Bengal, India #Equal authorship ∗ Corresponding Author: asmita.samadder@gmail.com   Abstract Aromatic compounds play an important role to switch on/off the chemosensory based signalling pathway related to physiological functioning and behavioural strategies of...
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Tista Ghosh 1 , Dipanjana Banerjee 1 , Dipanjan Routh 1 , Manashi Debnath 2 and Kousik Pramanick 1 * 1 Integrative Biology Research Unit, Department of Life Sciences, Presidency University, Kolkata, West Bengal, India; 2 District Entomologist, Tamluk, Purba Medinipur, West Bengal, India *Corresponding Author: kousikpram@gmail.com Abstract Wetland management is alarming agenda in today’s globalizing India. These are important for water bird breeding colonies called Mixed Heronry-the nursery...
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Sunil Ghimire 1 , Arun Khanal 1 , Ganga Ram Kohar 1 , Bimala Acharya 1 , Anu Basnet 1 , Pragya Kandel 1 , Binita Subedi 1 , Kshitiz Dhakal 2 * 1 Tribhuvan University, Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science (IAAS), Nepal; 2 West Virginia State University, West Virginia, U.S.A.  *Corresponding Author: dhakal.kshitiz@gmail.com Abstract An experiment was conducted in RCBD design with four replications and seven treatments to estimate the genetic variability, correlation and path coefficient...
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Kisan Algur 1 *, Ajay Gawari 2 and Kishor Mohan 3  1 Ph. D. Scholar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), Govandi Station Road, Deonar, Mumbai – 40008, Maharashtra, India; 2 Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune411007 Maharashtra, India; 3 Master Student, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), Govandi Station Road, Deonar, Mumbai – 40008, Maharashtra, India. *Corresponding Author: kdalgur90@gmail.com...
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Utpala Devi 1 , Beauty Mahanta 2 , Prasanta Kumar Borah 1 , Jayanta Kumar Das 3 , Nabanita Barman 4 , Jolly Rabha 3 , Amrit Borah 3 , Jagadish Mahanta 1 * 1 Regional Medical Research Centre, NE Region ICMR, Dibrugarh, Assam, India; 2 Duliajan College, Duliajan, Assam, India; 3 Assam Medical College & Hospital, Dibrugarh, Assam, India; 4 Urban Health Centre, Dibrugarh, Assam, India *Corresponding Author email: jmahanta@gmail.com Abstract Assam has a high maternal and child mortality rate....
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Sangram Sinha Department of Botany, Vivekananda Mahavidyalaya, Haripal, Hooghly, West Bengal, Pin code-712405, India Author's E-mail: sinhasangramvm@gmail.com Abstract The Rhizosphere is the small zone surrounding plants' root surface is now considered as hot spot for microbial diversity and pivotal for plant-microbe interaction. The plant-microbe interaction is very vital for plant growth, productivity and stress tolerance. The present study attempted to explore the culturable microbial...
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